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Finished: 03 PM Tue 23 Sep 08 UTC
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1 day /phase
Pot: 175 D - Spring, 1916, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
15 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Wanted: Brain Bleach. Will offer: the Haga Sophia. *shudders*
15 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: None of our windows are ever shuddered. We shudder to think of such a thing.
15 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: haha omg
15 Sep 08 UTC Autumn, 1902: Are you trying to restart the Pun-ic wars, Italy?
28 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1909: how does germany have two units?
28 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1909: I am so confused.
28 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1909: I will post it in the forum as a bug. I am sure it can be worked out.
28 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1909: Report from the forum is that there is glitch on disbanded units on coastal areas that were supported. Apparently St. Pete's is open. I guess Germany could confirm that he disbanded St. Petes rather than Ruhr (ugh!) and that Ruhr is his only unit.
28 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1909: There are two big explosions on the screen. One from the retreated Moscow unit and the bigger one from the St.Pete's fleet's disbandment.
28 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1909: I am getting even more confused that I am more and more confused.
28 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1909: Basically, the BIG explosion should be over the fleet...its a graphics glitch. The explosion (disbandment) is positioned where an army in St. Petes would be. Looking at Bulgaria...the army is there, but the big explosion covers it.
29 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1910: Radio Helsinki reports that chants of "Finland for England" rang through the town as happy citizens rejoiced that the British had not abandoned them to a fate worse than death at the hands of the Russian forces. Reports from Norway and Sweeden of the worst kind of debauchery cause disgust in the hearts of all true civilized peoples. When questioned about reports from varioius sheep farms in the area, General Punchunose reported that such slander about besiality were just Finish lies. Then he introduces his new twins, Lambchop and Woolie who seemed to be being baaaaaaad at the moment.
29 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1910: haha that is hilarious. haha
29 Sep 08 UTC Spring, 1910: But wait, there's more. Radio Norway reports that Russian soldiers are buying up all the lipstick in large and small towns throughout the country and trying to take out marriage licenses to marry pretty porcines. The leader of forces, Field Marshal Speetinyurfase said simply, "Well, every since Sesime Street we Ruskies haf had a crush on Kermut's freind. Now that we know we can put lipstick on them, we are so happy we could squeel." In related developments, vidio stores are completely out of copiesof "Deliverance".
03 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: Deutschland, Deutschland Über alles! even though I'm Russia, I am renaming the Tsardom of Russia the Bündesrepublik Deutschland. just so everyone knows.
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: über alles in der Welt!
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: watch out you two or you might be forced to draw because of consistent lines/never ending game
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: Italy will win, for she crossed the major stalemate line.
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1913: We don't need no stinken stalemate lines. By the way Froggie, I see you managed to get that Portugese stalemate line down. Bye.
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: We salute the imagainative quality of the French Army's orders to get from Port to Liverpool. Great sense of humor.
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: what else was there to do?
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: Suicide would have worked.
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: Funny thing was, I had to check to see if Italian fleets had assisted in any convoy! LOL!
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: And even better this move. So the game bids adeau to another ruler. Bye to all the Frogganeeze. Don't be lonely, Mr.England will be joining you soon.
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: Not if Russia retreats to London :)
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: Yes, but why would he miss the chance to wipe you out since you have been the bane of his existance this game?
04 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: We are looking forward to how you are going to manage your two units when he retreats to Norw.
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: Ah, England, What two units are you going to keep for the last year of your life.
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: England, you have 2 too many pieces on the board. Which two don't you need? Oh yes, you need them all. OK, which do can't you keep? It just gets worse and worse.
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: russia you could have won if you retreated to london
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: Its just spiteful to have do another turn :(
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1914: As far as managing my 2 units...they are going to hold. But I won't delay my hold orders to spite or delay the game. I hope the other players here will show the same courtesy. Lets get this over with.
05 Oct 08 UTC Spring, 1915: It's not spiteful, it's the game. Why let you keep two units when you lost, lost, lost. Spiteful is thinking you deserve some kindness like survival when you worked so hard to keep Russia from taking yourcenters. Sorry, you need to play more dip if you think that's spiteful. I think it's delightful. Die piggy piggy Pink guy. Die. By the way, did you want cheese with that whyne?
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: Dateline London: Reports from perveyors of fine cheeses throughout Enland report that the Dowarger Princess Whynorenah has been stocking up on Ghuda and Cheddar and Munsgter and others in an effort to have one last whyne and cheese party before she and her little pink pieces sail off into the great box in the sky. The world applauds her fortitude and her style. Whyne and cheeses on, babe. Whyne and cheese on.
In other reports, military sources tell us that the Russian and Italian navies have a partucular fondness for British whyne and will be joining the party soon. Kissy Kissy.
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: oh burn haha
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: When last heard from, the Dowarger Pinceess had her mouth full of Feta and was mumbling about, "I'll never be hungary gain and tomorrow's another day...." That's when she discovered she was lactose intollerant. Not a pretty sight.
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: Thank you Mr. England for not holding up the game. Hope we see you again in another. Good luck and best wishes.
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: Anyone here know how to set up a draw?
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: /draw
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: GameMaster: BESM has voted for a draw.
Voted: BESM Remaining: Spell of Wheels,bmcm184.
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: Rus-don't vote for draw until after retreats.
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: ok
05 Oct 08 UTC Autumn, 1915: Sorry England if that seems mean, but just didn't seem right to make a mistake like that.
05 Oct 08 UTC /draw
05 Oct 08 UTC GameMaster: BESM has withdrawn his vote for a draw.
Voted: Remaining: BESM,bmcm184.
05 Oct 08 UTC /draw
05 Oct 08 UTC GameMaster: BESM has voted for a draw.
Voted: BESM Remaining: bmcm184.
05 Oct 08 UTC I guess if you draw twice, then it works like a light switch. Good luck Russia.
05 Oct 08 UTC /draw
05 Oct 08 UTC GameMaster: bmcm184 has voted for a draw.
Voted: BESM,bmcm184 Remaining: . The vote has passed, and will be acted on within 5 minutes.

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Italy
BESM (18622 D)
Drawn. Bet: 25 D, won: 88 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
Russia
bmcm184 (304 D)
Drawn. Bet: 25 D, won: 88 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
England
Spell of Wheels (4896 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Turkey
stratagos (3269 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Austria
p.Tea (101 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
France
Chris Cross (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Germany
lpereira (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
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