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Finished: 04 AM Sun 01 Nov 20 UTC
Classic, Public Messaging, Anonymous
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 210 D - Autumn, 1910, Finished
Classic, Public messaging only, Draw-Size Scoring, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
26 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1908: I suspect Turkey disagree
26 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1908: O Turkey
27 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1909: @Austria Time to join Italy, Russia, and I at the losers table. We’re served nothing but quinoa and water, Nickleback is blared 24/7, and your only TV options are Charles in Charge or the 1993 Cleveland Browns team video.
27 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1909: Getting crushed as Austria in my Sum of Squares, Normal Messaging, game. Italy and Austria are both tough to play. France, you just got double teamed in a hurry. Like Russia got triple teamed. The tactic seems to be, pile up the weakest player.
27 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Well I lost my temper and this is a game of controlling your emotions. So I'm deservedly eating my bland grain while I hum "This is how you remind me" to myself.
27 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Somebody's gonna keep stabbing until there's a solo winner. It'll be like the beginning of Dark Knight when all the bankrobbers kill each other
27 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Bus driver... What Bus Driver!?
27 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Lol exactly
27 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Not necessarily.
Three nations can keep each other in check.
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Austria, you are the thin red line :)
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Sorry about that, Austria. That was not cool of me. This next bit is not going to be any better
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: So So sorry @France, I don't think that is it too bad for you like this! @Turkey: I hope that you recognize my effort to help you gain the point. Thanks for choose me to work with in early time!
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: @Aus: You have received the right thing for you!
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: @Germany: I thought that you will go with France to deal with Britain. @Britain, you are lucky~
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: @Russia Thank you. At least I know I’m not the only one who thought that.

@Austria Time to join us. Have a seat and I’ll let you choose which album from Chad Kroeger’s canon we’ll listen to. C’mon stop crying it does grow on you. You wanna go with Silver Side Up? Or maybe you prefer his later work on Dark Horse?
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Play me the sad stuff
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: Loooook at this photograaaaaph
28 Oct 20 UTC Autumn, 1909: That song only makes me sad because it was when I realised that Nickleback actually weren't very good
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Tripartite draw soon?
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Pretty sure this is where Germany and England cut you out bud.
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Looking at it, we'd struggle
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: And honestly I wouldn't dare at this point. If I were to try and cut anyone out, I'd inevitable end up in a 1-on-1 against a bigger nation.

As the smallest of three my job is to advocate for peace!

So let it be known, if there is bloodshed between Turkey or Germany, I will whole heartedly defend the victim... at least until there is balance again. No one of the three should be allowed to get strong enough to beat the other two.
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: If that's the case (and I'm not sure how far you define bloodshed, so will assume tapping a country to cancel a support counts) then:

Turkey, I will support your fleet in Naples to Rome, if you support (or allow, your choice) my unit in Tyrolia into Trieste.
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: My aim is to play for a three way tie. I actively do not want to see the fall of any member of the final three. To that end I will act to curtail any aggressive action, but only to the point that balance is restored.

I'm being deliberately vague here on what constitutes taking it too far, since that will have to be a case by case judgement, in which a country is assessed as trying to take too much.

But for now at least... cooperating on who picks up the last of Austria's SCs is a good sign.
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: With Austria out of the picture I fully expect all three of us to vote draw and call it gg there.
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: A hahahahaha hahahahaha.......hahhahahahahhahahahahahhahahhhahhahahhahhahah
28 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Bro you have as many SCs as I had when Germany gave me the Old Yeller treatment. Ain’t nobody scared of you. If you’re going to ride vassal the whole game you keep your yap shut.
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: From this point forth, I agree with England in all things.
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Sounds good, how do you feel about the split of centres I suggested?
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: @Germany

"Turkey, I will support your fleet in Naples to Rome, if you support (or allow, your choice) my unit in Tyrolia into Trieste."

I will support you to Trieste and you support me to Rome.
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: @Germany

Trieste to Tyrolia locked in.
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: And Naples is heading to Rome.
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Naples to Rome supported
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Turkey: @Germany

Trieste to Tyrolia locked in.

I assume you mean Tyrolia to Trieste
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Err Tyrolia to Trieste.. (it's early in my timezone)
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Yes!
29 Oct 20 UTC Spring, 1910: Lets wrap this up, buddy.
30 Oct 20 UTC gg
30 Oct 20 UTC Just a matter of the rules: I assume we need to wait for the next build phase to complete before voting to draw to guarantee Austria is not included?
30 Oct 20 UTC Or does Austria already count as out at this point?
30 Oct 20 UTC Jon Lovitz voice: "I can't believe I lost to this guy."
30 Oct 20 UTC gg
30 Oct 20 UTC Unless you really want to stick your finger in France's eye, yes we will have to wait until after the build phase.

My draw vote is in, I leave it to you
30 Oct 20 UTC I should also say, I don't mind putting in my draw vote early given Austria were a stalwart ally throughout, and I feel a bit bad for stabbing them at the end.
30 Oct 20 UTC Excellent idea
30 Oct 20 UTC I was a terrible ally.
30 Oct 20 UTC I've never wanted to stick my finger in France's eye. My communications with them were always sincere, and I wished no aggression against them until such a time as they more or less quit playing.
30 Oct 20 UTC I don't know why (or even how!) they got so mad
30 Oct 20 UTC Fancy that, I don't know how the game works either. GG, sorry you didn't get anything out of it Austria!
30 Oct 20 UTC GG everyone

Start Backward Open large map Forward End

Germany
Brinbino (80 D)
Drawn. Bet: 30 D, won: 70 D
14 supply-centers, 13 units
Turkey
Ethbaal (125 D)
Drawn. Bet: 30 D, won: 70 D
12 supply-centers, 11 units
England
fildon (147 D)
Drawn. Bet: 30 D, won: 70 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Italy
What1881 (152 D)
Defeated. Bet: 30 D
France
Acesfull4488 (130 D)
Defeated. Bet: 30 D
Austria
BillDungeon (41 D)
Defeated. Bet: 30 D
Russia
minhtian (9 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Civil Disorders
jeanluccy (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1902) with 4 centres.
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