Finished: 02 AM Fri 19 Mar 21 UTC
Why me
1 day /phase
Pot: 35 D - Autumn, 1917, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by 335750162 (156 D)
07 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1907: The policy regarding an Austrian controlled Spain has been voted down by a vote of 2 in favour versus 298 against.

We have warm beds for you and your men waiting in Liverpool. Best of luck with the journey. A landing in Spain would be considered an invasion and our military will respond as such.
07 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1907: 2 voted in favour?
Giles, get the guillotine.
07 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1907: Has anyone actually heard from Russia? They haven't responded to any of my fav mail, I'm starting to wonder if I should be writing in cyrillic..
07 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1907: *fan mail
07 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Yeah, they messaged me twice. I'm afraid Russia may not be interested in your...fan mail. May we have a sample though?
07 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Dearly Beloved Tsar,
Please stop spanking me for a little bit so that I can have a naked mud wrestle with Italy.
Your friend,
remaining red and hopefully not dead,
Austria
08 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Russia, respond to Austria. That was gold.
08 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: The policy regarding the re-declaration of war against Germany has been put to vote. The council remains undecided at 149 votes for and 149 votes against.

You're on thin ice, Germany. Do as I say, or both Munich and Holland shall be mine.
08 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: I understand.
That letter to Russia was far smexier than me.
It's okay if you're happier with them.
Don't mind me.
BTW: 300 councillors in the first vote, 298 in the second?
Thank you, Giles.
08 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: LOL, I totally missed that. France gets the public press victory medal!
08 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: I will continue my new plan of earning my continued existence at Russia's pleasure by providing comic relief.
08 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Note: this is not an advised strategy.
08 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: My god, what has this game become?
08 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: I guarantee it'll end with a Russia-France smackdown.
10 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1908: Apologies for the lack of communications. There is a brewing civil dispute in the French Republic that is getting out of hand. I am unable to share details many details, but in short...

The French Republic has been accused of executing political rivals. Thomas (my name) has never seen such bullshit. Giles does not own a guillotine, and it was pure coincidence that the heads of disagreeing councillors were found mounted atop the Eiffel Tower. This "issue" seemed to have angered the populace...as well as gave influence to a growing faction within France.

We are dealing with the situation as swiftly as possible, while also keeping up with the war efforts. Thank you all for your continued cooperation.
10 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1908: The mud wrestle is over. Italy are great, 10/10
10 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1908: The Kaiser does not know a 'Giles', nor has he ever been under the federal employ of said frenchman.
10 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1908: Support Budapest again please. Also, are you willing to support Serbia to take Rumania?
10 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1908: oh lol
10 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1908: plz eignore ty ty
14 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1909: Greetings. "New" leadership is now in charge of France. The old Republic has been found guilty of "crimes" against "humanity" and they have since been disposed of (apparently threatening and silencing political opponents as well as establishing concentration camps for all the non-Paris individuals is "unacceptable" these days).

In midst of all the panic, we discovered the Napoleon had children on his banished island; his descendant, Napoleon V, returned with foreign support and reclaimed France, effectively turning our country into an Empire once more. For some reason his majesty appointed me, the Foreign Affairs Minister of the old Republic, as the Foreign Affairs Minister of the French Empire.

Glory to the New Empire and to our majesty, Napoleon Bonaparte the fifth. Vive la France.
14 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1909: Oh..uh...his majesty wanted to give a message to all of you...erm...he says the following:

"fuk all of u u r all clearly haking im bout to get into MOS COW just lik pappa did but ima actgually epic fortnite dance on during spring this time. yall are fuked specially you stupid russia bet ur momm left you just like mine did FRANCE EMPIRE OUT BITCHHH"
15 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1909: *Kkkkkksshhhhh* this is special agent Hans reporting from behind enemy lines... *Kkkkshhhhhhhh*
15 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1909: Your transmission has been received. Everyone in France including the animals are perplexed as to how Russia allowed for not one, not two, but an entire battalion of Austrian troops to bypass the Russian defences.

Our French and German forces have been fighting to break through for years and the Austrians are able to do it in a couple months. Unbelievable. Keep up the good work; we will make a note to never fuck with Austria's military.
17 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1910: GameMaster: Game was extended due to at least 1 member failing to enter orders and having an excused missed turn available. This has un-readied all orders.
18 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1910: Hi there new Austria
20 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1911: ITALY HAS BALLS OF STEEL, WHY DIDN'T YOU SUPPORT ROME OMG
22 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1912: Hello everyone, I have another important announcement to make.

