Finished: 10 AM Fri 23 Apr 10 UTC
Private Battle of Brisneyland
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 70 D - Spring, 1915, Finished
Classic, Public messaging only, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
22 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1910: or we could move EC - MAO ... Lon - EC and complete the great convoy
but there's nowhere to land
22 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1910: someone should wipe syria off the map - no one else got to keep a tribute state.
22 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1910: England, how about getting you Greece?
22 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1910: (I really hope that message is not too late)
22 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1910: greece is good but we'll need support from Bulgaria
22 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1910: i'll save my move to greece and cross my fingers i get support :)
23 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: Italy - Thanks for Greece :) how about....
Greece and Bulgaria support hold each other and they both resist any Austrian attack. Serbia falls but u support hold Tri [with Tyr and Ven] to gain Tri in exchange. Ionian supports Apu - Adr disbanding that fleet.
24 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: England - could I suggest a fleet build in Lvp which would move for Mid-Atlantic Ocean so we can get your armies convoyed into places like Greece or the Turkish centres. A build in Edi by comparison would look quite hostile to your German brothers across the seas.
25 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: Defensive surely, given the approach from Kiel, but hostile how?
How about: I build an army, u move EC – MAO, and I’ll move Lon – EC?
25 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: that would let us begin convoying a full year earlier.
25 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: That also means I am leaving Belgium even more wide open that it currently is. Kiel has to move towards Holland because if I don't take steps like that you can make a mess of Holland/Belgium without my having any defence or retribution capability. I am trying to be fair and let you gain centres at a similar speed to Italy and I - but in order to do so I need to see you units disperse a bit rather than massing directly at my relatively poorly defended backdoor. I appeciate that might be annoying, but I would ask that you remember which of us that it was who stabbed last time - and therefore who might have good reason to be a little worried :)
25 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1911: Thank you England. Your understanding is much appreciated by the german people.
27 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1911: italy i've got greece - agean if u can support
27 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1911: Germany - look to Norway - England have you two to one and left you unable to hold it.
England - look like Italy didn't do as requested.
i see many crevisses opening up in this three way alliance... I'll put it out there again - Germany and Italy - you are welcome to join me in a three way draw....
27 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1911: England - I would like to know what the move to North Sea/Norwegian Sea were all about. I will await your response before deciding what to do.
It might be that in order to guarantee the security of Norway we have to have some agreed bounces (i.e. we agree I am moving Kiel - Den, so that if you take Norway rather than moving North - Den you lose Den).
27 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1911: Aww :( The loss of Greece is bad for me (as well as for England)
28 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1911: my german ally who trusts me so: the blockade in the channel gives me little choices for manuvering, norwegian will be porceeding to NAO. given our alliance i thought u would not take my forced removal of your channel fleet in any good light nor my thoughts on bouncing with u in hol last round but that could have been amusing, u will also note kiel didn't attack u, nor did bre move to pic. i'm not keen on russian tactics of forced bounces to prove loyalty as that worked so well for russia and france.
i would also like to ask for more open communication between italy and germany as together u can be more effective against austria.
28 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1911: Thanks for the explanation england - a move to NAO would certainly allow the german people to rest a bit more comfortably. I confirm I will not move on Lon/Den - and will just hold the faith rather than using agreed bounces.
As for comms with Italy - I'll see what I can do - but my keeping silent has been to try and make Austria guess what we are doing (so that it is nearly impossible for them to work out which supports might be cut from round to round).
Regards, your german ally who continues to trust you so, albeit in a slightly paranoid way :)
29 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: England: I am hoping to have the Ionian Sea free for you (with support) if you like.
I understand that you might want to keep it where it is for an upcoming convoy.
29 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: Italy - i'll move to ionian - won't get too far ahead this time :P
30 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: May we have a small pause for easter as my tent won't have internet :P
Thursday morning will be my last chance to enter orders untill monday afternoon.
