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Power shifts in SicilyGuy's War of the World

Discussion in 'Civ3 - Stories & Tales' started by SicilyGuy, Aug 30, 2006.

  1. SicilyGuy

    SicilyGuy Chieftain

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    This story is about a war (obvious). It's kind of in like a history book set up, but not really. Just read it and you'll understand.

    June 7,1912

    The Malaysian Empire was not thriving. The water supply in all of the major cities were contaminated with cow dung and pollution, every winter there was mass famine, a total thirteen percent of the country was diseased at any given time, and the army was almost all guerilla soldiers. East of Saigon's harbor were some ships. Not just any ships, but Japanese ones. Diplomatic tensions between Malaysia and Japan escalated during the early 1900s, and finally Japan wanted to "relieve" Malaysia from empire status. It was just a lingering relic from the middle ages when it conquered its neighbors, but now just a useless collection of people. On this day, three thousand Japanese soldiers landed at Saigon and took the city without a fight. Some Japanese soldiers thought it was so easy, they did not believe it was war.

    The Malaysian sultan Maxor asked the Ottomans for help in the war, but Sultan Zermann of the Ottomans refused, saying he was caught up with "governing Europe." For now, Malaysia would have to fight a war with Japan on her own.

    June 10, 1912

    More villages and towns in Vietnam fall to the Japanese invaders. Literally, all the coastline of southern Vietnam is under Japanese control. The Malaysian army consists of 83,000 men, 40,000 of which are on the front, compared to Japan's 1.5 million men, 400,000 of which are on the front. Hour after hour, another town falls victim to the rapid Japanese expansion.

    At six in the evening, Sultan Maxor issues a draft. Almost one million men are drafted and are given uniforms and either rifles, cannons, or horses and are sent directly to the front, without training. At least 15,000 die on the way there, from falling off horses or from accidentally shooting themselves or a comrade.

    June 12, 1912

    Ho Chi Minh City falls after a surprise attack from the north. Now the Japanese control all of the coastline of the province of Vietnam. 30,000 draftees die when the Japanese attempt to cross the Mekong River. The Japanese have been stopped with this tactical victory on Malaysia's part, but its only a matter of days, at most, when the Japanese will invade Cambodia and Laos, also Malaysian provinces.

    June 20, 1912

    Finally Japanese troops cross every section of the Mekong in a stunning offensive on Malaysia, killing almost 120,000 Malaysians and capturing countless artillery. Most of Malaysia's cavalry has retreated into Malaysian Siam. During the battle, Japanese artilery assaulted Malaysia's draftees, most of them huddling in large groups, slaughtering them by the dozen. After this, Japanese cavalry crossed some bridges, slicing through the remaining draftees, almost all injured, ending their misory. Surviving ones in perfect condition were sent back across the river to build fortifications for Japan. The Malaysians have burnt some bridges in parts of the Mekong River, but Japan's industrial might rebuilds them in only a few hours.

    June 30, 1912

    The Japanese invasion of Cambodia commenced. Laos has not been invaded by Japanese troops but if the Malaysian inftrastructure at Cambodia is destroyed, then Laos will be cut off and therefore will fall easier.

    Most of the offensive on Cambodia, a well fortified center of Malaysian arts and innovation, was done with the innovative Japanese tanks, bombers, and battleships off the coast. Malaysian ironclads were dispatched to try and destroy the battleships, but ultimately it failed, sinking four Malaysian ironclads and not even damaging anything Japanese.

    The sultan again has asked the Ottomans for support, and to be ironic Sultan Zermann of the Ottomans sent three turkey sandwiches and a bag of rubbrer bands. Malaysia is desperate for any kind of help.

    July 15, 1912

    After a heroic two week long campaign, all of Cambodia and Laos fall to Japanese control. The city of Bangkok, the capital of Malaysia (despite it is in the province of Siam) prepares for a long siege, importing the finest artillery and weapons from around the shrivelled up empire. Sultan Maxor has fled to Kuala Lumpur, the traditional capital that was once the nation's head in the ancient times.

