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A Brave New World Part 2

Discussion in 'Never Ending Stories' started by EQandcivfanatic, Jan 28, 2009.

  1. EQandcivfanatic

    EQandcivfanatic Zailing Captain Retired Moderator

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    Global News Report

    DANISH FLU EPIDEMIC AT AN END. Stockholm, Swedish Empire. Red Cross officials have announced that it is clear that the frightening pandemic has ended almost as quickly as it began. The so-called Danish flu has returned to previous levels, attacking children and the elderly rather then those in their prime. Mortality rates have clearly dropped exponentially and the world has breathed a collective sigh of relief. The decrease in trade and the emplacement of various quarantines and other anti-flu measures are believed to have been effective. The distribution of vaccines by now wealthy Russian pharmaceutical companies was considered to be another important factor. Overall the disease has clearly receded globally into a much smaller threat. (+1 EP for Russia from pharmacy sales)

    RECESSION REPORT. Berlin, German Empire. The ongoing global recession seems to be continuing in a low position, as the global economy continues to stagnate. Though the decline restarted last year seems to have lessened, overall the economy seems to be in a stale position. Some nations have shown further economic recovery this year, but as spending remains low, so does economic progress. Below as before is a listing of economic changes as a result of the recession.
    Colombia: -1 EP
    German Empire: -1 EP
    New England: -1 EP
    Virginia: -1 EP

    North American News Report

    DEMONSTRATION CRUSHED IN FLORIDA. Saint Augustine, Florida. Demonstrations were held throughout the main cities of Florida this year against the Graham’s regime’s refusal to hold elections. The leaders of the demonstrations have been arrested by the Graham government which has blamed “Negro activists” for the confusion. Several subsequent protests and riots held by the black Seminole community were also crushed militarily as the government continues to restore order in the southern part of the country. (+1 Stability)

    NEW FRANCE ELECTIONS. New Caen, Republic of New France. The Republic of New France has seen a startling regime change this year with the success of the Liberal Party in the elections. The Liberal Party has pledged to halt nationalization of industry and even to sell off shares in the nationalized assets to private individuals. They have pledged an era of “limited socialization” in which they will maintain the rights of the worker while allowing for the institution of some free enterprise under government supervision. Politically the new government has distanced itself from the war in South America, pledging neutrality in the fight against Germany.

    UNREST CONTINUES IN LOUISIANA. Saint Louis, Empire of Louisiana. Dissent in the north continues to grow, labeled by some papers to have been inspired by the Klannist governments of Tennessee and Georgia to spark trouble in the empire. Rural bushwhackers have struck against Louisianan military bases and convoys, inflicting heavy losses. Efforts by Texan and Louisianan military to contain the guerillas have proven successful, and several insurgent camps have been located and destroyed. (-1 Louisianan Infantry Brigade, -2 Manpower)

    GERMANS FACE TROUBLE IN METIS REPUBLIC. Winnipeg, Metis Republic. In an effort to preserve the regime of Francis Coultier in the Metis Republic, German troops have been brought in. Though the government has been stabilized and the leader of the socialist syndicates has gone into hiding, the problems for the German soldiers are only beginning. Spread out across the country and the Canadian border, the German troops fight a war on two fronts, against socialist attacks and the elements. The harsh weather was brutal to the German troops, especially as the socialists began staging attacks against supplies of winter clothing. Thousands of Germans face treatment for the freezing conditions and more have been killed in the countless pinprick raids by Metis guerillas. (+4 Stability to Metis, -6 German Infantry Brigades)

    MANHATTAN REBELLION. New York City, Republic of New England. The illegal organization known as the New York Yankees has launched its first violent campaign against the New Englander government. The organization armed a full rebellion on the island of Manhattan taking almost full control of New York City. The New Englander response was swift and brutal. Local artillery forces and naval vessels in the harbor opened fire on known Yankee strongholds. Though the Yankees managed to sink a light cruiser through counter battery fire with some light artillery pieces, the triumph was short lived. The bombardment set fire to much of the wooden town, and the Yankees found themselves trapped in the flames with countless civilians. The New Englander military moved in systematically as they had in the Philippines, crushing the remaining resistance. The devastation of the city and untold number of civilian dead have been circulated by the surviving Yankees throughout New York, serving as a rallying cry for new recruits. (-3 Infantry Brigades, 1 Light Cruiser)

