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Finished: 10 AM Fri 23 May 14 UTC
Private Two Tats for a Tit?
1 day /phase
Pot: 149 D - Spring, 2011, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn

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14 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1994: The smell of blood and deception is already looming large. Good luck, everyone!
14 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1994: Does anyone else think that Croatia looks like a dog that is eating Bosnia?
14 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1994: who are smedley and babyseals?
14 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1994: I'd hold off on attacking him just yet. Wait to see how this plays out for a couple turns.
14 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1994: Smedley = Ryan
Babyseals = Joe
14 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1994: hahah who is the "him" you're holding off on attacking...you're so not international-secret-keeper caliber
14 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1994: Sorry. That message wasn't meant for the global window. Stupid interface.
15 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1994: At what point are you allowed to call the US for help?
15 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1994: No joke! Then again, when the United States gets involved in European wars, Germany usually doesn't fare too well. All the open SC's just disappeared super fast. This shit is about to get real. May the diplomacy begin--in earnest!
15 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1994: Well this is 1994, so I'm banking on massive a massive fleet appearing in the Atlantic when I get attacked.
16 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1994: I think right about now Clinton was avoiding doing anything whatsoever in Rwanda. Don't hold your breath for a rescue. Also, I think this is about the time Republicans took congress and locked down Clinton's foreign policy.
16 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1994: I feel like the beginning of a game of Diplomacy is like dating someone new. You know if things are to progress, you will have to kiss them. However, you aren't quite sure what the other person is thinking. Yep, I think war is just like that. The first stab is always the most difficult.
17 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1995: If you love someone, destroy them.
18 Mar 14 UTC Spring, 1995: Hey, all. Before everyone freaks out about the fact that I took Spain over using my other account. I DO NOT actually plan on playing Spain. More than anything, I just wanted to see if it was possible to take over another player's game that is already in progress. It turns out it is. Now, this does raise an interesting question. Joe has two builds that he never took advantage of. Because not everyone has the same opportunity to take advantage of the free territories left by Joe, I propose that we at least build the units he was supposed to build last turn. This would serve the purpose of forcing countries like France, Britain, and Italy to coordinate in order to make gains in Spain. This game is diplomacy after all. At any rate, I am only floating the idea. What say you all?
18 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: I agree that it should be made at least a little difficult to take over spain. Or we offer someone else in the department to take it over who may want to play, but knowing they are at a disadvantage.
18 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: Seems fair to me!
18 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: GameMaster: R Danger D was banned: multi. The time until the next phase has been extended by one phase length to give an opportunity to replace the player.
Remember to finalize your orders if you don't want to wait, so the game isn't held up unnecessarily!
18 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: I agree with Morgan. I say we put a moratorium on taking over Spain and we find someone from the Department to take over Spain. They will start with five units, so the disadvantage will be minimal.
18 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: Yeah, let's be real here folks. Why in the world would Jim give up a perfect opportunity to grow at a faster, easier pace than all of us?
18 Mar 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: Because Jim isn't a horrible person like the leader of Italy is.