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International Converstion Forum VI
 Group admin 
Quoting Brendan Dore
All your comments are belong to us.


Fool! You started a new thread without saying! I'll go lock the other one.
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| May 31, 2010, 2:49 pm
 Group moderator 
Oh I see now, that's why he deleted all those map photos.

Security level has been raised to Level Red, with all troops on full alert for attack. Level Black IS war, and is the highest security level.
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| May 31, 2010, 3:15 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Chairman Ham
Oh I see now, that's why he deleted all those map photos.

Security level has been raised to Level Red, with all troops on full alert for attack. Level Black IS war, and is the highest security level.

No, I deleted it because I was running out of photo space.
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| May 31, 2010, 7:24 pm
 Group admin 
If anyone is offended by the attacking of Cliffe, I am releasing my statement.


The PCU originally said it was taking a portion of land. Then, two nations started in that area, completely ignoring my statements. But it was cool, because they knew their place, and I wasn't Iranian to them. Then, one of the nations decided to take lands he didn't have clearance. I was cool with it. Then, he took land again, and this wasn't cool. I told him he had enough land, the PCU had enough land, and so did the other country. All throughout this time, a country in Eurasia frowned upon us even though he was okay with it in the beginning. He had declared war on us before, and I fixed that problem. Then this nation declared war on me, again. This time, I wanted to fix it once and for all. He declared war first. However, the general opinion is that PCU is an evil country bent on terrorizing other nations. No. We terrorize the people who dare trifle with us over matters don't needing to see bloodshed. This conflict was started over Kentucky, KENTUCKY. What kind of war starts over a state with 3,000,000 people and only three last names? A Cliffe war, which by members of the old group, usually ends up in Cliffe being beaten and losing a fair portion of his troops but he regains them in a few weeks, bypassing the surrender terms.

/rant.
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| May 31, 2010, 7:39 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton
If anyone is offended by the attacking of Cliffe, I am releasing my statement.


The PCU originally said it was taking a portion of land. Then, two nations started in that area, completely ignoring my statements. But it was cool, because they knew their place, and I wasn't Iranian to them. Then, one of the nations decided to take lands he didn't have clearance. I was cool with it. Then, he took land again, and this wasn't cool. I told him he had enough land, the PCU had enough land, and so did the other country. All throughout this time, a country in Eurasia frowned upon us even though he was okay with it in the beginning. He had declared war on us before, and I fixed that problem. Then this nation declared war on me, again. This time, I wanted to fix it once and for all. He declared war first. However, the general opinion is that PCU is an evil country bent on terrorizing other nations. No. We terrorize the people who dare trifle with us over matters don't needing to see bloodshed. This conflict was started over Kentucky, KENTUCKY. What kind of war starts over a state with 3,000,000 people and only three last names? A Cliffe war, which by members of the old group, usually ends up in Cliffe being beaten and losing a fair portion of his troops but he regains them in a few weeks, bypassing the surrender terms.

/rant.


Because our mega awesome artillery that can rip apart your HAT-1 is afraid of the peashooter called the MA-2.
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| May 31, 2010, 8:28 pm
Nick, if you're not looking for a fight, all you have to do is give back everything east of the Mississippi River.

Otherwise, I will invade and liberate just that.
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| June 1, 2010, 2:57 pm
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Quoting Chairman Ham

Because our mega awesome artillery that can rip apart your HAT-1 is afraid of the peashooter called the MA-2.


You're ignoring the heavier PCU artillery. It's also completely mobile. You're also ignoring the helicopters and planes you'll be dealing with.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4132218839/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4158957557/
By the way, these double as tank killers. Especially the missile one.

But we in the Roman Empire care little for what goes beyond our borders. I'm just sticking my word out for my machines I built some months back.
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| June 1, 2010, 5:40 pm
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Cliffe, why were you okay with this a couple of weeks back, and now you're going back on your word, that's twice now, and saying it's bad. I think bad things of this.
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| June 1, 2010, 7:33 pm
The Mirligueche NAVAL/Air Force Base's location hase been chosen. It wil be located at Feltzen South (A peninsula locate South-West of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia[Ustio]) The Clear-Cutting of the woods have begun and should be completed sometime in the middle of this month.

The Invasion of Tunisia has commenced, We have begun at the Southern tip of the Province and will split into two groups and move at the sides and move Northward, at the end of this, the two groups should meet somewhere near Tunis(The Capital).
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| June 1, 2010, 7:41 pm
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In an attempt to appease Cliffe, Kentucky will be surrendered to Ham. PCU does not REALLY need it. However, PCU needs a link to the east. The only reason you are wanting me to give up the land is so Ham can cut me off from the east. That will never happen, because I don't fall for those tricks.
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| June 1, 2010, 7:42 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
In an attempt to appease Cliffe, Kentucky will be surrendered to Ham. PCU does not REALLY need it. However, PCU needs a link to the east. The only reason you are wanting me to give up the land is so Ham can cut me off from the east. That will never happen, because I don't fall for those tricks.


Do you want one million today, or TEN million tomorrow? That is why I want Kentucky. Goldfinger. Not any strategic gain. Goldfinger. I am crazy. Now to make an urgent message to a certain someone to cancel a certain something.
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| June 1, 2010, 7:52 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Chairman Ham
That is why I want Kentucky. Goldfinger. Not any strategic gain. Goldfinger. I am crazy.


/facepalm

The Roman Empire will keep an eye on you. You're the kind who would start a war out of sheer... nothingness. Just for Goldfinger. Or whatever that is.
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| June 1, 2010, 7:56 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Darn, looks like no civil war sequel, and I was looking forward to modding.

/pouts

and the PCU has such good plans...
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| June 1, 2010, 8:06 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton
and the PCU has such good plans...


We at the Alliance Against Nick have a stupendous plan of our own. Brought to you by the the number 3.(And that is not at all random)
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| June 1, 2010, 8:18 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Chairman Ham

We at the Alliance Against Nick have a stupendous plan of our own. Brought to you by the the number 3.(And that is not at all random)


The Empire was created by a dude.

It won.

It evolved.

And it has a plan.
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| June 1, 2010, 8:23 pm
France is commencing its military bulk-up. Over 10,000,000 million French infantry stand ready for war. Portugal has beefed up vehicle and artillery productions. ARE YOU READY TO DIE, OPPOSITION OF THE FPC??!!??
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| June 1, 2010, 8:53 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

The Empire was created by a dude.

It won.

It evolved.

And it has a plan.

BSG reference WIN!
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| June 1, 2010, 8:56 pm
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Quoting Malicious Disease
France is commencing its military bulk-up. Over 10,000,000 million French infantry stand ready for war. Portugal has beefed up vehicle and artillery productions. ARE YOU READY TO DIE, OPPOSITION OF THE FPC??!!??


You have no creations of your own, so do you want to die? And over ten million infantry? You're not even a totalitarian regime, like I am.
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| June 1, 2010, 9:08 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

The Empire was created by a dude.

It won.

It evolved.

And it has a plan.


A Plan.

You of all people should get it right.

"And it has a Plan."
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| June 1, 2010, 9:10 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Chairman Ham

You have no creations of your own, so do you want to die? And over ten million infantry? You're not even a totalitarian regime, like I am.

Or I am.
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| June 1, 2010, 9:10 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Malicious Disease
France is commencing its military bulk-up. Over 10,000,000 million French infantry stand ready for war. Portugal has beefed up vehicle and artillery productions. ARE YOU READY TO DIE, OPPOSITION OF THE FPC??!!??


A liberal European country like France would never have an army that big unless it was a well-established totalitarian state like the USSR. And even if you did, you'd be hard pressed to arm them all well enough.

That, and your claims were never ratified. Portugal and France makes no sense.
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| June 1, 2010, 9:11 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Areetsa C

A Plan.

You of all people should get it right.

"And it has a Plan."


Excuse me, I am no Cavil. I do not have the rights to call it that Plan. So I will go with a plan instead.

And this is no where as big as the Precipice Plan.
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| June 1, 2010, 9:12 pm
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Quoting Malicious Disease
ARE YOU READY TO DIE??!!??
Are you?

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| June 1, 2010, 9:18 pm
 Group admin 
Cuba has been reunited under a new American leader under the name Nate. He has announced he wishes to join the PCU. PCU will allow this.
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| June 1, 2010, 9:22 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Brendan Dore
What's this mosquito doing on my arm? Hmm, might as well kill it.

Dibs
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| June 1, 2010, 9:31 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Brendan Dore
What's this mosquito doing on my arm? Hmm, might as well kill it.

Dibs


You got our backing too. We don't like outrageous claims.
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| June 1, 2010, 9:38 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Sneaky sneaky.

Big news today, Brendonia has allowed for the invasion of N. Korea. Invasion plans will be up tonight or tomorrow on Flickr.


It had better take you a long time. And lots of casualties crossing the 48th parallel. Which is the most militirized area in the world. Mines there are like grass in a field.
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| June 1, 2010, 9:43 pm
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Quoting Chairman Ham

It had better take you a long time. And lots of casualties crossing the 48th parallel. Which is the most militirized area in the world. Mines there are like grass in a field.


Bomb the mines then.
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| June 1, 2010, 9:49 pm
Nick, you can have nothing east of the Mississippi but the edge of North Carolina. The EDGE of it. There's your link to the Atlantic. And that's all you need in the east.

Actually, if you can have Cuba and Mexico, then you can't have even North Carolina, because Cuba is a good enough link to the Atlantic, as is Mexico. Take your pick. Give up one little state and keep Mexico and Cuba, or the other way around.

Also, you are now no longer allowed to expand. You have WAAAAAY enough now. I can't believe you annexed Cuba, why, I thought you had agreed you had enough land! How silly of me to believe you!
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| June 1, 2010, 9:52 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Nick, you can have nothing east of the Mississippi but the edge of North Carolina. The EDGE of it. There's your link to the Atlantic. And that's all you need in the east.

Actually, if you can have Cuba and Mexico, then you can't have even North Carolina, because Cuba is a good enough link to the Atlantic, as is Mexico. Take your pick. Give up one little state and keep Mexico and Cuba, or the other way around.

Also, you are now no longer allowed to expand. You have WAAAAAY enough now. I can't believe you annexed Cuba, why, I thought you had agreed you had enough land! How silly of me to believe you!


No words.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP5-C6qqFV8
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| June 1, 2010, 9:59 pm
Nick, full of himself from beating me, has now apparently decided to go on a rampage and annex Cuba, (which would never join the U.S.) even though (he knows it) my Gulf of Mexico attack was a suicide mission where I intended to blow up a nuclear aircraft carrier set of a chain reaction and scr*w up the Gulf for a dang long time. Anyway, I fail to see how he fit a fleet of super-carriers through the Panama canal that fast if at all. And don't even tell me about the widening of it because well, in the real world and in this timeline, the U.S. is going on a spiral downhill and will probably lead to funding being cut from the Canal, so I say the fleets never made it through the canal.
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| June 1, 2010, 10:05 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Nick, you can have nothing east of the Mississippi but the edge of North Carolina. The EDGE of it. There's your link to the Atlantic. And that's all you need in the east.

