Finished: 10 PM Tue 21 Mar 17 UTC
Everyone show up to this school
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 175 D - Spring, 1913, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring, Hidden draw votes
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
09 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: I couldn't agree more.
12 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: still paused?
12 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Seems like it. Another 22 hours.
13 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: I've voted unpause since the request was through Saturday, and it's now Monday.
13 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: We have to wait for France and new Austria. Or we could cancel... :)
13 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Sorry, England and new Austria. Hey new Austria, do you know that you need to vote unpause?
13 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: I'm still not sure where all the cancel proposals are coming from lol. We've had a pause, which is more than fair and doesn't affect the game, and then a player get banned for meta/multi that was down to 2 SC, and clearly didn't affect this game because only one person was banned. So as far as webdip games go, this has been an almost flawless game without any civil disorders lol
13 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: I think the usual reason people use cancel votes in situations like this is because they don't like their position and draw votes are hidden.
14 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Well, I got screwed by the player who was a cheater, so I think it's totally reasonable to cancel the game. Don't worry, I hardly expect the winners to agree. :)
14 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: It's my usual go to, Italy. Don't worry about it. As soon as phases are missed in live games, or foul nefarious cheaters besmirch our full press games, I hit cancel.
14 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: You had your vote up before this RAB business...
14 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Hah! I may have.
14 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Italy, they might have been a cheater overall, but they didn't cheat in this game so it didn't really affect what happened to you. It just happens that they were a cheater and got caught elsewhere, if it affected this game then 2 people would have been banned lol
15 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: When do we talk to the mods about forcing an un-pause?
15 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Now? Has anyone sent an email out to them? I don't want to barrage them with more than one request.
15 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: I haven't and don't have time to right now. Would you mind doing it?
15 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Have them check when Austria and England last logged on. No sense in unpausing if it'll just lead to a CD.
15 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Wasn't there supposed to be a mod keeping an eye on this game anyway?
15 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Hey all, sorry I have been really busy and haven't had much of a chance to log on.

Unfortunately, I don't think I will be able to commit the same amount of time that I used to commit for these next couple of months. I know this is supposed to be a high quality game and I don't want to bring the level of play down due to the lack of my ability to consistently send press and log on. Therefore, I think it would be best if there is a substitute who could take my place. What would be the easiest way to do this?

Greatly enjoyed the game thus far and good luck to all for the remainder of the game. Sorry I couldn't play it through to the end.
15 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Moderator: (peterwiggin): Sorry to see you go, England. Thanks for letting us know instead of cding. I'll take care of finding a sub for you guys and swapping him in.
16 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Moderator: (peterwiggin): Thanks to the new English player for taking over that terrible position.
16 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: hey everyone! Glad to be here.
16 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Come one Peter, don't muddy the waters!!!! I cry foul!!! Foul, and cancel!
17 Feb 17 UTC Spring, 1906: Hey England! Thanks for taking over for the prior player :-)
25 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: Thanks for taking over and playing it out Austria, Good game.
26 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: Yes, Austria! Thanks for taking a rather unenviable position and trying it out. Hope to be on the other side with you some game.
26 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: OK, I've survived longer than Austria. I am content.
26 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: Sorry about the NMR...had to run a weekend event and lost track of time. I'm in the game until the bitter end.
26 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: You've got my support, Italy! If we can encourage cooperative free trade through the Tyrol and Venice, then Rome and Naples can celebrate with a sausage party. Knockwurst. Bratwurst. Mettwurst.

What! Oh...you guys thought I meant...

You all are filthy!
27 Feb 17 UTC Autumn, 1907: Sorry guys, long weekend. I'll talk after I sleep.
12 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1910: Good game Italy!!! You had some valiant efforts! I hope you consider and EoG.
12 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1910: Good game, thanks for sticking through until the end!
13 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1910: I leave smiling, since neither of the people who stabbed me benefited from doing so in any way.
17 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1911: Thanks again England, for taking over and preventing a CD. That was a tough position to be in. Good game!
17 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1911: Yes, thanks England. You took on a position that was against the odds and tried to make a place for yourself.
18 Mar 17 UTC Autumn, 1911: More than tried, he made it better than half the game.
18 Mar 17 UTC Spring, 1912: The people of Russia are tired of the ceaseless conflict. We vote draw. Anyone who would like to join us is welcome to do so.
19 Mar 17 UTC Good game everyone. That was a lot of zigging and zagging I had to run with in the beginning.
19 Mar 17 UTC Good game, everybody. It was a pleasure to play with you all.
19 Mar 17 UTC Yes, good game!
19 Mar 17 UTC Who was the one the had a mod tutoring? Wasn't this one of the Christmas present games?
19 Mar 17 UTC I was pretty sure it was France.
19 Mar 17 UTC Pax Scandia! That was good,
19 Mar 17 UTC Finally established it a decade later :-) The first England was having none of it.
19 Mar 17 UTC Why would England have a need for it when they grabbed Denmark off of me. That Russian fleet in Baltic had me nervous most of the time it was there. I think I had the long memory for when France used Austria to get into Munich. There were a lot of twists and turns in this one for me.
19 Mar 17 UTC Just posted an EOG in the forum. I wouldn't mind hearing what everyone has to say.
20 Mar 17 UTC Hey everyone,

I posted on the forum EOG, but in that I mentioned that I would love to play again and see what could happen in another game. I created a new one, the link and password is below. Join if you are interested, if we don't have 7 in a few days I'll open it to other people outside of us.

http://webdiplomacy.net/board.php?gameID=194326

Password: School
22 Mar 17 UTC I've only had one person join up so far, is that all that's interested from here?
22 Mar 17 UTC I am considering it, but am also feeling the need for a break from press games for a bit.
24 Mar 17 UTC Sorry guys, I have to decline this time. Too much going on IRL.

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Turkey
Zybodia (355 D)
Drawn. Bet: 25 D, won: 58 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Russia
Drawn. Bet: 25 D, won: 58 D
12 supply-centers, 12 units
Germany
Drawn. Bet: 25 D, won: 58 D
10 supply-centers, 9 units
England
Yoyoyozo (182 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
France
JEccles (421 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Italy
pastoralan (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 25 D
Austria
hajra_vac (358 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Civil Disorders
Rabid Acid Badger (50 D X)Austria (Spring, 1906) with 2 centres.
arj11 (254 D)England (Spring, 1906) with 6 centres.
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