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Anneal (316 D)
03 Oct 17 UTC
Does Empire4 (Fall of the American Empire) need to be balanced?
Unless most other Diplomacy maps, Empire4 is not very balanced and a few nations have severe disadvantages that make it very difficult for them to win while others are fairly overpowered. I can explain more if someone wants to ask.
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Ogion (4378 D)
04 Oct 17 UTC
Hurricane Nate to hit Alabama?
oh, look another hurricane!

This one is tropical depression 16, but may pick up to hurricane strength.
Bo, thoughts?
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Condescension (10 D X)
01 Oct 17 UTC
Rival/hatred game variant
I'd like to play a game mode where each player is secretly given a unique rival (so no two players share a rival), and the only players counted at the end of the draw are those who have both survived and eliminated their rival. A solo doesn't need to eliminate their rival and rivals aren't necessarily symmetrical.
37 replies
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orathaic (1009 D (B))
03 Oct 17 UTC
In the 21st century...
Is the government right to use violence against its own citizens?

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gyroelongated (100 D)
04 Oct 17 UTC
Unknown Player in Anonymous Private Game
I'm completely new to Diplomacy and this website. I made a private game and explained to my friends how to join my private match. Though only 2 people say they've joined, I have 3 anonymous players other than myself registered. Is it possible one of them joined twice? I know by the time stamps that it was one of the first two players who joined the game, the times are only a minute apart, and I am wondering if the small time frame is just a player joining twice.
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cspieker (18223 D)
03 Oct 17 UTC
HTML hack the "move preview"
Is this why I always lose?
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captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
11 Sep 17 UTC
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Mafia 31: Deja Vu
This thread is for participants of Mafia 31 only.
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Deeply_Dippy (388 D)
02 Oct 17 UTC
Issue #139 (Fall 2017) of Diplomacy World is now available
Highlights include various tributes to the late Jim-Bob Burgess as well as his last ever article, an interview with Siobhan Nolen.

Get it while it's hot! http://www.diplomacyworld.net/
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HBbuc (113 D)
03 Oct 17 UTC
Battle for McDonald's!!
Join the battle for McDonald's across the plains of America, the seas of the Caribbean, and the tundras of Canada!!
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Smokey Gem (184 D)
27 Sep 17 UTC
Australian 1v1 Title match
Are you an aussie living in aussie or overseas ( must be Australian not a tourist). I am looking to establish the best 1v1 player we have.
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Hamilton Brian (717 D (B))
14 Sep 17 UTC
Hamilton Brian Invitational
Dippers! I am looking at setting up semi-anonymous ranked WTA games @20 points each. There will be one each of full press, gunboat, and public press. Ideally the RR% will be at or better than 85%. PM me if you are interested in joining. Once I have the 6 candidates, games will be set up and passwords will be sent.
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MajorMitchell (1033 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
Vale Hugh Hefner
Hugh Hefner dies at age 91. A controversial character, extremely successful businessman, championed some Liberal causes, gay rights, marriage equality, Native American rights, gave many authors a break, eg Alex Haley, but also it has to be said, contributed to the objectification of women and exploited women for financial gain.
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bo_sox48 (4834 D Mod (G))
27 Sep 17 UTC
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Mod Team Announcement
Claesar has agreed to join the mod team. Please join me in thanking him for volunteering to help us keep the site cheater free and wish him well as he sacrifices any semblance of a social life in the name of making webDip great again.
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Condescension (10 D X)
26 Sep 17 UTC
German opening strategy
What are your thoughts on German opening strategy? Apart from the west, how do you try to manipulate the eastern sphere?
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lalalandfg99 (102 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
How to actually put the commands for a support move?
Hey guys its been a while for me and I was wondering if someone could go into depth about support moves and holds?
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captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
24 Sep 17 UTC
Top FvA Players - What's your nationality?
See inside...
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CommanderByron (869 D (S))
14 Sep 17 UTC
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Official Webdipia Game Thread (Sim 3)
This thread is for players of "Alternative History Simulator 3: A New World"
-All standard forum rules apply
-To join PM CommanderByron and he will give instruction.
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Enriador (100 D)
26 Sep 17 UTC
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[Suggestion] Alternate winning conditions
vDiplomacy has a way to set up "alternate winning conditions", e.g. to customize how many turns are played and/or how many SCs need to be conquered before a winner is declared. For example, we can have a game of Classic running for 14 turns (Fall 1907).
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AnawerCZ (108 D)
30 Sep 17 UTC
links in private massages
Is it legal to post links in messages between countries?
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YanksFan47 (190 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
Secret Hitler Take 2 Sign-Up Thread
Game 1 has been scrapped, and thus we are trying once more. See inside for details.
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Condescension (10 D X)
18 Sep 17 UTC
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Secret Hitler Game 1
Please only post in this thread if you are playing. Players, please learn all the rules of the game. Watch let's plays or something as well. Ask me questions in PMs ONLY.
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Qacper (1122 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
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Polish speaking players
Hi all,
I am trying to set up a game with Polish as a communication language. Is there anyone interested?
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Amaruq (100 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
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FFS WHY?
Why does online Diplomacy give me Germany to start with in every single game I sign up for?
Seriously, does it use region-based IP-checking? Because I'd really like to try out different countries and strategies.
And no, taking over Leavers doesn't count because you always get a losing position way past the point of getting a proper strategy rolled out (that's why the original player threw the game)
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captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
1v1 Showdown - An Update
110 players entered. After 8 months, 11 are still fighting for the title, and of those 11, just 2 remain undefeated.

