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Finished: 08 PM Tue 09 Sep 08 UTC
the world is mine!
1 day /phase
Pot: 42 D - Spring, 1914, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
27 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1901: hey guys
i thought it would be cool to know where everyone was logging on from
27 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1901: Houston
27 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1901: Washington D.C area
27 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1901: Charlottesville, Virginia
27 Aug 08 UTC Autumn, 1901: Groningen, Holland
27 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1902: Murcia, Spain
27 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1902: toronto
28 Aug 08 UTC Spring, 1902: the french guy is always from Toronto lol
15 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1908: GameMaster: moniker has taken over France.
18 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: This one too? :)
22 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: Gentlemen, when all this is over, are you interested in a EOG discussion? EOG stands for End Of Game, which means that when the game is over we could share our strategic decisions and study our moves to gain more experience about this challenging game.
22 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: I am not a man, but I am otherwise interested in a EOG discussion.
22 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: LOL, never suspected that - you have a masculine name though.
22 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: So I've been told. I had a dog named Moby when I came up with it - nothing to do with the singer.
22 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: Are you certain? He's a vegan after all ;)
22 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: Strange coincidence - I never paid much attention to him until I came up with the name. The dog was named after Moby Dick.
22 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: Have you ever played the board game?
22 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: Yeah, I'm president of the club at my High School; that is, the four people currently members. It's in a bit of a sad state at the moment.
23 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: I've never played - it seems odd to be able to watch and see which countries are talking to each other. I'm a big fan of board games in general, but Diplomacy just seems better online.
23 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: For me it's the opposite; in a face-to-face game, you can see the facial expressions of the players as they react to the moves being made, and thus make more accurate predictions of what they are going to do. You can also play variants of diplomacy that aren't programmed into any online versions. As a case in point, I once played a variant that used the whole world map as a board for about 10 hours straight.
23 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1911: Cool. I've played the board game once now, with six friends - just to try it out. After a while they were really enthousiastic, however most of them were checking the balance in the game, i.e. that no one held more SCs than others. But then also will come a moment that one country is divided by three other players... It certainly is much fun, and when seven people are talking at the same time you won't get everything that is discussed. Also, it happened frequently that two or three players went for a private discussion in another room or outside. I considered my friends treacherous bastards, but now even more... :D
27 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: If all players agree here to a draw, we can announce it on the forum and ask Kestas to end the game.
27 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: It's fine with me.
27 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: OK, I believe koyo was Spanish so he'll be online sometime soon. When he agrees and I am not online, start a topic on the forum and I will confirm a.s.a.p. Exciting, my first draw! I agree.
27 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: Agree ;)
28 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: We should wait until after this turn to do it b/c France is still a player (sorry France).
28 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: Sure. I'll set an "all supporting hold" order to try to end this turn as soon as possible, and after that I hope we can get into the expected draw.
28 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: Ok - same here.
28 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: The utter equality of this agreement still rankles.
28 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: What do you mean? That we should fight on?

I will announce the draw on the forum, I've just finalized.
28 Sep 08 UTC I've confirmed the draw in the forum. :)
28 Sep 08 UTC OK! We might use the topic for an EOG discussion too.
28 Sep 08 UTC If you have read the topic, Kestas notes that if we all enter '/draw' here in the global chatbox, it will automaticly become a draw. So:
28 Sep 08 UTC /draw
28 Sep 08 UTC GameMaster: Ursa has voted for a draw.
Voted: Ursa Remaining: VegHeadMoby,koyo.
28 Sep 08 UTC Jinkies!
28 Sep 08 UTC draw
28 Sep 08 UTC /draw
28 Sep 08 UTC GameMaster: koyo has voted for a draw.
Voted: koyo,Ursa Remaining: VegHeadMoby.
28 Sep 08 UTC /draw
28 Sep 08 UTC GameMaster: VegHeadMoby has voted for a draw.
Voted: VegHeadMoby,koyo,Ursa Remaining: . The vote has passed, and will be acted on within 5 minutes.

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Austria
Ursa (1259 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 14 D
14 supply-centers, 14 units
Italy
koyo (112 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 14 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
England
VegHeadMoby (780 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 14 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Russia
Imperator Dux (603 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
France
moniker (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 7 D
Germany
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Turkey
Death3965 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
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