Actually, if you can have Cuba and Mexico, then you can't have even North Carolina, because Cuba is a good enough link to the Atlantic, as is Mexico. Take your pick. Give up one little state and keep Mexico and Cuba, or the other way around.

Also, you are now no longer allowed to expand. You have WAAAAAY enough now. I can't believe you annexed Cuba, why, I thought you had agreed you had enough land! How silly of me to believe you!


Cliffe, maybe you should do some research. You too Gober: Nate is a real guy: http://www.flickr.com/photos/41569483@N02/

You can find him here. If he is not allowed to join, then why are we still open to new members?

Furthermore, if you say he can't join the PCU, that's going along with saying Nick can't have any more land, or have territories he's already conquered.

You're starting to become as forceful as the people who drove you out of RA-CAS-UEN, Cliffe. Don't become what you hated.

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| June 1, 2010, 10:09 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will Gober


You must have never have sent those plans then, because Tom N told me he repeated requested things from you but never gave them to him.
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| June 1, 2010, 10:12 pm
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Cliffe, I'm not done annexing land, I'm done with you whining about me annexing land. You've been okay with this is until just this week. Stop being all friends with Ham that you stop me from getting land. I said I wanted the land, and I made the move to grab it. Words < Actions. I'm not giving up the land east of Mississippi because that's all going to Ham, which in turn goes to you. If I even give it up, it won't ever go to Ham or you, it'll go to Rocky.

Will, I don't care. I got my fleet through there weeks before.
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| June 1, 2010, 10:14 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Cliffe, maybe you should do some research. You too Gober: Nate is a real guy: http://www.flickr.com/photos/41569483@N02/

You can find him here. If he is not allowed to join, then why are we still open to new members?

Furthermore, if you say he can't join the PCU, that's going along with saying Nick can't have any more land, or have territories he's already conquered.

You're starting to become as forceful as the people who drove you out of RA-CAS-UEN, Cliffe. Don't become what you hated.

Well that's acceptable, I thought if it was a real person he would have provided a link. But oh well, that's fine. He still can't have any more land. It's getting ridiculous. Well, everyone can colonize Africa if they want, just one territory a piece though.

Still, if he wants Mexico and shtuff, he needs to give up everything in the east. He doesn't need two links to the east. AND WHY does he even need that, anyway??? So he can grab more land in the east? Isn't this supposed to be the PACIFIC Union???

Oh, wait a minute...

Hey Nick, you can go conquer some Pacific islands if you want. You deserve those. But nothing else.
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| June 1, 2010, 10:15 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Cliffe, I'm not done annexing land, I'm done with you whining about me annexing land. You've been okay with this is until just this week. Stop being all friends with Ham that you stop me from getting land. I said I wanted the land, and I made the move to grab it. Words < Actions. I'm not giving up the land east of Mississippi because that's all going to Ham, which in turn goes to you. If I even give it up, it won't ever go to Ham or you, it'll go to Rocky.

Will, I don't care. I got my fleet through there weeks before.

NICK, GET A CLUE!!! I AM NOT HAM!!! JUST ASK GOBER, ALL THREE OF US WERE TALKING ON XBOX LIVE!!! START USING YOUR BRAIN OR YOU'RE OUTTA HERE!!!
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| June 1, 2010, 10:19 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
NICK, GET A CLUE!!! I AM NOT HAM!!! JUST ASK GOBER, ALL THREE OF US WERE TALKING ON XBOX LIVE!!! START USING YOUR BRAIN OR YOU'RE OUTTA HERE!!!

Wow, all I said was if I give Ham the land it will be used by you. Are you senile?
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| June 1, 2010, 10:23 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
NICK, GET A CLUE!!! I AM NOT HAM!!! JUST ASK GOBER, ALL THREE OF US WERE TALKING ON XBOX LIVE!!! START USING YOUR BRAIN OR YOU'RE OUTTA HERE!!!


Gee, a bit of an overreaction.

He said you and Ham were allies, you're basically controlling Ham, not that you were Ham. Tis called a metaphor. And I don't see what's stopping Nick from expanding, so get your d00dz and go fight him or something.

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| June 1, 2010, 10:23 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

You too Gober: Nate is a real guy: http://www.flickr.com/photos/41569483@N02/



I know, I've said that all along. I've spoken with him. Although I do believe they know each other in real life because they have the same Illinois accent and are both boyscouts.
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| June 1, 2010, 10:50 pm
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As of 2245 hours today, the now dubbed French Bellicose Party has been removed from power. All actions set by this party will be, more or less, undone. The new conservative President, and his Governor-Elect, will be working over the next month to re-establish the proper foundation France was set upon. As of right now, military forces stand at only 1,240,000 troops. This is because of having to dismiss improper conscripts and re-educating forces that were introduced with the Bellicose Party.

Also to be noted, the joint-state ties between Portugal and France have been relinquished. They are now separate nations and will most likely remain so. This is not to say that there will be no political interaction of the positive sorts, but the two are improperly aligned.

Moving along, France will open large talks with Britain to sustain an enduring arms alliance. Joint exercises and arms trades will begin by the end of this month if all goes well.

Military contracts to evolve the French armory have already been given out and several prongs of the military will be redesigned. Organization to integrate larger number of robotic systems, troop-uniform technologies, and joint-direct coalition assaults. Overall, many things are to come in the next year.
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| June 1, 2010, 10:55 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous


Huh?
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| June 1, 2010, 10:58 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Huh?

Cliffe let me play.
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| June 1, 2010, 11:00 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Cliffe let me play.


Uh oh. This means... Well, things just got more complicated.
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| June 1, 2010, 11:01 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Uh oh. This means... Well, things just got more complicated.

I am confused....
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| June 1, 2010, 11:04 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
You got our backing too. We don't like outrageous claims.

Nor do I, Portugal and France really makes no sense what so ever...

Quoting Chairman Ham
No words.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UP5-C6qqFV8

Thats awesomely funny!!!!
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| June 2, 2010, 12:46 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
You have a country?

:D

Could this mean the SSW will come into play?
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| June 2, 2010, 12:50 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Yes, but at least he could bring sense back into the group.


Agreed, it has gotten out of hand a bit...
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| June 2, 2010, 1:10 pm
Quoting Admiral A.C. Weagle

Agreed, it has gotten out of hand a bit...

I know things are going to get better soon now that he's playing!
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| June 2, 2010, 3:32 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Brendan Dore
Sooo, is he France?

I am. The former member with the grab of France and Portugal was accordingly removed because of disheartening political lacking.

Anyhow, representatives from France, Britain, Spain, Morocco, and Western Sahara have met today to engage in political betterment. A proposed alliance has been talked over and will more than likely go into effect. The Atlantic Defense and Commerce Council (ADCC) is an organization of the respected members and will increase the security and reduce the restrictions of trade.

A new transportation bill has also been proposed internally. This bill is set to increase the number of efficient transportation modes in France. Maglev rail systems between cities and more alternative fuel sources (such as biodiesel) will be used and the overall carbon emissions will hopefully be reduced by no less than 23%.
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| June 2, 2010, 3:57 pm
 Group admin 
I apologize to all members for my behavior in the past week. I have been frustrated with an ally and an admin, and for that reason I have been acting horrendous. I'm sorry.
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| June 2, 2010, 5:06 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Which ally?

Well, two allies. Iran and the SRGL.

Also, the PCU is putting money aside to widen the Panama Canal from 287 feet to 400 feet.
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| June 2, 2010, 5:11 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Well, two allies. Iran and the SRGL.

Also, the PCU is putting money aside to widen the Panama Canal from 287 feet to 400 feet.


The SRGL also appologizes for it's behavior. We desire no more gain in former America, and hopes relationships with the PCU can return to what they were before.
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| June 2, 2010, 5:24 pm
Quoting Chairman Ham

The SRGL also appologizes for it's behavior. We desire no more gain in former America, and hopes relationships with the PCU can return to what they were before.

We still allied?
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| June 2, 2010, 6:25 pm
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Quoting Finn C-Q
We still allied?


Yes we are. I will not cease any diplomatic relationships with those nations I have them with at this time.
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| June 2, 2010, 6:37 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
(ADCC)

ACDC

>.>


In other news, one of our fleets has now arrived in Japan. We wish to help take N.Korea, for sake of a foothold in South Asia.
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| June 2, 2010, 6:42 pm
 Group admin 
Well, there goes that conflict. The Roman Empire will emerge from our rock, but keep it close. We have a feeling this isn't over. It's time to finish of Albania, then take a breather.
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| June 2, 2010, 6:43 pm
Quoting Chairman Ham

Yes we are. I will not cease any diplomatic relationships with those nations I have them with at this time.

Okay, good. Well... That's that.
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| June 2, 2010, 6:44 pm
 Group admin 
In other news, the Peace Fleet sent to Japan on the first day of this group has launched Operation Backhand. The fighters stationed on those carriers will now pass over Guam and see if they are hostile. The few troops stationed on the carriers will storm the beaches if things do not go well. A troop count of 250,000 will be kept in Oklahoma for fast deployment. We may be at peace, but we are still prepared. All other troops are being sent to Operation Backhand.
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| June 2, 2010, 6:51 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
So you're invading me?

And Brendonia thanks Finn for that generous offering of ships. You will be welcomed in Japan.

No, we are not invading you. We are invading Guam, a US-controlled area.
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| June 2, 2010, 6:59 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
So you're invading me?

And Brendonia thanks Finn for that generous offering of ships. You will be welcomed in Japan.

Thanks, also, I will send my other fleet will a good sized force to help with N.Korea
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| June 2, 2010, 7:17 pm
BREAKING NEWS:

In a most surprising turn of events, word has reached me that Austria has declared war on the German Empire.

This appears to be a preemptive strike and resulting from the fact that they had planned to strike us while at war with the PCU. When peace was reached with the PCU just a little while ago, it seems they have effectively flipped out.

Almost even more surprising, they appear to have somewhat up-to-date military equipment. None of it is recognizable, but it all appears to be of the style that was going around just a year or three ago.

They are currently attempting to invade Silesia while slowly pushing at Bavaria. So far we've been able to hold them thanks to our King Jagdtigers, but our very old Prowlers are being completely outclassed.

Awe, I hope that panzer is going well...

>_>
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| June 2, 2010, 7:26 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe


Awe, I hope that panzer is going well...

>_>


In order to save time, we've begun production of the chasis, but the turret is indeed troublesome. But soon we'll have a working design, and begin shipping out the basic tanks. To save more time, you'll need to supply all the minor add-ons yourself, or get word of what you need on it to our designers most promptly.
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| June 2, 2010, 7:52 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

In order to save time, we've begun production of the chasis, but the turret is indeed troublesome. But soon we'll have a working design, and begin shipping out the basic tanks. To save more time, you'll need to supply all the minor add-ons yourself, or get word of what you need on it to our designers most promptly.

I forgot to tell you some of the requirements when I was telling you about the design- a coaxial 30mm cannon (although the barrel should still only come out as far as a machine gun would so as not to ruin the looks of the turret), and on top of the turret, a machine gun as you see fit and a point-defense system like that Israeli thing, you know, the thing that shoots down incoming projectiles.

