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This is coming from the High Command to Conglomerate.

The canal is strictly for trade ships and other non-military vessels unless they are Tongorian ships. Also the Union want to stay neutral in this war and don't help any of the sides.
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| November 14, 2012, 1:26 am
Incoming Transmission//: From: Nexian High Command

I, Valen Arkaes, Supreme Commander of the Nexian Armed Forces, announce that after long planning, our expansion plans will finally become reality. Nexian armed forces will begin annexation of Area 125. The operation, codename DAWN will begin at exactly 01:00 in the morning on the 15th of November. We will release more details about the upcoming operation to the public later today.

//End of transmission//
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| November 14, 2012, 7:09 am
//Operation DAWN//

//Public details//

As promised, NNR has decided to reveal details about the upcoming operation to the other nations. Here are the planned numbers of the attacking force:

NNR troops: 4000
Backup troops: 1500

Black Knight MBTs: 150
Horizont LBTs: 170
L35 IFV: 15
LTA Swordfish: 250

Aria LAH: 200
XF-131: 120
X=34 UAVs: 160

As we expect moderate resistance, we're sending more troops and vehicles than originally planned. We hope that Area 125 will quickly become part of the NNR.
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| November 14, 2012, 9:28 am
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The Conglomerate is proud to announce that it is almost ready to show it's new naval designs, and that everything besides it's LCAC has been completed. It is exspected that the new designs will be shown to the publlic in the next few days, with production begining imediatly afterwards.
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| November 14, 2012, 11:43 am
//Operation: DAWN//
Report 1

Today, at 01:00 Nexian armed forces began the attack on Area 125. The main force, which consists of 70 Black Knight MBTs, 90 Horizont LBTs, 2000 men and 250 LTAs, covered by Aria LAHs attacked the main border fortification of the enemy. Hours before that, Drake UAVs scouted the enemy borders, discovering that 1000 enemy troops and 80 tanks were waiting for us there. The border between the NNR and Area 125 is heavily fortified by the enemy, with a long, explosion resistant wall spanning over its length, and only two entrances. The main entrance also has several anti tank guns in separate bunkers.

At about 02:25 our Swordfish LTAs, loaded with high explosive rounds began shelling the enemy positions, killing a number of enemy troops, taking one anti tank bunker out, and heavily damaging 5 enemy tanks. The main force, listed above then began its assault. Meanwhile, 20 MBTs, 60 LBTs and the remaining Arias, along with 800 men and 7 L35 IFVs attacked and quickly overwhelmed the second wall entrance, as the enemy's forces were busy fighting the main NNR attack force.

At around 13:05, enemy fighters attacked the main NNR force, taking out several MBTs. As the nemy fighters were flying back to their base for refuelling, our XF-131 Skyfire fighters attacked the nemy planes, taking most of them out. After enemy air support was neutralised, the main force began its push, as it neared the entrance. Still, enemy forces contiue to hold their ground, even now, but not for long, as our secondary force will soon near enemy positions, taking them out from behind.

Once Area 125's border falls, our victory will be fast.

A second update on the situation is expected tomorrow.

Our losses are:

10 Black Knight MBTs
60 Horizont LBTs
3 L15 IFVs
18 Swordfish LTAs
20 Aria LAHs
2 XF-131 Skyfires
20 X-34 Drake UAVs
170 men

Estimated enemy losses are:

900 men
20 fighters
5 anti tank bunkers
40 tanks
5 attack helicopters
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| November 15, 2012, 7:39 am
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Quoting Michael Rutherford

Mr. Perweight,

It's not the speed of the build that gets my attention. Boats go into the water on the day they are posted. It's that you built it before your cool down time was up.

This matters in your case, because the cool down end day of 16 NOVEMBER is based on your military production halt. BUT you built... SO now you save not 6 days but only 3.

Ergo, your cool down ends three days later... on the 19th of NOV.

So... if you launch an annexation before the 19th, you will face the same penelties at Mr. Constantine.

Ouch.

Mr McCall, do you reach a different conclusion?

I concur.
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| November 15, 2012, 3:39 pm
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Quoting Michael Rutherford

Mr. Perweight, don't tap dance around like this.

"And we are not taking over until the 19th then, but we will be in the territory."

