Finished: 05 AM Wed 05 Jan 11 UTC
Private The First Battle for 116th Street
1 day /phase
Pot: 35 D - Spring, 1912, Finished
Classic, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
18 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1901: GLOBAL NOTICE:

In case you have not noticed, it seems that the game automatically started when the 7th player joined. This means that turns will be processed at 8 pm Thursday, NOT midnight. Please take this under advisement.
18 Nov 10 UTC Spring, 1901: Good Sirs:

I am sure it is with great awe and humility that you receive this missive, dictated by none other than Myself, his Imperial and Royal Majesty Kaiser Wilhelm von Boose II. At this dawn of a new era, it is imperative that any modern, progressive ruler of men be ever vigilant against the permanent specter of imperialist greed. To this end, I hereby extend an invitation to peace, and therefore extend an open invitation to a non-aggression pact for any and all competent peers, who I encourage to send envoy in private, that we may further elaborate on our mutual security for the greater glory of all.

By the same token, however, it is our duty to defend all people from the vagaries which result from aggressive, petty and incompetent leadership, and to this end all rulers who cannot or will not provide the security and freedoms their people desire must be forcibly deposed, that their lands and people may be brought under the aegis of a more benevolent and enlightened ruler. Therefore let all those who would be aggressive or foolish know that any such displays will earn you the ire of the German Empire, which will prosecute your folly with extreme prejudice.

Signed,
His Imperial and Royal Majesty Wilhelm von Boose II, by the Grace of God, German Emperor and King of Prussia, Margrave of Brandenburg, Burgrave of Nuremberg, Count of Hohenzollern, Duke of Silesia and of the County of Glatz, Grand Duke of the Lower Rhine and of Posen, Duke of Saxony, of Angria, of Westphalia, of Pomerania and of Lunenburg, Duke of Schleswig, of Holstein and of Crossen, Duke of Magdeburg, of Bremen, of Guelderland and of Jülich, Cleves and Berg, Duke of the Wends and the Kashubians, of Lauenburg and of Mecklenburg, Landgrave of Hesse and in Thuringia, Margrave of Upper and Lower Lusatia, Prince of Orange, of Rugen, of East Friesland, of Paderborn and of Pyrmont, Prince of Halberstadt, of Münster, of Minden, of Osnabrück, of Hildesheim, of Verden, of Kammin, of Fulda, of Nassau and of Moers, Princely Count of Henneberg, Count of the Mark, of Ravensberg, of Hohenstein, of Tecklenburg and of Lingen, Count of Mansfeld, of Sigmaringen and of Veringen, Lord of Frankfurt
22 Nov 10 UTC Autumn, 1902: GLOBAL NOTICE:

Moves are now due at 3 pm according to the timer in the upper right side of the screen. Phases automatically progress when all players have indicated they are "ready". If you do not wish for the time to keep changing, then merely save your moves and do not click the "ready" button; this will prevent the phase from progressing until the time limit is reached but will still execute your saved plans when the turn is processed. Keep in mind that in both the retreat and build phases, only those players making a retreat/build need to be ready in order to progress the game.

In short, the time change was Russia's doing. Probably a Russian Orthodox calendar thing...
01 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: The world has changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost. For none now live who remember it. It began with the forging of the great empires.
01 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: The world has changed. I feel it in the water. I feel it in the earth. I smell it in the air. Much that once was is lost. For none now live who remember it. It began with the forging of the great empires.
02 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: Don't worry, I'm already taking care of the evil growing in the east. Just need to find this volcano... maybe in Moscow?
02 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: Is there any appeal process if the move you submit is not the move your units execute? I don't mean I "bounced," I mean the moves my units executed are fictional from my perspective.
02 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1904: Don't know why I didn't think of it immediately. One among you is a bad person. I've now changed my password. Don't be hasty little units . . .
07 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1905: Meanwhile, deep in Wilhelm von Boose' Ministry of Information, Karl, the Intern, reports to the Big Man Himself...

Karl: Sir, I have those repor-
Boose: Out with it already! Do you have those reports yet, Karl?
K: Uhh... yes sir. Here they are
B: Reading is for the proletariat. Summarize them for me.
K: Well... sir, it appears we've lost Norway
B: Lost Norway? This is unacceptable. Losing countries makes the leadership seem weak and impotent!
K: Well, yes sir, by definition I suppose those adjectives-
B: Silence, slave! We'll have to spin this one. Something like "Germany gains non-Norway from the vile Brits!"
K: Brilliant, sir
B: Also, you're fired

(to be continued)
10 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1906: Ahh, the sweet taste of an alternate victory condition...
13 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1906: Really guys? Really?
14 Dec 10 UTC Spring, 1907: The Enemy of my Enemy is my Frienemy!
25 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: Merry Christmas!
25 Dec 10 UTC Autumn, 1909: this epidemic of absenteeism is really prolonging my lifespan...
01 Jan 11 UTC Autumn, 1911: Happy New Year!
01 Jan 11 UTC Autumn, 1911: So.... I take it Italy quit?
01 Jan 11 UTC Autumn, 1911: Italy "Left" but is now back in - although he missed the last move.

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France
FriendlyGuy (113 D)
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 18 D
14 supply-centers, 14 units
England
Drawn. Bet: 5 D, won: 18 D
9 supply-centers, 9 units
Italy
papaciulla (245 D)
Resigned. Bet: 5 D
11 supply-centers, 11 units
Germany
Boose! (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Turkey
Choo Choo (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Austria
BigBill75 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Russia
Levitatus (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 5 D
Civil Disorders
Choo Choo (100 D)Turkey (Spring, 1907) with 2 centres.
papaciulla (245 D)Italy (Spring, 1912) with 11 centres.
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