Also, greeble it as you wish, just make it look as panzer-ish as possible, while maintaining the fact that it's a modern tank and that it should be a nice, big and powerful beastie with a smoothbore gun designed to fire missiles as well as shells.
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| June 2, 2010, 8:02 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
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That can do.
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| June 2, 2010, 8:14 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
BREAKING NEWS:

In a most surprising turn of events, word has reached me that Austria has declared war on the German Empire.

This appears to be a preemptive strike and resulting from the fact that they had planned to strike us while at war with the PCU. When peace was reached with the PCU just a little while ago, it seems they have effectively flipped out.

Almost even more surprising, they appear to have somewhat up-to-date military equipment. None of it is recognizable, but it all appears to be of the style that was going around just a year or three ago.

They are currently attempting to invade Silesia while slowly pushing at Bavaria. So far we've been able to hold them thanks to our King Jagdtigers, but our very old Prowlers are being completely outclassed.

Awe, I hope that panzer is going well...

>_>


HOW DARE THEY ATTACK BAVARIA! Best food in Germany, and München too! I'll send aid at once. Danged Austrians. Some stuff I'm making may be of great assistance, like the Dachs II.
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| June 2, 2010, 9:00 pm
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If need be the case, France will be able to send some aid to Prussia. 20,000 troops have been set aside (mostly including Airborne and the Armoured Corps) with some 140 AIFVs, 40 MAATs, and 20 LARAs. And of course the accompany logistics array. 5,000 Peacekeepers are also on standby to secure (armed) humanitarian efforts.

In other news, the 6.8x43mm munition will now become the standard cartridge size for Coalition firearms. This of course means the ADCC proposal has been passed and this will be the first step in producing a premiere defense force. Or at least that's the long-term goal. The main prospect now is minute mingling with finalized goals to be set at a later date; with the globe evolving rapidly, defense is in high order. Anyhow, at least 3/4 of all fielded weapons will be replaced within four to six months while the 5.56mm and 7.62mm will remain in reserve armories; the latter will also continue to serve on fighting vehicles.
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| June 2, 2010, 9:09 pm
 Group admin 
@Cliffe: Hitler took Austria first too. >.>
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| June 2, 2010, 9:20 pm
 Group admin 
BREAKING NEWS:

Argentina has declared war on the PCU. PCU air campaigns are being formulated while the troops of the Union, once again, are shuffled like a Rubik's Cube.
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| June 2, 2010, 9:23 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous


I take it you will be having the same grey color for the map?


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| June 2, 2010, 9:23 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous


I take it you will be having the same grey color for the map?


You know me too well. I will, if you would be so kind.
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| June 2, 2010, 9:30 pm
 Group admin 
In other PCU news, Bolivia and Paraguay have pledged themselves to the PCU earlier today after internal conflicts.
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| June 2, 2010, 9:37 pm
ANd To Nick this affects the PCU growing massively in a way?
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| June 2, 2010, 10:00 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting michael yonan
ANd To Nick this affects the PCU growing massively in a way?

Are you threatening me Master Jedi?
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| June 2, 2010, 10:29 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting michael yonan
ANd To Nick this affects the PCU growing massively in a way?


About time you said something.
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| June 2, 2010, 10:43 pm
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Well, things ARE getting interesting.

In other news, there's now about a regiment of Medved battle suits scattered throughout half a dozen motorised infantry divisions.

One to a squad is the current issue, with a singular squad of them in reserve for 'special' assignments. You know, defenestrating enemy commanders, blowing up valuable things, that sort of assignment.


As for expansion: the captured territories are mostly assimilated. Expansion East now begins. About five hundred miles or so.

Fairly heavy resistance is expected, compared to the easy sailing so far, but it's nothing a few divisions of T-90s can't handle.
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| June 2, 2010, 11:29 pm
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Our operations are being stepped up greatly in Albania. Rather than trying to avoid damaging infrastructure, we're going to total war mode and swarming what's left of their armed forces. We have plans that need to be enacted soon, the faster Albania falls, the better. We will be using the money gained from our contract with Prusso-Egypt to rebuild the nation once there's an ideal opportunity.
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| June 3, 2010, 12:04 am
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Brenonian B-1s have begun to fly over the northern part of the 48th Parallel, bombing the minefields and barracks to clear for infantry. At the same time, Brendonian fleets have begun to load up (along with Finn's peeps) onto transports and are being escorted near N. Korea via battleship and carriers, which will bombard the coastline defenses and the like.

PCU bombers and fighters can be spared if need be...
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| June 3, 2010, 4:33 pm
 Group admin 
In Argentina, bombers bombed the border towns next to Chile as a precaution. Troops will not be there for weeks, so air campaigns are a must.
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| June 3, 2010, 4:38 pm
Soon after hearing the the attack on N.Korea has beguin, we are now russhing the forces over there to help out.
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| June 3, 2010, 9:28 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
BREAKING NEWS:

Argentina has declared war on the PCU. PCU air campaigns are being formulated while the troops of the Union, once again, are shuffled like a Rubik's Cube.

This is a deliberate mockery, isn't it?

>_>

I thought we were cool, bro.
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| June 3, 2010, 9:33 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
This is a deliberate mockery, isn't it?

>_>

I thought we were cool, bro.

Mah boi, I cannot help countries declaring war on me. What am I supposed to do, pester them to give up land? :P
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| June 3, 2010, 9:36 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Mah boi, I cannot help countries declaring war on me. What am I supposed to do, pester them to give up land? :P

You directly copied my "BREAKING NEWS:" thing. I feel as if you're trying to make me look bad or something. And you had better not occupy/annex the place.

We will be occupying/annexing Austria because it's GERMAN, therefore it should be in the GERMAN Empire. Argentina appears to have nothing to do with the Pacific coast... well, then again, the PCU's name really doesn't mean anything at all, does it...

Anyway, carry on :-P
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| June 3, 2010, 9:40 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
You directly copied my "BREAKING NEWS:" thing. I feel as if you're trying to make me look bad or something. And you had better not occupy/annex the place.

We will be occupying/annexing Austria because it's GERMAN, therefore it should be in the GERMAN Empire. Argentina appears to have nothing to do with the Pacific coast... well, then again, the PCU's name really doesn't mean anything at all, does it...

Anyway, carry on :-P

PCU is the shell of the USA, doesn't that mean we should get the old US lands? Didn't think so Cliffe.
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| June 3, 2010, 9:42 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Why do you have Kaliningrad?

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| June 3, 2010, 9:59 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU is the shell of the USA, doesn't that mean we should get the old US lands? Didn't think so Cliffe.

If PCU were truly the shell of the old USA, it would be different. Say, it would be democratic, not totalitarian as you claim it is. And Argentina is NOT an old US territory. Neither is anything else down there.
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| June 3, 2010, 10:00 pm
Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Why do you have Kaliningrad?

It's Koenigsberg, the capital city of East Prussia and the most Prussian place of all. Used to be the capital of Prussia way back before it united with Brandenburg. That was like, during the Renaissance. Now it's the capital of the Prussian province of East Prussia, which is the geographically defined region of Prussia (the "real" Prussia).

And all of this within the glorious German Empire!
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| June 3, 2010, 10:01 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
It's Koenigsberg, the capital city of East Prussia and the most Prussian place of all. Used to be the capital of Prussia way back before it united with Brandenburg. That was like, during the Renaissance.

Last I checked its part of Russia, and we are using up to date maps.....
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| June 3, 2010, 10:03 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
Last I checked its part of Russia, and we are using up to date maps.....


Because Russia seized it at the end of WWII, and now that Russia's seemingly collapsed, Cliffe walked in and took it back.
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| June 3, 2010, 10:09 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Because Russia seized it at the end of WWII, and now that Russia's seemingly collapsed, Cliffe walked in and took it back.

Sad face
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| June 3, 2010, 10:10 pm
 Group admin 
I'm not signaling that I'm taking these lands, but I am using an old trick.

The PCU is overseeing that all untaken lands in South America have a sizable military in the event of military invasion. If attacked, the PCU will help them out in defeating the invaders. Man, we're like the UNS now!
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| June 3, 2010, 10:23 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick

Also, if anyone would like a flag for their nation, or maps of any sort, feel free to contact me. Thanks!
I could go for a flag right now, I've been too lazy to make one for here.

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| June 3, 2010, 10:25 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Man, we're like the UNS now!

Except the UNS is much more elegant.

Anyhow, the French Foreign Navy Detachment and accompanying Marines have been sent to French Guinea to secure it as an official territory instead of just a de facto one. Political organization and protection has been by French policy for quite awhile (even in the contemporary world) and this will secure them in the evolving world.

The detachment consists of 50,160 naval crew and naval infantry. 40 MAATs, 32 AIFVs, 12 LARAs, and 36 MCAPs make up the reserve brunt of ground and aerial armour for defense purposes. Follow-ups for heavy armour will be sent a week from this detachment.
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| June 3, 2010, 10:34 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Describe, and I shall make. I have to deal with SAT's, and finish Cliff'es standard, but I'll get to it by like Saturday.
I'll FM you.

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| June 3, 2010, 10:35 pm
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Operation Backhand is being aborted. All available units are being moved to Cuba to secure an objective.

The PCU is now changing its name to the Pacific Empire.

The war in Argentina came to a close today with PCU tanks and APCs storming the capital city. After an intense hour or two of fighting, the Argentinians surrendered themselves to the Empire!
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| June 3, 2010, 10:36 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton


In the beginning, there was only One Empire...

And in the end, there will be only One Empire...

One Empire to Rule Them All. One Empire to Find Them. One Empire to Bring Them All and in the Darkness Bind Them!

/white cat
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| June 3, 2010, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Operation Backhand is being aborted. All available units are being moved to Cuba to secure an objective.

The PCU is now changing its name to the Pacific Empire.

The war in Argentina came to a close today with PCU tanks and APCs storming the capital city. After an intense hour or two of fighting, the Argentinians surrendered themselves to the Empire!

And so the time for bagging begins.

Argentina is a very contemporary government with a secluded geopolitical situation. Although it has ties with the West, they are a very defensive nation similar to the situation of Switzerland. Argentina has large mountain ranges and your ability to mobilize a very small fraction of a military would take at least two months in the most minimal case. And I highly doubt any nation would simply give up in what seems like a days time. If this were the case, pre-war negotiations to join your Union would have been opened instead of allowing you into their nation with guns in hand. I think you're just trying to buckle lands quickly because people are pressuring to expand. Again though, refresh on some geopolitics. With you expanding this quickly from Anglo-America into a Hispanic-America, cultural integration won't happen as fast as you want. This means inferior governments and a few revolution bells being rung. Welcome to the Second Age of the Cold War.
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| June 3, 2010, 10:45 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
And so the time for bagging begins.

Argentina is a very contemporary government with a secluded geopolitical situation. Although it has ties with the West, they are a very defensive nation similar to the situation of Switzerland. Argentina has large mountain ranges and your ability to mobilize a very small fraction of a military would take at least two months in the most minimal case. And I highly doubt any nation would simply give up in what seems like a days time. If this were the case, pre-war negotiations to join your Union would have been opened instead of allowing you into their nation with guns in hand. I think you're just trying to buckle lands quickly because people are pressuring to expand. Again though, refresh on some geopolitics. With you expanding this quickly from Anglo-America into a Hispanic-America, cultural integration won't happen as fast as you want. This means inferior governments and a few revolution bells being rung. Welcome to the Second Age of the Cold War.