The French Republic has managed to banish Napoleon again to another island, this time in Antarctica. Hopefully the bastard freezes.

We have brought back our diplomatic voting system which is, of course, free of corruption, political pressure, and executions.
22 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1912: With that said, the first policy we have voted on is the execution of all Italians in France should the Italian empire not surrender in the next 2 years. This policy has been approved by a vote of 300 in favour and 0 against.

Italy, if you care about your fellow Italians at all, you will lay down your arms. Demilitarize Naples, Rome, Tuscany, Venice, Tyrolia, Trieste, Serbia, Greece, Naples, the Ionian, and the Aegean Sea immediately, or you will have been the cause of a mass genocide. It will all be YOUR fault.
24 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1912: Germany we have to work together with Russia to stop France
24 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1912: Watch out France, with Italy's determination he may just go full Germany with Lenin in WWI and bring back Napoleon.
24 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1912: Good one Austria
24 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1912: Thanks for the heads-up, Austria.

Germany, I don't know about you, but I refuse to draw with these kinds of people. One of them ignored me for half the game and the other caused the genocide of the entire Italian population in France. Mark my words; assist me, and you will be put in the draw. I operate based on a system of repayment, and right now, I'm currently in your debt.
24 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1912: Really!
France is at 15 SC
24 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1912: Do not refer to me as France in this context, we don't operate alone.

Germany and I have formed the "Greater French-German Federation". Any SCs under our sphere of influence has its power and ownership effectively shared between the two of us.

Besides, my disdain for the Russian and Italian empires far outweighs my desire to solo. Don't listen to their lies, Germany. We'll prosper together under our joint leadership.
28 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1913: Moderator: (Aurelin): Paused.
01 Mar 21 UTC Autumn, 1913: Moderator: (Aurelin): Unpaused. Have fun!
03 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1914: Hey, Russia. Italy's throwing you out the window. How's about working with myself and Germany? I'm sympathetic to smaller nations struggling for survival, so I'll keep you in the final draw.
09 Mar 21 UTC Autumn, 1915: GameMaster: Game was extended due to at least 1 member failing to enter orders and having an excused missed turn available. This has un-readied all orders.
18 Mar 21 UTC Oh my god, I am so sorry! My units have disobeyed my orders and have invaded Germany, who could have predicted this. I will have to reprimand them immediately, this sort of catastrophe was unprecedented and a complete accident.
18 Mar 21 UTC That's convenient, considering that you have won now.
18 Mar 21 UTC This is the unfortunate side-effect. I hope you can find it in your heart to forgive my terrible terrible soldiers for going against my orders and razing your cities to the ground. Truly horrific.
18 Mar 21 UTC I knew you were going to win eventually, France, but I thought... I hoped... that we had something special... Obviously not.
Sigh
19 Mar 21 UTC With previous Germany, maybe. Once they civil disordered though, I just couldn't throw away the chance to grab my first ever solo.
19 Mar 21 UTC UHHH I mean

MY GODDAMN ARMIES MADE THE WRONG MOVES, I NEVER INVADED ANYONE NOOOO I DIDN'T WANT TO SOLO >:(((((((
19 Mar 21 UTC Hey, way to go France!
19 Mar 21 UTC And GG
19 Mar 21 UTC Ay, thanks Austria, it was indeed a very good game. Perhaps if you had showed up earlier, things could have ended differently.
19 Mar 21 UTC Lol
19 Mar 21 UTC GG

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France
335750162 (156 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 35 D
22 supply-centers, 17 units
Russia
freeman69 (49 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
5 supply-centers, 3 units
Germany
SJ36992 (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
4 supply-centers, 6 units
Italy
Redesdale (736 D)
Survived. Bet: 0 D
3 supply-centers, 5 units
England
KinkyCupcake (127 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Turkey
Diplomat_20 (85 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Austria
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Civil Disorders
Dealmaker (113 D)Austria (Autumn, 1910) with 3 centres.
bananegagnante (100 D)Italy (Autumn, 1905) with 6 centres.
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