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Finished: 05 AM Tue 18 Aug 09 UTC
Private League C1 Spring 2009-04
1 day, 1 hours /phase
Pot: 35 D - Spring, 1914, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
17 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1906: North Africa has yet to be claimed... you could try there... haha
17 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1906: North Africa it is then.

Dear Austria,
So as not to violate any international waters treaties in the Tyrrhenian, would you please allow me passage through Tunis on my way to N. Africa. I promise I won't stay - not that it would do me a lick of good even if I did:) Thank you very much. Your friend, Maximus Decimus Aurelius.

PS. I hope you are enjoying the Sangiovese and the gondolas. Please tell DaVinci I said hello and hope to see him soon.
17 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1906: Dear Maximus,

No.

Love,
Austria.
17 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1906: Dear France. I fear our Hapsburgian friend has missed his last couple of AA meetings and I believe he is looking for some more wine since everything in Tuscany appears to be gone (hence no more green there - all the vineyards have been drained :*(

Just wanted to keep you informed in case you see anyone moving toward Provence.
17 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1906: Dear Italy,
I think I may be misreading our situation. Was Italy not a gift to me? When I took Venice, you promptly convoyed out to Tunis. When I took Rome, you promptly convoyed out to Syria. I hadn't expected you to move back to the Ionian. If you changed your mind, perhaps we can work something out.

-Austria.
17 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1906: ...i'll take North Africa if no one else wants it...
17 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1906: But Tuscany, little innocent little Tuscany?
18 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1906: England would welcome Italy to Wales, Clyde or Iceland if she promised to help throw out the invading Franks and Huns.
24 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1908: Ok, this looks really strange. The only green territories are in arid locations and Italy has a fleet up by Iceland.
24 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1908: As I heard it, the Italians were ousted by the red plague, found refuge in Turkey, and due to their exceptional maritime background, were hired to circumnavigate the globe. However, when they got to the Mid-Atlantic they almost died discovering that the earth was actually flat and Columbus was full of shit.
24 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1908: I knew Columbus was pulling a fast one. That inglorious basterd:)
24 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1908: This would have been a lot faster had the map worked like a Risk board.
24 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1908: Just a heads up:
I'll be on vacation this week from Monday-Thursday. I have no idea whether or not I'll have internet access. Would people be willing to pause for me until I get back? And if I do have internet access, I'll unpause immediately so we can keep going.
Thanks
24 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1908: I guess I can put my diabolical master comeback plan on pause.
24 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1908: In all honesty though, you should eliminate the Romans before drawing. Points in the tourney are a valuable commodity and the reality is that Italy really doesn't have much left in the tank to help one or the other in this game. There would be no hard feelings, just lots and lots of unconstrained tears and patheticly shameless sobbing. That's all.

That being said, I'm not a complete fool (regardless of what the Mrs. says), and I would be quite content if that is the wish of all remaining to indeed draw:P

@ TBE - hope you have a safe/enjoyable vacation.
25 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: I am actually going on vacation too, Tues to next Wednesday. I think I'll have connection, but am not completely sure.
25 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: is it me or are these turns moving really really fast all of a sudden?
25 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: No, something was up. I think we had 2 turns go in an incredibly short time.
25 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: Should we put in hold orders until the French return? Just curious, as I don't think it can pause w/o him.
25 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: that's really obnoxious. I go on vacation and the first thing that happens is the turns decide to go by really quickly. Well that is a shame. Let's hope it doesn't happen again.
And for the record, incase you didn't notice, I do have internet access.
26 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: What happened to the pause? I have internet access too, but only sparsely, not all the time.
26 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: I think everyone has to pause in the same turn or it will reset. One of us didn't pause in time (coughcoughcough), and created 2 ppl no moves entered.

Just draw.
27 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: are we still pausing?
28 Aug 09 UTC Autumn, 1908: I'm so confused...
either we're paused right now and somehow we don't now, or things decided to freeze. yay
30 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: What happened to the pause this time?
30 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: I'm not sure; I'm completely lost by now:)
30 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: ok, i think that were rolling fine now. but do we have a need to pause as of right now?
30 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: I would prefer a pause, I'm on vacation for a few more days, and would prefer to not worry about this, and don't plan on having much if any computer time the next couple days. I'm flying home on Wednesday, so I'll have essentially no computer time then.
30 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: ok that is fine... so France would you please pause for now?
30 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: of course
30 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: we need a monitor to look at this game. a few minutes ago it said we had 15 hours left and when i refreshed it said that the phrase was due now... i think its when the final vote for the pause came in although it doesnt show the pause coming up
30 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: ...i could be wrong too though
31 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: I'm assuming since it's been on "NOW" for like 5 hours that this is either:
A. The Pause
B. A mess up that doesn't require fixing
So yay
31 Aug 09 UTC Spring, 1909: oh wait. just checked my messages. This game has been paused. So we're good
03 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1909: hmm... so how do we vote to unpause? I thought it would unpause after it was paused and we all voted 'pause' again.
03 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1909: haha. As did I. I'll post in the forum
04 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1909: Oh, I thought we were just waiting to draw.
04 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1909: Wow, that was fast. I couldn't even remember what my orders were when we first paused:)
12 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1911: Germany, you cannot gain 6 centers. We are all unified against you. Will you drag this out or come to the same conclusion and end this game?
12 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1912: I also want to state publically, that if Germany attacks any French center, I will stop support holding, and work to push him out of any draw attempt, if the other players agree.
12 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1912: Agreed.
12 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1912: Agreed. My fleet will cause havoc throughout Europe.
12 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1912: LanGaidin would make a badass name for a ship...
12 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1912: As long as the English don't change it to the HMS LanGaidin.
16 Sep 09 UTC Spring, 1913: Great turn france
16 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1913: Draw?
16 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1913: I thought we agreed to a 4 way draw if Germany attacked France?
17 Sep 09 UTC Autumn, 1913: I was hoping we could end it sooner, but if we have to kill him first, so be it.
19 Sep 09 UTC I'm just saying, that as an Italian up here in the Barents......it's frickin' cold here....brrrr.....
19 Sep 09 UTC Good game everyone.

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Germany
zscheck (2531 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
11 supply-centers, 11 units
Austria
ag7433 (1987 D (S))
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
France
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Turkey
Bugger (3639 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
Italy
LanGaidin (1509 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
England
RiffArt (1299 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Russia
obiwanobiwan (248 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
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