That number is about to become 1.
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
Winner's Bracket SemiFinal games:

gameID=204142
gameID=204143

Trust me, if there was ever a set to spectate, it's this one. More to follow.
TiconderogaHB (100 D)
08 Aug 17 UTC
How was this tournament set up? was it double elimination or something else?
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
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The 1v1 Showdown began in early January 2017, and with 110 players signing up to participate, it's the largest tournament WebDiplomacy has ever held. There are also huge prizes on the line - the total prize pool is 3500 D, with 1500 of those going to the overall victor.

Attaining any of those points is no mean feat, though. Only the top 16 finishers get anything at all, so to even get the minimum prize of 50 D, players had to outlast at least 94 of their fellow competitors.

The Tournament is Double-Elimination, meaning that if you are defeated once, you drop to the Loser's Bracket, where you are able to fight on. If you are defeated in the Loser's Bracket, you are eliminated from the tournament. As stated in the header, 11 players now remain, but 9 of them are fighting for survival in the Loser's Bracket - just 2 remain undefeated, and those two are facing off in the SemiFinals right now.


PLAYER SPOTLIGHTS - WINNER'S BRACKET, SEMIFINAL

Since France vs Austria was introduced to webDiplomacy, XORXES has been absolutely dominating the 1v1 scene - he has held the #1 spot in 1v1 Elo since taking it from Ezio in March, and his tournament performance absolutely reflects that.

After losing a match in Round 2 to mscott, he came back and decisively won the tiebreaker, and since then has lost no other games - facing off webDiplomacy legends Genghiz and Yonni without stumbling. Currently the favourite to not only win the 1v1 Showdown, but also the 1v1 Champions League, he is very much the player to beat in this set.


MERCY, on the other hand, has very much been the dark horse of the tournament. Due to his initial #78 seeding, he's faced incredibly tough competition right from the start, and nobody expected the run of victories he's managed to maintain. While his road to the semis has not been anywhere near as flawless as Xorxes', having gone to tiebreakers in all but one of his sets, he's consistently pulled victories against high ranking players, knocking out the #6 and #14 seeds as well as defeating SantaClausowitz, the player who knocked site #1 SplitDiplomat into the Loser's Bracket.

In every set he's played, Mercy has come in as the underdog, yet he's pulled off a win every single time. Could Mercy continue this run and be the David to Xorxes' Goliath? We'll have to wait and see...
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
@Ticonderoga - The tournament is indeed Double Elimination, so the winner of this set has not yet won the tournament - but they do get two 'lives', as it were, in the finals, as you must be defeated twice to be eliminated. The winner of this set is also guaranteed at least second place, which comes a 600 D prize - but of course they'll be aiming for first and the 1500 D, along with the title of 1v1 Showdown Champion.
Fluminator (496 D)
08 Aug 17 UTC
Wow. Mercy knocked out gold and ghug?
TiconderogaHB (100 D)
08 Aug 17 UTC
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Thanks guys!
@captainmeme That was a great intro for people who are relatively new to the site(or even if they are not)! I'm excited to see this tournament finish now!
ghug (5046 D (B))
08 Aug 17 UTC
Mercy forced a tiebreaker against me by winning two or three consecutive guesses in the Mediterranean before beating me in said tiebreaker. I'm hoping to see something similarly close here.
ghug (5046 D (B))
08 Aug 17 UTC
(and of course I have full faith in his ability to crush that scum from the filthy upper half of the bracket)
Tom Bombadil (4196 D (G))
08 Aug 17 UTC
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I think its a testament to meme's dedication that this tournament has gone so smoothly. I've seen plenty of tournaments go to shit because of sloppy work or laziness by the tournament director. The fact that a tourney of this size has gone through without so much as a hiccup is quite the feat.

