Finished: 01 AM Sat 03 Oct 15 UTC
TheEuropeanCrisis
12 hours /phase
Pot: 105 D - Spring, 2007, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Survivors-Win Scoring, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
21 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2001: The Western democracies are in peril Italy!
21 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2001: I know. Im sorry...
23 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2002: Welp. Poland gave up.
24 Sep 15 UTC Autumn, 2002: hello...darkness my old friend.
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: What's the SC count needed for victory?
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: 33
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Aight.
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: What a fishy question...
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: I say go for it. xD
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Not that I don't trust my allies, I just wondered if Turkey might accidentally stumble upon a solo. Look at the Ottomans!
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: ''Can we take a look at how much of a fucking monstrosity Poland is turning into.'' -Russia.

5 years later, after beating Poland with Britain and Turkey: ''Look at the Ottomans!''

Laugh out loud to the max. After Turkey, it's gonna be Britain isn't it?
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Yooo, the humor is strong in this game. xD
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: What the hell are you talking about Italy?
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: He thinks there'll be an ironic echo. The difference is here, I'm simply IMPRESSED by Turkey. He's done good for himself.
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Russia out of nowhere complaining about Turkey's size, while you have exactly 1 centre less.... That's glorious xD
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Not complaining! Merely commenting. I'm making it public: four-way draw.
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Yep it has been agreed. Just got to mop up.
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Turkey surpassed me, but I don't have ease of access to SC's like he does. Poland decided to fight me and abandon everything for Turkey.
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Well, it was very similar to when you started a smear campaign against Poland. I thought constantly calling out the one who has the most centres, regardless of the situation, was your gameplan. But yeah, for the quality of the game it's good that it isn't. I'll keep looking till the draw is official though, definitely one of the most entertaining games I've played.
26 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Still regret my nmr's... Curious how things would've panned out if I hadn't gone in civil disorder.
27 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: What's the point of a 4 way draw? Why even bother playing? If you're going to go down that path then how about a 6 way draw or 8 way draw. Its practically the same thing. Its like half the countries that decided tobplay! I want to see everyone fight it out.
27 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Woops, NMRed.

Anyways, The Allies did not immediately go to war afterGermany was defeated! Even if they thought about it. I have guys I respect and peers and friends through this battle. I'd like to split a win with them.
27 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Please do not include Britain in any draw. The triple juggernaut alliance of Russia and turkey and Egypt has been a big success. You guys have conquered europe. Well done. Now its near the end and the British are trying to weasel their way onto the winning team. Why would you allow that? Surely Britain is no match for the combined might of Russia/turkey/Egypt. Together you can crush him easily. Why do you want a freeloader jumping on your team at this late stage? You guys have been together from the start. Keep the original three.
27 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: I don't know about how the relation between you 4 is, but Britain should know that allying yourself with a Juggernaut works out in 1 in 20 cases. It is NOT a good strategy, and the fact that it works out now might give him the wrong idea to try it in other games as well. Let me tell you: don't. 19 out of 20 Juggernauts crush all of their opponents, regardless of who worked against them and who didn't.
27 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Though there also was the slightly confusing situation where it seemed that Britain was allied with Russia, but was still fighting Egypt. Not really sure what exactly happened there, as Britain must've known Russia was working with Egypt and Russia must've known Britain was fighting with Egypt.
28 Sep 15 UTC Spring, 2005: That was because they both needed somewhere to expand. I clarified the situation.
29 Sep 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Turkey or Egypt get into Pie so we can end France if it comes down to another turn plz.
29 Sep 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Turkey or Egypt get into Pie so we can end France if it comes down to another turn plz.
29 Sep 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: ok, I am going to.
30 Sep 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: France went into civil disorder. Everyone hit draw. We split four ways.
30 Sep 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Somebody took over France. That poor lad.
30 Sep 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Don't draw till France is dead
30 Sep 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Crap hoping yall wouldn't notice. Gg and may the force be with yall
01 Oct 15 UTC Spring, 2006: Good game guys. You were too good for us. The polish people were crushed one again. That's OK. If you look at Poland's history you'll see that we're used to it by now. What's with all the draws though in web diplomacy? This game is only half finished! I can't think of any other sport or game where people love drawing so much. Have you all got important stuff to do that the game can't wait? Imagine if halfway through the football season if all the remaining teams decided to stop playing and call it a draw. It would be kind of lame right? I'm not just talking about this game. I've noticed it happens all the time. In web diplomacy. Can someon explain it?
01 Oct 15 UTC Spring, 2006: It's a philosophical conflict almost as old as the game. Some players consider it more noteworthy to draw with a strong player, others to "lose" but be second-best, and then the dramatic types who want to chance their points at overthrowing him with what resistance is left. In this case, I just like my allies.
01 Oct 15 UTC Spring, 2006: It helps that you earn "points" vs face-to-face Diplomacy, where you... Don't.
01 Oct 15 UTC Spring, 2006: This was a PPSC game not a WTA game.
01 Oct 15 UTC Spring, 2006: That helps too.
01 Oct 15 UTC Spring, 2006: OK. Thanks for replying. I see its just a matter of opinion. There is no right or wrong.
01 Oct 15 UTC Spring, 2006: indeed and good game Poland you fought well.
01 Oct 15 UTC Spring, 2006: That you did. Had me running for buddies!
01 Oct 15 UTC Autumn, 2006: Alright, everybody can just hold and we'll be good to draw by next year.
01 Oct 15 UTC France is dead. Putting my draw in. GG all.
01 Oct 15 UTC Drawing! Was a pleasure.
01 Oct 15 UTC Lol gg all
01 Oct 15 UTC good game. Draw.
02 Oct 15 UTC egypt draw
02 Oct 15 UTC good game!
02 Oct 15 UTC Indeed. Was an honor and a privilege, gentlemen. Hope to find you again some day.
02 Oct 15 UTC Turco! Un placer. Hasta la vista! ;)

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Britain
ND (879 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 26 D
21 supply-centers, 21 units
Turkey
Krunoslav (176 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 26 D
21 supply-centers, 21 units
Russia
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 26 D
13 supply-centers, 13 units
Egypt
MakTub (1677 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 26 D
9 supply-centers, 9 units
Italy
RotBlau (128 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Ukraine
twitterdick (104 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Germany
Check_mate (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Spain
octimizing (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 1 D
Poland
rm63 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
France
Toemato (21 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 1 D
Civil Disorders
Check_mate (100 D)Germany (Autumn, 1997) with 0 centres.
RotBlau (128 D)Italy (Autumn, 1999) with 6 centres.
dotphoot (104 D)Spain (Autumn, 1995) with 3 centres.
octimizing (100 D)Spain (Spring, 1998) with 1 centres.
Joona (0 D X)France (Autumn, 2005) with 1 centres.
ninom1ya (100 D)Spain (Spring, 1996) with 3 centres.
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