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United Ottarenzian Capitalist Republics wrote:I don't even know where the idea for Ottarenzia came from. It just popped out of my mind one day.

Meanwhile me:

Name first, lore later.

Cermiersia wrote:Meanwhile me:

Name first, lore later.

You do realize that was my modus operandi too, right?

Wubdich wrote:Like
- fight back the Chinese that are seemingly docile since 100 years in British Columbia
- reunite all factions one way or the other (which is hardly realizable with 2 Fallout themed nations around)
- exterminate the commies (*gloating laughter*)
- and do more funky stuff with nuclear energy (that our technologic-realism-regional-hivemind will not allow)

Actually its,
-To rebuild america back under capitalism and unite it
-Get rid of the communists that started it in the first place
-Control Nuclear Technology safely, so that it shall never happen again
-Rid the Mainland of the Mutants
Those are the base principles of a Fallout Faction. Each on eis unique and has different views and ideologies. Simply claiming that everyone is the same is way off. I was off my other post. And it wasnt in British Colombia, it was Anchorage, Alaska

Western command center wrote:How do you come up with a creative American nation

I would highly recommend scrapping the "America" idea altogether and make everything full-on fictional. Makes it more interesting since you can decide what, where, and how on basically everything.

Bunnies, Wubdich, and Western command center

Looms

Has Fallout been mentioned!!!!!!!

Empire of Beldemark wrote:Looms

Has Fallout been mentioned!!!!!!!

Not in a positive manner, no.

The Municipalities of Antarctica wrote:Not in a positive manner, no.

How dare all of you. I will do utterly nothing as to not start a war with all of you but still how dare you

The Municipalities of Antarctica wrote:You do realize that was my modus operandi too, right?

Yes, but it is still used by me, making the function correct.

Rick Scott is a Floridian.
Ben Albritton is a Floridian.
Saying one is a Floridian but not the other in the same sentence does not mean it is false and they are secretly Georgian spies.

I just realized I reached 2 billion. Congratulations to me

Goodnight

2nd Empire of Texas wrote:Actually its,
-To rebuild america back under capitalism and unite it
-Get rid of the communists that started it in the first place
-Control Nuclear Technology safely, so that it shall never happen again
-Rid the Mainland of the Mutants
Those are the base principles of a Fallout Faction. Each on eis unique and has different views and ideologies. Simply claiming that everyone is the same is way off. I was off my other post. And it wasnt in British Colombia, it was Anchorage, Alaska

Basically the points I summarised, yes.
I have played Fallout myself, yes. I know that Caesars Cult Legion is not like the rest. By far not. And that's just an example. Still. The main themes, are quite overused. And in a RP environment, that has otherwise nothing to do or any connections to the Fallout universe, these points and themes are quite limiting still.

Hence, I do not like Fallout themed nations. There. I said it now.

Western command center wrote:I think for the sake of simplicity I will continue with my fallout lore, so I'll still be a part of the enclave led american government for now since i already dedicated factbooks to it

How unfortunate.

Western command center

Empire of Beldemark wrote:How dare all of you. I will do utterly nothing as to not start a war with all of you but still how dare you

That's a wise choice.

Wubdich wrote:Basically the points I summarised, yes.
I have played Fallout myself, yes. I know that Caesars Cult Legion is not like the rest. By far not. And that's just an example. Still. The main themes, are quite overused. And in a RP environment, that has otherwise nothing to do or any connections to the Fallout universe, these points and themes are quite limiting still.

Hence, I do not like Fallout themed nations. There. I said it now.

How unfortunate.

You dare disrespect papa Todd?! You shall be punished for this!
*Takes your Chickie Nuggies*

Empire of Beldemark wrote:You dare disrespect papa Todd?! You shall be punished for this!
*Takes your Chickie Nuggies*

*hands you a receipt*

It's the Fallout 76 bug and glitch list that's longer than The Lord of the Rings

Wubdich wrote:*hands you a receipt*

It's the Fallout 76 bug and glitch list that's longer than The Lord of the Rings

Its honestly not bad rn. Depends on the context. Release, yes. Wastelanders, No.

Empire of Beldemark wrote:You dare disrespect papa Todd?! You shall be punished for this!
*Takes your Chickie Nuggies*

Kathol has found your sin unforgivable

*turns you into chicken nuggets and gives you to Wub*

Kathol Rift wrote:Kathol has found your sin unforgivable

*turns you into chicken nuggets and gives you to Wub*

REEEEEEEEEEeeeeeee.........Oh hey, im a Chicken Nugge- OH F*CKING HE-

Kathol Rift wrote:Kathol has found your sin unforgivable

*turns you into chicken nuggets and gives you to Wub*

In Mario voice:
"Yummy."

Elixandropolis wrote:

(question for Novoblupolia, what happened to Ahuv Northes?)

He abdicated in order to help his wife look after their baby.

Seconds ago: Following new legislation in Wubdich, red text rains down on the head of anyone who dares to step out of line (Wubdich has found 4 easter eggs).
1 minute ago: Following new legislation in Wubdich, several universities in Wubdich have assembled expensive research teams to explore and study new lands and old ruins (Wubdich has found 4 easter eggs).

(Imagine a 3 on older one)

Double kill.

Decided to try out a new way to play Battlefield, I call it Immersion mode. No music, no announcer, no HUD, turn my headset volume to max. It was cool, but it was hard as heck to play. I can only use guns with actual sights, because otherwise, I don't know where I'm shooting.

The Bandit State wrote:Decided to try out a new way to play Battlefield, I call it Immersion mode. No music, no announcer, no HUD, turn my headset volume to max. It was cool, but it was hard as heck to play. I can only use guns with actual sights, because otherwise, I don't know where I'm shooting.

...... You goddamn genius. Why didn't I do that??? 300 IQ play. IMO, sighted guns are worse than iron sighted guns, like the Gewehr 98 Infantry Rifle. Thats a good gun without a sight, and uses iron sights. Using a scope is more difficult for me.

But anyway, good thinking mate! Next time I play, i'll do that.

True Europa State wrote:...... You goddamn genius. Why didn't I do that??? 300 IQ play. IMO, sighted guns are worse than iron sighted guns, like the Gewehr 98 Infantry Rifle. Thats a good gun without a sight, and uses iron sights. Using a scope is more difficult for me.

But anyway, good thinking mate! Next time I play, i'll do that.

I ended up shooting at my own team far more often than I'd like to admit because turning off the HUD got rid of the markers above their heads, but other then that and not being able to play the Iron Walls Operation, it was great.

The Bandit State wrote:I ended up shooting at my own team far more often than I'd like to admit because turning off the HUD got rid of the markers above their heads, but other then that and not being able to play the Iron Walls Operation, it was great.

Which one was the Iron Walls Operation?

Also, thats part of the fun. You have to distinguish allies from the enemy using their uniforms. With being able to distinguish the different uniforms, you'd be able to play better

True Europa State wrote:Which one was the Iron Walls Operation?

Also, thats part of the fun. You have to distinguish allies from the enemy using their uniforms. With being able to distinguish the different uniforms, you'd be able to play better

Italy attacking Austria-Hungary. I only got to do it once, any time after that I couldn't spawn in because the server disabled all of my weapons for some reason.

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