I haven't followed the brackets too closely, but I'll be watching the rest of the way.
JEccles (425 D)
08 Aug 17 UTC
Can we get a new link posted for the website that has the brackets?
ghug (5046 D (B))
08 Aug 17 UTC
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http://webdiplomacy.challonge.com/1v1Showdown2017
Yeah, he beat me on a couple of enormous guesses. I tend to go for high-risk, high-reward scenarios. And it was unique because I didn't really have any of his previous game history to base my guesses off of, because none of y'all ever threatened his home SC's
Best of luck to him against xorxes though. He'll need it.

captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
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I've spoken about the two players fighting it out in the Winner's Bracket - but what of the other side of the coin? 4 huge name players were eliminated in Losers' Bracket Round 7 - Josemurc, dagabs0, rdrivera2005 and peterwiggin - and finish their tournaments runs in joint 13th place, just about making the cutoff for prizes. 4 more players eliminated in Round 8 will join them in that prize tier, while 4 others will get one step closer to the finals.

PLAYER SPOTLIGHTS - LOSERS' BRACKET ROUND 8

In fact, one of these Round 8 sets has already been concluded.

Set #207 - BALKI BARTOKOMOUS vs SPLITDIPLOMAT

gameID=200820
gameID=200822
gameID=201153 (Tiebreak)

At the beginning of this tournament, both SplitDiplomat and Balki Bartokomous were Diplomacy Kings, with SplitDiplomat in the #1 spot in the webDiplomacy rankings and Balki Bartokomous at #1 over on PlayDiplomacy. Although both have since been dethroned (by the same player!), it was truly a clash of the titans as SplitDiplomat took the victory in the tiebreaker match. Split is now waiting to find out who his next opponent will be - and whichever player wins set #208, it's going to be a tough matchup.

SET #208 - GHUG vs DJANTANI

(Games are currently being set up - GameIDs will be posted when they begin)

While Balki Bartokomous and VillageIdiot have been fighting for the #1 spot in Full Press on PlayDip, Djantani is undisputably PlayDiplomacy's top Gunboat player, and that skill transitioned well onto the France vs Austria map. He's currently ranked at #15 in 1v1 Elo on webDip, and has previous been in the top 3.

After knocking early favourite Peregrine Falcon out of the Winner's Bracket in Round 3, he met his match against Genghiz, but quickly regained his footing and defeated both VashtaNeurotic and peterwiggin 2-0 in the Losers' Bracket. He'll be looking to continue that run against Ghug - but it's not going to be easy.

While Djantani excels in gunboat, Ghug is well known for his exceptional Full Press play. While he's recently dropped off Ghost Ratings due to his inactivity in ranked games, he ranked in at #6 in Full Press and #12 overall back in April, and he also successfully managed to transfer his skills across from the Standard variant to the 1v1 scene. After an undefeated run of 8 games, Mercy pulled off a huge upset in Round 5, knocking him down to the Losers' Bracket, where he's been waiting for an opponent ever since. The big question here - will he be able to avoid the fate of fellow top Full Press player peterwiggin? Or will the PlayDip gunboater send him crashing out too?


SET #205 - FLUMINATOR vs THORONDORNL

gameID=204146
gameID=204147

While the Showdown was open to players from all sites, the vast majority of signups came from webDiplomacy and vDiplomacy - just 5 of the 110 who started out originated from PlayDiplomacy, and two of those players were eliminated in the second round. The three that remained, however, all made it to Round 8 of the Loser's Bracket, causing one spectator to dub them 'The Three Musketeers of PlayDip' - which perhaps cursed them, since the first (Balki Bartokomous) fell immediately afterwards. Djantani and ThorondorNL are the other two, and both are looking very strong.

