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Neturere wrote:Do you actually know that region? I didn't seem to find your embassy with the Confederation of Layem nor you have interacted with them?

They were causing issues a while ago, it seems as if its the only thing they are actually competent at.

Zadar, the Adriatic Coast. Tires squeal on pavement, sirens ringing shortly behind. Two cars race down the ancient cities streets, one after the contents of the other. In the car in front, men go through their cargo, 500 vials of sanguine gently jostle in the container. A single one is worth some 12,500 UC’s, and if they can get this sold alongside the rest of the shipment, they’ve got a 6,250,000 UC payday in for themselves, they’ve just got to get it aboard the Godollo. Behind them two officers brace as they drift around corners in chase, the car threatening to tip over after every turn. It’s not their first rodeo, Zadar is filled with these types of scum, but today they were being a little extra tricky. One of the men leans out of the car’s passenger window, pulling their service revolver as they do so. Six shots later, and it’s over for the officers, all they can do is watch as the men hustle out of their car and aboard a small boat before being lifted atop the Godollo.

Onboard the Godollo, the mood is much different. Shots of slivovice and raika splash around the mess hall like the sea against the ship. 225 miles remained between them and the largest paycheck the gang’s received so far. Godollo’s holds are filled wall to wall with crate after crate of sanguine, only covered with a thin layer of fish to make it look like she’s not a drug smuggling vessel, but everyone in Venice already knows otherwise. All in all, some 6,250,000 UC’s worth of the lime green drug rest in their cradles, soon enough to be consumed like candy in Italy. Through the night nothing of interest occurs, the flag being flown from the front mast informing any pirates looking for loot that this is a ship that belongs to the Kraljevski monopol, and is best left alone. By the time the early morning’s light is kissing the ship, the goods are already offloaded, and the Godollo on route to Zadar once more.

Short, but I couldn’t think of a better way to develop this. I've never been good at action scenes. You’ll see more sanguine soon enough if the French don’t chase me down.

Unified Empiricus wrote:They were causing issues a while ago, it seems as if its the only thing they are actually competent at.

Then why is The Democratic Nation of Unovia voting against a Liberation of Layem even though he didn't actually made contact with its ROs?

Neturere wrote:Then why is The Democratic Nation of Unovia voting against a Liberation of Layem even though he didn't actually made contact with its ROs?

You'd have to ask him

Unified Empiricus wrote:You'd have to ask him

You'll find out I already searched through the forums.

Neturere wrote:You'll find out I already searched through the forums.

I never read the forums

Neturere wrote:You'll find out I already searched through the forums.

I don't see any reason to vote against it, and I have to point out that it currently says Unovia is undecided.

Neturere wrote:Then why is The Democratic Nation of Unovia voting against a Liberation of Layem even though he didn't actually made contact with its ROs?

Unovia is weird and forgives everyone even when they don't deserve it. Even when they try to destroy something he claims to love. Unovia is anti-nwu. A modern libtard

Free Jovian Republic wrote:I don't see any reason to vote against it, and I have to point out that it currently says Unovia is undecided.

They were responsible for a lot of drama here. Particularly harassment which led to the deletion of the last discord server.

Xotrayjan wrote:They were responsible for a lot of drama here. Particularly harassment which led to the deletion of the last discord server.

Exactly, so why vote against liberating it?

Free Jovian Republic wrote:Exactly, so why vote against liberating it?

I made that when I was tired. Thought you were saying there's no reason to vote for it

Neturere wrote:Then why is The Democratic Nation of Unovia voting against a Liberation of Layem even though he didn't actually made contact with its ROs?

Jovian is right. I have not voted either way yet. I will take time to consider.

Xotrayjan wrote:Unovia is weird and forgives everyone even when they don't deserve it. Even when they try to destroy something he claims to love. Unovia is anti-nwu. A modern libtard

I am not even going to dignify this with any more of a response than this. I largely created this place. Anyone who says I am anti Region is just a propaganda machine.

