Finished: 03 PM Wed 29 Jan 14 UTC
Zwanzig Zentimeter-2
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 40 D - Autumn, 1915, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by TheRavenKing (673 D)
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: London is restored to its former glory.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: What... Who needs sleep?
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: To the thunderous applause of the Austrians.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Haha, nice job trying to goad me, buddy. But I'm getting the win, and I'm pretty sure Italy and Russia will help me do so, as I would be glad to do if the situation was reversed.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Good night Turkey. You were a valiant foe.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Well then you do not play in the spirit of the game. In real war, there are no friends.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: What a strange lot you three are.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Which three? RIA?
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Haven't you ever seen an alliance between three nations?
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1910: Yes.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Tell that to Churchill, FDR, and Du Galle.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: This isn't an alliance. An alliance is between equals. This is a boss and two lackeys.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: You add the French and not the Russians? You must be American.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Two QUISLINGS for that matter.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: Helping an ally solo is not in the spirit of imperialism.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: BTW, FDR despised DeGaulle.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: And any sensible person despised FDR.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: So do I, but you can bet I'd work with him in WWII if I was FDR.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: France, I'm calling bullshit. You don't consider someone "American" just because of a stupid reason like that.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1911: FDR was the Stalin of America.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: OK, I'll have to leave very soon. Once again, sorry about that. I wish I didn't have to.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: Well, I would have included Stalin except for the fact that USA, Britain, and France went to war with him only a couple decades later.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1911: lol
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1913: Hey New England here
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1913: Hey England
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1913: Help.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1913: Whatever you do don't allie with France!
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1913: France started out attacking you! ;-)
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1913: Italy could end this in a draw for you but he doesn't want to, he wants Austria to win. He's openly said so. It's bizarre.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1913: Lies!
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1913: This has been a very interesting game, New England. France is a little angry with me. It might be because my ally is helping me win while his ally ran away.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: Someone needs a popsicle to hold in the feelings....
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: In all fairness, if I was abandoned by my war ally I'd feel pretty sad too. Good thing I've got you around, Italy.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: I am not angry. I am bemused by Austria's hubris, and how ineffectual he has been despite the various runaways.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: Thanks Austria! You never know... I may just find a way to solo this game :o
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: Hello France.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: Yes, I suppose the first word I think of when it comes to this game is "ineffectual". Anyway, I'd love to see that, Italy.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: Just don't eat my centers to do it, please.
28 Jan 14 UTC Autumn, 1913: Wasn't planning on it!
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1914: Italy's units are all doing absolutely nothing.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1914: France what's your deal?
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1914: You know what my deal is.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1914: It's your time of the month?
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1914: Sorry that was rude.
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1915: well played austria
28 Jan 14 UTC Spring, 1915: Thank you sir. Your effort was admirable, but you should have realized that I was not to be messed with. I look forward to a rematch someday.
28 Jan 14 UTC You can't even be gracious in victory.
28 Jan 14 UTC France is right. I'm sorry about that, I was out of place. Russia, you fought well, and played a good game. I look forward to the next time we meet.
28 Jan 14 UTC GREAT GAME
28 Jan 14 UTC Indeed it was. Gentlemen, it was a pleasure.

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Austria
TheRavenKing (673 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 22 D
18 supply-centers, 16 units
England
Bohonk (2060 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 8 D
6 supply-centers, 5 units
Italy
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 8 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
Russia
Kraeklyn (318 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 4 D
3 supply-centers, 6 units
France
Putin33 (111 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D, won: 2 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
Germany
magizan (128 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Turkey
Boldvaman (1176 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Civil Disorders
magizan (128 D)Germany (Autumn, 1911) with 0 centres.
Jowe (956 D)England (Autumn, 1912) with 4 centres.
Boldvaman (1176 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1907) with 1 centres.
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