Nobody has had a run quite like ThorondorNL's. After getting a bye past the First Round, he entered the tournament with (supposedly) a fairly easy draw, since his initial seeding was very high. Unfortunately for him, that 'easy draw' was Mercy, leading to a defeat in the very first round he played and an immediate drop to the Losers' Bracket. Since then, though, he's had an incredible run of sets, defeating vDiplomacy's #1 1v1 player Devonian, early favourite Peregrine Falcon, and most recently gunboat legend Josemurc - and many more besides. After facing potential elimination and overcoming it for 6 rounds, he's not about to let up now.

Taking a look at his opponent, Fluminator, we see a massive contrast. A late entrant to the tournament, Fluminator claimed to have never played a 1v1 before the Showdown, yet blitzed through the Winners' Bracket, defeating top Gunboater dagabs0 and Full Press player AlexNesta before being knocked into the Losers' Bracket by none other than Xorxes. He's an extremely unusual player in that he still claims to be bad at the variant, and attributes many of his wins to blind luck - but this is very likely just a strategy to make opponents underestimate him, and this far into the tournament nobody is going to be falling for that.

It should be interesting to see which prevails - the incredible drive and determination of ThorondorNL, or the 'Blind Luck' of Fluminator.

SET #206 - Y2KJBK vs SANTACLAUSOWITZ

gameID=203415
gameID=203416
gameID=203993 (Tiebreaker)

This set is already on its tiebreaker, and it's one hell of an interesting game to watch. A huge early positional advantage by Austria has nearly been overturned by superior tactics from France, but the game is still on a knife-edge. Austria (Y2kjbk) has 18 centers reachable, but it's going to be a hard fight to collect them before France (SantaClausowitz) breaks his line.

Both players are high level gunboaters on webDiplomacy, and both have successfully adapted their tactical prowess to work in 1v1s. Both players have also beaten extremely good players to get to this point - with the list of players Y2kjbk sent to the Losers' Bracket including site #19 Hellenic Riot and fellow gunboater Josemurc, and with SantaClausowitz beating former site #1 SplitDiplomat and high level gunboater dagabs0. Both were also sent to the Losers' Bracket by the two players who are responsible for the majority of the surviving LB players being there - genghiz knocked out Y2kjbk in Round 4, and SantaClausowitz was a victim of the long line of upsets Mercy caused in the Winners' Bracket.
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
Ticonderonga - You're welcome! I've been meaning to start writing some kind of commentary on this for a while, but there were really too many games going on to be able to highlight them.

This tournament is planned to be annual, and it's open to all - so for anyone who's interested, you'll get a chance to sign up and compete in early 2018! :)

@Tom - Thanks, it's much appreciated, although it hasn't been quite as smooth as it's seemed - there's been a number of occasions I've been late in getting the games set up :) I'm hoping it's smooth sailing from here on out, though.

I also promised I'd do a commentary series called Captain's Spotlight which I never got around to. I'm strongly considering doing live commentary in a Spectator's Discord instead, since it's much easier to commentate one phase at a time and we're at really high level and interesting games now (although there were also quite a few before this which were also very high calibre).
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
DJANTANI vs GHUG

gameID=204157
gameID=204158
Zybodia (355 D)
08 Aug 17 UTC
Yay for starting this update! Boo for starting it after I'm eliminated.
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
Sorry Zyb :( You nearly got there.
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
08 Aug 17 UTC
CAPTAIN'S SPOTLIGHT

It's here! (Kinda)

Live commentary on each game will be happening on the Spectator's Discord Server. There will also be channels for Spectators to give their own commentary and to discuss the games.

https://discord.gg/hHxK7kv

When you join, you'll only be able to see the #general and #announcements channels. If you're not in any of the games, I'll give you the Spectator role ASAP so you can see all the commentary - if you're in Tournament Games, feel free to join too, but I will not be giving you access to the commentary and discussion about your own game.
VashtaNeurotic (2394 D)
08 Aug 17 UTC
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Only took 4 months. I'm impressed
HA, really meme, you decide to first spotlight a game I rage quit then embarrass myself by coming back...

without mentioning the other 4 games I've rage quit and embarrassed myself coming back