The Democratic Nation of Unovia wrote:I am not even going to dignify this with any more of a response than this. I largely created this place. Anyone who says I am anti Region is just a propaganda machine.

You’ve still got somethings to explain.

The Democratic Nation of Unovia wrote:I am not even going to dignify this with any more of a response than this. I largely created this place. Anyone who says I am anti Region is just a propaganda machine.

Layem Unovia

Whatever you want me to explain, message me. In a Telegram. I will respond as soon as I see it.

The Democratic Nation of Unovia wrote:Whatever you want me to explain, message me. In a Telegram. I will respond as soon as I see it.

There's no reason to not hold the conversation as a public form; Your story is that before the NWU, you travelled around providing assistance in founding other regions. Is this true or false, and if false can you provide corrections?

FNU wrote:There's no reason to not hold the conversation as a public form; Your story is that before the NWU, you travelled around providing assistance in founding other regions. Is this true or false, and if false can you provide corrections?

Yes. Way back, before founding the Region, I provided assistance to other Regions and peoples. My main thing was working a map request forum, where people could request maps for their Nation or Region. That proud tradition lives on in my long lasting Factbooks about putting images in Factbooks.

In 2013 to 2014, I founded my first Region, The Confederacy of Allied States. It still exists as Confederacy of Allied States, which I was the Co Founder of. That is where I met Historia and Razzgriz, and all 3 of us created this Region.

Next question please.

Xotrayjan wrote:A patrol ship within one of the frontier systems detects the probe and begins to come closer, firing at and attempting to disable its solar sail before pulling it in to one of its large hangars. A security team, technicians and scientists then begin to inspect it, all in proper protective gear as to not be infected by any potential pathogens or any chemical weapon releases. The security team specifically held flamethrower. For now they simply tried to access the probe

The probe opens easily, and within is a capsule containing a small amount of a protein substance similar to the chemical signals used for cell communication, however it is a magnitude more complex than the ones in cells. It could be seen to be a message somewhat easily, however it will take some time to synthasize a receptor that could translate it.

The Democratic Nation of Unovia wrote:Next question please.

Is it true or false that while in a position of power within the CAS you incidentally created a scandal involving the leader of a regional military and yourself due to misunderstanding of power assignments?

Priboj, the Adriatic Union. The moon looks down on the isolated airfield, two aircraft sitting outfront of the solitary hangar. Next to one of the planes, a foldable table sits accompanied by two equally cheap chairs, an electric lamp providing light in addition to the moon’s. Cards lay across the faux wood tabletop, alongside a bottle of raika. It’s quiet now, not even the forest ruffling. Inside of the hangar itself, the same can’t be said as another round of obnoxious singing breaks out. Kreće se lađa francuska is the song of choice, ironic considering what these men plan to do tonight. The Italian market was doing well but, it was only so large and it’d be more a matter of inevitably when profit plateaued so, a new market was needed, and France was the perfect place.

By the time the former bombers have taxied to the start of the runway, night’s darkness has only grown, the only light coming from two markers at the end of the runway, and the cigarettes of the men inside each aircraft. In the lead aircraft, the pilot squints at the instruments, the tritium lining providing the needed light to view the altimeter and speedometer. Pushing the four throttle lever forwards simultaneously, the radial engines begin to groan as they pull the plane forward, slowly getting louder until they scream as they pull the aircraft up and off the runway. Once airborne, it only take thirty or so minutes to reach altitude and from there it’s smooth sailing for the next 600 miles.

Another short post intentionally designed to allow interference: Also, little fun fact about the folks who run the drugs is that they’re all gifted emerald necklaces (imagine a dogtag shaped emerald and you’ve got the idea)

Carthraval wrote:And... everyone is dead, nice

Or just busy

Carthraval wrote:And... everyone is dead, nice

dealing with a cold so I dont really have the motivation to do much but sit in my bed.

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