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International Conversation Forum Pt. XIV
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Yes, yes. Other's full, yadah yadah. Get over it.
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| October 15, 2009, 10:57 pm
With conflict, conversation and gossip are its shadow...
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| October 15, 2009, 11:00 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In response to Maryland's echo, the SSW is proposing that we form a pact of sorts to mirror each other's efforts to defend our lands in America. If either is directly included in the war involuntarily, both of us would be able to direct retaliation with full effectiveness and devotion. However, all of this is only a suggestion.
It sounds like a reasonable and beneficial suggestion. Therefore, Scotland will take you up on that pact.
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| October 15, 2009, 11:12 pm
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Though we don't wish to fight the CAS, we can't allow them over our territory. You'd understand, all to easy to drop a few bombs on Portland and take out OAAE, or some other vital facility (like the resivoirs). Just like we could take out the MiG and Suhkoi factories with the right weapons in Chukotka. But if worst comes to worst... I don't think I need go on.

Wether or not we're gonna get involved in this developing conflict has yet to be decided. One Governator says yes, the other one's opinion is unknown, and the last one is wracked with indecision. More updates as they come.
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| October 16, 2009, 12:16 am
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In response to Shock and Awe's comment, My forces are coming from our base in Somalia. We as of last year have more soldiers there than in Ukraine. Our men for the most part have been flown across Africa, and our ships are forced to sail around the African continent. Our men will land in Prusso-Egyptian territory in America sometime next week, while our ships may take as much as a month. The helicopters and Fighters will fly, and Ukrainian refueling aircraft have been temporarily stationed at regular intervals over the Atlantic. An attempt on shooting these aircraft as they come is viewed as an act of war.

Construction has begun on Northern Madagascar of a large harbor. It should be completed by February
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| October 16, 2009, 4:53 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
The MU will soon undergo construction of a new addition to our already well developed military. As of right now, engineers are torn between an attack plane similar to the A-10 to replace our Thunderheads and an attack helicopter built to further expand our force of the most helicopter designs in this world. The helicopter would be open to extensive foreign sales. If anyone has input as to what should be developed, it would be greatly appreciated.

I think you should build an A-10 like vehicle because if you need another helicopter you could always buy Mi-68's:).
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| October 16, 2009, 4:55 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Just like we could take out the MiG and Suhkoi factories with the right weapons in Chukotka. But if worst comes to worst...

I would highly not advise such an action, as Antonov has licences to produce almost all the current Sukhois, and another Mikoyan plant opened in Armenia a year or so ago.
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| October 16, 2009, 4:55 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
The MU will soon undergo construction of a new addition to our already well developed military. As of right now, engineers are torn between an attack plane similar to the A-10 to replace our Thunderheads and an attack helicopter built to further expand our force of the most helicopter designs in this world. The helicopter would be open to extensive foreign sales. If anyone has input as to what should be developed, it would be greatly appreciated.

Any ideas from the Barracuda can be used if you wish. The Tu-225Bs (single man Tu-225s) are exellent tank-busters, and are also capable of being formidable anti-ship attack aircraft.
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| October 16, 2009, 4:58 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Alright, thanks for the update. I’ll try to keep up.

Also, STAR Corp. and the Eastern United States of America (both of which I control) are allies of Prusso-Egypt, not subordinate territories. Well, the EUSA is a “traditional” ally, while STAR Corp. is above and independent of world politics. We do however sell various products to Prusso-Egypt.

STAR Corp. is not even a nation, but an international (and interplanetary) borderless mega-corporation which employs millions of people from around the world (and the colonies of the Sol system). We have resource-harvesting operations (mines and such), power-plants, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and retail outlets in nearly every nation on earth (and some of those things on neighboring planets and space-stations). We also fund employee housing, community programs, schools, universities, medical facilities, research programs, and disaster-relief efforts – whatever allows us to advance human civilization. We’re also directly responsible for setting up and maintaining many of the planet’s (and Sol system’s) communication networks, for things such as television, radio, internet, GPS, and telephone.

Being in such a key position involved in keeping a technology-dependant world operational has also served to keep us effectively immune from attacks. Sure, you may theoretically be able to overpower us on the battlefield, but do you have what it takes to live with the consequences? If you attack us anywhere, we’ll pull our business out of your nation – but not before giving our employees there options to immigrate somewhere where we’re still welcome. Even if we have a slight dent in our profits from closing our stores in your country, it’s nothing compared to what you’ll have to deal with.

Wars are expensive, and do you really want your nation facing economic collapse after one (regardless if you win or lose)? Look at what happened to post-WWI Germany. Not only will you lose our business (we’ll embargo you faster than you can say “Cuban cigar”), but you’ll lose a substantial portion of your nation’s labor-force, because we’ll offer our employees there (your residents) re-location benefits, and an all-expense-paid evacuation. Oh, and if you think you can just move on in to the facilities we leave behind, you seem to be forgetting one of our most successful products in the Military-Grade High-Explosive industry.

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/142113

Remember those communications networks I mentioned earlier? We’ll be sure to use them to tell *all your people* how bad of you it was to attack us. And if you try to take over those networks for your own purposes – we’ll shut them down – remotely. Also, those universities and research programs? Good luck finding your own funding for them when your soldiers are trading their machine guns in for loaves of bread.

P.S. This is not a personal threat against you or your territories, Jeff, but a general warning to any and all who think they might try to attack us.

I have to say, this claim of an interplanetary corporation that has control over all communications networks is COMPLETELY ABSURD. Normally people stating these claims are made quick work of by more experienced members, but, I may be incorrect. Now without Cliffe here I take back my declaration of war with him and officially Declare war on the Eastern United States of America. Sir, you do not know who you are getting into a fight with. Ukraine, if you would like to continue Operation Crusade that is fine. As long as war is not declared, but if you still wish to wage war and ruin both of our economies because of a new member making ridiculous claims.
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| October 16, 2009, 6:37 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Any ideas from the Barracuda can be used if you wish. The Tu-225Bs (single man Tu-225s) are exellent tank-busters, and are also capable of being formidable anti-ship attack aircraft.

I hope we can come to terms with this conflict. My stance against Cliffe has come to change seeing as how Vonthako is not part of Prusso-Egypt anymore. As I stated in my previous comment, if you wish to rethink this with me then we should start thinking.
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| October 16, 2009, 6:40 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Alright, thanks for the update. I’ll try to keep up.

Also, STAR Corp. and the Eastern United States of America (both of which I control) are allies of Prusso-Egypt, not subordinate territories. Well, the EUSA is a “traditional” ally, while STAR Corp. is above and independent of world politics. We do however sell various products to Prusso-Egypt.

STAR Corp. is not even a nation, but an international (and interplanetary) borderless mega-corporation which employs millions of people from around the world (and the colonies of the Sol system). We have resource-harvesting operations (mines and such), power-plants, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and retail outlets in nearly every nation on earth (and some of those things on neighboring planets and space-stations). We also fund employee housing, community programs, schools, universities, medical facilities, research programs, and disaster-relief efforts – whatever allows us to advance human civilization. We’re also directly responsible for setting up and maintaining many of the planet’s (and Sol system’s) communication networks, for things such as television, radio, internet, GPS, and telephone.

Being in such a key position involved in keeping a technology-dependant world operational has also served to keep us effectively immune from attacks. Sure, you may theoretically be able to overpower us on the battlefield, but do you have what it takes to live with the consequences? If you attack us anywhere, we’ll pull our business out of your nation – but not before giving our employees there options to immigrate somewhere where we’re still welcome. Even if we have a slight dent in our profits from closing our stores in your country, it’s nothing compared to what you’ll have to deal with.

Wars are expensive, and do you really want your nation facing economic collapse after one (regardless if you win or lose)? Look at what happened to post-WWI Germany. Not only will you lose our business (we’ll embargo you faster than you can say “Cuban cigar”), but you’ll lose a substantial portion of your nation’s labor-force, because we’ll offer our employees there (your residents) re-location benefits, and an all-expense-paid evacuation. Oh, and if you think you can just move on in to the facilities we leave behind, you seem to be forgetting one of our most successful products in the Military-Grade High-Explosive industry.

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/142113

Remember those communications networks I mentioned earlier? We’ll be sure to use them to tell *all your people* how bad of you it was to attack us. And if you try to take over those networks for your own purposes – we’ll shut them down – remotely. Also, those universities and research programs? Good luck finding your own funding for them when your soldiers are trading their machine guns in for loaves of bread.

P.S. This is not a personal threat against you or your territories, Jeff, but a general warning to any and all who think they might try to attack us.


*chokes on his ice water*

Interplanetary?

I thought this group was supposed to be a technologicaly realistic scenario!
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| October 16, 2009, 6:56 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

*chokes on his ice water*

Interplanetary?

I thought this group was supposed to be a technologicaly realistic scenario!

So did I....
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| October 16, 2009, 6:59 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
So did I....


And mega-corporations, like Walmart? Possible, but with the way things are, I doubt corporations would have much hold on things with the massive amounts of nationalism going on right now. This isn't the world of 2009. This is the world of 1910, but in 2035.
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| October 16, 2009, 7:01 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Official Response:

1) The “interplanetary” refers to mines, research stations, communication centers, and other facilities STAR Corp. has set up across the Sol. System. This is part of our Space Exploration department, and is not unfeasible to do with 2035 technology.