Actually, no Erik. It's not because of you. It's because of other things far beyond you.
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| June 3, 2010, 10:46 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Actually, no Erik. It's not because of you. It's because of other things far beyond you.

lolwut?

That's not the point. I'm trying to say that because you expanded exponentially within what is only a few months from a very homogeneous region into another homogeneous region, you'll have cultural clashes. Governments represent a nation, which is a union of similar peoples that follow similar cultures. So, your six months of expansion would, in true reality, only mean six days of power. Anglo-Americans generally detest Hispanic-Americans having the same constitutional rights as them because of cultural differences.

I'm not involved in any part of this, it's the testimonial of human geography that is buckling the little sense in this group.
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| June 3, 2010, 10:53 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
lolwut?



I take it you once gave that speech to Cliffe's tri-cultural empire?
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| June 3, 2010, 10:55 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I take it you once gave that speech to Cliffe's tri-cultural empire?

More or less. It's not so much that it isn't possible to attach cultures together, but if you do it rapidly and without care to sensitivity, a regime cannot win the hearts and minds of the people. I'm not too fond of the linking of a Muslim regime with a Germanic culture, but I don't think I down a group founder with absolute optimism with words alone.
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| June 3, 2010, 11:04 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
More or less. It's not so much that it isn't possible to attach cultures together, but if you do it rapidly and without care to sensitivity, a regime cannot win the hearts and minds of the people. I'm not too fond of the linking of a Muslim regime with a Germanic culture, but I don't think I down a group founder with absolute optimism with words alone.


Same here... Anyways, all I can say to make Nick more distraught is white cat.
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| June 3, 2010, 11:09 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
The PCU is now changing its name to the Pacific Empire.

...



:-)

This will get ye much freedom.
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| June 3, 2010, 11:10 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
lolwut?

That's not the point. I'm trying to say that because you expanded exponentially within what is only a few months from a very homogeneous region into another homogeneous region, you'll have cultural clashes. Governments represent a nation, which is a union of similar peoples that follow similar cultures. So, your six months of expansion would, in true reality, only mean six days of power. Anglo-Americans generally detest Hispanic-Americans having the same constitutional rights as them because of cultural differences.

I'm not involved in any part of this, it's the testimonial of human geography that is buckling the little sense in this group.

Mah boiz, this man is who all true group admins strive for!

I knew things would start straightening out as soon as you starting saying things.
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| June 3, 2010, 11:15 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
^ Biggest change of heart in human history? :P


I agree.
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| June 3, 2010, 11:26 pm
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The First Fleet has been sent to the south Atlantic towards the nation of Guyana, in prospect of them becoming a colony. We expect them to deny our request, and fighting in the jungle should take 1-2 months. We have ample Marines to secure an objective for reinforcement to be flown in. Fleet shall arrive in 3 days.
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| June 4, 2010, 3:25 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
More or less. It's not so much that it isn't possible to attach cultures together, but if you do it rapidly and without care to sensitivity, a regime cannot win the hearts and minds of the people. I'm not too fond of the linking of a Muslim regime with a Germanic culture, but I don't think I down a group founder with absolute optimism with words alone.

It took decades, anyway, and Islam left the building somehow. :-)
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| June 4, 2010, 4:06 pm
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Quoting Chairman Ham
The First Fleet has been sent to the south Atlantic towards the nation of Guyana, in prospect of them becoming a colony. We expect them to deny our request, and fighting in the jungle should take 1-2 months. We have ample Marines to secure an objective for reinforcement to be flown in. Fleet shall arrive in 3 days.

PCU frowns upon thee.

I propose a treaty with I, Cliffe, and Ham prohibiting the taking of land for three weeks unless that nation is taken in this group and declares war on you. Cliffe, you may hurry Austria, but me and Ham would just sit back and secure our lands for three weeks if supported.
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| June 4, 2010, 4:45 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU frowns upon thee.

I propose a treaty with I, Cliffe, and Ham prohibiting the taking of land for three weeks unless that nation is taken in this group and declares war on you. Cliffe, you may hurry Austria, but me and Ham would just sit back and secure our lands for three weeks if supported.

Well, now that you're the Pacific Empire, you have much more freedom to conquer things, because it makes sense now, but I agree. Austria will probably take a while to subdue anyway, even after three weeks for sure.
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| June 4, 2010, 5:24 pm
BREAKING NEWS:
-Tajikistanian rebels set off car bomb in Tehran
-Afghani soldiers cross the border on a "reconnaissance" mission
-Iranian commandos respond with raids
-Commandos kidnapped and beheaded on live television
-War declared on Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan as of 5:07 pm
OTHER NEWS:
American Mountain Hikers that crossed the Iranian border in 2008-09 are being released back into the PCU.
This war shall be a quick ground war and will by quickly won. We expect to push 10 miles through the other nations borders to form a buffer on the BEAR alliance.
300,000 soldiers and our remaining air-force will be scrambled to take out targets on the border so it will be a clear drive through.

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| June 4, 2010, 6:23 pm
Why is everyone starting to use this "BREAKING NEWS:" ploy of other countries doing stuff to yours so you can have a lame excuse to invade them?

Austria declared war on Germany not just so we could invade them, I was planning on doing that anyway. They made a PREEMPTIVE STRIKE because they knew we were planning to invade them, we had been practicing troop movements. It's seriously not just an excuse to annex them. I was planning on outright doing so anyway, but decided to throw a little twist on it to mix things up.
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| June 4, 2010, 6:28 pm
I've been planning to invade these places for a month now. I've also used this with Texas before.

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| June 4, 2010, 6:37 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Why is everyone starting to use this "BREAKING NEWS:" ploy of other countries doing stuff to yours so you can have a lame excuse to invade them?


BREAKING NEWS:

We've been empire-ing in the Balkans this whole time, and no one's said a thing. I think they're afraid of me.

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| June 4, 2010, 6:52 pm
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The SRGL shall agree to sign the pact the Pacific Empire asks for. Also, we wish to make a deal with them. We would like to purchase one of each variation(One and only one) of MT-1s. If need be, a convoy including a transport ship can go to wherever you feel necessary for pick-up. Blueprints with the tanks are optional, if you feel our team can not successfully duplicate them with them.
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| June 5, 2010, 11:40 am
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The French Ministry of Defense Development has contracted several local companies to begin work on both a new gunship and an experimental hovercraft. The latter should, in theory, serve as a faster amphibious delivery vehicle for Marines by reducing the amount of drag faced by most modern AAVs.

A new MBT will soon to released to public eyes. This design will remove the aging Leclerc from the battlefield and introduce a specifically adapted unit. However, a small number of 150 Leclercs will be kept in reserve and for intermediate training exercises. The rest shall be sold to foreign markets or scrapped.

We would also like to mention that the UK can choose to remain in the ADCC. Pressure from previous encounters will not be played, which makes this a choice situation.
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| June 5, 2010, 12:16 pm
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Quoting Chairman Ham
The SRGL shall agree to sign the pact the Pacific Empire asks for. Also, we wish to make a deal with them. We would like to purchase one of each variation(One and only one) of MT-1s. If need be, a convoy including a transport ship can go to wherever you feel necessary for pick-up. Blueprints with the tanks are optional, if you feel our team can not successfully duplicate them with them.

We like the idea of being allies, but we don't like the idea of giving our strongest assets to countries known to have a history against us.
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| June 5, 2010, 12:18 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
We like the idea of being allies, but we don't like the idea of giving our strongest assets to countries known to have a history against us.


Great. I guess I have to build my own now, without any treads, unless someone has an MBT they want to sell to us.

We will remember this, Nick.
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| June 5, 2010, 12:37 pm
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Quoting Chairman Ham

Great. I guess I have to build my own now, without any treads, unless someone has an MBT they want to sell to us.

We will remember this, Nick.

I can offer my old AMBT design. It's not as large nor has the largest gun. However, in place of those, it offers stealth, electronic defenses (against intermediate anti-tank missiles), and can cross deeper waters than most contemporary tanks in due part of its elevated front hull.

AMBT: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/151183
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| June 5, 2010, 12:48 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I can offer my old AMBT design. It's not as large nor has the largest gun. However, in place of those, it offers stealth, electronic defenses (against intermediate anti-tank missiles), and can cross deeper waters than most contemporary tanks in due part of its elevated front hull.

AMBT: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/151183


Ooh, very nice. With the SRGL, size matters not. I'll take it.

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| June 5, 2010, 12:53 pm
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Quoting Chairman Ham
Ooh, very nice. With the SRGL, size matters not. I'll take it.

Very good. We can open a transaction in two ways: You make a single purchase order or the design patent can be leased out for a four-month production period. The first means you order a specific number and can make more exclusive orders in the future. The latter option means you have four months to produce as many as you need within your own factories, but after the time period is up the patent returns to the French market and if you continue to use said patent you will be fined with a handsome amount.
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| June 5, 2010, 12:58 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Very good. We can open a transaction in two ways: You make a single purchase order or the design patent can be leased out for a four-month production period. The first means you order a specific number and can make more exclusive orders in the future. The latter option means you have four months to produce as many as you need within your own factories, but after the time period is up the patent returns to the French market and if you continue to use said patent you will be fined with a handsome amount.


I prefer the latter. Detroit is, of course, a production powerhouse for the SRGL war machine.
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| June 5, 2010, 1:23 pm
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The Roman Empire is now under control of the mountains borders of Albania. All that is left to do is sweep through the valleys and coastal plain, which shouldn't take long. The Albanian military has either surrendered or is left in small isolated pockets. We have but to reach the capital and the Republic will fall.

Furthermore, we have completed the turret designs for our contracted tank, and have begun production. The turret count should soon match the chasis count. Cliffe, how many do you need and how soon?
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| June 5, 2010, 1:27 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
BREAKING NEWS:

Operation: And then I will call upon Finn's forces to bring up the rear and reinforce positions further south form the front line. Did you really think I'd let you take N. Korea? My troops will keep your forces from fighting into Pyongyang, until it is fully secured. 'Tis all for now.

No, all I want is to help and take a small portion of it, also some scientests, Generals, Soldiers, the like


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| June 5, 2010, 3:20 pm
 Group moderator 
2220 troops were flown in this afternoon via commercial flights to prepare accommodations and security for the incoming Marines coming by sea. These men will later be flown back two months from now, granted a permanent security detachment will be made. Anyhow, patrols will become regular and while renovations for a French Navy Detachment installation are being done, troops will be quartered with civilians.

Also, the AMBT patent is now officially released to the SRGL. Temporary usage only.
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| June 5, 2010, 3:41 pm
Quoting Chairman Ham

Great. I guess I have to build my own now, without any treads, unless someone has an MBT they want to sell to us.

We will remember this, Nick.

