Finished: 11 PM Mon 16 Feb 15 UTC
Ancient Med Live-25
5 minutes /phase
Pot: 25 D - Autumn, 10, Finished
The Ancient Mediterranean, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Tyran (938 D)
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 3: Dang. Persia and Rome taking a long time to coordinate with each other and set moves!
16 Feb 15 UTC Autumn, 3: I'm in two live games
16 Feb 15 UTC Autumn, 7: Carthage Burns
16 Feb 15 UTC Autumn, 7: That is what happens to those who oppose me
16 Feb 15 UTC Autumn, 7: Says the guy who has never had to worry about more than a single border all game.
16 Feb 15 UTC Autumn, 7: lol
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 8: It's called an alliance. You didn't have to worry about Carthage did you?
16 Feb 15 UTC Autumn, 8: Why is Sarmatia still there? I've been a true ally all along.
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 9: You stopped replying to my press. Silence is a sign of a brewing stab
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 9: So I played it safe
16 Feb 15 UTC Autumn, 9: haha told you Greece now im dead gg
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 10: Nice move Greece. At least you'll get to keep Damascus.
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 10: Way to take Crete Greedy MeGreedster. Way to give Italy a solo.
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 10: maybe you should have listened to reason earlier green.
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 10: Clearly any solo by Rome is the fault of the Egyptian people.
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 10: It is egypts fault.
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 10: Or maybe Egypt doesn't get greedy and dumb and give it all to Rome. There's also that.
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 10: But the Greeks might've held me had they disbanded in the east
16 Feb 15 UTC Spring, 10: I guess I shouldn't have ordered Macedonia and Sparta to disband.
16 Feb 15 UTC You basically did.
16 Feb 15 UTC THAT WAS SPARTA!
16 Feb 15 UTC Oh please. You should have protected your home SCs instead of going off on a wild goose chase vs Persia.
16 Feb 15 UTC That was always part of Rome's plan...attack when you were thin.
16 Feb 15 UTC I wouldn't have been thin if Persia didn't help you when it was already too late.
16 Feb 15 UTC Lucky for Rome, I had two people battling me. He had one. Unfortunate that Persia listened to your nonsense is all.
16 Feb 15 UTC You were foolish to venture so far from your home SCs. Did you think that the tide wouldn't turn when you and Rome were so strong?
16 Feb 15 UTC You handed the solo win to Rome. That's all. Would have been a draw otherwise.
16 Feb 15 UTC I second Greece
16 Feb 15 UTC We both had our back door open.
16 Feb 15 UTC Right, it was all me all the time.
16 Feb 15 UTC GG
16 Feb 15 UTC I tried to defend Carthage against Rome. You went on a fool's errand. That's the difference.
16 Feb 15 UTC Well, it was a good game until Persia got all starry-eyed
16 Feb 15 UTC Well played Rome.
Persia didn't get starry eyed. Who took more of their SCs throughout the game. YOU DID.
16 Feb 15 UTC If Rome had two people against him, it would have been his "fool's errand". You gave him the solo. Face it.
16 Feb 15 UTC Or don't. Whatever. Goodnight all. Nice win Rome.
16 Feb 15 UTC Thanks Egypt. For what its worth you all played pretty well.
16 Feb 15 UTC I never lost an SC to Rome. I never took one of your SCs either, except for Crete.

And it's my fault. All my fault. That's rich.
16 Feb 15 UTC Thanks Greece.
16 Feb 15 UTC Yeah, well it's pointless to argue with a cryptid.
16 Feb 15 UTC And Rome....WTA > PPSC! ;)

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Rome
Tyran (938 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 25 D
18 supply-centers, 16 units
Egypt
Jeff Kuta (2066 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
10 supply-centers, 10 units
Greece
Chupacabra (625 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
5 supply-centers, 6 units
Persia
Colossus (101 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
1 supply-centers, 2 units
Carthage
ND (879 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
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