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International Conversation Forum Pt. XIX
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New Forum, same War(s).
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| November 21, 2009, 11:02 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
New Forum, same War(s).

well thats fast..
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| November 21, 2009, 11:08 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
well thats fast..

Yeah. We like to make a new one after the old hits around 200 or so comments.
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| November 21, 2009, 11:10 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Yeah. We like to make a new one after the old hits around 200 or so comments.


oh okay, hey Dr. is laser a powerfull weapon to at least damage a plane? cause its concerning one of my MOCs
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| November 21, 2009, 11:14 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

oh okay, hey Dr. is laser a powerfull weapon to at least damage a plane? cause its concerning one of my MOCs

Depends all the size. Generally, as whole, the group likes to stray away from laser systems granted we deem them as inefficient. But, if you have entirely devoted system (an entire vehicle based on just a laser) then I don't see a problem with it damaging or even destroying a plane.

Hope that answers your question.
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| November 21, 2009, 11:19 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

Hope that answers your question.


well go to this page http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/165746 and tell me what you think, is this good to go or not..i cant really Judge it. you see, i have a lot of ideas on weapon bit i seem cant decide which is appropriate to the group and which one dont...
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| November 21, 2009, 11:28 pm
Yes, I offer Nevada up as long a I get Groom Lake and it's immediate territory. That's not that big a space, and no major cities in it. Not even the size of Rhode Island. You can take Reno even.

I agree with Michael on the Cliffe issue. We shouldn't exterminate him, he's not really being a kiddie or clonetard. His MOCs could improve, sure, but that seems to have you all a bit prejudiced. Has he used superweapons? I don't recall anything of the sort. My stance: take your land, you've ganged up him like 4 to 1, but when you are done, let him live in peace.


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| November 22, 2009, 12:15 am
since nobody doing this and there is no one in there, im preparing an assault on south of china and will continue until we conquer whole china. this country has some uses for my growing nation, first fleet will depart at 03.00 hour MOC time
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| November 22, 2009, 12:34 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
since nobody doing this and there is no one in there, im preparing an assault on south of china and will continue until we conquer whole china. this country has some uses for my growing nation, first fleet will depart at 03.00 hour MOC time


Uh... lolwut... China is CAS with a millions-strong army.

Good luck.
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| November 22, 2009, 12:47 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
since nobody doing this and there is no one in there, im preparing an assault on south of china and will continue until we conquer whole china. this country has some uses for my growing nation, first fleet will depart at 03.00 hour MOC time

I would VERY highly not advise such an action. The CAS is a confederacy, and when one faction is attacked, the entire CAS counter attacks. By making war with China, you would be making war on the entire CAS. Not a good idea.
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| November 22, 2009, 1:00 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Uh... lolwut... China is CAS with a millions-strong army.

Good luck.


Thanks, my troops also need to start learning chinese, come in handy when interrogating the prisoners

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| November 22, 2009, 1:00 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout
since nobody doing this and there is no one in there, im preparing an assault on south of china and will continue until we conquer whole china. this country has some uses for my growing nation, first fleet will depart at 03.00 hour MOC time

Don't do it, Ryan... just don't. If I were you and I wanted to take over surrounding territories, I'd start with small and easy ones. Malaysia sounds like a perfect target for you; then you should work your way up southeast Asia, taking Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh. Then, if you want a big target, maybe try and go for India.
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| November 22, 2009, 1:02 am
Quoting Gus Indo
I agree with Michael on the Cliffe issue. We shouldn't exterminate him, he's not really being a kiddie or clonetard. His MOCs could improve, sure, but that seems to have you all a bit prejudiced. Has he used superweapons? I don't recall anything of the sort. My stance: take your land, you've ganged up him like 4 to 1, but when you are done, let him live in peace.


Thank you so much Gus, but about that "take your land" part... I will still never accept losing any part of Prussia or Egypt themselves.
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| November 22, 2009, 1:04 am
Quoting Jack Ford
I would VERY highly not advise such an action. The CAS is a confederacy, and when one faction is attacked, the entire CAS counter attacks. By making war with China, you would be making war on the entire CAS. Not a good idea.


Okay, The assault on china are canceled. well i though china is not part of CAS because nobody is there.. thank you Jack for your advice..

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| November 22, 2009, 1:13 am
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Thank you so much Gus, but about that "take your land" part... I will still never accept losing any part of Prussia or Egypt themselves.

I meant taking land as their objective, not exterminating you. Egypt should stay, but I'm afraid that the end to the war in Poland is a bit obvious so far. Unless you stop the war, and I think you know how.
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| November 22, 2009, 1:14 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout
Okay, The assault on china are canceled. well i though china is not part of CAS because nobody is there.. thank you Jack for your advice..


I think, people, that Ryan was under the impression that South China was unclaimed, but it is very strongly CAS controlled. Sorry to burst your bubble.
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| November 22, 2009, 1:15 am
Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Don't do it, Ryan... just don't. If I were you and I wanted to take over surrounding territories, I'd start with small and easy ones. Malaysia sounds like a perfect target for you; then you should work your way up southeast Asia, taking Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh. Then, if you want a big target, maybe try and go for India.


The Assault forces now diverted to malaysia and will depart at 02.00 Am MOC time, thanks Cliffe
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| November 22, 2009, 1:17 am
Quoting Gus Indo
Unless you stop the war, and I think you know how.

Um... how, exactly? Well, I could easily give up Poland, honestly... but never, ever, EVER, any part of my beloved, sacred Prussia.
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| November 22, 2009, 1:19 am
Quoting Ryan Blackout

The Assault forces now diverted to malaysia and will depart at 02.00 Am MOC time, thanks Cliffe

My pleasure, Ryan. I am excited to see Indonesia grow and prosper.

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| November 22, 2009, 1:20 am
Quoting Gus Indo

I think, people, that Ryan was under the impression that South China was unclaimed, but it is very strongly CAS controlled. Sorry to burst your bubble.


yeah Gus, thats what i though before...one rule i saw that unoccupied nation can be taken by attacking that particular nation.
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| November 22, 2009, 1:24 am
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For those of you who are wondering what's up with the whole CAS thingy, I would suggest looking at the first paragraph here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/45151 These are nations that have linked together into a confederacy. If one faction is attacked, the rest counter attack with overwhelming force, unmatched in immensity and technological power. I hope this clears the confusion up a bit.
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| November 22, 2009, 1:24 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

yeah Gus, thats what i though before...one rule i saw that unoccupied nation can be taken by attacking that particular nation.
Yes, I know it's confusing, but the CAS has some great benefits too. For example, if someone wants to attack you, you've got a force of over 20 million well trained infantry to defend you. (Assuming you're CAS, that is.) I hope all my jabbering is clearing things up a bit. =)

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| November 22, 2009, 1:29 am
Quoting Jeffery Smith
As always, shoot me a FM if you have any questions, comments, or changes in strategy.


Would you mind replying with a "check" to FM's, because I'm not sure if you have received/looked at some of mine.

Also, what provoked this war? I don't recall anything that had started this.
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| November 22, 2009, 9:12 pm
I will also be sending several medical teams into Prussia by helicopter, to help with the wounded.
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| November 23, 2009, 4:29 pm
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Today as of 12:00 the Republic of Ukraine has officialy declared war on Yemen and Oman. Somalian artillery batteries have opened up on coastal targets, and Destroyers from Madagascar are heading into the combat zone to hit defenses hard. MiG-29s are performing bombing runs on key targets and radar sites in both countries. An infantry landing is to be attempted tommorow morning at 5:00 AM.
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| November 23, 2009, 4:58 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Today as of 12:00 the Republic of Ukraine has officialy declared war on Yemen and Oman. Somalian artillery batteries have opened up on coastal targets, and Destroyers from Madagascar are heading into the combat zone to hit defenses hard. MiG-29s are performing bombing runs on key targets and radar sites in both countries. An infantry landing is to be attempted tommorow morning at 5:00 AM.

Jack. Would you mind im sending some of my airborne tanks? They are hungry for combat experience..
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| November 23, 2009, 6:22 pm
The Republic Vaiano

With the end of the war, it has come to my attention that the leader of the Republic Vaiano, Bruno Vaiano, has become inactive. His territory in South America is directly bordering mine, and as it turns out, people are wanting more and more South American land.
Texas has passed a vote to either annex or declare war on the neighboring countries. If Vaiano's people do not comply with my "offers."
We will begin to buffer our eastern and western borders. The northern tip of Brazil will be assaulted with several hundred Venezuelan guerrillas. Then rocket strikes will be inflicted upon the cities of Quito and Georgetown as well as a contingent of Mexican Special Forces invading Trinidad. This will be known as Operation: Latino Beast.
~Gober
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UPDATE: Guiana, Suriname, Trinidad , and Ecuador have refused to comply. Rockets strikes should begin within three hours.
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| November 23, 2009, 6:29 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I will also be sending several medical teams into Prussia by helicopter, to help with the wounded.

I will also airdroping 4 ton of food supply to egypt and prussia

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| November 23, 2009, 6:37 pm
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Well, looks like Texas is acting on a publicized war plan between the PCU and two other powers. Guess we're gonna have to step it up if we want any source of metal and oil for ourselves.

Ecuador and Peru are our targets. We'll be joining Texas in cooperation, hopefully, on the assault there. Peru has been extended an invitation to the Pacific Union under joint command of all states. Of course, they haven't been given time to respond, but let's just say "No" leads to a HAT-1's barrel pointed at certain heads. Ecuador already said no to Texas, so they'll probably say no to us. Send in the armies... From Siberian forest to Peruvian jungles. This should be a challenge for our troops.

And yes, that is where the East Russia army is going. The first troops should arrive in a matter of days if all goes well, we still have people pulling out of Chukotka, however.
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| November 23, 2009, 7:05 pm
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Quoting Jeffery Smith
In the surrender agreement, Prusso-Egypt has given the SSW territory in Poland and will be paying to reimburse the SSW losses. In Egypt, Armenia will be allowed to keep the Sinai Peninsula and both countries will have full access to the Suez, which will be monitored by MU peacekeepers to make sure things go along nicely.
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I have my demands as well. Do you want me to email them to you or list them here?

