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Finished: 03 PM Thu 24 Jun 10 UTC
Who rules the world?
1 day /phase
Pot: 213 D - Autumn, 2013, Finished
World Diplomacy IX, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
30 Apr 10 UTC Spring, 2000: [Brazil]:Good luck all, have some fun!
03 May 10 UTC Spring, 2001: [Russia]:Confirm your moves if you're ready to go all. No sense waiting another 6 hours if everyones ready
03 May 10 UTC Spring, 2001: [Russia]:Confirm your moves if you're ready to go all. No sense waiting another 6 hours if everyones ready
03 May 10 UTC Spring, 2001: [Ghana]:Hey russia, hit F5 for refresh or click on another link instead of refreshing, that way it won't repost.
03 May 10 UTC Spring, 2001: [Russia]:Confirm your moves if you're ready to go all. No sense waiting another 6 hours if everyones ready
03 May 10 UTC Spring, 2001: [Russia]:Confirm your moves if you're ready to go all. No sense waiting another 6 hours if everyones ready
03 May 10 UTC Spring, 2001: [Russia]:Sorry bout that.
08 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2002: [Quebec]:My precious laaaaaaands
11 May 10 UTC Spring, 2003: [China]:Time for more civil disorder..
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Brazil]:Ohhh my god. LOL. China, OZ, South Africa, and USA have all played together before. No wonder why tey trust each other so much. Hahahaha. Whatever happened to no friends?
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [USA]:I've played with you before too, buddy. It's uncanny how well we cooperate.
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Brazil]:We may of played ONCE. You guys have played at least 4 times RECENTLY with each other.
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Brazil]:Mmmm. I reported you guys already. I encourage others to do the same.
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Brazil]:Look at their profiles if you do not believe me. ;) And the games they played.
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Ghana]:I also see perfect starting places for a good alliance. past games will always influence future games. I told you this in another game, but yet again you whine and complain when you get stabbed for poorly playing and being a bad ally.
If those 4 were all together, then one or more would need to die. This is not the first world game where a SA/China/OZ alliance has gotten a ton of power fast.
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Brazil]:I have never played with you Ghana, nice try though. Bad ally? I have done nothing against anyone.
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Argentina]:actually it is. thats a pointless allanice... game goes on faster
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Brazil]:I agree. I rarely see that alliance work. Someone tried it in another one of my games, and OZ got owned, China got steam rolled by India, I ate India, USA is dominating, and South Africa is getting mauled. (G-17 Conference)

Look at all of your of your other games oyu have played with each other. Either drawn, or permanent alliance. Trust me, I watched them screen by screen. You guys are either friends in real life, or friends just oon the website. Which is considered cheating. >_>
17 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [China]:Any diplomacy that has been done has all been in game. We have certainly had issues with each other as well and are not all allied. Only person I have "worked" with is Oz. While I knew people playing this game, I certainly was not here to ally with them.

These "other" games you are looking at have been strictly Europe games against each other. Nothing wrong with that.
18 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2004: [Brazil]:Europe games only against each other? Not quite. My friend in real life was in a few of them, and all the time you guys teamed up on him. Not really fair now is it? Tell me, how often does Germany, Italy, Turkey, and Russia ally against Austria? Not very often. Especially when Germany has France to worry about and England. (Who convienently did not attack Germany either. Hmmmm... Very suspicious if I say so myself.)
25 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2006: [China]:Hello everyone, there's a new China.
25 May 10 UTC Autumn, 2006: [South-Africa]:Hello new china.
05 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 2008: [Ghana]:shall we draw this?
05 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 2008: [Russia]:Fine with me
05 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 2009: [Western-Canada]:I'd be happy playing maybe a few more turns. If Ghana hadn't come back I was going to suggest we draw, but with him here it might be worth playing a little while longer.
07 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 2009: [Ghana]:uhg, I'm personally tired of this game, and going till someone hits 44 does not sound appealing, so personally I'm all for a draw for the four of us.
13 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 2011: [Russia]:Still no interest in a draw? At this point it looks pretty clear the outcome is decided.
13 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 2011: [China]:No. Sorry.
17 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 2012: [Ghana]:I would still like a draw. if you do not, then I will keep playing to spite you. There is not that much in the pot, just draw and let us move on, some of us are in summer and cannot play as well as we normally could.
17 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 2012: [China]:On the one side, you do have a point.

On the other, I actually wouldn't mind if you played for real, it won't spite me in any way, it's a matter of respecting the opposition. When I joined I was at war with three nations, did reasonably well, they missed some moves. Now suddenly I have to drop the game because you decide to not play.

You are strong and Africa is easy defend. Can you give me some reason why I should respect your request when you yourself don't care to protect your own interest and just come in to drag on the turns? :)

If Canada wants to draw I'm fine, otherwise I'd wait a bit more.
18 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 2012: [Russia]:Oh just end it already.
22 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 2013: [Western-Canada]:Sorry I've been slow, guys. Busy couple of days.

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China
Ivo_ivanov (7545 D)
Drawn. Bet: 37 D, won: 107 D
39 supply-centers, 32 units
Western-Canada
Rusty (179 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 107 D
37 supply-centers, 33 units
Ghana
Iouna (139 D)
Resigned. Bet: 10 D
10 supply-centers, 8 units
Quebec
SynalonEtuul (1050 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Russia
Corn - FTW (727 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Near-East
Rusty Scupper (341 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Frozen-Antarctica
TheJon123 (298 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
South-Africa
dmphil (133 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Kenya
Rorschach! (126 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Argentina
Shino (113 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Libya
mathyoda (108 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Brazil
Sephiran (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
India
SamWest (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Europe
stealer9887 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 6 D
Oz
alstado (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
USA
WebPhut (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Pacific-Russia
warboner (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
TheJon123 (298 D)Frozen-Antarctica (Spring, 2002) with 1 centres.
stealer9887 (100 D)Europe (Autumn, 2004) with 0 centres.
dmphil (133 D)South-Africa (Spring, 2008) with 17 centres.
Boodaboy (104 D)China (Spring, 2006) with 15 centres.
alstado (100 D)Oz (Autumn, 2006) with 2 centres.
Iouna (139 D)Ghana (Autumn, 2012) with 17 centres.
WebPhut (100 D)USA (Autumn, 2006) with 0 centres.
anglachel42 (0 D X)Europe (Spring, 2003) with 3 centres.
Sephiran (100 D)Brazil (Autumn, 2007) with 1 centres.
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