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Finished: 08 PM Tue 22 Apr 14 UTC
Private *68...where one partner eats the ass
1 day /phase
Pot: 50 D - Autumn, 7, Finished
The Ancient Mediterranean, Public messaging only, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Bonita Mussolinia (118 D)
08 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2: BTW, next game, we should make the turns 1 day 12 hours, just to guarantee people don't miss turns Chances are, we would still have at least one turn per day as long as everybody checks each night, but would give a buffer just in case.
08 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2: I can dig that. But in my opinion, Rome fucked up his builds. I think that had something to do with interest.
09 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2: Rome didn't even make a move last turn, and I do agree that 5 tanks might be too much for a country on a peninsula.
09 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2: Rome just needs to ready up right now, they have moves in...
09 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 2: I apologize. My massive orgies have extended a lot longer than I originally planned
- Cesar
09 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 3: I hate when that happens.
09 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 3: Rome, your attempt to hopscotch your armies way across the sea using enemy ships as stepping stones has failed. Sorry to be the first to tell you.
09 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 3: Rome: You have to ask me first before you try to use my ships to convoy your armies. I would have been happy to give you a lift. Please and thank you go a long way.
09 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 3: I think Rome's mouth was too full of orgy-dicks to speak with any coherence.
09 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 3: Greece, in order to take Vind., you must have your fleet in the Adriadic Sea attack Venice so that it can cut off support. If you do that, Dal and Illyria can take Vind.
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 3: Rome and Egypt are both done. Two, maybe three turns until they're carved up. That leaves me, two units shy of both of you two at best (Carthage and Persia). One of you two are most likely going to win, and in order to increase your odds, you'll want it to be me you fight with 1 on 1 at the end cause I'll be smaller. I want second place. So, who wants me on their side?
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 3: Greece, we have worked well together so far, but you have moved troops into byzantium, which can only be to attack me. Join me, and we shall fulfill our destiny!
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 3: Randy, why are you voting draw?
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 3: Byzantium move was to cover my ass, you get 3 units I get 1. I gotta make sure I can defend. It's also to present myself as neutral. Our agreement has worked so far, but I need to feel safe. I'm scared, Persia.... So scared...
10 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 3: And Randy is pouting, and is using the draw vote to hide his tears.
11 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 4: Greece - I can help you get Rav if you want to help me get rid of pesky Persia
11 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 4: Topple a nation for the false promise of helping me capture a province you can't support me into? Hm, no. I can take Rav on my own in two turns. How about this: first person to take Cyrene is the person I don't attack.
11 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 4: That is a bad gauging point, since I can't reach Cyrene for two turns but he can reach it this turn.
11 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 4: Yeah after looking again that is a little lopsided. Instead you shall fight to death! The winner earns my allegiance.
12 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 4: The the server shit it's pants all day, right?
12 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 4: Yea
12 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: Carthage! My dear friend, Persia has moved against me! Come to my aid with your ships, help defend Greece and her interests at Crete through the Messenian sea, and you shall have an ally for the duration of the war.
12 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: Deal.
12 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: Greece, it is clear that it is YOU who has betrayed ME. Your moves are all against me, while you let Carthage walk into your back yard. You have been, and never will be, trustworthy. Do not fault me for accurately predicting your betrayal.
12 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: EGYPT, it is clear that you and I must align against Greece and Carthage. The enemy of my enemy is my friend, so we shall put our differences out of the way for survival.

I propose to help you gain Cyrene back. I will support move you from Memphis to Cyrene. You, obviously, will move to Cyrene from Memphis. We both win in this instance.
12 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: Greece - I'm moving to attack ven so you can take rav
12 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: Well to support your move to rav
12 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: Actually, I don't know how you want to protect dal. and vind.
12 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: Retake Roma and let his unit die after the fall. We can sort Rome out after that. March your armies against Egypt at your own behest, but let's take down Persia together. He has gone rogue. Move your fleets to the seas close to me.
14 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 4: This game is winding down, so I CREATED A NEW GAME. Game name: *burns, password: War. Ancient Med map, 1.5 day turns (to try and ensure people don't miss turns and fuck up the game). I have it set for anonymous players, but you can private chat. Try not to tell people who they are (Randy, people know which country you are when the first thing you say is "this is going to be a shit show").
17 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 5: Greece, you have been attacked by your "ally" the Carthaginians. Join me to smite him!!!
18 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 5: Greece sucks as an ally. Good luck.
18 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 6: Greece sucks as an ally. Good luck.
18 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 6: Persia! Humble, most innocent and trustworthy Greece beseeches you for assistance! Carthage has back stabbed me and proved their nature as vile and dishonest! I will surely fall under your might. Instead, let me be your right hand, a pawn in your huge expanse of might! I will fight Carthage, demilitarize my borders with you, and you can have Miletus!
18 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 6: I think Carthage has 16. I'm going to make my main goal to keep her from taking 18. You can fight her and try and make gains. First place sounds better than second right?
18 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 6: Greece, if you stick with me, YOU will be second place.
18 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 6: Let's do it.
18 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 6: You should rotate your fleets in order to protect your SCs. Move Black Sea to Byzantium, Byzantium to Macedonia, and support move macedonia from byzantium with illlyria, and then aegean can support hold sparta. you will be able to defend all of your borders this turn that way
19 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 6: Greece, make sure you withdraw to Vind so that you can keep your SC next turn. I can help support you.
19 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 6: Done.
19 Apr 14 UTC Autumn, 6: Spoke too soon. You can't retreat to an 'embattled' territory. That might be the game after next fall.
20 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 7: I can support move you into vind
20 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 7: Support move miletus into Aegean sea with Byzantium, and it will destroy his unit.
20 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 7: Done. Can't let Carthage take Vindobona (close to victory) I will support Sarmatia into Vindobona.
20 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 7: Moron, I said I would support move you! Now we both support moved the other. Oh well.
21 Apr 14 UTC Spring, 7: Yeah my bad, I forgot about you mentioning that the other day. Plan?
21 Apr 14 UTC This game is probably over. He only has to hold one of the three supply centers he captured last spring to get to seventeen and win.
21 Apr 14 UTC Focus your troops on Sparta and athens
21 Apr 14 UTC 18 to win.
21 Apr 14 UTC I survived bitches!

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Carthage
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 28 D
19 supply-centers, 16 units
Persia
RyanYant (316 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 23 D
15 supply-centers, 13 units
Greece
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: D
0 supply-centers, 4 units
Egypt
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Rome
scanlan23 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
theamazingyant (0 D X)Egypt (Autumn, 4) with 1 centres.
scanlan23 (100 D)Rome (Spring, 5) with 1 centres.
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