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East Asian League History
A brief history of the East Asian League.
About this creation
Following the Neo-Soviet Union invasion of Europe, China allied themselves with their neighboring nations to defend themselves from the eventual aggression of the Neo-Soviet Union. This new "alliance", spearheaded by the Chinese, was initially successful at repelling Neo-Soviet assaults. After realizing that the shear numbers that the Neo-Soviets possessed would eventually break through their defensive lines, China forced other nearby nations into treaties and alliances to bolster their forces. This conglomerate of nations would be known as the East Asian League.
After coming to a stalemate with the Neo-Soviet Union, the two powers would sign a truce that stated that neither power would attack the other on the continent of Asia. Territory gain and battles were allowed on the other continents, which would mainly be the continent of Africa. Through this truce, the two powers would exchange weapons and technology with the intent of eliminating the Western Hemisphere Alliance.
The flag of the East Asian League is green and white. Shown are the stars of Draco and the kanji symbol for "immortal". Collectively this symbolizes that the East Asian League is the "Immortal Dragon of the Earth" and shall remain persistent for survival of its people


The soldiers of the League stand tall!


The Regular of the People's League Army stands ready for battle.


An Honor Guard holds a pistol and the sword of the East: the Katana.


An officer of the People's League Army observes the battlefield and issues orders and commands.



Comments

 I made it 
  January 4, 2013
Quoting Sir Seamus the 1st Interesting history!
Thank you! Remind me that I need to get back to this Gundam universe of mine at some point within the near future.
 I like it 
  January 3, 2013
Interesting history!
 I made it 
  October 26, 2012
Quoting Sylphion - Love the background story, but I have only one criticism: The word on the flag actually stands for 'No' (Or any opposite of yes). It'll only be 'Immortal' if you add this word: (http://translate.google.com.sg/#en/zh-CN/die), literally translated it would mean 'no death' or 'unable to die'. Trust me, I'm Asian! Other than that, I hope to see more from you!
Thanks for the comment! I looked up the symbol for "immortal" and this was the best that I could do with the scale of the flag (2x3 of 6x16 stud plates), so I knew that it was not going to be perfect. But, close enough. I was going for a "Starship Troopers" (movie, not the book in this case) propaganda feel with my the soldier pictures on all of my background stories.
 I like it 
  October 26, 2012
Love the background story, but I have only one criticism: The word on the flag actually stands for 'No' (Or any opposite of yes). It'll only be 'Immortal' if you add this word: (http://translate.google.com.sg/#en/zh-CN/die), literally translated it would mean 'no death' or 'unable to die'. Trust me, I'm Asian! Other than that, I hope to see more from you!
 
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