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Finished: 04 AM Fri 03 May 13 UTC
The Me in Team
1 day /phase
Pot: 68 D - Autumn, 1920, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Neonraddish (263 D)
22 Mar 13 UTC Spring, 1902: I am going to be unavailable from tonight until Saturday night, so after the orders from the phase resolve, I would appreciate it if we could pause.
26 Mar 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Sorry guys, I thought this was an open slot. I'll back out of the game if youd like.
26 Mar 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: I note everyone has hit pause except Austria.
Tell me what you like me to do....
26 Mar 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Play the game.
26 Mar 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: I'm happy to play on.
26 Mar 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Let me know guys, Either we all vote for a draw in a moment and you can recreate the game again. or we can play on. (I know of no way of withdrawing gracefully from a game without a NMR against my name)
29 Mar 13 UTC Spring, 1904: Hi Guys, When players have completed their orders please remember to hit ready, as this could signicantly reduce the time of each phase from the 24 hr cycle
11 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1908: Almost, same again next time but with Brest supporting move to Gascony from Marseilles ?? Or is there a way to swap a fleet for an army in Spain, or I could attack you in Tuscany forcing you to retreat or disband, and then in the next bulid you coul d possibly build at Brest.
11 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1908: OOOps, sorry France.......
14 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: I want to give a gift to the great valor of Italy: draw!!!!
14 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: I want to give a gift to the great valor of Italy: draw!!!!
14 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: Nice thought, well played Italy and England,, but lets play on for a while.
15 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: I can't say that I were unfavorable towards a draw. But as my overlord wishes, so it shall happen ;-)
15 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: Let me gain Greece and see if there is any progress in two years. Perhaps we can speed up the game and get two or three phases per day, instead of one per day at the mo. The Munich region is still potentially very unstable.
15 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: Repeat I think the draw is the right reward for Italy's and France's bravery... If Turkey doesn't want draw we must all force him to accept it...!!!
I'll mantain the draw option on...
15 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: You were silent about the draw option when you had the chance of winning. Its a very convenient (but laudable) argument.

However, I don't know who has been keeping the game going on a 24 hour per phase basis. That is just time wasting, and should be ended. Lets try to speed it up.
15 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: I was silent because you offered me a 2 way draw in exchange of stabbing France then you allied with France to win you the game...
15 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1909: I never offered a tow way tie. The exchanges in full was as follows:

Turkey;Spring, 1904: I'm happy with a three way tie, once we get rid of Italy and Germany and Russia. What is your intent re France.
England:~Thu 4 Apr Spring, 1906: I hope we can split the map now...:)
Turkey Thu 4 Apr Spring, 1906: I think so, but I nothing more than a three way tie. The map is dividing on a NE-SW line, with the question being whether France will fall to England before I can get rid of Italy and Russia
16 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1910: I'm a stubborn B""". Slowing the game down just makes me more determined than ever to continue. Speed the game up and I'll think about a draw in 2 years.
16 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1910: Thank you.
16 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1910: I'm the fastest in this game...;)
16 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1910: I'll have my moves done in 30 mins
17 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: Well played England. !! Lets get 3-4 quick turns in and see if its the region is still unstable or if a stalemate line has been reached.
19 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1912: I repeat my offer of draw...
19 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1912: not yet thank you, in spite of my crossed orders there !!....
26 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1917: Can we finish this comedy? Turkey please conquer the 17th and 18th thanks... We're only wasting time...
26 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1917: You can always leave him your scs for free if you don't want to continue. I'm perfectly fine if Turkey decides to take them from you and not from me.
29 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1918: Turkey I'm tired of you... I gived to you StP to finish this game now if you'll not take the 18th I'll write to the Administrators for metagaming asking a sanction for you...
29 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1918: Then why did you not indicate that you would leave StP free.

I have an alliance with France which I am not prepared to break. If you had won you would have eliminated him. I want to make sure he is at min better off than when you backstabbed him (7sc's). This last turn he now reached that point and got to eight.,

Give me Kiel and I'll call this marathon a day.
29 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1918: By the way being honourable with your alliances is not metagaming.
29 Apr 13 UTC Autumn, 1918: England, WTF? It's entirely our matter how we play this alliance. I have no idea who Turkey is, and AFAIK, I'm in no other game with him. So it's not metagaming of any sorts.
29 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1919: That comment about metagaming really annoyed me. I don't know France from Adam, and your comment has reinvigorated me to continue. Forget about Kiel, you don't have to give it to me, I'll take it in a couple of turns anyway !!.
30 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1920: Turkey you have 17 Sc and 4/5 SC in your hands and you cannot take them and win... how can a person out of the game trust in your words... There isn't alliance to continue this game...
30 Apr 13 UTC Spring, 1920: OK, taking kiel this turn, everyone hit save and ready. Thanks for partnering me France and well played England.

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Turkey
Neonraddish (263 D)
Won. Bet: 12 D, won: 36 D
18 supply-centers, 16 units
England
Ayreon (3398 D)
Survived. Bet: 8 D, won: 16 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
France
Wernazuma (589 D)
Survived. Bet: 8 D, won: 16 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Italy
datapolitical (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 8 D
Germany
sevenlees (123 D)
Defeated. Bet: 8 D
Austria
Ricgraz (100 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 8 D
Russia
NTGuardian (118 D)
Defeated. Bet: 8 D
Civil Disorders
WhiteHaven (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1903) with 6 centres.
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