You must be rich beyond any of our dreams to build that many rockets and that many supplies to start an interplanetary operation. And you also must be willing to wait weeks to months for your rockets to get around. Not to mention all the scientific calculations and such to even launch a rocket, let along navigate the solar system. Then there's all the other things that could go wrong in space travel...
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| October 16, 2009, 7:21 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

No, not like Wal-Mart. More like a highly-successful syndicate of various leading subsidiaries in technology-manufacture (computers, robotics, high-tech vehicles, space exploration, defense, alternate energy, etc.)


Space exploration to worlds like Mars is feasible in 2035, but I'm very skeptic about the ability to start building space stations all over and such. I guess I'll wait until the others chime in...
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| October 16, 2009, 7:25 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

First of all, I know quite a bit about real-life space exploration (having read volumes on the subject since I was young). I know about the expenses, the calculations, and the time involved.

Also, STAR Corp. has numerous private shareholders who have invested substantial sums from their vast personal fortunes to see the corporation become (and stay) a success.


Never said you didn't. I'm just saying, the exploration and exploitation of solar system in this is a bit... Well, it just doesn't work for me. I can roll with it, I guess, as long as you don't start threatening orbital bombardment or foolishness like that.
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| October 16, 2009, 7:40 pm
The Situation Fleet of Africa is now headed to Georgia, America. No need to know why.
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| October 16, 2009, 8:41 pm
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The officials of Oregon Aeronautics And Engineering have released their first set of artillery peices: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/159485

The LA-2 and MA-1 may be available for export, but the HA-1 will not. We don't want the guns that can crush our heaviest tank in enemy hands now, do we?
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| October 16, 2009, 11:52 pm
PCU's own Fllet is now on it's way to the East Coast for the coming battle. Please remember, we are neutral in all battles until we pledge alliegance to a group.
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| October 16, 2009, 11:53 pm
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Also, Architect, please refrain from posting non-Ford Brother's universe things in the group. I don't know about anyone else, but this group isn't a Command and Conquer group (even if it was only one MOC).
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| October 17, 2009, 12:12 am
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Just a heads up, keep your ranting in line with your nation. This group is about national politics not those of conglomerates.

Anyhow, the SSW will be taking the same stance as the Mu and will be heading towards the development of a tankbuster. The earlier mentioned contractors have been granted until the end of this month to make a preliminary design.

Moving along, three SSW submarines have set sail on their way to the SAP. Panama may also be in hindsight as well so tight security will be secured and no foreign powers involved in the Eastern United States conflict will be granted use of the Canal.
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| October 17, 2009, 12:54 am
The Union of Nova Scotia has sent troops & equipment down to aid Feild-Marshall Cliffe & allies.

We have sent 35 C-F/A-22-As, 26 C-F/A-22-Bs, 20 C-F/A-22-Cs, and 18 C-F/A-22-Ds along with our F-24A&Bs aswell.
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| October 17, 2009, 1:16 am
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

In all fairness, that is a USA Command Center.

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/134782

And my political territory is the Eastern United States of America. I could have just as easily posted the very same MOC, without the “Command & Conquer” label and descriptive text, and thus avoided eliciting a complaint from you. If there is some outstanding factor that makes it “not fit in” with the RA-CAS-UEN group, tell me, and I’ll remove it. Otherwise, I think you’re just “splitting hairs” on this issue (no offense).


There's a few potential things that might not fit in. For one, it does say CnC, a completely different universe. You could remove the title, but that'd be like my taking my CPF-136, relabelling it the F-136, and calling it a fighter for the PCU. It fits, but some might call foul on that. On the other end of the spectrum you've got Dr. S, whose MOCs he makes vague enough to use for anything. Do you see my point?

And on personal opinion, it looks more like a depot than a base, but that's irrelevant.
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| October 17, 2009, 1:43 am
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I hope we can come to terms with this conflict. My stance against Cliffe has come to change seeing as how Vonthako is not part of Prusso-Egypt anymore. As I stated in my previous comment, if you wish to rethink this with me then we should start thinking.

I believe peace terms are an extremely favourable option.
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| October 17, 2009, 12:12 pm
Official word from Governator Council is that PCU will join Texas in banishing CAS and Cliffe from America. Other news is that Idaho Labs is releasing pictures of the new helicopter on Flickr soon...
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| October 17, 2009, 2:37 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

As I recall, when I requested to join this group (by posting on Michael Ford’s recruitment page), I specifically described STAR Corp. as a “trans-border corporate faction”.

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/39893

I implied earlier that STAR Corp. is more about business and advancement of human civilization than politics (that’s the way it was before I even joined RA-CAS-UEN). On this topic, STAR Corp. existed well enough on its own before I chose to join this group, and will continue to exist even if I leave this group (which I might, simply because I have way too much real-world stuff going on to keep up with all the wars and politics). Nothing personal; you guys are great builders, and this group is a cool idea, but I’m just not as “young and carefree” as I used to be.

What your implying is that I suggested for STAR Corp. to end in existence. This is not the case. I merely said do not bring to matter the case of business in place of politics. This is a political group not one of conglomerate business. I read your comment on Michael's page sometime before, so I'm perfectly educated in this matter. There is no minding if you talk of your business in sake of research in your appointed nation, but do not talk of it in terms of hierarchy above your politics; this destroys the purpose of the ICF. So please do not take my terms in the wrong way, I'm merely trying to help keep things running smoothly.
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| October 17, 2009, 2:47 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Official word from Governator Council is that PCU will join Texas in banishing CAS and Cliffe from America. Other news is that Idaho Labs is releasing pictures of the new helicopter on Flickr soon...


It's STAR Corp's American thing that Texas is going against, not the CAS and Prussia...
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| October 17, 2009, 2:54 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

I’m still not sure what point you’re trying to make here. I let people add MOCs to my STAR Corp. group, even if they are from “somewhat different universes” (the MOCs, not the people), as long as the MOC fits the “general theme” of STAR Corp.

A wise man was once asked, “How many legs would a dog have if you called the tail a leg?”
He replied, “Four – calling the tail a leg does not make it one.”

BTW, I see what you mean about it “looking like a depot”, but remember, with that particular MOC, I was trying to replicate the design of the in-game structure as closely as possible, not making a base of my own design.


Let me make it clearer: Though the MOC's style fits into the RA-CAS-UEN thing, it's not a part of it.

Now, here's the CPF-136: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/137121

Looks like it could fit in with things, doesn't it? I could easily make it the F-136, and say it's a part of my air force. But it's not, it's for another thing. I consider that rather unfair, using MOCs from another universe, and saying they're in this one.

It's like your quote says, calling it something doesn't make it that something.

Does anyone agree with the point I'm trying to make here, or do I not make any sense?
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| October 17, 2009, 3:04 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

I still don't see the fundamental problem here. Isn't LEGO building supposed to emphasize creativity and "thinking outside the box”?

That’s like saying that someone who has older Adventurers-theme LEGOs can’t use those pieces/designs for a group oriented around the newer Indiana Jones line (and vice versa). If the themes aren’t substantially different, I don’t see why someone should have a problem with it.


Seeing as how we've reached a stalemate here, I have no choice but to let other people input their opinion.

Question: Is a Command and Conquer MOC that fits the theme of this group, acceptable to have as a MOC for this group?
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| October 17, 2009, 3:49 pm
No, if I added a Star Wars creation in the group, would it be RA-CAS-UEN? No, it'd be SW...
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| October 17, 2009, 3:55 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Answer: According to the RA-CAS-UEN group rules (as of me typing this), I'd have to say "Yes, it is acceptable that an MOC that fits the theme of this group be added to this group".

Paragraph 2, Sentence 1 clearly states:

"As for stuff in here, I would like most of it to be relevant to the theme."

Reference:
http://www.mocpages.com/group_rules.php?id=259


I see. I guess this means I can add my COP stuff if I so choose, and so can a bunch of other people add stuff that can fit with this group but wasn't made for this group, thus bolstering their armies.

Or I can use only what I build for this group... Hmm...

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| October 17, 2009, 4:07 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Brendonia is currently developing a stealth bomber similar to the B-2. Name suggestions appreciated.

How about Poltergeist...
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| October 17, 2009, 4:13 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Look, if it makes you (and whoever else feels like complaining about this insignificant issue of MOC names) feel better about it, I can just remove that MOC from this group, modify the design slightly, and post a “new” MOC, saying that it was simply “inspired by Command & Conquer”, rather than a direct effort at a replica (which would technically be the truth, BTW). When I have time for it, that is (and if you read my comment in “General Conversation”, I don’t have that much spare time anymore).


Nah, keep it. You got the rules on your side, I know when I'm wrong.
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| October 17, 2009, 4:19 pm
Missles are now bieng sent to the troops heading to the East Coast. The Situation Fleet will just have to make do with what it has. The 25,000 troops going with the fleet should make a difference...
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| October 17, 2009, 7:36 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Just for the record, STAR Corp. was already consolidating some of the greatest minds, wealthiest investors, and most advanced Research and Development organizations of its time back in 2019, when the mega-corporation was officially founded, and long before it became part of the RA-CAS-UEN world. Also, even back then, we had spaceplanes and other such Earth-orbit capable technology.

