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Finished: 09 PM Sun 26 Oct 08 UTC
Death of a Diplomat
1 day /phase
Pot: 245 D - Autumn, 1908, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by rratclif (0 D X)
22 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1902: Death of a German Diplomat we hope.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: What the hell is this? We're all in deadlock with our units. Xs everywhere on the map.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: boom boom boom! im being rushed :/
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Take all the time you need. Just do it quickly.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Why the Turkish X?
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: i meaned rushed by enemies XP
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Austria, I'm starting to hate you.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Can't we all just get along?
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Hardly.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: What is an "enemy XP"?
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: OK then, can't we just agree to disagree while we reach for something really sharp and heavy and thrust it deep into their hearts?
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: look at XP sideways. It resembles a face.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Can't you just feel the love?
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: I can't turn my computer sideways. I am so confused.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: it looks like a smiley with X eyes and sticking out its tongue.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: On the other hand, maybe the Frog looks like a smelly face with his eyes rolling over in his head puking pea soup. Oh wait, that's the movie version of the French player.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Uh what?
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: No. A Wadt and that's a unit of energy named after James.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: I give up on trying to understand this.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: I give up trying to undersit it.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: I see the merits of Splendid Isolation now.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Why would you want to be isolated with a sugar substitute? You know spenda iceolation?
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: I think you're funny, at least. Of a sort.
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: You mean funny, ha ha or funny, I'm calling your probabation officer?
24 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: It varies.
24 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1903: Oh man. This game is starting to disturb me. All of you are weird.
24 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1903: So I just realized what's happening: We're all talking in different languages, and the in-game translator is making it look like gibberish to each other.

Either that or I don't understand your humor.
24 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1903: Hmm. At least someone here thinks like a normal human being.
25 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1903: I think Turkey was really disturbed long before the game.
26 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1903: Oh my. What's with the sudden coldness in that statement?
26 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1903: It disturbs me that you find humor disturbing? Might it be your meds or you attittude? Or maybe it's that terribleshrinking feeling as your centers disappear?
27 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: Turkey, the game shall be pooer for your leaving so soon. The level of your commentary will be hard to replace.
27 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: I intend to stay alive as long as possible. I agree with you completely that my level of my commentary will be hard to replace.
28 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: well im screwed ;/ CD ftw. have fun you germs
28 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: Am I the only one who hasn't said anything in the global press box yet? Sorry to be so silent, guys.
28 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: Seriously? You're losing so you're going into CD??
28 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: I can't believe that. He doesn't even have it too bad, really.

I wish I knew what "ftw" meant.
28 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: "for the win" like it's a good thing.
28 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: Lame. Is a premature French surrender so surprising, after all?
28 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1904: let's just have fun and watch germs invade the city of lights, watch them go pop as the touch it
28 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1904: We're not germs, we paramcia. And if you've ever owned a paramecia, you know how they can multiply.
29 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1904: I think they prefer Boche, Hun, Kraut, or Nazi.
29 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1904: How about just the really handsome bllue-eyed brown guys?
29 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1904: Allas, poor Turkey, we knew him well.
31 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1905: Totally.
03 Nov 08 UTC Spring, 1906: Germany:
"Spring 1902: You really don'tget it, do you. That's the best reason I can think of to kill you off. You're incompetent and untrustwrothy. Good luck. Die quickly."

To the rest of the people here, watch your backs against a lying, spiteful Germ. Ciao~ enjoy the rest of your game.
04 Nov 08 UTC Autumn, 1906: A moment of silence to remember the now departed former ruler of France...........Go in peace.
04 Nov 08 UTC Autumn, 1906: So geht das Drang nach Westen.
04 Nov 08 UTC Autumn, 1906: I guess France eventually proved my initial point though I did tell him how impressed I was at how well he held out against long odds. Of course, that admiration disappeared as he showed what a wining loser he is. Doesn't anyone do this for fun, win or lose? There is something nice about knowing you are going to die and going out with a splash. Or maybe I'm just too old to be bitter.
07 Nov 08 UTC Autumn, 1907: God is good. Picardy will always be French!

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Russia
rratclif (0 D X)
Won. Bet: 35 D, won: 1103 D
18 supply-centers, 17 units
Germany
BESM (18622 D)
Survived. Bet: 35 D, won: 980 D
16 supply-centers, 14 units
Italy
Dkyrios (353 D)
Survived. Bet: 35 D, won: 0 D
0 supply-centers, 2 units
England
Invictus (240 D)
Survived. Bet: 35 D, won: 0 D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Austria
Phallosopher (192 D)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
France
jhsu (137 D)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
Turkey
Anshikuu (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 35 D
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