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Finished: 08 AM Sun 18 Sep 16 UTC
Private Muggins Try 2
7 days /phase
Pot: 70 D - Spring, 1915, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
04 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Right, seems we are live! Live and learn- last person in starts the clock!
04 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Sorry folks! Had some issues to deal with!
09 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Okay, we now know the due date is unmoveable now the game has started. Saturday to Saturday it is...
10 Jun 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Turn 1 done. It seems the game will progress as soon as everybody clicks "Ready". Good to know...
14 Jun 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Can someone let the English know that tea time is over.
14 Jun 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Bloody typical, have you checked in the Dardanelles yet?
18 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1902: Definitely having tea in the Dardanelles..
19 Jun 16 UTC Autumn, 1902: Hi, list of order abbreviations can be found at:
http://whatisfound.com/diplomacy/abbreviations.htm
23 Jun 16 UTC Autumn, 1902: Seems like Austria is enjoying it's holiday in Venice.
27 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1903: As a sign of good faith I will tell you that a move into Norway from your side should work this turn. According to my knowledge England will transfer France's army in Picardy to Holland.
27 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1903: Scandalous
27 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1903: Do they impune your honor, milord?
27 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1903: The French believe there is too much talk and not enough action in this time of war. Perhaps people should stop talking and ready themselves?
27 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1903: We await another Brexit...
29 Jun 16 UTC Spring, 1903: Merkel and Cameron must be in deep negotiations...
02 Jul 16 UTC Autumn, 1903: The Court of the Tsar notes with concern the severe lack of Diplomats in our hallowed halls, with the exception of the Austrians who have elected to come in force. We would like to reassure our fellow rulers that our summer headquarters in the cooler climes of St Petersburg are more than ample to hold both the Austrian honour guard and their own embassies.
24 Jul 16 UTC Autumn, 1904: The Court of the Tsar regrets to inform that the Tsarina was accosted by highwaymen while on holidays in Sweden. Regrettably the swine made off with her prized jewels. Fortunately for the Tsarina, the English have sent their best men over to investigate. Sadly for Sweden, they have made a hash of it...
24 Jul 16 UTC Autumn, 1904: The Tsar is delusional. He never even informed me of this tragic event, much less asked for assistance in the matter.
He did however declare war this glorious Kingdom of the British isles, Portugal, and Norway.
Rest assured that as soon as Scandinavia returns to peace and stability, I will have men find and return the Tsarina's Jewels.
For I am a generous man, and I do not hold petty grudges.
25 Jul 16 UTC Spring, 1905: The Court of the Tsar notes with concern the ongoing warmongering by England. Sadly one of the thieves was tracked down to a ship which departed for Edinburgh... just as England raised a new fleet there. Could it be a trap?
27 Jul 16 UTC Spring, 1905: Strange. I secured the Jewels just yesterday and have them in a lockbox in my palace. The thieves were all taken captive in Linköping on their way to Gothenburg. The Jewels are currently in the Tower of London, awaiting peacetimes, so that they can be returned safely.
Whoever this supposed thief is who was tracked down to this ship, is definitely not a thief, because the thieves are all in a prison in Sweden.

I believe this matter is now put to rest.
29 Jul 16 UTC Spring, 1905: The Turkish people will not tolerate any aggression against its ancient and holy lands. Any attempt will be dealt with swiftly and severely.
29 Jul 16 UTC Spring, 1905: My Friends, such warmongering....

My only interest is in recovering the Tsarina's jewels... To this end, I shall first visit Edinburgh, then London, and then Paris. The thief shall be caught.

Tsar Aleksandr
01 Aug 16 UTC Spring, 1905: From the Court of the Tsar,

Our thanks go to Turkey and Germany for allowing our troops to search their treasuries for the jewels.

We note with great concern that England has failed to ensure the safety of the Jewels they claim to still be in Sweden. Indeed, the fear of our superior navy sent them scampering away like the frightened vagabonds they truly are. We look forward to re-asserting our ancestral rights to Sweden.
20 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: From the Court of the Tsar,

We have found rumours of the Tsarina's jewels in Sweden, indeed. The claim from a well positioned English general is that they were loaded on a fleet which was then scuttled in Helgoland by traitors.... A convenient story...

The search will not end here. The English army and its general have been disarmed and sent back to England, though we do not expect this valiant foe to make the journey home either.
09 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 1911: From the Court of the Tsar,

Our beloved Admiral, Count Aleksandr Piotr, succumbed to the machinations of the English in Bothnia, but not before sending us the message they tried so hard to destroy. What a waste of lives, had our foe only listened to reason...

We now know the location of the Tsarina's jewels and we will rescue them shortly.
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...
09 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: The Tsarina's Jewels have been returned, joy will return to our court once we remove the vagabond king from our summer palace...

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Russia
ElKissandar (304 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 35 D
17 supply-centers, 13 units
Turkey
AshenShugar (149 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 35 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
France
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Italy
murdernator (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Germany
WizardNo.7 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
England
P4DD4V1S (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Austria
Mr.Kitty (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
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