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Finished: 09 PM Thu 17 Jul 14 UTC
Bilderberg/Kennedy/Rothschild/Koch Brothers/DuPont
1 day /phase
Pot: 100 D - Autumn, 2002, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by jak000012 (381 D)
21 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: so just to summarize - the entire board is allied except Russia and turkey?

wow - quite a war game, boys
part of the point here is to fight each other, not just aim for a massive draw
this isn't scrabble, or monopoly
grow some balls
21 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: It is actually a game of diplomacy, Clearly in the name. While the game has a major war component the diplomatic negotiating gives the game it's name. If you would like a pure game of war go back to Call of Duty, appears that would suit you far better.
21 Jun 14 UTC Autumn, 1995: Now, let's all keep well in mind before we all go dissolving our alliances because of France's rhetoric that this game rarely comes down to large draw, even when large alliances exist they normally collapse. France obviously is unaware of this fact.
15 Jul 14 UTC Spring, 2002: Italy needs 4 more centres for a solo
and it looks like Poland is allowing it, going for a strong second rather than playing the game for real

I cannot express my disgust at this strong second strategy strongly enough
diplomacy is played to WIN, or FAILING THAT, to draw
this is not diplomacy, this is collecting points for losing

truly revolting
15 Jul 14 UTC Spring, 2002: I'm sorry you feel that way, France...Life will go on...
16 Jul 14 UTC France, you know what's a revolting strategy? Whatever the hell you were doing for most of the game. You don't get to be disgusted by my decisions when I literally have 20 times your supply. Moreover, you seem to think that this game is won by having "balls" and being super-militaristic all the time (like you seem to have been since the start of the game)... except look what happens when you ignore (or fail at) the diplomatic side of a game called Diplomacy.
16 Jul 14 UTC Not everyone wins everytime in this game. Sometimes the cards just don't play out right, I spoke out against you when you were speaking out against an alliance that was hurting me because I hoped that diplomatically another nation near me would offer me peace and assistance. I think you have much to learn about the human element to this game.
16 Jul 14 UTC If I were Italy however I would make sure your single SC were mine too spite your ignorance France.
16 Jul 14 UTC Morons.

I am an expert manipulator, and tactician.
My tag here is Macchiavelli. check my stats if you doubt it.

Poland - I get to be disgusted whenever I want, you have no claim over my emotions. You are a cancer on this site, all of you strong second pieces of garbage that ruin this fine game.
16 Jul 14 UTC Sir Macchiavelli, as a great tactician you should recognize that not everyone follows your tactics and that your tactics are not 100% full proof. Everyone plays this GAME with a different strategy. whether that strategy be one of survival (of which I am not subscribed) or a strategy of victory (of which I am). In this game Poland views his best choice to Survive; and is playing his style. It is a true testament to your ignorance that you can view another players legitimate strategy as moronic or revolting. I would suggest you take the time to learn more about diplomacy as you still seem to treat this game as if it were Risk or Chess. I know of several online chess leagues and Risk websites if you would like the links.
16 Jul 14 UTC I am expecting you to mute me as that seems to be the type of player you are. to make the muting easier my tag is CommanderByron ; while I am relatively new to this site, I have extensive experience on another site and have played many games F2F. So while I respect your achievements here, I remind you that this site is a place for people to play a game and have fun in their own way. Regardless of the strategy for which you find the best.
16 Jul 14 UTC I would also like to point out to you Sir Macchiavelli that you have drawn or survived 48% of your matches. So you are chastising two other players for doing what you yourself have done 48% of the time. Quite revolting if I do say so myself.
16 Jul 14 UTC You both broke site rules giving your name in an ongoing anonymous game, do you wanna get banned noobs?
16 Jul 14 UTC The game is over. Italy has 33 SC. As soon as this autumn year is over, He has taken victory. While technically I admit this is an ongoing game the revealing of our names did not change the outcome of the game since I am already eliminated and as such can not receive preferential treatment. You may report me if you see fit, but I will have the decision reviewed by the admin; using the logic i just stated.
16 Jul 14 UTC The purpose of the anonymous rule is to remove the possible preferential or non preferential treatment of players during game play. Since I am eliminated, I can not receive either form of treatment. Thus I revealing my name is not changing the outcome of the match.
16 Jul 14 UTC but I digress, England I apologize for any raw feelings that I may have caused you. and France, please enjoy the rest of the game only 12 hours and it is no longer an issue.
16 Jul 14 UTC (2ndWhiteLine): Please do not reveal your names in an anonymous game. France and Ukraine, please check your email.

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Italy
jak000012 (381 D)
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 56 D
36 supply-centers, 29 units
Poland
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 37 D
22 supply-centers, 20 units
Britain
shikari (231 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 9 D
5 supply-centers, 6 units
France
Macchiavelli (2393 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 1 units
Egypt
thermite (0 D X)
Resigned. Bet: 10 D
1 supply-centers, 2 units
Germany
Stealthwiz (184 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Russia
psychosis (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Spain
gordonpup (1388 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Turkey
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Ukraine
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
gordonpup (1388 D)Spain (Spring, 1998) with 5 centres.
thermite (0 D X)Egypt (Autumn, 2000) with 10 centres.
Stealthwiz (184 D)Germany (Autumn, 1997) with 7 centres.
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