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Finished: 08 AM Wed 11 May 11 UTC
Private Battle for 116th Street 3.0
1 day /phase
Pot: 70 D - Autumn, 1915, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game won by Matatron (270 D)
25 Mar 11 UTC Spring, 1901: Game on!
26 Mar 11 UTC Spring, 1901: Huzzah!
27 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: St Petersburg seems unusually active this game
27 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: St Petersburg is glad to see that Rome has become active.
28 Mar 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: Yes, I failed to realize the game had started, to my significant detriment.
04 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: This is silly.
Why am I in Germany? Why is Germany in France? What in the world is going on in this game?
Let's start over.
04 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: France thanks you!
04 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: Germany has refused my generous offer of a draw. Apparently, peace is not an option the warmongering Kaiser will consider. I hope the other nations of Europe will take advantage of the noble sacrifice of brave Russian soldiers and sailors and work together to cleanse the brown stain from our map.
04 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: Germany has no interest in warmongering, as its allies can attest. I will not disgrace the memories of the fallen German troops with a draw. If other countries wish to display the cowardice of Russia, then perhaps Europe is weaker than than I thought.
04 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: Having once held an agreement with Germany and to my great diminishment I assumed it was worth something, I question your lack of interest in "warmongering." You are an aggressor state and even in the so called argument above outline a refutation of peace after asserting a lack of desire for conflict. Is this the strength you expect/wish from Europe? A stunning lack of logic mixed with deception and betrayal.
04 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: Someone has to win this game... and if U ain't first you're last
04 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: I have no interest in a draw. This has been a complete and legitimate game with the exception of France missing a retreat.
04 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: And Italy missing a turn. Not to mention the fact that both Turkey and Italy betrayed honest alliances I had made with them. I can't believe you two, of all countries, would lie to me.
05 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: I have no interest in a draw. This has been a complete and legitimate game with the exception of France missing a retreat.
05 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1903: oops, refreshed
05 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1904: hahaha did I hear that right? I betrayed you? I do hope that was a joke
05 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1904: The Austrian knave must think himself Italian, to attempt such difficult statecraft! After betraying an agreement with Russia (to his immediate decline) and then somehow convincing that broken empire to help you attack your ally Turkey, it is quite clear that your honor is as solid and unwavering as a jellyfish.

A good day to you, sir!
05 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1904: Honor seems a rare commodity in Europe these days.
Enjoy stabbing each other, and remember to smile as you twist the knife.
06 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: Germany just can't make up his mind about Russia. Maybe it's a love/hate relationship? Or wait! They're Frenemies!
06 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: No, you've got it all wrong. We are obviously allies. Isn't it clear yet, we are all playing a variant where you can only attack your allies. It makes negotiation tricky, but the results are generally quite entertaining. If we were enemies we'd have to work together.
Any Superman fans out there will recognize it as "Bizarro World Diplomacy."
06 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: I'm bizarro helping
07 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: boosh
10 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: Oh geeze
10 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: . . .
10 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: I suspect my account credentials may be compromised...
10 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: As in someone is messaging or playing as you and it isn't you?
11 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: I for one got a strange message from Italy
11 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: On second thought, if someone had access to my account, things would've gone much worse for me. Perhaps I'm subconsciously a French sympathizer...
11 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: I just thought you were playing for historical accuracy.
17 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1907: My god I was so sure that the army in Holland was going to make it to London
19 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: oops
19 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1907: That's it. Changing password.
20 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1908: And then there were 3
20 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1908: And by 3 I mean 4
20 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1908: It looks like four players remain. You may want to practice your counting skills before starting medical school. Good luck!
20 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1908: Yeah it's not like I am going to be cutting off peoples limbs or anything...
21 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1908: 5 hours left for moves Italy
21 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1908: From my understanding with math like that you won't have to worry about being admitted to a med school, much less given the responsibility of the scalpel and suture.
29 Apr 11 UTC Autumn, 1910: I'm Bizarro winning
05 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1912: And with that, I've Bizarro won.
09 May 11 UTC Spring, 1914: One more Fall turn and I will start the next game. This may be at a stalemate.
09 May 11 UTC Spring, 1914: Good game
09 May 11 UTC Spring, 1915: Good game to you as well

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Turkey
Matatron (270 D)
Won. Bet: 10 D, won: 38 D
18 supply-centers, 17 units
England
Survived. Bet: 10 D, won: 33 D
16 supply-centers, 17 units
France
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Italy
Boose! (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Germany
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Austria
Jumpman23 (100 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Russia
Rhinoceros (353 D)
Defeated. Bet: 10 D
Civil Disorders
Boose! (100 D)Italy (Autumn, 1912) with 0 centres.
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