I should probably mention that STAR Corp. is not comprised entirely of just my own creations (though I am the undisputed creator/leader). There are 42 other members in the group, many of whom have some awesome MOCs.

BTW, if anyone here would be interested in seeing/becoming a part of STAR Corp., here is the link to it:

http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/6009

Also, orbital bombardment is highly impractical/inaccurate; otherwise, America would have already had it running since the Reagan administration.

I refuse to have you do anything to Texas. If you claim you have killed even one soldier I will deny it. You may be able to give facts about how STAR Corp could be real but, Michael Ford probably doesn't want you mixing these to themes.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:05 pm
Texas, PCU supports you in your quest. Troops are now bieng moved to your location...
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| October 17, 2009, 9:06 pm
Missle Silos in Idaho are now bieng readied for the East Coast conflict. Not nuclear missles, regular ones.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:14 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Texas, PCU supports you in your quest. Troops are now bieng moved to your location...

Thank you. If STAR Corps is out there somewhere we are launching missiles to the moon, but this time, it's not to find ice.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:22 pm
Indeed we are not. We are going to launch missles at space stations.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:25 pm
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My soldiers are under the command of Prusso-Egypt. Whatever he orders, I will do.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:27 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
My soldiers are under the command of Prusso-Egypt. Whatever he orders, I will do.


I don't think Prusso-Egypt is involved in this. Texas is going up against STAR Corps.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:28 pm
Prusso-Eygpt gave up thier US Territories to avoid fighting. STAR Corps is now abandoned to death.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:30 pm
As of 8:30 pm Central Daylight Time on October 17, 2035 the Republic of Texas is officially declaring war on the Eastern United States of America. This nation is controlled by someone who makes ludicrous claims of interplanetary "colonization." This is technologically feasible today but the cost, the cost would be outrageous a country such as the EUSA, still devastated by the Civil War. The massive amounts of debt would be impossible to pay off. But I am getting away from the real point. You can surrender now and save many American lives or face a continental war. I have many allies willing to back me up. What do you have?
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| October 17, 2009, 9:37 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Meh.
Whatever, dude. You were the one to initiate hostilities. Like I said before, I have a life outside of the interwebz (they DO exist!) that requires my attention (and has priority higher than some forum game). So the likely scenario is that I won’t even have time for your “wargame” while I’m out looking for a job and filling out applications next week.
Speaking of which, how do you guys actually decide on “who wins”? The best I’ve been able to find on the forums looks like a “statistical comparison”.
If that’s the case, cowboy, you’re at a numerical disadvantage. You’ve got like, 4 military MOCs on your page, and 13 MOCs total.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got a test to take for my Criminal Justice course.

His 4 plus my 20...
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| October 17, 2009, 9:39 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Meh.
Whatever, dude. You were the one to initiate hostilities. Like I said before, I have a life outside of the interwebz (they DO exist!) that requires my attention (and has priority higher than some forum game). So the likely scenario is that I won’t even have time for your “wargame” while I’m out looking for a job and filling out applications next week.
Speaking of which, how do you guys actually decide on “who wins”? The best I’ve been able to find on the forums looks like a “statistical comparison”.
If that’s the case, cowboy, you’re at a numerical disadvantage. You’ve got like, 4 military MOCs on your page, and 13 MOCs total.

Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got a test to take for my Criminal Justice course.

Well, I have to say, at your age I wont be playing with legos. (no offense to those who will) I have a flickr account, where most serious builders go. So don't get on my case about having a small amount of mocs, I don't have the time to work on legos all day. And at least all of mine are real. Having some digital mocs is okay, but building isn't like that in real life so please. don't get me started on a rant.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:44 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
As of 8:30 pm Central Daylight Time on October 17, 2035 the Republic of Texas is officially declaring war on the Eastern United States of America. This nation is controlled by someone who makes ludicrous claims of interplanetary "colonization." This is technologically feasible today but the cost, the cost would be outrageous a country such as the EUSA, still devastated by the Civil War. The massive amounts of debt would be impossible to pay off. But I am getting away from the real point. You can surrender now and save many American lives or face a continental war. I have many allies willing to back me up. What do you have?


After much deliberation over the past few days regarding the Eastern America situation (Or just Gus not being on until now), the Pacific Union leadership unanimously voted in favor of joining Texas. Gus, Shelton, you're free to do as you please. My contingent will be going over land, across the PCU, then over URSA, and probably through Texas.
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| October 17, 2009, 9:45 pm
I'm in. America is for Americans! Give me Liberty! or give me food! (both would be nice)
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| October 17, 2009, 9:58 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Like I said before, I have a *real* life to live.
Well guys, it’s been mildly amusing trying this forum-game out, but now I remember why I don’t play massively-multiplayer online games: the other players expect participation, even when I have important, real-life issues to attend to.
BTW, I’m officially giving the EUSA back to Cliffe.
So yeah, you guys have fun, keep on building, etc. – I must move on.
See ya around the ‘pages!

I really hope to never see you again around the pages' ever...
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| October 17, 2009, 10:06 pm
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Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Like I said before, I have a *real* life to live.
Well guys, it’s been mildly amusing trying this forum-game out, but now I remember why I don’t play massively-multiplayer online games: the other players expect participation, even when I have important, real-life issues to attend to.
BTW, I’m officially giving the EUSA back to Cliffe.
So yeah, you guys have fun, keep on building, etc. – I must move on.
See ya around the ‘pages!


I understand that real life is important, yes. But if you don't have the time to participate fully, then why join (no offense intended)?
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| October 17, 2009, 10:10 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Like I said before, I have a *real* life to live.
Well guys, it’s been mildly amusing trying this forum-game out, but now I remember why I don’t play massively-multiplayer online games: the other players expect participation, even when I have important, real-life issues to attend to.
BTW, I’m officially giving the EUSA back to Cliffe.
So yeah, you guys have fun, keep on building, etc. – I must move on.
See ya around the ‘pages!

Actually tonight troops from the PCU and Texas will seize Cliffe's land and divide it as necessary. The Maryland task force has, as stated Friday, already reached Philadelphia.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:17 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Actually tonight troops from the PCU and Texas will seize Cliffe's land and divide it as necessary. The Maryland task force has, as stated Friday, already reached Philadelphia.

The Union of Nova Scotia will prevent any further advancement of your troops.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:21 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Actually tonight troops from the PCU and Texas will seize Cliffe's land and divide it as necessary. The Maryland task force has, as stated Friday, already reached Philadelphia.


C-130s and other transports are taking off right now. Our armor and artillery will go by ground, as no place can carry a HAT-1. Or none that we have...
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| October 17, 2009, 10:21 pm
Since the war is over, Idaho wishes to claim West Virginia.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:24 pm
If it isn't claimed.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:24 pm
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Quoting Major-General A.C. Weagle
The Union of Nova Scotia will prevent any further advancement of your troops.


Orly? Is this a statement of hostilities?
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| October 17, 2009, 10:24 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Since the war is over, Idaho wishes to claim West Virginia.

The war never started, it was a one-side claim. Prusso-Egypt no controls the area once again.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:26 pm
I would appreciate considering having control of some states too. My Shastas being plane transportable, will be moving out to take states by force.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:26 pm
Situation Fleet is now heading to Nova Scotia due to it's comment regarding PCU.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:26 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The war never started, it was a one-side claim. Prusso-Egypt no controls the area once again.


And now Texas is going against them. But what if Prussia doesn't want the territory back? That's another question...
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| October 17, 2009, 10:26 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The war never started, it was a one-side claim. Prusso-Egypt no controls the area once again.

Texas and PCU are dividing amongst them selves though...
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| October 17, 2009, 10:27 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

And now Texas is going against them. But what if Prussia doesn't want the territory back? That's another question...

The territory has always been under Prussia's command. However, he "leased" the land as to provide more interest.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:27 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
The territory has always been under Prussia's command. However, he "leased" the land as to provide more interest.


So Texas is going up against Prussia and the CAS troops under their command? We're gonna need to re-think, if the CAS is involved.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:28 pm
So Cliffe now owns the land again?
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| October 17, 2009, 10:28 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Texas and PCU are dividing amongst them selves though...

I don't know how that has anything to do with what I said, but okay...You guys haven't made any progress. You're back at square one with Prussia now in stance of the said territories and his allies in the readied position for defense.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:29 pm
Okay then. Situation Fleet will move its course yet again to hit the coast of South Carolina. Troops are now bieng readied to hit the coast at 4:15 p.m. Monday.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:32 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I don't know how that has anything to do with what I said, but okay...You guys haven't made any progress. You're back at square one with Prussia now in stance of the said territories and his allies in the readied position for defense.

Well Nick, ready the silos again, we're getting ready for war. (If you wish)
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| October 17, 2009, 10:34 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Okay then. Situation Fleet will move its course yet again to hit the coast of South Carolina. Troops are now bieng readied to hit the coast at 4:15 p.m. Monday.

