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Finished: 03 AM Sat 17 Jul 10 UTC
Remember the past
1 day /phase
Pot: 186 D - Autumn, 1911, Finished
Classic, Public messaging only, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Galvorte (516D)
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: so, i want vienna, greece for the next term and for the upcoming terms i would go for serbia and budapest perhaps. uups sorry i have already guaranteed them, so i don't need your help. cmon boy, you have realized that you'll lose the gae for sure so in order to hide your shame, you're blaming me for being childish. i am just playing my game and kicking your butt. you hate me and therefore making up some nonsense reasons. who is childish i can't decide.
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: L'enfant: this is supposed to be a game for adults. I have not insulted you at any stage. You have resorted to abuse and appear unwilling to apologise so frankly you can stick whatever cities you like up your arse.
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: you don't know how to play the game. there is no apology for that.
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: This nothing to do with how I play and everything to do with your abusive language.
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: England, Russia - faced with a player who resorts to common abuse without provocation I would like to end this game now. Please join me in a vote to cancel. No doubt France will not agree so this will be symbolic but I would appreciate your support against his ungentlemanly conduct.
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: ah cmooon, you can't be that retarded. just shut up and try to play your game. if such a common word made you that angry, i am sorry. i didn't know we were playing with a softy.
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: You just can't stop can you: retarded, softy. You clearly have no clue how to behave.
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: The best way to take care of the issue, I think, is simply to beat the offending player and send them away in shame.

One can also file reports with the moderators.
29 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Thanks for the suggestion
30 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Russia: I will vacate Sev & Bul this season.
30 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Grab 'em before l'enfant gets a solo
30 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Austria, there's no need to get upset. France is just trying to wind you up, and he appears to be succeeding.

There is no point complaining to the moderators. This is an issue that has been discussed on the forum many times, and the official view of the moderators is that swearing and name calling is not a crime. In some cases it can in fact be be a valid Diplomacy tactic.
30 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Dear Tsar, you may be right about it being a deliberate tactic but it is one that I find unacceptable. I have lost enthusiasm for this game but am happy to work with you & England to stuff the frog.
30 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: Generally such tactics are considered acceptable. Try to keep calm.
30 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: I do want Bulgaria and Sevastapol though, thanks ;p
30 Jun 10 UTC Spring, 1907: I am much calmer now but still rather disillusioned by this game. You can have your centres back.
30 Jun 10 UTC Autumn, 1907: wow i didn't expect that. i have lost nothing, great.
02 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1908: russia, please now go for rumania.
02 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1908: also bulgaria is defenceless, i would suggest that move as well.
05 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1908: Apparently I was too busy sleeping.

I'm back now.
05 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1908: What was Napoleon's line about waking up the bear?
05 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1908: C'mon you good fellows. I have my enthusiasm back. Let us tonk the cheeky French chappy all the way back to the bordello he was sired in.
05 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1908: Tsar, I obviously have my back door open so this is kind of up to you. Take advantage and the Frog will win, and I think you have to decide on whether to stab at Rum hoping for a bounce, tricky to decide on open comms channel. Up to you. However, F Con to Aeg will certainly help turn the Blue tide.
06 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1909: Hmm. A very interesting situation for me, this... What do you think, France and England?
06 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1909: Interesting. France logs in and immediately finalises his moves, but does not reply to my message.
06 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1909: and he missed previous two phases .... not very reliable or he is very busy = not a great ally. He can be taken which would obviously give me great pleasure.
06 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1909: Erm, no he didn't. He moved in this phase and in the one before.
06 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1909: Sorry, you are right but he did miss a retreat and I think one other.
06 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1909: sure, go ahead..
07 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1909: This is getting messy. Sure you won't take a 4-way draw at this point, France and England?
09 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: Guys - I am going away for the weekend and would really appreciate it if you could give me a pause. I am visiting a friend who is ill

I will be back on Monday. Please pause?
09 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: Done. Hope the trip goes well.
09 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: Don't mind a short break myself, actually, got a fairly packed weekend even if I'm not going anywhere -- hope your trip goes well!
12 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: Hello guys. I am back now. Thanks very much for pausing.
We can unpause now.
14 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: @England: I know that you are close to a solo, and well done for that, but we all know that is a result of France going AWOL. A drw would be the decent thing to do. If you choose not to, I am not going to roll over and let you walk into Italy without a fight. Better take Par & Bre instead.

@ Russia: stop chewing my arse and focus on England. If he insists on fighting together we can stop him.
14 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: Ok Austria, I'm with you. Let's give it a try.
14 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: Good. I think we can force him to a draw.
14 Jul 10 UTC Autumn, 1910: The speed with which I win is attributable to France's CD, but not the fact that I will win. I'm fairly certain that I would've won even without France going CD, it just would've taken a while longer.
14 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1911: Fair enough
14 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1911: But you can still vote for a draw :-)
15 Jul 10 UTC Spring, 1911: Austria: I propose we swap Rumania and Bulgaria. My fleet would be better put to use helping you in the Med than sitting where it is, and if I take Rumania in return I will have a clearer route west from Sevastopol.

Do you agree?
15 Jul 10 UTC Oh, my message was too late. Well, do you want to make the swap this turn?
15 Jul 10 UTC It did.

How does you having Rum help move units from Sev? From Sev to say Sil the distance is same via Ukr or Rum.
15 Jul 10 UTC Best thing your fleet can do is support Ion to hold to stop Eng breaking through.
15 Jul 10 UTC Oh yes, where is A Gal going?
16 Jul 10 UTC Bohemia.
16 Jul 10 UTC Ah, game over.
16 Jul 10 UTC Ah so it is, & you were trying to sneak an extra centre from me.
16 Jul 10 UTC Well done Galvorte. Thanks to those who played as long as they could, bollocks to those who left.
16 Jul 10 UTC Indeed, fun game. Good game to all.

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England
Galvorte (516D)
Won. Bet: 25D, won: 99D
18 supply-centers, 14 units
Austria
diplomat61 (223D)
Survived. Bet: 25D, won: 50D
9 supply-centers, 7 units
Russia
Jamiet99uk (840D)
Survived. Bet: 25D, won: 39D
7 supply-centers, 8 units
France
arsen (0DX)
Resigned. Bet: 25D
0 supply-centers, 4 units
Italy
Donk3y_Boy (124D)
Defeated. Bet: 25D
Germany
vonRoon (100D)
Defeated. Bet: 11D
Turkey
The Czech (500D(S))
Defeated. Bet: 25D
Civil Disorders
Donk3y_Boy (124D)Italy (Autumn, 1905) with 0 centres.
arsen (0DX)France (Autumn, 1909) with 8 centres.
BenMQ (100D)Germany (Spring, 1902) with 3 centres.
vonRoon (100D)Germany (Autumn, 1905) with 1 centres.
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