Finished: 07 PM Wed 17 Apr 19 UTC
Classic Gun-Boat
7 minutes /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1912, Finished
Classic, No messaging, Anonymous players, Draw-Size Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Hachiman (497 D)
17 Apr 19 UTC holy fuck my first solo ever
17 Apr 19 UTC Italy deserved it as he was the only one who apparently knows how to play the game.
17 Apr 19 UTC Nc
17 Apr 19 UTC gg Italy and Russia.
Germany what the fuck man?
17 Apr 19 UTC Shouldn't have attacked Turkey...only competent player in the game.
17 Apr 19 UTC That's hardly fair Russia, we got the line assembled at the last minute, you should have stopped throwing and both of you should have voted Draw again.
17 Apr 19 UTC Why couldnt just keep front till England is done?
17 Apr 19 UTC Why didn't you give up on trying to get rid of me, idiot?
17 Apr 19 UTC I couldn't hold the line. It was clear from like 1903 that he would break through. NO ONE ever came to help. I literally couldn't stop him from breaking into Turkey and then my home territory.
17 Apr 19 UTC I moved to Pie in the first turn and France got so scared that he left an army at Mars for the rest of the game lol
17 Apr 19 UTC *1906, rather. mistyped
17 Apr 19 UTC Italy could get solo only in that crazy outcome I was up to draw as the second player
17 Apr 19 UTC You would have held the line if you quit throwing. You can't be serious right now. JUST HOLD SAINT PETERSBURG AND VOTE DRAW!
You were right to pull back when you did because Germany was going to try to kill us instead of stopping the solo, but you should have realized that you had done enough to force Germany's hand and then not thrown the game. That is entirely on you.
17 Apr 19 UTC By the time England and Germany were entering France and he finally saw the writing on the wall he came over, but at that point I was already prepared and stopped him cold
17 Apr 19 UTC @Germany - you let Italy just rampage his armies through your territory and didn't do a damn thing.

@England - I was still trying until you took St. Pete. I NEEDED that build to hold the line
17 Apr 19 UTC No shit Germany. How do you not understand why we did what we did? You made it overwhelmingly clear you were trying to eliminate us before the draw. Do you think we're blind? You built a FIFTH FLEET while we were all voting draw to stop the solo
17 Apr 19 UTC Russia, no, you didn't need that build. You could have survived in St. Petersburg. Which you would have done, if you had quit throwing at the end.
17 Apr 19 UTC You literally had a leftover fleet in Sweden you could have disbanded
17 Apr 19 UTC There was no trust. You attacked St. Pete and Germany hadn't shown any sense all game. Figured Italy deserved the win.
17 Apr 19 UTC What a frustrating game. Props to Italy for the solo, props to Russia except for the last year.
17 Apr 19 UTC That fleet build in 1907 by Germany was so frustrating.
17 Apr 19 UTC Oh bullshit. You didn't even so much as vote draw again. That's on you and you know it. Maybe look at my moves, and what Germany (who you agree was utterly senseless) was doing to me, and figure it out instead of throwing a temper tantrum and throwing the game well after you had made your point.
17 Apr 19 UTC While you had your big conflict on east south, we had the same west, if I would move on Italy, I would lost to england on east abd get participated by them finally
17 Apr 19 UTC You were only in a conflict with England because you kept building fleet after fleet after fleet and NOT DOING ANYTHING about the 2-3 Italian armies in Germany for most of the game.

@England - I honestly never looked at the rest of the game board once I started my withdrawal. I had every intention from 1910 to throw to Italy.
17 Apr 19 UTC Well at least you admit it. Take a breather sometimes man. I get that Germany was unbelievably frustrating... trust me, first-hand experience on that brother. But there was actually a point where we had forced Germany's hand. I'd be pissed in your spot too but you have to make sure you're not missing something bro.
17 Apr 19 UTC that’s fair. My bad.
17 Apr 19 UTC Russia, how'd I do? I'd like to think I shut down Turkey pretty well, stopped him from getting Serbia and delaying his fleets. I'll admit I was really worried when you took back Rumania and my unit was caught with nowhere to retreat, that was prime time for you to attack as I couldn't keep the line up. Also you should have used the Warsaw unit to attack more, my units in Sil and Boh were merely there to harass and interrupt support, not really to take it....I'll admit there was like two turns where I completely ran out of time to give them orders to move up to Prussia and Silesia
17 Apr 19 UTC All good, we will get them next time o7
Italy I know you didn't ask me but I think you did fine. France deciding to hari-kari on you really disrupted your ability to commit vital armies to the Russian front
17 Apr 19 UTC I kept giving support for Berlin to Silesia to get Germany to help.

The whole reason you were able to snowball was me attacking Turkey... I think that was a mistake, but I needed to get builds.

I’ll have to review the early turns and see how your guys’ fight went.

Start Backward Open large map Forward End

Hachiman (497 D)
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 70 D
18 supply-centers, 16 units
sadarchie (100 D)
Survived. Bet: 10 D
12 supply-centers, 11 units
Survived. Bet: 0 D
2 supply-centers, 3 units
Chaqa (4231 D (B))
Survived. Bet: 10 D
2 supply-centers, 4 units
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Nynzal (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
The Czech (43126 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Civil Disorders
ThatBuhlLarry (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1906) with 1 centres.
The Lord Watermelon (386 D)England (Autumn, 1901) with 3 centres.
StelliferousSky (100 D)France (Spring, 1909) with 1 centres.
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