What do you mean when you say this? If you are in a boat next to the territory, then you are not in the territory. If you step off the boat and onto the sand, then that is the start of your annexation. That is not a quote from the rules, but I'm calling that "common sense", and I invite the other MODs to provide opinions to the contrary. Again, I say: once you put boots on the ground, you have started annexation.

Yes, there is no way around it. Boots on the ground means the invasion has begun.
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| November 15, 2012, 3:42 pm
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Quoting Michael Rutherford Respect the cool down time... because if you don't you get burned.

... And that's *puts on sunglasses* ain't cool.
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| November 15, 2012, 3:52 pm
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Quoting Michael Rutherford
Moderators McCall and Sylvan,

This would be an excellent time for each of you to offer your opinions on this matter.

Is Mr. Perweights situation truly different enough from Mr. Constantine’s, to warrant a new rule? Am I arguing for oversimplification?

Or...

Is a rule a rule? Are we bound by the rules or do we just keep making up new ones to suit our individual situations?

What say the other distinguished moderators?

I personally lean towards your view on the matter. I think that if we had varrying penalties, it could get complicated rather quickly, and it's just simpler to have one set time instead of over a dozen.
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| November 15, 2012, 7:10 pm
Quoting Michael Rutherford

Mr. Squid,

A second annexation, started before the end of cool down time is the same as two at once.

Yet if he waits 6 days, (sorry if I dont know its the exact number) doesnt that solve his problem?
Why doesnt he wait till his cool own time is over, maybe build a few more ships, and send more than 5 helicopters, it would be in his best interest.
Who is the agresser in this conflict, who should feel offended by the others invasion, and who has the advantage?
Who wants to be the combat mod in this conflict, does McCall? he knows how this works, and is intellegent, and capable. If rutherford wants to I could show him the works.


Can someone quickly get me up to date (quickly as in short and sweet)
Its amazing how fast the group is progressing.
We might have a few new nations, I was gone for a week and three new members needed approval.
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| November 15, 2012, 8:31 pm
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Quoting Nightmaresquid º
Yet if he waits 6 days, (sorry if I dont know its the exact number) doesnt that solve his problem?
Why doesnt he wait till his cool own time is over, maybe build a few more ships, and send more than 5 helicopters, it would be in his best interest.
Who is the agresser in this conflict, who should feel offended by the others invasion, and who has the advantage?
Who wants to be the combat mod in this conflict, does McCall? he knows how this works, and is intellegent, and capable. If rutherford wants to I could show him the works.


Can someone quickly get me up to date (quickly as in short and sweet)
Its amazing how fast the group is progressing.
We might have a few new nations, I was gone for a week and three new members needed approval.

I'm up for moderating, and can safely say I'm neutral since I'm not sending any ships afterall. (it's too long of a trip to be of any use with Tongaria closing the canal, we're going to need to talk to them about that sometime in the future...)
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| November 15, 2012, 10:46 pm
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Quoting Michael Rutherford

A6: Again, there is NO COMBAT. The question is about COOL DOWN TIMES. If a CM were needed, Mr. McCall would not be a good choice, as he has a conflict of interest as he is more or less allied with Mr. Perweight at this time.(although his wit and knowledge of the system are not in dispute ƒº¡K


Well, if you read the post above yours, it announces that I'm not sending my ships to help anymore since it would take probably at least two weeks to get there, and now that Daniel has the beginings of a navy I would need to send an unacceptably large portion of my navy to deal with it at the end of a massive supply line (always a very bad idea). Basically, my ships can't arrive in time to do anything useful in the first place, and more ships need to be sent now to deal with the threat of actual enemy forces. Not to mention it sounded like Paperweight didn't want my help anymore... Anyway, we aren't allied and I have had a large ammount of exsperince with both this type of game and these players from previous games, so I think I can moderate this fairly now that I have nothing personal at stake. Agreed?
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| November 16, 2012, 12:38 am
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Quoting Michael Rutherford

But you were allied during part of this dance... right?

Thats like a cop in a murder investigation saying: "Well, I don't date the suspect any more..."

Ehh... allied is a stretch, try temporary buisness partners. And we aren't anymore, and honestly I could care less who wins since either way it doesn't really affect the Congmlomerate.
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| November 16, 2012, 1:23 am
Quoting Michael Rutherford
Boss man askes... Boss man gets...
Remember, it’s all about item #16…

I think if he violates cooldown time then the penalty stands, I also think if he waited 4 days to drop his troops then this could have been avoided.