I own S. Carolina...>.>
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| October 17, 2009, 10:34 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Well Nick, ready the silos again, we're getting ready for war. (If you wish)

Indeed, but they were never "un-ready." 24/7 Missle readiness is a must for PCU.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:35 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I own S. Carolina...>.>

Then Georgia!!!
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| October 17, 2009, 10:36 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Then Georgia!!!

I own Georgia, too. I have S. and N. Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Alabama.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:37 pm
Hmm, I will land in Georgia then go through it to get to Cliffe and his land.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:38 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Then Georgia!!!


Leave SSW alone. Go back to the Prussian territories...

Unless you want to play rogue. Then you can attack who ever you want and secede from the PCU, and by that, URSA.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:39 pm
/facepalm

I am not attacking him. I am attacking Cliffe. I am going through SSW to GET to Cliffe...
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| October 17, 2009, 10:41 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
/facepalm

I am not attacking him. I am attacking Cliffe. I am going through SSW to GET to Cliffe...


But you could just go there by boat and land, instead of taking more time by landing in the SSW and going to his land...
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| October 17, 2009, 10:42 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Hmm, I will land in Georgia then go through it to get to Cliffe and his land.

That's fine as long as you travel under escort.

Also, the SSW will be moving 8,000 troops into Maryland for a more substantial defense. They'll move by see and will also contend with 20 AMBTs, 42 MACVs, 20 UUCs, and 1 AES will be in the near vicinity. Also, 20 more LCGs will be completed; 10 of these will be sent to the SAP for defensive purposes.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:43 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Okay then. Situation Fleet will move its course yet again to hit the coast of South Carolina. Troops are now bieng readied to hit the coast at 4:15 p.m. Monday.

Well, since I have boys 27,000 or so in Maryland on red alert we can send them out to Pennsylvania and New Jersey now. We will also send a fleet from the Gulf of Mexico to reach New York in the next two weeks or so. We do not expect any men to respond to our attacks due to Cliffe's current leave. This is the perfect time to stage an assault.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:43 pm
Idaho Labs has been ordered by the Combined States of Oregon and Washington to test its missles. After 15 minutes of flight, the missles will collide on thier paths and will explode.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:43 pm
Situation Fleet will lind in Virginia on Monday at 4:15 p.m...
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| October 17, 2009, 10:46 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Situation Fleet will lind in Virginia on Monday at 4:15 p.m...

My men should cross the border into Pennsylvania at about 11:00 o'clock.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:48 pm
This map of the US is according to the stats of October, 2035, just an hour ago. Here it is for your planning pleasure. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gus_indo/4021261078/

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| October 17, 2009, 10:49 pm
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The 20,000 men and women from Oregon and Washington will be joining up with Californian troops, the British Columbia garrison will be left on home defense. Again.

Our tanks and artillery will be travelling with the infantry.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:50 pm
Any allies want some missles? I will sell SSW and Texas some missles if they want them..
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| October 17, 2009, 10:51 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Any allies want some missles? I will sell SSW and Texas some missles if they want them..

The SSW will have to reject your offer seeing as though we already have an abundance of them; plus we take pride in our manufacturing. Still, thank you for the offer.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:52 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
The 20,000 men and women from Oregon and Washington will be joining up with Californian troops, the British Columbia garrison will be left on home defense. Again.

Our tanks and artillery will be travelling with the infantry.

Need any C-130s?
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| October 17, 2009, 10:53 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Well, since I have boys 27,000 or so in Maryland on red alert we can send them out to Pennsylvania and New Jersey now. We will also send a fleet from the Gulf of Mexico to reach New York in the next two weeks or so. We do not expect any men to respond to our attacks due to Cliffe's current leave. This is the perfect time to stage an assault.

wait, who has Maryland? i'm making an update to the map. its currently Scotland control...
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| October 17, 2009, 10:56 pm
Quoting Gus Indo
wait, who has Maryland? i'm making an update to the map. its currently Scotland control...

Oh, I've had like a lot of troops stationed there for months but it's really Scotland.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:57 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Need any C-130s?


I beleive we will. As for the Californian Shasta Main Battle Tanks, they're significantly lighter (not to mention, slightly longer than the width of our biggest tank) than the HAT-1s, so do you think they would fit in a C-130? Or is a bigger plane needed for that?

The HAT-1 Rainier's themselves will be going over land under their own power, to test the endurance of their fuel cell/deisel hybrid engines.
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| October 17, 2009, 10:58 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I beleive we will. As for the Californian Shasta Main Battle Tanks, they're significantly lighter (not to mention, slightly longer than the width of our biggest tank) than the HAT-1s, so do you think they would fit in a C-130? Or is a bigger plane needed for that?

The HAT-1 Rainier's themselves will be going over land under their own power, to test the endurance of their fuel cell/deisel hybrid engines.

They can fit. I'm pretty sure. We have special C-130s just for armor that can be flown to California ASAP.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:03 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
They can fit. I'm pretty sure. We have special C-130s just for armor that can be flown to California ASAP.


Thanks. Now, time to release the HAT-1s. Let loose the overkill! We're gonna test night driving skills in tanks that take up two lanes. Good luck getting over the Rocky Mountains... he he he... Real engine tests are coming. No whatever they do at Dodge or Chrysler or whatever.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:07 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Thanks. Now, time to release the HAT-1s. Let loose the overkill! We're gonna test night driving skills in tanks that take up two lanes. Good luck getting over the Rocky Mountains... he he he... Real engine tests are coming. No whatever they do at Dodge or Chrysler or whatever.

Well those HAT-1s can expect support from the Sam Houston MBTs, which also will be relying of of their sheer power to get to the East coast.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:09 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Well those HAT-1s can expect support from the Sam Houston MBTs, which also will be relying of of their sheer power to get to the East coast.


I guess our tank divisions will be meeting in the east, ironically enough, the first part of America to be free, and now the only part not to be free. Pedal to the metal, tankmen!
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| October 17, 2009, 11:12 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I guess our tank divisions will be meeting in the east, ironically enough, the first part of America to be free, and now the only part not to be free. Pedal to the metal, tankmen!

Hehe, it's a race then.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:13 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Hehe, it's a race then.


Consider you have a 1,500 mile head start, no doubt you'll win. But our tanks have large crews, so half will sleep, the other half drive. We won't stop, except for fuel and for food. You know, I'll just put mini-fridges in our tanks. They're that big.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:17 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Consider you have a 1,500 mile head start, no doubt you'll win. But our tanks have large crews, so half will sleep, the other half drive. We won't stop, except for fuel and for food. You know, I'll just put mini-fridges in our tanks. They're that big.

Haha. Your men are spoiled. Well we clearly have an advantage with seasoned veteran tank crews. My men have seen the urban warfare of Pyongyang, the Prairies of New Mexico, the mountains of Russia, the jungles of Columbia and the toughest of all, the borders of Mexico. ;)
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| October 17, 2009, 11:20 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Haha. Your men are spoiled. Well we clearly have an advantage with seasoned veteran tank crews. My men have seen the urban warfare of Pyongyang, the Prairies of New Mexico, the mountains of Russia, the jungles of Columbia and the toughest of all, the borders of Mexico. ;)

We as in us.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:20 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Haha. Your men are spoiled. Well we clearly have an advantage with seasoned veteran tank crews. My men have seen the urban warfare of Pyongyang, the Prairies of New Mexico, the mountains of Russia, the jungles of Columbia and the toughest of all, the borders of Mexico. ;)


You've been around a lot longer than us. This is the baptism by fire, if you will, for us. We almost had it in Russia, but no resistance was shown (except by a bear). And war with the CAS was narrowly dodged. So this is it for us.

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| October 17, 2009, 11:22 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

You've been around a lot longer than us. This is the baptism by fire, if you will, for us. We almost had it in Russia, but no resistance was shown (except by a bear). And war with the CAS was narrowly dodged. So this is it for us.

I meant we as in me and you.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:23 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
I meant we as in me and you.


Oh.

/facedesk

Well, your crews have more experience, that's for sure. This is our first real war. So, let's get this done.

Shelton, get your reconisiance to work, your missiles need targets.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:27 pm
Planes are going to take off in 30 minutes to recon the Prussian States. They will then return when finished at 8 a.m.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:30 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Oh.

/facedesk

Well, your crews have more experience, that's for sure. This is our first real war. So, let's get this done.

Shelton, get your reconisiance to work, your missiles need targets.

Well my men will arrive in Pennsylvania in 30 minutes. The first few hundred or so shall be taking out key radio broadcast antennas and cell-phone towers. That should get the civilian population in turmoil.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:30 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Well my men will arrive in Pennsylvania in 30 minutes. The first few hundred or so shall be taking out key radio broadcast antennas and cell-phone towers. That should get the civilian population in turmoil.


"OMG, like, I can't get my phone, to like, send a text message, I mean, like, what will I do without it? How can I even talk to people, like, in the real world? It'd be like, akward, like!"

In Pacific Union, cell phone texts you!