At least I've gone down swinging, that's I'll I gotta say!
SantaClausowitz (360 D)
09 Aug 17 UTC
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and by the way Mercy doesn't upset people, he upsets his unsuspecting puppets that he makes dance around at his whim.
4 months? You mean 8
ThorondorNL (204 D)
13 Aug 17 UTC
Another 2-0 win, still haven't lost a single game in the losers bracket.
gameID=204146
gameID=204147
y2kjbk (5402 D (G))
14 Aug 17 UTC
Will have to do something about that.
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
14 Aug 17 UTC
And y2kjbk and ThorondorNL advance, knocking out SantaClausowitz and Fluminator! Both are now guaranteed a top 8 finish, but one of the two will go no further as they're pitched against one another in Round 9.

Set #209 - THORONDORNL vs Y2KJBK

gameID=204548
gameID=204549
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
14 Aug 17 UTC
The tournament page has been updated! Long overdue, but I'll keep it updated constantly from now on :)

https://sites.google.com/site/phpdiplomacytournaments/1v1-showdown/1v1-showdown-2017
CAPT Brad (40 D X)
15 Aug 17 UTC
Meme's been jmoing again! %=======]D}*~~____
domwnec (245 D)
19 Aug 17 UTC
Bump
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
20 Aug 17 UTC
And Djantani advances in a 2-0 victory over Ghug!

Set #210 - SPLITDIPLOMAT vs DJANTANI

gameID=204916
gameID=204915

Can Split eliminate two PlayDip Musketeers in a row? Or will Balki's defeat be avenged? Tune in now to find out - these games are looking to be played semi-live, which means they should be moving along very, very quickly.
michael_b (192 D)
20 Aug 17 UTC
http://webdiplomacy.challonge.com/1v1Showdown2017

Is this it?
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
20 Aug 17 UTC
Yep!
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
23 Aug 17 UTC
Djantani and SplitDiplomat both take one game as Austria in two incredibly quick games, so they're going to a tiebreaker. Can Djantani make this set a whitewash for Austria? Or will SplitDiplomat strike back with France?

gameID=205110
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
31 Aug 17 UTC
The results are in for all three sets!

In the semifinals, despite a misorder that looked to have cost him one of the game, XORXES recovered to advance 2-0 over MERCY and advances to the finals, where he will wait for his final opponent. Remember - since this is double elimination, this means that Xorxes will essentially have 2 lives in the final; a huge advantage and one that is well deserved after the level of competition he's managed to stave off.

Who will that opponent be, though? Mercy is one, although he has to await the results of three more sets before he gets to play again. The other four are about to be thrown into the action once more, and only two will progress to the next round.

LB ROUND 10 - PLAYERS' SPOTLIGHTS

Set #214 - GOLDFINGER0303 vs THORONDORNL

ThorondorNL has been to the Losers' Bracket what Xorxes has been to the Winners'. After that early loss to Mercy, he has not even dropped a game - and he kept that up in his last round against Y2kjbk, winning both matches after early concessions from his opponent. After winning 8 sets in a row - more than any other player, due to the larger number of Rounds in the Losers' Bracket - only 4 players stand between him and that title. The first is an incredibly formidable player by the name of Goldfinger0303.

Goldfinger is a well-known name on both webDiplomacy and vDiplomacy, and was one of the few players in this tournament with significant experience playing France vs Austria prior to its release on this site. His knowledge was evident from the very beginning, as he was the first player to publicly push the Anti-Alpine Opening - sending the fleet to Venice - and it really only became popular after his forum posts on the subject; quite something considering that it is now the most used Austrian opening in high level FvA. He was also the first player to publicly express concerns about the effectiveness of the 'Italian' opening for Austria (Tyo Tri Alb) - an incredibly common opening in the early days of FvA on webDip, which has now dropped out of the meta for the exact reasons he described at least two months before it fell out of use.

So who will take this set? The wise old Goldfinger0303, who has been playing and perfecting his art for years? Or the determined ThorondorNL, who played his first FvA game less than 9 months ago? Only time will tell.

Set #213 - GENGHIZ vs DJANTANI

Both PlayDippers survived the last round of the tournament - ThorondorNL knocking out y2kjbk, and Djantani knocking out webDiplomacy's #1 Gunboater, SplitDiplomat. Djantani will no doubt be celebrating his victory, but he'll also be preparing for his toughest matchup thus far.

