MOCpages : Share your LEGO® creations
LEGO models my own creation MOCpages toys shop 21st Century WorldMilitary
Welcome to the world's greatest LEGO fan community!
Explore cool creations, share your own, and have lots of fun together.  ~  It's all free!
Conversation »
International Conversation Forum XIV
 Group admin 
NEW TOPIC MAH CHILDREN.

-China is being relentlessly attacked by the BEAR-India-PCU tri-force.

-Africa is colonized by outsiders!

-Unrealistic things are subject to be vaporized.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 1:35 am
Why can't Canada have cool shizz like that?
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 1:59 am
 Group admin 
A small fleet consisting of 5 Calahaws and 1 Escort Carrier is heading for Malta, a PCU territory. There, they shall begin attempting to sell off our equipment to the people there, hopefully creating an army that can stand on its own.

Also, the Army of the Pacific has 260 MAH-1s on order and the Marines have 270. Work will begin on those tomorrow. More will be made in surplus to provide for the armies of the FTSA and the Cubans, and possibly our Malta friends.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 2:11 am
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Hey Ian and crew.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R5q8iMgkg9c&feature=related

I like the one with the Crimson tide theme better, but that is a good song though
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 2:23 am
Also, as a victory moc, BEAR and allies should make a celabration moc of taking China, and maybe of storming Tinamen square like the Russians did with the Reichstag, but not in the same fasion
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 2:28 am
Quoting John Moffatt
Why can't Canada have cool shizz like that?
Cause our government canceled the high end fighter jet back in the Cold war, and cause we are not really warlike, plus, we are considered Peace keepers, aperantly, so our army is small. I dunno

Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 2:35 am
In response to Thomas invasion on myanmar, UMN will stationed some of its naval forces and establish a no-fly zone near our oceanic border. We also added more troops near our thai-malay border to keep everything under control in case some unknown troops try to cross the border.(Don't worry Thomas, its just our standart protocol in case of war happening near my teritory)
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 8:03 am
 Group moderator 
Kazakhstan is now considered a merely "hostile" country for Alenian citizens. Resource shipments will commence to both the Heartland and Mongolia as soon as the mines return to operation. The workers don't really have much choice in the matter, as unless everyone gets off the streets and back to work, folks are going to start starving very soon.


In related news: a new model of 7.62x25mm submachinegun manufactured with stamped sheet metal and other inexpensive methods has entered production. The idea is that these things will be produced in quantities sufficient for the expected influx of Kazakstanis wanting to formally become citizens in a few months.

As the law is very clear about citizens carrying weapons everywhere they go, a great quantity of cheap, functional firearms is needed.

In other news, the black market value of firearms across Kazakstan is expected to drop, fast.


We think of it as a sign of mutual trust; the government trusts the citizens enough to have them all armed, with the requirement that the citizens respect this and not abuse that trust.

With the expectation of violent unrest being prevented as much as possible by the law abiding citizens.

With power comes responsibility, after all, and if people won't take responsibility for their actions and the actions of others who they can influence, why, the power will just have to be taken away... And nobody wants that.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 8:23 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Finn C-Q


The triple post, was it really at all necessary? You could have done it all in two posts.

Officer Ham, cleaning up spam.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 11:01 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton
A small fleet consisting of 5 Calahaws and 1 Escort Carrier is heading for Malta, a PCU territory. There, they shall begin attempting to sell off our equipment to the people there, hopefully creating an army that can stand on its own.

I hate to say it bud, but France is already there. This was in response to conquer the area under the British flag while they tied things up in Denmark and S. Africa. The original post was made on July 22.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 12:57 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Quoting Nick Shelton
A small fleet consisting of 5 Calahaws and 1 Escort Carrier is heading for Malta, a PCU territory. There, they shall begin attempting to sell off our equipment to the people there, hopefully creating an army that can stand on its own.

I hate to say it bud, but France is already there. This was in response to conquer the area under the British flag while they tied things up in Denmark and S. Africa. The original post was made on July 22.

Well then it seems the French are on the PCU territory. In the words of Commander Appo, Ima have to ask you to leave.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 2:50 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Since when has it been yours then. I've been staring greedily at it for almost four months now, and would have certainly noticed if you went and grabbed it.

I'm sure I would have also noticed Awe's "gtfo and stay on your own side of the planet" response to you getting such a strong foothold in Europe.

As stated to Awe and Erik via FM/Gmail, Malta was mine since the old group, RA-CAS-UNS. After that group fell into the steamings pits of inactivity, this group's incarnation (much greedier and eviler) inherited all of our lands from the old group, including Malta.

In my defense, I had Malta, and I saw Erik's post about taking it July 22, but I thought it was the island next to his part of Italy. >.>
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 3:22 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
So that's how you got such a big ar$e empire. You just ported it from the other group. Fair game there I see. Anyway.

Nope. On the second day of this group I launched Operation Murus, and conquered a large portion of North/South America and the Pacific Islands. I'm evil.

Also, Cliffe did the same thing.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 4:09 pm
 Group moderator 
As of 1500 EST: Voron has been granted 3 C-130's and 2 An-124's for its operations.



@Tom have you taken Swaziland?
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 4:20 pm
 Group admin 
Response to Ultramarine's comment directed towards me in the previous ICF: Which I can't copy-paste right now because I'm on a Mac.


Out of respect for our Indian neighbors, I will call of all hostilities as of now towards Myanmar. I will now begin a process of diplomatic negotiations, which should give a decent buffer period for India to remove any and all of its forces from the area within Myanmar.

I hope that since no fighting actually began as of yet, we should be given ample time negotiating with Myanmar that we can also reach an agreement with India.

@Ultramarine: look me up on Flickr, my account is under the name Tom Neumo, otherwise you may email me at tomneumo@gmail.com. In this way you and I can reach some sort of agreement that allows there to be no Indian casualties during my process of integrating Myanmar.

However, I've had plans for Thailand and Myanmar for a long time now, since before you were even in this group, and one way or another, Myanmar will become one of my territories.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 5:14 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Hm. Well, I've just scanned through most of the ICF, and I see no where, besides that one post a while back, of you invading or owning or claiming Malta. All the way back to the beginning.

That's not the point. The point is I OWN IT.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 5:15 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Umm.

The point was THERE IS NO POST ANYWHERE FROM YOU CLAIMING IT. EVER.

Ahem.


Ahem.

Ask Awe, it was a PCU territory in the old group, it is here too.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 5:31 pm
 Group admin 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4854888854/

The LT-4 has arrived on the scene, combining awesome turrets and fail bodies!
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 5:36 pm
 Group moderator 
The machinegun greatly assisted in Germany's defense during the Mali-Indian invasion of around 1820. They were brought in after the naval battle around Nazi Hwaii, but sadly not quick enough to repel the invaders at Wehrmacht base or prevent little Dusseldorf from being razed.

In other words, I need to get Civ 4 instead of just playing at my friend's house.

Onto different matters, I think this bickering over Malta is pointless.

Stuff happened in Ivory Coast today, like Apaches being sent in to obliterate enemy positions in Abidjan. They were pretty stupid to fight formally.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 7:07 pm
 Group moderator 
Surprise! Operation: Bident was just a guise for servicemen to play poker in Malta. Yay for BS excuses!

Alright, so the French task unit sent to Malta will begin withdrawing with no harm meant to the Imperial territory. Communication and happenings of previous times were unclear and I was in the dark. My apologies.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 7:15 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Surprise! Operation: Bident was just a guise for servicemen to play poker in Malta. Yay for BS excuses!

Alright, so the French task unit sent to Malta will begin withdrawing with no harm meant to the Imperial territory. Communication and happenings of previous times were unclear and I was in the dark. My apologies.

When one controls large amounts of land, it's hard to keep track of the islands.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 9:28 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton


Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe


Quoting Dr. Spontaneous


Quoting Evan Melick


The IRA would like to request some of your best veterans to train Voron's new force.

Should you chose to accept this invitation your men/women and your country will be reimbursed for their time. This should take 24 days in total.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 10:08 pm
The ARC Santander and the ARC Nario have been dispatched from the blockade to open fire on the beach instalations. While the main ground task forces make their way to Caracas, tightening our chokehold on the city.

The MT-01 "Chiguiro" has been introduced into service and has proved to be more than adept at urba warfare. Many other projects are being taken into consideration, though none have been approved.

Following the inevitable capture of Venezuela, our main targets will be the FARC and the ELN as well as other outlaw groups. Since the agreement with the Pacific Empire (that both nations may freely pass through the other's territory) there will be no problems in hunting them down, once the campaign is fully launched.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 10:31 pm
 Group admin 
@Evan:

I took Malta in the old RA-CAS-UEN group to keep an eye on Europe. So yes, it's an old Awe-era PCU territory. Along with California, Idaho, Oregon, Washtingon, British Columbia, Hawaii, Chukotka, Kamchatka, a bunch of islands, Peru, E. Ecuador, and N. Chile. That's the PCU from the old group, Nick took the evil up a level.

Also, I know Nick's plans with the island, and it does not bring up the issue of Americans in America and Euros in Europe. But I'll wait for him to make that announcement.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 10:36 pm
 Group admin 
Double post time.