Then nationalism pops up with a crowbar and says "Join me, and together we can rule the world!" Then nationalism replaces consumerism... Makine the PCU more in place in 1910 then 2010. Which makes 2035 a very different world.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:33 pm
Looks like Maryland's just one big 'ol bundle of joy! (or of pent up killing power) My defense (emphasis on the word defense) forces currently include 20 MIM-104 Patriot SAM systems, 25 Challenger 3 MBT's, 40 Warrior IFV's, 30 artillery systems, multiple Land Rover's and support vehicles, 5,000 infantrymen, and a Carrier Battle Group stationed in the Chesapeake Bay.
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| October 17, 2009, 11:55 pm
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Quoting Shôçk Añd Awé
Looks like Maryland's just one big 'ol bundle of joy! (or of pent up killing power) My defense (emphasis on the word defense) forces currently include 20 MIM-104 Patriot SAM systems, 25 Challenger 3 MBT's, 40 Warrior IFV's, 30 artillery systems, multiple Land Rover's and support vehicles, 5,000 infantrymen, and a Carrier Battle Group stationed in the Chesapeake Bay.


We're not interested in Maryland. But can we go through it, or do we have to go around?

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| October 18, 2009, 12:02 am
Due to unforseen delays, the missles just now impacted 5 minutes ago. Preliminary reports from the ground observers say that the missles "impacted at perpendicualar angles and made a huge explosion." These mislles will do.
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| October 18, 2009, 12:54 am
The F/A 39s are about 2 hours from the coast. When they arrive, our fighters will take photographs of the cities and then the bombers will come and bomb the potential targets.
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| October 18, 2009, 12:57 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

We're not interested in Maryland. But can we go through it, or do we have to go around?

What I meant was with all of the SSW and Texas forces stationed in Maryland; not that you guys were going to attack it or something of the like. Feel free to go right on through.
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| October 18, 2009, 1:12 am
Would Ireland like to join us in our quests?
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| October 18, 2009, 1:13 am
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Would Ireland like to join us in our quests?


He's Scotland.


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| October 18, 2009, 1:18 am
Frak...
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| October 18, 2009, 1:19 am
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Due to increased tensions in North America the Armenian high command has agreed to transfer two regiments of the 265th Guards Motor Rifle Division(T-95's and BMP-5's), one regiment of the 5th Tank Division(Tigranes the great MBT's and T-115's), the 10th Fighter Aviation Regiment(MiG-68's), and the 188th Assault Aviation Regiment(MiG-37's) to be split between Cuba, Hispanola and Puerto Rico.

Syria has been 95% secured. The only resistance left are extremists that refuse to allow foriegn control.

We will officially take a neutral stance on the American war we don't want to risk war with any friendly nation.
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| October 18, 2009, 11:49 am
<<<< Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

And now Texas is going against them. But what if Prussia doesn't want the territory back? That's another question...

I'm affraid so.
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| October 18, 2009, 1:45 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Alright, thanks for the update. I’ll try to keep up.

Also, STAR Corp. and the Eastern United States of America (both of which I control) are allies of Prusso-Egypt, not subordinate territories.

WHAT??? The Eastern United States of America IS subordinate to Prusso-Egypt! And don't even try to change that. There are distinct Prussian Army and Luftwaffe bases in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, Massachusetts, and Maine. There are also Egyptian Navy and Marine Corps bases in New Jersey, Virginia, Maine, and Connecticut.

However, the EUSA and all other territories of the empire are HIGHLY independent. You have a lot of freedom, but still must obey the Federal Empire and the Kaiser Pharaoh.

EVERYONE PLEASE REMEMBER THAT!!!
Thank you.

This also means that Texas is still at war with us, too.
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| October 18, 2009, 2:29 pm
Quoting Architect of Vonthako

Like I said before, I have a *real* life to live.
Well guys, it’s been mildly amusing trying this forum-game out, but now I remember why I don’t play massively-multiplayer online games: the other players expect participation, even when I have important, real-life issues to attend to.
BTW, I’m officially giving the EUSA back to Cliffe.
So yeah, you guys have fun, keep on building, etc. – I must move on.
See ya around the ‘pages!

There we go. Thank you very much :-)
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| October 18, 2009, 2:35 pm
My Shasta Battle Tanks are in full production and are being transported by Galaxy transport aircraft to land after paratroops have secured an airfield in... New York. We will attack from farther north because my considerably smaller tanks, but larger number of units can function well enough without a retreat route.

Because of being flown, not driven, the tanks shall arrive tomorrow around this time, while the paratroops in C-130's will arrive today at 9 EST.
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| October 18, 2009, 3:26 pm
Finally I get it right! the most current map of America for anyone involved or spectating this war for America's East Coast.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gus_indo/4022826899/

Now here is a fun map of troop movements by the PCU and Republic of Texas into the East. Please, view this too.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gus_indo/4022827283/in/photostream/
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| October 18, 2009, 4:08 pm
I am currently formulating my strategy. I will then mail it to Jeffrey, and battle will commence.
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| October 18, 2009, 5:31 pm
<<<< Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I am currently formulating my strategy. I will then mail it to Jeffrey, and battle will commence.

To arms then, my men & machines cry out for battle, Sir!
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| October 18, 2009, 6:53 pm
Recon Group #1 was snet over New York last night and suffered no casualities and sent all pictures of the terrain and buildings to the fleet and Governators. Missles are now bieng readied for pin-point strikes on targets.
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| October 18, 2009, 8:23 pm
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PCU officials are raising the weekly production quota, in readiment for the losses of war. Also, recruitment efforts are being stepped up. And several projects that had been pushed aside in the favor of other things shall finally get attention. Things will be most interesting...
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| October 18, 2009, 9:31 pm
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The SSW will begin increasing the rate of training for its soldiers. Some 5,000 Marines will be sent every three weeks for amphibious training in the rough, southern seas of Argentina. The SSW's rather small Navy will be heading on the same course in amounts nearing the ratio of 1.5:1. Also, training with LCGs operating from the Air Force will become more frequent. Daily operations will be occurring in the SAP and Germany. The entire Army branch will be operating training for the next two weeks with daily exercises involving all aspects of a mobilized army.

The world is changing, and so the we will adapt.
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| October 18, 2009, 10:05 pm
I just sent my entire war strategy in an e-mail to Jeffrey. He should start posting conflict information soon. Prepare to be crushed, foolish mortals!
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| October 18, 2009, 10:43 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I just sent my entire war strategy in an e-mail to Jeffrey. He should start posting conflict information soon. Prepare to be crushed, foolish mortals!


...Says the guy facing extreme American nationalism.

If only Gus and Nick were on. We need to think our strategy out more. Guess I'll write it up.

Edit: The force of PCU tanks and artillery, along with various other land based weaponry, has reached Boise, Idaho. It should take around 3-5 days for the army to reach the area of conflict.
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| October 18, 2009, 10:50 pm
Idaho's Marine Force Recon will be landing in the form of 20,000 troops at 5:15 MP time today. Bombers will now be sent out to bomb the shore, and the LCA's will be sent out at 2:15 MP time. Missle Strikes will now be fired at will.
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| October 19, 2009, 8:28 am
Idaho welcomes the passing PCU Armies with pleasure. Our question is if some odd 1,000 new recruits may hop on the convoy?
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| October 19, 2009, 8:32 am
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
...¾ a mile.

Hey! That's neat. How'd you make the 3/4 like that?
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| October 19, 2009, 4:10 pm
Using pictures taken last night duirng the recon, our bombers are now leaving. Thier target? Richmond, VA. Civilian casualties are looked down upon but we are targeting the government and military buildings. Our Command Walkers re now bieng landed on the beach and the troops are preparing for the push to Richmond.
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| October 19, 2009, 5:51 pm
To let you know, Jeffrey, there are comments in this forum directly stating that I am in direct control of Nova Scotian and Ukrainian forces. Well, maybe not the Nova Scotian forces in this forum, but in my allies group Weagle stated that his forces are under my command. So I do have full air support from Nova Scotia and Ukraine.

Also, fortification behind the front lines has commenced. The Egyptian Marines and Army as well as 10,000 more American tanks have been added. Additional companies have began producing the Abrams, and the result is wonderful.

I must also remind you of our own powerful artillery- the King Jagdtiger's 260mm main gun.
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/115287
It's not just a tank destroyer, my friend! :-) Although new artillery is in the works. Even another modification of the Bat-Hawk is in the works, and it's entirely my own design. It already has a missile bay!

Also- four different aircraft companies have emerged from the past to produce planes for the Prussian Luftwaffe. They are Lippisch, Horten, Junkers, and Henschel. Horten will now produce the Bat-Hawk as well as the new fighter I mentioned earlier once it is completed.
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| October 19, 2009, 6:41 pm
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Looks like my forces are really fast. Well, time to get to work on an airforce. In case you didn't know (because you didn't), most of my forces are striking into Iowa, Missouri, and Kentucky.
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| October 19, 2009, 6:43 pm
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Granted that Mississippi is rather secluded from the rest of free America (the remainder of the Midwest) talks have increased with the hopes of accepting the State into the SAP. No promises have been made, but so far there has been little objection to the Swiss government in the South. Of course those who reside in the area still wish for a united America, they know there are too many powers causing problems for that to happen; thus, this is a future goal. Mississippi has already realized this along with the fact that the SSW is stable enough to boost the area's economy while being able defend the area tooth and nail.

Moving along, scheduling difficulties have temporarily halted the tankbuster project. Still, it will most likely be completed seeing as though a dedicated craft is long sought for to ease up MCAP production rates in favor of expanding the SSW AF (SRAF, or Sovereign Republics Air Force).

