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Finished: 09 AM Thu 15 Sep 16 UTC
Private Thunder Dome Take 3
2 days /phase
Pot: 100 D - Autumn, 2001, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
24 Jul 16 UTC Spring, 1995: It says that we're taking the turn now, but it's actually an hour from now, right?
25 Jul 16 UTC Spring, 1995: The Germans control the clocks and we decide when the turns happen.
27 Jul 16 UTC Autumn, 1995: Russia, could you do some hacking for me and tell me who my enemies are? Thanks!
27 Jul 16 UTC Autumn, 1995: Everyone. Everyone is your enemy.
02 Aug 16 UTC Spring, 1996: What do you all think of a 7-way tie?
02 Aug 16 UTC Spring, 1996: Germany has voted.
02 Aug 16 UTC Spring, 1996: Cowards!
05 Aug 16 UTC Spring, 1996: 3 have voted so far. We need everyone now. Come on.
Germany is bringing peace with honor. I believe it is peace for our time.
05 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1996: "Never give up! Never surrender!"
15 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: Turkey has left the building, it looks like.
15 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: Again...
17 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: A little disappointed in Egypt and Turkey... really changing the power dynamics here...
19 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: Do we want to re-institute the "leave Egypt and Turkey alone until they return" agreement?
19 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: No, I doubt they are coming back, especially Turkey, I think he flat out quit. Wankers!
19 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: The game shows both of them as having "left". There's no one behind the wheel.
19 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: Can people join in as them? We may have another player interested...
19 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: Not gonna lie the sudden activation of Turkish armies I had counted on to be dormant would be a bad time for me. But, it is a bullshit situation for everyone else. If they want to come in to a strategically compromised situation I guess the only fair thing is to let them.
19 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1997: See if they can join, that might make things more interesting.
23 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1998: This fall we celebrate France and its fighting spirit. "They put up a better fight than the Russians," the old men will say.
24 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1998: I mean, if we're going to give an award for putting up the least fight, I feel like it has to go to Turkey and/or Egypt.
24 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1998: And the old me will say, "Of those who fought, they fought the best fight."
24 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1998: English is the Italians second language. It's why their reading comprehension is so low.
24 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1998: I, for one, won't miss those French cheese-eating surrender monkeys... :)
30 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1999: Britain's convoying skills are amaze-balls. All your base will belong to them if you're not careful.
30 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1999: Aw shucks
30 Aug 16 UTC Autumn, 1999: I mean, cheerio old boy!
03 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2000: At least we made it through Y2K...
03 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2000: That means Baby One More Time has only been out for a year.
04 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2000: At least we made it through Y2K...
04 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 2000: That means Baby One More Time has only been out for a year.
06 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 2000: Looks like the Poles have closed :(
06 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 2000: While making way for the British! The Poles have gone limp in defeat.
06 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 2000: Look how colorful Spain is.
06 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 2000: The entire Ukranian empire has been built on the limpness of their adversaries.
06 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 2000: What some people call "luck" and "holy shit how did one of his major rivals just up and quit" others call "divine providence" and "manifest destiny."
07 Sep 16 UTC Autumn, 2000: We're embracing our multiculturalism, OK? Geez...
11 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2001: Ukraine recognizes that the British and their junior partners in Germany cannot be beaten. Therefore, it proposes to recognize a draw between the Four Great Powers.
11 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2001: Although I am pretty sure that I am the junior partner, I am happy to have a draw between the four major powers. I propose we move on to a new game and eliminate some of these quitters.
11 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2001: By quitters I mean the players that stopped playing, not the ones asking for a draw.
12 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2001: The Ghost of Poland concurs
12 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2001: My vote for a draw as such has already been cast. Britain, I don't see yours...
12 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2001: Germany proposed a draw a month ago and everyone was against it. What has changed?
12 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2001: My vote for a draw has been up for a bit (ever since Egypt and Turkey quit) and has remained unchanged.
12 Sep 16 UTC Spring, 2001: I just figured we might be ready for a new game, but I'm also fine with fighting this one out.
12 Sep 16 UTC The Spanish Empire will accept a draw among the, ahem, /5/ great powers...
12 Sep 16 UTC Also, next game can we play at PlayDiplomacy.com? I like the interface much better. We'd all have to be "premium" members ($25) in order to get the cool maps/variants, but it'll be totally worth it.
12 Sep 16 UTC Spain should spread the lucre it apparently has access to.
12 Sep 16 UTC It's surprising considering that Spain has been completely sacked. There must be some gold doubloons stashed away in Andalucia...
12 Sep 16 UTC Does playdiplomacy.com have anonymous players as an option? Because I really prefer that.
13 Sep 16 UTC Looks like we are drawn. The Republic of Seville, United Nordic Kingdoms, Neo-Imperial Germany, The Third Roman Empire, and the Greater Ukrainian Co-Prosperity League can all claim victory in a game made ridiculous.

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Ukraine
Nrpittman (102 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 20 D
18 supply-centers, 17 units
Germany
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 20 D
16 supply-centers, 16 units
Italy
BoSox694 (111 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 20 D
16 supply-centers, 16 units
Britain
ilailailaila (180 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 20 D
13 supply-centers, 13 units
Spain
Firebird7137 (115 D)
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 20 D
1 supply-centers, 0 units
Egypt
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
France
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Poland
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Russia
beefdx (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Turkey
MattBolish (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
MattBolish (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1997) with 7 centres.
MarshallRoedel (136 D)Egypt (Autumn, 1997) with 4 centres.
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