Quoting Evan Melick

I'm sure I would have also noticed Awe's "gtfo and stay on your own side of the planet" response to you getting such a strong foothold in Europe.


I've kinda been out of town for the past 7 hours.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 10:41 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
@Evan:

I took Malta in the old RA-CAS-UEN group to keep an eye on Europe. So yes, it's an old Awe-era PCU territory. Along with California, Idaho, Oregon, Washtingon, British Columbia, Hawaii, Chukotka, Kamchatka, a bunch of islands, Peru, E. Ecuador, and N. Chile. That's the PCU from the old group, Nick took the evil up a level.

Also, I know Nick's plans with the island, and it does not bring up the issue of Americans in America and Euros in Europe. But I'll wait for him to make that announcement.

It'll leave everyone either super angry or super happy, or super surprised...
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 11:00 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
I'm evil.

I'M SAVING THIS.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 11:35 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
I'M SAVING THIS.

I've said it since like May dude.
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 11:37 pm
 Group admin 
Nick: Melkor-style, in your face evil.

Awe: Sauron-style, sneaky sneaky you don't see really see it evil.

Erik: Treaty of Versailles-style, you think it's good because history is written by the victors evil.

Cliffe: Dr. Evil-style, "One billion tactical flintlocks!" /pinky to mouth evil.

Evan: British-style evil. 'Nuff said.

BEAR: Stalin-style, Imma oppressin ur people an takin ur resoarces evil.

Will: Villain with good publicity-style, get's away with releasing Smallpox evil.

Tom N: Not really evil.


Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 11:48 pm
Geez, I love being a bad guy. Wait, is there any good guys in the group?
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 11:57 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Erik: Treaty of Versailles-style, you think it's good because history is written by the victors evil.

Cliffe: Dr. Evil-style, "One billion tactical flintlocks!" /pinky to mouth evil.


@First One- I know that from very... PERSONAL.. experiences... >:(

@Second One- I lol'd. Indeed, that would be most awesome. But only if they were breach-loading as well!
Permalink
| August 2, 2010, 11:58 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
@First One- I know that from very... PERSONAL.. experiences... >:(


Yea, I remember that one. That's why I put it in there, because of the truth.


Quoting John Moffatt
Geez, I love being a bad guy. Wait, is there any good guys in the group?


Yea, Shock is trying to preserve freedom in Eastern Europe as it falls under the shadow of autocracy once more (muhahaha!). China is a helpless victim of the evil bears of BEAR. Grand Colombia is bringing stability to their area of the world and left the evil HAT-1's of the Pacific Empire.

There are some good guys.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 12:02 am
 Group admin 
@Cliffe: As it was told, you were warned that you were to be betrayed, and in your own words you said: "No, I don't think so. Erik and Jefferey would never do something like that."

In my words, PWNT.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 12:20 am
 Group moderator 
Backstabbing, FTW.
Thanks to whoever made me a mod.

The war in Romania goes rather well. Romania shares some of the same Eastern Bloc equipment, but Bohemia's recent vehicle/technological advances give her the upper hand. Bohemia's latest vehicle, a UAV (yes, I actually built something), will help greatly in the identification and destruction of enemy targets. The same APS tech. found on Bohemia's LAV-25A4 has been retrofitted to her older armored vehicles, making them much more effective than their Romanian counterparts. Bohemian forces are making decent progress into the Romania countryside and are efectively nuetralizing the enemy. The major problem at the moment is that Bohemia does not have enough aircraft to meet with the demands of close air support. Bohemia would like to call on help from the ADCC to provide additional air support.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 12:44 am
Quoting Nick Shelton
@Cliffe: As it was told, you were warned that you were to be betrayed, and in your own words you said: "No, I don't think so. Erik and Jefferey would never do something like that."

In my words, PWNT.

Yeah, I trusted Jeffery with my life, but I was RIGHT to do that. He actually didn't want to do it, but was forced to...
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 12:48 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Yeah, I trusted Jeffery with my life, but I was RIGHT to do that. He actually didn't want to do it, but was forced to...

Uh-huh . . . I didn't want to do it either, but I was forced to.

Anyhow, France is willing to grant 24 MCAPs (two squadrons) and production rights to Bohemia. We'll also be lending out 36 planes for immediate effect in the assault. We're requesting a 72 hour pass through Prussian air space to transport these planes to the area. Another one will be requested at a later date if accepted.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 1:04 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Uh-huh . . . I didn't want to do it either, but I was forced to.

Anyhow, France is willing to grant 24 MCAPs (two squadrons) and production rights to Bohemia. We'll also be lending out 36 planes for immediate effect in the assault. We're requesting a 72 hour pass through GERMAN air space to transport these planes to the area. Another one will be requested at a later date if accepted.

Request granted. And that was probably all your idea. >:(
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 1:15 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Request granted. And that was probably all your idea. >:(

Mebeh . . .

Anyhow, thank you for your compliance in granting the pass.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 1:17 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Mebeh . . .

Anyhow, thank you for your compliance in granting the pass.

Well, I forgive you, even though I shouldn't. Conquering, in any of its forms, is just what you do.

And you're welcome. Germany isn't a total d-a-bag-a to France anymore :D
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 1:31 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Evan Melick
In response to a request from Bohemia to increase their air capabilities,the government in London has agreed to offer twenty F/A-35 multipurpose fighters to the Bohemian Air Force in return for basing privileges in their territory.
Bohemia gratefully accepts Britain's offer. Basing in pre-established Bohemian military installions should prove adequate.

Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Anyhow, France is willing to grant 24 MCAPs (two squadrons) and production rights to Bohemia. We'll also be lending out 36 planes for immediate effect in the assault.

Bohemia heartfully thanks France for both its offer and its assistance. In return for the 24 MCAPs, Bohemia would like to give 20 MQ-11 Yeoman UAVs to France.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 2:11 am
 Group admin 
http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4855755765/

Short Answer: I need light armor but I don't trust others to provide it for me.

Long Answer: The larger HAT-1s and MT-1s, while sporting immense firepower, lack the abilities to go between most buildings, due to wide body. The LT-4, an improvement on the LT -1,-2,-3 models, is built entirely by Pacific Union factories and sports a dark grey finish. It uses an updated Bushmaster M242 gun, with updated turret controls.

Rate, Review, Comment, whatever. I'll go export these to countries about to be invaded. >.>
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 3:19 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton
I'll go export these to countries about to be invaded. >.>


Getting in on them early, are you?


Hey, Awe: what kind of evil would you say I am?

Probably the super-subtle kind, because the whole B.E.A.R. thing was my idea in the first place, and ended up netting me a free province in China.


Exactly as planned.



(http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/XanatosRoulette)
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 6:11 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Aree't'sa C
Hey, Awe: what kind of evil would you say I am?

Probably the super-subtle kind, because the whole B.E.A.R. thing was my idea in the first place, and ended up netting me a free province in China.

Exactly as planned.


You're sneaky sneaky Sauron evil like me. But while I take the Annatar-Sauron path, you're taking the original Sauron path.

Here's Nick: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/DragonAscendant

Here would be me, if I had but a little more skill in actual chess: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TheChessmaster

And here's Cliffe, while we're at it: http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/AnachronismStew
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 8:52 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Nick Shelton

Long Answer: The larger HAT-1s and MT-1s, while sporting immense firepower, lack the abilities to go between most buildings, due to wide body. The LT-4, an improvement on the LT -1,-2,-3 models, is built entirely by Pacific Union factories and sports a dark grey finish. It uses an updated Bushmaster M242 gun, with updated turret controls.

Rate, Review, Comment, whatever. I'll go export these to countries about to be invaded. >.>


If by other factories, you mean me, then you've got quite the problem on your hand. Most of your armor was built and designed by Awe-era PCU, which means me. >.>

I guess you could also be referring to the fact that the LT-1, -2, and -3 are all pretty much the same tank with different weapons. None of which are that powerful.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 8:54 am
 Group moderator 
Hmmm. I'm evil, in Awe's way, but I don't blatantly say it out loud every day.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 9:14 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.
Hmmm. I'm evil, in Awe's way, but I don't blatantly say it out loud every day.


/facepalm

The point is to let people know you're evil, so they expect it coming. And then... Well, I'm sure you've figured it out, my brethren. Think like me. And a little bit of Erik, that may help.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 9:57 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

/facepalm

The point is to let people know you're evil, so they expect it coming. And then... Well, I'm sure you've figured it out, my brethren. Think like me. And a little bit of Erik, that may help.


So I should just tell Nick I have plans that will render his navy useless if we go to war?

Nick, you didn't hear that.

Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 11:10 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton

Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe

Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

Quoting Evan Melick


The IRA would like to request some of your best veterans to train Voron's new force.

Should you chose to accept this invitation your men/women and your country will be reimbursed for their time. This should take 24 days in total.

Since no one responded I posted it again.
-----

The IRA has made public the rail gun satellites.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 11:31 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Evan Melick
Who is this kid again?

Ham
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 11:39 am
 Group admin 
Quoting John Dawn


Cool story bro.

Quoting Will M.