In notion of military subjects, the training exercises told of yesterday have commenced amongst the Army and Air Force branches. Several arms companies have taken this time to test weapon prototypes and refine old ones. Also, the ammunition industry should see a boost granted blanks and training (chalk and paint) rounds will be needed in large amounts to be distributed among the according branches. The Navy and Marine forces should arrive in Argentina anywhere from Thursday to Sunday granted the nearing winter storms are brewing and seas are getting choppy.

It has also been decided that several new military installations shall be built in S. Africa to help the construction industry rack in a few dollars while providing the double-whammy of defense. Border feuds will always be a problem amongst the African people so having an ace-in-the-hole to fight this is always a good idea. Plus, Ukraine is on a roll in the area; this does not mean the SSW views them as a threat to our survival, just making sure I cover all bases.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:01 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Granted that Mississippi is rather secluded from the rest of free America (the remainder of the Midwest) talks have increased with the hopes of accepting the State into the SAP. No promises have been made, but so far there has been little objection to the Swiss government in the South. Of course those who reside in the area still wish for a united America, they know there are too many powers causing problems for that to happen; thus, this is a future goal. Mississippi has already realized this along with the fact that the SSW is stable enough to boost the area's economy while being able defend the area tooth and nail.

Moving along, scheduling difficulties have temporarily halted the tankbuster project. Still, it will most likely be completed seeing as though a dedicated craft is long sought for to ease up MRNC production rates in favor of expanding the SSW AF (SRAF, or Sovereign Republics Air Force).

In notion of military subjects, the training exercises told of yesterday have commenced amongst the Army and Air Force branches. Several arms companies have taken this time to test weapon prototypes and refine old ones. Also, the ammunition industry should see a boost granted blanks and training (chalk and paint) rounds will be needed in large amounts to be distributed among the according branches. The Navy and Marine forces should arrive in Argentina anywhere from Thursday to Sunday granted the nearing winter storms are brewing and seas are getting choppy.

It has also been decided that several new military installations shall be built in S. Africa to help the construction industry rack in a few dollars while providing the double-whammy of defense. Border feuds will always be a problem amongst the African people so having an ace-in-the-hole to fight this is always a good idea. Plus, Ukraine is on a roll in the area; this does not mean the SSW views them as a threat to our survival, just making sure I cover all bases.

Texas is looking to buy some air craft to support or men. We hear you've got some good aircraft. :P
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| October 19, 2009, 9:19 pm
All of the forces are now accounted for. 20,000 marines are now on the Virginia Beach and on the way to Richmond...
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| October 19, 2009, 9:24 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Texas is looking to buy some air craft to support or men. We hear you've got some good aircraft. :P

They're reasonable, yes. What field are you looking into: helicopters or airplanes? If it's the latter, Armenia has a great deal more up for grabs compared to the SSW's single fixed-wing MCAP. However, if it's the first case then the SSW would be more than happy to export some of its airframes.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:28 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
All of the forces are now accounted for. 20,000 marines are now on the Virginia Beach and on the way to Richmond...

Good good. My men are sieging Philadelphia and Pittsburgh as we speak. We expect to control Pennsylvania by tomorrow as with New Hampshire. Texas has had the least casualties of any Texas battle fought so far with only three deaths. The war is going well on our side.
In other almost half of the East coast is in panic with the loss of cell phone service and public radio. The governor of Pennsylvania has declared a state of calamity/paranoia.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:32 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Also, fortification behind the front lines has commenced. The Egyptian Marines and Army as well as 10,000 more American tanks have been added. Additional companies have began producing the Abrams, and the result is wonderful.

I must also remind you of our own powerful artillery- the King Jagdtiger's 260mm main gun.
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/115287
It's not just a tank destroyer, my friend! :-) Although new artillery is in the works. Even another modification of the Bat-Hawk is in the works, and it's entirely my own design. It already has a missile bay!



That little tank, and it's stubby gun can go through 15 feet of armor? I guess my HA-1 artillery can go through 30 feet of armor, seeing as it's twice the size...

Also, though the Abrams is a beast tank today, it's 55 years old in 2035. Hardly a match for our Shasta MBTs of HAT-1 Rainiers.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:32 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Then Georgia!!!

check my map, dude! it says right there!
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| October 19, 2009, 9:35 pm
The charge to Richmond should take an hour and a half. Missle launchs are imminent...
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| October 19, 2009, 9:36 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
They're reasonable, yes. What field are you looking into: helicopters or airplanes? If it's the latter, Armenia has a great deal more up for grabs compared to the SSW's single fixed-wing MCAP. However, if it's the first case then the SSW would be more than happy to export some of its airframes.

We need helicopters, we need them fast, and we need them armed. We are willing to pay you whatever you desire, at a reasonable price. We can offer oil or money you choose. We also specialize in wind energy.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:36 pm
Texas, we have helicopters that may interest you...
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| October 19, 2009, 9:38 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
We need helicopters, we need them fast, and we need them armed. We are willing to pay you whatever you desire, at a reasonable price. We can offer oil or money you choose. We also specialize in wind energy.

If you are looking for an armored helicopter there is none better than the MI-68. Plus it can carry heavy weapons and troops at the same time. I would also like to offer you the Yak-143 freestyle as a competator to the SSW MCAP.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:46 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
@ Texas, the MU offers sale of it's diverse air force. What are you in the market for? We've got attack planes, attack helicopters, transport helicopters, stealth strike fighters, and many more. Take a look around if you're interested.

Whoops. I forgot about the MU; that's not good. My apologies, I really did mean to mention you.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:49 pm
SSW, is the deal to PCU about us recieving 30 MCAPs you made at the beginning of the ER conflict?
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| October 19, 2009, 9:51 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Good good. My men are sieging Philadelphia and Pittsburgh as we speak. We expect to control Pennsylvania by tomorrow as with New Hampshire. Texas has had the least casualties of any Texas battle fought so far with only three deaths. The war is going well on our side.
In other almost half of the East coast is in panic with the loss of cell phone service and public radio. The governor of Pennsylvania has declared a state of calamity/paranoia.

Your claims are absolutely ridiculous. The front lines are no where NEAR Pennsylvania, they are in fact more near the Mississippi River. It is alos nearly impossible for you to have even landed on the east coast. The large Egyptian Navy fleet of America would have promptly stopped you, and me and my allies's air forces would also have destroyed any forces attempting to land on the coast.

Besides, Jeffrey is the only one allowed to post conflict events. The combatants are only allowed to give orders to their forces and change strategies.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:53 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
We need helicopters, we need them fast, and we need them armed. We are willing to pay you whatever you desire, at a reasonable price. We can offer oil or money you choose. We also specialize in wind energy.

If you're looking for a light, agile, and efficient gunship, then the LCG is the reasonable choice. Crewed by one and easily adaptive, the LCG is quite price-effective. Also, it has good fuel economy. :-P Anyhow, if you're looking for something along the same line that can carry troops as well, the AAUC would be the best thing the SSW can offer. Even so, the MU and Armenia boast larger Air Forces (with a lot more diversity as well) than may offer you more fruit, so to speak. Still, shipping prices would be reduced if you do choose an SSW craft seeing as though we have factories in the SAP that can roll a few couple dozen craft off the line within a week's time.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:54 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
SSW, is the deal to PCU about us recieving 30 MCAPs you made at the beginning of the ER conflict?

The SSW promised 30 MCAPs to the PCU during its expansion order into British Columbia. However, the order was never finalized; however, it is still up for grabs.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:55 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Your claims are absolutely ridiculous. The front lines are no where NEAR Pennsylvania, they are in fact more near the Mississippi River. It is alos nearly impossible for you to have even landed on the east coast. The large Egyptian Navy fleet of America would have promptly stopped you, and me and my allies's air forces would also have destroyed any forces attempting to land on the coast.

Besides, Jeffrey is the only one allowed to post conflict events. The combatants are only allowed to give orders to their forces and change strategies.


Hmm... I don't recall mention of any Egyptian fleet of America's coast, nor was it posted in Jeffrey's comment. And if it was, I missed it twice.
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| October 19, 2009, 9:57 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Your claims are absolutely ridiculous. The front lines are no where NEAR Pennsylvania, they are in fact more near the Mississippi River. It is alos nearly impossible for you to have even landed on the east coast. The large Egyptian Navy fleet of America would have promptly stopped you, and me and my allies's air forces would also have destroyed any forces attempting to land on the coast.

Besides, Jeffrey is the only one allowed to post conflict events. The combatants are only allowed to give orders to their forces and change strategies.

Oh to the contrary, the moderator, Jeffery Smith, said that I did infact land and that the front line is near Pennsylvania...
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| October 19, 2009, 9:58 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Your claims are absolutely ridiculous. The front lines are no where NEAR Pennsylvania, they are in fact more near the Mississippi River. It is alos nearly impossible for you to have even landed on the east coast. The large Egyptian Navy fleet of America would have promptly stopped you, and me and my allies's air forces would also have destroyed any forces attempting to land on the coast.

Besides, Jeffrey is the only one allowed to post conflict events. The combatants are only allowed to give orders to their forces and change strategies.

