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Cowbridge wrote:Pretty sure that breaks the Geneva Convention

Well we didn't sign it. Us accips never heard of it because of us being an extrasolar empire

Cowbridge wrote:Pretty sure that breaks the Geneva Convention

Sooooo... we actually now have a good reason we should liberate the people there. Noice

Bala Mantre wrote:Your a small weak nation in NS stats compared to me. I think ill be ok.That would be me. I made a meme alt.

Can a delegate talk with your leader

Greatly wrote:One nervous-looking woman comes up to you, glancing worriedly about the extremely unstable tunnels. Erm, excuse me, sir... I just got a radio message from our soldiers that we sent to help the Cowbridgeans. Apparently, the Cowbridgean troops might soon die without shovels being delivered! I saw one of those industrial shoveling construction vehicles above ground... maybe me and a few other soldiers should take that to them to help out? If we don’t, they could die!

General Vladimir: we have already sent troops and supplies to them, I can Assure you they are safe. just get out and Go to the Russian Independent Republic for safety."

*Quietly eats caramel candy*

Free city of eastern shuckleita wrote:This is why we have a democracy sur
So this stuff doesn’t happen
Aw yeah it’s war time

A democracy cannot be installed on Santamar!

All of the Natives had their DNA modified so they could never be able to create a true democracy!

I am now being conflicted. Should I just put this aside or continue. I can't make any decisions. One side says I should be peaceful but the other says to declare war and not be a coward.

Accipitridia wrote:Well we didn't sign it. Us accips never heard of it because of us being an extrasolar empire

Huh and I haven’t signed it either and I still use gas

Accipitridia wrote:I am now being conflicted. Should I just put this aside or continue. I can't make any decisions. One side says I should be peaceful but the other says to declare war and not be a coward.

Become peacefull

Cowbridge wrote:A streak of sunlight streams into the cave. The Cowbridgean lieutenant calls out “Hello! Who is there? Thank you for saving us! Have you seen our commander or those Moleclaws?”

It's us, Republica Guilleana. Says. It continues with: Sorry, we only have seen civilians. We have 7 minutes left. Fast!

Accipitridia wrote:I am now being conflicted. Should I just put this aside or continue. I can't make any decisions. One side says I should be peaceful but the other says to declare war and not be a coward.

Heres how I see your options
Surrender for torturing ambassadors of Bala Mantre and live under the Empire or
Get annihilated like Kingdom Of Casetaria

Kingdom Of Casetaria wrote:Become peacefull

But I would think that I am a coward for avoiding war...

The date was 1535, year of God, and the port of Saint Philippe was bustling with people of all ages. Three enormous galleons were anchored in the port right in front of the municipality in the Paulistian District. The two on the sides, the Saint Vincent on the right, covered in men handing around bags, and all sorts of products like salted meat and the usual, it was clear that some type of expedition or long travel was being planned, then on the left from the center, there was a ship named the Santa Lucia. It was basically of the same size of the Saint Vincent and was also being loaded with cargo but not as much. In the center, resided majestically The Săo Paulo, a new paulistian galleon a few meters bigger than the other two. It was very beautiful to see and with the usual cargo, a large number of officers or so it seemed we are boarding the vessel. They were dressed in a fine dark blue jacket that went down to the knees. On the front 5 gold buttons and a belt were positioned accurately and finally.
The loading of the ships took over 5 days counting the men and the minor vessel destined to precede the ships until the admiral-in-chief, Giovanni de O’mar, would order them to leave and head back home so at about one to two days in the travel.
And it’s for there that our tale begins. I was just a young boy then and I wanted to feel the thrill of adventure. Saint Philippe was a pretty big city back then. Or at least as big as it could be, squashed between the mountains and the sea. In fact Saint Philippe never really have any man made walls to protect it, the mountains always served well as defense to keep the enemies out but also to keep the Philippians stuck in. During the winter they were covered in snow so the only time to leave by land was the other three seasons. That wasn’t enough for me, I wanted to feel the excitement and the joy. I didn’t actually know what I was going into So as I was saying, the fifth day everything was ready, the ships were loaded, the men happy and the officers too. I got assigned to the Sao paulo, in the 12th platoon or like so our group called. We were assigned to maintenance with about 30 other platoons. Our platoon leader then told us in a very humoristic way: “well guys, i just got the list of the platoons that will be sent back on the minor ships and guess what?!
We are stuck on this dirty piece of wood.” he looked around “so you better get your mind ready for super small rations and sleeping in tiny hammocks . I tell you from experience, you don’t probably want to be nice around, ‘cause as i said, we’re stuck here so the people that you see around will be with you for god knows how long, so go ahead and present yourselves to each other”. Everyone looked at each other with a clear sign of confusion in their eyes.
“C’mon you people I haven’t got all the time in the world, or should I say we, cause we already have an assignment!” he shouted. Everyone almost immediately left their baggages, because we were all still on the pier, and started talking and saying their names, it’s then that I met my best friends, Giacomo Carpentier, Enrico Della Valle and Luigi Zaytsevsky.
Luigi was the tallest of all of us, he had nice blond hair, which was very uncommon at the time and his sea blue eyes too.
Giacomo instead was very similar to me, with a more mediteranean look, so black hair, a bit short and of a rather large size in muscles unlike me and for last Enrico.
Enrico was a peculiar and quite sad person, he lost both his parents at a young age and as he told me, he then roamed the lands of Osea for most of his life ‘till that day, he basically just saw the
ships and sneaked in taking advantage of the confusion. He told me that he had passed a few years in a monastery in an empire down south and wanted to go . He wasn’t particularly tall or heavy like the other two but we could see he had gone through things we only could imagine. So after the presentations we all got our luggages and walked on board our ship with a lot of other men. I hadn’t understood the scale of those ships until that moment, with my bag on my shoulder, i told Giacomo:
-“ wow these paulistians really know how to build some ships!”
-”i’d say so too” he chuckled “let’s hope it's enough for all of us”
Once on board we got into our ranks on the deck. And the Chief-Admiral got to the commandants and shouted very loudly:
-” Listen up! On this day, we embark on a very long trip, longer than ever before. We currently have 5 ships but as you know, two days in the smaller ships will leave and head back and in an unspecified day the Saint Vincent and Lucia will head back to leave us on our own. I’m going to say it now and never again. WE ARE GOING TO NAVIGATE FOR MANY WEEKS MAYBE A MONTHS AND IF WERE UNLUCKY YEARS, AT SOME POINT WE WILL RUN OUT OF FOOD. YOU MUST ENDURE. IF YOU FEEL LIKE YOU CAN’T SURVIVE LIKE THAT THEN U MUST LEAVE NOW. Said that we’re headed down south, we’re going to circumnavigate the coast until we can and make landfall when we can.
That’s all. GOD SAVE US AND GOD PROTECT SAINT PHILIPPE!” he stopped screaming and headed back into6566 the headquarters at the back of the ship. Immediately after the officers commanded made a sign to the crew on the pier to leave the ropes that connected the ship to the pier and we started maneuvering out.