So I should just tell Nick I have plans that will render his navy useless if we go to war?



Yup.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 11:40 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Quoting Will M.

So I should just tell Nick I have plans that will render his navy useless if we go to war?



Yup.


I dunno. What do you think, Admiral Ackbar?

"It looks perfectly safe!"
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 11:44 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.



I dunno. What do you think, Admiral Ackbar?

"It looks perfectly safe!"


It's totally not a trap.

Ignore the fact I have the guys who made the Trojan horse, the descendants of Emperor Alexios, and Vassilis Paleokostas on my side.

Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 11:47 am
 Group moderator 
France will have to restrain from exporting the service of our hardened men for training purposes. The reason being this critical time of voting in the ADCC and the need for a stiff defense force if bad happenings come to play. If needed, they can be sent in two weeks or so.

Shifting away from that, France thanks Bohemia for its exchange of goods. The "Yeoman" UAVs should serve well in matters of extended-border defense and the like.

Also, grants have been given to the defense industry and co. to work heavily upon the air-capable armour detachments. In other words, light tanks, medium infantry transports, etc. This will be the French goal for the next few months as to become a greater interventionist in times of need and a quick, mobile force in a time of home defense.

On note of the ADCC voting, favor has been won around the Gibraltar area of southern Spain. It seems a good word from the British delegates in the area warmed the minds of those in Spain. Morocco is slowly favoring in the north, but elsewhere is quite stubborn on not losing its sovereignty; same goes for Western Sahara. Talks continue.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 1:27 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
France will have to restrain from exporting the service of our hardened men for training purposes. The reason being this critical time of voting in the ADCC and the need for a stiff defense force if bad happenings come to play. If needed, they can be sent in two weeks or so.
Understood, By then I can further narrow down the 2,000.

Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 2:49 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.

So I should just tell Nick I have plans that will render his navy useless if we go to war?

Nick, you didn't hear that.

Oh em gee.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 5:16 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
Who needs traps or secret weapons.

I have the Royal Navy.

I LOL'D. That was one truly epic statement.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 8:02 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Oh em gee.

I do too :D
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 8:06 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
I do too :D


Kids and their secret plans...

My plan isn't even secret and it beats yours.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 9:00 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Thomas N

Out of respect for our Indian neighbors, I will call of all hostilities as of now towards Myanmar. I will now begin a process of diplomatic negotiations, which should give a decent buffer period for India to remove any and all of its forces from the area within Myanmar.

I hope that since no fighting actually began as of yet, we should be given ample time negotiating with Myanmar that we can also reach an agreement with India.

However, I've had plans for Thailand and Myanmar for a long time now, since before you were even in this group, and one way or another, Myanmar will become one of my territories.

Well, I hope we can work something out too. But I will be engaged in strategic operations for the forseeable future. I don't have any forces inside Burmese territory, just across the border, though.

As for previous designs, 'tis the face of war in our world, seniority gets you nowhere.

I might be open to a joint-operation. I would be interested in the details of your proposal, sir. I know you've outlined them on Flickr, but I'd like others to be privy to them. Thanks.
Permalink
| August 3, 2010, 9:46 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Kids and their secret plans...

My plan isn't even secret and it beats yours.

It's not really a plan, it's just... super-cavitating torpedoes.

MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 1:58 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
It's not really a plan, it's just... super-cavitating torpedoes.

MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!


You're gonna give Nick's sailor's cavities? You evil man.
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 2:07 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

You're gonna give Nick's sailor's cavities? You evil man.

Forsooth
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 9:55 am
Imma be gone for a few days, so my Mongol forces will be running on autopilot unless something really special happens. Then I guess I'll let the rest of BEAR throw them around
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 11:52 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

You're gonna give Nick's sailor's cavities? You evil man.

<.<

http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superkavitierender_Unterwasserlaufk%C3%B6rper
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 12:14 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Ultramarine .
Well, I hope we can work something out too. But I will be engaged in strategic operations for the forseeable future. I don't have any forces inside Burmese territory, just across the border, though.

As for previous designs, 'tis the face of war in our world, seniority gets you nowhere.

I might be open to a joint-operation. I would be interested in the details of your proposal, sir. I know you've outlined them on Flickr, but I'd like others to be privy to them. Thanks.


Quite, quite, good sir. Allow me to lay the details of my proposition out before you.

It works like this: I can see your main worry is having a bortder of mine right butting up against India. I hope my plan plays to that concern as a way of absolving our different viewpoints and reaching a decision that we may both agree on.

We undertake one of two options: either ajoint invasion, in which I attack Myanmar from the east, and you from the west, and we both choose a line in the center of the country as a meeting point.

Another option is: We again choose a center line, and I take the land up until that center line, leaving the remaining area of Myanmar as a buffer zone between us with limited control by you. This option would be best if you would wish not to invade Myanmar at this time, and this area f the country, left by me, could be under your limited control, until that time when you feel you want to absorb it fully as one of your territories.

Both of these options require us to agree on a center line. This could be a river, a longintudinal line, a river, or any agreeable line that bisects the country. We would have to both agree on that line, and maps are usually utilized on that process.

Another thing you mentioned in Flickr, is that you were afraid of this becoming somewhat like the pre-WWII Russo-German pact that, as we know, ended in disaster. One way I see to eliminate this problem, is to set some reprimandations to be enacted if either of us crosses that line.

For me, with Awe, Cliffe, and Shelton as my witnesses, I decide I shall lose my priveliges as an Admin shall I ever, in the future, send forces over the line that we decide shall divide us in Myanmar, without your permission.

I can post a map of Myanmar to flickr and we can start deciding on a line of sparation ASAP.



There's me, the peaceful mediator, once again preventing another war from occurring. No wonder Awe doesn't think I'm evil.
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 4:33 pm
 Group moderator 
France has undergone a deal with Australia for an equipment exchange. France has ordered for a Sydney-class carrier and a squadron (12 aircraft) of AR-13As in turn for Australia, UNO rather, to receive the following: 80 UACs, 100 Mk.II AMBTs, 100 Mk.III AMBTs, and 118 MAATs.

The goal of this is to bolster the Napoleonic Navy with a current generation carrier along with integrating training and familiarity with Down Under technology. Now if Mr. Neumo would be so kind to confirm this ordeal, the French portion of the transaction will be dispatched in segments of five for logistical purposes.
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 10:20 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
France has undergone a deal with Australia for an equipment exchange. France has ordered for a Sydney-class carrier and a squadron (12 aircraft) of AR-13As in turn for Australia, UNO rather, to receive the following: 80 UACs, 100 Mk.II AMBTs, 100 Mk.III AMBTs, and 118 MAATs.

The goal of this is to bolster the Napoleonic Navy with a current generation carrier along with integrating training and familiarity with Down Under technology. Now, if Mr. Neumo would be so kind to confirm this ordeal the French portion of the transaction will be dispatched in segments of five for logistical purposes.

Wonderful, you newly commissioned Carrier shall be sent under the name of O.N.S. Diplomacy, to be changed by you to whatever you shall want it to be named upon arrival. The only reason I name it beforehand is that it is bad luck to sail an unnamed vssel, and I have some maritime blood in me yet.

And I almost forgot, we are also requesting 10 crates of your finest croissants, unless that puts us over the price exchange limt... ;)


@ Awe, because I know you will ask. Yes I still want to go through with our deal for your tanks as well. The way I see it, from you I get a nice, versatile light swift tank, while Sponty fulfills my Big-and-beastly fix.
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 10:29 pm
 Group admin 
@Spontaneous: Aren't the Mk.II and Mk.III tanks built almost exactly the same? You should just make kits to upgrade a Mk. II to a Mk. III.
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 10:33 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Thomas N
And I almost forgot, we are also requesting 10 crates of your finest croissants, unless that puts us over the price exchange limt... ;)

Oh but you doubt French hospitality. All equipment pieces come with a crate of croissants from the finest bakeries of our nation. I'm sure you'll have your fix after this transaction is completed.

Anyhow, I thank for your open-mindedness in accepting this rather large order.
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 10:35 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton
@Spontaneous: Aren't the Mk.II and Mk.III tanks built almost exactly the same? You should just make kits to upgrade a Mk. II to a Mk. III.

The "mark" designation indicates it's of the same chassis, design, and/or function. So, they are upgrades, so to speak. If they were entirely different, I would have chosen an alternate name. The designation just proves to be of the same production system with slight alterations in design.
Permalink
| August 4, 2010, 10:36 pm
 Group admin 
"You dare bring powerful leadership to China? YOU MUST DIE!" -BEAR, India, and the PCU to Cole.

Alright, in short, the final push is on. Siberia, Mongolia, and the PCU attack from all side in the north. India is coming up from the south, one arm into Tibet, the other to South China, as the Finn-ers go straight for Beijing. Alenia sits and chills proper in their zone. The imperialistic powers have gained total air supremacy, and Chinese forces are in full retreat to the mountains of central China. Cole's gone inactive again, I'm just having his guys do what I'd do. Good luck of rooting them out, invaders.

So, all you guys really need to do now is mop up the resistance, your armies are plowing into China with ease. This should take like a year in real life, but we just don't have that time.

