Finished: 11 PM Fri 30 Dec 22 UTC
Featured GB-2
1 day /phase
Pot: 25 D - Autumn, 1954, Finished
World War II, PPSC
1 excused NMR / regain after 5 turn(s) / extend always
Game drawn

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15 Nov 22 UTC Autumn, 1938: Looks like Germany is a no-show. Either this player comes back or we'll get a replacement soon.
17 Nov 22 UTC Autumn, 1939: We need a Germany that plays
17 Nov 22 UTC Autumn, 1939: I think a cancel should be the best option in this game.
17 Nov 22 UTC Autumn, 1939: Or eliminate Germany and draw
17 Nov 22 UTC Autumn, 1939: GameMaster: Britain voted for a Cancel. If everyone votes Cancel all points will be refunded and the game will be deleted from the database.
17 Nov 22 UTC Autumn, 1939: Cancel is more fair
17 Nov 22 UTC Autumn, 1939: I agree that Germany's no show distroted this game. I dislike that when it happens. but all it does is change thwe game and people must adapt accordingly.
18 Nov 22 UTC Spring, 1940: I did
26 Nov 22 UTC Spring, 1942: GameMaster: Game was extended due to at least 1 member failing to enter orders and having an excused missed turn available. This has un-readied all orders.
01 Dec 22 UTC Autumn, 1943: GameMaster: Italy voted for a Draw. If everyone votes Draw the game will end and the points are split equally among all the surviving players, regardless of how many supply centers each player has.
02 Dec 22 UTC Spring, 1944: Draw?
02 Dec 22 UTC Spring, 1944: To the bad game due to Germany's absents
03 Dec 22 UTC Spring, 1944: My position is clear from the beginning of the game, but obviously Russia denies any cancel or draw.
I have been unable to get a word from France, so I do not know about his thoughts.
04 Dec 22 UTC Spring, 1944: You know Britain, you have done nothing but whinge and moan and compalin about something that happens fairly regularly in these games. I have never once seen a game cancelled before because one player failed to show up. It changes the dynamics of a game, for sure, but players adapt. I have been in plenty where this happened and I have never seen someone moan as much as you have. And here you are, banging on about it again.

Italy has done very well out of Germany's no-show and said nothing until now when the alliance between me and France is starting to hurt him. This is not a game of tactics, its a game of alliances and the absence of a power means one has to adapt one's diplomacy. Stop making me out to be the bad guy because I won't do what you want. Just get on with playing the game of alliances.
04 Dec 22 UTC Spring, 1944: Italy: I told you xD
04 Dec 22 UTC Spring, 1944: Italy, you seemed fine with things until just now, when you started losing territories. I didn't hear a peep from you while you were pushing me back from Bulgaria and Istanbul.
04 Dec 22 UTC Spring, 1944: France/russia alliance is bringing me down for sure but France should know his alliance is leading you to a solo
04 Dec 22 UTC Spring, 1944: We can force the draw or let Russia win
04 Dec 22 UTC Autumn, 1944: Italy: I've been trying to convince France about that, but he has never answered me. The logical alliance is the one you propose, I agree 100%
04 Dec 22 UTC Autumn, 1944: It's not too late.