Finished: 11 AM Fri 28 Dec 12 UTC
1 day /phase
Pot: 109 D - Autumn, 1911, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Septhy (122 D)

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24 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Game on! Have fun, everyone.
25 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1901: Good luck everyone, especially you Austria.
26 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: The peaceful French Republic was suddenly and deliberately attacked by land and naval forces of the Empire of England and the Federal Republic of Germany. The Italian Republic was at peace with these Nations and was still in conversation with its Governments and its Leaders looking toward the maintenance of peace in the area. During the intervening time the English and German Government has deliberately sought to deceive France by false statements and expressions of hope for continued peace. The people of the French Republic have already formed their opinions and well understand the implications to the very life and safety of our Nation and the rest of Europe.
Whereas the Imperial English and German Governments have committed acts of war, inter alia by breaking the conditions of the truces, against the Government and the people of the French Republic, Therefore be it resolved that the state of war between the French Republic and the Imperial English and German Government which has thus been thrust upon France is hereby formally declared.
26 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: England never agreed to any agreements. I said they were interesting proposals. Never did i say yes i want alliance. I moved to the English channel which most people would find acceptable. As you see it as a state of war then England will respond.
26 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: Evil England has not only deceived France, they have also mislead us with their false statements and expressions. England can therefore not be trusted. The other nations of Europe must show that they do not accept such treachery by any nation by taking responsibility and declaring war on the unreliable nation of England.
27 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: Ok mate i never said a alliance was on i said a interesting proposal.
27 Nov 12 UTC Autumn, 1901: There are unwritten rules that condemn your treachery. You may not have used the words you say, but evil England did mislead the peaceful nation of France on purpose; every possible interpretation of the words you used will ascertain you wanted and accepted the proposal for a truce subsidiair alliance. Now it appears that they were chosen for no other reason than to mislead and deceive us.
France couldn't have known and shouldn't have known that your words we're actually deceiving and untrustworthy. This makes England the worst ally any nation can have.
27 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1902: Ah well. you can keep going on and on and on. Or you can stop it and get on with the game.
27 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1902: Just for the record, all I have been saying is because of the game. If I wouldn't be 'getting on with the game' I would have talked directly to you as a person, not as a nation. I'm sure you're a nice guy as a person, but not as a nation. Don't forget this is Diplomacy; they didn't add a text box just for fun.
28 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1902: Haha ok.
28 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1902: hello i am the new austria
28 Nov 12 UTC Spring, 1902: Hello Italy had a revolution. What came along with it is a new foreign policy
09 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 1906: Sorry forgot to do my turn.
22 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 1910: Can we please call this off? My ally England has rage quit, It's only a matter of time before I get decimated to the might of Italy, why can't we just leave it here and call it "good game Germany, you played pleasantly".
Notice the alliteration ^.^
22 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 1910: It's up to Italy. I have no problem backing him to the game's conclusion-- I made myself obviously "not a threat" so that I wouldn't get crushed. It won't be all that much longer regardless of what Italy does, he shoudl be able to mop up the last four supply centers that he needs easily enough, so I'm not sure why he should bother to draw-- I can see four or five that he could take in the next year fairly easily.
26 Dec 12 UTC Spring, 1911: Feel free to take Brest and Marseilles, infact, I will gladly help you grab them if you leave the rest of my centres intact.