This is an important post for me. It's longest post i've ever made and is the beginning of a series. I would like to thank Wemoico for correcting it and giving me advice on it. But also to all those who helped me through this beautiful year that ive passed on ns and i point on staying.
hope you like and have a great day!

Bala Mantre wrote:Heres how I see your options
Surrender for torturing ambassadors of Bala Mantre and live under the Empire or
Get annihilated like Kingdom Of Casetaria

No u

Russian Independent Republics wrote:General Vladimir: we have already sent troops and supplies to them, I can Assure you they are safe. just get out and Go to the Russian Independent Republic for safety."

Missourian troops run over to the soldiers Hey do you need help?

Kingdom Of Casetaria wrote:Become peacefull

BORING!

Accipitridia wrote:I am now being conflicted. Should I just put this aside or continue. I can't make any decisions. One side says I should be peaceful but the other says to declare war and not be a coward.

Bruh like most of your pop points to war.

Accipitridia wrote:But I would think that I am a coward for avoiding war...

Dont worry

Russian Independent Republics wrote:General Vladimir: we have already sent troops and supplies to them, I can Assure you they are safe. just get out and Go to the Russian Independent Republic for safety."

Yes, sir! She leaves.

Soon, you have evacuated all of the thousands of surviving Greatlyians from below the town, and you consider your options. You could continue your search for Nah Whela, reinforce the Cowbridgeans possibly still trapped under the mountain, liberate more towns or cities, or go to Greatly’s capital city and attempt to help with evacuation there.

Missouria wrote:Missourian troops run over to the soldiers Hey do you need help?

Vladimir: No, We have this under control."

Kingdom Of Casetaria wrote:Dont worry

Says the nation that gets defeated in every war

Greatly wrote:Yes, sir! She leaves.

Soon, you have evacuated all of the thousands of surviving Greatlyians from below the town, and you consider your options. You could continue your search for Nah Whela, reinforce the Cowbridgeans possibly still trapped under the mountain, liberate more towns or cities, or go to Greatly’s capital city and attempt to help with evacuation there.

Are the Soviets fighting you? What happened?

Kingdom Of Casetaria wrote:Dont worry

Listen, I will fall into civil war if I heed to Bala Mantre's demands. My people really hate the word Surrender. And plus, they like to be independent.

Republica Guilleana wrote:It's us, Republica Guilleana. Says. It continues with: Sorry, we only have seen civilians. We have 7 minutes left. Fast!

How many civilians have we saved and how many are left in the tunnels?

Russian Independent Republics wrote:Vladimir: No, We have this under control."

Greatly wrote:Yes, sir! She leaves.

Soon, you have evacuated all of the thousands of surviving Greatlyians from below the town, and you consider your options. You could continue your search for Nah Whela, reinforce the Cowbridgeans possibly still trapped under the mountain, liberate more towns or cities, or go to Greatly’s capital city and attempt to help with evacuation there.

Guys, I would hurry up on escaping becouse I don't think this will last more than 4 minutes.

Greatly wrote:Yes, sir! She leaves.

Soon, you have evacuated all of the thousands of surviving Greatlyians from below the town, and you consider your options. You could continue your search for Nah Whela, reinforce the Cowbridgeans possibly still trapped under the mountain, liberate more towns or cities, or go to Greatly’s capital city and attempt to help with evacuation there.

We decide to liberate more small towns

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