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Finished: 06 PM Sat 28 May 16 UTC
Modern Europe-3
1 day /phase
Pot: 50 D - Autumn, 2012, Finished
Modern Diplomacy II, Public messaging only, Anonymous players, Unranked, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Krakenator (1087 D)
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: well you arnt to much better germany.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: I did attack you to obtain your SC's for myself or Egypt. Communication has been difficult enough between everyone and I figured you weren't going to continue playing after germany's betrayal(something that I have seen before.)
As you can see now, I did not attack you this round so I will expect you to not attack me next round.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: ok
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Let me guess, germany is claiming that i'm the bad guy while he's actually just ending the game with a solo for the good of everybody right? I never stated I was perfect.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: lets just draw this game.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: No, I am not better, but I do not pretend to be.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: I do think Germany played this well. But I also think it took the fun out of the game when he entered and changed the dynamics of the game. I'm not blaming you Germany, perhaps you did the logical thing, but we had a fun easy going game and then you came in and changed alliances that had organically developed over time. Of course you're playing to win, I honour that and would probably had done the same thing, but nevertheless all this replacement trouble has taken the fun out of it.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Russia, I agree and understand. Really, there are few games now where the original players stay in until the end. I like world games and they usually end with less than half the original players. Again, I appreciate the even-handed, objective nature of your texts.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Poland: Can I have support into the Central Russian Plateau please?
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Wow, your alliance attacks Poland AND asks for his help. Do what you want Poland, but, really, that is something else.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: I'll attack Bielo with Podolia so germany can't use that army for support.
24 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Hey look at that, we are waiting for germany to 'ready' again. But don't worry, I'm sure he will post something about being busy.
25 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Nope, not busy. Just getting to work after a good night's sleep.
25 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Uh oh! Barcelona is in trouble.
25 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Egypt, take as much time as you need. When I sign up for 24-hour cycled games I do not get upset or agitated if each phase takes 24 hours. I know that life is more important, and that we are all busy. Take all of the time that you need.
25 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Thanks Poland.
25 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: Sorry, didn't mean to hold up the game.
25 May 16 UTC Autumn, 2011: your welcome
26 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: would some one support me into bielorussia?
26 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: and not attack me at the same time
26 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: Sure, I will! (kidding!!!)
26 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: thanks Germany (Kidding)
26 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: Italy, Egypt, when you get a chance to plot your moves then go ahead and do so. Take your time. I understand the need to take the full 24 hours.
26 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: Poland: I doubt it will work, but I'll support you into Bielo-Russia (and not attack you).
26 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: thanks
26 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: @Egypt:
I can support move an attack against And with my SoG fleet if you want to attack from the Western Med.
27 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: Oops! Morocco looks vulnerable.
27 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: so much for my attempt
27 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: Poland, it makes sense that you attack. The reality is that we are in a stalemate is Eastern Europe.
On another note, I am very glad that Italy/Egypt did not destroy you.
27 May 16 UTC Spring, 2012: lets just all draw.
27 May 16 UTC Poland, please understand why I will not draw at this point. I set to draw coming into this game and Egypt simply refused to draw. I will not draw now. Egypt is going to lose.
27 May 16 UTC so you are not Drawing becuase you want revenge?
27 May 16 UTC In my personal opinion germany has never set to draw since he joined the game.
27 May 16 UTC So Barcelona will wall, that's 32. The green ones need to move Bar-Lyo, Lyo-TyS. If Bar gets destroyed with no retreat there are not fleets enough to stop Germany from taking Morroco. But TyS and Lyo S Wes and Alg S Mor has a good chance of holding the line. Even if Germany shifts a fleet to Auv that stalemate should hold as Lig S Lyo.
27 May 16 UTC he, wall=fall
27 May 16 UTC Keep convincing yourself, Italy. Delusion is wonderfully solipsistic and rewarding because there is no one in your own mind to point out that you are wrong. You will see at the end that I draw as a rule. All rules, however, can be broken. I am breaking it for this game.
27 May 16 UTC Italy votes cancel ... hmmm ....
27 May 16 UTC Germany, don't get too smug, it's not as though you enheireted a small nation and through pure genius raised it to a mighty empire.
28 May 16 UTC I did inherit a large nation. No denying. And now it is larger.
28 May 16 UTC You could have drawn, Egypt, but you thought you would beat me.
28 May 16 UTC Italy, are you really going to let your entire alliance down? You?!? You with the accusations and rallying cries?!?
28 May 16 UTC *Sigh* That was a fun game, I wish it was still going.
28 May 16 UTC Me too! ><
28 May 16 UTC So were all but three other players beginners? Judging by the D-tokens below.
29 May 16 UTC I think so. That explains much, like Italy not plotting supports for his units as much as he could/should have. Missed plots, too.
29 May 16 UTC Russia, I knew you were playing the best game on the other side. I am not surprised to see that you are so high-scoring.
29 May 16 UTC good job germany
29 May 16 UTC Thanks, glo2018. If I thought that could avoid losing and have kept you on my side, I would have. I really am glad they kept their end and worked with you.
29 May 16 UTC I apologize for the unexpected disappearance everyone, there was a personal matter including a hospital visit which took priority over the game.
Regardless I am glad the game is over.
29 May 16 UTC I hope all is well, Italy. WebDip is just a game. Life is everything.

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Tslipper16 (100 D)
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Civil Disorders
NickJ (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1994) with 5 centres.
SamH (148 D)Ukraine (Autumn, 1996) with 2 centres.
Italian Stallion 2.0 (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 2003) with 5 centres.
Да (229 D)Germany (Autumn, 2001) with 17 centres.
Ramiro (100 D)Egypt (Spring, 1995) with 5 centres.
tsarrouf (100 D)Britain (Spring, 1998) with 4 centres.
Yohai_The_Impaler (100 D)Poland (Spring, 2005) with 3 centres.
ABDULSDABOSS (94 D X)Britain (Autumn, 2001) with 2 centres.
MacArthur (162 D)Britain (Autumn, 2002) with 2 centres.
nav0901 (100 D)France (Spring, 1995) with 4 centres.
KingJulien (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 2006) with 1 centres.
ZANDREWS (100 D)Ukraine (Spring, 1998) with 1 centres.
Tslipper16 (100 D)Ukraine (Autumn, 1999) with 0 centres.
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