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Finished: 06 PM Sun 13 Mar 16 UTC
OpenFox II
1 day /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1908, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by eturnage (500 D (B))
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Hello everyone. I hope we all have a good game.
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Greets and welcome! I wish us all a great game!
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Lets hope for a good game!
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: I'll make spaghetti and meatballs as celebration.
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: I have no idea what I am doing :)
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: I saw my cousin playing this game so I thought "Why not try it?"
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Quick everyone, Austria's hustling us!
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: ?
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Lol, just playing. Joking that you would say "I have no idea what I'm doing" and then steamroll across Europe. It'll be a good game though!
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: That would be funny.
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Lets hope it will be a good game
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: This is my first game though
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Does your cousin make spaghetti?
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: No. At least I don't think so.
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: I'll be the one preparing the spaghetti, thank you very much.
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Maybe the cousin can make Hungarian goullache
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: lol
16 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Maybe we could get pastries from france.
18 Feb 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: I guess Austria got stuck in line at the pastry shop.
19 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1902: sorry. airplanes
20 Feb 16 UTC Spring, 1902: Congratulations on success. Let's keep rolling. Please order A Serbia support A Rum-Bud. Thanks.
08 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: New Turkey here!
08 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: Welcome! Thanks for pitching in and helping us.
10 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 1907: I seriously doubt that Germany is playing to maximize his own performance. Russia is way past the stalemate line and still Germany actually helps him gain even more and leaves his centers open. Russia plus Germany is 22 sc:s, unstoppable of course even if all the rest of us would play perfectly well strategically.

And Italy, hello, attacking France? In this position?

I took over as a replacement to help you guys out, but if the gust of this game is to give Russia a solo then we can do it quickly.

Russia, you just move Nth-Edi and Swe-Den and we'll gotten this over with. Yes, you need to take Rome too. Of course Germany can stop you from having both Rome and Venice (if he move Tyr-Ven) but hey, no need, and hey, Germany plays to give you the solo anyway.

Actually, one must of course admire the Russians skill to make puppet of Germany. But still, one must also question whether the German player at all understand the rules. Yo DO know that when one player gets 18 then everyone else are loosers, there is no second place? You DO understand there is defence positions called "stalemate lines" that you should avoid letting people grow beyond?

From Russias press to me I understand he's a seasoned player. Perhaps I even know him, I have been playing this game myself for 25 years. If I didn't think that all "old players" like myself had some kind of honor codex they all follow I would think Russia and Germany was the same person with multiple accounts.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: news flash, having allies is now a bad thing....
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: Yes, if "having allies" mean your ally get 18 and you loose the game, then having allies is a bad thing. For you. Not for your "ally", also known as the puppet master.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: Russia is still a long way from 18. You're stretching it, which I understand. You would like to cause a rift in the G/R.

The game is at a point now where Germany is about to get really big especially with the Italian strategy of getting a few of the French dots. Our alliance is becoming increasingly more stable and secure. So, I get the idea of trying to sow dissension.

Obviously, you are more seasoned than you let on in your private communications. I don't know how deceiving me about your experience helped, but seems to have fueled your press, which is a good thing.

Too bad you were not in this game from the outset. It has been really fun for all of us.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: What a strange exchange of messages.

Russia's big move that allowed him to truly expand was backstabbing me at Trieste and Serbia. It was a great move strategically. So all in all, fuck you Russia and the purple horse you rode in on ;v)
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: Well not so far from 18. Nothing can stop you from taking den, edi and rom. Only germany can stop you from simultaneosly take ven. Quite close to 18
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: The rider of the purple horse was dressed in white and his face looked like death. He carried a bloody scythe in his right hand, and a white dove in his left. His purple steed was followed by a multitude of flying creatures each with numerous wings, ten red eyes, and a large, barbed stinger.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: "I can make up quotes too."
- Abraham Lincoln
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: Ha. Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: You're only allowed to speak that language when your armies reach Rome! That should be incentive enough, worm.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: Russia WILL cross the Rubicon!
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: Then you can be the one to take care of my impoverished farmers. If anyone should know what it means to experience millions of poor people, it would be your country.
10 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: Russia, would you like any spaghetti? I'm making plenty for my inevitable funeral.
11 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: hey, we who are not Russia have 17 centers. Should we make an effort to coordinate a defence and see if it's even theoretically possible to stop him? I actually think it's not possible, but it's worth a try.
11 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: It is probably best just to concede it and not drag it out. I think I can make it eventually, but maybe not this year.
11 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: It's been a fun game. I really regret stabbing my friend, Germany, but my philosophy is to go for wins when there is a chance. Winning doesn't happen very often because of the stalemate lines and difficulty in gaining 18.
11 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: regretful indeed..
11 Mar 16 UTC Autumn, 1907: Nah, I'm not conceding :-)
11 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 1908: Thou shall not concede!
11 Mar 16 UTC Spring, 1908: Ok, then. Let the wild rumpus begin.
13 Mar 16 UTC Good game everyone.
13 Mar 16 UTC Good game.
13 Mar 16 UTC Congratulations!
13 Mar 16 UTC Thanks again.

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Russia
eturnage (500 D (B))
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 70 D
20 supply-centers, 17 units
France
MohawkFox (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D
5 supply-centers, 4 units
Italy
Survived. Bet: 10 D
4 supply-centers, 3 units
Germany
suprstar1072 (576 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D
3 supply-centers, 7 units
Turkey
vixol (1186 D (B))
Survived. Bet: 0 D
2 supply-centers, 3 units
Austria
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
England
Keerthiblr19 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Civil Disorders
Shepherd81 (100 D)England (Autumn, 1902) with 4 centres.
360jive (100 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1906) with 3 centres.
BileBlight (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1904) with 4 centres.
Keerthiblr19 (100 D)England (Autumn, 1905) with 0 centres.
BrightKnight02 (100 D)Austria (Autumn, 1903) with 0 centres.
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