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Finished: 01 PM Mon 21 Nov 16 UTC
WW1 Sim (Eng, Fra, & Russ VS Ger, Aus & Tu
1 day /phase
Pot: 35 D - Autumn, 1913, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Unranked
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Huín (403 D)
06 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Look up "Two player Diplomacy Classic" and it's rule set. that's all we are doing.

If one team is totally wiped out. you end in a four or three way draw (depending on your stance with Italy)
06 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Ah, straight forward. I like it.
07 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1901: So are the alliances ever allowed to stab each other? Is Italy allowed to switch alliances in the middle of the game?
07 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1901: Not that I would :)
08 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Italy is it's own, third team and... in a way, you're having a standard game.
09 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: This is... one interesting first year.

France is vacant.
Russia took a German city unopposed,
and three Balkan states are vacant.
France has invaded Austria.

I just want the other six of you to appreciate that.
09 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1901: Indeed
09 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1902: Yeah, this game will shape up to be a very interesting one.
10 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1902: what do you guys want to do about the missing players?
10 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1902: Oops sorry guys! I thought I had saved my moves! Guess not...
13 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1903: Dang it France. oh well...
13 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1903: Turkey, Austria... I must admit that was a solid move. I didn't expect that I'd have to disband this phase.
13 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1903: Sorry about that, had soemthing come up and completely spaced on checking in. :/
13 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1903: Like Russia I have an observation. I love the concept of this game - a reasonable simulation of the original WW1 combatants. With France, England, Russia and Italy united, it's makes life pretty tough for a surrounded Germany. The absence of tension between R/E/F makes a huge difference in the dynamics of the game.

Though I am almost out, I do want to try this concept again. Good show all. Play on!
13 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1903: Oh, and ghetto Russian invasion to Munich was brilliant. I did not consider that, but wish I had.
13 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1903: [*ghetto = that. Stupid new-phone autocorrect]
14 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1903: Thank you. I try to play these games online all the time, but web diplo players simply... don't get it. sometimes.
15 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1903: Bye, thank you all. Good luck.
15 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1903: good game Germany
17 Oct 16 UTC Spring, 1904: Having just taken over Turkey and having not read the title of this game, I may have made a mistake ;)
17 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1904: XD
18 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1904: So I vote cancel. England, that is not the point of the game.

You're being, and I quote, "That guy"
19 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1904: hey, dipshit, I mean England.

You realize this game isn't for points. so go ahead and vote cancel. it'll be the exact same thing as draw, because we are all only getting five points back, no matter who we are.

All you did by stabbing me was ending the game prematurely. Ruining, what would have been an easy allied victory.
24 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: So, I guess I'm allied with England and Russia then. Is there anything for me to do?
24 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: Unless... I guess it's not working exactly like that?
24 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: England, I will give you the run down... We had a fixed alliance game going and it was going very well for the Russian, English and French alliance. I was flip-flopping back and forth like a fool. Then England stabbed Russia in the back, causing Russia to become extremely irritated. Then France stabbed me and Russia at the same time, and is now stabbing you and going for the solo.
25 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: Gotcha. France = douchebag.
25 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: No. France did his part... England= guy who doesn't understand basic rules. it was you who screwed it up.
25 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: You mean my predecessor.
25 Oct 16 UTC Autumn, 1906: Perhaps. but it was you who started it. ... I say again, You are "That guy", and maybe France is the same, but you are no better, if not worse.
02 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1909: I forgot you'd have a unit from Tunis.
05 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1909: Just barely missed it.
05 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1909: I'm good for the triangle draw.
07 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1910: So what's the plan?
07 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1910: utter destruction of the British Empire ;)
07 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1910: Good.
07 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1910: Come on Russia, I didn't stab you. That was France. You were attacking me when I started.
07 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1910: And blaming me for the sins of someone I never met.
08 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1910: This should have been a canceled game.
12 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1911: Well, that ends that.
12 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1911: You could have gotten Berlin as well.
13 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1911: i thought you might attack Berlin ;) I also thought the game ended at 16. Forgot it was 18. So one more year to go
15 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1912: France, I'm support holding Berlin.
15 Nov 16 UTC Spring, 1912: If you still had units in Albania and Naples we probably could have built a stalemate line.
15 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: It was a fun match ;) thanks all
15 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: I think the stalemate could still happen. France, are you giving Turkey the game or do you want to work together?
16 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: I figured there was a decent chance France would do that. But I don't understand why you did that Turkey.
16 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: you have to tell me what you mean by 'that' ;) hard to explain otherwise
16 Nov 16 UTC Autumn, 1912: Not attacking France. In the North, it's explainable since you were perhaps trying to get into a better position. But why did Apulia not take Naples?
19 Nov 16 UTC Because I had a much greater plan in the works ;) but without France it will never be unfortunatly

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Turkey
Huín (403 D)
Won. Bet: 0 D, won: D
21 supply-centers, 16 units
England
Merirosvo (302 D)
Survived. Bet: 0 D
9 supply-centers, 12 units
France
ddenney1211 (627 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
4 supply-centers, 4 units
Italy
lukeresch (490 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Germany
jason4747 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Austria
thefox12 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Russia
Captain Hook (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Civil Disorders
reedcat (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1904) with 7 centres.
Glorfindel (100 D)England (Spring, 1906) with 9 centres.
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