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Finished: 10 PM Tue 22 May 12 UTC
To Hear the Lamentation of the Women
16 hours /phase
Pot: 175 D - Autumn, 1906, Finished
Classic, Public messaging only, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Stressedlines (1559 D)
09 May 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Germany, alliance? You are a strong land power, and I am a strong naval power. We can make a pretty awesome team.
09 May 12 UTC Spring, 1901: That sounds good, England. I wonder how we exchange secrets without private chats. :-P
09 May 12 UTC Spring, 1901: I believe you maybe able to tell the general direction of where I wish to go from the first post I made by mistake. Just follow along, Germany. We both can just make junk emails to share plans in secret and then delete them, or just keep them for future games. Your choice.
09 May 12 UTC Spring, 1901: wow...really? metagaming? how interesting England.
09 May 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Diplomacy is serious business, bro.
09 May 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Russia, I don't think he actually means emails. I don't have his address and he doesn't have mine. I think he means flooding this chat with a bunch of inane stuff so nobody has any idea what he's going to do. :-)
09 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: "we can both make just emails and delete them after"?
09 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: and turkey no moves...great
09 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: Austria, I'm not a fan of your move into Bohemia. France, you should have been peaceful and taken Spain and Portugal. England, I think what you know to do regarding Belgium.
09 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: Ah, sorry about that. I meant to move that fleet to the North Sea. Oh well, I may as well...
give me a second.
09 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: thank you Austria for trusting me, we have something good to work off now.
10 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: sorry
10 May 12 UTC Spring, 1902: austria, you need support into serbia sir?
10 May 12 UTC Spring, 1902: How did Austria know that France would move to Munich?
10 May 12 UTC Spring, 1902: ah, interesting question Germany, I was looking at that earlier myself.
10 May 12 UTC Spring, 1902: A lucky guess is one thing, but if Austria and France are metagaming I will report you guys to the mods. It ruins the game for everyone.
11 May 12 UTC Spring, 1902: Its not meta gaming, its called intuition and percentages
11 May 12 UTC Spring, 1902: Its not meta gaming, its called intuition and percentages
11 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1902: Yes but you both could have had the same intuition and done a double support. I've only seen uncommunicated supports like that work like twice ever. Needless to say I'll be watching for similar behavior in the future.
11 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1902: Germany, I have seen it before, just not from such strange bed partners as France and Austria in the 2nd move of the game.
12 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1902: Smart player!
12 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1902: Any day now Turkey...
12 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1902: drawdrawdrawdrawdrawdrawdrawdraw
12 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1902: why do you want to draw?
12 May 12 UTC Spring, 1903: Turkey isn't playing
13 May 12 UTC Spring, 1903: Let's just draw and do a new one.
13 May 12 UTC Spring, 1903: Sure, screw it. Why not?
13 May 12 UTC Spring, 1903: tueky just did a build, how is he NOT playing?
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: Russia has already won anyway. Having both a weak Turkey and England means a guaranteed Russian win.
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: Wasting your army in Bohemia doesn't seem too smart now, does it Austria?
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: Italy, if you do not support hold Mumich then I'll do my best to punish France for entering your territory. And you and I will have a truce while I attempt to hold off Russia.
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: I shouldve made this no messaging, the whole point is to use youre own forces to win, not relying on anyone making it purely strategy.
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: so shut up. or say draw.
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: Wow. And what did you do in the first year?
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: did you see me talk to him? no, i did it because moving to munich from bugundy cuts you off a center, and i wanted to solidify that instead of moving in myself and making everything bounce.
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: it was just luck that both of us were on the same page with out knowing. so get over it your about to take it back anyway
13 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: god this game is ridiculous
14 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: I'm over it, I just don't understans what Austria is whining about. If he wanted a gunboat game, he should have made one.
14 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: I think that was Austrias point. He said "I should have made this game no messaging" He probably learned his lesson, right?
14 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: This game is called diplomacy. The point is to be diplomatic isn't it?
14 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: Yes. This is why I don't understand gunboat. The conplexity in this game comes
from alliances and betrayals. The gameplay by itself
is sparse at best.
14 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: I know some players, who just really dont have the personality for regular diplmacy. They are, for lack of a better word, 'a$$holes'. However, they play Gunboat VERY well.
14 May 12 UTC Autumn, 1903: Yes, I suppose there is something for everyone.
17 May 12 UTC Spring, 1905: France we need to leave each other alone or Russia wins.
17 May 12 UTC Spring, 1905: cool
17 May 12 UTC Spring, 1905: i am willing to draw after austria and turkey dies.
17 May 12 UTC Spring, 1905: Fine with me.
17 May 12 UTC Spring, 1905: I think ci ould get the solo, but with England and turkey both going CD on us, I would be okay with a draw for 4.
17 May 12 UTC Spring, 1905: Well your call. I agree you will eventually overcome all of us. We'd have to work like a well oiled machine now to take you down and that's obviously not going to happen.
21 May 12 UTC That game was totally lame, but congrats Stressedlines. Nice of France to log in just to block me again. :-/

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Russia
Stressedlines (1559 D)
Won. Bet: 25 D, won: 175 D
20 supply-centers, 16 units
France
Survived. Bet: 25 D
3 supply-centers, 3 units
Germany
demonpants (859 D)
Survived. Bet: 25 D
3 supply-centers, 4 units
Italy
Tizunk (374 D)
Resigned. Bet: 25 D
8 supply-centers, 6 units
England
Bleh (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Austria
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Turkey
Ledize (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Civil Disorders
Ledize (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1904) with 3 centres.
Bleh (100 D)England (Spring, 1904) with 3 centres.
Tizunk (374 D)Italy (Spring, 1906) with 10 centres.
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