Finished: 08 AM Sat 23 Mar 19 UTC
Private Shower Chat on the Aegean
1 day /phase
Pot: 25 D - Autumn, 10, Finished
The Ancient Mediterranean, Anonymous players, Unranked, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game won by deadmanfinkes (103 D)
01 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 1: Have a great game everyone!
07 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 4: You know guys we are all friends let's just call it a draw here and now
07 Mar 19 UTC Autumn, 4: I love that sudden tone change
07 Mar 19 UTC Autumn, 4: Let's go play like bingo or something that doesn't involve large armies that look terrifying
07 Mar 19 UTC Autumn, 4: Yeah like risk
07 Mar 19 UTC Autumn, 4: Can I just admire persia’s fucking wall of death out there in the east
08 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 5: Ya... it kinda keeps me from trying anything funny
16 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 8: Whoops, sorry I forgot to react, y’all. National celebration, we were all hungover
19 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 9: Greece be like
20 Mar 19 UTC Autumn, 9: Any chance we can call it a draw?
20 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: There is a chance
20 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: Well, there was before you attacked me
20 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: Tbh I thought you were going to take Macedonia during that last turn so I was attempting to prevent the instant win so I could attempt negotiating a draw.
20 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: While moving troops to the DMZ? uh huh. Totally.
20 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: Needed room to put new troops
20 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: My spawn room is tiny
20 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: I know I can not win against you and I cant get through Persias wall. So all I can do is ask for a draw.

I kept Greece at bay from the south allowing you to freely swoop in.

Persia has done nothing wrong to you.

I know i have done a few non favorable movee but over all I have been a fair ally to you.

This turn I am moving all of my troops away from everything of yours. I know you will probably go for the win but I ask as a long time ally against the Greeks please draw with me.
21 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: I say we could all call it a draw after I take Sarmatia. If you want to Carthage that's fine. Like you and Egypt I just wanted to keep Greece from winning whichever way seems more fair to everyone I offer either I will take Greece out or Carthage will and we will draw. What do you think?
21 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: Greece is already dead
21 Mar 19 UTC Spring, 10: I've already voted for a draw. I hope the two of you will as well
21 Mar 19 UTC It is quite bullshit to attack someone and then call a draw
21 Mar 19 UTC After you both agreed to wait on conquering
21 Mar 19 UTC Your seriously calling that an attack? It's like I threw a speck of dirt in your general direction. Most it did was stall a single turn.
21 Mar 19 UTC I had asked for a draw quite a few hours before turn finding no response I decided to try to prevent you winning that turn to try to negotiate the draw. Greece was already dead. So our truce was at an end, so you were free to take Macedonia and win. I just wanted the one turn to attempt a draw
22 Mar 19 UTC Well, your logic appears flawed
22 Mar 19 UTC Well either way gg everybody. This was pretty fun since this is my first time playing diplomacy
22 Mar 19 UTC :)
22 Mar 19 UTC For sure!
22 Mar 19 UTC You have won for now but our prophets have seen into the future. Carthage, you definitely deserve that genocide Rome is going to dish out to you.

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deadmanfinkes (103 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 5 D
19 supply-centers, 16 units
KnollVela (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
8 supply-centers, 11 units
Melody135 (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
7 supply-centers, 7 units
OfficerB98 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
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authornotavailable (100 D)Rome (Autumn, 5) with 0 centres.
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