When they come out, the new GERMAN MBTs should serve you quite well.
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| June 5, 2010, 4:59 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
The Roman Empire is now under control of the mountains borders of Albania. All that is left to do is sweep through the valleys and coastal plain, which shouldn't take long. The Albanian military has either surrendered or is left in small isolated pockets. We have but to reach the capital and the Republic will fall.

Furthermore, we have completed the turret designs for our contracted tank, and have begun production. The turret count should soon match the chasis count. Cliffe, how many do you need and how soon?

At least 3,500 of them ASAP. Austria has some good panzers of their own. We'll begin producing them now as well, so the numbers should climb relatively quickly.
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| June 5, 2010, 5:03 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
At least 3,500 of them ASAP. Austria has some good panzers of their own. We'll begin producing them now as well, so the numbers should climb relatively quickly.


Well, our own production is going, so the first detachment should be ready in a few days time.
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| June 5, 2010, 5:49 pm
 Group moderator 
This just in! The Military has reported that early this morning, at around 0200 Icelandic local time, several Scandinavian soldiers have sabotaged a military base in West Iceland. Gun shots were fired, and several SRGL soldiers were wounded, and one is in critical condition after a truck carrying gas exploded. The rebels have fled into the wilderness, and are unknown in number. More details later.
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| June 6, 2010, 9:09 am
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Another French Foreign Naval Detachment has been sent today to secure French Polynesia, New Caledonia, Clipperton Island Mayotte, Renunion, and the joint territory Wallis and Futuna. These are all Overseas Departments of France and shall be secured as official units of French territory. This detachment consists of only 17,000 troops with only 25 AIFVs and 36 MCAPs for armoured support and air cover. Later reinforcements will be sent if it is found needed. Anyhow, the Caribbean islands of France will be let go and most likely be re-governed under the Pacific Empire.
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| June 6, 2010, 12:11 pm
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France will be sending 12,400 troops to conquer the microstates of Monaco, Andorra, and Luxembourg. The main goal will be to simply assert presence granted most of these nations simply have civil defense propositions and rely on larger nations such as France or Spain for large-scale actions. 30 AMBT Mk.IIs, 60 AIFVs, 40 MAATs, and 36 MCAPs will supplement the majority of brute force while the rest of the divisions are simply versatile platoons. It's suspected that little resistance will occur granted these areas are already under the political influence of their larger neighbors. Overall, Operation: Dagger should be a simple exercise and nothing more.
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| June 6, 2010, 3:08 pm
I love the smell of annexation in the afternoon...
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| June 6, 2010, 3:42 pm
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Scandinavian rebels have attempted to take a small town called Bolungarvik in Iceland today. A small force of loyal Scandinavian soldiers was stationed there, and bravely defended the town. Rebels now have most of the town, with only a few of our soldiers left. Another town, Hverageroisbaer, was assaulted, but were forced out by superior numbers of ours. Some military leaders are called these attacks a crisis, and are calling for more troops already.
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| June 6, 2010, 3:47 pm
IN AUSTRIA:

In Silesia, the German 2nd Panzer Division (also my WWII reenacting outfit) with cavalry and panzer grenadiers has outflanked the Austrian lines and crossed the Austrian border heading for Vienna. Austrian forces are frantically mobilizing forces to defend the capital, but are expected to be still quite weak once the new German super-panzers reach the capital and storm it, and the outflanked Austrian line is desperately attempting to counterattack the panzers flanking them- however, the German line has become to large and strong, and is repelling the now smaller Austrian line.

In Bavaria, fighting has come to a strange halt due to the severely low Austrian morale and lack of will to fight their Bavarian brothers. The Bavarian units have now also outmaneuvered those Austrian lines and are heading for the heart of Austria. Very weak, scattered defenses lie in their path, which should be crushed soon.

The Austrians made the critical tactical error of deploying almost all of their forces to Silesia, which then got pounded and outflanked by our new panzers. Now they have pretty much lost 2/3 of their forces and Austria will soon belong to ZE REICH!!!
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| June 6, 2010, 4:16 pm
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SHATTERING NEWS:

After destroying their way through Albania, our tank divisions have reached Tirana, the capital. Now that the Albanian government is gone and their lands occupation, we're offering what's left of their military to incorporate into ours rather than go to POW camps. Soon, our next conquest will begin, for we're on a roll.
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| June 6, 2010, 4:34 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
No to the first part and yes to the second.

Okay...
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| June 6, 2010, 4:46 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
With exercises in Papua going smoothly, we move our attentions to the next island of our northern neighbors we shall be turning our attentions to the next of our northern neighbor islands.

East Timor shall be incorporated next, and we have contacted their head of government.

We hope to continue talks soon, and have the land incorporated soon. One of the main catalysts we will use to influence them will be the increasing threat of Indonesia, which we see as wanting to expand throughout the Oceanic islands.


The next target of our "island hopping" will be Sri Lanka. As this nation is not closely tied with Australia as the others were, we expect some fighting, however, Sri Lanka is an important stepping stone for our upcoming invasion plans.


India, eh? We'll just see about that.

The situation in Iceland, however, is getting worse. Street fighting is taking place in Reykjavik, and marines are being overrun in Akranes. Casualties are mounting, the Scandinavians assault is surprisingly effective, for a bunch of soldiers who had just yesterday been in our army. Hopefully, our 2 new MBTs can arrive soon.
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| June 6, 2010, 7:32 pm
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The IRA, seeing as the SRGL is sending troops to Iceland, I reinforcing all troops in Iceland.
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| June 6, 2010, 7:58 pm
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Quoting John Dawn
The IRA, seeing as the SRGL is sending troops to Iceland, I reinforcing all troops in Iceland.


Yeah, you try and fight a bunch of rebels with actual military experience without sending reinforcements.
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| June 6, 2010, 8:14 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
I know the feeling, I'm debating whether or not to have the IRA come out and play. THat would be vaguely annoying.
Who you calling vaguely annoying?

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| June 6, 2010, 9:15 pm
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The Alenian military reserves are currently mobilizing. The various other divisions scattered about the occupied territories are moving to the border, where fortifications are being established. Minefields and razor wire, mostly, but there's an occasional pillbox.

Currently on station: two motorized rifle divisions, three armoured assault divisions, mostly equipped with T80U MBTs, two regiments worth of some of the best AA missiles money can buy, two squadrons of SU-25KM ground attack planes and a squadron of SU-50 interceptors.

Of course, each division has attached AA and artillery regiments, but I shouldn't need to tell you that.
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| June 6, 2010, 11:02 pm
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As of 0535 hours EST Monaco has been secured as a French territory. After an eight-hour engagement followed by two more hours of sporadic pot-shots and minute tangles, surrender by overwhelming odds was the next card played. Eight natives were killed and thirty-six were injured. Only twelve casualties were sustained by allied forces; none of them were deaths. Some of the resistance members serving with the civil defense force have been temporarily detained until the CDF is properly disbanded and replaced by the newly dubbed French Mechanized Army.
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| June 7, 2010, 12:41 am
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PCU has jump started Boeing and McDonnel-Douglas so we they can produce us some things. So far, 300 AH-64 Apache Longbows are on order.
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| June 7, 2010, 12:43 am
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Today, 4 months of production of the new MBT given to us by France has started. Hopefully, the first batch can be sent to Iceland soon, some previously unknown stashes of Scandinavian equipment have been used against us.

Less urban fighting took place today, after a bloody showdown in Reykjavik. The war has been taken to the mountains, where the rebels hide out. An AH-64D Apache discover a sniper nest, and reported back their utter destruction by use of hellfire missiles. The reinforcements will be deployed within the next couple of days.
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| June 7, 2010, 3:30 pm
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Nearly 2.3 billion NSO [Napoleon Standard Oro (1:1 exchange rate with USD)] has been granted to the Defense Research Ministry to begin enhancing production and research on anti-ship cruise missiles and other munitions (i.e. torpedoes). The goal of this will be to create a domestic defense munitions set that will reduce the vulnerability of the ADCC's coasts.

Also, a AMBT Mk.III is already underway with the hopes of increasing its rate of tactical achievement. The secondary armament (CROWS atop the turret) will be reduced to the 7.62mm calibre and the turret will be lengthened to allow for more electronic additions and munitions storage. The chassis will meet the same fate.

Anyhow, combat in the remaining two microstates is slow. Luxembourg is showing minute diffraction and their defense forces are simply protecting civilians as they move through the city instead of key installations. In return to the this, French forces have not fired any munitions greater than a 7.62mm calibre to ensure that collateral damage is at the most minimal regards. Same goes for all other areas.
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| June 7, 2010, 4:55 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
The Commonwealth is...concerned about the coastal deployments of advanced cruise missiles in France...

With our borders so close, these weapons could be easily used, even if they are "anti-ship" to strike at coastal settlements in England, and even strike against Royal Navy ships in port...

We find this development very disturbing, and concerning, and would like to lodge an official protest.

Your protest will simply be denounced. This equipment isn't just for France, but for all members of the ADCC. As it stands, the Commonwealth is included in the Council. By attempting a protest, it seems you may have future ideas that need exemplification by power. Conclusively, the project will remain in the works and will be completed granted its a several nations versus the one.
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| June 7, 2010, 5:13 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Fine, but I insist you use these devices for...defensive purposes only...

Granted you already posess similar weapons systems, I take it you wish to keep the battlefield asymmetric. If that's the case, your pressures won't mean much to me. A weapon is a weapon and demonstrating their use will come in any manner granted any variety of situations. If you're worried about these devices, as you put it, then I ask that you remove similar weapons from your arsenal before I remove them from mine.
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| June 7, 2010, 6:50 pm
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The Pacific Empire wishes to trade with the Frenchies for some BT Mk. III. Only one or two is what we need.
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| June 7, 2010, 6:52 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
The Pacific Empire wishes to trade with the Frenchies for some BT Mk. III. Only one or two is what we need.

Mk.IIs or Mk.IIIs? Only asking to clarify seeing as though the Mk.III hasn't been released publicly.
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| June 7, 2010, 7:06 pm
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I'm back. If anything happened in the past two weeks that is even slightly important to me, I would appreciate it if someone would fill me in.
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| June 7, 2010, 7:06 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Mk.IIs or Mk.IIIs? Only asking to clarify seeing as though the Mk.III hasn't been released publicly.

Mk. IIs.
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| June 7, 2010, 7:08 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
UNO


Touché.

Anyways, fighting is still going on in Iceland. To prevent the rebels from crossing the border, a division is being sent to hit them from behind. We don't want any spillover conflict.
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| June 7, 2010, 9:03 pm
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The PCU Fleet is moving into the Panama Canal. Passing through will take four days, as we try to avoid getting our hulls scrapped off.
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| June 7, 2010, 9:45 pm
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To the orders for the Mk.IIs, France is willing to sell them off at the standard cost of 4.6 NSO. Granted the Pacific Empire will most likely be reverse-engineering the tank, a stripped down version (the removal of fire control, NBC overpressurization system, communications unit, and CROWS remote system) is the only option with a price reduction leaving the total at 3.8 NSO. For Oceania, the only thing being removed will be the communications system granted they'll have to upgraded to fit your encoding and specifications; total cost of 4.4 NSO.
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| June 7, 2010, 9:47 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
To the orders for the Mk.IIs, France is willing to sell them off at the standard cost of 4.6 NSO. Granted the Pacific Empire will most likely be reverse-engineering the tank, a stripped down version (the removal of fire control, NBC overpressurization system, communications unit, and CROWS remote system) is the only option with a price reduction leaving the total at 3.8 NSO. For Oceania, the only thing being removed will be the communications system granted they'll have to upgraded to fit your encoding and specifications; total cost of 4.4 NSO.

