Finished: 04 AM Sun 25 Nov 18 UTC
Private LSA Gamers 1
7 days /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1910, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Laszlosaurus (211 D)

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12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: Your Royal Highnesses, Monsieur Le President, Sultan,

warm and fraternal greetings on behalf of Her Majesty's Government.

Her Britannic Majesty looks forward to a long period of peace on the continent of Europe.

Your humble servant

The General Elliott
12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: I too hope relations can be cordial between the Russian bear and all of my smaller neighbours.
12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: I intend to waltz to victory in this game
12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: The Austrian Ambassador asked me if the game selected the sides randomly. I confirm it did. Hence I am stuck out in the cold North Sea with no friends...
12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: One might say that Her Britannic Majesty can take the long course and hide like the coward he is in the North Sea whilst the mighty forces of Europe do battle
12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: The Austrian Ambassador has been on again asking about "save" and "ready". You can make your moves and then save them. If you want to commit to them then click "ready". Once everyone is ready the moves will take effect.
I guess - but don't know - you can change "ready" back if at least one other player is not ready.
I also guess - but don't know - that all moves will go ahead after 7 days so if you are not ready by then tough.
12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: If you click save (your orders) and then ready a green tick is displayed next to the Saved button. The ready button can quickly be toggled back and the tick will revert to grey. .Below the orders you can see all 7 nations and their current state. You can quickly see who is ready to proceed (green tick) and who is saved but not ready to proceed (grey tick). Two exclamation marks indicate that the nation has not submitted any orders.
12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: On the bottom right of the map there is a little icon - just below the Aegean Sea - I dare you to click it - go on - you know you want to.
12 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: Sigh, I think I just missed the bus with some last minute diplomacy...
13 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: There's plenty time. Moves only have to be confirmed by 19th June. Turn only moves on before then if every declares themselves ready.
14 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: You may find the following link useful - at least until the game gets going properly - https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Diplomacy
15 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: Greetings fellow Diplomats,

anyone got any news on how the Balkan carve up is going? One hears snippets but who can one trust?
16 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: I know that there are many in Romania who wish for our Russian Emperor to come and help them run the country.
16 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: Au contraire! I have it on good authority from loyalists in the Balkans that citizens in all surrounding supply centers have long yearned to join the restored Ottoman Empire. The Sultan, in his most magnanimous magnificence, of course agrees to bestow his protection over all willing subjects.
16 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: So Balkan loyalists in three of the most deeply Christian countries in the known world are seeking an Islamic Sultanate? I fear that your authorities are deeply and obviously misguided or, worse still, are trying to manipulate the Sultan to their own ends. It might be worth you checking the veracity of such claims to avoid exposing yourself to enitrely unreasonable but completely understandable ridicule.
16 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: I speak of course of those still loyal to the Empire, who yearn for a return to wise and just rule. While it is true that many held fast to their Orthodox faith, all Christians, Jews, and smaller sects are allowed to prosper and freely worship with few rights denied them. How thankful they were for inclusion in such a pluralistic society when Catholicism splintered and Europe sunk into centuries of bitter religious strife!
17 Jun 18 UTC Spring, 1901: Don’t forget to click “ready” when you’re happy with your moves. Once everyone has done that the game will move us on to the next turn.
18 Jun 18 UTC Autumn, 1901: Felicitations to all my friends throughout the Continent.
18 Jun 18 UTC Autumn, 1901: Not what I was expecting! Particularly those hold orders. Though I suppose Turkey has a pretty rigid selection of opening moves available and for nations with more neighbors the diplomatic balance becomes more complicated.
19 Jun 18 UTC Autumn, 1901: Just so everyone knows, I'll be traveling back to America today. Please don't mistake my silence as sinister scheming, I'm just unable to talk for a while.

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