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Finished: 05 PM Sat 20 May 17 UTC
War on the Rocks
1 day /phase
Pot: 105 D - Spring, 1910, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: Peace is a concept based on mutual trust. For peace to remain Turkey needs to be trusted by their Allies. Allowing the enemies of the Alliance to flourish fosters suspicion. So for Turkey to continue peaceful relations with its partners, they need to get on with the task they were supposed to perform.
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: Now we could draw.
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: We will take Austria offer of end to all conflict under advisement
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: Turkey assures you that it does not intend to create more conflict. Rather, we intend to crush the terrorists that dwell within Austrian borders.
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: Then do it.
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: The French Foreign Ministry urges calm among both sides of this dispute. However, we remain steadfast in our belief that Britain is the rightful owner of Berlin. Continued Turkish insolence benefits nobody, apart from the Austrian menace the sultan purportedly seeks to destroy.
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: Turkish Times: The future is uncertain. A recent election in Turkey has put a strong hand in-office, potentially changing the course of the world. That said, an agreement with the English government may prevent war.

Thanks to the dedication of Turkish officials, England has agreed to trade St. Petersburg for Berlin. This is seen as a fair and just deal, so long as England holds up their side of the bargain.
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: The British Government would remind the Turkish authorities to the conditions to the deal and as long as there are meaningful acts on these conditions, the movement over our respective borders will be carried out.
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: The British Government would remind the Turkish authorities to the conditions to the deal and as long as there are meaningful acts on these conditions, the movement over our respective borders will be carried out.
16 May 17 UTC Spring, 1909: So important, they said it twice!
16 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: The French Foreign Ministry is pleased to see that level-heads have prevailed in London and Istambul.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: The Turkish government grows concerned over the lack of adequate negotiations from France. Given that Turkey wants to maintain the 3-way alliance that we have grown accustomed to, we are concerned over France's silence on the matter of peace with England.

Turkish officials once again state their commitment to England and peace in Europe.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: If airing out dirty laundry in public is Turkey's idea of negotiating, then Turkey is indeed the master and I am but a humble novice. The French have been involved in the peace process every step of the way, Frankly your accusations to the contrary stink of a petty attempt to sow discord.

With all due respect sir, kiss my ass.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: To encourage transparency and eventual peace, the Turkish media has been given access to the following communication...

"In regards to England, I have little reason to distrust him. That said, he is limiting my ability to gain the territory that I'd like to gain, in Europe. Luckily, he is concerned about you, more than he's concerned about me. He'll never see it coming." - France, Autumn, 1908.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: If airing out dirty laundry in public is Turkey's idea of negotiating, then Turkey is indeed the master and I am but a humble novice. The French have been involved in the peace process every step of the way, Frankly your accusations to the contrary stink of a petty attempt to sow discord.

With all due respect sir, kiss my ass.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Lmao that's the most transparent fake press I've ever seen, Turkey. Turkish tabloids have outdone themselves indeed!
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Keep it up and I will leak actual press and it won't be pretty.

Stop and I'll answer your message in a bit when I can devote full attention to the game.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Turkey you posting my posts of me faking to be England again? o.O
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: The British Government remains steadfast in its commitment to the Entente Cordiale and both them and France has demonstrated our partnership with deeds as well as words.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: A toast to Italy, a worthy adversary!
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: As the Italians get attacked they flee with the Germans down to South America.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Nah, the Germans get the Nuremburg treatment. The Tsar shall be avenged.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: You may have to catch them in the Irish Sea before they flee then :P
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Nah, the Germans get the Nuremburg treatment. The Tsar shall be avenged.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: 3way draw is not good as SOLO.
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Austrian solo's gonna be a bit hard to pull off at this point, my friend. ;)
17 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: No no no,I means amy of you get SOLO is rather easy.
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: The Turkish media has been shut down by the Office of the President, following an incident of fake news. The Turkish government would like to reassure it's neighbors and allies of Turkey's support.

There was no such malicious message from France and there was no evidence of betrayal from either side. Given this fake news, the heads of each of Turkey's major news outlets shall be beheaded, in a public ceremony. All citizens of Turkey and it's allies are invited to watch the livestream.
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: The Turkish President would like to forward his most sincere of apologies to the head of France, to prevent any misgivings or misguided decisions from either side.
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: The British Government invites all parties to discuss a cessation of hostilities.
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Italy will accept everyone elses surrender papers. You can submit them by visiting North Africa as we are currently renovating Rome it is currently inoperable.
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Turkey has spoken: Draw
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: The British government would like meet with the Italians and can start negotiations in the spring if that OK ;-)
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: The French government reluctantly agrees with the sultan. Austria?
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: Once italy and germany are formally eliminated, we can do it.
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: My British friends the Italians have a tight schedule time is of course of the essence ;)
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: All right draw
18 May 17 UTC Autumn, 1909: All right draw
19 May 17 UTC So who did not draw?
19 May 17 UTC I did. Englsnd might not have seen it yet.
19 May 17 UTC I am confused that GERMANY gave up resistance TURKEY.What happened in GERMANY?
19 May 17 UTC I think Germany got angry with France and England for attacking them so gave up his SC's to Turkey. Personally I think its a bad tactic as they could have made it very difficult for both of us in central Europe but at least they didn't NMR
19 May 17 UTC Germany direct attack to RUSSIA is rather different to giving up resistence.I had suggested RUSSIA several times but RUSSIA did.not attack GERMANY or TURKEY.I do not know why all of them thought AUSTRIA is easy to destory?
19 May 17 UTC if think someone has breaking site rules then email the Mod's. You shouldn't accuse people in press.
19 May 17 UTC I just want to know.what was GERMANY thought about.
19 May 17 UTC Uhh? Huh? Are you accusing Germany of working with Russia?
19 May 17 UTC Who believe in me accusing GERMANY of working with RUSSIA?HE forgets who get MOS?
19 May 17 UTC What do you mean?
19 May 17 UTC GEMANY move is engima.
19 May 17 UTC Huh?

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France
Kropotkin (0 D X)
Drawn. Bet: 15 D, won: 26 D
12 supply-centers, 11 units
Turkey
Drawn. Bet: 15 D, won: 26 D
9 supply-centers, 9 units
England
Hathkin (100 D)
Drawn. Bet: 0 D, won: 26 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Austria
shengba (100 D)
Drawn. Bet: 15 D, won: 26 D
5 supply-centers, 5 units
Italy
Hellion19 (111 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Germany
Sufi (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 15 D
Russia
Alabaster (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 15 D
Civil Disorders
maxitaxi123 (75 D)Italy (Autumn, 1901) with 3 centres.
Gunny12 (100 D)England (Autumn, 1902) with 2 centres.
Stag (100 D)Italy (Autumn, 1904) with 4 centres.
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