This is the first rematch in the tournament. The player Djantani is facing now - Genghiz - is the player who knocked him out of the Winners' Bracket in Round 4.

As people who were paying attention to the site header recently will know, Genghiz recently won the 1v1 Champion's League, and in style, too. After a reasonable showing in the Group Stages, he upped his game for the Round of 16 and did not drop a single match in the entirety of the elimination rounds; not even in the final, against the very player who waits as the Final Boss in this tournament - Xorxes.

Djantani will have his work cut out for him if he wants to take his revenge. Genghiz wants to take a second 1v1 title for his collection, and this fight is definitely not going to be easier than the Round 4 games.


Game links will be posted here when they have been set up!
Whelp, I made it this far. Gotta be happy for a top 10 finish
Bump
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
16 Sep 17 UTC
Djantani eliminates Champions League Victor genghiz in a thrilling tiebreaker! This is the first 'revenge kill' in the tournament, as genghiz was the player who knocked Djantani out of the top bracket.

This means Djantani advances to face the winner of the Goldfinger0303-ThorondorNL set, and is guaranteed a top 4 finish.
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
19 Sep 17 UTC
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And Goldfinger0303 takes the set 2-0! Unfortunately this is where we say goodbye to Thorondor's incredible winning streak - still, going from being knocked out of the top bracket in the very first round, to coming joint 5th out of 110 participants, is quite an achievement!

It was also quite the set to watch - if you want to see how crazy France vs Austria games can get, I absolutely recommend giving Game 1 (gameID=205678) a look.

Now we move onto Set 215, between Djantani and Goldfinger0303. One of them will end their run just one win short of a podium finish...

Links to those games will be posted when they've been set up.
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
19 Sep 17 UTC
Set 215 - GOLDFINGER0303 vs DJANTANI

gameID=206725
gameID=206726
ckroberts (3548 D)
20 Sep 17 UTC
Making sure I am correct: the goldie/Djantani winner will play Mercy. The winner of that plays Xorxes, who has yet to be eliminated and thus has to win one of two sets to be champion?

I got eliminated, uh, several months ago, but great work on this captainmeme.
Yes, that seems correct ck.
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
23 Sep 17 UTC
Yep, that's correct. Also, almost everyone got eliminated several months ago - we had to wait for quite a long time while some of the slower paced games caught up. I believe there was still a Round 2 set going when the first Round 5 game finished up.
snowy801 (621 D)
23 Sep 17 UTC
was that one mine
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
23 Sep 17 UTC
Um, possibly. I don't remember.
snowy801 (621 D)
23 Sep 17 UTC
I feel like you have some memory issues meme
chluke (8490 D (G))
23 Sep 17 UTC
Go team Mid-Atlantic!
Good match with Djantani! It was a lot of fun. Onto the next

*Cracks knuckles*

Vengeance shall be mine
captainmeme (1126 D Mod)
29 Sep 17 UTC
And with a 2-0 victory, goldfinger0303 dispatches the final PlayDip Musketeer! Djantani finishes in fourth place, just short of a podium position.

With that, goldfinger0303 advances to play a revenge match against the player who knocked him out - Mercy. Will we see the same reversal of fortunes that genghiz and Djantani experienced? Or will Mercy adopt the title of 007 by eliminating goldfinger once and for all?

SET 217 - MERCY vs GOLDFINGER0303

gameID=207323
gameID=207324


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yavuzovic (240 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
Spambot. What does it mean?
I saw two players banned for Spambot. What does Spambot mean? I can't remember this from Rules.
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Jacob63831 (160 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
Question for the mods (and ex-mods)
What's the strangest / worst excuse you've received in response to a cheating, metagaming, etc. email?
1 reply
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ubercacher16 (259 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
Force draw.
How would I go about asking the mods to force draw a game which has gone on to long?
2 replies
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Royalty (0 D X)
28 Sep 17 UTC
Hello Still Searching the solution is here
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HBbuc (113 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
New GUI
I don't know much about updating graphics for websites, how much work do you think it would be to update the GUI of this website. And if it is easy, should they or do people prefer the current graphics?
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leon1122 (175 D)
28 Sep 17 UTC
Movement Question
Say Country 1 has units A and B and Country 2 has units C and D. What would happen if A supports B to C, and C supports D to B at the same time? Do the moves cancel out, or does B move to C (dislodging it) and D moves to B?
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