Okay, we will buy one and then re-produce them via looking at it. 3.8 USD will be moved to you soon.
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| June 7, 2010, 10:26 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Brendonia would also like to acquire some Mk. IIs, for research and the like. But, Imma get some real tracks soon because I just got money for some stuff.

If you're set on researching (reverse-engineering) the tank, it'll be the same pricing and ordeal as the Pacific Empire.

On note of the latter individual, the Mk.II will be shipped to you within 72-96 hours and will come via air.
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| June 7, 2010, 10:29 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
True. Hydra-class destroyers and the soon to be acquired stealth cruisers are both equipped with cruise missiles, so we will both retain the same terms in weapons strength. I suggest a compromise, we both refrain from activating cruise missile systems on board naval ships, land stations, on or around the English Channel?

The ADCC has no intentions of using them in retaliation to the Commonwealth and thus activation within your vicinity was, and is, not planned. Anyhow, granted peace is what we aim for, this arms compromise sounds fine. Of course though, if any activation of war is established, the compromise will be neglected and any means for victory will be utilized.
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| June 7, 2010, 11:22 pm
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The B.E.A.R. alliance is in a state of war with the sovereign state of Kazakhstan.

FTSA and Alenian forces moved in last night in the wake of bombing raids and special forces sabotage attacks. While quite a number of sabotage missions failed, enough succeded to seriously hamper enemy activity.

Power facilities, communication systems, airfields, factories, barracks, that sort of thing. Craters everywhere.

While the extent of the FTSA advance is unknown, Alenian troops have successfully taken Petropavlovsk, Pavlodar and Semey.

Well, okay, not so much Pavlodar. We'll finish crushing the army base there soon enough.

Next stops, Astana, Oskemen and Qaraghandy.

So far, the enemy's been taken completely by surprise, and not too many signals got out to the rest of the country.

However, that will soon change.

No doubt some motorcycle signal riders managed to slip through.


We're probably gonna be here all year.

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Why? We don't completely trust the Iranians.
If they're going to move up to our borders to establish a 'buffer zone' we're going to meet them halfway.

Besides, we've had our eyes on Kazakhstan for a while now.
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| June 8, 2010, 12:32 am
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Quoting Areetsa C

Why? We don't completely trust the Iranians.


A wise sentiment. They hold grudges for exceedingly long times.
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| June 8, 2010, 3:02 am
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Quoting Areetsa C
The B.E.A.R. alliance is in a state of war with the sovereign state of Kazakhstan.


/Borat voice.

Great success. Kazakhstan is number one producer of potassium. All the the other countries are lacking in potassium.
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| June 8, 2010, 3:18 pm
Over the course of yesterday and today, I have completed FIVE new classes of ships. They are:

the Amenhotep III class Missile Cruiser

the Talon of Horus class Destroyer

the first German ship I have ever made, the Berlin class Destroyer

my first U-boat, no name yet (help wanted)

a nameless frigate to be used by both Germany and Egypt

Pictures should soon be posted on Flickr. I think at least someone is going to be impressed.

In Austria, the enemy lines are crumbling to the might of our new King Leopards and the Luftwaffe. However, the 2nd Panzer division now faces an Austrian panzer grenadier division. This is their last counteroffensive, most likely. The Luftwaffe is on their way to help.
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| June 8, 2010, 4:30 pm
Quoting Areetsa C
While the extent of the FTSA advance is unknown, Alenian troops have successfully taken Petropavlovsk, Pavlodar and Semey.

The FTSA states that we have reached the area of Qostanay, Aqtobe, and Oral. We need the Alenian's to take Ekibastuz.
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| June 8, 2010, 4:45 pm
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As of 1737 hours EST the detachment sent to French Guiana has reached the territory. Although exhausted and disgruntled, the Marines exercised precision and priority by dismounting in an orderly fashion and establishing immediate objectives. The main goal now is to gather intel from local defense and security forces to create a single frame of command. Within 72 hours of this command unit's establishment, the papers to officially recognize French Guiana as a State of the Republic should be finished and by the end of this week the new Department of Recognition will be able to proudly boast French Guiana's joining.

Aside from that, France has debut a new training unit for premiere snipers. A new unit will opened under the title of Mobile Dominance Sniper Task Unit. This breed of select troops will be able to eliminate targets from both moving and stationary platforms. Engagements will occur within 48 hours of deployment and the men will work in a web of eight two-man teams. This will ensure rapid engagement and minimal error.

Another training unit with its values set on ship boarding and underwater sabotage has been opened as well with joint-funding shared with the aforementioned task force. This unit will hopefully prove to reduce the risk level in neutralizing at-port target ships and even capture enemy craft at sea in a timely and effective manner.

Onto the novice of war, Luxembourg stands as the last engagement zone. Although the conflict has been passive, small pockets of enemy forces are keeping allied troops at bay. Although no deaths have been suffered by either sides, severe injuries are still in moderate numbers. Allied forces have been making routine runs with ambulances to accommodate all casualties, both ally and enemy, and carry them to neutralized field hospitals. Midnight raids to capture defense force members have become routine in order to detain a majority of the resistance. It is hoped that diplomacy and large force volumes will lead the microstate to surrender.
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| June 8, 2010, 5:59 pm
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As of 1900: The IRA has asked Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania to join. A resounding yes is not expected however.
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| June 8, 2010, 7:03 pm
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Quoting Finn C-Q
The FTSA states that we have reached the area of Qostanay, Aqtobe, and Oral. We need the Alenian's to take Ekibastuz.


Whatcha doin' in the Pavlodar province?

That's a bit far west, don'tcha think?

Anyway, I don't know about you, but my forces are shoving on to the capital. Take that out, the rest of it's just mopping up.
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| June 8, 2010, 7:15 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
The Baltic states are some of the most anti-Russian countries around nowadays...Absorbing them is going to require a good size military action, and a very long, drawn out mop-up effort...

Ah, But You don't know what I'm offering them do you?
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| June 8, 2010, 9:13 pm
Due to economic stress, social unrest and near military defeat by several central Asian nations, the Persian people have risen up against the government of the Iranian Islamic Regime. Due to all the stress plus the rebellion, the Iranian government has completely collapsed, resulting in tons of temporary splinter-states and city-states.

You can imagine why Will didn't want to keep playing as Iran. I believe it is fair to give anyone in this group a second or maybe even unlimited chances (if they're good enough), especially when the collapse of their nation isn't entirely their fault, is simple misfortune, or results in a good lesson learned. The latter is true of this case.

So, Gober may choose which new nation he wishes to rise up again as. There are many new choices, some very promising. I hope you all welcome the new nation with the same respect you would share with any new member and that you shared with Gober in the past. He's a great part of the 21st Century World, and I'm glad to have him here. Spontaneous, feel free to jump in and help him find a realistic spot and get him started. I would appreciate it if you did, actually, I bet he could use some help.
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| June 8, 2010, 9:26 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
The Baltic states are some of the most anti-Russian countries around nowadays...Absorbing them is going to require a good size military action, and a very long, drawn out mop-up effort...

Anyway, the Commonwealth is taking great interests in your interests in the Kingdom of Denmark... The remaining twenty-six destroyers at Scapa Flow are being put on high alert, with four being deployed to Copenhagen. Two Hydra-class ships will also be sent on patrol near Iceland, for security reasons, in case tensions continue to increase... It's in the interests of the Commonwealth for Denmark to remain free of the influence of the IRA.

Good reports from Kingston are coming in also. The force of 3000 Royal Marines have been landed, and are spreading out to support the forces loyal to the rightful, democratically elected government of Jamaica. Closer political, and economic integration is on it's way, with Jamaica officially entering the Commonwealth by the end of June not out of the question.

Germany has its eye on Denmark as well. After all, it's right on top of us.

Y'all best leave it alone.
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| June 8, 2010, 9:39 pm
Quoting Areetsa C

Whatcha doin' in the Pavlodar province?

That's a bit far west, don'tcha think?

Anyway, I don't know about you, but my forces are shoving on to the capital. Take that out, the rest of it's just mopping up.

Well, I could help out, but it's a good idea to securer the main area
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| June 8, 2010, 9:43 pm
With the collapse of the Iranian government, Prussian troops in Sweden are moving swiftly to occupy Norway. As another state from which the Nordic people originate, it rightfully belongs to the Reich. Once occupied, borders will be re-drawn. Sweden, now known as Nordpreussen (North Prussia), will become a bit smaller, and Norway will occupy a much more reasonable looking bit of land. It shall become a new state in the German Empire.
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| June 8, 2010, 9:44 pm
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I'm just saying my cousin wanted it but he manned up and made an account and is going it alone, be he wants all the lands I listed...
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| June 8, 2010, 9:49 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
Hmm senor, we might has a bone of contention.

We have three nations that want the Kingdom, and I will protect it against the IRA. Here is what I suggest. Sleswig, is traditionally German. Britain and Scandinavia have alays had close relations because of our seafaring traditions...

I propose, you take suzerainty back over the land that is rightfully yours. However, I want rights to continue to exert diplomatic, and economic power in Scandinavia, specifically Norway and Denmark... I assure you that my vastly smaller ground forces have no intention of using Denmark as a springboard for invasion of the Reich.

That's fine by me and fine by the Kaiser. Sounds like a plan.
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| June 8, 2010, 9:49 pm
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As the PCU carriers passed through the Panama Canal, small inflatable rigid hulled boats were launched from them, holding armed PCU troops. The troops seized control of the lock we were passing through at the time. Then, the carriers stopped and lowered large steel boarding bridges from the flight deck to land. HAT-1s and other equipment stormed the banks to take Panama, while fighters also took off. As of now, the battle is on going.
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| June 8, 2010, 9:53 pm
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...And thus the PCU-Germany-SRGL treaty falls to pieces. Roman Empire laughs in humor, and consolidates power in the Balkans and builds more tanks for our customers.

Speaking of wars of aggression, I need to get working on my navy. Oh wait, I am.
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| June 8, 2010, 9:56 pm
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C-5s landed at a nearby airfield in Panama, and more than 4,000 troops are now heading for Columbia. In Ecuador, HAT-1s and other equipment rushed to border, causing quite the ruckus.

Officially, we were merely scouting the area. PCU diplomats will discuss with the Columbian government (controlled by rebels at this point) to join PCU and receive a huge economical boost.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:00 pm
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I think the PCU, or Pacific Empire as of late, is heading for bankruptcy and quite a few insurgencies in the near future.

Anyhow, granted the UK is a member of the ADCC, France will back whatever moves that are underway by aforementioned nation. If worse comes to worse, French Expeditionary Task Units are waiting for the call.