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| November 23, 2009, 10:10 pm
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Presently, the declaration of war upon Prussia still exist. The terms and circumstances of its surrender have not been met; I don't negotiate well.

Also, it seems the SSW has temporarily lost its book of rules upon warfare. In case of this, the price to replace it is some several thousand fresh enemy corpses. This will be a push similar to that of the Second Great War upon its final conflict between Japan and the United States of old. I do so hope that the enemy is resistant to napalm, foliant, anthrax, and of course all the other gases such as that of mustard gas and accompanying families of said matter.
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| November 23, 2009, 10:40 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
The Republic Vaiano

With the end of the war, it has come to my attention that the leader of the Republic Vaiano, Bruno Vaiano, has become inactive. His territory in South America is directly bordering mine, and as it turns out, people are wanting more and more South American land.
Texas has passed a vote to either annex or declare war on the neighboring countries. If Vaiano's people do not comply with my "offers."
We will begin to buffer our eastern and western borders. The northern tip of Brazil will be assaulted with several hundred Venezuelan guerrillas. Then rocket strikes will be inflicted upon the cities of Quito and Georgetown as well as a contingent of Mexican Special Forces invading Trinidad. This will be known as Operation: Latino Beast.
~Gober
<<----->>
"This message was approved by Jeffrey Smith."
~It was
<<----->>
UPDATE: Guiana, Suriname, Trinidad , and Ecuador have refused to comply. Rockets strikes should begin within three hours.

Venezuelan-Texas troops are slowly but surely inching their way through Guiana and Ecuador while Trinidad has shown little resistance. Casualties for Texas are higher than expected with reports ranging from 57 to 91 dead and wounded. We are also hiring jungle guerrillas to commandeer oil platforms for compensation. Operation: Latino Beast hast officially been changed to, Operation: Latin Thunder.
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| November 23, 2009, 10:41 pm
The war with Prussia, I'm afraid, is not over, I believe it has only begun, and now were all pawns in the game that quite possibly controls the fate of the world for the good of the people.
(A bit over-dramatic maybe.)
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| November 23, 2009, 10:52 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Jack. Would you mind im sending some of my airborne tanks? They are hungry for combat experience..

That's OK with me. I will reimburse your cost of fuel, ammo, and missiles.
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| November 23, 2009, 11:01 pm
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68 Su-51 Fafnirs, 28 Tu-225s and 2 Aircraft Carriers have set sail for Brazil, accompanied by a battleship, two destroyers and fifteen landing craft with 20,000 storm troopers. Several escort carriers with Helicopters will head for Brazil tomorrow, with Ar-59s and Su-51s flying cover. More forces will be sent later this week.

@ Awesome: I know we agreed to two weeks, but I have changed my schedule due to Texas' assault on Brazil.

In Yemen, coastal defenses have been thoroughly bombarded by destroyers, and the MiG fleet has engaged the Yemeni air force multiple times, only to have the Yemeni pilots bug out. Three F-5 Tigers have been shot down so far and one was heavily damaged, and MiG losses are at none. Ukranian Su-25 Frogfoots are moving in to support the infantry landing and put out any resistance.
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| November 23, 2009, 11:11 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
That's OK with me. I will reimburse your cost of fuel, ammo, and missiles.

Thanks Jack, ill airdrop my tanks(that's consist about 20) as soon you enter yemen. Hope you don't mind the cost though..

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| November 23, 2009, 11:14 pm
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I am granting a ceasefire upon my part until we can diplomatically settle this. The fact of the matter is this war has been fruitless compared to losses.
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| November 23, 2009, 11:21 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
68 Su-51 Fafnirs, 28 Tu-225s and 2 Aircraft Carriers have set sail for Brazil, accompanied by a battleship, two destroyers and fifteen landing craft with 20,000 storm troopers. Several escort carriers with Helicopters will head for Brazil tomorrow, with Ar-59s and Su-51s flying cover. More forces will be sent later this week.

@ Awesome: I know we agreed to two weeks, but I have changed my schedule due to Texas' assault on Brazil.



Yea, Texas kind of pushed us into action early. My troops will need to keep a good hold for the others still on their way. They should be arriving on Thursday.

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| November 23, 2009, 11:26 pm
I have several things here. I am calling off my medical flight until the war has been officially ended.


I also have some other smallish plans set up, but I'll need a few more MOCs built before I will set them in motion.

I also need to be able to FM Jeffery to discuss my plans, but as it stands right now, I am still very new to Flickr and do not know Jefferey's account or how to even use flickrmail. Jeffery if you would be so kind as to enlighten me, I have some matters I need to discuss.
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| November 23, 2009, 11:27 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
I also need to be able to FM Jeffery to discuss my plans, but as it stands right now, I am still very new to Flickr and do not know Jefferey's account or how to even use flickrmail. Jeffery if you would be so kind as to enlighten me, I have some matters I need to discuss.

-Jeffery's FM address is: pmjredsox
-In order to use FM you must of course have an account.
-After logging in, if you click "You" at the top toolbar under the title of Flickr and then after entering "You" find where it says "Flickr Mail" at the bottom.
-From there you should find an item that says "Compose a new message".
-Click it.
-Type in Jeffery's FM address where it says "To:" and the line below that is for your subject and the box below that is for your text.
-After writing you message just click "Send This" and you'll be set.
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| November 23, 2009, 11:41 pm
I shall send my attack force pulling out from Chukokta to reenforce Awe's troops in the Peruvian jungles.
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| November 23, 2009, 11:59 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I have several things here. I am calling off my medical flight until the war has been officially ended.


I also have some other smallish plans set up, but I'll need a few more MOCs built before I will set them in motion.


I also need to be able to FM Jeffery to discuss my plans, but as it stands right now, I am still very new to Flickr and do not know Jefferey's account or how to even use flickrmail. Jeffery if you would be so kind as to enlighten me, I have some matters I need to discuss.


But I though war has ended. If not I'm also pulling back my food supply.

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| November 24, 2009, 12:12 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

But I though war has ended. If not I'm also pulling back my food supply.

The war in europe is over but the war in africa is still on.
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| November 24, 2009, 12:19 am
Quoting Cole Atelian
The war in europe is over but the war in africa is still on.

But Its between who?
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| November 24, 2009, 1:26 am
Quoting Cole Atelian
The war in europe is over but the war in africa is still on.

Can we end it if I let you have the Sinai and Libya, if you want it?
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| November 24, 2009, 7:41 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
-Jeffery's FM address is: pmjredsox
-In order to use FM you must of course have an account.
-After logging in, if you click "You" at the top toolbar under the title of Flickr and then after entering "You" find where it says "Flickr Mail" at the bottom.
-From there you should find an item that says "Compose a new message".
-Click it.
-Type in Jeffery's FM address where it says "To:" and the line below that is for your subject and the box below that is for your text.
-After writing you message just click "Send This" and you'll be set.

Thank you doctor.
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| November 24, 2009, 7:51 am
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Can we end it if I let you have the Sinai and Libya, if you want it?

did jack FM you my demands?
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| November 24, 2009, 10:38 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
But Its between who?

Dr. S and Cole are attacking Prusso-Egypt. Besides that nobody else if involved, but that may change soon.
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| November 24, 2009, 12:19 pm
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Ukrainian Storm Troopers have made a succesfull landing in Yemen and due to lack of resistance have managed to push 3 miles inland. So far no casualties have occured on either side.
My second fleet heading to Brazil left port this morning, and is underway to invade Brazil.
15,000 Storm Troopers have been moved to Ethiopia to await the possible conflict ahead. If war breaks out they will reinforced by Storm Troopers of the Ukranian Foreign Legion, currently in Somalia. SAM batteries and AAA ghave been shipped to my ports in Libya and Morocco to defend against any airborne threats.
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| November 24, 2009, 12:25 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Ukrainian Storm Troopers have made a succesfull landing in Yemen and due to lack of resistance have managed to push 3 miles inland. So far no casualties have occured on either side.
My second fleet heading to Brazil left port this morning, and is underway to invade Brazil.
15,000 Storm Troopers have been moved to Ethiopia to await the possible conflict ahead. If war breaks out they will reinforced by Storm Troopers of the Ukranian Foreign Legion, currently in Somalia. SAM batteries and AAA ghave been shipped to my ports in Libya and Morocco to defend against any airborne threats.

Well then jack. Im sending 10 AMTs now. They should arrive in about 5 hours. Jack, Where should i drop my tanks?
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| November 24, 2009, 6:32 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
did jack FM you my demands?

I can give you Libya, but everything else doesn't go. Sudan, now Kush, has become a vital part of Prusso-Egypt. Also, in any situation, making a country reduce the numbers of its military is useless- they're just going to come back up. Instead of Sudan, will you take the Sinai?
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| November 24, 2009, 6:47 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
15,000 Storm Troopers have been moved to Ethiopia to await the possible conflict ahead. If war breaks out they will reinforced by Storm Troopers of the Ukranian Foreign Legion, currently in Somalia. SAM batteries and AAA ghave been shipped to my ports in Libya and Morocco to defend against any airborne threats.

What upcoming conflict...?
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| November 24, 2009, 6:49 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
Also, in any situation, making a country reduce the numbers of its military is useless- they're just going to come back up.

