Finished: 08 PM Tue 03 Jun 08 UTC
Featured Brothers in Arms
1 day /phase
Pot: 1750 D - Spring, 1911, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
24 May 08 UTC Spring, 1901: Hi All.....your 7th player first greets you all....
25 May 08 UTC Spring, 1901: 03:32 AM (Russia to Turkey)
Explain this message I got: "Hey, watch out for Turkey, but don't tell him I told you too."

Someone explain this....
25 May 08 UTC Spring, 1901: England made it, he is a little worry about you =P
25 May 08 UTC Spring, 1901: Ahha....I am not really wanting to find out who made it, but rather the pointing out the easiness Russia gives away messages.....
25 May 08 UTC Spring, 1901: No, France made it, kill him before he kills you. ;)
25 May 08 UTC Spring, 1901: It wuzn't me. I'm too busy finking about pots and kettles....
26 May 08 UTC Autumn, 1901: Were you cooking?
01 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1903: We need another fleet.

Your fleet will help but it will take to long to arrive.

I need to build a fleet.

1. I let Austria take Munich. Move my armies back and retake it to build a fleet one year from nowl

2. This option requires nerves of steel on your part. Let me take Bel, I take War so I will be guaranteed on build as Austria will surely take Munich.

You remove an army in Brest and we attack a bit quicker.

You take Bel back the next year to get your SC and build back.

01 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1903: Interesting....on purpose?
19 Jun 08 UTC Spring, 1909: The game is a stalemate now and I'll offer a 4-way draw. Do you all agree?
19 Jun 08 UTC Spring, 1909: It could be...
20 Jun 08 UTC Spring, 1909: You can all unite against Canirval Mafia .-)

France takes Edu.

France and Italy take Munich.

Turkey takes Warwas from Gal/Ukraine.
And so on...
20 Jun 08 UTC Spring, 1909: well.....i agree with the draw proposal here for a few reasons.
Germany has stacked all the possible empty locations with armies against me, yet he cannot penetrate and even if he puts another army in Livonia, it makes no difference.
In the south, the Piedmount-Tuscany-Tyrrhenian line is also a stalemate for France to move on.

Either it is a 4 way draw OR someone will have to do the backstabbing which I dont think will be to the advantage of any player
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: all 4 online...let's make this quick......anyone want a draw?
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: I do.
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: Italy and I will hold this on forever, so either we hold on forever to be the longest lasting diplomacy game or we draw.....
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: I do =)
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: Yes, I´ll take the draw too.
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: I will post it up and we all sign on it, ok?
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: Ok
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: OK.
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: posted
20 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1909: Come on, just a stab or two...
21 Jun 08 UTC Spring, 1910: why hasnt Kestas drew the game?
23 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1910: Is this a draw or what?
23 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1910: We have to wait for Kestas. He is probably busy.
23 Jun 08 UTC Autumn, 1910: should anyone send him an email?

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Germany
carnivalmafia (847 D)
Drawn. Bet: 250 D, won: 438 D
10 supply-centers, 10 units
France
Argento (5723 D)
Drawn. Bet: 250 D, won: 438 D
9 supply-centers, 9 units
Italy
MarekP (12867 D)
Drawn. Bet: 250 D, won: 438 D
8 supply-centers, 8 units
Turkey
Chairman Mao (340 D)
Drawn. Bet: 250 D, won: 438 D
7 supply-centers, 7 units
Austria
Feckless Clod (777 D)
Defeated. Bet: 250 D
England
Defeated. Bet: 250 D
Russia
fr1988 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 250 D
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