Finished: 12 AM Wed 02 Oct 19 UTC
Private Triremes and Treacheries
2 days /phase
Pot: 25 D - Autumn, 7, Finished
The Ancient Mediterranean, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
2 excused missed turn
Game won by BoneWagon (125 D)
28 Aug 19 UTC Spring, 1: Hail from the King of Persia. Swear fealty, or taste Damascus steel.
29 Aug 19 UTC Spring, 1: BEHOLD THY GOD, MORTALS
I HAVE FEASTED UPON THE ENTRAILS OF FALSE GODS
I HAVE SHACKLED THE COSMIC CHARIOT AND LASHED IT TO MY WILL
THIS WORLD WILL BE REBUILT FROM BLOOD AND MARBLE
SWEAR OBEISANCE OR BE ANNIHILATED
29 Aug 19 UTC Spring, 1: WE SHALL SPREAD THE EXPIRED MILK OF OUR ENEMIES BONES ON OUR BREAD, AND WE SHALL CALL IT CHEESE! FOR WE ARE ROME, AND IT IS OUR... DESIRE... TO DO SO.
30 Aug 19 UTC Spring, 1: The feta of all who oppose Greece is death.

But Greece doth hold forth an olive branch to all those that might wear Socrates with their sandals.

Those who oppose Greece and her allies will be supple Plato in our hands.

Join with Greece and become a gyro.
09 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: Across the salt sea
Mouths are forced open screaming
For Hannibal's stew
09 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: It seems to Carthage
That the sea is not alone
In being salty
09 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: False God Pharoah falls.
You can only blame yourself.
You should have been nice.
10 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: Two "great" nations
fellate themselves and
call it a conquest.
10 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: The sands of Egypt
Contain a paucity of
Both poets and Kings
10 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: The sea is salty
The poems are saltier
Friendship is fleeting
10 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: Just so we are clear,
Carthage holds no grudges beyond;
Salt improves the taste
10 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: pretend grudges is
one syllable long so that
my last haiku works
11 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: Poetry like war,
common rules we must follow.
This slight will not stand.
11 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 3: egypt takes to the
seas with blackjack and hookers
horus sayeth yeet
12 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 4: The warriors scream
That Greek bodies are ready
Ancient memery
13 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 4: You may not like it
But this is what an ideal
Map looks like, all blue
13 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 4: Uncreative kings
Seek a straight boring road to
A draw of three lords
14 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: The risk inherent
In calling out the victors:
What does that make you?
15 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: Rome couple of things to note:
-an even 3way is 11/11/12. So beware of any deal where you get less than 5 of my 7 SCs. Both P and C can solo from these positions if they get the leeway.
- there was something else that I forgot
15 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: Greece speaks so plainly in the global press. Is he playing the part of Kassandra or Odysseus, I wonder.
15 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: These are facts, not frivolous theatre.
15 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: It is but a horse, nothing more.
15 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: The butt of the roman steed faces thee. Art thou into it?
15 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: As I was born in 13BCE, I am a millennial and therefore totally into eating ass
16 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: Might be proven wrong when I wake up but: RIP Egypt, F's in the press, RIP to a real one
16 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: Lol here we go bois, gl carthage
17 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 4: Ty greece, bold is law
17 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: I rescind my F
17 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: Egypt holding onto the dickfleet, well played
17 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: The children of Thebes will die knowing their final betrayal came at the hands of their own king
18 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: Hmmm... I would say it's in Persia's interest to keep the triremes of Pharoah Dickses IV alive, but it's a complicated scenario along the Nile.
18 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: I'm voting to draw, by the way, because if we don't all try to force Carthage to draw, Carthage will win hands down.
18 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: Unfortunately I see both Rome and I acted spitefully... although... my triremes, positionally, are more valuable than my chariots. But losing the army in Venetia is not great.
18 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: Rome and Persia, do you want to make a posse to stop Carthage's solo? I think Massila is lost but Carthage actually has too many fleets and not enough armies in the west to conquer Rome as required, so we could stop them.
18 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: I was very spiteful before and intending to throw the game but now I really want to stop the solo.
19 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: Gis ahl riddy up den
19 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: GameMaster: Game was extended due to at least 1 member failing to enter orders and having an excused missed turn available. This has un-readied all orders.
19 Sep 19 UTC Spring, 5: F
19 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: Ⅎ [ >:-( ]
19 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: The Trojan horse gallops for the safety of Sinope
19 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: Rome let me have Cher bruh
19 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: Remember you said I should attack Persia
19 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: We're allies now bruh
19 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: Our metaphorical noose is lookin much more attractive in hindsight, eh Persia?
19 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: Greece makes a good point. I said that a few seasons ago. But here's another good point. But Rome also makes a good point: I want it.
20 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: And hand you the world on a platter? I think not Carthage. May we live in interesting times.
20 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: Though I will say, crushing Egypt together has me feeling a bit of kinship. No matter what happens, the false God who showed no modesty was immediately crushed by his own hubris. If I am to die, I would still die happy.
20 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: The earlier you vote draw the cooler you are btw
20 Sep 19 UTC Autumn, 5: Guess I'm feeling pretty hot then
29 Sep 19 UTC gg boys

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Carthage
BoneWagon (125 D)
Won. Bet: 5 D, won: 25 D
18 supply-centers, 17 units
Persia
NguTron (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
10 supply-centers, 10 units
Rome
richalds (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
4 supply-centers, 3 units
Greece
foodcoats (636 D)
Survived. Bet: 5 D
2 supply-centers, 3 units
Egypt
Snidely (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
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