Finished: 05 PM Wed 25 Jun 14 UTC
Private Han Shot First
2 days /phase
Pot: 140 D - Autumn, 1909, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
23 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 1901: Yay! We could finally count to 7.
23 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 1901: What are the odds - Two games, England both times...
23 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 1901: And I'm France again. Three for three.
23 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 1901: I managed to get A-H a second time in a row. Weird
24 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 1901: I ahve a third game on the go where I'm Russia as well. This time Turkey... Not much of a flavour change heh
24 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 1901: if everyone could mark their turns as ready we could go to the next phase
25 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 1901: I guess there is some anticipation out there.
01 May 14 UTC Spring, 1902: oh man.... he balkans are all f'ed up
01 May 14 UTC Spring, 1902: Balkans, land of love.
25 May 14 UTC Spring, 1905: BREAKING NEWS!!! RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT IN CRISIS. TOP RUSSIAN MILITARY COMMANDERS RELIEVED OF POSTS.
25 May 14 UTC Spring, 1905: In related news, open nets do not defend themselves.
25 May 14 UTC Spring, 1905: Dateline St. Petersburg. Tsar and ministers missing.
27 May 14 UTC Autumn, 1905: Dateline Moscow. The bullet-riddled bodies of the late Russian Tsar, his family and ministers were identified by new collective farm manager Sergei Dostoyov. While there are no reports as to the Tsar's last words, now deceased Foreign Minister Alexei Gulibelov reportedly said "Curse my leaden tongue that it could not pursuade the Hun to look past his nose. The fault lies with me and me alone. Who could imagine that the Chancellor could be so dense."
29 May 14 UTC Autumn, 1905: World News (AP) - Treasure hunters flock to Heligoland Bight - Coastal traffic in the Heligoland Bight off the coast of Denmark has increased lately as treasure hunters and optimistic adventurers head to the last reported position of what is rumoured to be the last remaining English pirateer fleet, believed to have been sunk in this small watery region this Fall. English ministers could not be reached for comment, having gone underground following French occupation two years ago.
29 May 14 UTC Autumn, 1905: At least you are still in control of Clyde.
30 May 14 UTC Autumn, 1905: And Iceland apparently...
30 May 14 UTC Autumn, 1905: It's not quite Tortuga...
01 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1906: I'd like to congratulate England for fighting to the bitterest of bitter ends.
02 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: Thanks to our Austrian compatriots who sadly look to be joining us soon in historical footnotes...
02 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: I have them exactly where I want them. All is going according to prophecy.
07 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: ISVESTIA (With Reports from Berlin, Leningrad and Moscow)

Red Fleet Commander Berlin has begun broadcasting on open frequencies, and even by loudspeakers, his willingness to surrender the Port of Berlin back to the German people in exchange for safe passage for Soviet ships and sailors.

The Red Fleet HQ in Leningrad is preparing defenses against an anticipated French assault on the mothers and children of Leningrad and agree that the Soviet people can have no true quarrel with the home of Marx.

"French counter-revolutionary forces may have deluded certain German officers into ignoring the French troops surrounding their supply centers but any German commander who can look at a map and count knows that the best offer the French can make to Germany is to kill him last. Not a great bargain."
07 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: The French High Command are pleased to see Russian forces routed from the lands of Germany. Extraordinary efforts were undertaken over the course of the past 4 years, by France, to give aid to German forces in reclaiming their homeland. Germans should be proud of their efforts in throwing off the yoke of Russian oppression. The back of the Russian forces has been broken, and Germany can, with a little effort, put an end forevermore to the backward notions espoused by their inbred neighbours to the east.
08 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1906: The Sultan is amused by France's candidness but nonetheless tiring. Deflection and ad hominem, yet not nary a point on his clearly advantageous position posed to forever end this war as the clear victor.

The French must be so bold to think that all our industries are good for is to manufacture silver platters.
10 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1907: You're in the business of just giving everything away aren't you.
10 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1907: Perhaps use the silver for shell casings to drop on the French...
11 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1907: Hold on. let me change the molds.
18 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1908: Board game of the 'Alpha Nerds'....

http://grantland.com/features/diplomacy-the-board-game-of-the-alpha-nerds/
20 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: Rule question: if I capture, say 5, open supply centres in one turn but only have 3 home supply centres I can only gain 3 builds. However does my former back stabbed ally lose all 5 units or just the 3 that I am building? Asking for a friend.
20 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: A nation can only have as many units as supply centers they control. Your nation would only get 3 builds, but your 'friend' would still lose 5 units.
20 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: Thanks. In terms of victory condition, though, does one need to have 18 units to win or is it enough to control 18 supply centres? Again, asking for a friend.
20 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: You need to control 18 supply centres.
20 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1908: Excellent work on the fear-mongering! French leaders are pleased not to have lived down to your expectations.
21 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1909: Strange, Russian leaders felt that by stating the obvious often enough that we may have helped to urge France away from Anglicizing your German friends.
21 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1909: The notion that Russia has lessons to teach France about honesty is laughable.
21 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1909: I see the Italian forces continue to behave very much like Italian forces. I also see that Russia now has yet another ally he can stab in the chest. Best of luck with that Germany/Turkey.
22 Jun 14 UTC Spring, 1909: It is heartening that France has tasted a hint of a setback, honestly this pleases me.
23 Jun 14 UTC So is France not pleased with the option to draw? There are the requisite units to draw up a line.
23 Jun 14 UTC Yay. Not death. Vive la monde!
23 Jun 14 UTC Rematch?
23 Jun 14 UTC host it up
24 Jun 14 UTC Count my far less treacherous twin in. I've got to go stab someone in the chest.
24 Jun 14 UTC again :(
24 Jun 14 UTC If you start it, they will come...
25 Jun 14 UTC Its up: 'wehavealwaysbeenatwarwithEurasia' is ready to go
25 Jun 14 UTC Its up: 'wehavealwaysbeenatwarwithEurasia' is ready to go
25 Jun 14 UTC You may to dig up Corey's email to get more attention. Not everyone may be able to find this finished game.
25 Jun 14 UTC Ah no password. May get randoms so filling may not be an issue :p

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France
Telemachus (260 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 35 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Turkey
BruisedOoze (111 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 35 D
9 supply-centers, 9 units
Germany
Easykill (424 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 35 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
Russia
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 35 D
4 supply-centers, 4 units
Italy
Mr_Peanut (128 D)
Resigned. Bet: 20 D
3 supply-centers, 2 units
England
Tyrion14 (236 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Austria
Antiphon (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
Mr_Peanut (128 D)Italy (Spring, 1909) with 3 centres.
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