Reducing a nation's armed forces is permanent. As in case of WWII, the Allies set limits as to the naval size, weight of the ships, number of troops and things of the like after WWI. Once Germany broke those, a proposition of war was being conceived because of Germany's exponential growth; but, of course Germany commenced its assault quickly. Point being, you are not allowed to increase your number of troops without breaking the circumstances poised toward you and consequences fall en suite.
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| November 24, 2009, 7:03 pm
Im Sorry about my hiatus guys (i cant even remember when i even signed on last) but im Am so lost in the affairs right now. My school has given me hw until the day i die so ive got a minute to ask, "wat the friggen heck is going on!!" jkjk so wat is going on,
-Mav
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| November 24, 2009, 7:17 pm
Quoting Jeffery Smith
Quoting Maverick Mitchell
Im Sorry about my hiatus guys (i cant even remember when i even signed on last) but im Am so lost in the affairs right now. My school has given me hw until the day i die so ive got a minute to ask, "wat the friggen heck is going on!!" jkjk so wat is going on,
-Mav
The SSW and Armenia brough war to Prusso-Egypt and are now involved in negotiating some final aspects of a truce. Should the truce go through all the way, Prusso-Egypt will become a member of the UEN which should benefit you Mav. Ukraine is involved in some conquests in Yemen and Oman and the PCU and Texas are en route to an invasion of South American countries. The PCU has pulled out of its territory in Russia. That's about all that's going on.

thanx, Jeff, I owe you one. btw who won the war between prusso egypt and Armenia and the SSW?
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| November 24, 2009, 7:33 pm
Quoting Maverick Mitchell
thanx, Jeff, I owe you one. btw who won the war between prusso egypt and Armenia and the SSW?

Armenia and the SSW won.
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| November 24, 2009, 7:36 pm
Quoting Thomas N
Armenia and the SSW won.

ok thanx
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| November 24, 2009, 7:39 pm
With Texas forces pushing forward constantly things are going very well. For good measure, we will also be sending several AC130s full of Marines.
News from the war;
Trinidad fell in the wee hours of the morning and half of Guiana has been seized by our guerrillas.
North Brazil is the hard part. The rocket strikes were ineffective, and we are seeing heavy resistance from Brazilian-guerrilla-cartels. Some surplus AMX-30s and Mi35s should clear the way though.
@Jack, I do not intend to capture all of Brazil, just the northern tip.
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| November 24, 2009, 7:43 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Armenia and the SSW won.

Don't be so sure. As it seems the war is still going, there's no saying what will happen. Once invading forces have hit the Egytian mainland (excluding the Sinai peninsula,) I'm joining in in the defense of Prusso-Egypt. To the best of my knowledge, the war in Europe has ceased, so I don't think that's much of a problem anymore.
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| November 24, 2009, 8:08 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
I can give you Libya, but everything else doesn't go. Sudan, now Kush, has become a vital part of Prusso-Egypt. Also, in any situation, making a country reduce the numbers of its military is useless- they're just going to come back up. Instead of Sudan, will you take the Sinai?

I already control the sinai so that is not part of our dealings. I will start a new thread dedicated to our dealings.
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| November 24, 2009, 8:10 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Don't be so sure. As it seems the war is still going, there's no saying what will happen. Once invading forces have hit the Egytian mainland (excluding the Sinai peninsula,) I'm joining in in the defense of Prusso-Egypt. To the best of my knowledge, the war in Europe has ceased, so I don't think that's much of a problem anymore.

does that include air strikes?
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| November 24, 2009, 8:11 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Well then jack. Im sending 10 AMTs now. They should arrive in about 5 hours. Jack, Where should i drop my tanks?

My forces are now 5 miles inland, so around there would be ideal.
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| November 24, 2009, 8:19 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
does that include air strikes?

Yes, it does. In the case of war (which I'm not looking forward too) I would be flying Tu-225s, Su-51s and an assortment of helicopters into the combat zone regularily. I also have tanks and soldiers in Somalia which would be directed up to Egypt as well.
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| November 24, 2009, 8:22 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Yes, it does. In the case of war (which I'm not looking forward too) I would be flying Tu-225s, Su-51s and an assortment of helicopters into the combat zone regularily. I also have tanks and soldiers in Somalia which would be directed up to Egypt as well.

so if tim doesn't agree to my demands and i invade sudan i can't strike reinforcements in egypt?
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| November 24, 2009, 8:28 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
My forces are now 5 miles inland, so around there would be ideal.

Can you insure that our forces will not fire upon each other?
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| November 24, 2009, 8:30 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Can you insure that our forces will not fire upon each other?

Oh OOPS. I'm 5 miles inland in Yemen. I haven't even reached Brazil yet, and it will probably take a week to reach Brazil.
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| November 24, 2009, 8:37 pm
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Quoting Cole Atelian
so if tim doesn't agree to my demands and i invade sudan i can't strike reinforcements in egypt?

Well... hmmm... I hadn't thought of that. I would have to beat my way through your lines to reach Egypt anyway if you reached Sudan, so I would be fairly incapable of doing anything about your lightning raids into Egypt. Technically, they are forbidden, but it's nearly impossible for me to enforce that.
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| November 24, 2009, 8:41 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
My forces are now 5 miles inland, so around there would be ideal.

Okay. Due the weather, AMTs will arrive 2 hours earlier than planned. Also 10 more are coming, will arrive around 00.00 am moc time

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| November 24, 2009, 8:41 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Oh OOPS. I'm 5 miles inland in Yemen. I haven't even reached Brazil yet, and it will probably take a week to reach Brazil.

Oh. Okay. Sorry about that. But it would be nice to know beforehand.
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| November 24, 2009, 8:44 pm
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Alas, the war in Europe has ended and both sides have come to a consensus. However, the SSW must still monitor the new borders and make sure the circumstances set have been met. My forces will be withdrawing to Germany and the SSW portion of Poland which is lies three miles south of Poland in an exact parallel. My government has agreed to rebuild collateral damages 50 miles out from Germany in the Prussian territory if they so choose to allow us so. Ration relief will also be given to refugees caused by the war.

Also, the SSW has agreed to allow Prussia into the UEN if other members so choose to as well. It's a union gentlemen, suffrage must be voiced in order for things to get done.
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| November 24, 2009, 10:47 pm
Quoting Maverick Mitchell
ok thanx

And you could have BEEN THERE to HELP ME if you finished your homework more quickly... JK!!! LOL!

:-P
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| November 24, 2009, 10:48 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Alas, the war in Europe has ended and both sides have come to a consensus. However, the SSW must still monitor the new borders and make sure the circumstances set have been met. My forces will be withdrawing to Germany and the SSW portion of Poland which is lies three miles south of Poland in an exact parallel. My government has agreed to rebuild collateral damages 50 miles out from Germany in the Prussian territory if they so choose to allow us so. Ration relief will also be given to refugees caused by the war.

Also, the SSW has agreed to allow Prussia into the UEN if other members so choose to as well. It's a union gentlemen, suffrage must be voiced in order for things to get done.

You are welcome to help, doctor. I hope we can become good allies again in the future.
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| November 24, 2009, 10:51 pm
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Quoting Field Marshal Cliffe
You are welcome to help, doctor. I hope we can become good allies again in the future.

Indeed, indeed. The SSW will begin handing pamphlets out explaining the situation and relief locations. Complete reconstruction may take until end-year of 2010. Commerce will hopefully resume as normal.

On note of said subject, the SSW would like to expand trade with the Baltic Union. There wasn't much room for it in the get-go granted the war commenced upon its entry.
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| November 24, 2009, 10:55 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Indeed, indeed. The SSW will begin handing pamphlets out explaining the situation and relief locations. Complete reconstruction may take until end-year of 2010. Commerce will hopefully resume as normal.

On note of said subject, the SSW would like to expand trade with the Baltic Union. There wasn't much room for it in the get-go granted the war commenced upon its entry.

I'd be glad to doctor. I am just starting out, and it would be a great thing to have as many trading partners as possible.
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| November 24, 2009, 11:00 pm
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@ Baltic Union: We would be glad to open trade as well...though I must express my ignorance as to what sort of resources are found in the Baltic...

We have seafood, lumber, various ores, and crude and/or refined petroleum in abundance, so if you'd like to trade anything we'd be glad to.
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| November 24, 2009, 11:26 pm
My forces of 20 AMTs are now airdroping over yemen,exactly on LZ planed by Jack. They will join JacK's forces shortly..
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| November 25, 2009, 12:11 am
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After several weeks (hours, in reality) of literally back breaking work (I'm going to be needed lumbar support for the next two days I bet), the PCU has finished it's newest overkill project: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4132982320/

Unamed tank with 4 variations. Check it out, it'll be coming to a battlefield near you soon.

But wait! There's more! It's on MOCpages! http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/168054
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| November 25, 2009, 12:21 am
The Republic of Indonesia are planning an assault on Malaysia. But before that, we have some need-to-Buy list.. it includes:
- new bombers for my Airforce( immediate demand)
- new self-propelled artillery for Army



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| November 25, 2009, 8:23 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Indeed, indeed. The SSW will begin handing pamphlets out explaining the situation and relief locations. Complete reconstruction may take until end-year of 2010. Commerce will hopefully resume as normal.
You can use those 5,000 Scotts as PeaceKeepers if you'd like. There's sure to be some flaring tempers between SSW and Prussian troops. I suppose the Scottish Navy can "stand-down" now and remove its blockade of the waters?

On another note, Scotland will be releasing the first of her military's new vehicles in a few weeks time.
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| November 25, 2009, 1:48 pm
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Quoting Shk Ad Aw
You can use those 5,000 Scotts as PeaceKeepers if you'd like. There's sure to be some flaring tempers between SSW and Prussian troops. I suppose the Scottish Navy can "stand-down" now and remove its blockade of the waters?

I will indeed utilize your Scottish expeditionary force as a Peacekeeping force.

In other news, the SSW will be resigning its territory in the UK back to Scotland. Its people must stay close; a divided union is no union. All that's asked is that the men that were either drafted or chose to serve in Swiss armed forces complete another two years of service until they are released back into the Scottish territory and that the SSW may keep at least two military ports/stations along what is currently our territory.

The French land bought from the MU will also be released back into its own government. Same conditions apply for the servicemen acquired from the area.
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| November 25, 2009, 2:51 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
The Republic of Indonesia are planning an assault on Malaysia. But before that, we have some need-to-Buy list.. it includes:
- new bombers for my Airforce( immediate demand)
- new self-propelled artillery for Army


I can supply you with Su-51s and/or Tu-225s. Su-51s are capable of carrying 2 1,000lb bombs, and Tu-225s are capable of up to fifteen. If you find it adequate, I currently produce the most advanced helicopters in Asia. I could supply you with a number of these. They don't carry an immense bomb load, but their missile load is incredible against armoured vehicles and bunkers. The Ka-65 and Ka-63 are capable of carrying cluster bombs for anti-infantry purposes.