Russians: Imma' need your plans for Japan. You're still at war, right?

Also, better get to work dividing up territory.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 2:40 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Thomas N

It works like this: I can see your main worry is having a bortder of mine right butting up against India. I hope my plan plays to that concern as a way of absolving our different viewpoints and reaching a decision that we may both agree on.

We undertake one of two options: either ajoint invasion, in which I attack Myanmar from the east, and you from the west, and we both choose a line in the center of the country as a meeting point.

Another option is: We again choose a center line, and I take the land up until that center line, leaving the remaining area of Myanmar as a buffer zone between us with limited control by you. This option would be best if you would wish not to invade Myanmar at this time, and this area f the country, left by me, could be under your limited control, until that time when you feel you want to absorb it fully as one of your territories.

Both of these options require us to agree on a center line. This could be a river, a longintudinal line, a river, or any agreeable line that bisects the country. We would have to both agree on that line, and maps are usually utilized on that process.

Another thing you mentioned in Flickr, is that you were afraid of this becoming somewhat like the pre-WWII Russo-German pact that, as we know, ended in disaster. One way I see to eliminate this problem, is to set some reprimandations to be enacted if either of us crosses that line.

For me, with Awe, Cliffe, and Shelton as my witnesses, I decide I shall lose my priveliges as an Admin shall I ever, in the future, send forces over the line that we decide shall divide us in Myanmar, without your permission.

I can post a map of Myanmar to flickr and we can start deciding on a line of sparation ASAP.

Well, thank you sir. I can see that you are indeed honorable. Yes, that was my main concern, you diagnosed it correctly.

Ok, as I see it, since I only need a buffer zone then I could take only a small section and leave you the rest. Since you have put such a harsh penalty upon yourself, I can see my contingencies are unnecessary at this point.

My proposed natural boundary is the Salween River which runs N-S into the Indian Ocean through the Gulf of Martaban. Is this boundary acceptable? It would leave you the outstanding majority whilst accomplishing our purposes.

I've never been a fan of being the bad guy, but it seems I joined up with a couple. I'm trying to work on my PR with this.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 10:24 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Can y'all maybe like.

Leave Cole some of China? Please?

Iirc Brendan bowed out of all conflict.

NO. IT BURNS. HE MUST DIE. >.>

Ganon knows best.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 12:23 pm
 Group moderator 
'Bout time for another war update.

All open resistance in the Arab countries (the ones formerly controlled by Will Gober) has been decisively eliminated. The casualties on both sides are high, but our mission is being accomplished. Old helicopters and airplanes (MiG-17s and 21s, MiL-24s, etc) will be sent to aid in rooting out geurillas. The more eyes we have in the sky, the greater our chance of success.

As mentioned before, I've been extremely busy with work, trying to start up a band, girls, random hobbies, etc, so I'm not on here regulariy, and would appreciate it if someone would send me a FM if anything important happens that could affect my country.

Thank ye all. *salutes*
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 1:04 pm
 Group admin 
Yea, Iran has a history of being oppressed by people. Emperors, Arabs, Mongols, Turks (they failed), Imperialists, you name it. Don't call them Arabs, they will mess you up. The way they see it, them Persians are civilized city folk, the Arabs are just shepherds in the desert.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 1:57 pm
 Group moderator 
With the apparent success of the first solar satellite array and the completion of the receiving station in France, a second array will be launched five days from now. This set will share the same station and should provide a nice supplement of energy. Also, a larger solar farm will be built in Basque Country along with another in North Italy. The goal of this is to provide domestic energy sources as well as contracting local businesses to bring them to standard with the new economy. Hopefully, all of these programs will prove to become a betterment.

Aside from that, North Italian citizenship forms have begun issue. The area seems to have stabilized and migration is now at a minimal rate. Tax cuts on produce, clean energy reforms, and near-site infrastructure have been put into place. The French government has also promised more cuts with the purchase of war bonds. Several Swiss private defense ventures have also been hired to become the lucrative border security in the bisect of Italy.

On note of ADCC voting, nearly all of resistant Spain has been won over. We've pressed the fact that a new, federal system of that similar to the hopes of the EU would be of the best interests with larger coalitions just some stone's throw away. Morocco is split on the matter. The conservatives would like to remain in the ADCC, but kept separate; whereas the liberals would like overall integration. Western Sahara is taking close with liberal advancement, but remains to be a similar case to Morocco. Fingers are crossed and hopes are high.

Anyway, an intelligence training operation has undergone within all branches of service. Instead of relying on somewhat quarantined divisions, real-time strategy will now become available on the platoon level. This will keep everyone updated during wartime and lax the need to constantly feed and direct intel. All of this will be accomplished by single-feed drones and communication devices; not to be confused with live networking.

Another training exercise focused on air defense is also underway while infantry serve as a gendarmerie. Mobile SAMs are being pressed to the limit to see how they would fair in a 12-hour mobilization effort. It seems the SAMs, along with MANPADS, are able to set up witty little domes with a web-like intertwine in fire control. This exercise will continue until the end of next week and will integrate the Napoleonic Air Force beginning tomorrow.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 2:06 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick


Map update plzcanhaz?
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 2:07 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Invite Andrew to the group so I can add him to map and you can haz le update. :o


I did, about 20 minutes ago. He asked me over Flickr mail this morning because Cliffe approved him but didn't invite him...
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 2:40 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Invite Andrew to the group so I can add him to map and you can haz le update. :o


Where's mah update, boi? You said you'd do it several days ago, and you have your sacrifice (I like mine better).
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 3:05 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
That seems to happen a lot. :P

Aight map will be up momentarily.


Yuss.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 3:09 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
That seems to happen a lot. :P

Aight map is up.

How come we can add your land gains but not a war update hmm?
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 3:22 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Nick Shelton
How come we can add your land gains but not a war update hmm?

If you're talking about South Africa, then yes, he has had war updates.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 4:35 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Ultramarine .
Quoting Thomas N


My proposed natural boundary is the Salween River which runs N-S into the Indian Ocean through the Gulf of Martaban. Is this boundary acceptable? It would leave you the outstanding majority whilst accomplishing our purposes.

I've never been a fan of being the bad guy, but it seems I joined up with a couple. I'm trying to work on my PR with this.




After judging geographical maps of the Myanmar area, I have noticed that the Slween River runs quite close to the Thai border, which doesn't leave me with much of the area of Burma.

I was thinking of a bondary more central to the Country, such as the Irrawady River, Which I belioeve would more effectivley divide the land between us.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 4:57 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Thomas N
If you're talking about South Africa, then yes, he has had war updates.


No one cares about South Africa more than they care about Bulgaria, which is not at all. However, we're all watching the China situation...
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 5:42 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Thomas N
After judging geographical maps of the Myanmar area, I have noticed that the Slween River runs quite close to the Thai border, which doesn't leave me with much of the area of Burma.

I was thinking of a bondary more central to the Country, such as the Irrawady River, Which I belioeve would more effectivley divide the land between us.

Alas, you are quite correct, I was looking at a horribly pixel-ated map on Google where it was hard to tell mountains from rivers. I was not trying to bulldog you or anything by demanding the impossible.

Ok, I'll take that boundary, sounds good. How about I occupy the NW sector until the Irrawaddy intersects with the Chindwin River and then proceed at a roughly 220 degree line (angling to the SW) straight until the Bay of Bengal? That gives me a sizable sector and allows you even more territory than the Irrawaddy itself.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 6:29 pm
The countries of Swaziland, Namibia, and Angola have decided to form the African Military Alliance (AMA) to protect the interests of Africa.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 6:33 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
You do know that you have no border with Swaziland, it's completely surrounded by Tom and I...so you're not going to be able to govern it very well.
I'm bordered by the most peaceful person here, and you, should I be worried?

Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 7:10 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Henry Leopold III
I'm bordered by the most peaceful person here, and you, should I be worried?


It's Nick you should worry about.
Africa is the only part of the world that he doesn't have a foothold in yet.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 7:27 pm
Quoting Aree't'sa C

It's Nick you should worry about.
Africa is the only part of the world that he doesn't have a foothold in yet.

Malta is close enough.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 7:31 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Henry Leopold III
Malta is close enough.


He'd have to fly over two unfriendly or one neutral nation first (Egypt, Canadian Libya and Tunisia, and Algeria).

So no, Malta isn't really close to it at all.

Quoting Henry Leopold III
I'm bordered by the most peaceful person here, and you, should I be worried?


Tom? Peaceful? Maybe, he isn't evil after all. And you should be worried about Evan, he's an imperialist just like me, Nick, Erik, Cliffe, BEAR, and everyone else. Even Tom.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 7:51 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Henry Leopold III
Malta is close enough.

Creep with me, as I roll into town, looking at the minerals that have yet to be found. >:)
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 8:01 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Nick Shelton
Creep with me, as I roll into town, looking at the minerals that have yet to be found. >:)


Stop stealin mah lyrics, bro!
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 8:06 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Ultramarine .
Alas, you are quite correct, I was looking at a horribly pixel-ated map on Google where it was hard to tell mountains from rivers. I was not trying to bulldog you or anything by demanding the impossible.

