Finished: 02 AM Fri 02 May 14 UTC
The Ides of March-3
1 day /phase
Pot: 549 D - Autumn, 2008, Finished
World Diplomacy IX, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [China]:What a hard fought game this has been for some.A well deserved draw!
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:I agree. If it were up to me, I'd draw the game now. :p
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Frozen-Antarctica]:I don't see a draw. We have played for to long. Now it is to the end.
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Europe]:well, the game mechanics say that all players must agree to draw. antarctica clearly disagrees so I guess we are playing : )
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Western-Canada]:I have a draw vote in......so if it goes, it goes. I don't mind playing it though.
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Europe]:...and of course - GO CHINA!
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:We could always form a draw coalition. Everyone fights Frozen Antarctica until he submits. ;)
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Europe]:right now it rather seems like the coalition of anti-draw is ruling in the indian ocean : D
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:I've never understood why Frozen-Antarctica exists in the first place. How could you build a country down there?
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [USA]:With ~magic~. And frostbite. Lots of frostbite.
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:Water wouldn't be a problem. They'd have to grow plants indoor by lamplight and herd livestock inside as well. What's really stupid is the fact that the south pole is a supply center. I mean, what the fuck kind of supplies are down there?
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Ghana]:Ice...
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:I never would have guessed.
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Russia]:they need the north pole for santa clause
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:The north pole is just slush. We could just send icebreakers through the Arctic Circle and make that a supply center.
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Russia]:but what about santa
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [South-Africa]:Don't hurt Santa
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Russia]:Santa doesnt have a sup center. it isnt fair
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:Actually, I recall Santa's true place of residence being in the Finnish Lapland, so he has Scandinavia as a supply center. His real name is also "Joulupukki."
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:So Europe now controls Santa's home
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:He'll keep Santa safe
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Russia]:im glad santa is safe, but what about the easter bunny and tooth fairy
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Near-East]:They don't exist.
11 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Russia]:since when. how dare you
13 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 2003: [China]:Now I have my hands on kirea"s missiles don't force me to use them ,
India and P Russia this is your last chance to surrender!
13 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 2003: [Near-East]:Do as the man says. The world can't handle another nuclear war.
13 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 2003: [China]:One false move and I press the button. Although my Korean is not very good and I am not really sure which is the right one!
13 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 2003: [Near-East]:The red one. It's always the red button.
13 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 2003: [Near-East]:Unless you're color blind, in which case it could be the brown button.
14 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Near-East]:Never understood why Godthab is a supply center. Makes about as much sense as the south pole being a supply center.
14 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Europe]:Read the description of this variant - the SCs are not a reflection of strategic points in terms of real world, but rather are chosen to make the game more playable. If you chose your SCs based on population, economics power or whatever then most of the southern hemisphere would be just empty
14 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Near-East]:I see.
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: GameMaster: Automatic Diplomacy was banned: multi/meta/no reply. 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!
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Europe]:"no reply"? : D
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Europe]:I try as hard as I can, but people around me just keep leaving me! : <
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [China]:I too must go farewell
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Pacific-Russia]:Europe, Can we cooperate on taming the Near East?
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [India]:That's terrible
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [China]:You should have stuck with me now your doooooooomed!
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [China]:P Russia on your doorstep and Frozen s fleets like sharks to your south you betrayed the best friend you had boo hoo
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Pacific-Russia]:Who was my best friend?
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [China]:The message was meant for India .
15 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2003: [India]:Unfortunately I don't see any possible cooperatin between China and India on this map
China is stuck between P. Russia and India, both looking to expand
21 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2005: [Europe]:a really shitty time to miss a turn : (
26 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2007: [South-Africa]:Six way Draw.??
26 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2007: [South-Africa]:Well played by all, btw!
30 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 2008: [Europe]:Ok, polish spring break just started - I will do my best to sumbit my orders but I cannot promise anything. Not that my position is that important anyway. In case you guys reach a conclusion that we want to draw I'm just going to go ahead and vote for it.
30 Apr 14 UTC [Argentina]:fine for me too
good game everyone
30 Apr 14 UTC [Pacific-Russia]:I think that Antarctica is the lone hold-out for a draw. I'm sure that he will weigh-in soon.
01 May 14 UTC [Western-Canada]:Well played folks.

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South-Africa
sweetwatersam (4807 D)
Drawn. Bet: 29 D, won: 92 D
19 supply-centers, 19 units
Europe
yassem (2533 D)
Drawn. Bet: 29 D, won: 92 D
16 supply-centers, 16 units
Frozen-Antarctica
Blue Baboon (755 D)
Drawn. Bet: 29 D, won: 92 D
14 supply-centers, 14 units
Western-Canada
Creigh (2736 D (G))
Drawn. Bet: 29 D, won: 92 D
13 supply-centers, 13 units
Argentina
BartMarley (218 D)
Drawn. Bet: 29 D, won: 92 D
12 supply-centers, 11 units
Pacific-Russia
Norman Conquest (1218 D)
Drawn. Bet: 29 D, won: 92 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Brazil
Defeated. Bet: 29 D
China
Nodnyl (95 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 29 D
Ghana
jwolff52 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 21 D
India
Zenetar (225 D)
Defeated. Bet: 29 D
Kenya
chris-d-9 (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 29 D
Libya
Cain (143 D)
Defeated. Bet: 29 D
Near-East
Defeated. Bet: 29 D
Quebec
grenv (129 D)
Defeated. Bet: 29 D
Russia
tylerjg23 (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 21 D
USA
Nomad48 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 29 D
Oz
amarrako (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 14 D
Civil Disorders
Dr. Robinson (0 D X)Brazil (Spring, 2002) with 4 centres.
Cain (143 D)Libya (Spring, 2001) with 4 centres.
Atlas8996 (100 D)Ghana (Autumn, 2001) with 3 centres.
JarbinderM (100 D)Oz (Spring, 2001) with 2 centres.
lilwarrior (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 2000) with 3 centres.
amarrako (100 D)Oz (Autumn, 2001) with 1 centres.
jwolff52 (100 D)Ghana (Spring, 2005) with 1 centres.
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