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| November 25, 2009, 2:57 pm
Pardon my absence guys, I have been a little occupied with Modern Warfare 2. Great game if I have to say it. Get it while you can!
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| November 25, 2009, 3:41 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Pardon my absence guys, I have been a little occupied with Modern Warfare 2. Great game if I have to say it. Get it while you can!


So that's where you've been...

Anyways, a long stream of armed forces is still on it's way to South America. IF-2S's and various other planes have been dispatched from carriers in the area, but no word on our offer has been heard from Peru. We think something might be afoot in the goverment...
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| November 25, 2009, 3:45 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Pardon my absence guys, I have been a little occupied with Modern Warfare 2. Great game if I have to say it. Get it while you can!

Errrm. Me too...
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| November 25, 2009, 5:07 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Ryan Blackout
The Republic of Indonesia are planning an assault on Malaysia. But before that, we have some need-to-Buy list.. it includes:
- new bombers for my Airforce( immediate demand)
- new self-propelled artillery for Army


I can supply you with Su-51s and/or Tu-225s. Su-51s are capable of carrying 2 1,000lb bombs, and Tu-225s are capable of up to fifteen. If you find it adequate, I currently produce the most advanced helicopters in Asia. I could supply you with a number of these. They don't carry an immense bomb load, but their missile load is incredible against armoured vehicles and bunkers. The Ka-65 and Ka-63 are capable of carrying cluster bombs for anti-infantry purposes.

I would like 4 Tu 22's and 6 Ka 65 please. Do you accept natural resources as payment? We have the finest natural resources in south east asia..

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| November 25, 2009, 7:07 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
I would like 4 Tu 22's and 6 Ka 65 please. Do you accept natural resources as payment? We have the finest natural resources in south east asia..

I would definitely acept natural recources as payment. I am overloaded with food already from my African territory, but Petroleum and rubber we would gladly accept as payment. "Major industries include petroleum and natural gas, textiles, apparel, and mining. Major agricultural products include palm oil, rice, tea, coffee, spices, and rubber." (stolen from Wikepidia.)

By the way, thank you for keeping numbers realistic!!! =P

The craft will be shipped to Indonesia immediately. *Thank you for shopping at walmart*

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| November 25, 2009, 7:45 pm
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With the war in Prussia over, the SSW will begin distributing the Su-51s obtained from Ukraine across its territories. A great deal of them will be sent to the SAP and SSA; especially since South America is fixing to get hit hard. Another large fraction will be sent to South Africa for some future "negotiations" between local governments.

Also, the Peacekeepers kept in Korea will be withdrawn and sent back to Panama. This will be the SSW's last standing in Asia for quite some time.
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| November 25, 2009, 7:55 pm
Quoting Jack Ford

By the way, thank you for keeping numbers realistic!!! =P

The craft will be shipped to Indonesia immediately. *Thank you for shopping at walmart*

Yeah of course, i like realistic.

Your payment
(rubber and oil) are en-route to Ukranian teritory. ETA 3 hours. Im also sending some RI pilots to learn how to fly Tu 225 and Ka 63.
Btw Jack. How's my tanks going on Yemen? Do they gain enough combat experience?
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| November 25, 2009, 11:04 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Yeah of course, i like realistic.

Your payment
(rubber and oil) are en-route to Ukranian teritory. ETA 3 hours. Im also sending some RI pilots to learn how to fly Tu 225 and Ka 63.
Btw Jack. How's my tanks going on Yemen? Do they gain enough combat experience?


Well, seeing as how your tanks were level 1 earlier, I'd say they're about level 20. They should be gettinging their first special talent in whatever talent tree their taking. Give it another week of nonstop power leveling, they'll probably hit 58, then they can move on to a whole new world.
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| November 25, 2009, 11:08 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
The Republic of Indonesia are planning an assault on Malaysia. But before that, we have some need-to-Buy list.. it includes:
- new bombers for my Airforce( immediate demand)
- new self-propelled artillery for Army

If you are looking for a longer range bomber I am offering you Ar-59's.
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| November 25, 2009, 11:23 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
If you are looking for a longer range bomber I am offering you Ar-59's.

Im also would like 4 of those bombers. Do you want natural resource as payment( thats the only way though..)
If you accept. I'll send my pilots for training..
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| November 25, 2009, 11:52 pm
With Prussian War ending, I will now send in a relief task force to assist, Im sending food, medical supplies, and all sorts of construction equipment to aid an rebuil Prussia.
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| November 26, 2009, 12:01 am
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Well, seeing as how your tanks were level 1 earlier, I'd say they're about level 20. They should be gettinging their first special talent in whatever talent tree their taking. Give it another week of nonstop power leveling, they'll probably hit 58, then they can move on to a whole new world.


I think someone has played a little to much World of Warcraft...

In other news, due to the fact that Hawaii's main sorce of income is tourism, and I'm currently in a wartime state, it wouldn't be unfair to call my situation a little FUBAR. To compensate, Hawaii will begin construction of several brand new solar power plants (seeing as sun is one thing Hawaii isn't going to run out of any time soon). We will be distributing the energy to any allied contries in need in exchange for supplies, munition, money, ect.

On top of this, Hawaii will use money from our sugar and coffe bean exports to fund the production of 5 IF-5s, a small number to keep our economy from being to strained.

Finaly, my shipment of 2,500 troops are about halfway done with their standard PCU training course. In other words, I'll be getting reenforcements in about 2 months.
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| November 26, 2009, 12:46 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Yeah of course, i like realistic.

Your payment
(rubber and oil) are en-route to Ukranian teritory. ETA 3 hours. Im also sending some RI pilots to learn how to fly Tu 225 and Ka 63.
Btw Jack. How's my tanks going on Yemen? Do they gain enough combat experience?

They have done remarkably, and we have pushed fifteen miles inland. The Yemeni tank force made a stand today, and was crushed. Ukranian T-84s confronted them from the front, while your Tanks managed to get in behind them and destroy them. Your tank force is performig outstandingly well, and have destroyed at least fifteen enemy tanks and several APCs. None of your tanks have been destroyed by enemy fire, but I have lost one T-84 to an RPG and a Su-25 to AAA. The fighter/bomber force is clearing the way for an easy advancement tommorow, and by Friday Yemen should be subdued. The Yemeni Air Force has fled to Oman; a move that they will soon regret, as Oman Air Force bases are to be heavily bombed over tonight and tommorow.
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| November 26, 2009, 2:25 am
Quoting Jack Ford
They have done remarkably, and we have pushed fifteen miles inland. The Yemeni tank force made a stand today, and was crushed. Ukranian T-84s confronted them from the front, while your Tanks managed to get in behind them and destroy them. Your tank force is performig outstandingly well, and have destroyed at least fifteen enemy tanks and several APCs. None of your tanks have been destroyed by enemy fire, but I have lost one T-84 to an RPG and a Su-25 to AAA. The fighter/bomber force is clearing the way for an easy advancement tommorow, and by Friday Yemen should be subdued. The Yemeni Air Force has fled to Oman; a move that they will soon regret, as Oman Air Force bases are to be heavily bombed over tonight and tommorow.


Thank you Jack for the news. Now i have some news for you..
- I request 6 more of those Tu-225s bombers( need for attacking Malaysian ships). payment will send immediately.
- im taking back 10 AMTs with the highest experience ( need those tanks for preparation the assault on malaysia) there will be replacement about 15 AMTs. currently they are over Arabian sea ETA 30 minutes.
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| November 26, 2009, 5:24 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Im also would like 4 of those bombers. Do you want natural resource as payment( thats the only way though..)
If you accept. I'll send my pilots for training..

I would accept ruber as payment considering I control pretty much the entire middle east so i don't need oil.
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| November 26, 2009, 10:24 am
PCU is commisioning a entire fleet of 300 GAF-1s to be completed by next month by Chritmas. The mini-AC-130 project has been post-poned due to relatives here and me having little to no access to Legos...
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| November 26, 2009, 10:54 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

Thank you Jack for the news. Now i have some news for you..
- I request 6 more of those Tu-225s bombers( need for attacking Malaysian ships). payment will send immediately.
- im taking back 10 AMTs with the highest experience ( need those tanks for preparation the assault on malaysia) there will be replacement about 15 AMTs. currently they are over Arabian sea ETA 30 minutes.

Your AMTs will be shipped to the coast immediately. I believe their performance against Malasia will be outstanding, judging by their experience. If you wish, I can just fly the crew to Indonesia, as it's the crew that has teh combat experience. Your call. 6 more Tu-225s are to be shipped by tonight. If you wish I could send my Navy version, armed entirely with 30mm cannon, anti-shipping missiles and 125mm rockets. (These are specialized for low-level strafing runs against armored ships.)

If it's OK with you, I would like to trade the 6 Tu-225s you ordered for 6 AMTs. They have preformed outstandingly well, and I would like to have at least a few in my armed forces.
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| November 26, 2009, 1:55 pm
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Earlier this morning our first forces arrived off the coast of South America. Peru -still- has not responded, and going by the lack of response from all sources from them, we fear the worst *cough*political coup*cough*. Ecuador though, has told us no, but when has a third world country ever stopped an American power (does Vietnam count?)? Let the landings commence! Air support will be standing by. Hopefully Texas will let us use some of their bases in Columbia and Venezuela.
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| November 26, 2009, 2:06 pm
@Doc: I think it is frankly unfair that you can take all the land you want when I was the one who took the upper hand and bombed Warsaw and pretty much won the war. Pardon my rudeness on the matter but I am just a little frustrated....
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| November 26, 2009, 3:02 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
@Doc: I think it is frankly unfair that you can take all the land you want when I was the one who took the upper hand and bombed Warsaw and pretty much won the war. Pardon my rudeness on the matter but I am just a little frustrated....

