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Finished: 12 AM Tue 10 Jan 17 UTC
Private Friendship Is Magic-3
3 days /phase
Pot: 140 D - Spring, 1905, Finished
Classic, Rulebook press, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
02 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: King Edward VII appreciates the kind words of His excellency.

Although my son is full of vigor, The Prince of Wales does not make the decisions of the land. If the Sultan wishes to show allegiance to the the Ankara will move to the black sea then to Romania.

May your sword be as swift as the sandstorms of Armenia,

His Majesty King Edward the VII
02 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: I think your reply has gone to the wrong leader. Or perhaps this is a ruse. Either way, I will have nothing to do with either Ankara or Romania.
Kaiser Wilhelm
02 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: What is Kaiser Wilhlem interested in? Perhaps his love is for the beer and chocolate of another land?
02 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: The Sultan wishes I apologize for our mistake. Rest assured that the vizier responsible for our misinformation is no longer with us, having accidentally brutally cut his head off while shaving.


Know also that these comments are going into general chat. We do not wish you any further embarrassment.
02 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: If you wish to contact a specific nation you must click that nation's name on the bar above the messages.
02 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: The King of England wishes to send his finest incense to cover the smell of incompetence of the vizier. There's a pleasant shop North of Timbuktu if the Sultan wishes to visits sometime.

Love is a tragedy in England, your Excellency Mehemet. We learn to live in lost and hope not to lose more. King knows his mistakes and it will be a mistake that does not happen again.
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: The King of Italy is troubled by the harshness of these exchanges. He fears that the winds of war are blowing across Europe.

Alas, I much prefer peace ... enjoying the beautiful beaches on my coast, drinking the fruit of our vineyards, eating good food ... and, of course, marveling at the gorgeous ladies who are in abundance in my country!

If the dogs of war are to come to my shores, we shall be ready ... but quite frankly, if the rest of you wish to fight, and leave us in peace, I shall not object.

Ciao ...

Victor Emmanuel III
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: The King of Italy is troubled by the harshness of these exchanges. He fears that the winds of war are blowing across Europe.

Alas, I much prefer peace ... enjoying the beautiful beaches on my coast, drinking the fruit of our vineyards, eating good food ... and, of course, marveling at the gorgeous ladies who are in abundance in my country!

If the dogs of war are to come to my shores, we shall be ready ... but quite frankly, if the rest of you wish to fight, and leave us in peace, I shall not object.

Ciao ...

Victor Emmanuel III
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Which coast is favorite to swim on Victor on the country of Italy? West or East?
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Which coast is favorite to swim on Victor on the country of Italy? West or East?
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Which coast is favorite to swim on Victor on the country of Italy? West or East?
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: One can not go wrong with either. There are no bad beaches in the whole of this country!

Victor
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: I don't know. I know you guys have in Italy don't have a lady like Lady Churchill ;-)
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: You're all crazy. Everyone knows the buxom women of Germany are the more to be desired. Plus they come with the finest beer and pretzels.
03 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: They are certainly the most desirable if your plow horse dies, yet you need your fields plowed in a hurry ... but I digress ... ;-)

(And no "fields plowed in a hurry" is NOT a euphemism in this context ...)

Of course, I kid the Germans ... they do make excellent beer ...
04 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: So if Russia doesn't move in 3 days, will Russia just hold his positions?
04 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Russian units will hold their positions if no moves are put in, and if dislodged will be destroyed.
05 Dec 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: So Russia has informed me that he's out of the game. He has offered to let someone else take his place, but since Russia is in a terrible position I would feel bad doing that. On the other hand, having Russia do nothing distorts the game. What do you all think?
05 Dec 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Although the game will be slower, I am okay with the continuation of the game. Playing a game completely though will make understanding the interface of this website and its movements.
05 Dec 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: So Russia has informed me that he's out of the game. He has offered to let someone else take his place, but since Russia is in a terrible position I would feel bad doing that. On the other hand, having Russia do nothing distorts the game. What do you all think?
05 Dec 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: I say, Onward til there is one Victor. Not just the victor in Italy.
05 Dec 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Russia in (having lost a crucial move) or out distorts the game. I think we should move forward as it is.
27 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1904: Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas! :-)
28 Dec 16 UTC Spring, 1904: Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas! :-)
02 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: Happy New Year to all
02 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: Happy New Year!
03 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: Nick just told me that he didn't turn in moves because he thought the game was ending. I am voting to draw. If all other players vote draw, the game will end and we will reach make a few points.
03 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: So voted.
03 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: If nick doesn't move this, will he be kicked out of the game meaning more points for us?
04 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: If nick doesn't move this, will he be kicked out of the game meaning more points for us?
04 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: I think so, yes.
04 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: We have been playing for 5 weeks. It has been a good learning experience I'm ready to see what happens at Thursday 4 am
04 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: If nick doesn't move this, will he be kicked out of the game meaning more points for us?
04 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: If nick doesn't move this, will he be kicked out of the game meaning more points for us?
04 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: Yes that's correct.
04 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: So voted.
05 Jan 17 UTC Autumn, 1904: If nick doesn't move this, will he be kicked out of the game meaning more points for us?
06 Jan 17 UTC Hey JJ, you don't have a draw vote in. Is that a mistake? I would be totally OK with continuing if everyone who's left thinks it will be fun. But because I'm in the strongest position I will be sporting and keep my draw vote active.
07 Jan 17 UTC I think so, yes.
07 Jan 17 UTC so does Linda need to vote or does 3/4 votes enough?
07 Jan 17 UTC Every single player needs to agree so Linda also needs to vote.
08 Jan 17 UTC What am I voting on?
08 Jan 17 UTC Whether or not to end the game as a 4 way draw.

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France
pastoralan (100 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 35 D
10 supply-centers, 10 units
Turkey
jjryan111 (115 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 35 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Germany
tezmin (115 D)
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 35 D
7 supply-centers, 7 units
England
Drawn. Bet: 20 D, won: 35 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
Austria
nbstephan (100 D)
Resigned. Bet: 20 D
3 supply-centers, 3 units
Italy
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Russia
Phil Selman (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 20 D
Civil Disorders
Phil Selman (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1901) with 4 centres.
Professor_Moriarty (100 D)Italy (Spring, 1904) with 2 centres.
nbstephan (100 D)Austria (Autumn, 1904) with 3 centres.
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