    MIAMI IN REBELLION. Miami, Miami People’s Republic. After eighteen years of building up arms and numbers, the Miami nation has opened in full rebellion against the Virginian Empire. With the Virginian army posted along the Georgian border or stationed in the Middle East, the Miami people have vowed to reclaim their country. Virginian aristocracy in the region and oil wells have been seized by the Miami. The landed aristocrats have been executed as “criminals against the well being of the People.” All guerillas have been mobilized in preparation for a fight against the Virginian army.

    DETROIT ACCORDS. Detroit, Virginian Empire. The threat posed by the Co-Axial Pact of Nations has concerned several North American nations who have viewed the pact as a potential threat for future French political expansion back into North America. The Detroit Accords were signed as a pact of a unified response to any French movements into North America following the creation of the Co-Axial Pact. Among the signatories were Virginia, Canada, Pennsylvania, Texas, and the Union of Mexico.

    ALGONQUIN ELECTIONS. Fox Falls, Algonquin Nation. This year’s elections in the Algonquin Nation were dominated by foreign matters, particularly the presence of German troops in neighboring Metis Republic and the rebellion to the south in the Virginian Empire. Fears that the Liberal Party would be too soft when it comes to the nation’s security have lest to an ousting of them from power, and the election of a moderate coalition of right leaning Liberals and Conservatives. The Moderate Party has promised to being a ground and sea military build up to protect the nation against imperialism and communism. (+1 Stability)

    GEORGIA AND TENNESSEE ALLY. Atlanta, Georgia. The Georgian and Tennessean governments have issued announcement of a new alliance in order to protect each other from the risk of foreign intervention in domestic affairs. Negroes in Georgia have protested the alliance, which has led to several violent encounters. Several thousand are believed to have been killed or seriously injured in racial based riots in Atlanta and Savannah. Negro newspapers have published stirring articles about the genocides in Tennessee and the mass executions taking place there, achieving some support with various liberal factions of Georgian society.

    FURTHER REFORM FORCED IN VIRGINIA. Richmond, Virginian Empire. Even as part of the country rises in rebellion, elements of the Liberal Party at home have used the opportunity to gain even further domestic powers for the house. Though the colonies retain the structure of the old empire, the king has been deprived of almost all powers at home. The Liberal Party now faces its first test with the Miami Rebellion, and the country awaits to see if the democratically elected body can keep Virginia strong.

    Central/South American News Report

    BUENOS AIRES ELECTIONS. Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Protectorate. Despite a chaotic economic situation and recent drops in stability, the Conservative Party President of Buenos Aires has pledged to keep the nation secure against anarchy. Playing off fears of social collapse and the rising war between SUSA and Germany the Conservative Party has maintained full control of all sections of the government. (+3 Stability)

    ELECTIONS AMID TURMOIL IN GUATEMALA. Guatemala City, Guatemala. This year was a bloody year in addition to an election year in Guatemala. Conservative elements of the Guatemalan military attempted to oust the socialist regime, but with the support of Mexican and government troops, the coup was brutally crushed. In the wake of this turmoil came new elections, closely guarded by Mexican soldiers to prevent further military disturbances. Despite heavy socialistic influence, a coalition Moderate Party has been brought into office. This group has invited less radical rightist movements to join in the management of the political office, bringing about a new government. This government has pledged to maintain the border integrity of Guatemala as well as to help stabilize the nation’s economy in the wake of the recession. (+1 Stability)

