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Finished: 09 AM Thu 17 Dec 09 UTC
That One Game
1 day /phase
Pot: 86 D - Autumn, 1908, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
25 Nov 09 UTC Spring, 1901: Hello and good luck to you all!
26 Nov 09 UTC Spring, 1901: Whats the point of having these anonymous games? so we cant check peoples profiles?
26 Nov 09 UTC Spring, 1901: and since their anonymous does it ever show if anyones online?
26 Nov 09 UTC Spring, 1901: The identities of the players are revealed in the end of the game.
The whole concept brings the risk of metaplayers though.
26 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Metaplayers?
26 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Anyone else having trouble with the map? For me, the territories aren't colored, nor do I see fleets/armies/movement arrows.
26 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Update: I checked the forums, and it looks like I'm not the only one with this problem. If you pull up the big map, you can see everything.
26 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Hooray! A double NMR in Spring 1901 :D
26 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: why is the map all brown tan? or is it just me
26 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: this is so fucked up. can we draw this?
26 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: people, you can press to see the large map down of the map
http://webdiplomacy.net/map.php?gameID=15836&turn=0&mapType=large
Changing turn=0 to the turn
27 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: this is my first game, how does it work because i cant figure how to move/hold my army
27 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1901: Well, down the map, you can see the units and their orthers.
See the help section top-right
27 Nov 09 UTC Spring, 1902: Below the map are your armies and fleets. Beside each Army and Fleet is a dropdown bar: click the arrow and you'll have move, hold, etc. options. Beside those will appear the appropriate dropdown bars for countries and such depending on what you choose to do with your unit.
Unfortunately, pillage the countryside is not an option.
28 Nov 09 UTC Spring, 1902: Better, xD
29 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1902: So... I'm thinking Germany's bailed.
29 Nov 09 UTC Autumn, 1902: a bit?
01 Dec 09 UTC Spring, 1903: Damnit. Now we've got to wait 24 hours for the destruction of Germany's units...
02 Dec 09 UTC Spring, 1903: GameMaster: This user was banned: Auto. The time until the next phase has been extended from <span class="timeremaining" unixtime="1259771219" unixtimefrom="1259746033">6 hours, 60 minutes</span> to <span class="timeremaining" unixtime="1259832433" unixtimefrom="1259746033">1 days</span> (one full phase) so you can find a new player to take his place if you want to.
Make sure to finalize your orders if you don't want
to wait, so the game isn't held up unnecessarily.
02 Dec 09 UTC Spring, 1903: Wait, who got banned? Russia?
02 Dec 09 UTC Spring, 1903: Yup. But I cant imagine it had anything to do with this game..
14 Dec 09 UTC Autumn, 1906: Oh Snap. the glorious empire that was Austria has crumbled. This is going to be a good few final moves though. You're both two away from the game.
14 Dec 09 UTC Autumn, 1906: And poor ALB was never occupied by any country.
15 Dec 09 UTC Thank you all for an enjoyable game! Rather intense and lots of both tactical and Diplomatic action! Hope to play with again soon! Cheers /Perry6006

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France
jwpatty (404 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 43 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
Turkey
Perry6006 (5409 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 43 D
17 supply-centers, 16 units
England
Defeated. Bet: 8 D
Italy
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Germany
bsm138 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 8 D
Austria
Herbs (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Russia
rombobombo (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
Ironman (765 D X)England (Autumn, 1901) with 3 centres.
aweissler (100 D)Germany (Autumn, 1901) with 3 centres.
Socialist Kingdom of Canada (103 D)England (Autumn, 1906) with 0 centres.
bsm138 (100 D)Germany (Spring, 1903) with 2 centres.
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