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Finished: 10 PM Wed 12 Aug 15 UTC
Europe at it's finest
1 day /phase
Pot: 84 D - Autumn, 2011, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
08 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1994: would you like to work together spain?
08 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1994: I would love to try but I've never been a fan of a build point in my backyard. So tell me what you have in mind.
08 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1994: I leave gibralter and work my way back up to England, but I would like help taking out france in return
08 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1994: I see certain powers are a bit over-confident, telling everyone their plans at the beginning of the game. Interesting.
08 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1994: To be fair I did not say anything beside not likely the idea of having a British build point on sovereign Spanish soil
08 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1994: An alliance against the Brits and the Spaniards, I say!
08 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1994: Will Russia NMR? Geez!
09 Jun 15 UTC Autumn, 1994: Lol^
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: I CANNOT BELIEVE WE NEED TO A WAIT A WHOLE DAY SO RUSSIA CAN NJOT FILL IN HIS RETREAT ORDER
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: *NOT
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: Just so you guys know, Egypt is not to be trusted :)
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: Why
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: Said we could work together and then he stabs me.
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: Oh now I see that your problem. Bye Bye Turkey its been fun.
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: Ah yes because this game isn't about gaining someone's trust, keeping that trust with some people, and lying to others
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: Of course. I'm merely pointing out the fact that you're a liar so that people are more wary of you in future.
11 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1995: Turkey you do realize that the only place for Egypt to expand is into you right
12 Jun 15 UTC Autumn, 1995: Wait I thought u were waiting a whole day for me??
16 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1996: New Russia here
20 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1997: Hello everyone!
11 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2002: Darn missed my turn.
11 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2002: Never seen two big people like that miss a turn
16 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2004: I'm going to Jerusalem for a few days, so I probably won't be able to make my moves. Sorry about this, guys, but could we get a pause?
16 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2004: Cool i was just there
18 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2004: You were? Did you go to East or West Jerusalem? How was it?
20 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2005: West jerusalem most of the time i lived on a moshav 20 min outside the city
20 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2005: My kind isnt realy welcome in east jerusalem
20 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2005: Ah you're Jewish?
20 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2005: Yea
20 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Wasn't Jerusalem set up for the Jewish people?
20 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Before 1967 israel only controlled the west half. But after the plo declared war on israel, israel conquered the rest of the city but the local arab population there doesnt like us and fights and stuff happen we just stay out
20 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Egypt are you jewish
20 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: I dont want to make a big political stink about israel/palistine now i dont hate arabs as a whole but there are some dangerous ones who hate us
20 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: I'm a Hindu actually :P. My girlfriend is Palestinian and lives in East Jerusalem
21 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Cool
21 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: I wish one day we can all get along
21 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: It doesn't seem likely to happen because the Palestinians want their own country without Israeli occupation (preferably with the previous UN borders), but countries like the United States of America, Canada, and Israel aren't recognizing them as a state (the Palestinian terrorist attacks aren't helping that). Because of biases that both sides pick up from the previous generation, everyone is blaming the other side. Until we all make some concessions and start forgiving and understanding each other, nothing will change.
21 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: But it's not like Israel will just get up and walk out of Jerusalem and un occupy the West Bank. And the people from Gaza aren't just going to forgive the Israelis for taking "their land".
21 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: He missed his turn!!! Huzzah!!!
21 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: I kinda gave up laat turn after my terrible orders
21 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: What should we do? Should we draw with just the four of us?
22 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Ukraine please draw
29 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2007: Germany left. Draw?
29 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2007: I'm down
03 Aug 15 UTC Spring, 2009: Sorry, I have limited internet connection.
11 Aug 15 UTC GG Everybody.
11 Aug 15 UTC I wonder who the predecessor of the current Germany is? He only lost because he was tricked.
11 Aug 15 UTC I wonder who the predecessor of the current Germany is? He only lost because he was tricked.

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Ukraine
ChippeRock (2564 D)
Drawn. Bet: 9 D, won: 28 D
25 supply-centers, 23 units
Egypt
Paradox (263 D)
Drawn. Bet: 12 D, won: 28 D
23 supply-centers, 23 units
Spain
Fastner (137 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 28 D
16 supply-centers, 13 units
Britain
Defeated. Bet: 2 D
France
EmperorJC (436 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Germany
Jvault (158 D)
Defeated. Bet: 7 D
Italy
nicknukem (95 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Poland
Nievski (105 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Russia
ZS (211 D)
Defeated. Bet: 2 D
Turkey
CS_Escath (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Civil Disorders
Schön (271 D)Germany (Spring, 2007) with 9 centres.
Nievski (105 D)Poland (Autumn, 2001) with 3 centres.
pizzuto5 (100 D)Russia (Spring, 1996) with 4 centres.
nickstelter (100 D)Ukraine (Autumn, 2001) with 15 centres.
Mogar livingston (148 D)Egypt (Autumn, 2002) with 17 centres.
lt.raugh (100 D)Britain (Autumn, 1996) with 4 centres.
Zlanti Tsvetya (100 D)Britain (Spring, 1997) with 4 centres.
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