    July 20, 1912

    Japanese bombers signify the invasion of Siam today by attempting to bomb Bangkok, although most of their planes were shot down by anti aircraft guns at Bangkok. Still, 800,000 Japanese soldiers are ready to attack the city when the secret word "Samurai" is spread.

    August 4, 1912

    Malaysia is salvaged when a miracle battle just east of Bangkok is fought. Thirty thousand guerillas from Malaysia defeated the proffesionally trained army of the Japanese, with 700,000 men, 200 tanks, and 50 planes. This could be the beginning of the salvation of Malaysia.

    August 10, 1912

    News in Europe, a Greek spy is exposed in Smyrna, Otttoman Empire. The Ottomans express a hatrid for the Greek people by burning Greek flags, and Sultan Zermann demands gold and sciences from the Greeks to make up for the spy incident.

    August 14, 1912

    The Greek king, Phillips I, refused to give in to the Ottomans demands, and found his country at war. Immediately, transport ships carrying 14,000 elite Greek troops landed at Smyrna and took the city, with help from propaganda initiated with help from Greeks inside the city.

    And in Asia, the Malaysians take back five miles of land in Cambodia. Not much, but this is the beginning of an even war there.

    August 25, 1912

    Ottoman soldiers try to retake Smyrna but fail, with between 100,000 and 200,000 casualties.

    September 1, 1912

    A stalemate breaks out in the Asian Front, along the Mekong River, Japanese on the east bank and the Malaysians on the west. Exchange of artillery fire is almost non-stop.

    September 3, 1912

    A second counteroffensive on Smyrna by the Ottomans is executed, the city falls and elite Greek troops in the city are captured and marched in a parade in Istanbul, where garbage and rocks are hurled at them.

    September 11, 1912

    The Ottomans invade northern Greece by taking Argos, a stronghold in the region.

    September 15, 1912

    Malaysia and the Ottoman Empire sign an alliance against each other's enemies.

    September 16, 1912

    A similar alliance is signed between Greece and Japan.

    September 20, 1912

    A Turko-Malaysian offensive on Java begins. Japanese cities there fall with Ottoman air support.

    September 22, 1912

    Ottoman subjects in Albania revolt with Greek support. Within twelve minutes, however, the uprising is put down by Ottomans bombing them.

    September 25, 1912

    Java falls to the Turko-Malaysians. The Japanese government issues pamphlets encouraging civil disobediance in the captured territory and tells Japanese women and children to comitt suicide, to prevent any contamination of the Japanese race.

    September 30, 1912

    Athens is sieged by the Greeks. In order to reach the siege, the Ottomans demand the Bulgarians allow the Otttomans to use their railways in East Rumelia.

    October 2, 1912

    The Bulgarians refuse to let the Ottomans use their railways and the Ottomans declare war on the Bulgarians.

    Octrober 5, 1912

    The Ottomans deploy a force of 600,000 to conquer the Bulgarians, who have drafted a 150,000 men leaving their army at 450,000.

    October 7, 1912

    The Malaysian right flank in the delta of the Mekong advances across the river and takes some ground southwest of Saigon. At this time, there are 1.6 million Japanese, 800,000 Malaysian, and 60,000 Ottoman troops on the frontline. The Malaysians have another million men in training, but the Japanese only have 200,000 in training. The Malaysians believe that once the main Japanese force of 1.6 million can be weakened, the Japanese will not be able to send more troops and will have to surrender.

    October 12, 1912

    The Malaysians build their first plane and send it to be stationed at an airbase in southern Korea.

    October 13, 1912

    Malaysia's plane bombs Tokyo, killing some of its citizens.

    October 17, 1912

    The siege of Athens is broken when the Ottomans have to pull out 20,000 men to fight against Bulgaria. This means the Greeks are on the offensive, moving up the coastline.

    October 21, 1912

    The Greeks take the Dodecine Islands from the Ottomans with no casualties.

    November 3, 1912

    Saigon is retaken by the Malaysians. Also, the Ottoman puppet state of India declares war on Japan, Greece, and Bulgaria, called the Exter Powers (Ottomans, Indians, Malaysians are the Centrals).