Let's look here: Buying 50 stealth fighters, losing 11,000, spending several days negotiating, exerting my economy, following through with the war each day, training 10,000 replacement troops, preparing for a possible overseas front, paying for 3/4 of my losses, manufacturing excess munitions, reimbursing Scotland for its blockade, paying for all my offshore defenses, exerting more money towards reconstruction, adding even more debt on withdrawing other forces to head to Poland . . . Oh, so much more to add. I think I've earned every bit of that land. Don't get me wrong, I understand where you are coming from, but your absence in the latter portion of the war lead me to completing it on my own. Plus, for an American power to have fraction of a nation within the heart of Europe is absurd. And as always, I will offer my assistance for one of your later expeditions.
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| November 26, 2009, 4:24 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Let's look here: Buying 50 stealth fighters, losing 11,000, spending several days negotiating, exerting my economy, following through with the war each day, training 10,000 replacement troops, preparing for a possible overseas front, paying for 3/4 of my losses, manufacturing excess munitions, reimbursing Scotland for its blockade, paying for all my offshore defenses, exerting more money towards reconstruction, adding even more debt on withdrawing other forces to head to Poland . . . Oh, so much more to add. I think I've earned every bit of that land. Don't get me wrong, I understand where you are coming from, but your absence in the latter portion of the war lead me to completing it on my own. Plus, for an American power to have fraction of a nation within the heart of Europe is absurd. And as always, I will offer my assistance for one of your later expeditions.


Paying for 3/4ths of your losses? I thought you were making Cliffe pay for everything... And America having land in Europe is just as absurd as Europeans having land in America.

...Oh, wait.
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| November 26, 2009, 4:51 pm
@Doc: I guess. I am still frustrated that my lack of being able to pull away from MW2 kept me from getting land.

@Awe: lol...
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| November 26, 2009, 6:21 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Paying for 3/4ths of your losses? I thought you were making Cliffe pay for everything... And America having land in Europe is just as absurd as Europeans having land in America.

...Oh, wait.

To ease negotiations, I made him only pay 1/4. Anyhow, I said it's absurd "an American power to have fraction of a nation within the heart of Europe". In response to your statement, America is still in disjunction and out of kilter. My territory there will one day be released back to a united America; presently the latter is lacking.
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| November 26, 2009, 6:22 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
@Doc: I guess. I am still frustrated that my lack of being able to pull away from MW2 kept me from getting land.

In any case I'll grant you several ports along the stretching coast from Belgium to Germany for compensation.
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| November 26, 2009, 6:25 pm
Remember Erik, I did in fact propose the United Nations of America but nobody cared for it...
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| November 26, 2009, 6:25 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Quoting Nick Shelton
@Doc: I guess. I am still frustrated that my lack of being able to pull away from MW2 kept me from getting land.

In any case I'll grant you several ports along the stretching coast from Belgium to Germany for compensation.

Doesn't matter now. I can settle just fine for one or two. I probably will never use them but I would like JUST one or two...
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| November 26, 2009, 6:27 pm
...and here is were I want those ports.http://www.flickr.com/photos/34643041@N07/4129265983/
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| November 26, 2009, 6:29 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Doesn't matter now. I can settle just fine for one or two. I probably will never use them but I would like JUST one or two...

Ports generally receive a fair amount of income; whether it be distressed ships requiring host or just flat out trade. Granted several means three I can apply a port within Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany.
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| November 26, 2009, 6:31 pm
Alright. I will take 5. I will send some 1,000 tech people and some military personnel to guard them.
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| November 26, 2009, 6:32 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Alright. I will take 5. I will send some 1,000 tech people and some military personnel to guard them.

That's fine. The only condition being that you do not assault any UEN member utilizing said ports or your ports and troops will disbanded.
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| November 26, 2009, 6:35 pm
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The first three IF-3 Fulmar's have been finished. We expect three more finished each day, on account of their small size compared to other such stealth aircraft (it's like half the length of the Su-51).

Landings have gone well in Ecuador, they probably don't know we're even there. And all evidence points to a coup in Peru. We're fast on the trail, however, of what happened.
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| November 26, 2009, 6:46 pm
C-130s chock full of PCU paratroopers will pass over Ecuador tonight at 9:oo pm and will drop about 100 of the said paratroops. Happy hunting!
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| November 26, 2009, 6:48 pm
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My Navy aircraft are now within reach of southern Brazil. Bombing is to be carried out daily, and by late next week my landing forces should be ready to assault the beach.
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| November 26, 2009, 7:08 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Your AMTs will be shipped to the coast immediately. I believe their performance against Malasia will be outstanding, judging by their experience. If you wish, I can just fly the crew to Indonesia, as it's the crew that has teh combat experience. Your call. 6 more Tu-225s are to be shipped by tonight. If you wish I could send my Navy version, armed entirely with 30mm cannon, anti-shipping missiles and 125mm rockets. (These are specialized for low-level strafing runs against armored ships.)

If it's OK with you, I would like to trade the 6 Tu-225s you ordered for 6 AMTs. They have preformed outstandingly well, and I would like to have at least a few in my armed forces.


yes please i would like the navy version. and i would like also my crew to be transported to Indonesia ,they need some rest for upcoming assault..

thats okay with me. From all the 15 AMTs replacements, 10 of them is at your disposal.
Have fun with them!! Also, my Engineers are working on the new type of shell that is effective againts bunkers/ buildings . If you wish to have them, the Shells will be transported to your AMTs as soon they ready..
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| November 26, 2009, 8:31 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

yes please i would like the navy version. and i would like also my crew to be transported to Indonesia ,they need some rest for upcoming assault..

thats okay with me. From all the 15 AMTs replacements, 10 of them is at your disposal.
Have fun with them!! Also, my Engineers are working on the new type of shell that is effective againts bunkers/ buildings . If you wish to have them, the Shells will be transported to your AMTs as soon they ready..
I think I'll pass on the shells. My forces fire depleted uranium high explosive rounds, so I'm covered for anti-armor. The Tu-225s have been shipped from Somalia and should arrive shortly. Yemen has officialy surrendered and my forces have now surged over the Oman border.

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| November 26, 2009, 8:56 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
I would accept ruber as payment considering I control pretty much the entire middle east so i don't need oil.


The rubbers are Transported to Armenian teritory and should be arrive shortly. Also i have special request for my bombers. i would like 2 of them to be Sea patrol craft , equip with sea searching radar system and anti ship missiles ..
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| November 26, 2009, 9:03 pm
A new government is being installed in Trinidad and the same will happen in Guiana tomorrow.
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| November 26, 2009, 9:04 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

The rubbers are Transported to Armenian teritory and should be arrive shortly. Also i have special request for my bombers. i would like 2 of them to be Sea patrol craft , equip with sea searching radar system and anti ship missiles ..

Then why don't you only purchase 2 Ar-59's and 2 Tu-22M6's(the Tu-22M was originally designed as an anti-shipping platform).
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| November 26, 2009, 9:11 pm
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As learned from the recent war, the SSW is lacking in amphibious models. Especially, armored units. In case of this, a new program has been set to create said unit. A new hull design will be implemented to counter most explosive ordinances; indeed closer to the MRAP classification. An upgrade shall be set from the usual 30mm found on most units to the more powerful 40mm. Scout sensor arrays should boost the effectiveness of the unit upon first contact.
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| November 26, 2009, 9:33 pm
Quoting Cole Atelian
Then why don't you only purchase 2 Ar-59's and 2 Tu-22M6's(the Tu-22M was originally designed as an anti-shipping platform).


OKAY, i purchase 2 more TU-22m's. keep the AR-59's standart loadout. payment will be send immediately..

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| November 26, 2009, 10:56 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
As learned from the recent war, the SSW is lacking in amphibious models. Especially, armored units. In case of this, a new program has been set to create said unit. A new hull design will be implemented to counter most explosive ordinances; indeed closer to the MRAP classification. An upgrade shall be set from the usual 30mm found on most units to the more powerful 40mm. Scout sensor arrays should boost the effectiveness of the unit upon first contact.
The funny thing is, you'll probably finish it before my similar vehicle...

Scotland thanks you greatly for your return of territory in England. In return, Scotland will insist that you not reimburse her for the use of Scottish naval forces in the blockade.


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| November 26, 2009, 11:07 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
As learned from the recent war, the SSW is lacking in amphibious models. Especially, armored units. In case of this, a new program has been set to create said unit. A new hull design will be implemented to counter most explosive ordinances; indeed closer to the MRAP classification. An upgrade shall be set from the usual 30mm found on most units to the more powerful 40mm. Scout sensor arrays should boost the effectiveness of the unit upon first contact.
The funny thing is, you'll probably finish it before my similar vehicle...

Scotland thanks you greatly for your return of territory in England. In return, Scotland will insist that you not reimburse her for the use of Scottish naval forces in the blockade.


And Texas will be able to purchase this project, no?
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| November 26, 2009, 11:28 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
And Texas will be able to purchase this project, no?

Texas shall indeed be able to purchase the said vehicle; as will all of Scotland's allies.
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| November 26, 2009, 11:37 pm
Quoting Shk Ad Aw
Texas shall indeed be able to purchase the said vehicle; as will all of Scotland's allies.

Either get to work or commandeer yer X-box! No more o' this internet non-sense!
Seriously though, have you made the proper bricklink orders?

PS-When will you be online?
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| November 26, 2009, 11:39 pm
Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Either get to work or commandeer yer X-box! No more o' this internet non-sense!
Seriously though, have you made the proper bricklink orders?

PS-When will you be online?
Scotland is working as fast as possible. The necessary materials to finish the vehicle still need to be ordered from their respective sellers/countries.

Not for awhile.

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| November 26, 2009, 11:51 pm
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The SSW would like to formally accept the nation of Scotland into the UEN. It seems the request went unnoticed and I am personally pushing forth that said nation is made part of the evolving Europe.
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| November 26, 2009, 11:59 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
I think I'll pass on the shells. My forces fire depleted uranium high explosive rounds, so I'm covered for anti-armor. The Tu-225s have been shipped from Somalia and should arrive shortly. Yemen has officialy surrendered and my forces have now surged over the Oman border.