    JAMAICA ELECTIONS. Kingston, Jamaica. The Jamaican government won a secure victory under the Liberal Party this year, maintaining the former presidency. The Liberals have vowed to keep ties strong with the Gulf Alliance, though they have not expressed a desire for membership as of yet. The Jamaican government has also promised to make sure that the rights of the nations workers will continue to be protected as Texan and other business interests continue to buy up old land and plantations. (+2 Stability)

    WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA. Georgetown, Republic of the Netherlands. Disaster appears to have been averted in the jungles of the Amazon. German troops have managed to evacuate the majority of the army out of the Brazilian Amazon. Vacating through ports in Dutch Guyana, the German troops have lived to fight another day. Some troops remained, whether by intent or disease. The Amazon jungle took a heavy toll upon the German forces, particularly as all heavy equipment was forcibly scrapped by the German military in order to prevent capture by the socialists. Some German troops have remained behind on the front lines in Bolivia which continues to fight on. German and Bolivian troops have managed to hold back a Mexican and La Platan offensive once more, though the socialists did actually manage to secure a small front with heavy casualties. The greatest battles of the war took place at sea as a combined force of capitalist ships were sent from Porto Pedro in Africa to engage the Mexican navy. The massive fleet of nearly one hundred ships from four different countries was soon spotted along the Brazilian coast steaming northwest. The Mexican fleet was rallied and also regrouped to meet the Germans at a geographical chokepoint near Trinidad and Tobago before they could refresh themselves at Georgetown harbor. Along the entire route socialist submarines kept up a constant attack upon the German fleet, though small German task forces managed to inflict heavy casualties upon the South Americans thanks to tactics refined during the Suez War. When the fleets met in actual battle off the coast of Trinidad, the Mexican fleet, thanks to the advantage of catching the Germans by surprise with a lack of tell-tale columns of coal smoke, managed to fire two volleys before the allied force even managed to bracket the enemy. After about forty-five minutes of battle, the wreckage of the French fleet withdrew following the sinking of the FIS Marseilles. The remaining two destroyers of the Dutch task force soon also escaped to ports in the colonies further north. Despite the destruction of the Nova Brazil task force, the German fleet fought on. When evening at last arrived, both fleets withdrew under covering fire. The German fleet berthed in Georgetown while the Mexicans withdrew to their nearest naval base.
    Casualty List
    German Empire: 24 Infantry Brigades, 12 Artillery Brigades, 15 Destroyers, 9 Light Cruisers, 4 Heavy Cruisers, 7 Battlecruisers, 5 Dreadnoughts, 2 Atlantic-class Battleships
    Nova Brazil: 6 Destroyers, 4 Light Cruisers, 2 Heavy Cruisers, 1 Battlecruiser
    France: 3 Destroyers, 1 Light Cruiser, 1 Dreadnought
    Netherlands: 2 Destroyers, 2 Light Cruisers, 2 Heavy Cruisers, 1 Dreadnought
    Bolivia: 16 Infantry Brigades
    SUSA: 3 Infantry Brigades, 16 Submarines
    Mexico: 8 Infantry Brigades, 26 Destroyers, 14 Light Cruisers, 7 Heavy Cruisers, 2 Battlecruisers, 4 Dreadnoughts, 1 Atlantic-class Battleship
    La Plata: 23 Infantry Brigades

    HAITI CLOSES PORTS. Port-au-Prince, Empire of Haiti. The Haitian government has closed all but two of its standing ports on the home island, and all of the ports in the colonies to international trade. The reason cited has been due to the rapid spread of the Danish flu and the prevention of future epidemics throughout Haiti and its empire. While this has created a boom of business at home, the colonies have thusly suffered as other nations are forced to an old version of mercantilism, buying from Haiti rather than directly from the colonies. Several light protests were held by the populace outside the Imperial Palace in Port-au-Prince, but a cavalry charge and police demonstration made short work of their resolve. The ringleaders have been arrested and imprisoned.

