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Finished: 06 PM Mon 20 Jul 15 UTC
We are Allies Right ????
1 day /phase
Pot: 264 D - Autumn, 2009, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn

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25 May 15 UTC Spring, 1994: Is Egypt going to miss the very first turn???
01 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1996: Ok, I'm tired of seeing the previous message. It makes me look bad. To set the record straight, I did not miss the first turn, (or any that followed), there were about four hours left, and my RR is in the high 90s. :)
02 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1996: This is out of my jurisdiction, but isn't it, well, amusing how, in the North Sea, Britain support held the unit he was attacking instead of supporting the attack?
02 Jun 15 UTC Spring, 1996: Ha Ha! I was protected by my Enemy!
04 Jun 15 UTC Autumn, 1996: 2 demons whisper in my ears, they want each others deaths and want me to help their cause, unfortunately they both have committed acts that tempt me to stop my work in italy for them
23 Jun 15 UTC Autumn, 2001: Goodbye, Egypt, thanks for playing!
23 Jun 15 UTC Autumn, 2001: Good game all. :)
01 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2003: Since the largest player, Spain, has offered a draw once Turkey is gone (sorry, Turkey), I am putting in my draw now. I urge Italy and UKR to do the same and Spain, to abide by his word, and draw once Turkey is gone no matter what.
05 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: This one is the peace of our "drawing" Russia. If moreover Italy will be his puppet... Ukraine wake up!!!
05 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: You have attacked and attacked and attacked me. I will protect my allies from your aggression.
06 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: I'm not anyone's puppet. I moved to Milan because *YOU* made builds that could only be used to attack me, and didn't respond when I questioned you about it. That's not my fault, nor did Russia ask me to do it.

Let me reiterate this publicly, because while I've said this many times privately, some people may not trust me: my goal in this game is a 4-way draw with myself, Russia, Spain, and Ukraine (in alphabetical order).

There is no ulterior intentions. I have lots of gratitude towards Spain for defeating France, gratitude towards Russia and Spain for defeating Germany, and gratitude towards Ukraine for helping me ultimately get Serbia and Greece.

I have no motives to attack either 3 of you, nor do I have the ability to (at 11 SCs, Spain has 23--I'm not stupid), nor would that accomplish much. After the Franco-German alliance nearly killed me early on, I'm quite happy with mere survival, and I'm not going to jeopardize that by attacking an ally where the upside is just a 3-way instead of a 4-way.

Let's just wrap this up. No petty feuds, no conspiracy-theories, no stabs, please.
06 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Italy is not my puppet, but just a good ally and someone who wants to survive, obviously.
06 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2005: Ok, dear friends. Everybody in this map deserve draw.
08 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2006: someone disagrees ..I wonder whom that would be ..
08 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2006: I voted. It is clear that our Russian friend don't want to draw. I am sure that we will be able to.convince him....
08 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2006: I voted long before anyone else.
09 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2006: Okay, someone's a liar. Who is it?
09 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2006: Whoever attacks someone else is pretty clearly going on a naive solo grab. We should all gang up on whoever attacks someone else first.
09 Jul 15 UTC Spring, 2006: Well we all say we have voted..
09 Jul 15 UTC Autumn, 2006: It is clear who is the liar, from the beginning. When Russia wrote that I agreed with a draw was not true, then he was a liar. Now I voted. Since both Ukraine and Italy have no interest to not draw, Russia did not vote. Ukraine, please, convince him with your armies in the North. In the South we are in a stalemate.

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