Finished: 12 AM Wed 05 Dec 12 UTC
Featured A Beautiful Pot
2 days /phase
Pot: 1001 D - Spring, 1913, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
28 Oct 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: You will never conquer Corsica! Le haw haw haw!
28 Oct 12 UTC Autumn, 1906: oshit corsica is conquered

Good luck conquering the French Republic of Sardinia! Ha!
29 Oct 12 UTC Spring, 1907: We're doing our best to clean the French out of Sardinia, but our fleets can find neither hide nor hair of them...
29 Oct 12 UTC Spring, 1907: In a statement today, the Italian Prime Minister blamed the inability of the Italian Navy to find the French Republic of Sardinia on faulty coding. "How are we supposed to find them when they're not coloured in?"
29 Oct 12 UTC Spring, 1907: What happens if the three sea areas around it are all occupied by, say, England? Does it turn pink then?
29 Oct 12 UTC Spring, 1907: Well if there is brown around wouldn't it be beige? :o
30 Oct 12 UTC Spring, 1907: The chance of there being even one brown fleet in the Med region is exactly zero. lol
30 Oct 12 UTC Spring, 1907: You do know you're pink, right?? ;-)
03 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: Austria, I owe you a public explanation. I was willing to leave you alone while you attacked Russia and Turkey, as you requested, but when Italy supported you and you didn't cover Trieste last turn, I suspected a clever ruse. I see that Italy has now moved into Trieste, but at the time I believed that you were just buying time and hoping for a build or two, so I acted preemptively by taking Venice and Galicia.
03 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: That makes it all better, thanks.
03 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: Awww!
03 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: The in-fighting in the AI alliance is amusing the english.
When we do it we do it properly, off with his head!
03 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: Ummm, you're not talking about how you do your allies, are you, England? Are you? Huh? Huh?? ;-)
04 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: Freudian slip?
04 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: Huh? Huh?? Huh???????
04 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: ;-)
04 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: If we were going to attack you, you would know about it!
04 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: Ummm, who is "We" exactly?????? You are sounding all scary-like. ;-)
04 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: Ummm, who is "We" exactly?????? You are sounding all scary-like. ;-)
04 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1907: He's the Queen...
04 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1908: lol
05 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1908: I wonder if the Austrians plan all along was to let italy walk into his lands!
He seems content litting him sit with them!
05 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1908: I dunno, but it worries me.
06 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Not sure what you think my choices unchosen have been?
06 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Ummm, translation??
06 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Letting as opposed to getting rolled.
06 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1908: So you're saying that rolling over is preferable to getting rolled??
06 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1908: Heh, not exactly. The Brit questioned my "intent" -- and I wondered how he gleaned my intent from a series of fairly inevitable actions.
06 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1908: Well, to me it looked like you were purposely leaving yourself open to Italy, so I suspected a close cooperation with conflict just on the surface, and I guess England thought you were giving up to Italy. An enigma inside a puzzle, or however that saying goes!~
07 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1908: Your continued support of the Italian just perplexes me.
08 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1909: this is good, if u support sev to rum , gal to bud and mars to pie, its over for them
:D
08 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1909: or ill support ukraine to rum and shuffle in from moscow?
09 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1909: Etslay alktay inay ivatepray. ;-)
09 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1909: Hmmm stupid phones lie to you !!
13 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Wow !
Italy and Austria you are so screwed ! I am not gonna hide that I quite delighted about that ;-)
The only remaining question is: will it be a 2 way-draw or a solo win between Eng and Ger ?
13 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1909: Yep.....we didn't get to the stalemate line soon enough....although that was a very near miss. Now its a scramble.
28 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1912: For Public Broadcast--Recent British and German builds are "just for giggles."
29 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: I'm unsure how you didn't see this coming, England.
29 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Relax... I was worried about a series of English events and messages ranging from building an army and planning a convoy to pulling his fleets back toward me to accidentally moving into Norway to pestering me about Warsaw/Rumania to... I forget what. So I thought it would behoove me to move into a position where I could prevent him from gaining 18 centers, if he decided he wanted to.
29 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Oooh, except I asked him not to retreat to Greece. Now what???
29 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Who knows???
29 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: You can't ask someone to not retreat somewhere, when they have already his ready and the other person hits ready as well so the time runs out when they are asleep.
29 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Is that what happened then?
01 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Austria, why did you move Constantinople to Bulgaria???
01 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: Very good game Germany, well done
you deserve the victory !
01 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Italian star may be waning, but never fear... It shall rise again!

FOR SYRIA! *runs away*
02 Dec 12 UTC Farewell Italy, and I'll watch for you in dark corners of the world. :-)
02 Dec 12 UTC England, this was the best two-player setup ever. If I hadn't promised Austria a piece of the draw in return for his help, we could reasonably have split two ways, but let's honor that commitment--because he honored his.
02 Dec 12 UTC It was indeed very well done, especially the issues I had to ensure early on from the frenchmen!
03 Dec 12 UTC Well played gentlemen and thanks for your honor.

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Germany
Mujus (1495 D (B))
Drawn. Bet: 143 D, won: 334 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
England
Jredwood (2159 D)
Drawn. Bet: 143 D, won: 334 D
15 supply-centers, 15 units
Austria
Creigh (2728 D (G))
Drawn. Bet: 143 D, won: 334 D
2 supply-centers, 2 units
France
Defeated. Bet: 143 D
Italy
TBroadley (125 D)
Defeated. Bet: 143 D
Turkey
SmartGuy (1943 D)
Defeated. Bet: 143 D
Russia
Defeated. Bet: 143 D
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