Ok, I'll take that boundary, sounds good. How about I occupy the NW sector until the Irrawaddy intersects with the Chindwin River and then proceed at a roughly 220 degree line (angling to the SW) straight until the Bay of Bengal? That gives me a sizable sector and allows you even more territory than the Irrawaddy itself.

That sounds good. I'm happy that we were able to come to an agreement so easily, I hope that, for our sake and the sake of Myanmarian citizens, that overly-heavy border security won't be necessary. I do hope that in the future, we shall be able to have peaceful trade, as partners in dominanc in the Indian Ocean area, we should be friends, rather than enemies.


Geez Louise, I really am the most peaceful one here aren't I. No wonder I'm not evil.

Regardless, I am still an imperialist, and an update in Thailand is necessary.

Okay, well, Over the last week, the army has slowly and carefully made its way up the Malay Peninsula. We are excecuting our plan of air dominance well, with much of the Thai air force eliminated, and losses sustained to only a few of our own aircraft. Our most costly mission so far has been eliminating the lone Thai aircraft carrier. Two squadrons of AR-13as were called in for the job, and seven planes of ours were destroyed before the last of the carriers planes were brought down, then the Submarine Calamity brought an end to the carrier with two Ship-to-ship missiles.

The operations for taking our portion of Myanmar will wait for a few days until India and I have really established our border and made things all official.


Also, with the Oceanian Army involved in Indochina, the marines were bored. So we found something for them to do. A naval carrier group along with several divisions of Marines are being sent to Somalia.

Relations with Somalia boiled over last week when an Oceanian Cargo vessel bound for Egypt was captured by a band of Somali pirates. When a patrol boat was dispatched from Madagascar to apprehand the band, the Somali Pirates bombed the ship, and the crew of the PT boat was charged with the awful task of plucking three survivors and five dead bodies out of the water. The other twn crewmen have not been found.

When the Somali government was contacted, we were told they had nothing to do with the pirates, and there was nothing they could do. Angered, we continued talks with them, which grew increasingly ugly. Finally, just today, we decided to send marines and the Navy to eliminate both the pirates, and the incompetent government.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 8:17 pm
The AMA has begun peace talks with the countries of Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. We are trying to convince them that a unified Africa is better in a world where war is all too common.

The AMA would also like to request an Alliance with the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 9:08 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Thomas N
That sounds good. I'm happy that we were able to come to an agreement so easily, I hope that, for our sake and the sake of Myanmarian citizens, that overly-heavy border security won't be necessary. I do hope that in the future, we shall be able to have peaceful trade, as partners in dominanc in the Indian Ocean area, we should be friends, rather than enemies.


The operations for taking our portion of Myanmar will wait for a few days until India and I have really established our border and made things all official.

I'm glad as well. I think as long as you hold up your end, my patrols will be light.

Let me know as soon as you are ready to begin, I've got a few more troops than I need hovering over the border.

Trade sounds great. Need any planes?...


Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 9:26 pm
In a cooperation with glorious Australia (:D) in the creation of an African super-railroad network (and transport on the glorious Nile), Prusso-Egypt has begun negotiations with Ethiopia and Eritrea in over joining the Imperial Federation. So far, talks with Ethiopia have gone overwhelmingly well. In fact, full annexation is likely to occur sharp tomorrow morning. Eritrea is going quite similarly, seeing as there... um... really isn't anything to Eritrea itself, it's really just a piece of land in the middle of East Africa. Lol. They have nothing to loose.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 10:01 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
In a cooperation with glorious Australia (:D) in the creation of a glorious African super-railroad network (and transport on the glorious Nile), glorious Prusso-Egypt has begun negotiations with glorious Ethiopia and glorious Eritrea in over joining the glorious Imperial Federation. So far, talks with glorious Ethiopia have gone overwhelmingly well. In fact, full glorious annexation is likely to occur sharp tomorrow morning. Glorious Eritrea is going quite similarly, seeing as there... um... really isn't anything to glorious Eritrea itself, it's really just a piece of land in the glorious middle of glorious East Africa. Lol. They have nothing to loose.


Fix'd.

Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe

Lol. They have nothing to loose.



Let me direct you to a little thing that happened for over 30 years and led to way over 100,000 deaths: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eritrean_War_of_Independence

I don't think you're just going to roll over like you say. Nationalism is alive and well in Africa, and it might not show itself immediately, but it'll be back a few years into your stay.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 10:12 pm
 Group admin 
Vietnam and Laos have joined the PCU peacefully, with a few light riots occurring in Hanoi. Cambodia is being heavily pressured into joining as well, but there is a large question to whether Cambodia can be supported by the Pacific Union or not. Only time will tell.

In Malta, shipments of weapons and tanks have arrived, making the Maltan Army one of best equipped in the world. The infantry is being trained by PCU Special Operators, and the Tank Corps is being beefed up by the aging HAT-2s and MT-2s. Naval ships have been given to the Maltan Navy as well, including but not limited to three Patriot class cruisers, eight Calahaws, and one escort carrier. Their Air Force is being supplied with MAF-1s to defend itself from the air and sea as well. The PCU has yet to release what they are doing over there, but reports are coming out of Portland saying that the Roman Empire has received dozens of files containing the plans for Malta. Only time will tell on this, as well.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 10:28 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Nick Shelton
Vietnam and Laos have joined the PCU peacefully, with a few light riots occurring in Hanoi. Cambodia is being heavily pressured into joining as well, but there is a large question to whether Cambodia can be supported by the Pacific Union or not. Only time will tell.


/facepalm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vietnam_war

Quoting Nick Shelton
. The PCU has yet to release what they are doing over there, but reports are coming out of Portland saying that the Roman Empire has received dozens of files containing the plans for Malta. Only time will tell on this, as well.


>.>

<.<

Mebbe.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 10:33 pm
 Group admin 
Yet, France can annex fiercely independent Morocco with not a word from you.

Or Cliffe annexes Eritrea when it fought for independence! Nobody in their right mind would surrender something they worked so hard for!




Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 10:47 pm
 Group admin 
You know, I love it how people get uppity when Nick does something like this.

Because I annexed Serbia, and we all know what happens when Serbs and other ethnicities combine. See the 90s.

Erik is annexing Western Sahara and Morocco. Both of which wanted independence, one from France, and the other from Spain. Erik has both France and Spain. That, and W. Sahara is even now fighting for independence against Morocco.

And then Cliffe, annexing countries that also fought for independence, one from the Italians, and one from Ethiopia, the latter of which lasted for 30 years.

Well, I guess Nick outweighs them all by taking the New World by force in a month.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 10:48 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton
Vietnam and Laos have joined the PCU peacefully, with a few light riots occurring in Hanoi. Cambodia is being heavily pressured into joining as well, but there is a large question to whether Cambodia can be supported by the Pacific Union or not. Only time will tell.

In Malta, shipments of weapons and tanks have arrived, making the Maltan Army one of best equipped in the world. The infantry is being trained by PCU Special Operators, and the Tank Corps is being beefed up by the aging HAT-2s and MT-2s. Naval ships have been given to the Maltan Navy as well, including but not limited to three Patriot class cruisers, eight Calahaws, and one escort carrier. Their Air Force is being supplied with MAF-1s to defend itself from the air and sea as well. The PCU has yet to release what they are doing over there, but reports are coming out of Portland saying that the Roman Empire has received dozens of files containing the plans for Malta. Only time will tell on this, as well.


A facepalm the strength of the Incredible Hulk. No, 10 times that. Good thing I learned a thing or two over at the Civ 5 forums. Vietnam repelled a full scale invasion by China thrice in the past. They have fought off a world power using peasant fighters. The same leader of the latter threw the French out to gain independance. I vaguely remember handing the Khmer Empire's ash to them(50 pages and counting over 3 weeks is alot). Oh, and also, their original independance was from China.

In a nutshell, Vietnam is one tough cookie that wouldn't submit to any large Empire, especially not an American one.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 10:48 pm
THERE IS NO WAY IN #311 Vietnam OR Laos would surrender peacefully. But I promised I wouldn't fight you directly... I'll just see if anyone else feels like doing anything about it.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:04 pm
Yeah, that's final, it officially never happened.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:07 pm
With Caracas now in Colombian control, it is safe to say Venezuela is now part of Great Colombia, several plants to make use of the abundant oil resources have been installed. Construction of a military base in San Andres has already begun, efforts are being made into strengthening the ARC (Armada de la Republica de Colombia).

In the purging of the FARC, the loss of Venezuela's support was a heavy blow to them. Some have tried to flee to PCU territory, not aware of GC's treaty with the PCU. So in short we are nearly rid of these pests, only a couple more of these groups remain.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:08 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Erik is annexing Western Sahara and Morocco. Both of which wanted independence, one from France, and the other from Spain. Erik has both France and Spain. That, and W. Sahara is even now fighting for independence against Morocco.

