Seven of us gathered at Peter Lokken's home in Old Towne to play some Diplomacy. Peter had literally just moved into his new apartment the night before. Luckily it was only two doors down from his last place. Presumably, Peter gave the reason for the move as wanting more space. However, when pressed more, he let on that he just felt like he needed more windows. We all love some light, right? It wasn't until later in the day that he happily pointed out that the apartment directly across the courtyard from his wall full of windows is more than likely a porn studio. We all should have a wall of windows like that!
Anyway, back to the game as it was actually a very interesting game and had a few major shifts that led to some frustrations by a few players and an early departure by the Cockerill when he still had a couple of Austrian dots still on the board. The game ended around 5pm after Fall of 1906.
The final center counts were:
Austria (Nate Cockerill): 1; 0.357 points.
England (Chris Kelly): 7; 17.5 points.
France (Tony Prokes): 1; 0.357 points.
Germany (Peter Yeargin): 12; 51.429 points.
Italy (Peter Lokken): 6; 12.857 points.
Russia (Nathan Kos): 0; 0 points.
Turkey (Craig Delery): 7; 17.5 points.
The supply center chart is here.
Let's hear from the players. Probably have some interesting commentary on this one.