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Finished: 09 AM Wed 03 Nov 10 UTC
Aretz
1 day /phase
Pot: 138 D - Autumn, 6, Finished
The Ancient Mediterranean, Public messaging only, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Lily (122 D)
13 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 1: Good game all. :)
13 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 1: Yes, good game!
13 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 1: Good luck everybody
15 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 1: Welcome, new-Greece-player. :)
15 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 1: Thanks
16 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 2: Hey Rome, thought I'd offer the olive branch, let's keep out of eachother's business for a while :)
17 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 2: Considering it looks like Carthage is moving on me, despite Egypt coming after them, I think that sounds like a wonderful idea.
17 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 2: See what happens when you are nice!
25 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 4: Egypt! You're killing us!
25 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 4: Woah man
25 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 4: Actually, I think I might be the one killing you.... :P
26 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 4: I tried to be gracious by letting Egypt have Leptis, but he only wanted more, so he and I have two front wars, while Rome and Persia have single fronts and a big border separated by two failed Greek powers. All for one SC. Unless Persia has gone absent too.
27 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 5: Hi everyone! :)
27 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 5: Hi Greece! How about you help me out against Rome? He's getting too strong
28 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 5: Ah, but see, I've been perfectly friendly towards Greece this whole time. Look back over the messages - we have a nice armistice going on right now, if you'd like to continue it.
28 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 5: Can Balaeres convoy?
28 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 5: Ah, Egypt. The choices you have. Fight Rome and get hardly anywhere while Egypt gobbles up a missing Persia, or take your half of Persia, only to see a glorious Roman victory. :)
28 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 5: Rome, is survival an option if I help you take down Egypt?
28 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 5: I guess that settles it then. Though it may be a fruitless battle, you leave me with few choices, Rome.
29 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 5: Sorry, was already set on that course of action, and you didn't respond to my message, so I saw no reason to turn around. And Carthage... possibly. We'll see how things play out, but I'm willing to consider it.
29 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 5: I was not around to read it until the new turn ticked in, but that's fine. I guess this game needs a balancing force anyway. So Egypt, let's keep out of each others hair for a while and see if we cannot strike back at the romans.
29 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 5: All right that sounds good to me.
29 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 5: Best of luck with that. Now would be a great time for someone to pick up Persia... XD
30 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 5: No I need those SC!
30 Oct 10 UTC Autumn, 5: Go Rome! :)
31 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 6: :P Thanks Carthage. I'm leaving you Cirta for now, keeps you with two units, hopefully.
31 Oct 10 UTC Spring, 6: Thanks Rome, I do appreciate it! :)

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Rome
Lily (122 D)
Won. Bet: 20 D, won: 81 D
18 supply-centers, 14 units
Egypt
Steve7845 (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 20 D, won: 36 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Greece
dachi (644 D)
Survived. Bet: 24 D, won: 18 D
4 supply-centers, 4 units
Carthage
Jefe (100 D (S))
Survived. Bet: 20 D, won: 5 D
1 supply-centers, 2 units
Persia
Chad (103 D)
Resigned. Bet: 20 D
3 supply-centers, 5 units
Civil Disorders
phsoccer (122 D)Greece (Autumn, 1) with 3 centres.
Chad (103 D)Persia (Spring, 5) with 7 centres.
Fizzleborp (100 D)Greece (Autumn, 3) with 6 centres.
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