Again, the fact of the matter is that I'm not ignoring the essential ethnic clashes. Re-read what I write and I haven't said that either country is giddy and full of sheer happiness. And again I'll stress that although both nations are conservative in values, but they aren't ignorant nor blind to the changing world. Morocco is an economic partner with Europe and has experienced large numbers migrating between the two continents. So, let's forward this to this timeline and we'll see more federalization between North Africa and Europe for the ease of tension. Europe constantly plants "the seed of healing" by increasing efforts between the regions. And trust me, I know I'm going to need massive organization efforts and only time will heal this matter. Now this isn't a proper excuse nor do I see it being effective seeing as though Nick wants to use this as a repetitive "Well . . . He did it too!" rerun, but I do see it having more sense than a severe anti-West power surrendering to the will of a capitalist, or imperialist rather, cochon.

Oh, and this isn't aimed at you Awe. You're just the most recent comment-maker with Morocco in it.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:14 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous


Oh, I've been reading. I'm aware of all that, but I still see it extremely unlikely. W. Sahara isn't on the same terms with the West as Morocco either. They're more on the Afghanistan side of the Islamic World development list I just made up out of nowhere.

Now, I'm more concerned that Cliffe just glossed over all my arguments (maybe he's responding to them as I type, I don't know), and said Nick's stuff never happened (which is perfectly reasonable, given Vietnam's past).
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:20 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
Yeah, that's final, it officially never happened.

Orly? My talks took way longer than your talks buddy. So, I officially, say that you're full of s%*@.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:22 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Oh, I've been reading. I'm aware of all that, but I still see it extremely unlikely. W. Sahara isn't on the same terms with the West as Morocco either. They're more on the Afghanistan side of the Islamic World development list I just made up out of nowhere.

For sure. However, radicalism and gross underestimation along with all the other fairs of petty idealism were in youth during our period. Again, fast-forward and you'd be looking at a federal EU that is pressing for an effective, singular defense mechanism against anti-West statements with proper communication within their own system. Still no assurances in the matter, but I'd rest well knowing they [W. Sahara] would probably want an inflated economic alliance with the benefits of an organized defense system while keeping its own voice in an oligarchical system. The latter being what the true annexation of the ADCC means rather than what I fear most are confusing as a single country being a territory-gobbler.

Anyhow, I don't mean to dabble in debate with you, Awe; just throwing the points out there for the rest.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:30 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

For sure. However, radicalism and gross underestimation along with all the other fairs of petty idealism were in youth during our period. Again, fast-forward and you'd be looking at a federal EU that is pressing for an effective, singular defense mechanism against anti-West statements with proper communication within their own system. Still no assurances in the matter, but I'd rest well knowing they [W. Sahara] would probably want an inflated economic alliance with the benefits of an organized defense system while keeping its own voice in an oligarchical system. The latter being what the true annexation of the ADCC means rather than what I fear most are confusing as a single country being a territory-gobbler.


Well, I still don't like it. I guess we'll just have to deal with it. At least you're acknowledging the great differences, instead of just handwaving.
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:42 pm
New Country Forms
Name: Central African Union
Area: Former Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Rwanda
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:54 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting -> avalella
New Country Forms
Name: Central African Union
Area: Former Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Rwanda
Hi, I'm Andrew. You may know me as avalella. I plan to play relatively safely without too much in the way of wars. Thanks for letting me in!

My only contact with you was a flamewar, so we shall try to mend that mkay?
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:57 pm
Quoting -> avalella I plan to play relatively safely without too much in the way of wars. Thanks for letting me in!

Wow. You must be smart in order to decide to play that way, because with things the way they are now, that's the best way to play! And it's my joyful pleasure to have you here. I LOVE NEW MEMBERS. :D
Permalink
| August 5, 2010, 11:59 pm
I am now officially cracking down on realism in this group. Everyone, here comes a hailstorm. HEH HEH HEH HEH HEH... Hey Awesome, after this, you're going to have to change my evil type. Maybe.

@Areetsa: According to the rule from the other group that I use in this group, if you don't build it with LEGOs, it doesn't exist. That means currently, the Tunguska doesn't exist. Get to work, buddy.

@Tom: Why is a democratic republic like Australia taking over everything like an empire? It would be kind of nice to change the official name a bit. Just a suggestion.

@Jack Ford: Nevermind, good job!!! You took heavy losses, realistically, against Iran. Although it probably should have taken longer, I think we ought to change the way time goes by in this group.

@Weagle: Um... I was going to tell you to pull out of North Africa, but it looks like you already did. Thanks!

@Evan: It would be kinda awesome if you would change the names of your ships to more British sounding ones. Like how Brendan made his ships Japanese. Also just a suggestion.

@Spontaneous: Spain and Morroco and such may join you know, but once the chaos in the world has subsided, they'll be wanting to be independent again. Although the chaos in THIS world may never subside... largely because of... HIM...

@Will M.: DO A BARREL ROLL!!!

@B.E.A.R. and India: I'm sorry, I'mma have to stop you at the inner Chinese mountains. Seeing how Cole is totally new PLUS the fact that no one has ever had China in either group, I don't want China completely destroyed. Ye have what ye came for, now leave please. And John, please do annex inner Mongolia, which was once part of China- it will make my friend here at home very, very happy!

@India: DON'T MESS WITH PAKISTAN.

@Sour Cream: Please, conquer your homeland Indonesia before... HE... gets it...

@Bohemia: Why are you invading Romania, exactly? Maybe you should call yourself the Bohemian Empire. I think it was an empire during most of it's time, actually. It sounds much more awesome, too.

@Me: WHAT'S YOUR BLOODY EXCUSE??? THAT'S RIGHT, YOU HAVE NONE!!! GTFO!!!!! /slaps self

@Awesome: Thanks for letting me know about Eritrea. Although with Egypt and Ethiopia working together, I'm sure we'll handle them, one way or another. PLUS, Prusso-Egypt is more like a confederation than a federation, I hear... you get a heII of a lot of independence.

@YOU: Yeah, you know who you are. Please just stop invading countries the way you do before everyone dogpiles you like ol' Dave Smith. Don't be like him. And now, because of all the OTHER unrealistic things attributed to you, you've got a whole hurricane of trouble heading right toward you... heh heh heh heh heh heh heh...

As founder of the group, I know assume the ability to announce events in the world, such as natural disasters, the weather, and the actions of the general populace of nations. However, a majority of the other admins must agree with me on these things, and the weahter will be real world weather.

Nicky boi, you're about to have a WHOLE lotta fun! AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!


Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:02 am
 Group admin 
I lol'd. Our Pacifican friend is the one who must not be named now, I guess. So, HEY NICK, YOU'VE ASCENDED TO ANOTHER LEVEL OF VILLAINY.

As for me? I'm going to delight in category 5 hurricane-causing. And I'm going to be biased and send them all away from me. Wait, the Mediterranean can't get hurricanes as far as we know...

>.>

I'll just say things are going well in Bulgaria, Sofia fell too quickly, which makes us think something sneaky is up with the Bulgarians. I blame Nick.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:10 am
Quoting Nick Shelton
My only contact with you was a flamewar, so we shall try to mend that mkay?

Yeah for sure.
Onto my countries afairs.

One of my first matters of business will be to begin a large scale hydro-electric program on our river network. Also working on improving infrastructure with military labor.

Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:12 am
 Group admin 
@Cliffe: HE? YOU? Am I a God? Or am I so unbelievably awesome that you can't say my name aloud?
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:13 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Awe, you get your magical ethnic happy Balkans, give Erik Western Sahara. :P


I can give up ethnic happy. That's when I engage Operation: American Conservative, and I start deporting whole ethnicities on charges of illegal immigration. After all, the Slavs did only arrive in the 500s or so.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:16 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
...WHAT...have I told you about holding grudges...


...You told me to let it go. But...

YOU'RE NOT MY MOMMY.

/grudges
/Takes back what Venice stole
/Contingency plan to kick out the infighting Slavic ethnic groups if they get uppity

Cliffe, you like culture, right? If things get bad in the Balkans, would you be willing to save people from Texas-style murder? I do have a smallpox strain sample now...

Nah, I wouldn't actually commit genocide. I'd just send them to empty areas far away from each other so they couldn't fight. Like underground factory cities.


Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:22 am
 Group moderator 
Can someone start another thread in the other group, the last one was locked. :(
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:26 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting John Dawn
Can someone start another thread in the other group, the last one was locked. :(

The group has been closed. Inactivity and nit-picky maintenance don't translate well.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:27 am
In the Pacific Empire today, massive revolts have occurred all over the Empire. In South America, it appears that due to the sheer h@tred felt towards the totalitarian government, Chile, Argentina and Brazil all coordinated their revolts to begin at precisely the same time. Guerrilla freedom fighters have poured into the streets, causing general havoc, and taking control of many institutions. They plan on soon assaulting the main seats of government near them.

In British Columbia, a large militia of hunters, gun-lovers and other tougher-type citizens has been organized to take on the government and is requesting help from the glorious(oh, excuse me, can't help saying that) Federation of Osea. Also, many organizations have been formed from the left-leaning citizens of the area to peacefully protest against the totalitarian government.

In the pacific, peaceful protests and many riots are underway in the Philippines. Many members of the former government there appear to have been kidnapped, killed, or disappeared.

However, in the continental U.S.A., only mild-ish riots occur, although fairly widespread. Interesting.