    MARTIAL LAW IN CHILE. Santiago, Chile. The Chilean government has declared martial law in response to the threat posed by Danish flu and sealed the borders militarily. Though this has put them in limited conflict with the nation of Bolivia, the Chilean government has issued a curfew and strict public guard. While the Danish flu has slowed its spread, many feel that the government has acted hastily, and limited protests were dispersed by police and local armed forces.

    LIBERALS SEIZE EL SALVADOR. San Salvador, El Salvador. The civil war in El Salvador has come to an end with the Liberal victory at San Salvador. The new government has purged the remaining elements of the enemy regime and a new absolutist presidential position has been established. The new government has vowed to maintain security and to reunite the Untied Provinces of Central America. A strong military will be assembled for this end. The governments of Guatemala and Honduras have condemned this view, threatening mobilization if the claims are not dropped. (+4 Stability)

    European News Report

    ITALY ELECTIONS. Rome, Republic of Italy. The Italian nation has seen more of the same in this year’s elections with the continuing success of the Conservative Party. The Liberal Party however has gained some ground with the continuing recession and from the overall dissolution of the Italian Socialist Party. The current government has pledged to maintain agreements and friendship with the new French government.

    RIOTS CONTINUE IN HUNGARY. Budapest, Hungary. Republican dissenters have continued to march against the government in unruly mobs this year in the nation of Hungary. The people have begun organizing and have issued demands for the king to abdicate in favor of a new Hungarian republic. So far the military has avoided direct confrontation with the rebels, though some fighting has taken place as the government attempts to maintain control of the capital and the government centers of other cities. Many fear that civil war could be around the corner.

    CO-AXIAL PACT SIGNED. Paris, France. Four nations have announced a new strengthening of ties this year with the signing of a strong defensive and technological pact. Georgia, Portugal, France, and Italy have all joined the new Co-Axial Pact of Nations. This organization is stated to provide all the powers with much needed security against expansionist neighbors. This agreement is believed to be the culmination of trade which has expanded between the four nations since the closure of the Great War.

    THE END OF BELGIUM. Brussels, occupied Belgium. In a massive assault by French and Italian soldiers, the forces of socialist Belgium have been brought to an end. The Belgian forces were simply incapable of withstanding the fury of the attack unleashed upon them. Though brutal fighting continues in the devastated city of Brussels, organized resistance has been brought to an end. The Dutch border remained closed to the military, leaving the Belgians trapped against the weight of the French army.
    Casualty List
    Belgium: destroyed
    France: 39 Infantry Brigades, 1 Tank Brigade
    Italy: 22 Infantry Brigades

    FIGHTING CONTINUES IN IRELAND. Cork, Cork Emergency District. English reinforcements and a renewed Ulster offensive have led to continued heavy fighting throughout the island of Ireland. Brutal conflict has erupted between Irish and English troops in the urban centers of southern Ireland, where the Irish mimic the fighting of Brussels in order to gain an advantage. In the western part of the island, Protestant and Catholic troops, some of whom fought alongside eachother in the Anglo-Celtic War, have fought in a manner similar to the conflict. Trenches and the apparatus of that type of war prevails in brutal fighting. The English gained a great success when they capture a Zeppelin airfield and the squadron intact.
    Casualty List
    Ulster: 20 Infantry Brigades
    England: 15 Infantry Brigades, 3 Artillery Brigades
    Cork: 27 Infantry Brigades, 7 Artillery Brigades

    SOCIALIST VIOLENCE CONTINUES IN GERMANY. Berlin, German Empire. A united strike has been declared in Germany proper among the members of the railroad, shipping, and manufacturing industries. The strike effectively shut down the nation’s commerce for several weeks, until military force was brought in to restore order. Several violent clashes have taken place as the socialists face off against the German military. Civilian casualties are unknown at this point, but collateral damages upon homes and businesses appears to be minimal.

    SWEDISH ELECTIONS. Stockholm, Swedish Empire. Elections in Sweden this year have been wrought with concern over involvement in foreign affairs. The wars in which the European Alliance of Nations have involved themselves in have greatly concerned the Swedish people. The Conservative Party, though it has in the past pledged interventionist policies, have promised not to involve the Swedish military in a war the country does not support. The Conservatives continue to retain control of the government as they have for nearly thirty years.

