Finished: 10 PM Wed 25 May 11 UTC
Featured i'm not dead yet.
1 day, 12 hours /phase
Pot: 3500 D - Autumn, 1906, Finished
Classic, Anonymous players, Survivors-Win Scoring
1 excused missed turn
Game drawn
29 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1901: How lucky can I be. Finally an easy country to play.
29 Apr 11 UTC Spring, 1901: Dateline Rome: Count Onetofiva, Spokesperson for Pope Secola, announced a new Papal Bycyliclia(twice as good as an inciclyclia) proclaiming Pax Romana throughout Europe. Any Godless country who shall break the peace by attacking anything green shall be excommunicated and doomed to eternal damnation. Of course, countries may feel free to kick the shit out of any nongreen countries they choose without fear of Papal reprisal.
01 May 11 UTC Spring, 1901: Hello, all. My apologies for not noticing this game started already! I had been at parties around London all day Friday for the Royal Wedding and have only now recovered fully from what was quite an imperial hangover.

I shall write back to each and every one of you in the following half hour. I only hope that you all will receive my communications with enough notice not to attack me outright!!!
01 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: I am glad you are fine. Tornados in the Southern US and other things. Nicie to hear from you.
02 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: Sometimes, it's not that easy being pink, I guess.
02 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: ... and easier being purple.
03 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: Hey, I didn't *ask* to become a target!
03 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: Who ever does? :)
03 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1901: To quote Lee Marvin in The Professionals, "Some of us are born that way. Some are self-made men."
04 May 11 UTC Spring, 1902: ... evryone got a new fleet but me... *SOB*
04 May 11 UTC Spring, 1902: Maybe you can borrow mine?
06 May 11 UTC Spring, 1902: Ugh I hate misorders.
07 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1902: *hug*
07 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1902: Russia, I didn't know you and Miss Orders were dating.
16 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: Russia has really put a damper on my game. Who NMRs out of a 500 point buyin?
16 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: I'll be quite curious to know as well.
18 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: Reckon theres no chance of a draw?
18 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: well, not a 7 way.
18 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: 5 would be lovely
18 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1904: i think a draw will be nice, any time
18 May 11 UTC Spring, 1905: *guffaws*
21 May 11 UTC Autumn, 1905: Dateline Tuscany: Italian farmers are complaing that French sailors are stealing their sheep as what the froggish phrase translates as 'war brides'. Many French sailors were heard complaining in local bars that the officers were getting all the cute, young lambs as French seanman were literaly floddingg the countryside. When asked, the newly appointed French Tuscan Governor reported that he was worried that the reports of animal husbandry might be a slippery slope.
23 May 11 UTC Spring, 1906: I don't think this battle is going to go any further because any stab is equal to giving the game away to the other side.
Could we draw now?
23 May 11 UTC Spring, 1906: If that's the consensus, I'll vote draw. Austria?
23 May 11 UTC Spring, 1906: Austria, at most I will be forced to lose Warsaw and Moscow, and there is nothing more you can do. Please draw.
23 May 11 UTC ok. I'm glad our convinced France that he wasn't going to achieve anything.
23 May 11 UTC our fleets*
23 May 11 UTC although, Germany - you say a stab would hand the game to the other alliance, but you could stab France and get to a stalemate line, which neither Italy nor I could do, and then we'd be able to split it 3 ways instead of 4. But what's a few hundred points each...
23 May 11 UTC i agree with stabbing France. I am most fine with a 3 way. I think you take bel and liv and then get nasty. I told France he was overexended. He still is. Ger, 1/3 of 3500 is a nice numbrer.
23 May 11 UTC I don't think this is a correct venue to discuss this.
23 May 11 UTC Well, there's only three of us, and aus started the conversation. For my part, France came at me and was hopingto wipe me from the map, so I'd be happy to do anything i can to see him die and at least make him worry.
23 May 11 UTC France annoyed me too, refused to draw when everyone else had entered their votes in favor. He hoped to do better at our expense, I think he should be given a shot if he really want to try.
23 May 11 UTC Otherwise, he should just be shot.
23 May 11 UTC Um, I noticed you all voted for drawing yesterday- I approached Germany to confirmed he was for it, wrote my public message, and I come back to this? Whether or not Germany wants to stab me is his own business.
23 May 11 UTC then put in your vote, and I'll talk to Germany and Italy and see whether we can convince him to stab you.
23 May 11 UTC To all of you, it has been a lovelly game, especially Austria. I will be most interested in finding out who you are. Great game all.
23 May 11 UTC Gobble we've played before I think. Don't remember where or how it came out. Nicely played. Nadji, first time with you. I'd enjoy another game. Found you remarkable honorable, the way I would like to be remembered. Thank you much. And France, you were lucky you survived.
23 May 11 UTC Good game, all! Thanks for playing, sorry for any harsh words.
24 May 11 UTC Italy, just about as lucky as you, I would say. :) GG everybody.

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Gobbledydook (1389 D (B))
Drawn. Bet: 500 D, won: 875 D
11 supply-centers, 10 units
Nadji (898 D)
Drawn. Bet: 500 D, won: 875 D
10 supply-centers, 10 units
Philalethes (100 D (B))
Drawn. Bet: 500 D, won: 875 D
7 supply-centers, 6 units
BESM (18622 D)
Drawn. Bet: 500 D, won: 875 D
6 supply-centers, 6 units
DK7 (0 D X)
Defeated. Bet: 500 D
MJT123 (738 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 500 D
ava2790 (232 D (S))
Defeated. Bet: 500 D
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ava2790 (232 D (S))Russia (Autumn, 1903) with 5 centres.
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