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Finished: 09 PM Thu 02 Mar 17 UTC
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Pot: 350 D - Spring, 1920, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
14 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: And if you are scared to speak up in the chat, then please PM me so we can discuss.
15 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: What did he mean by this?
Really makes you think
15 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: It was pretty clear to me. If Austria isn't drawing, it's because he intends to make more points. Which means he intends to eliminate more players.

He can't eliminate E or F, so he must want to eliminate G or I.
15 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: So, lo and behold, what I told you when you decided to be come Austria's puppet will come true.
15 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: (unless he changes his mind to spite me, lol)
15 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: Same can be said to France when he turned against me with England when I was barely afloat.
15 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: No, that's not true. I stood to benefit by killing you. And when England didn't draw for the past few turns, he stood to benefit but killing you and italy.
15 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: What does Austria have to gain though? You don't want him to kill me or England (even if he could) cause that means he wins which means you lose!
15 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1915: I refuse to ready order until someone gives me an intelligible answer. I would even accept a "we are doing this because we want Austria to win and we want to lose"
16 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1916: I don't see how England benefited from having me and Italy be killed. And his statements about gaining so many points for 1 SC made no sense, because the difference between our being alive and dead was more about the points that we'd lose from losing rather than the points we'd gain from drawing.
16 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1916: Austria probably had his own reasons for agreeing with our wishes earlier but I'm not going to question him about them.
16 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1916: For all you know, I'll win the game this turn. Or maybe I wont.
16 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1916: Thanks for clearing that up!
16 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1916: I'm committed to transparency.
17 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1916: Alright, this game now continues or ends at my discretion.
17 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1916: This is so freaking dumb. Either draw or win. No one can do anything to stop you anymore.
17 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1916: Please take the win
17 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1916: Lmao Italy, did you see that fleet move from Eastern med to aegean?
19 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: Lmao alright then, way to throw away the draw England. We had an actual stalemate. At least this game is finally over though. God, what a freaking terrible game. Besides Austria, you all literally sucked. Im so glad I can finally tell you, England, how terrible of a player you truly are.
19 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: I didn't suck
19 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: But yeah that's literal game throwing by England. Extremely unsportsmanlike.
19 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: We just going to ignore the fact that Munich was going to fail no matter what? and that I actually want this game to conclude?
19 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: You could've given Berlin to Germany, bro.
20 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: So this was just a selfish move then? You wanted the game to end so you were OK with ruining it for me too?
20 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: wow....
20 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: I could have solowon on the spot without Munich, anyway. I'm choosing not to solowin.
20 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: So now France sees why he should have never allied with England against me. A bit late though.
20 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1917: Germany lmao it's an anonymous game. I chose an ally who wanted to work with me. How could I know that England would end up being the most unloyal, idiotic player in the history of diplomacy?
26 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1919: Im at a loss for words.
26 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1919: Also, I do hope that you all understand that I will be opening up a cheating accusation for this game as soon as it ends.
26 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1919: http://www.firstchurches.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/salt.jpg
26 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1919: Austria, don't you think it's sad no one thinks Care bears like you exist anymore?
26 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1919: Funny, I thought this is a game where we try to win.
26 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1919: No, it's a game where you try to fuck over people you dislike in order to extract salt.
27 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: I don't care about the points as much as I care about making england and france salty. Screw those guys.
27 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: Ya, screw those guys!
27 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: yeah!
28 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: Ouch
28 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: What can I say, I remember my allies and my enemies.
28 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: Pretty massively unsportsmanlike.
28 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: lol I just took over a CD. I did nothing to anyone
28 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: Did you?

In that case, sorry.
28 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: England, let me catch you up to speed. Me and you were allied against Austria, Germany, and Italy (Germany and Italy only had one center each). Now everyone had their draw flags out except England because he didn't want to draw with 1 center powers even though Austria was at 17 and could win at any time. Austria got mad and put his draw flag down which then knocked sense into England who put his draw flag up. But it was too late. So England and I moved into position to stalemate Austria. But as soon as we got the stalemate, England stabbed me (presumably cause Austria promised him that he wouldn't solo if he did? This is all new to me since I have never seen a player try so hard not to solo before). Anyway, England and Austria both destroyed me but Austria can't grow to quickly because he doesn't want to solo so he has to delay the slaughter (hence the reason that I knew I could leave Brest unprotected). Now, I'm sure Austria wants to take me out and he wanted to take the old England out too, at the very least. But now that you're a new player, maybe he isn't going to kill you? I'm not sure.
28 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: Holy eff that self bounce in Berlin
28 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1919: thank you France for the update. This whole situation is slightly confusing haha
01 Mar 17 UTC GameMaster: Ellison185cm was banned: multi/meta/no reply. The time until the next phase has been extended by one phase length to give an opportunity to replace the player.
Remember to finalize your orders if you don't want to wait, so the game isn't held up unnecessarily!
01 Mar 17 UTC Holy moly
01 Mar 17 UTC Wow. That kinda puts everything into place.

What a prick.
01 Mar 17 UTC Only him being banned though which is weird.
01 Mar 17 UTC Lmao told you there was cheating happening.

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England
WolfpackCorey (1654 D)
Drawn. Bet: 0 D, won: 88 D
9 supply-centers, 9 units
Italy
Drawn. Bet: 50 D, won: 88 D
4 supply-centers, 4 units
Germany
Drawn. Bet: 50 D, won: 88 D
3 supply-centers, 2 units
France
oliveskin (100 D X)
Drawn. Bet: 50 D, won: 88 D
1 supply-centers, 1 units
Austria
Ellison185cm (60 D X)
Resigned. Bet: 50 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
Turkey
WyattS14 (100 D (B))
Defeated. Bet: 50 D
Russia
Defeated. Bet: 50 D
Civil Disorders
DammmmDaniel (100 D)England (Autumn, 1919) with 9 centres.
Ellison185cm (60 D X)Austria (Spring, 1920) with 17 centres.
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