    FIRST GREAT FILM RELEASED. Sevastopol, Russian Imperial Federation. Along the Black Sea coast, a new community is emerging known loosely as Movigrad, where booming “film studios” have emerged and produced the world’s first hour long feature film to be displayed in “theaters” across the Federation. Birth of a Nation is a movie, featured in stunning black and white with state of the art silent messages. This film portrays the creation of revolutionary France, ending with Russians marching valiantly into Paris. The revolutionary director and writer has claimed that this film is a warning against the recent rise of the Lisists in France, claiming that the message is “look what happened last time they had a revolution.” The wild financial success of this film has occurred across the entire countries, bringing a surprised Sevastopol unexpected new commerce as new studios emerge to gain part of this new market. (+2 EP)

    African/Middle Eastern News Report

    TUNISIA ELECTIONS. Tunis, Tunisia. As volunteers return home from service with the Ottoman army, the government of Tunisia has seen a influx of Islamist ideals into politics. The Liberal Party regime has been ousted by the Conservative Party, playing off the victory in the Ottoman Empire, where nearly five Christian armies met their doom. The Conservative Party has managed to secure control of the government, pledging to raise new ties with the Ottoman Empire and their new institutions. Renewed trading relations with Morocco and the Middle East are sure to follow. (-1 Stability)

    PALESTINE ELECTIONS. Al Quds, Palestine. The German protectorate of Palestine held their first elections this year, and they were very hotly contested. Though socialist and communist parties were outlawed under the nation’s constitution, the Liberal Party has managed to express a rather sizable showing against the Conservative Party. The Conservatives, however, with the backing of German business managed to secure the majority of votes and establish control over the government. They have promised to stabilize the country and to bring about a new era of peace in the Middle East. (+1 Stability)

    BALUCH ELECTIONS. Zahedan, Baluchestan. The nation of Baluchestan has held their first free elections this year and the secularist Liberal Party has won out, pledging the creation of a secular and stable democracy. The new constitution outlaws religious based political organizations and emphasizes a secular view point. They have become highly unpopular with the local clergy who denounce the new constitution, claiming that Islam should be in government. The Liberal Party has also announced that they will be making peace with Afghanistan and ending their involvement in the fighting in neighboring Persia. (+3 Stability)

    FIGHTING IN PERSIA. Kabul, Afghanistan. The last of the Afghani army has been pushed out of Persia by Baluch and Persian armies. This success has been seen as a triumph of Persian arms, particularly in the wake of Afghani infighting. The Afghanistan government has pledged that they will work for peace, but have warned Persia against attempting to capitalize on its successes “lest they fall into the pit of eternal war.” Baluchestan’s new government has already signed peace with Afghanistan, withdrawing its troops home as they build a new nation from the hills.
    Casualty List
    Persia: 3 Infantry Brigades
    Baluchestan: 2 Infantry Brigades
    Afghanistan: 4 Infantry Brigades

    NEW ORDER IN VIRGINIAN MIDDLE EAST. Basra, Iraq. The Virginian government has completed its plans for the limited independence of its Middle Eastern possessions. The two new nations of Arabistan and Iraq are still under the de facto control of Virginia, and the Virginian king remains the official head of state. The king has appointed two governor-generals to run the new countries in his name. The new governments have begun the construction of new economies and militaries in a very hostile region.

