Finished: 09 PM Sun 29 Dec 13 UTC
Eurodead Zone
1 day /phase
Pot: 79 D - Autumn, 1915, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
15 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1903: Austria and Germany offering a draw and peace in Europe! Come on now guys, you know it makes sense.
15 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1904: Coincidentally Austria and Germany are the most screwed nations in the game right now.
15 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1904: Stiff upper lip, gents.
15 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1904: (lips)
16 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1904: Ok I have tried this the diplomatic way but you just wouldn't listen would you. I have calmly and with great dignity asked you all to consider a draw but no! Now you are forcing me to plead...................I know that deep down in your hearts you don't want this to happen as it will make you feel uncomfortable, so do your selves a big favour and get rid of that uncomfortable feeling by voting for a draw,
16 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1904: Damn, he managed to bounce me from Denmark :/
17 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: Come come now England! A little honesty please. Tell the other the truth! You asked me to keep you out for reasons best known to yourself. Clearly you have subtle plans in place to shaft one of your allies
17 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: Wait what?
18 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: I have nicely taken over Russia now :) waaaay too much text for me to read through so consider all negotiations start a new with me if anyone wishes to work together ;)
18 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: Turkey is on a rampage. They've taken all of the balkans. If we don't stop them soon they will win.
18 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: Oh poor little Austria is the nasty Turkish man bullying you?
18 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: Not as much as France is to you.
18 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: Never mind that! I think it must be obvious to everyone by now that a draw is the sensible option, so come on, lets have you all voting for the draw now so nobody wastes any more time.
18 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1904: Lol France is not going to agree to something like that.
19 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Negative bloody Austrians! France, England, it is time to stop this pointless slaughter of me and embrace the idea of a draw. Just imagine it.....peace in our time!
20 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Being dead gives one such a clear perspective on life! All those things that one had only vague opinions on are suddenly brought in to stark relief. When fully encumbered by a mortal coil I bore only nebulous and unfocused ill will toward the English and French....BUT NOW........I am able to achieve a level of unfettered loathing previously unthinkable. I hope the English choke on their filthy tea and that the French all die of syphilis caught from the invading Russian hordes. Goodbye cruel world
20 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Hello I'm a silly boy who loves computer games and spends all my time on here being unproductive. Are you all the same?
20 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Sent by my wife and daughter who clearly do not understand how serious a business keeping Europe safe actually is!
21 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Good thing you were defeated then because you did an awful job of keeping your own country safe let alone all of Europe.
21 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Well this is useless now that Italy quit. France is the winner...yay.
21 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Ah French bitchiness! How refreshingly predictable
21 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1905: Thanks, also I am moving with England, so basically its the West that is winning this game.
21 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1905: That offer of an honourable draw is still open guys. This may be your last chance to accept it before more pointless carnage.
21 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1905: Will you just stop?
21 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1905: Very soon I will be robbed of life and my words will be silenced.
22 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1905: At least Germany has the dignity to continue playing and not just give up at the first sign of danger like Ravioli did in Italy...
22 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1905: Yeah, I commend you for that.
22 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1905: Your kindness to a fatally wounded foe is greatly appreciated
24 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1905: Your welcome, you fought well against overwhelming odds.
27 Nov 13 UTC Spring, 1907: Goodbye cruel world. Good luck to those of you still fighting the good fight
30 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: Hey, all: I think France will probably eventually win. But once Russia's out, I'm happy to just call a draw.
30 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: Cruel.... haha
30 Nov 13 UTC Autumn, 1907: Heh. No offense. ;-) Seems like you are a little bit on death's door.
08 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: Omg, what a fail. Do what you gotta do, but I say draw :)
08 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: Um, wow really? You stab me, then miss a phase then offer a draw?
08 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: Heh. Sadly, England, you've only made the game more interesting. Now that we're a bit more balanced. :-)
11 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1910: (Can we please hit those "ready" buttons when we're ready? ;-) )
11 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1911: Lets just draw the game :)

Good luck next time.
12 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1911: Alright, well fought by everyone.
12 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1911: How does a draw work? It just splits the points evenly between us?
12 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1911: I think so, yes.
12 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1911: Doesn't seem like a very good deal for anyone but France. I'm surprised you're into the idea, England!
12 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1911: Well - I did eff him over - I will take the draw, I don't mind :)
12 Dec 13 UTC Spring, 1911: Effin' people over is the game! I'm in a somewhat good position for the first time all game. I'm stickin' around a few more turns. At least, I'm not comfortable drawing with the same number of supply centers as France, when we're in *very* different strategic situations...
17 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1912: Hey, France, why are you the one who never hits the "ready" button when you're locked in? Indecisive until the end?
24 Dec 13 UTC Autumn, 1914: 17 on 17!
28 Dec 13 UTC And you lost...
28 Dec 13 UTC So did you!
28 Dec 13 UTC I came home, not really playing :)
28 Dec 13 UTC Happy to draw. Or if you just want to quickly take Munich back or something -- you're the winner of this game.

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England
SluX (324 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 40 D
17 supply-centers, 16 units
Turkey
chasing (177 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 40 D
17 supply-centers, 16 units
Austria
Lemons (582 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
France
sandyshu47 (512 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Russia
conornb (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 9 D
Germany
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Italy
Ravioli (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
Ravioli (0 D X)Italy (Autumn, 1905) with 2 centres.
misreckoning (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1904) with 4 centres.
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