Finished: 03 PM Fri 12 Mar 21 UTC
Havoc-2
1 day /phase
Pot: 70 D - Spring, 1920, Finished
Classic, Draw-Size Scoring
2 excused missed turn
Game drawn
13 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1904: I *told* you all Russia was a dick!
13 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1904: True. Could you ready up? ;)
13 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1905: My bad - done
19 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Seems like we’re headed for a nice draw. Austria and Germany, you good with that once England is gone?
19 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Give me a little time to dance in his grave first, then we’re good
19 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: *on
19 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Germany. Did I upset you? Is that why you feel the need to be such a poor sport.
I don't know what I could have done Maybe it was when I told you that you wouldn't get the lion's share of my SCs. Turns out I was right. You needed French help to get me out of Scandinavia and St. Pete. Regardless. Good game.
19 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Nah, I’m just kidding, England - although you certainly didn’t endear yourself to me with your petty vindictiveness. It is what it is.

Nah, the only person I *really* couldn’t stand was Russia XD
19 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Petty vindictivness? Get a grip. Faced with a two-front assault by France and Germany I couldn't defend England and Scandinavia at the same time. I figured my only chance was to get to Scandinavia. France would get more SCs and would then try to win. I knew you weren't going to try to win, you made that clear. Explaining an obvious strategy wasn't being vindictive.
19 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: Calm down, dude
19 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1907: I’m just saying I didn’t much like your messages to me, crowing that France was going to eat me next and you were going to do your best to make it easier for him. Just struck me as a bit childish, not to mention defeatist. Anyhow, it’s only a game, I don’t really mind about any of it.
23 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1909: I don't wanna fight France. Smashing that draw button.
23 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1909: That’s the spirit, I don’t want to fight me either!
23 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1909: No seriously, i’m happy to draw, and without Germany’s help Austria is never going to eliminate me. You might take Italy and TUN but I will always hold you at MAO.
24 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1909: Austria don’t want to draw?
24 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1909: If you don’t draw and continue to attack me eventually Germany will get the solo. He as access to more of my SC’s than you do.
25 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1910: You cheeky swine, Austria!
25 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1910: Austria I appreciate your perseverance but we’re already holding a 17 center stalemate line in the west. It’s impossible for you to solo, so we might as well draw
25 Feb 21 UTC Autumn, 1910: It’s useless dragging this game on longer than necessary
27 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1911: Come on Austria, let’s draw
28 Feb 21 UTC Spring, 1912: Bonjour Austria, mind if I do some raiding behind your lines?
03 Mar 21 UTC Autumn, 1914: Congratulations Austria, you’ve reached your highest possible number of centers. Can we draw now?
03 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1915: I refuse to draw. So one of y'all needs to stab the other so we can end this game.
03 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1915: Why would you refuse to draw
03 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1915: You do realize that without any realistic prospect of a solo (which you don’t have, since neither of us will ever stab the other to hand you a solo), a draw can be forced?
03 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1915: Then force it
03 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1915: Austria... you're confident of victory, still?
03 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1915: I just ask because... that last message just seems bordering on rude I think.
03 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1915: Indeed not very nice. I’ll wait for another 2 turns to show no centers change hands, and then I’ll contact an admin.
04 Mar 21 UTC Autumn, 1916: Ugh, enough now
04 Mar 21 UTC Autumn, 1916: Unlike you two, I don't play to draw. I play to win. There are ample opportunities to end this game ASAP, all one of you two need to do is take one.
04 Mar 21 UTC Autumn, 1916: ‘Unlike you two?’

Both France and I have tried, at different points, to forge our own solo victories. Your has been more successful than ours were, and credit to you for it - but you have failed too, and need to be a bit less stubborn about recognising that fact...
04 Mar 21 UTC Autumn, 1916: Do you seriously expect either of us to just stab the other and give up both shares of the draw, so you can claim victory?
06 Mar 21 UTC Autumn, 1917: Gosh, I wonder what's going to happen *this* turn?
07 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1918: Well, wouldn’t you know it
07 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1918: so sneaky with that fleet in gulf of bothnia...
07 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1918: How are those mods coming on, France?
07 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1918: Dunno, I contacted them, haven’t heard back yet
07 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1918: wahhhhhh go try to mommy and daddy
07 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1918: *cry
07 Mar 21 UTC Spring, 1918: Gee... well, now that we’ve been so mercilessly mocked, my resolve is truly beaten. Guess I’d better stab France.
11 Mar 21 UTC ...You thrill me.
12 Mar 21 UTC ...you annoy me.
12 Mar 21 UTC Moderator: (kgray): This game will be force-drawn in 24 hours unless the draw holdout responds to the email that was sent asking how they intend to win the game.
12 Mar 21 UTC Moderator: (goldfinger0303): Drawing now. There's a solid stalemate in place for years
12 Mar 21 UTC Moderator: (kgray): Apologies for the delay in forcing this draw through.

Austria, your refusal to draw despite knowing you had no way forward is not acceptable, especially considering your mocking messages in global. If this happens again we will dock you points for ruining the game for others.
12 Mar 21 UTC Thanks
12 Mar 21 UTC Moral victory
12 Mar 21 UTC Kinda odd... I really enjoyed working with you, Austria, for most of this game. I honestly can't figure out why your whole character seemed to change over this. Turned a nice game into something fairly unpleasant at the end. A pity.
12 Mar 21 UTC Hah and we were actually rewarded 50 tokens for good sportsmanship

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Austria
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 23 D
17 supply-centers, 17 units
Germany
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 23 D
10 supply-centers, 10 units
France
Drawn. Bet: 10 D, won: 23 D
7 supply-centers, 7 units
Russia
Arnieds (288 D)
Defeated. Bet: 0 D
Italy
BillDungeon (229 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Turkey
JavadZakhim (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
England
Richmond (64 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
Yusei (100 D)Russia (Autumn, 1904) with 0 centres.
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