Last time I checked, ALL of my infantry came from Maryland a massive force near 12,000 men is in fact at the doors of Philadelphia. My tank forces however are battling on the Mississippi River. Your claims are actually the absurd ones because you have not spoken about any such Fleet off the coast of the EUSA province. My claims are realistic, for my men attacked only three four days ago and Armadillo jeeps and M113A3s can travel to Philly in one long day if I am correct. But with the few resistance forces fighting us it has taken a while. However I do have a task force that left for NYC on Saturday.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:05 pm
Paratroops landed and secured civilian airfields and airports in central New York. Troops and tanks landed at said airfields. Little enemy resistance encountered and tanks rolling out eastward. New York, New York is in our sights. See a map (yeah, another one) for details on streets routes and more mumbo jumbo.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/gus_indo/4028203652/?addedcomment=1#comment72157622498338121

EDIT- sorry, I know Jeffrey should be doing this much, but as the fighting was more militia units than armies, its was only too easy. I'll only direct from here on.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:06 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Last time I checked, ALL of my infantry came from Maryland a massive force near 12,000 men is in fact at the doors of Philadelphia. My tank forces however are battling on the Mississippi River. Your claims are actually the absurd ones because you have not spoken about any such Fleet off the coast of the EUSA province. My claims are realistic, for my men attacked only three four days ago and Armadillo jeeps and M113A3s can travel to Philly in one long day if I am correct. But with the few resistance forces fighting us it has taken a while. However I do have a task force that left for NYC on Saturday.

What do you think of my offer of Mi-68's, and Yak-143's?
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| October 19, 2009, 10:10 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

That little tank, and it's stubby gun can go through 15 feet of armor? I guess my HA-1 artillery can go through 30 feet of armor, seeing as it's twice the size...

Also, though the Abrams is a beast tank today, it's 55 years old in 2035. Hardly a match for our Shasta MBTs of HAT-1 Rainiers.

I said 15in. of armor? Sorry, I was inaccurate. I'll have to change that. Thank you.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:10 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
If you're looking for a light, agile, and efficient gunship, then the LCG is the reasonable choice. Crewed by one and easily adaptive, the LCG is quite price-effective. Also, it has good fuel economy. :-P Anyhow, if you're looking for something along the same line that can carry troops as well, the AAUC would be the best thing the SSW can offer. Even so, the MU and Armenia boast larger Air Forces (with a lot more diversity as well) than may offer you more fruit, so to speak. Still, shipping prices would be reduced if you do choose an SSW craft seeing as though we have factories in the SAP that can roll a few couple dozen craft off the line within a week's time.

How's about 16 AAUCs over the course of a mont at about 30 million a piece? Is that too much money?
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| October 19, 2009, 10:11 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
What do you think of my offer of Mi-68's, and Yak-143's?

Hmm, how many are you willing to sell?
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| October 19, 2009, 10:15 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I said 15in. of armor? Sorry, I was inaccurate. I'll have to change that. Thank you.


Ah, 15 inches is more reasonable. Well, anything less than 15 feet is. Let's see how those Jagedwhatevertigers of yours hold up to the heaviest tank in the world...
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| October 19, 2009, 10:15 pm
We will add our 15 HAT-1s to our Richmond Charge. Also, 260 Bolters are bieng C-130'd out to the landing zone as we speak...
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| October 19, 2009, 10:18 pm
<<<< Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
To let you know, Jeffrey, there are comments in this forum directly stating that I am in direct control of Nova Scotian and Ukrainian forces. Well, maybe not the Nova Scotian forces in this forum, but in my allies group Weagle stated that his forces are under my command. So I do have full air support from Nova Scotia and Ukraine.


Field Marshal Cliffe, you now have control of ALL of my men, just give the order and we will carry it out, Sir.

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| October 19, 2009, 10:19 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
How's about 16 AAUCs over the course of a mont at about 30 million a piece? Is that too much money?

We can have 16 AAUCs sent within this week given the SSW have at least three dozen in its reserves in the SAP. However, the price is a little on the high side. $1.8 million USD is more likely for a singular price. Your grand total should come out to be just under $30 million USD at the price of $28.8 million USD.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:19 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Ah, 15 inches is more reasonable. Well, anything less than 15 feet is. Let's see how those Jagedwhatevertigers of yours hold up to the heaviest tank in the world...

And the second heaviest, don't forget Sam Houston.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:20 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Hmm, how many are you willing to sell?

How many do you want to buy of each?
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| October 19, 2009, 10:22 pm
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What's with everyone boasting super-thick tanks? We've evolved beyond that to incorporate ceramic-composite armor so that we wouldn't have wast resources on making rather thick tanks.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:24 pm
ALRIGHT THEN!
If you guys are all making your own claims, I'll just make some of my own.

Before the Californian paratroopers could have a chance to drop, they were immediately shot down by the patrolling Nova Scotian Global Raptors and Prussian Black Eagles.

A panzer division and a battalion of American tanks, backed up by American IFVs and Prussian half-tracks, has smashed through the enemy lines in Pennsylvania. The enemy is being pushed into New Jersey, where a large Egyptian Navy battle force awaits to cut off their escape and shell them into oblivion.

Prussian and American troops have now dug themselves in well along the front lines. With the support of King Jagdtigers, they have managed to regain one mile of the ground they lost. Fresh panzers from Illinois and Indiana factories are also being pumped into the front lines.

Mentuhotep-class nuclear submarineshttp://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/140240 have been given the order to launch their missiles. The ones in the Gulf of Mexico are targeting masses of enemy forces on the western front. Subs just outside port in Virginia and Maine will fire upon the retreating Texan forces, who are indeed putting up a major fight.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:27 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
What's with everyone boasting super-thick tanks? We've evolved beyond that to incorporate ceramic-composite armor so that we wouldn't have wast resources on making rather thick tanks.


Did you consider the possibility of thick ceramic composite armor?
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| October 19, 2009, 10:29 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
ALRIGHT THEN!
If you guys are all making your own claims, I'll just make some of my own.

Before the Californian paratroopers could have a chance to drop, they were immediately shot down by the patrolling Nova Scotian Global Raptors and Prussian Black Eagles.

A panzer division and a battalion of American tanks, backed up by American IFVs and Prussian half-tracks, has smashed through the enemy lines in Pennsylvania. The enemy is being pushed into New Jersey, where a large Egyptian Navy battle force awaits to cut off their escape and shell them into oblivion.

Prussian and American troops have now dug themselves in well along the front lines. With the support of King Jagdtigers, they have managed to regain one mile of the ground they lost. Fresh panzers from Illinois and Indiana factories are also being pumped into the front lines.

Mentuhotep-class nuclear submarineshttp://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/140240 have been given the order to launch their missiles. The ones in the Gulf of Mexico are targeting masses of enemy forces on the western front. Subs just outside port in Virginia and Maine will fire upon the retreating Texan forces, who are indeed putting up a major fight.


I hope those aren't nukes you're launching.

And for the record, I never made any claims, so looks like I'm exempt from your God-moding (roleplay term).

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| October 19, 2009, 10:31 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
ALRIGHT THEN!
If you guys are all making your own claims, I'll just make some of my own.

Before the Californian paratroopers could have a chance to drop, they were immediately shot down by the patrolling Nova Scotian Global Raptors and Prussian Black Eagles.

A panzer division and a battalion of American tanks, backed up by American IFVs and Prussian half-tracks, has smashed through the enemy lines in Pennsylvania. The enemy is being pushed into New Jersey, where a large Egyptian Navy battle force awaits to cut off their escape and shell them into oblivion.

Prussian and American troops have now dug themselves in well along the front lines. With the support of King Jagdtigers, they have managed to regain one mile of the ground they lost. Fresh panzers from Illinois and Indiana factories are also being pumped into the front lines.

Mentuhotep-class nuclear submarineshttp://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/140240 have been given the order to launch their missiles. The ones in the Gulf of Mexico are targeting masses of enemy forces on the western front. Subs just outside port in Virginia and Maine will fire upon the retreating Texan forces, who are indeed putting up a major fight.

Salt! We make a claim like where we are going next and then Mr. Smith verifies and predicts the outcome of it, n0b..
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| October 19, 2009, 10:31 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
ALRIGHT THEN!
If you guys are all making your own claims, I'll just make some of my own.

Before the Californian paratroopers could have a chance to drop, they were immediately shot down by the patrolling Nova Scotian Global Raptors and Prussian Black Eagles.

A panzer division and a battalion of American tanks, backed up by American IFVs and Prussian half-tracks, has smashed through the enemy lines in Pennsylvania. The enemy is being pushed into New Jersey, where a large Egyptian Navy battle force awaits to cut off their escape and shell them into oblivion.

Prussian and American troops have now dug themselves in well along the front lines. With the support of King Jagdtigers, they have managed to regain one mile of the ground they lost. Fresh panzers from Illinois and Indiana factories are also being pumped into the front lines.

Mentuhotep-class nuclear submarineshttp://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/140240 have been given the order to launch their missiles. The ones in the Gulf of Mexico are targeting masses of enemy forces on the western front. Subs just outside port in Virginia and Maine will fire upon the retreating Texan forces, who are indeed putting up a major fight.