30 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: Tuesday afternoon sorry :s
30 Mar 10 UTC Autumn, 1911: No worries - happy camping :)
31 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1912: Italy - let me know which one of us you want to move into Bulgaria. Happy for it to be you if you want and Rum will just provide support.
England - I appreciate the move to NAO. I have built enough fleets for my protection now and I intend to withdraw from the english channel to belgium so that you can have greater security for your home centres and can consider convoying the army in Brest to somewhere useful. St Petersburg will return to the south. I would also like to get your tank in Prussia into some more action if you are interested so I am intending to support a move of Prussia to Silesia.
Austria - Would you please vote pause as otherwise the english are going to stop entering orders because the English King has gone on a camping holiday.
31 Mar 10 UTC Spring, 1912: I'm just far too obliging... I should have asked (before i hit the pause button) what's in it for me? Ah - feck the lot of ya's....
06 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1912: Germany, I would like to go into Bulgaria, and would appreciate your help.
07 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1912: Support for Bul has been ordered. I will send out a search party for our Austrian friend...
08 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1912: Screw you guys - I'm not unpausing... ;-)
08 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1912: Well.... this seems kinda ironic... Austria pushed back into the same position I was in.... Good Luck!
10 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1912: oops... ok then...
germany - i'll be shifting north - ec and prussia - silesia
italy - i'll take greece.
turkey - can't u raise some form of resistance in syira :(
i fear austria may invade your little republic shortly.
10 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1912: England - I'll be supporting Prussia - Silesia again and would be glad to see the North Sea vacated. I will keep all my fleets exactly where they are - so that we can make the north sea a demilitarized zone.
Italy - I'm not sure I can help you other than just giving you a peaceful border to your north - but you can rest assured I will continue to do that.
12 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1913: Italy - i have my line of fleets advancing to Tyrrhenian,
and Greece - Agean, so if u want to move Ionian - Eastern Med ....
12 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1913: England - if you are still online - I'll leave Bohemia open so you can keep moving that army of yours. We could either try and get it to move Boh, Tyr, Tri (in spring), Alb so it can be convoyed or maybe Boh, Tyr, Pie, Tus so it can be convoyed.
12 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1913: ok Sil - Boh thanks :)
but seriously think we're reaching saturation point :P
12 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1913: But this way you can leave a pink trail across the middle of Europe - like writing I was here :)
13 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: England, Battleships in position :)
13 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: England - I think Tyrolia is the next move in your cross-Europe journey if you are interested. Hope you didn't mind my self-bounce in the north sea - just me being paranoid as usual :)
Italy/England - you need to coordinate your fleet movements and I'll just keep moving Sev - Arm to keep Ankara busy
13 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: I've never seen such a large movement list (via convoy)... ever
13 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: Possible the best way for randomness to endure, is to let you England decide which of the two ex-turkish republics to attack (my two units are attacking what they can).
13 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: So just to be clear - England supports one attack or the other?
13 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: Correct
14 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: germany - no worries about nth - i know how u like my fleets :P
Boh - Tyr ... then to Pie ;)

italy - i'll support some attack then :P i've seen convoys from syria - Stp but they were just showing off, i'd like to try Brest to greece :o
14 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: I can help with that convoy :)
14 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1913: England, Germany - I can support both of your moves. Please let me know which unit to support.
15 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 1914: How about Con supports me E Med supports England?
England you need to let our green friend know whether it is Gre or Aeg that will attack.
18 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1914: italy - no pie for me? how about a concession of Portugal or Spain?
just to even up our numbers.
nice psychic work at Smyrna BTW :)
18 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1914: I assume we are still keen for a draw...
18 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1914: Yes - I am still willing to draw - and I do not intend to remove my vote for a draw.
Either or Italy and I could try stabbing for a win - but I strongly believe that England and the other one of Italy/Germany could easily stop the win between them.
That - and the fact that if I tried stabbing for the win now - noone would ever trust me in these games ever again :)
20 Apr 10 UTC Autumn, 1914: yes - i'm still keen for a draw too :)
21 Apr 10 UTC Just finish the wretched game - alright!

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