Jack, do you mind im sending
a special AMTs to support your forces in oman? There will about 5 of them. But now i would like them to engage the omans forces head to head and please do not support them with fuel and ammo.
Ps: these tank crews were trained in special tank division. They have less demand on fuel and ammo.


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| November 27, 2009, 1:25 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Jack, do you mind im sending
a special AMTs to support your forces in oman? There will about 5 of them. But now i would like them to engage the omans forces head to head and please do not support them with fuel and ammo.
Ps: these tank crews were trained in special tank division. They have less demand on fuel and ammo.

That's fine with me. I would suggest you drop your AMTs about a mile ahead of my lines. My Air Force is doing a thourough job of removing the Oman Air Force. I have lost one MiG-29 so far, and my forces have destroyed 18 enemy aircraft.

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| November 27, 2009, 12:42 pm
Idaho's first tank ,more or less,is being started today seeing as the relatives are gone now


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| November 27, 2009, 12:51 pm
Ive been out of it for a while, so is there any of my allies or anyone else that needs help, so i can get beack into the game? lol =)
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| November 27, 2009, 3:00 pm
oh and happy thanksgiving everyone!! lol
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| November 27, 2009, 3:05 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
That's fine with me. I would suggest you drop your AMTs about a mile ahead of my lines. My Air Force is doing a thourough job of removing the Oman Air Force. I have lost one MiG-29 so far, and my forces have destroyed 18 enemy aircraft.


okay Jack, they should arrive shortly. i expect one AMT should kill about 7 tanks before it self get hit. Casualty can be accepted ( the goal is to test the effeciency of my special Armour division.
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| November 27, 2009, 9:17 pm
PCU is in the final stages of development of their fourth fighter: the Gyrfalcon. The first purposely developed stealth fighter too.

Some preview shots are here, and note that we build American at the PCU, and therefore, no foreplanes. :P

http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/17098/12591136081_DISPLAY.jpg

http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/17098/1259113604m_DISPLAY.jpg

http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/17098/12591137711_DISPLAY.jpg

The plane has variable-sweep wings. (meaning it can fold in and out like a Tomcat) and two missile bays on the belly.

MOC coming soon.
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| November 28, 2009, 12:53 pm
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With Ukraine pushing into the Arabian Peninsula, the SSW will begin negotiations of annexing the UAE under its wing. From what I know, the UAE is apart of the Armenian-established UAN; however, it seems to be sovereign. Granted Ukraine is facing little resistance, the SSW will use the momentum of victory from last war and its very title to bring the UAE into our Union of State. As of yet, no response has been given to our, what seems to be one-sided, talks.
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| November 28, 2009, 4:20 pm
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Quoting Gus Indo
PCU is in the final stages of development of their fourth fighter: the Gyrfalcon. The first purposely developed stealth fighter too.

Some preview shots are here, and note that we build American at the PCU, and therefore, no foreplanes. :P

http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/17098/12591136081_DISPLAY.jpg

http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/17098/1259113604m_DISPLAY.jpg

http://www.mocpages.com/user_images/17098/12591137711_DISPLAY.jpg

The plane has variable-sweep wings. (meaning it can fold in and out like a Tomcat) and two missile bays on the belly.

MOC coming soon.

WOW!!! I would like to buy 40 of these aircraft for 80 million apiece. These would certainly be a great use to any air force. (BTW. The correct term for your aircraft's wings is "switchblade". Swing-wing means it folds back, switchblade means it folds forward.)
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| November 28, 2009, 4:55 pm
Thanks Jack! And I am grateful for clearing up those terms, but what I used first was Variable-Sweep wing, meaning either I think.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variable-sweep_wing

But I think that switchblade sounds much cooler, so I'll use that term. And the one of the most prominent plane builders in this group buying fighters from me? well, first of all, I'm flattered, but this plane was meant to rival yours. We may find ourselves at war with each other because of our political alignment, so I'll have to talk with the PCU council on that one. Sorry, dude.

However, 3.2 billion is pretty tempting.
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| November 28, 2009, 5:26 pm
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Quoting Gus Indo
Thanks Jack! And I am grateful for clearing up those terms, but what I used first was Variable-Sweep wing, meaning either I think.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Variable-sweep_wing

But I think that switchblade sounds much cooler, so I'll use that term. And the one of the most prominent plane builders in this group buying fighters from me? well, first of all, I'm flattered, but this plane was meant to rival yours. We may find ourselves at war with each other because of our political alignment, so I'll have to talk with the PCU council on that one. Sorry, dude.

However, 3.2 billion is pretty tempting.

Haha this whole URSA deal is going all over the place. I'm somewhat allied with Awesome,(as in, I don't kioll him, he doesn't kill me,) I'm neutral with Shelton, I'm enemies with Michael and the RA... this is rather odd... I did forget that you were in the URSA though. For some reason I thought you were Ireland. I'm going to blame lack of coffee. =)
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| November 28, 2009, 7:09 pm
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Selling what will be our best plane to the CAS? Hmm... That doesn't sound very smart to me. If anyone we should sell this to, it's our RA allies.
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| November 28, 2009, 7:21 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Selling what will be our best plane to the CAS? Hmm... That doesn't sound very smart to me. If anyone we should sell this to, it's our RA allies.

Indeed, selling RA-built aircraft to the CAS is a ridiculous idea. I will spend the 3 billion on designing my next fighter instead. Not to mention all the other stuff I intend to build in the near future... *sigh*
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| November 28, 2009, 7:42 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Indeed, selling RA-built aircraft to the CAS is a ridiculous idea. I will spend the 3 billion on designing my next fighter instead. Not to mention all the other stuff I intend to build in the near future... *sigh*


Great, i will take look at your new fighter and maybe i can purchase them, A great addition to My small airforce..
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| November 28, 2009, 9:54 pm
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In response to the PCU's new air-model, the SSW is keen on purchasing 4 of said craft. As all are aware, the SSW is rather lacking in air diversity and thus our chances of air superiority is low. Perhaps in terms of payment we may exchange hardware instead of money?
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| November 28, 2009, 10:02 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

Great, i will take look at your new fighter and maybe i can purchase them, A great addition to My small airforce..

Don't expect them for at least a month. (I take FOREVER to build stuff.) I'll keep you posted though.
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| November 28, 2009, 10:05 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In response to the PCU's new air-model, the SSW is keen on purchasing 4 of said craft. As all are aware, the SSW is rather lacking in air diversity and thus our chances of air superiority is low. Perhaps in terms of payment we may exchange hardware instead of money?


The final answer is up to Gus, but I don't see a problem with that.

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| November 28, 2009, 10:09 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
In response to the PCU's new air-model, the SSW is keen on purchasing 4 of said craft. As all are aware, the SSW is rather lacking in air diversity and thus our chances of air superiority is low. Perhaps in terms of payment we may exchange hardware instead of money?


Well, anything but tanks really. Maybe one of those fancy ships you have! name a few ships you have, and I'll think a bit more. I am keen on this trade however.

and sorry Jack! I see why you'd want them, if I wasn't URSA. I'd be fighting my own planes :P
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| November 29, 2009, 12:58 am
I'd trade four AF-3 Gyrfalcon fighters for one of your Multi-Role Naval Craft and one of your Logistical Support Units. Deal or no deal?
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| November 29, 2009, 1:05 am
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Quoting Gus Indo
I'd trade four AF-3 Gyrfalcon fighters for one of your Multi-Role Naval Craft and one of your Logistical Support Units. Deal or no deal?

I'd gladly accept your offer. On note of transporting the aircraft, I can send some of my accommodating pilots to retrieve them and thus transport them to the SAP. On note of your ships, they will be of the newer "batch" and shall be transported from the VDS factory in British Columbia to your territory.
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| November 29, 2009, 1:13 am
Quoting Jack Ford
Don't expect them for at least a month. (I take FOREVER to build stuff.) I'll keep you posted though.


I can help you with ideas and designs if you want.It could be our first corporation on building Aircraft...
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| November 29, 2009, 5:08 am
On the topic of the aircraft, the XB-1 will be undergoing some work today and should be done in the next couple of dyas. All other projects have been put into the WIP stage...
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| November 29, 2009, 11:15 am
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I'd gladly accept your offer. On note of transporting the aircraft, I can send some of my accommodating pilots to retrieve them and thus transport them to the SAP. On note of your ships, they will be of the newer "batch" and shall be transported from the VDS factory in British Columbia to your territory.

If you'd like some more planes, I'd gladly give you some of my fighter-bombers for one of your VDS Multi-Role Naval Craft. they fly in groups of three, so I'll give you two groups. so that's six planes, for one ship, if you accept.
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| November 29, 2009, 11:24 am
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Quoting Major General O-5 Sam Nineham
In other news, I agree with Gus on the Cliffe issue. He should be left in peace.

Please read the entire Forum before you give bias. If you had, you would have found that the conflict between Cliffe and opposing parties has been resolved.

On a separate note, the more opinionated officials of the UAE have noticed the SSW's offer of drawing them into said union. Currently only 1/8 of said officials have swung their favor towards the SSW. So, little progress has been noted as of today.

Also, the SSW is thinking of opening a space program in South Africa or re-establishing the one already in Florida. Either way, one will most likely be up and running.

In terms of commerce, shipyards will be opened in both Argentina and South Africa. Thus, more income would be coming in because of increased industrialization and reliability from more northern stations would decrease.

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| November 29, 2009, 12:28 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
If you'd like some more planes, I'd gladly give you some of my fighter-bombers for one of your VDS Multi-Role Naval Craft. they fly in groups of three, so I'll give you two groups. so that's six planes, for one ship, if you accept.

I believe I'm set on said craft as of right now. However, the SSW is more than willing to grant you and MRNC in hopes of drawing in your further business in purchasing a few additional units in the future.
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| November 29, 2009, 12:30 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I'd gladly accept your offer.


