Discussion in 'Civ5 - Stories & Let's Plays' started by Heerlo, Jun 24, 2012.
If you mean keep taking land from them, I'm not sure yet. I need to take them down a notch, so....
Yeah they do have a lot of cities. You really need to rustle his jimmies.
and the #1 liberator award goes to...
Wow you're really good at this
Anyway I'm a fairly new member and I have been paying attention to this thread for a while now and this is one of my favorite threads so I hope the best for your nation and a very happy Easter
P.S Are you planning on doing another series in the future?
Maybe in your new story you'll find yourself in the position of liberator again....
Glad you like the story, and welcome! Happy Easter to you all as well.
And I have been thinking for a long time that I might do a story similar to this except starting in the ancient era.
I was actually going to suggest that. This story has been a great success to date and it's kept me on the edge of my seat. It would be fun to follow the history of an entire civilization right from the get-go.
I shall think about it then.....
Been lurking around in this thread for a while. Enjoying the story, hope you keep updating. Looks like some of the pressure will be off Haerbin now that you've liberated Kukia.
Yea, it was a pretty rough little battle to defend Haerbin and the aluminum.
Glad you like the story.
nice job defending your critical resources
make another update!! the story is becoming interesting!!!!
Whoa, has it already been about two weeks since the last couple of updates?
Well, next one should come soon.
Finally, in late January, 2135, American forces captured the Turkish capital, Istanbul.
Many people all over the world began to believe that the capture of Istanbul was the beginning of the end for Turkish evil. But even though their capital had fallen, the Turkish government still would not give up the lands they had conquered, and they prepared a counter-attack to retake Istanbul.
Ottoman forces counter-attacked hard in several major battles over the next few years, and fought ferociously to retake their capital.
But Turkish forces were out-matched. Although suffering some casualties, American forces held the line, and prepared for the next offensive into Turkish territory.
At least two more updates probably coming tomorrow.
Damn, now the Ottomans have lost too... Ganbare, Nihon!
That was quite a battle! It looks like rocket artillery and naval support really turned the counterattack around.
And stealth bombers.
Sorry, I don't think anymore updates are coming tonight. I was gone for a long time today.
But probably tomorrow.
After the capture of the city of Kukia, American forces began the southern push to liberate the rest of occupied Songhai territory. American forces quickly recovered a large Songhai territory south of Kumbi Saleh, while seeing suprisingly little Turkish resistance. But even when American forces ran into any resistance, it was quickly defeated by the advanced and well-trained American forces.
While continuing the southward push, the US received the news that Novgorod had fallen to the Ottoman forces, leaving Russia with only one major city.
The US was not sure how much longer Russia could hold out, so this put pressure on American forces to finish the southern campaign as quickly as possible and come to Russia's aid.
American and Ottoman forces eventually met in a decent sized battle southeast of Taghaza, but the Turkish forces were eventually routed.
While the American robots held the line and waited for some minor repairs, an armor division landed on the island of Artuin, and, with the help of long range American missile artillery firing from the mainland, the island was taken.
Although the US didn't know for sure who the island originally belonged to, the US determined to eventually turn over control of the island to the Songhai.
Meanwhile, back on the mainland, after recuperating from the last battle, American forces continued the southern march. After a minor battle near Tombouctu, American forces captured the city and ended it's occupation.
The Songhai people watched eagerly as American forces looked to be on the verge of liberating their beloved capital.
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