I wait for the approval of the other admins. Besides Nick, of course. He isn't included by default.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:28 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The group has been closed. Inactivity and nit-picky maintenance don't translate well.

What? I was getting ready to cause a World War!
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:28 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Hey Awe...

I'll take them. :)

South Africa has room for more people.


It is agreed then. Only trouble makers will be kicked out. People who get smart like the Turks and Greeks and stop fighting get to stay. No room for the weak minded in this regime!
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:29 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting John Dawn
What? I was getting ready to cause a World War!

Jeffery decided to close it and he had my blessing. The world powers will just slit each others throats and call it a day.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:29 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Jeffery decided to close it and he had my blessing. The world powers will just slit each others throats and call it a day.

Oh well then, Well I guess I have a better chance here.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:31 am
Quoting Evan Melick
Oh, and senor Cliffe-homie.

The RN, although not so much anymore, throughout most of the Empire, named many many ships after Greek mythology, among others. My destroyer's naming conventions are anything mythological, Greek, Norse, etc. Any cruisers I've purchased from Tom are named after anything British.

Carriers...you'll see.

I'm forgoing the Type system. It confuses me.

Alright, thanks, I didn't know... wait... actually, I think I remember that... /facedesk I KNEW IT ALL ALONG, DANG IT!!!
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:35 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe

In British Columbia, a large militia of hunters, gun-lovers and other tougher-type citizens has been organized to take on the government and is requesting help from the glorious(oh, excuse me, can't help saying that) Federation of Osea. Also, many organizations have been formed from the left-leaning citizens of the area to peacefully protest against the totalitarian government.
...
I wait for the approval of the other admins. Besides Nick, of course. He isn't included by default.


PROTEST: In my PCU, British Columbia joined willingly (my first additional territory) and is one of the core parts of the Union. I can understand South America and the Phillipenes, but not that. Surely, the cores of empires are safe from revolution? Otherwise, I see some reasonable problems in your Mesopotamia.

And since Nick's opinion doesn't count, mine probably doesn't count either, as we all know who I side with. It doesn't need to be said that I vote against this, but I'll say it anyway. You do favor Tom over me, as we've seen.

/self-woe rant here
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:35 am
 Group admin 
I would just like to say one thing.

Cliffe, this is the second time you have caused something to happen in my country. Have I ever smallpox'd an airport? NO. Have I ever teamed up to destroy another member via backstabbing? NO. Have I ever, ever, destroyed an entire Navy out of sheer hatred? Oh wait, yes, I have done that. The point is, you're picking o the wrong guy.

If you can instigate revolts in my country, prepare, for fire on fire warfare.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:35 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

...You told me to let it go. But...

YOU'RE NOT MY MOMMY.

/grudges
/Takes back what Venice stole
/Contingency plan to kick out the infighting Slavic ethnic groups if they get uppity

Cliffe, you like culture, right? If things get bad in the Balkans, would you be willing to save people from Texas-style murder? I do have a smallpox strain sample now...

Nah, I wouldn't actually commit genocide. I'd just send them to empty areas far away from each other so they couldn't fight. Like underground factory cities.


I have no clue what random Balkan culture is like, and I love Roman culture : )
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:38 am
 Group moderator 
2,000 Russian spec ops soldiers will be dropped behind enemy lines in China, receiving limited tactical support, they have one order, and that is come home alive. All have undergone this mission willingly. The ones who return will be trained by the French soldiers to further increase their military training, and knowledge.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:55 am
Quoting Nick Shelton
I would just like to say one thing.

Cliffe, this is the second time you have caused something to happen in my country. Have I ever smallpox'd an airport? NO. Have I ever teamed up to destroy another member via backstabbing? NO. Have I ever, ever, destroyed an entire Navy out of sheer hatred? Oh wait, yes, I have done that. The point is, you're picking o the wrong guy.

If you can instigate revolts in my country, prepare, for fire on fire warfare.

This isn't out of a grudge, I just tried to make it seem that way to get this reaction out of you >:)

This is sheerly out of a realism crackdown. I'm actually looking forward to how you deal with these revolts, you have a heII of a lot of power on your hands.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 12:57 am
Quoting Nick Shelton
I would just like to say one thing.

Cliffe, this is the second time you have caused something to happen in my country. Have I ever smallpox'd an airport? NO. Have I ever teamed up to destroy another member via backstabbing? NO. Have I ever, ever, destroyed an entire Navy out of sheer hatred? Oh wait, yes, I have done that. The point is, you're picking o the wrong guy.

If you can instigate revolts in my country, prepare, for fire on fire warfare.


Would you like me to send in KGB operatives to quell the more central uprisings? This would allow your forces to focus on putting down the more worrisome ones. It also means that the blood isn't on your hands, even though I know you like that.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:02 am
Alright, British Columbia is not revolitng. Didn't know it joined willingly... I guess their citizens get perks or something.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:18 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The group has been closed. Inactivity and nit-picky maintenance don't translate well.

YESH!!!!! IT IS OFFICIALLY DEAD!!!!! MY GROUP REIGNS SUPREME!!!!!

/happydance
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:21 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
YESH!!!!! IT IS OFFICIALLY DEAD!!!!! MY GROUP REIGNS SUPREME!!!!!

/happydance


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3ALwKeSEYs

M Bison is proud of you.

@Nick: The Roman Empire is at your service if you need help putting down these pesky plumbers that are revolting. We can take three modes on this: The Western peaceful way, the kill everything Russian way, or the Roman blind and cast -space here- rate them and then exile them to somewhere cold during the winter.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:30 am
 Group admin 
I'll gladly accept your help Ian. KGB Units should go to South America, I can handle America.

Roman Empire needs to direct troops towards Phillipines and those other Pacific Countries and show those pesky rebels the meaning of a longbox.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:33 am
 Group moderator 
The Alenian government is offering the loan of the 13th Light Division to the PCU to help them suppress these latest insurgencies.


That's 8240 men, 375 BMP-2 IFVs, 250 Volcitsa infantry tanks, 145 SP AA units, 125 Medved battle suits, 7 command trucks, 290 heavy transports, 580 medium trucks, 29 command Kroliks, 75 Zajac scout cars, 100 SP artillery vehicles and 120 updated T-80 and T-90 tanks.

And 10 updated Hind helicopter gunships.


Maybe a bit much, but after what happened to us in Afghanistan way back when, we know better than to go after rebels without enough hardware to conquer a medium sized Arab nation.

Should this help be accepted, we'll be flying them over Siberia and the far-eastern IRA with very large transport planes. Of course, it'll take a while to put them together once they arrive.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:37 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Nick Shelton
Roman Empire needs to direct troops towards Phillipines and those other Pacific Countries and show those pesky rebels the meaning of a longbox.


Yes, my liege!

A detachment of the Roman Navy (meaning a frigate, a few missile boats, and our large landing ships are headed out with tanks, light vehicles, soldiers, and however many helicopters you can safely cram on a landing pad are heading out tomorrow for the Pacific.

Yo Cliffe, plzcanhaz Suez Canal passage?
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:38 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Yes, my liege!

A detachment of the Roman Navy (meaning a frigate, a few missile boats, and our large landing ships are headed out with tanks, light vehicles, soldiers, and however many helicopters you can safely cram on a landing pad are heading out tomorrow for the Pacific.

Yo Cliffe, plzcanhaz Suez Canal passage?

Of course.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:42 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Evan Melick
Again...

Any former revolters or unwanted people...send them my way...


Well, if they're armed and dangerous, it might be easier on our forces to simply kill them when they try and kill us. Those who surrender will be deported or imprisoned and then deported.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:53 am
 Group moderator 
"YES! This is DELICIOUS!" In the words of M Bison.

I'm glad some revolution is happening. I am not glad that other countries are helping combat the rebels. Now, to do some research.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:54 am
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Well, if they're armed and dangerous, it might be easier on our forces to simply kill them when they try and kill us. Those who surrender will be deported or imprisoned and then deported.

Deported twice? Now thats just overkill.

Also if we are going for realistic revolts, I think Texas would revolt, due to the fact that I don't think they would like to be ruled by Germany or Egypt, much less both.

@Awe: Would you like to purchase some boats for your navy? or would you like some built?
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:33 am
Quoting John Dawn
Also if we are going for realistic revolts, I think Texas would revolt, due to the fact that I don't think they would like to be ruled by Germany or Egypt, much less both.

REMEMBER FOLKS, when a nation joins the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt, you get a TON of independence. Texas isn't being ruled by either Germany or Egypt ALONE, but rather by the federal government of Prusso-Egypt, which is a very, very large bureaucracy composed of the governments of all the states of the imperial federation. It feels like you're still ruling yourself, really, and you... kind of are, unless your vote is overridden in a decision or something.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:12 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
REMEMBER FOLKS, when a nation joins the Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt, you get a TON of independence. Texas isn't being ruled by either Germany or Egypt ALONE, but rather by the federal government of Prusso-Egypt, which is a very, very large bureaucracy composed of the governments of all the states of the imperial federation. It feels like you're still ruling yourself, really, and you... kind of are, unless your vote is overridden in a decision or something.