    Asian/Pacific News Report

    RUSSIAN CHINA RISES IN REVOLT. Peking, Union of Chinese Collectives. In a manner to intensify the ongoing Chinese conflict, the Russian occupied region of China, under Russian control since 1905, has risen up in full rebellion. Well prepared cadres of communists have seized control of Russian bases and equipment as well as rallying the cities behind them. Preaching the rallying cry of the end of Russian exploitation of the Chinese people, the communists have brought the north in alongside them. Only the garrison at Harbin was able to repulse the attackers. The multitude of arsenals seized has greatly bolstered the communist ability to wage war, as new recruits rally to the banner. (Russian: -18 Infantry Brigades, -6 Cavalry Brigades, -16 Artillery Brigades, -5 Tank Brigades)

    DESERTIONS IN THE REPUBLIC. Lanzhou, Republic of China. A disturbing trend has been noted in the republican military. Large numbers of desertions have been reported, and unlike in the past, have not been merely joining other armies. Some of these soldiers are reported to have been fighting for nearly fifteen years with some warlord or other faction. One general has stated to the press that the men are “exhausted of war.” Most of them have returned home or been recaptured by Chinese civil authorities. Due to the large numbers of deserted or uncooperative troops, a decision for execution has been forestalled for review by the government. (-10 Infantry Brigades)

    KOREA COMPLETES COLONIZATION PROGRAM. Matsuyama, Korean Empire. After several years of intensive government funding the Korean Empire has announced the completion of the Shikoku Colonization Program. Unemployed or other suitable candidates from Korea have been sent to settle the Japanese island of Shikoku. They have swamped the island with their presence, often driving out former Japanese residents and monopolizing the resources and cities. Though they has allowed for greater exploitation of the island, the result has been a confirmed development of a Japanese resistance movement. Though no one is sure of the extent of this movement, some suspect secret enclaves of samurai based organizations throughout the more remote regions of Japan. (+2 EP for Korea)

    NEW CHINESE REFORM OUTRAGES WEALTHY. Fuzhou, Fujian. The Chinese republican government, in order to appeal to leftists has confiscated a large amount of land either formerly or currently owned by nobles. The nobles have refused to acknowledge this and have rallied around a new warlord in the east, taking a small part of the army with them. They have not met with much popular or military support, but enough to keep control of the territory they’ve taken.

    FIGHTING IN CHINA. Zhengzhou, Union of Chinese Collectives. A stage of the Chinese civil war has come to an end. After several vicious battles with the imperial forces, the Chinese communists and republicans have broken the emperor’s lines. Republican forces were the first to reach Zhengzhou, where a long prepared document was presented to the emperor. The emperor has formally abdicated and declared the imperial government abolished. The remnants of his army have defected either to the communists or to the republicans. The resulting confusion led to several major battles between the communists and republicans, wherein superior communist numbers led to a decisive defeat of the republican army, pushing them out of Zhengzhou. Smaller republican attacks in the south have led to some limited success as the Chinese republicans push north. Guangxi has also had some limited success, pushing forward, though stalwart republican resistance soon led to major casualties and a halted advance.
    Casualty List
    Chinese Empire: 50 Infantry Brigades (destroyed)
    Republican China: 81 Infantry Brigades, 8 Cavalry Brigades, 10 Artillery Brigades
    Communist China: 66 Infantry Brigades, 12 Artillery Brigades
    Guangxi: 37 Infantry Brigades, 3 Artillery Brigades

    Diplomatic Pouch

    To: Persia
    From: Afghanistan

    We are willing to discuss peace, we are willing to return to pre-war borders.

    To: Virginia
    From: Miami People’s Republic

    We demand you recognize our sovereign nation, or we will make sure you learn the strength of our resolve!

    OOC

    Due to the extensive amounts of anti-flu things which too place, not all of them have received the press worthy enough to be included in this update. Only the ones which have led to domestic violence or turmoil have been mentioned.

    @Milarqui: once more, stability can only be raised by one per turn.

    Medicine level 1 is now assumed to be common knowledge thanks to humanitarian efforts by the Red Cross and other government during the Danish flu crisis.

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  2. Tyrion

    Tyrion Hmmm.....

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    nice update but that zep squadron isnt in my stats... unless i cant use it despite capturing it... Can i reverse engineer it?
     
  3. EQandcivfanatic

    EQandcivfanatic Zailing Captain Retired Moderator

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    @Tyrion, it should be in the stats, and you did (very luckily) get the ability to build new ones.
     