    November 11, 1912

    The Germans, Austro-Hungarians, and Romanians, formerly observers of the war, declare war on the Central Powers. They want to get territory in the Balkans currently owned by the Turks. The Germans want some of Macedonia, the Austrians want Serbia and Croatia, and the Romanians want the Bosporus. The Germans immediately send 300,000 of their 2 million troops, the Austrians send 80,000 of their 400,000, and the Romanians send 4,000 of their 10,000 troops (but don't worry, the Romanians have almost 650,000 in training!)

    November 20, 1912

    The Ottomans conclude a secret meeting with the Brazilians. Brazil declares war on the Exter Powers. At the time, Brazil is the ultimate hyperpower, having five million troops and the largest navy, airforce, and army in the world.

    November 22, 1912

    Italy, Spain, and KOPAS (Kingdom of Portugal and Sicily) fund the Germans who pledge to "defeat the Brazilians, making them their main focus". The Germans send almost one million men in transport ships and all of their navy, mostly submarines, across the Atlantic Ocean to invade Brazil.

    November 27, 1912

    The stalemate at the Mekong is broken when an Ottoman division invades a town held by the Japanese. Now, the Japanese are trapped in northeast Vietnam.

    November 30, 1912

    Battle of Fakland Islands, navy battle between Brazil and Germany. Germans win and send their ships into the delta of the Rio de La Plata (Brazilian controlled land). In the Balkans, the Exters plan an offensive on Istanbul. In Asia, the Japanese are holding on but can they pull of a miracle like the Malaysians did earlier with their 1.5 million men? Find out on the next post.
     
  2. SicilyGuy

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    December 4, 1912

    The Americans declare war on the Greeks and all of their allies. They hope to regain lost territories from the Brazilian-American War.

    During the Brazilian-American War, the Brazilians and their Mexican allies tried to invade America. Due to the folly of their own leader, Yon Masa, wanted one group of almost one million men to come up through Texas and push to Washington DC. Still, the Americans were unarmed and unprepared. So, an international force of Romanians, Greeks, Spaniards, and Portuguese annexed some internationally industrial zones in America and pledged to help the Americans, and give the land back later on. Well, the Brazilian invasion was stopped at the epic battle of st. louis, and all the international powers gave back territory, except the greeks who took florida, alabama, and southern georgia. and since the americans have held grudges.

    Immediately the American generals prepared to invade the greek americas.

    December 8, 1912

    A total of one million Germans, Greeks, Romanians, and Austrians attack Edrine, Ottoman Empire. The stronghold's defense is deteriorating by the hour.

    December 10, 1912

    Edrine falls and nearly 87,000 Ottoman prisoners are taken and converted into Greek soldiers.

    December 19, 1912

    The Americans invade Alabama with little resistance. The Greek army on the Edrine Line (aka the "December Line" in Turkish Europe) takes 400,000 Greek soldiers and sends them to defend the remainder of Greek America.

    December 25, 1912

    The Christmas Revolution in Puerto Rico. Pro-Portuguese rebels sieze the capitol building and kill the leaders and install themselves. Just hours later they declare war on Brazil and America, even though Portugal never actually did.

    January 2, 1913

    Malaysian troops take the last fortress in Japanese Indochina, seeing the end of Japan's offensive war.

    January 4, 1913

    Japan surrenders when three Malaysian submarines are caught in Tokyo Bay. The Japanese agree to embarrassing peace terms, they give up Java, Hainan, and their satellite state in Philippines.

    January 9, 1913

    Australia declares war on Russia after Russia refuses to give natural gas to Australia. The Australians have only 175,000 troops next to Russia's three million, but the Australian army is elite while Russia's is all conscripts.

    January 13, 1913

    Another treaty regarding Japan is signed, limiting Japan's army to 30,000 men, 150,000 reserves, 100 artillery, 500 planes, 50 tanks, 15 ships of any type including submarines, 5,000 cavalry, and no nuclear arms. The rest of the Japanese army (thousands of artillery, planes, tanks, ships, and nukes) are given to the Malaysians, modernizing them instantaniously.

    January 23, 1913

    The Japanese allow Australia to use its airfields and ports to reach Russia to invade.

    January 24, 1913

    The Russians sign an alliance with the Central Powers, and Australia does with the Exter Powers.