Last I checked thats pretty much how the PCU/PE is run each country keeping the majority of its government while there is a PCU/PE government employee there to watch over them, and if needed they can call upon the countries resources.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:21 pm
Despite what you said, Cliff, I still have taken lotsa China. I'll leave the capotal for someone else though. And Cole has not been active for at least almost two months... so...

Imma photoshop my territory when I get home
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 1:43 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.
I'm glad some revolution is happening. I am not glad that other countries are helping combat the rebels. Now, to do some research.


And I'm sure Britain wasn't happy when we brought in France.

Quoting John Dawn
@Awe: Would you like to purchase some boats for your navy? or would you like some built?


No thanks, the situation will still be under control.


Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 3:07 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting John Dawn
Last I checked thats pretty much how the PCU/PE is run each country keeping the majority of its government while there is a PCU/PE government employee there to watch over them, and if needed they can call upon the countries resources.


That's exactly how it's run. However, that doesn't matter, because Nick is Nick, and we don't like Nick.


Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 3:07 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

That's exactly how it's run. However, that doesn't matter, because Nick is Nick, and we don't like Nick.


Of course how could I have forgotten?
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 3:11 pm
 Group admin 
In the PCU/PE, the PE is but a name. The Cubans and the FTSA are free. They can do whatever they want, whenever they want, but they are under my name. The PCU does what it wants, the Cubans do too, and the FTSA follows suit, and they are all under the PE. The now defunct WHA is just like the PE, it just contains Canada.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 6:26 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Evan Melick
You also have to remember that no matter how autonomy is left in the Empire, the PE is still a totalitarian despotic dictatorships that makes to illusions of being democratic and a free place to live.

And Prusso-Egypt is imperialistic. So there is rioting in Texas too.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 7:21 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton


Quoting Aree't'sa C
The Alenian government is offering the loan of the 13th Light Division to the PCU to help them suppress these latest insurgencies.


That's 8240 men, 375 BMP-2 IFVs, 250 Volcitsa infantry tanks, 145 SP AA units, 125 Medved battle suits, 7 command trucks, 290 heavy transports, 580 medium trucks, 29 command Kroliks, 75 Zajac scout cars, 100 SP artillery vehicles and 120 updated T-80 and T-90 tanks.

And 10 updated Hind helicopter gunships.


Maybe a bit much, but after what happened to us in Afghanistan way back when, we know better than to go after rebels without enough hardware to conquer a medium sized Arab nation.

Should this help be accepted, we'll be flying them over Siberia and the far-eastern IRA with very large transport planes. Of course, it'll take a while to put them together once they arrive.


Didn't know if you read it, just making sure.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 7:30 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting John Dawn
And Prusso-Egypt is imperialistic. So there is rioting in Texas too.


No no no, Cliffe's and Nick's governments operate in very similar manners regarding autonomy, it would be hypocritical for things to happen to them both.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 7:30 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
@B.E.A.R. and India: I'm sorry, I'mma have to stop you at the inner Chinese mountains. Seeing how Cole is totally new PLUS the fact that no one has ever had China in either group, I don't want China completely destroyed. Ye have what ye came for, now leave please. And John, please do annex inner Mongolia, which was once part of China- it will make my friend here at home very, very happy!

I wondered about that, but there are some un-claimed corners of the map leftover. But why can't we have what we fought and spilled our blood for?
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe
@India: DON'T MESS WITH PAKISTAN.

I'm sorry, was I even thinking about that? I don't recall... But why not?

DON'T ATTEMPT TO READ MY MIND!!! (sic)
It will only confuse you further.


Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 8:10 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
I'll gladly accept your help Ian. KGB Units should go to South America, I can handle America.

Roman Empire needs to direct troops towards Phillipines and those other Pacific Countries and show those pesky rebels the meaning of a longbox.

Well, Nick. The KGB Has begun deployment of agents to South America where they will enjoy unlimitted resources and funding fromthe Siberian state. Hopefully we can set your puppets in line soon.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 8:36 pm
Quoting Ian Macdonald

Humor me, just got back from camping. What the fudge is happening in China now?
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 8:46 pm
Quoting John Moffatt
Humor me, just got back from camping. What the fudge is happening in China now?

Awesome says we basically won. Though he insists on us not raping and pillaging the WHOLE thing. Because Cole is new or something.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 8:53 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting John Moffatt
Humor me, just got back from camping. What the fudge is happening in China now?


The Chinese retreated to the central mountains and that whole area. Central China (like Nanjing and stuff) is not under your control, but pretty much everything else is. I can make a map if you want.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 8:54 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Ian Macdonald
Awesome says we basically won. Though he insists on us not raping and pillaging the WHOLE thing. Because Cole is new or something.


How dare you compare me to Cliffe!

>.>

I never said that. As far as I'm concerned, you can wipe them all out. In fact, I encourage it.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 8:57 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

How dare you compare me to Cliffe!

>.>

I never said that. As far as I'm concerned, you can wipe them all out. In fact, I encourage it.

So essentially, in order to destroy Cole, we have to.... invade the guy who created the group.....
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:01 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

How dare you compare me to Cliffe!

>.>

I never said that. As far as I'm concerned, you can wipe them all out. In fact, I encourage it.

Well, I looked back and you're right. I guess I imagined that or something.

Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:05 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting John Moffatt
So essentially, in order to destroy Cole, we have to.... invade the guy who created the group.....


Yup.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:07 pm
We may need a little more than the might or Russia for that, lest a plague of locusts descend upon us. Anyway, now I suppose we need to see how to divide up China among the participants.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:18 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting John Moffatt
We may need a little more than the might or Russia for that, lest a plague of locusts descend upon us. Anyway, now I suppose we need to see how to divide up China among the participants.


Not if we get Nick as our conflict admin.

-----
I'll have the Gansu province.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:34 pm
Quoting Kaiser Pharaoh Cliffe

@B.E.A.R. : Cole is totally new


So are Ian and I.....
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:41 pm
 Group moderator 
And no-one seemed to complain when Will conquerfied Finn.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:47 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Aree't'sa C
And no-one seemed to complain when Will conquerfied Finn.


No one complained (except Nick and I) that Will used smallpox on people...

Seriously, is that kind of stuff just alright now?
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 9:52 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

No one complained (except Nick and I) that Will used smallpox on people...

Seriously, is that kind of stuff just alright now?


FOR THE LOVE OF BETTY WHITE, QUIT YOUR BETCHING, WE GET IT. Between the two of you, you've made so many posts, it got annoying pretty quickly. The past is the past, go invade Texas if you want revenge for those deaths.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:05 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.

FOR THE LOVE OF BETTY WHITE, QUIT YOUR BETCHING, WE GET IT.


Obviously not. If Nick did this, you'd react the same way.

Therefore, I assume this kind of warfare is legal. I'll keep it in mind.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:23 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.

FOR THE LOVE OF BETTY WHITE, QUIT YOUR BETCHING, WE GET IT. Between the two of you, you've made so many posts, it got annoying pretty quickly. The past is the past, go invade Texas if you want revenge for those deaths.

What's annoying is seeing that it's perfectly fine for people to do things, but horribly wrong when I do them.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:28 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Obviously not. If Nick did this, you'd react the same way.

Therefore, I assume this kind of warfare is legal. I'll keep it in mind.


Fine. Lets all get together, form the U.N. again, and outlaw biological warfare.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:31 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.

Fine. Lets all get together, form the U.N. again, and outlaw biological warfare.


Nah, like you said, the past is the past. We strive for the future.

And what a future it's going to be!
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:39 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

No one complained (except Nick and I) that Will used smallpox on people...

Seriously, is that kind of stuff just alright now?


Maybe I should build a giant fighting robot and invade Japan with it, just to see if people notice.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:47 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.

Fine. Lets all get together, form the U.N. again, and outlaw biological warfare.

Nay, the sins of the father pass down to the son.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:51 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Nah, like you said, the past is the past. We strive for the future.

And what a future it's going to be!


A future with epic robots that in the present, people seem to complain about and won't buy a certain awesome turn based strategy game coming on September 21st, because they exist!
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:54 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Will M.

A future with epic robots that in the present, people seem to complain about and won't buy a certain awesome turn based strategy game coming on September 21st, because they exist!


I know, right? I wonder if Cliffe would allow those...
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 10:57 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I know, right? I wonder if Cliffe would allow those...


Indeed, it would be awesome.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 11:03 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I know, right? I wonder if Cliffe would allow those...


He does; nothing bigger than a large hardsuit, though.
Permalink
| August 6, 2010, 11:46 pm
Group moderators have locked this conversation.
Other topics
student teen kid toy play lego child video game hobby blocks construction toy legos fun games



LEGO models my own creation MOCpages toys shop 21st Century WorldMilitary


You Your home page | LEGO creations | Favorite builders
Activity Activity | Comments | Creations
Explore Explore | Recent | Groups
MOCpages is an unofficial, fan-created website. LEGO® and the brick configuration are property of The LEGO Group, which does not sponsor, own, or endorse this site.
©2002-2014 Sean Kenney Design Inc | Privacy policy | Terms of use