Early January, 1915
ringloth scores a few big wins. Colmar resists, again, because the Saarbourg attack doesn't happen. They were set to occur on the same day, and MSG to two regions in opposite directions would've made for some interesting battles.
Late January, 1915
The CP recognizes Bulgaria's war goals. Given our success in Bulgaria, we can probably keep them out of the war for a while. I shift the diplo from Greece to Persia, and fire the Adrian helms decision. I order up the remainder of my 1915 infantry buy, and get Teep some cap ship replacements.
Diplo standings for countries that matter or are shifted past 50/50: US: 76% CP, Italy: 70% WE, Greece: 86% WE, Bulgaria: 66% CP, Romania: 89% WE, Portugal: 92% WE, Norway: 64% CP, Persia: 59% CP, and Mexico: 62% WE:
The big win here is Italy. If the remainder of the 1915 diplo decisions unlock over the next few turns, we can get them into the war the very next turn. Greece is an example of too much success being detrimental. Because the CP never countered us, they may join the war before we can fire the Salonika event, which would be bad. Salonika gives us a free French army, and a good handful of regions. I'm leaving the diplo in Bulgaria to slow their entry, while hopefully getting Romania in a good six or more turns before them. That will give the EE time to prepare for Bulgaria's entry, and put pressure on Projekt where he least needs it. With a little luck, we can reverse the CP gains in Persia, and the Romanian diplo can soon go where needed.
The West Front is pretty much stalled for the winter, but TLG is moving an army into Thionville, so I shift the GHQ back to Metz. If he actually attacks, he'll be in for a surprise. I activated the regional control filter so people could see who has what: