Finished: 10 AM Fri 18 Mar 16 UTC
World Bros-2
1 day /phase
Pot: 170 D - Autumn, 2016, Finished
World Diplomacy IX, Anonymous players, Sum-of-Squares Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
27 Jan 16 UTC Spring, 2003: [USA]:Good words for Lybia. GG
27 Jan 16 UTC Spring, 2003: [Pacific-Russia]:Begging dosent work
29 Jan 16 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Pacific-Russia]:This is greatly saddening,Argentine will rip through Antartica because he whined about not getting Indonesia. Poor Antartica, he dies all because he was a greedy whining boy,
30 Jan 16 UTC Autumn, 2003: [Western-Canada]:Who spoke too soon about North America?
08 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 2005: [Pacific-Russia]:So its South America vs India NE and Antartica. Hmmm Go Western Civilization
09 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 2005: [Pacific-Russia]:So its South America vs India NE and Antartica. Hmmm Go Western Civilization
12 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 2006: [Pacific-Russia]:Pacfic Russia will fight until Europe has clearly entered Asia, then will retire peacefully in Godthab and let Europe have Siberia
15 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 2007: [Pacific-Russia]:Sorry went skiing in this cabin with no service
24 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 2009: [Brazil]:Hey, special shout-out to Libya. Do you guys realize he hasn't built a unit since Autumn 2000? That's tenacity for you.

No matter what happens, I say he deserves to get in on any draw we get in this game.
02 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: [Frozen-Antarctica]:Good game Libya!
02 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: [Libya]:resistance for me was over.
Brazil and Europe thanks for trying to help.
Good game for all
02 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: [Brazil]:Libya - you fought long, you fought hard - you will be forever in our hearts.

India, I'm very frustrated with you for catching me with my Yukon pants down.
02 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: [India]:You put up a good fight Libya, good game!
And Brazil I didn't do anything special, you can't support hold a moving unit. But you probably will retake soon so don't worry to much :)
02 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: [Brazil]:Yep, not super worried. Just annoyed :)
03 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2012: [Near-East]:Well played Libya -- you definitely changed the course of alliances and had a major impact.
03 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2012: [Libya]:Although it is out of play, this game was very interesting.
Good luck to those who remain
07 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2013: [Europe]:Please vote for draw ;-)
07 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2014: [Brazil]:A draw would be well-deserved. Or, you know, we Western alliance people could give all our centers to India, and nobody else in the West gets any points.
08 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2014: [Brazil]:and nobody else in the East gets any points. East.
08 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2014: [Frozen-Antarctica]:We can wait two turn more, and if anyone gets nothing, we can make it.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2014: [India]:I voted already
I'm tired of this game
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2014: [India]:Actually I'll wait this turn
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2014: [Brazil]:Just... One... More... SC...
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2014: [India]:Hahahaha
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2014: [India]:Actually I am trying to convince my allies that we can win this, we have 20 sc more than you guys and some want to draw.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 2014: [Brazil]:Oh, I'm absolutely convinced that you, India, can win this once I start surrendering my SCs to you en masse. Your allies won't stand a chance against you once you control North America. ;)
12 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2015: [Brazil]:That's stalemate in North America, folks. Or will be in one more turn. Watch your backs if India keeps fighting after Europe is gone... It's not America he's coming for.
12 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2015: [India]:How am I always the big bad wolf when Brazil and Fronzen are just some sc away? And besides when you hear noice, that's when you know you are close. So don't worry Brazil, once my dear friend NE gets Europe, you and Argentina are next, it's only a matter of time.
12 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2015: [Brazil]:Oh, you think I'm bluffing? Fair enough. Hit me with all you've got! We are safe in our stronghold! I'll enjoy watching you try.
13 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2016: [Near-East]:Wait...what? Brazil, you went from threatening to give everything to India, to now taunting him?
14 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2016: [Brazil]:Ah, the games we play.
14 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2016: [Brazil]:It's possible that I was bluffing about giving him everything. Just wanted to try to cut Europe in on the draw.
14 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2016: [Near-East]:A worthy cause....noble to stand by an ally.
14 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2016: [Oz]:Europe is hanging tough and hoping that happens. :-)
14 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 2016: [Brazil]:I actually offered Europe a spot in North America where he could be part of the draw. He chose to die with dignity instead of live as a refugee.
15 Mar 16 UTC [South-Africa]:Thanks everyone, I would like to be grateful with my great allies FA and NE, Althoug sometimes we dont trust the other at all. I leave the game because I am stuck and i really hate it. Thanks for everything. Kind Regards, SA
15 Mar 16 UTC [Brazil]:Come on, hold on for 10 more seconds and you'll see the game is over. The only reason it will continue is if someone tries to make a solo run.
15 Mar 16 UTC [India]:Actually not at all, with Frozen at almost my size no one can solo, but we can actually beat you, it will take time, but we can.
15 Mar 16 UTC [Brazil]:I'm seriously tempted to make you work for it so that I get to watch you eat your words.