Sounds good to me. Your 4 stealth AF-3 Gyrfalcons are in production now. The full specs (a MOCpage) will be released soon. Are the pilots coming in the naval vessels? It'd be easier, as they can fly back home. Whatever works for you. I'll be producing them in California, so you can get them in San Francisco. Maybe a few more days until completion? The MOC has been done for a few days now.
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| November 29, 2009, 12:41 pm
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Quoting Gus Indo

Sounds good to me. Your 4 stealth AF-3 Gyrfalcons are in production now. The full specs (a MOCpage) will be released soon. Are the pilots coming in the naval vessels? It'd be easier, as they can fly back home. Whatever works for you. I'll be producing them in California, so you can get them in San Francisco. Maybe a few more days until completion? The MOC has been done for a few days now.

All of the above sounds find. Hopefully, we'll be able to confine in similar trade in the future.
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| November 29, 2009, 12:44 pm
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Quoting Gus Indo

Sounds good to me. Your 4 stealth AF-3 Gyrfalcons are in production now. The full specs (a MOCpage) will be released soon. Are the pilots coming in the naval vessels? It'd be easier, as they can fly back home. Whatever works for you. I'll be producing them in California, so you can get them in San Francisco. Maybe a few more days until completion? The MOC has been done for a few days now.
would it be possible for you to make a navalized version? If yes I would be interested in purcheseing 30 of these fighters for my navy.
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| November 29, 2009, 12:52 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
All of the above sounds find. Hopefully, we'll be able to confine in similar trade in the future.


Gladly. We at the PCU need strong naval units, and you need air power. As I am trying to establish myself as a prominent fighter producer, this should be beneficial to both of us.

Quoting Cole Atelian
would it be possible for you to make a navalized version? If yes I would be interested in purcheseing 30 of these fighters for my navy.


Sounds good to me. What more are you looking for in a naval version? Just ability to launch from aircraft carriers, or folding wings? I don't want to restructure the craft too much though, and it is a big one too.

Yippee! first international customers!
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| November 29, 2009, 1:02 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
I believe I'm set on said craft as of right now. However, the SSW is more than willing to grant you and MRNC in hopes of drawing in your further business in purchasing a few additional units in the future.

Thank you, it is a truly remarkable boat.

In other news, the Baltic Navy will now be getting several new ships, construction should finish soon. A new class of aircraft carriers is being constructed under the commission of my partner, Maxime, in Tallin. In the shipyard of Riga, finishing touches are being put on a brand new battleship. These and sveral smaller vessels also to be completed will be sent to our recently purchased port of Lisbon, that we acquired from the MU. That will make up my Atlantic fleet.


On a different note, the Baltic Navy has finished refining its radar and sonar cancelling concept. This idea first appeared with the SRaSCFPS, and immediately was drawn into question. More trials and tests were one, and we found that mounting one small system on one ship would not work. The idea then had a major overhaul. New software was developed, and the sytem grew more and more complicated. Now, the radar and sonar canceling system has been finished.

It is impossible for the system to protect an entire fleet when mounted on one boat, but the new and improved system can now camouflage one large ship when mounted on said ship. The first of these large and expensive systems was mounted on our new battleship, and trials should begin soon. We hope that the system shall be able to completely hide the battleship from radar and sonar. Only time will tell.
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| November 29, 2009, 1:04 pm
@Thomas: Visuals still work better if you ask me. Make it truly invisible THEN I will consider it, advanced.
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| November 29, 2009, 1:08 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
@Thomas: Visuals still work better if you ask me. Make it truly invisible THEN I will consider it, advanced.

Modern naval technology is not generally relegated to close combat. My ships are perfectly capable of operating and fighting out of the enemy's range of sight.
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| November 29, 2009, 1:12 pm
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Quoting Thomas N
Modern naval technology is not generally relegated to close combat. My ships are perfectly capable of operating and fighting out of the enemy's range of sight.

This is of course the enemy is not operation an AWACS nor submarine patrols. Periscopic and telescopic viewing has become more prominent and evident granted each new generation of any craft has grown towards Electronic Warfare. That said, I'd say it's best to only mount your hardware and invading or landing fleets rather than a broad majority. Then again, I know not your intention. So, I'll just shut my trap and let you do what you have to.
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| November 29, 2009, 1:20 pm
I guess that is good. Then again, a UAV could perfectly go and spot the said ship, right?
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| November 29, 2009, 1:23 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
I guess that is good. Then again, a UAV could perfectly go and spot the said ship, right?

sure, if you know where to look. There's a lot of ocean out there. Also, it defeats the purpose of recon if you already know where a boat is then send someone to go find it.
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| November 29, 2009, 1:34 pm
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Quoting Gus Indo

Sounds good to me. What more are you looking for in a naval version? Just ability to launch from aircraft carriers, or folding wings? I don't want to restructure the craft too much though, and it is a big one too.

I think a tail hook and the ability to hook up to a catapolt would be good enough to meet our requirments.
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| November 29, 2009, 1:42 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout

I can help you with ideas and designs if you want.It could be our first corporation on building Aircraft...

Thank you for your offer! I already have the design written in my head, so I will decline your offer, but I'll keep you in mind in future projects. Just to let you know, this craft is not meant to be an air superiority top-notch super fighter. It has one engine, one pilot, no radar, and very little avioncis. It is designed to fly with an Su-51 acting as AWACs, directing it into close combat. There are no internal weapon stores besides cannon, as it is designed for use against stealth or semi-stealthy aircraft. It is estimated to be 1/6th of the cost of an Su-51, ideal for mass production. My idea is to have two Su-51s and 16 MiG-whatevers fly together, and the Su-51 designates targets while the MiGs blow them up with 30mm cannon fire. If this is not suitable for your Air Force needs, I could sell you Su-51s instead.
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| November 30, 2009, 4:56 pm
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That's a lot of comments, Mr. Blackout.

Anyways, after a few days of sitting on our rear ends in the Peru issue, we've decided to land limited military forces. We actually sailed right into a port in Ecuador and unloaded troops there with no resistance, which points to the fact that fighting is elsewhere. More vehicles and troops arrive from our ex-occupation of Chukotka each day.

Of course, this good luck is just bound to break. Be it in a minute or a day, someone on our side is going to get killed. This is but the begining...
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| November 30, 2009, 8:21 pm
The Medium Recon Bomber-1 is now 99% complete and will be up for public veiwing on Flickr tomorrow. Any suggestions, Erik, will be taken into consideration, Erik.
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| November 30, 2009, 8:54 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Thank you for your offer! I already have the design written in my head, so I will decline your offer, but I'll keep you in mind in future projects. Just to let you know, this craft is not meant to be an air superiority top-notch super fighter. It has one engine, one pilot, no radar, and very little avioncis. It is designed to fly with an Su-51 acting as AWACs, directing it into close combat. There are no internal weapon stores besides cannon, as it is designed for use against stealth or semi-stealthy aircraft. It is estimated to be 1/6th of the cost of an Su-51, ideal for mass production. My idea is to have two Su-51s and 16 MiG-whatevers fly together, and the Su-51 designates targets while the MiGs blow them up with 30mm cannon fire. If this is not suitable for your Air Force needs, I could sell you Su-51s instead.

Thank you but i will think about it later.. Is it possible that migs you building can be use for recon or light attack craft? Btw ,The idea for low cost is a great idea though..

Also i developing an AWACs to compete in Electronical warfare thingy( mainly compete with E-3 Sentry).The platform it used base on a cargo craft, so it's a bit large. It had only auto cannon for self defense. The prize are unknown for now, but it estimated to be same as the AMF due the advance and complicated system..

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| November 30, 2009, 9:18 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
That's a lot of comments, Mr. Blackout.

Anyways, after a few days of sitting on our rear ends in the Peru issue, we've decided to land limited military forces. We actually sailed right into a port in Ecuador and unloaded troops there with no resistance, which points to the fact that fighting is elsewhere. More vehicles and troops arrive from our ex-occupation of Chukotka each day.

Of course, this good luck is just bound to break. Be it in a minute or a day, someone on our side is going to get killed. This is but the begining...

Very well, we can split Ecuador. you know my men had basically/almost secured it. ;)
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| November 30, 2009, 10:25 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
That's a lot of comments, Mr. Blackout.

Anyways, after a few days of sitting on our rear ends in the Peru issue, we've decided to land limited military forces. We actually sailed right into a port in Ecuador and unloaded troops there with no resistance, which points to the fact that fighting is elsewhere. More vehicles and troops arrive from our ex-occupation of Chukotka each day.

Of course, this good luck is just bound to break. Be it in a minute or a day, someone on our side is going to get killed. This is but the begining...

The new governments in Trinidad and Guiana are going well and it appears that Texas and PCU are in a joint operation to clear out Ecuador.
Progress in North Brazil is also good, we are seeing some Vietnam style traps and whatnot in the jungle, they are taking a tole on our morale. One minute your joking around with your best bud, next your staring at him, impaled on a spike.

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| November 30, 2009, 10:37 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Thank you but i will think about it later.. Is it possible that migs you building can be use for recon or light attack craft? Btw ,The idea for low cost is a great idea though..

Also i developing an AWACs to compete in Electronical warfare thingy( mainly compete with E-3 Sentry).The platform it used base on a cargo craft, so it's a bit large. It had only auto cannon for self defense. The prize are unknown for now, but it estimated to be same as the AMF due the advance and complicated system..
My aircraft's recon capabilities are highly limited, as the only method of detecting anything is with eyesight. I believe they would work well in strafing runs, but they would not be nearly as effective as a Tu-225 due to the MiGs higher speed. There are three optional external hardpoints for one centerline bomb and four missiles, making light bombing runs possible. Using it in coordination with an AWACs would be ideal for anti-aircraft purposes.

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| November 30, 2009, 10:53 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Ryan Blackout
Thank you but i will think about it later.. Is it possible that migs you building can be use for recon or light attack craft? Btw ,The idea for low cost is a great idea though..