Ridiculous my good man, absolutely ridiculous.
Even if you do have your subs, I will launch fleets of search and destroy boats to trap your subs. See, not so fun when you act like your five. This is like real war. There is no saying, but I blew him up first after it's already happened. Be mature and act your age.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:32 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Did you consider the possibility of thick ceramic composite armor?

You don't need thick ceramic-composite armor for the sheer fact that the angular shape will increase the deflective and defensive capabilities of the tank. It's a simple evolution of tanks.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:32 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
ALRIGHT THEN!
If you guys are all making your own claims, I'll just make some of my own.

Before the Californian paratroopers could have a chance to drop, they were immediately shot down by the patrolling Nova Scotian Global Raptors and Prussian Black Eagles.

A panzer division and a battalion of American tanks, backed up by American IFVs and Prussian half-tracks, has smashed through the enemy lines in Pennsylvania. The enemy is being pushed into New Jersey, where a large Egyptian Navy battle force awaits to cut off their escape and shell them into oblivion.

Prussian and American troops have now dug themselves in well along the front lines. With the support of King Jagdtigers, they have managed to regain one mile of the ground they lost. Fresh panzers from Illinois and Indiana factories are also being pumped into the front lines.

Mentuhotep-class nuclear submarineshttp://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/140240 have been given the order to launch their missiles. The ones in the Gulf of Mexico are targeting masses of enemy forces on the western front. Subs just outside port in Virginia and Maine will fire upon the retreating Texan forces, who are indeed putting up a major fight.


I hope those aren't nukes you're launching.

And for the record, I never made any claims, so looks like I'm exempt from your God-moding (roleplay term).

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| October 19, 2009, 10:32 pm
The Heavy Talon Fighter Squadron (Not the group I made), The Air-Razor Squadron, The Stealth Squd. & The Raptor Claw Squadron have been deployed, and have been sent to locations which are classified. However, The Heavy Talon & The Air-Razor Squadrons will be guarding the coastline along with the NAVY.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:33 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Did you consider the possibility of thick ceramic composite armor?

What he said. :P
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| October 19, 2009, 10:33 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
You don't need thick ceramic-composite armor for the sheer fact that the angular shape will increase the deflective and defensive capabilities of the tank. It's a simple evolution of tanks.


Ah, but what if you combine angles and thickness for even more armor, regardless of wether it's needed or not? Then you can face down things like my MA-1 in a HAT-1 and come out the winner.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:34 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I hope those aren't nukes you're launching.

And for the record, I never made any claims, so looks like I'm exempt from your God-moding (roleplay term).

Is it unrealistic that a fast moving light armored division could make it to Philly from Maryland in four days?
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| October 19, 2009, 10:35 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Mentuhotep-class nuclear submarineshttp://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/140240 have been given the order to launch their missiles. The ones in the Gulf of Mexico are targeting masses of enemy forces on the western front. Subs just outside port in Virginia and Maine will fire upon the retreating Texan forces, who are indeed putting up a major fight.

Wait you aren't really considering launching nuclear tipped missiles are you?
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| October 19, 2009, 10:35 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

I hope those aren't nukes you're launching.

And for the record, I never made any claims, so looks like I'm exempt from your God-moding (roleplay term).

Yes, you are exempt. You're a good boy. :-)
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| October 19, 2009, 10:36 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Is it unrealistic that a fast moving light armored division could make it to Philly from Maryland in four days?


My dad and I once drove from one end of Oregon to the other in 6 hours. Philly to Maryland is a lot less distance.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:36 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Wait you aren't really considering launching nuclear tipped missiles are you?

NO! CERTAINLY NOT! Those are conventional ballistic missiles.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:37 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

My dad and I once drove from one end of Oregon to the other in 6 hours. Philly to Maryland is a lot less distance.

And then from Maryland to The Pitt in four days? See I could've already taken them if I wanted. BTW, Cliffe says he has the swine flu and wants us to go easy on him. ;)
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| October 19, 2009, 10:38 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
To all members involved in the current war, NO CLAIMS. Otherwise, what's the point of me moderating the conflict if anyone can simply say what they want. If you have a plan of action, email it to me or send it to me bus Flickrmail. If not, you guys are wasting time. I'm signing off now, I'll update the conflict status tomorrow afternoon.

THANK YOU SO MUCH! I've been waiting for this comment. Man, making you administrator was one of the best decisions ever made.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:38 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
NO! CERTAINLY NOT! Those are conventional ballistic missiles.

K just clearing it up. Most Nuclear powered submarines carry nuclear tipped missiles so just wondering.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:39 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Ah, but what if you combine angles and thickness for even more armor, regardless of wether it's needed or not? Then you can face down things like my MA-1 in a HAT-1 and come out the winner.

High-maneuverability will always will the battle seeing as though that means that very object will be more adaptive. Militaries no longer boast thick manners granted that very reason. Look at the evolution of the tank starting at WWI to present and you'll get the point I'm making. However, I'll simply humor you and grant neutrality in the argument.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:39 pm
Missle strikes are now bieng finally pried for launch. Firing in 15:00 minutes...
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| October 19, 2009, 10:39 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
And then from Maryland to The Pitt in four days? See I could've already taken them if I wanted. BTW, Cliffe says he has the swine flu and wants us to go easy on him. ;)

I didn't say I have it already, I said I might be getting it! I feel fine now. And please forget what I said about going easy. I'm just a bit stressed. Just don't viciously tear me to pieces, ok? Thanks.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:40 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Missle strikes are now bieng finally pried for launch. Firing in 15:00 minutes...

Ground based and sea-based lasers are primed and ready to fire upon high-speed airborne targets.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:41 pm
Quoting Major-General A.C. Weagle
<<<< Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
To let you know, Jeffrey, there are comments in this forum directly stating that I am in direct control of Nova Scotian and Ukrainian forces. Well, maybe not the Nova Scotian forces in this forum, but in my allies group Weagle stated that his forces are under my command. So I do have full air support from Nova Scotia and Ukraine.


Field Marshal Cliffe, you now have control of ALL of my men, just give the order and we will carry it out, Sir.

Thank you so much, good sir. Now everyone should know I have your support.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:42 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
High-maneuverability will always will the battle seeing as though that means that very object will be more adaptive. Militaries no longer boast thick manners granted that very reason. Look at the evolution of the tank starting at WWI to present and you'll get the point I'm making. However, I'll simply humor you and grant neutrality in the argument.


You can move, but what good does that get you when you gun's rounds bounce right off the enemy? Anyways, I guess neither of us can win. so we'll keep it at that.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:42 pm
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Ground based and sea-based lasers are primed and ready to fire upon high-speed airborne targets.

No such thing as sea-based. The navy you have was only mentioned after mine arrived. Also, the missle can out burn your laser...
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| October 19, 2009, 10:43 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
What's with everyone boasting super-thick tanks? We've evolved beyond that to incorporate ceramic-composite armor so that we wouldn't have wast resources on making rather thick tanks.

My Shasta is a pretty medium sized battle tank with a regularish cannon and armor. Its good for what it is, the Abrams of 2035.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:43 pm
Alright everybody, I must now go to bed. I wake up at 6:00 for school, so I must rest my weary self. Please don't kill Prusso-Egypt while I'm offline. Thanks everybody, and good night!

P.S.- despite all this madness, I'm still having fun.

:-)
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| October 19, 2009, 10:44 pm
As of now, the 20,000 Marines I sent to Richmond earlier have just reached the suburbs. HAT-1s are laeding the way...
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| October 19, 2009, 10:45 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Just don't viciously tear me to pieces, ok?


According to propaganda, you're the European Imperialast who wants to re-colonize America. We're supposed to be vicious.

The goverment never lies, right?
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| October 19, 2009, 10:45 pm
And about my paratroopers getting shot down yesterday... I mean today. wait, when did you claim to shoot me? they touched down at 9 yesterday MP time. your claims are late my friend. and are at the moment in Harrison and Union City. We have AA and the whole enchilada.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:46 pm
The almost forgotten IMAH is 75% done. Another week or two and our museum is finito...
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| October 19, 2009, 10:48 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

According to propaganda, you're the European Imperialast who wants to re-colonize America. We're supposed to be vicious.

The goverment never lies, right?

Check your FM for my plan of action.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:52 pm
Our NASA Delta-Flyer XA-01-A & NASA Delta-Flyer XB-0A Have been deployed and will soon be in orbit of the Earth to install a highly experimental Laser System.
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| October 19, 2009, 10:58 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

According to propaganda, you're the European Imperialast who wants to re-colonize America. We're supposed to be vicious.

The goverment never lies, right?

Yeah! *whispers*I hope they don't notice I'm doing the same basic thing...*cough* I mean, yeah. That's bad.
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| October 19, 2009, 11:02 pm
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Quoting Major-General A.C. Weagle
Our NASA Delta-Flyer XA-01-A & NASA Delta-Flyer XB-0A Have been deployed and will soon be in orbit of the Earth to install a highly experimental Laser System.


Lasers? In space? Bodes ill, this does...
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| October 19, 2009, 11:03 pm
If they have lasers, I call Hyperspace... :P
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| October 19, 2009, 11:04 pm
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