    January 31, 1913

    Due to bad weather, the Central Power's secret assault on Istanbul is stalled until March; however the Turks notice the buildup and bomb the Exter's camps, killing thousands.

    February 16, 1913

    The Germans invade Uruguay, a province of Brazil. The Brazilian army is severly damaged and their frontline is almost destoyed.

    February 23, 1913

    The Greeks capture Atlanta, America. The Americans counterattack Pensecola, taking the city.

    March 2, 1913

    The attack on Istanbul fails miserably, leading to one million Exter deaths.

    March 9, 1913

    Puerto Rican soldiers take Cayenne, in northern Brazil.

    March 20, 1913

    The Malaysians and Ottomans finally transfer two million men from the front in Asia to the European Front.

    April 3, 1913

    Siberian cities are bombed by the Australians.

    April 4, 1913

    A Russian invasion of Moldavia begins.

    April 7, 1913

    Unvealing a secret alliance with Romania, the Teutonic Order (in Lithuania) declare war on Russia. Teutonic Knights invade Belarus.

    April 21, 1913

    The Russians complete the conquest of Romania, but revolutions led by King Aaron I engulf most cities.

    May 5, 1913

    The Turks retake Albania, Macedonia, and Serbia in the grueling Nish Offensive. This sets back Exter plans to reattempt Istanbul until the summer.

    May 16, 1913

    The Puerto Rican navy bombards Lima, Brazil.

    May 28, 1913

    The Teutons invade Ukraine, cutting off the Russian supply lines to captured Romania. With this, Russians in MOldavia are killed and King Aaron I becomes leader again, but just in Moldavia. Wallachia, southern Romania, is annexed by the Ottomans.

    June 11, 1913

    The Italians, Portuguese, and Spaniards declare war on the Central Powers and send troops to Brazil, where German and Puerto Rican troops are getting crushed.

    June 22, 1913

    Bulgarian troops assist the Teutonic invasion of Russsian Armenia.

    June 29, 1913

    Russia surrenders to the Exters, giving Belarus, Eastern Ukraine, and Armenia to the Teutonic Order, and southwest Ukraine to the Moldavians. Kamchatka is ceded to the Australians. Also, the Russians give a right of passage to the Teutons.

    July 1, 1913

    The Teutonic Knights invade Eastern Anatolia, Ottoman Empire, and move rapidly through the countryside.

    July 3, 1913

    The Teutonic advance in Anatolia is halted at Adana, where the whole Teutonic army is destroyed.

    July 9, 1913

    Exter reinforcements arrive in Brazil. The numbers, 25,000 Puerto Rican, 275,000 German, 800,000 Portuguese, 300,000 Italian, and 950,000 Spaniard. They arrive to reinforce the Uruguay and Cayenne fronts.

    July 29, 1913

    German warships bomb Bangkok, Malaysia. To cope with this, Malaysia pulls almost half of its army in Europe (about 300,000 men at this point) and sends them to Malaysia for defensive mode.

    August 1, 1913

    The Malaysians sign a peace treaty with the Exters after they are severely weakened at the bombing of Bangkok. They become a satellite state of the Germans and are promised full independence again in twenty years if they declare war on their former allies. Sultan Maxor accepts.

    August 7, 1913

    "the final victory of the centrals". Greco-Bulgarian troops are stopped from taking the town of Galliopoli. This is the final victory of the Centrals in the war.

    August 8, 1913

    Black Day of the Central Powers. In Brazil, an offensive on Sao Paulo by the Exters is successful, and the Brazilians retreat to their capital at Rio de Janeiro. In Europe, Turkish Serbia, Albania, Macedonia, and Wallachia fall to the Exters (notably Wallachia is not returned to Romania, now Moldavia, and instead becomes a Bulgarian province).

    August 10, 1913

    Moldavian troops sieze Trebzond, and march on their way to Ankara, central turkey.

    August 12, 1913

    Mutiny erupts in the Brazilian army. Only 500,000 men remain loyal and fight to the death at Brazilia, and the city falls to the Italians.

    August 13, 1913

    Revolution erupts in Brazil. The government flees to Bogota, while Rio de Janeiro is the head city of the revolution.