Also i developing an AWACs to compete in Electronical warfare thingy( mainly compete with E-3 Sentry).The platform it used base on a cargo craft, so it's a bit large. It had only auto cannon for self defense. The prize are unknown for now, but it estimated to be same as the AMF due the advance and complicated system..
My aircraft's recon capabilities are highly limited, as the only method of detecting anything is with eyesight. I believe they would work well in strafing runs, but they would not be nearly as effective as a Tu-225 due to the MiGs higher speed. There are three optional external hardpoints for one centerline bomb and four missiles, making light bombing runs possible. Using it in coordination with an AWACs would be ideal for anti-aircraft purposes.

Also. Im offering the new AWACs that im developing for you. If you want it, I can give you special discount for our first costumer. MOC coming soon..

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| November 30, 2009, 11:16 pm
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Oman has officially surrendered, but small groups of guerrilla warriors are still scattered throughout the country, striking unexpectedly when and where they can.

My forces finally made a landing on the Brazilian coast after being beat back to their ships by fierce machine gun fire twice. Tu-225s from a nearby aircraft carrier were called in to "soften up" enemy defenses, and after a few minutes of strafing the remaining Brazilian forces were forced to retreat. My casualties lie at 237, while an estimated 2,000 Brazilian defenders were killed. Intense bombing is going to last through the night, and I will attempt to surge further inland early tomorrow morning. Elites have been inserted behind enemy lines, and are instructed to designate targets for strike fighters.
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| November 30, 2009, 11:17 pm
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
Also. Im offering the new AWACs that im developing for you. If you want it, I can give you special discount for our first costumer. MOC coming soon..

I would be interested in buying three AWACs. I already have five in my Air Force. If you would prefer it, I could offer Antonov An-124 airframes to mount the radars on. Antonov has been building airframes since 1946, and their cargo and passenger planes are (arguably) the best in Asia.
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| November 30, 2009, 11:24 pm
The Medium Recon Bomber 1 can be traded and sold to anyone who would like to purchase it. I am going to try to incorporate some better picture taking abilities and some type of refueling probe...
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| November 30, 2009, 11:33 pm
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Quoting xx TediousDestroyer xx
Very well, we can split Ecuador. you know my men had basically/almost secured it. ;)


Thanks for your cooperation. We kind of need oil to keep our seld-dependency. Peru is for metals, same with out impending attack on the deep Amazon. Over the Andes. Hannibal style. Well, maybe just airlift style. Though tanks climbing through mountain passes would be pretty cool...

Well, our first teams have landed in Peru. I forgot if we landed earlier. They'll be headed off to the capitol to see what exactly is going on... Other forces will be spread out through the country. Let's hope no rebels jump up spontaneously.
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| November 30, 2009, 11:36 pm
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With Ukraine's victory, a large amount of anxiety and excitement has been aroused in the UAE. Presently 3/5 of the government officials have favored the joining of the SSW union. Still, another 1/5 is needed for the direct and unobtrusive joining of the Union. No further word has been granted.
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| November 30, 2009, 11:46 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
I would be interested in buying three AWACs. I already have five in my Air Force. If you would prefer it, I could offer Antonov An-124 airframes to mount the radars on. Antonov has been building airframes since 1946, and their cargo and passenger planes are (arguably) the best in Asia.

No thanks. I already have the initial platform where the radar could stick to. Btw. How about my AMTs in oman? If they gain enough experience in battle, i would like them to be transported back to Indonesia..
For a second thought, i do need more Tu-225's. Make it 25 units. Those
Bombers are impressive in attacking ground targets. A great use for my airforce.

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| December 1, 2009, 12:08 am
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
direct and unobtrusive


Not sure how I see this two words going together.

Anyways, OEAA/OAAE, we can't recall our own weapons company's name, has made the prototype design of a ground-to-ground missile artillery system. Pretty much a mobile cruise missile launcher. If any nation is willing to offer advice, we're willing to hear it out: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thenotsogreat/4148776345/
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| December 1, 2009, 12:21 am
Also Erik and Co., here is the design for my bomber. Go ahead and throw comments everyone else too. http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/?saved=1
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| December 1, 2009, 12:31 am
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Quoting Ryan Blackout
No thanks. I already have the initial platform where the radar could stick to. Btw. How about my AMTs in oman? If they gain enough experience in battle, i would like them to be transported back to Indonesia..
For a second thought, i do need more Tu-225's. Make it 25 units. Those
Bombers are impressive in attacking ground targets. A great use for my airforce.
Your AMTs are no longer in direct combat use, so they will be shipped to Indonesia immediately. I will ship you more Tu-225s with the convoy.

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| December 1, 2009, 12:55 am
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Not sure how I see this two words going together.

Direct being without interjection or interference and unobtrusive being without interference nor dejection. Two synonyms joined into one statement.
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| December 1, 2009, 4:14 pm
Quoting Major General O-5 Sam Nineham
(Being ill and off of school is really useful)


I'm sick too, but too much to build anything. Oucho is sick as well. I wonder...
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| December 1, 2009, 4:53 pm
If any of you want to leave opinions or advice, I've posted my newest battleship, the B.N.S. Tri-Colors, over on Flcikr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/44219944@N03/4149492885/

before any of you guys take me apart for another microscale ship, I have this to say. Some of us, myself included, don't have enough bricks, or the money for enough bricks, to build enormous or even medium sized ships. Now instead of going around boasting aboat my Navy's awesome strength and what not without any ship MOCs posted, I like to have a little brick to back it up. Ergo, microscale ships. Its easy enough to build good-looking craft in micro. I pride myself in some of my microscale work (See Blocktropolis for an example). I think that microscale ships are better than nothing, and while not as extravagant, can easily depict an enormous ship without the use of obscene amounts of cash and time.
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| December 1, 2009, 4:55 pm
Today, the New Republic of indonesia(NROI) begin its first attack on malaysia. The oil refineries and the Malacca strait proved very useful for helping our growing economy. First bombardment will start in a moment..


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| December 2, 2009, 5:10 am
Quoting Thomas N
Ergo, microscale ships.


I agree actually, I'm not really feeling the urge to invest in a SHIP (Seriously Huge Investment in Parts) just to have the best navy. Perhaps we simply make microscale the standard for ships of a size greater than maybe a submarine? No offense to Dr. Spontaneous, its just a parts issue, but I'm not entirely sure you can build a minifig scale submarine without it being classed as "small" compared to the scale of real world nuclear subs and what not. Minifig scale is great and very awesome for what Dr. Spon does with his ships, but not quite what we'd be able to do with a full size aircraft carrier or other large ships. What do you all say? microscale standard for navies? (besides small attack and support craft)
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| December 2, 2009, 10:46 am
Shasta MBT mk. II is all ready for production! See on flickr
http://www.flickr.com/photos/gus_indo/sets/72157622796155389/

Or on MOCpages
http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/169831

EDIT- Dr. Spon, I've now met the 3 MOC requirement.
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| December 2, 2009, 12:38 pm
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Quoting Gus Indo

I agree actually, I'm not really feeling the urge to invest in a SHIP (Seriously Huge Investment in Parts) just to have the best navy. Perhaps we simply make microscale the standard for ships of a size greater than maybe a submarine? No offense to Dr. Spontaneous, its just a parts issue, but I'm not entirely sure you can build a minifig scale submarine without it being classed as "small" compared to the scale of real world nuclear subs and what not. Minifig scale is great and very awesome for what Dr. Spon does with his ships, but not quite what we'd be able to do with a full size aircraft carrier or other large ships. What do you all say? microscale standard for navies? (besides small attack and support craft)

I already said it was a small submarine. Light Escort Submarine. Short-ranged, limited munitions, all enough to grant a convoy enough time to counter the enemy.

Anyhow, I'd very much like for others to move into larger-scaled MOCs such that on note of naval craft. Plus, no one has really dissed on the fact that people use micro-scale, it just the fact of saying "One stud contains 50 guns and has 980mm cannons", that's a no-no. Also, it was never specified how to build your MOCs, so you can pretty much base it on any scale seen fit as long as the statistics of the armament, range, efficiency, etc. stay in a reasonable frame.
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| December 2, 2009, 7:44 pm
Quoting Thomas N
If any of you want to leave opinions or advice, I've posted my newest battleship, the B.N.S. Tri-Colors, over on Flcikr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/44219944@N03/4149492885/

before any of you guys take me apart for another microscale ship, I have this to say. Some of us, myself included, don't have enough bricks, or the money for enough bricks, to build enormous or even medium sized ships. Now instead of going around boasting aboat my Navy's awesome strength and what not without any ship MOCs posted, I like to have a little brick to back it up. Ergo, microscale ships. Its easy enough to build good-looking craft in micro. I pride myself in some of my microscale work (See Blocktropolis for an example). I think that microscale ships are better than nothing, and while not as extravagant, can easily depict an enormous ship without the use of obscene amounts of cash and time.
I agree, for giant isn't the best. Microscale is just as good, sometimes even better. Blocktropolis is microscale yet outstanding. Plus, a small car now and then is better than a giant creation with nothing else foryears.

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| December 2, 2009, 8:18 pm
Quoting Gus Indo

I agree actually, I'm not really feeling the urge to invest in a SHIP (Seriously Huge Investment in Parts) just to have the best navy. Perhaps we simply make microscale the standard for ships of a size greater than maybe a submarine? No offense to Dr. Spontaneous, its just a parts issue, but I'm not entirely sure you can build a minifig scale submarine without it being classed as "small" compared to the scale of real world nuclear subs and what not. Minifig scale is great and very awesome for what Dr. Spon does with his ships, but not quite what we'd be able to do with a full size aircraft carrier or other large ships. What do you all say? microscale standard for navies? (besides small attack and support craft)

Take my example, friend.
http://www.mocpages.com/folder.php/47682

I have already set a standard for myself with microscale ships. I also maintain a scale- one person is half as tall as a stud. I use the same scale when building microcities.
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| December 2, 2009, 9:33 pm
Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
"One stud contains 50 guns and has 980mm cannons", that's a no-no.


MOST indubitably. That is ridiculous. At most, I say, one stud could contain two to three laser turrets, one main gun turret, four to eight torpedo tubes, four to eight standard missile pads/silos, or one or two ballistic missile silos.
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| December 2, 2009, 9:46 pm
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