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Finished: 10 AM Wed 13 Feb 13 UTC
Just Havin' Fun IV
1 day /phase
Pot: 230 D - Autumn, 2019, Finished
World Diplomacy IX, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Pucc (529 D)
11 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2000: [Near-East]:Cheers.
16 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 2002: [Near-East]:Just wanted to say: I sat in someone's piss on the train on the way home on Wednesday. I've been worried about it for years, and finally it happened. Sitting in piss is more romantic on the screen. The real thing sucks.
16 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 2002: [Ghana]:Way to go
I'm so proud...
18 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Western-Canada]:I'd suggest actually redying up next time rather than just saving :D
18 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:I'm going to sit on a sledge next time.
18 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Oz]:Haha, man
18 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:Not funny. Trust me on this one.
21 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2003: GameMaster: TheBumblebee was banned: multi. The time until the next phase has been extended by one phase length to give an opportunity to replace the player.
Remember to finalize your orders if you don't want to wait, so the game isn't held up unnecessarily!
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Pacific-Russia]:Merry Christmas everyone!
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Ghana]:And a Happy New Year!
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Frozen-Antarctica]:A very Merry Christmas to all!
Let's have fun in here!
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Near-East]:Indeed, happy christmas. A nice brisk day here in Japan. Hope all is safe where you are.
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Oz]:For once we got a very snowy Christmas here in central Sweden :)
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Near-East]:Central Sweden? My wife and I were in southern Sweden last year. Not enough snow for sure, but wonderful forests.
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Oz]:Well, Stockholm!

Yes, I like the forests in the south of Sweden as well, but in the north they're magic (and scary).

Guesswork: are you German? :)
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Ghana]:Pause for Xmas?
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Western-Canada]:I'd say no, but if 9 says yes then go for it IMO.
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Near-East]:OZ: I'm actually Swedish-born, but Canadian. I returned after ten years away, which was a short stint after another ten years away. There are a load of Germans in the Swedish forests, all searching for the mythical elk!
25 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Near-East]:Yes, the northern forests are amazing. I spent some time hiking and camping in Lapland when I was ten. Amazing. Truly.
26 Dec 12 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Oz]:Sounds great! Where in Canada do you live? Always wanted to go to BC.
26 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 2005: [Near-East]:Oh I live in busy, smoggy, angry Tokyo now. But I lived near Toronto. If you visit, I heartily recommend the East or West, capitalised because of their beauty. Rugged in the west coast, massaged and varied locals in the east coast, there is a lot of pretty to see - if you like nature. If you're keen on cities, Halifax, Montreal, St. John's, and any other large eastern city is highly recommended. In the West and middle, Canada is new and extremely influenced by the USA. Vancouver, while beautiful, has the spiritual weight of 21 Jump Street. Ditto Calgary, Edmonton, and even Toronto. They're good for shopping, or if you've a hankering for multicultural metropolises (though if you are from Stockholm, probably not), sort of North America's Meccas. Toronto is the capital this side of London for cultural mosaics.
26 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 2005: [Western-Canada]:Care to TL;DR? :)
26 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 2005: [Oz]:Sounds good! I know a couple of people who lived/lives in Toronto but they like it a lot!
05 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2007: [Near-East]:It's a fine city of course but Montreal is so much nicer.
06 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2007: [Ghana]:More culture in Montréal
06 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2007: [Near-East]:More centralised culture for sure. Toronto is more broken up, lacks a centre.
17 Jan 13 UTC Spring, 2011: [China]:Seems to me its time for a discussion about how this one will end. 44 is unlikely given that we have 2 strong powers and 2 more to play balancer..... I have my DRAW vote in.
17 Jan 13 UTC Spring, 2011: [Near-East]:Ill vote as well though I feel my position has less bargaining power.
17 Jan 13 UTC Spring, 2011: [Kenya]:A six way draw from this position is just not gonna happen.
We're gonna need to eliminate at least a few more players.
17 Jan 13 UTC Spring, 2011: [China]:Point is, if you don't let those players know you intend to keep them around in public or private, they have every incentive to ally with everyone else against the person that refuses the draw.
18 Jan 13 UTC Spring, 2011: [Russia]:Well, it is 36 to 50. It just depends on how long the 36 can hold out against the 50, and when the 50 feel it is no longer worth it to keep fighting.
18 Jan 13 UTC Spring, 2011: [China]:Not really......depends on the disposition of the 20+s.......if one of them offered to draw with the rest if the other 20-something went down....well, there are lots of possibilities.
18 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2011: [Russia]:True, I was only thinking in terms of Kenya and Argentina sticking together against the rest.
19 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2011: [Near-East]:Not sure I'm still in the game to be honest. OZ are in dire straits. China are propping me up to take me over - or they have already. If Kenya and Argentina want a win, they'll make it happen.
19 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2011: [China]:Still propping....
19 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2011: [Near-East]:Still canting...
21 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2012: [Oz]:Well played, Argentina and Kenya, blurgh
23 Jan 13 UTC Spring, 2013: [Near-East]:Agreed. Well done.
25 Jan 13 UTC Autumn, 2013: [Argentina]:Thanks guys, well played to you too. Now for the long battle to the finish line...
03 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 2016: [Near-East]:I'm still alive?
03 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 2016: [Kenya]:Apparently.
05 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 2016: [Near-East]:That's pretty rad.
06 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 2016: [Kenya]:Sorry to disappoint but I think you're gone now.
07 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 2017: [Near-East]:I spoke too soon.
10 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 2018: [China]:Did I mention how mind-numbingly boring this is?
10 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 2018: [Russia]:And I thought we were just having fun!
10 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 2018: [Argentina]:Well everyone else wanted this finished, guess Kenya wants more fun...
10 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 2018: [Kenya]:I love fun.
11 Feb 13 UTC [Russia]:Not sure if I'll be around soon, but good game all.
12 Feb 13 UTC [China]:Well played Pucc.

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Argentina
Pucc (529 D)
Won. Bet: 13 D, won: 121 D
46 supply-centers, 40 units
Kenya
rosaville (1415 D)
Survived. Bet: 13 D, won: 85 D
31 supply-centers, 29 units
China
Creigh (2732 D (G))
Survived. Bet: 13 D, won: 22 D
8 supply-centers, 11 units
Russia
Jefe (100 D (S))
Survived. Bet: 13 D, won: 3 D
1 supply-centers, 2 units
Brazil
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Europe
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Frozen-Antarctica
ColtNavy51 (370 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Ghana
tedwmoeller (620 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
India
Defeated. Bet: 9 D
Libya
Z3r0 (1197 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Near-East
shigzeo (1080 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Pacific-Russia
YanksFan47 (155 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Quebec
diger (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
South-Africa
Utom (944 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
USA
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Western-Canada
Ramsu (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Oz
swann (614 D)
Defeated. Bet: 13 D
Civil Disorders
Tallinlen (100 D)India (Autumn, 2000) with 3 centres.
diger (100 D)Quebec (Autumn, 2003) with 1 centres.
Schneemensch (0 D X)Europe (Autumn, 2007) with 0 centres.
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