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Finished: 12 AM Mon 30 Jul 18 UTC
Hey Look, It's a Classic game-60
1 day /phase
Pot: 70 D - Spring, 1917, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
15 Jun 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: Hi! New ENG here! Please update me :)
15 Jun 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: Welcome to the game. Here's the rundown:
England (you): Started by fighting Russia has now turned its attention towards Germany after the alter stabbed France, a mutual ally. It has since unsuccessfully tried to contain Germany.
Turkey (me): Forces split on two fronts trying to contain two powers at once. In the North encircling Germany in response to an English plea for help while in the south trying to prevent France from breaking through the stalemate line in the Mediterranean.
Russia: After a simultaneous attack by Turkey and England and a surprise attack by Germany, Russia is currently down to one center. Its last army in Moscow is being supported by Germany in an attempt to slow down the Turkish encirclement. However, if Germany will eventually succeed in pushing Turkey back it will immediately take Moscow for itself so the survival prospects of Russia are minimal.
France: Currently in a stalemate with Germany, France is focusing most of its forces on a push in the Mediterranean. Whether it manages to push past the stalemate line or gets locked there will determine if France has a chance at a solo this game.
Austria: A attack in Italy has turned into a scramble to prevent the French advance before it's too late. While outnumbered fleet wise 3 to 1 Austria is being supported by Turkey which brings it to parity with France.
Italy: Victim of the race between France and Austria for the control of the Mediterranean Italy needs a miracle to escape elimination.
Germany: With only one plan: "to dominate" (in its own words) Germany has made hostile moves towards all of its neighbors. As a result, it now finds itself surrounded. though still in a relatively strong position. The biggest winner of the French-Austrian conflict and the English absence, Germany still has a good shot if it can push into France or England quick enough and sway the other to its side.
15 Jun 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: More details can likely be found in the private conversations of the previous English player.
15 Jun 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: Nice summation, truth sprinkled with some lies.
15 Jun 18 UTC Autumn, 1903: In truth you're the one in the best position here, being able to focus your forces better than anyone else. You might be the biggest winner of Italy's downfall and our disarray.

The only ones I've misled are France and England, and the small benefit that has given me likely won't last long.
18 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1904: Your mislead was foreseen then England went into CV which sucked
06 Jul 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: DRAW Vote is set from my site, if the AUS - TRK Alliance is willing to it :)
06 Jul 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: I already offered a draw to France a while ago under favorable conditions (DMZ in the med splitting Germany) and he turned it down. He effectively turned down his chance at being part of a draw.
06 Jul 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: The "terms" of Turkey's deal was for me to move out of the Western Med (a sea surrounded entirely by territories that are mine) and let him stay in the Gulf of Lyon next to all of my SCs and far from any of his territories.

So of course I decline because it wasn't a draw deal he was asking me to move out of the way so Austria and he could easily move into my territory.

Austria messaged England and myself about a draw and we both agreed yet he continued with his offensive on my southern SCs.

So please don't blame me for there being no draw.
07 Jul 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: lets calm down everbody and draw now. my vote is still set. we all had our little differences, but now we should all forget it and DRAW :)
07 Jul 18 UTC Autumn, 1908: I’m up for a draw still
20 Jul 18 UTC Autumn, 1911: #metoo
24 Jul 18 UTC Spring, 1913: @TRK: Austria says he DRAW voted, why aren't you voting? Going single?

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