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Finished: 03 PM Sat 16 Aug 08 UTC
Private Rhubarb-6
1 day /phase
Pot: 696 D - Autumn, 1914, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by galahad911 (331 D)
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: I kindly request that you all stay out of my oceans.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: The Third Republic recognizes the German right to the seas.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: As always, the Bulldog has severity over the seas. The Ottoman Empire will send the usual tariffs for use of the sea lanes.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: England kindly greets all European powers and wishes for nothing but peace.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: hmm Spelling has always been a strong point for the Ottoman Empire.
Germany has Sovereignty over the seas.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: GameMaster: Fedral has taken over Italy.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: Hey, Italy is here! You got a problem wit dat? Fuggedaboutit.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: New Guys! (Russia and Austria)
Be sure to talk to everybody. Silence is usually interpreted as hostility and can generate an early loss due to all of your neighbors attacking you.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: I second that wholeheartedly. In diplomacy your best weapons are words.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: I was wondering in case i cant log on in time if i have orders that are set but ot finalized they will go through or will they just hold
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: if you set your orders they will go through as long as you hit the update button
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: They will go through. I typically will put in my orders immediately and change them as the diplomatic climate dictates.
07 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: k thx
08 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1901: Greetings from Mother Russia. I want nothing more than peace and prosperity for all.
09 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1901: Sorry all, my internet connection has been spotty at best. Might make things difficult communications wise until the repairmen get here.
14 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1903: Looks like Ambrose is holding up the game. Does anyone know if he entered in his orders last turn or did time lapse?
14 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1903: He didn't put in his orders, missing this turn will put him in CD.
15 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1904: Sorry guys.
Life got in the way a bit. (Stupid Work)
19 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1905: This game's combat resolution mechanic is fked up. My Rome army's support to Naples should not have been broken with the Venice support hold. I'm done with this game until the game's programers figure out how to read the rules from the original game and implement them properly.
19 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1905: Tuscany broke your support.
19 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1905: In the board game, it would have taken TWO armies attacking Rome to break the support, since I have a support hold from Venice.
19 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1905: Venice succesfully supported the hold at Rome
Rome was forced to change its order from 'support hold' to "hold" as it was being attacked, AKA having its support cut.
19 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1905: It's support should not have been broken with the Tuscany attack since the Rome square had an additional strength point from Venice. In the board game, it would have taken TWO armies/fleets attacking Rome to break its support of Naples.
19 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1905: Like I said, the rules they are using are NOT the same as the board game. Like I said, I'm angry about the differences in the rulesets.
19 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1905: The 'support hold' from Venice, only did that. It supported the unit holding against mine. It didn't 'support the support'. Thats per the boardgame.
19 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1905: and for the most part 95%, the online version stays faithful to the tabletop. Self dislodges, Self disbands didn't make it to the php version.
19 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1906: No sir, there were two ways to stop your Tuscan army from interfering with the Rome support. One was to have Venice attack Tuscany, the other was to have Venice support Rome and thuse give rome a strength of two. This is per the Avalon Hill Diplomacy rules 1976
19 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1906: This will be the last time, the affluent, respected nation of France will offer alliance to Italy.

Time to kiss the Emperors ring

: )
19 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1906: Venice attacking Tuscany would have caused a bounce, Tuscany still would have bounced at Rome (cutting support in the process)

Anyhow, I'm willing to place a gentlemans bet of one chipotle burrito as to the legality of the whole thing. (with guacamole)
01 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1911: Titty!
01 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: ohh well good game all had lots of fun fare well from the austrian empire
04 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1912: Dammit! Work ran longer than expected. I thought I'd get home in time. :(
06 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: rapscallions!
06 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: Raconteurs!
06 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: Hey , if you jerks stay on for the next 10mins we can end this tonight.
06 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: lol

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Russia
galahad911 (331 D)
Won. Bet: 100 D, won: 4408 D
19 supply-centers, 17 units
England
angstpuppet (1035 D)
Survived. Bet: 100 D, won: 2784 D
12 supply-centers, 10 units
France
Karkand (2167 D)
Survived. Bet: 100 D, won: 696 D
3 supply-centers, 6 units
Turkey
TheBugKing (400 D)
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Germany
jagavahn (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Austria
Defeated. Bet: 100 D
Italy
Fedral (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 96 D
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