Moving along, political flak has been heading towards Western Sahara and Morocco for their alliance with the ADCC. Islamic protest and several federally backed terror cells have been coming from Algeria and has caused several civilian deaths and dozens of injuries. Security forces from France (read MPs) have been sent to the ADCC members to reduce strain on mobilized security forces. Although this will probably increase ethnic tensions, the main goal now is to ensure political boundaries are respected and invasionary means are not set forth by the aggressor.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:13 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Although this will probably increase ethnic tensions, the main goal now is to ensure political boundaries are respected and invasionary means are not set forth by the aggressor.

Good boy.

Anywho, I completely agree about the Pacific Empire... although I actually approve of their invasion of Panama (it's a very Pacific-y place), they are highly overstretched. Something's going to happen to them.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:15 pm
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PCU laughs. We care not about opinions.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:19 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU laughs. We care not about opinions.

You're overstretched.

It's not an opinion.

It's a fact.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:22 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
You're overstretched.

It's not an opinion.

It's a fact.

You're overpowering.

It's not an opinion.

It's a fact.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:23 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU laughs. We care not about opinions.

The IRA laughs too, I mean the last Major Empire to over expand, well lets just say their ruler had a lot of wounds...
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| June 8, 2010, 10:24 pm
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I'm taking territories in realistic amounts of time but have not given a single technical detail about what's really going on but no one is questioning me.

It's not an opinion.

It's a fact.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:24 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Ethnic tensions and extreme partisan warfare the moment your tanks leave the area is also a fact...


Who? Me? That's what the infantry are for.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:28 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
You're overpowering.

It's not an opinion.

It's a fact.

You should be glad I approve of your annexation of Panama and other places.

But seriously, this isn't because I don't like you or I don't want you to expand, this is about realism. You can't go around conquering everything in this amount of time and expect your economy and political unity to hold together.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:30 pm
So Erik, any advice?
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| June 8, 2010, 10:34 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
No, the PE. Hell, you're bloody Rome.

No one's going to argue if someone knocks on their door and says you're now the subject of the reborn Roman bloody Empire...


Truth. We follow Rome's example of auxiliaries and not trying to mess with the local customs. We recruit locally and use those troops to govern that area, and let them keep their governments, which answers to the Emperor. The system works, and we're not expanding too far at all.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:34 pm
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Speaking of aggressive Empires, we Romans are now attacking Italy. Our plan will be posted soon, and so will our means to get there, which we have constructed but not released to the public. Also, we wont't be alone in this venture. The spotlight turns to you, my friend Erik...
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| June 8, 2010, 10:38 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Truth. We follow Rome's example of auxiliaries and not trying to mess with the local customs. We recruit locally and use those troops to govern that area, and let them keep their governments, which answers to the Emperor. The system works, and we're not expanding too far at all.

You could be the next Charlemagne, forget Caesar, he is over-rated.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:42 pm
In response to the tensions rising in the Baltic, Kriegsmarine warships have been gathering in ports around German territory; in Malmö, Göteberg, and Stockholm, Sweden, and in Kiel, Sassnitz, and Danzig, Germany. These ships will prevent any foreign ships from entering the straight of Denmark. Any ships that do so will be fired upon.
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| June 8, 2010, 10:43 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
You could be the next Charlemagne, forget Caesar, he is over-rated.


Charlemagne? Caesar? To Sparta with them, I'm the next Justinian, Augustus, Basil II, Hadrian, and Manual Komnenos combined!
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| June 8, 2010, 10:44 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
Justinian screwed the Empire, don't be him. :P


Justinian was good for the conquering and strong leadership part. Basil and Komnenos were good at defending it. Hadrian too. Now, I need a good economic leader...
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| June 8, 2010, 10:50 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Due to economic stress, social unrest and near military defeat by several central Asian nations, the Persian people have risen up against the government of the Iranian Islamic Regime. Due to all the stress plus the rebellion, the Iranian government has completely collapsed, resulting in tons of temporary splinter-states and city-states.

You can imagine why Will didn't want to keep playing as Iran. I believe it is fair to give anyone in this group a second or maybe even unlimited chances (if they're good enough), especially when the collapse of their nation isn't entirely their fault, is simple misfortune, or results in a good lesson learned. The latter is true of this case.

So, Gober may choose which new nation he wishes to rise up again as. There are many new choices, some very promising. I hope you all welcome the new nation with the same respect you would share with any new member and that you shared with Gober in the past. He's a great part of the 21st Century World, and I'm glad to have him here. Spontaneous, feel free to jump in and help him find a realistic spot and get him started. I would appreciate it if you did, actually, I bet he could use some help.
Until otherwise inclined, the UAC is still providing protection to the Iranian Islamic Regime from invasion, and peace keepers will be temporarilly deployed to keep civil war to the minimum. We do not wish to lose our closest ally.

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| June 8, 2010, 10:56 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
So Erik, any advice?

As a matter of fact, yes.

With the Pacific Empire launching another combat theatre in Panama and the massive expansion over the past few months, Texan civilians have grown disgruntled at the far-sighted government that controls their State. Several dozen rogue factions have united in a pseudo-liberation front, which in turn has caused a not-so-surprising Texan Civil War. The conservative Texans have armed up and are creating large terror cells quite close to the capital area and, of course, in the rural farmlands of the Texan whole. Although they're only using civilian-grade weapons, the sheer volume of angst and glory should prove useful. Several foreign governments await the promising results.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:00 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
As a matter of fact, yes.

With the Pacific Empire launching another combat theatre in Panama and the massive expansion over the past few months, Texan civilians have grown disgruntled at the far-sighted government that controls their State. Several dozen rogue factions have united in a pseudo-liberation front, which in turn has caused a not-so-surprising Texan Civil War. The conservative Texans have armed up and are creating large terror cells quite close to the capital area and, of course, in the rural farmlands of the Texan whole. Although they're only using civilian-grade weapons, the sheer volume of angst and glory should prove useful. Several foreign governments await the promising results.


Huh?

Anyways, you have go ahead in Italy. I'll post the division plans shortly.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:05 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
As a matter of fact, yes.

With the Pacific Empire launching another combat theatre in Panama and the massive expansion over the past few months, Texan civilians have grown disgruntled at the far-sighted government that controls their State. Several dozen rogue factions have united in a pseudo-liberation front, which in turn has caused a not-so-surprising Texan Civil War. The conservative Texans have armed up and are creating large terror cells quite close to the capital area and, of course, in the rural farmlands of the Texan whole. Although they're only using civilian-grade weapons, the sheer volume of angst and glory should prove useful. Several foreign governments await the promising results.

Wow. What a surprise.

I actually told Awe an hour ago that Will would take land in PCU lands.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:06 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
As a matter of fact, yes.

With the Pacific Empire launching another combat theatre in Panama and the massive expansion over the past few months, Texan civilians have grown disgruntled at the far-sighted government that controls their State. Several dozen rogue factions have united in a pseudo-liberation front, which in turn has caused a not-so-surprising Texan Civil War. The conservative Texans have armed up and are creating large terror cells quite close to the capital area and, of course, in the rural farmlands of the Texan whole. Although they're only using civilian-grade weapons, the sheer volume of angst and glory should prove useful. Several foreign governments await the promising results.

I approve this post.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:08 pm
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Will. Why do you pick on me? Cliffe. Why do you pick on me. Will only took land in Texas because he knew I'd be frustrated. Erik, Evan, Cliffe, and Ham will do things if I try to do something, so PCU just sits and frowns upon the other countries unwilling to mind their own business.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:08 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Will. Why do you pick on me? Cliffe. Why do you pick on me. Will only took land in Texas because he knew I'd be frustrated. Erik, Evan, Cliffe, and Ham will do things if I try to do something, so PCU just sits and frowns upon the other countries unwilling to mind their own business.

We're trying to teach you to be more realistic and less blindingly aggressive and expansive.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:10 pm
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Wait, so other people can just start rebellions in your land, just like that, and because they don't like you?

I thought this game was supposed to be less dominated in such a manner...
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| June 8, 2010, 11:10 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
We're trying to teach you to be more realistic and less blindingly aggressive and expansive.

I have to be agressive because I get some other Eurasian nation declaring war on me every week.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:11 pm
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France has also declared an invasion of Italy, more specifically North Italy. Amphibious forces have been gathering in Corsica as armour-supported forces have been hidden near the Franco-Italian border. Marines will be landing near Genoa, Massa, and La Spezia. Armoured Scouting Divisions will be creating a pinch in the towns of Cuneo and Aosta. 15,000 Marines are also on standby to possibly aid in the combat within Rome if required.

The statistics for the Italian invasion are as followed: 135,000 troops and 74,320 Marines; 250 AMBT Mk.IIs; 340 AIFVs; 132 MCAPs; and all accommodating support vehicles. Reinforcements await for the secondary phase of relief.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:11 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
I have to be agressive because I get some other Eurasian nation declaring war on me every week.

You haven't been officially at war with anyone since Iran in South America near the very beginning of the group.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:12 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Wait, so other people can just start rebellions in your land, just like that, and because they don't like you?

I thought this game was supposed to be less dominated in such a manner...

It's not because I don't like Nick, in fact I love the fact that he declared himself an empire. That's why I approve of his invasions now.

However, there have just been too many of them too far away. This is strictly a matter of realism. Something was bound to happen, and Texas was the perfect place for it.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:14 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Wait, so other people can just start rebellions in your land, just like that, and because they don't like you?

I thought this game was supposed to be less dominated in such a manner...

It wasn't my idea. At any rate, it would make sense at this point in time due to stretched resources.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:14 pm
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Well, if any of you tries to starts a rebellion in my lands, I'll be displeased. I'm a RA-CAS-UNS veteran, I know how underhanded things get. I'mma be watching everyone...
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| June 8, 2010, 11:16 pm
This message from the United Texas Liberation Factions is being played through a loop all over the Texas radio grid:
All Texans, gather your arms, unite against the imperialist Yankees! We have them outnumbered. Fight for Texas! Fight for Freedom!
Remember the Alamo!
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| June 8, 2010, 11:17 pm
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The PCU recognizes that Will is rebelling. We also recognize that if we do anything some certain people in South America will do certain things. You can deny it, but you know it be true.
We recognize the risk, but you have to risk it for the biscuit. We have to be razors.

The air campaign will begin tonight at midnight. AC-130s and AH-64 Apaches will be taking off from Oklahoma and will take out communications in the towns along the border.

In the Canal, a fourth of the troops are being readied for a rapid deployment to Erik's and Evan's advances if need be. All bases will be covered. Another fraction is being readied to re-take Texas. The troops will start arriving in 48 hours, and will finish arriving on Sunday.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:20 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Wait, so other people can just start rebellions in your land, just like that, and because they don't like you?

I thought this game was supposed to be less dominated in such a manner...

Hey, hey, hey! I was gonna choose South Africa or Israel, but Cliffe thought Texas was good.

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| June 8, 2010, 11:21 pm
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Quoting Will Gober

Remember the Alamo!


That was the Mexicans, not Yankees! Oh well, I know better than to mess with Texan nationalism (stateism?)

