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Finished: 07 PM Sat 02 Mar 13 UTC
Private LasaSexta
1 day /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1911, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Angsrom (264 D)
08 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1901: I didn't say move to apu....
14 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: WHY IS EVERYONE ATTACKING ME

no srsly italy has done literally nothing but attack me
14 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: true...
14 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: we hate Austria and Hungary
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: You guys are all mean.
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: And Allan. Allan is mean...
btw that reminds me:
"ALLAN
ALLAN
ALLAN
ALLAN
ALLANALLAN
ALLAN
ALLAN
ALLAN
Wait, you're nawt Allan. STEVE STEVE STEVE"
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Remind me again who FIRST violated our alliance by taking Belgium?

I don't break my word unless someone else does.
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: thats not a smart way to play
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: remember that game where we "Juggernauted" forrest?
http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=107831#gamePanel
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: I know you think this game is based on scheming and that being faithful is 'not a smart way to play', but I think most of this game is not being scheming, but being trustworthy. I won LASADiplo by having a good, honest, faithful relationship with Austria.
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Actually, in gunboat games, attacking on all fronts is usually the path to success, since you can't tell what the others are thinking. It works most of the time.
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Until someone stabs you, at which point the whole point of the game is vengeance. I play a longer game than just one.
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Yeah but I don't play gunboat much.
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: You live on the edge of time and you miss a millisecond or two, Forrest...
16 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1905: you are right about keeping your alliances, but if some one attacks you and you attack back, you have attacked too late. Forrest is wrong about gunboats. You have to trust the people that are fighting the common enemy and hope that they trust you.
22 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1907: I apologize for my declaration of war upon Russia. He violated a neutrality agreement we had just obtained on the North Sea and I was forced to believe he was acting aggressively.
24 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: You were not forced in to any action, and I explained to you why I had made that move. Accept that you are at fault here, not me.
24 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: Here I quote to my innocence "My bad, it was supposed to help me take out what was left of England, but it turned out not to be needed. I am moving it back to Denmark the next chance I get" (from my chat with France). After explaining this, France promptly took two of my territories and was the first to break our Alliance.
24 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: You "explained" it, but words are cheap when you've already violated an agreement and endangered my security.
24 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: Yet you were the first to violate our agreement
28 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1910: Well, I see this game is officially going no-ware.
28 Feb 13 UTC Spring, 1910: Draw anyone?
28 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: yes
28 Feb 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: I don't know. France is getting really close, and things aren't stagnant yet.

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France
Angsrom (264 D)
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 41 D
21 supply-centers, 17 units
Russia
Chrisstev13 (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 19 D
8 supply-centers, 9 units
Turkey
jitz (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 12 D
5 supply-centers, 7 units
Austria
Relee96 (0 D X)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Italy
jupiter (135 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
England
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Germany
isilaski1 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) (100 D)England (Autumn, 1906) with 0 centres.
isilaski1 (100 D)Germany (Spring, 1902) with 3 centres.
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