  4. Tyrion

    Tyrion Hmmm.....

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    Mwahaaha thank you very much EQ makes all this bad luck worth while :p
     
  5. Adrogans

    Adrogans Quiet Laughter...

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    I should be at 10 in the chemistry research. Nice update I enjoy this nes.
     
  6. a_propagandist

    a_propagandist The Light Brigadier

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    Netherlands, please.
     
  7. bombshoo

    bombshoo Never mind...

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    Why didn't I get my armored cars or zeppelins? Did they even have any effect on the fighting sense they are not listed in my stats? They were the backbone of my strategy. If I didn't get these and the Communist have tanks now, I don't know whats going on.
     
  8. Milarqui

    Milarqui Deity

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    It makes us sad to see that you have been subverting the EAN Charter, specifically point IV.1, that requires all members of the EAN to share ALL technologies that have been researched or bought with the EAN at no cost. As of now, you have not shared with the rest of the EAN the following technologies:
    Battleship
    Zeppelins
    Motorized Agriculture

    If we do not see these technologies within the following year, we are willing to ask for a vote to temporally suspend you from membership in the EAN.

    Yours faithfully,
    Thorvald Stauning
    Prime Minister of the Danish Empire
     
  9. Crezth

    Crezth 話說天下大勢分久必合合久必分

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    This is the most awesome post Milarqui has ever made.
     
  10. Milarqui

    Milarqui Deity

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    Why? (10char)
     
  11. Matt0088

    Matt0088 Deity

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    :agree:
    Hopefully the EAN = TAP.
     
  12. EQandcivfanatic

    EQandcivfanatic Zailing Captain Retired Moderator

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    @Bombshoo: Just PMed Soldier Child about that, will fix it with the next update. They did have an effect on the front with Guangxi
     
  13. DarthNader

    DarthNader Destroyer of Worlds

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    There was a problem last turn where EQ didn't add the techs I had obtained...thinking that the supplier didn't confirm. It was fixed, but apparently he never had them shared, which I had written in the orders the same turn I got the techs. As for Battleships, I sent them to all of the EAN the same time I got it from Morrocco, which was quite a few turns ago. I JUST noticed that you didn't have them (could have sworn the Dutch built an Atlantic-class).

    So, on that note...EQ, can we get that all fixed please?
     
  14. Anonymous2U

    Anonymous2U Deadly Serious

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    Give the Miami people their freedom you have denied them for so long .

    OCC: The tome of this is diplomatic and cordial not threatening
     
  15. EQandcivfanatic

    EQandcivfanatic Zailing Captain Retired Moderator

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    @DarthNader: certainly that can be fixed.

    @Anonymous: kind of subtracts from the diplomacy if you have to explain you're NOT threatening someone.
     
  16. Crezth

    Crezth 話說天下大勢分久必合合久必分

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    Kind of like "You're an idiotic monkey child. No offense, though."
     
  17. Anonymous2U

    Anonymous2U Deadly Serious

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    OCC: A lot people here take things the wrong way and create incidents out of little mole hills. This is simply a request to undo the evils of the past. We want them to the right thing and allow the Miami to become independent. We are not threatening any action if they don’t comply.

    @Crezth your analogy is completely inaccurate because we are not threatening Virginia or insulting them. We want to them simply want them to the right thing. It is quite simply diplomatic support the Miami.
     
  18. Crezth

    Crezth 話說天下大勢分久必合合久必分

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    Insultin' a Frenchman's analogies be worse than insultin' his mother! We hereby declare the commies of Lakota to not be very nice or interesting people.
     
  19. Jason The King

    Jason The King Deity

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    This is none of your concern.
     
  20. germanicus12

    germanicus12 First Citizen of Rome

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    Wow it took you this long to figure it out? Deseret's known that since before they became commies.

    OOC: In case this was not clear enough for you, yes it is an insult to the French as well. :p
     

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