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Finished: 03 PM Thu 03 Jan 19 UTC
Join. I'm Bored
7 minutes /phase
Pot: 35 D - Autumn, 1906, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
02 Jan 19 UTC Spring, 1906: no we agreed to swap ownership so he could better handle central europe
02 Jan 19 UTC Spring, 1906: no we agreed to swap ownership so he could better handle central europe
02 Jan 19 UTC Spring, 1906: Nice game, especially gg for austria for great deal with russia and quick reaction in munich, Italy lost because of being indecisive imho.
02 Jan 19 UTC Spring, 1906: Definitely. First live game tripped me up, and I took too long demonstrably picking a side.
02 Jan 19 UTC Spring, 1906: out of curiosity, were you the same people who joined all of the other live games I made this afternoon that all ended up failing due to lack of people?
02 Jan 19 UTC Most likely yes
02 Jan 19 UTC Not me. And thank you France.
02 Jan 19 UTC Me neither.
02 Jan 19 UTC Cheers Austria, you were probably the deciding player who made this possible then lmao
02 Jan 19 UTC My Pizza arrived just 30 seconds before the game started hahaha
02 Jan 19 UTC My Pizza arrived just 30 seconds before the game started hahaha
02 Jan 19 UTC that was one stressful dinner :D
02 Jan 19 UTC that is such fortunate timing lmao
02 Jan 19 UTC I'd kill for some pizza right now.
02 Jan 19 UTC And for such a low point game haha
02 Jan 19 UTC I got business call in 30 minutes so I am happy about other end timing either :P
02 Jan 19 UTC Time to return to creating lesson plans for my students. think having them play diplomacy for a whole class is an acceptable lesson?!
02 Jan 19 UTC how long is the lecture? haha
02 Jan 19 UTC 100%.
02 Jan 19 UTC what are you teaching?
02 Jan 19 UTC Who is taking Tunis? Don't bounce
02 Jan 19 UTC The Cold War lmao so not very applicable
02 Jan 19 UTC I mean it's pretty applicable, right?
02 Jan 19 UTC hm no, this is non-nuclear deterrence right here ;)
02 Jan 19 UTC Power politics defined the era, and by the late game you've got strong national blocs and minor powers being forced to pick a side or be consumed.
02 Jan 19 UTC aah damn
02 Jan 19 UTC Tunis went wrong there lol
02 Jan 19 UTC Shall we have italy within this draw for this elegant standoff?
02 Jan 19 UTC Well it IS a binary system of power blocs, that is true
02 Jan 19 UTC True, however this is a US history class. The United states variant would be more fitting, but this variant is just superior
02 Jan 19 UTC yea fine with me tbh
02 Jan 19 UTC yea fine with me tbh
02 Jan 19 UTC Remember to show them the first few turns of the game and tell them not to play like Turkey.
02 Jan 19 UTC Italy can be part if you guys accept that
02 Jan 19 UTC points are peanuts anyway
02 Jan 19 UTC Maybe give the groups of students secret objectives that score extra points outside of the game for following historic objectives?
02 Jan 19 UTC Glad to see you stuck around haha
02 Jan 19 UTC Fine by me
02 Jan 19 UTC Italy, will you do us the honour?
02 Jan 19 UTC Aw man, what a game.
02 Jan 19 UTC Truly, how could I pick between two alliances when both sides were so honorable.
02 Jan 19 UTC It would be better for a WWI lesson, just assign them to the alliances and let them conceptualize the strategy of war
02 Jan 19 UTC Not a bad afternoon, Good game guys
02 Jan 19 UTC Good game all
02 Jan 19 UTC Seeya! If the modern version of Europe were as solid as this one I'd recommend it instead. Best of luck with the lesson plan.
02 Jan 19 UTC GG guys, pleasure to have gamę in such a company! Cya!
02 Jan 19 UTC You could probably go on VDiplomacy and find a good variant there.
02 Jan 19 UTC Later
02 Jan 19 UTC good game guys, thanks for playing! Maybe tomorrow evening again?
02 Jan 19 UTC If any of you lot care to arrange it and shoot me a message, I'd be more than willing to try again with a more decisive national strategy.

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Russia
stranger (575 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
10 supply-centers, 9 units
Austria
NoMatter (165 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
9 supply-centers, 8 units
France
sadarchie (100 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
England
jbaby96 (334 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
Italy
Ferrous (198 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 7 D
1 supply-centers, 2 units
Germany
MZA (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Turkey
PhoenixFire (771 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Civil Disorders
PhoenixFire (771 D)Turkey (Autumn, 1904) with 0 centres.
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