Anyways, our Feroun tank divisions and accompanying Greek and Turkish infantry stationed in Albania will be making the crossing to Italy shortly, and will be making driving through the scenic southern part of the nation, and their way to Napoli. We'll be careful not to mess things up too badly, we like Italy. We're leaving the Albanians and Montenegrins to guard their own countries, with some help from our core territories.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:23 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
We find Nick, that it's not that we want to tick you off, it's just that you've been never endlessly expanding, without bothering to stop, catch your breath for a few weeks, and digest your gains. It's not too big of an issue in the former US, or even Mexico, but the extreme cultural clash of South America, and the historic political unstableness of the region makes your never ending expansion hard to appreciate for it's political stability.

About 15 minutes before the invasion, me and Awe came to an agreement to stop my invasions after Columbia and Panama and stop and earn more money.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:25 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
I'm behind you with an axe.


This is why Emperor Michael makes the whole Imperial government wear armor.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:25 pm
This is Revolution leader Will Gober. I am here to speak with you about recent events. If you have questions or comments please, shoot them off.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:37 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
About 15 minutes before the invasion, me and Awe came to an agreement to stop my invasions after Columbia and Panama and stop and earn more money.

Sounds like an excellent idea. You could very well survive and prosper if this plan falls through. And you know, you do have the advantage against Texas.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:41 pm
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Quoting Will Gober
This is Revolution leader Will Gober. I am here to speak with you about recent events. If you have questions or comments please, shoot them off.

If the PCU promises to stop conquesting for a while after Panama and Columbia, will you leave for Israel or South Africa?
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| June 8, 2010, 11:42 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
If the PCU promises to stop conquesting for a while after Panama and Columbia, will you leave for Israel or South Africa?

Erm? No. I'm not Jewish, or British.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:46 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
I feel that even with the withdrawing from Panama and Columbia, you will still have at least a month or two of rebel stomping and stabilization attempts before the cracks begin to heal.

Ethnic tensions will last years though, especially in force takeovers.

The PCU took seven months to take out Peru. That's longer than we've waited for Precipice 5!
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| June 8, 2010, 11:48 pm
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With the Iranian leader assassinated, and no end in sight to the political chaos, the UAC will now begin a hopefully peaceful annexion of the former territory of the Iranian Islamic Regime. As the UAC is also Islamic, we expect a much smaller number of jihad warriors, but no doubt there will be freedom fighters unwilling to accept defeat. We are prepared to use force if necessary, but as little as possible.
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| June 8, 2010, 11:53 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
If the PCU promises to stop conquesting for a while after Panama and Columbia, will you leave for Israel or South Africa?


What happened to the last PE promise to stop conquesting and imperialising?

Quoting Finn C-Q
Well, I could help out, but it's a good idea to securer the main area


I know; that's why, according to the map, part of your forces are supposed to divert over to the capital of Astana. After that, well, if they don't surrender taking over shouldn't be too difficult.

You know what they say about cutting off the dragons head and the body falling apart.



_____


As a reassurance to anyone who may feel threatened by recent events in the Kazakhstan and Iran regions: the Alenian government is flying dangerously close to the deck, so to speak. After we finish colonializing in Kazakhstan, we'll probably loosen our belt and sit back for a while.
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| June 9, 2010, 12:03 am
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Quoting Evan Melick
Question, for map purposes, because of the ongoing civil war, I'm assuming Pakistan, Turkmenistan, and Afghanistan have all nominally re-set up their governments, and are not part of the (nominally) unified Islamic state still?

I don't know for sure. They haven't had much time to set up government, so I will probably be able to use a little force there and annex them too. I think an Admin will have to decide my exact borders. I'm willing to use force if needed, but I need Cliffe or Dr. Spontaneous or someone to decide.
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| June 9, 2010, 12:14 am
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The PCU is commissioning the Patriot-class Battleship. One is currently planned, the HGS Freedom.
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| June 9, 2010, 1:01 am
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Quoting Evan Melick
Okay dokey. For now, I have modern borders, but that can be edited easily.



Any idea when the map will be done?
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| June 9, 2010, 1:18 am
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Quoting Evan Melick
Frankly, I planned to have it done by the tenth, (tomorrow), but there are currently a large number of military actions going on right now...

So if everyone who's currently invading someone could post around tomorrow sometime, about where the front lines are, I can do it. Worst case scenario, I do some guessing.

I'll get it to ya, sorry for the wait.


http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4685807122/ Roman advance in Italy as of right now.
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| June 9, 2010, 1:10 pm
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The invasion(s) of Italy went well yesterday evening. The amphibious landings were able to disable maritime patrols utilizing seaborne MCAPs armed with ASUW and ASW munitions. Enemy sorties were kept away with SAMs granted the Italian AF recognized the dense ration of anti-air defenses and wouldn't dare risk the downing of a multi-million dollar plane by a thousand-dollar rocket. Once the Marines touch the beaches, little resistance was met seeing as though a sneak maneuver was at hand. The armour coming from mainland France met similar means by using the method of camaraderie. Because Franco-Italian relations have been fair to good, there haven't been tangible patrols running the border regularly. However, guard units did intervene with light and medium equipment; needless to say, it was dealt with quickly by Mk.IIs and MGS units. As it stands now, only 314 casualties were sustained in comparison to the foothold now held along the Italian coast and intermediate border.

In Luxembourg, heavier armour units have been withdrawn with AIFVs taking their place. The national defense forces have expressed to their government that the will to fight is invalid by the sheer odds working against them. Hopefully, negotiations will begin within the week.

Also, I will be making a Statistics thread here shortly. I noticed there was the foundation of one that never got off the ground, but with conflict on the rise, it would be wise to demonstrate a fixed number of units.
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| June 9, 2010, 2:03 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
I don't know for sure. They haven't had much time to set up government, so I will probably be able to use a little force there and annex them too. I think an Admin will have to decide my exact borders. I'm willing to use force if needed, but I need Cliffe or Dr. Spontaneous or someone to decide.

Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, and Stan "The Man" Musial all defeated Iran. They're still independent.
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| June 9, 2010, 2:44 pm
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Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, and Stan "The Man" Musial all defeated Iran. They're still independent.

Alright, since they haven't had much time to set up defenses, I intend to launch a military campain to forcefully re-unite them. If you want to, you may decide my effectiveness. I'll begin the bombing tonight, and tommorow at 0400 I will begin an infantry invasion of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Pakistan. As soon as possible, I'd like to attempt to get ahold of Uzbekistan. I will also begin sending tanks and APCs, but I think it will take a few days to reach the combat zone. If you'de like more precise battle plans, shoot me a FM.
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| June 9, 2010, 2:57 pm
As of today, right now, I unofficially pronounce RA-CAS-UEN dead.

Now all of you are completely free to use all of your good MOCs from that group in this one. That includes everyone, well, except I guess the Roman Empire.

However, I suggest to some of you that you rename your MOCs to fit your nation better. Take Brendan's navy for example if you need one.

That's all for now. Same stuff is happening in Austria, really, battles take kind of a while, you know. The current situation is this:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/34643041@N07/4678902399/
Austrian lines have been crumbling to super-panzers, Luftwaffe and low morale over in the west near southern Germany. Although there's also still that fairish-sized front of resistance to the 2nd Panzer Division near Poysdorf blocking the way to Vienna, an infantry regiment should be arriving shortly to deal with the Austrian panzer grenadiers, and the enemy line is sure to begin to crumble as well, especially after the Luftwaffe is able to concentrate on that area as well.
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| June 9, 2010, 3:24 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
As of today, right now, I unofficially pronounce RA-CAS-UEN dead.

Now all of you are completely free to use all of your good MOCs from that group in this one. That includes everyone, well, except I guess the Roman Empire.

However, I suggest to some of you that you rename your MOCs to fit your nation better. Take Brendan's navy for example if you need one.

That's all for now. Same stuff is happening in Austria, really, battles take kind of a while, you know. The current situation is this:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/34643041@N07/4678902399/
Austrian lines have been crumbling to super-panzers, Luftwaffe and low morale over in the west near southern Germany. Although there's also still that fairish-sized front of resistance to the 2nd Panzer Division near Poysdorf blocking the way to Vienna, an infantry regiment should be arriving shortly to deal with the Austrian panzer grenadiers, and the enemy line is sure to begin to crumble as well, especially after the Luftwaffe is able to concentrate on that area as well.

It's not dead for long. I believe the 3rd world war will come soon.
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| June 9, 2010, 3:27 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
As of today, right now, I unofficially pronounce RA-CAS-UEN dead.

Now all of you are completely free to use all of your good MOCs from that group in this one. That includes everyone, well, except I guess the Roman Empire.

However, I suggest to some of you that you rename your MOCs to fit your nation better. Take Brendan's navy for example if you need one.

That's all for now. Same stuff is happening in Austria, really, battles take kind of a while, you know. The current situation is this:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/34643041@N07/4678902399/
Austrian lines have been crumbling to super-panzers, Luftwaffe and low morale over in the west near southern Germany. Although there's also still that fairish-sized front of resistance to the 2nd Panzer Division near Poysdorf blocking the way to Vienna, an infantry regiment should be arriving shortly to deal with the Austrian panzer grenadiers, and the enemy line is sure to begin to crumble as well, especially after the Luftwaffe is able to concentrate on that area as well.

Could've beaten Nick!
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| June 9, 2010, 3:30 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Alright, since they haven't had much time to set up defenses, I intend to launch a military campain to forcefully re-unite them. If you want to, you may decide my effectiveness. I'll begin the bombing tonight, and tommorow at 0400 I will begin an infantry invasion of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan and Pakistan. As soon as possible, I'd like to attempt to get ahold of Uzbekistan. I will also begin sending tanks and APCs, but I think it will take a few days to reach the combat zone. If you'de like more precise battle plans, shoot me a FM.

It's going to be a long, hard haul if you want to reunite and annex Iran first though, right now it's still in total civil war with ethnic Persians and their allies fighting the country's Arab Muslims.

Plus, we (Prusso-Egypt) might want to aid the Persians... since the beginning of this group and before when I first had the idea of incorporating Mesopotamia into Prusso-Egypt, I thought of including Persia. But I don't know... we already have a bunch of land and it seems for some reason like you kinda deserve it. But those tons of different ethnic groups in Iran and the rest of the stans will cause a lot of problems for your completely Arab-dominated state. Iran and the stans are IN FACT not completely Islamarabistan like so often assumed. All the stans are named so because "stan" means "land of" in Persian. Yes, all the stans actually used to be Persian territory back in the ancient Persian Empire.

...

But I can't take all that land, nor can anyone else (there's no one left), it would just make me look bad as having too much land and power. Plus, Persia, like Assyria, has kind of an unruly personality, and would be a bit too much to handle in addition to everything I have already. So if you still want it, I'll go ahead and let you have it. Just FM me your full strategy and I'll moderate the conflict. Just remember, this is going to be really tough.
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| June 9, 2010, 3:40 pm
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So according to Nick, we cna just go around breaking agreements now, right? So that means the First Fleet can now take Guyana. We had secret negotiations going on, but they were at best going slow. So marines have deployed now. Taken completely by surprise(Attack was coordinated between guard shifts), we made good progress taking in consideration our troop number. Later, the rest of the force landed, along with air support. Estimates are as originally planned.

Still fighting in Iceland.
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| June 9, 2010, 4:06 pm
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