    August 19, 1913

    Despite the Central Powers obvious path to defeat, Mexico enters the Central Powers and attacks the Portuguese bases in Panama. The attacks are unsuccessful.

    August 29, 1913

    Brazil surrenders. Almost all of its territory is set free of its control as independnt states, except Uruguay becomes a German protectorate, Argentina a German satellite state, Cayenne/Guyana a Puerto Rican protectorate, and Panama a Portuguese protectorate. Also, the Brazilian army is limited to 80,000 men, 250,000 reserves, and 50 ships, humiliating to the once glorious nation.

    September 2, 1913

    Istanbul and Ankara fall to the Exters, and the Ottoman government now in Beirut surrenders. Palestine, Sinai, and Tripoli are given to Portugal, Syria, Albania and Lebanon to Italy, Egypt to Spain, Little Armenia and Kurdistan to the Teutonic Order, Macedonia and Serbia to the Germans, Wallachia to Bulgaria, Croatia and Bosnia to Austria-Hungary, and Trebzon to the Moldavians and the Bosporus is demilitarized and put under international control. The Ottoman navy is abolished and their army is limited to a mere 20,000 without reserves.

    September 5, 1913

    Mexico surrenders after a pointless war, and only have to give up Costa Rica to Portugal as a protectorate and Dominica to Puerto Rico as a colony. The Mexican government undergoes rapid change and becomes a pro-Portuguese country and a fascist state.

    September 12, 1913

    An international force of some three million now only have to finish America. Malaysian troops invade California while the Portuguese take Boston. The Greeks who are not anymore pre-occupied thrust into the south.

    September 12, 1913...two hours later

    The weak Americans surrender. Boston and Plymouth and Los Angeles become Sicilian, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Carolinas, and Louisiana are given to Greece, San Francisco is given to Malaysia, Alaska is given to Australia, Germany gets Maryland and Delaware, New York City, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania to Italy and some of Oregon and Mississippi to the Spaniards. Also, America is not allowed to have an army, and its defense force is made up of international troops (mostly Portuguese, who are trying to get control of that country too). This ends the War of the World...one.
     
  3. SicilyGuy

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    COUNTRY PARTICIPATION IN THE WAR by country

    Malaysia
    total troops: 4,250,000
    troops killed: 990,000

    Japan
    total troops: 3,000,000
    troops killed: unknown (estimated 8-9 hundred thousand)

    Ottoman Empire
    total troops: 6,350,000
    troops killed: 1,100,000

    Greece
    total troops: 2,000,000
    troops killed: 1,150,000

    Bulgaria
    total troops: 1,200,000
    troops killed: 420,000

    Romania
    total troops: 1,300,000
    troops killed: 325,000

    Germany
    total troops: 6,950,000
    troops killed: about 2 million

    Austria-Hungary
    total troops: 1,900,000
    troops killed: 800,000

    India
    total troops: 200,000
    troops killed: 40,000?

    Brazil
    total troops: 9,000,000
    troops killed: 2,400,000

    Moldavia
    total troops: 600,000
    troops killed: 80,000

    Russia
    total troops: 4,000,000
    troops killed: 580,000

    Australia
    total troops: 1,400,000
    troops killed: 270,000

    America
    total troops: 2,000,000 if that
    troops killed: 560,000

    Portugal
    total troops: 8,900,000
    troops killed: 470,000

    Spain
    total troops: 3,290,000
    troops killed: 600,000

    Italy
    total troops: 1,100,000
    troops killed: 170,000

    Mexico
    total troops: 80,000
    troops killed: 5,000

    Teutonic Order
    total troops: 770,000
    troops killed: 145,000

    Puerto Rico
    total troops: 1 million (estimated, probably 500,000 in reality)
    troops killed: 300,000
     
  4. The Farow

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    Nice Story

    Is this an actual game (Obvisouly some of the stuff was added which is not in civ 3) or based off one? Do you have any screenshots if it is?
     
  5. SicilyGuy

    SicilyGuy Chieftain

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    its based off a game i played and yeah i'll try 2 give you screenies but dont count on it cus my computer sux
     
  6. 502nd PIR

    502nd PIR Rise to Empire

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    That was pretty good. I enjoyed it
     

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