But I'll be nice and tell you what I'm going to do: once I have fleets in Quebec north-coast and Newfoundland (which you cannot prevent), how exactly do you think you're going to beat us? Which of my units are you going to be able to dislodge? I'm all ears. As you've been discovering for the past several years, we're at stalemate everywhere else in the Americas; what's this master plan of yours for Canada?

Unless you mean you think you'll just play for so long that you'll catch one of us NMRing. That wouldn't be very sporting, wouldn't it?
16 Mar 16 UTC [Frozen-Antarctica]:Good decision! It was a pleasure play my last match against you...
Nice game!
16 Mar 16 UTC [Near-East]:Well played folks. Was surprised to reach the end coming from NE and not winning Africa. A pleasure being your ally Tarta. Glad we drew before Jose got bored and quit!
16 Mar 16 UTC [India]:I really think that we could have won this, but there were some moves made on our side that might have ended in us fighting. So well played everyone!
16 Mar 16 UTC [Brazil]:Great game, all!

And no, India - you couldn't have won it. Sorry to keep harping on this, but I quite like my stalemate lines: WAO was supported by Recife and Rdj (and Uruguay), NWA by Newfoundland, Baffin by Hudson, Hudson by Quebec, and you're already familiar with the stalemate elsewhere. The only way you would have beaten us is if we NMR'd.
16 Mar 16 UTC [India]:The only way your wall was not going to break was if you retreated New-Qbc and Lab-New. That way you could defend Hud and BIs without me having a chance. But if you missed that chance and wouldn't place a fleet in Qbc, you would have had to choose between defending hudson or NWA. And by doing that you risked WAO.
16 Mar 16 UTC [Near-East]:A fleet in God would turn the north.....damn hard to rotate forces at this point, but with infinite time it could be done. This map yields only tactical stalemates based on forces available. And aside from that, India had a fair shot at a solo if he was willing to turn on allies.
16 Mar 16 UTC [India]:Maybe I am not seeing something else but still, well played.
16 Mar 16 UTC [Argentina]:This was my first World game and I quite enjoyed it. My adventure to the South Pole nearly broke my neck but thanks to Brasil ( which i could have beaten in the beginning easily) i came out of it alive. Very good game by India as well!
17 Mar 16 UTC [Brazil]:India, precisely. I believe that's what I said I was going to do (Qbc and New). NE, God wouldn't help once I vacated Labrador.

Anyway, gg all! Thoroughly enjoyed myself.

In other news, it's a good thing for me this game ended when it did because my first kid was born today!
17 Mar 16 UTC [Argentina]:Congratulations! Wonderful!
I can tell you from own experience: you will lose a lot of sleep but you will have plenty of time playing webdiplomacy because there is nothing else to Do with a sleeping Baby on your chest.
17 Mar 16 UTC [Near-East]:Enjoy every won't be long before you are looking back at the experience at your kid's wedding!

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TartaDeQueso (583 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 61 D
23 supply-centers, 22 units
Alberuscg (228 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 46 D
20 supply-centers, 17 units
biophil (773 D)
Drawn. Bet: 0 D, won: 34 D
17 supply-centers, 16 units
Creigh (2610 D (G))
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 23 D
14 supply-centers, 11 units
Garagenpunk (438 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 5 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
JoseSB (100 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 5 D
6 supply-centers, 9 units
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
andre72 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Pabloav (353 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
LGAA320 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Maluco Rasta (154 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Zach0805 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
TannerL33 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
beefstew (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
LUUUKE (151 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
osu9933 (5 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
yoak (1765 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Civil Disorders
CtrlAltDel (100 D)Brazil (Autumn, 2000) with 4 centres.
kirito3428 (100 D)Kenya (Autumn, 2002) with 4 centres.
Tomelain (100 D)USA (Autumn, 2004) with 2 centres.
graham Boss (156 D)Oz (Autumn, 2001) with 4 centres.
Italian Stallion 2.0 (100 D)Kenya (Spring, 2005) with 4 centres.
josephcollins123 (100 D)Western-Canada (Spring, 2007) with 8 centres.
Kaitlin_Rose (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 2004) with 2 centres.
WeeaboWizard (100 D)USA (Autumn, 2005) with 0 centres.
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