More importantly I dont think having boots on the grounds means there is an invasion. We have boots in the ground in china, and lots of other nations, are we invading them? If america sends a spy plane into russia, is russia being invaded


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| November 16, 2012, 10:52 am
//Operaton: DAWN//
Report 2

At 09:45 today, our forces captured all the border wall entrances, after the second attack team got the enemy force from behind. Now that the border is secure, we're sending in the back up forces in. As a large portion of the enemy's army is destroyed, our troops will have little trouble conquering Area 125. Still, the enemy's air forces kept giving our ground forces trouble, so at 12:00 our forces began an assault on the enemmy's largest airfield. As most of the enemy's fighters were destroyed in the battles over the border, they didn't have much air support, apart from 5 attack helicopters which were taken down by our L-35-1A mobile AA platforms before they could do serious damage. At around 16:30, the airfield was secure and now our XF-131s could attack deep into enemy territory.

Our next target, the capital city, seems to be fortified, but not as well as the border. Several Drake UAVs were sent to on recon missions over the capital, discovering that the defenses consisted of around 20 MBTs, a squadron of support helicopters, several AA platforms and around 570 men.

After all of our reinforcements arrive at the stagin area, a nearby town we will begin the final push towards the capital city. But first, we will capture the surrounding cities, as we'll need more staging areas and landing zones.

In a week, the NNR flag will be hanged from the parliament building of Area 125, and our troops will match through the capital.
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| November 16, 2012, 11:12 am
Today the federal government announced that Fighting in T-172 has ceased, and the nations is already under control, talks with parliament about integrating the nation into the Coalition will cease by the 21st of November.
Felix Roxbury has revived a black cross medallion for successful capturing 2 territories under civilized law, and handling a biohazard crisis.
The Paramarine corps newest ASV and Claymore 2 tank variant are being produced now. Sadly the majority of marines are not a fan of the current turret configuration. Lucky for them the design is modular. A new Claymore 2A3 is being made that will feature a more modern design, and will be shorter.
This turret will be armed with a 120mm smooth bore gun, and a crew served 50 cal.

There is also talk of a prototype 4rth gen fighter jet, it will most likely be small, and be used more as a defensive jet, and wont have a very long range.

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| November 16, 2012, 11:22 am
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Quoting Michael Rutherford
Mr. McCall, do you think I'm off the mark on this one?

No, I fully agree with you on all of your major points. Sending aircraft for recon is not comparable to sending in ground troops, and what paperweight has done should be considered an annexation.
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| November 16, 2012, 3:35 pm
I know I haven't posted the MBT3A or the CEV 3 engineering tank, but I haven't had time. The extra five tanks I get a week from T90 will be used on these engineer vehicles until the total is fifty. also, the 50 prototype MBT3's are now converted to frontline standard.
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| November 16, 2012, 3:45 pm
Quoting P4perweight .
First, I have a question before I say it. Would it be against the rules to say my boots are not there? It is passed when I said the commandoes would arrive. So would it be beneficial to the group to say I can reverse it all? Because if I can, then no. And I find it rather fun to find loopholes. :D(may be edited)

Your ROCs could have hit bad weather on the way, and were forced to turn back. The message they sent to your leaders might have also been gargled by the storm and they didnt get back till tonight, and nobody knew they turned back. The coalition might be secretly run by aliens, I guess its all up to you "hint hint" (exept the aliens)
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| November 16, 2012, 4:29 pm
Svedakistan is now announcing the Full Annexation of T-82 and T-83 (Because i have a decent section of each)
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| November 16, 2012, 4:57 pm
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Quoting Michael Rutherford

Do you make this stuff up from scratch every time you wake up?

I wouldn't doubt it, it would seem he's even said that more or less. XD
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| November 16, 2012, 5:41 pm
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The Conglomerate has finally shown it's new naval exspansion to the general public, with more info on the individual machines said to be coming soon. Production begins Sunday on all designs.
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| November 16, 2012, 6:28 pm
Quoting Michael Rutherford

Boss man.

OK, so the player is off the hook because you let him revers his decision. (quick, easy, and it works... this time)

I'm glad you were able to talk our jumper off the ledge, but the questions still have to be answered.

Because until things get nailed down (like the penalty for violation cool down time) they will come up again and again.


So what is the deal?

1. If you violate the cool down time, even by only a few days, do you get the same penalty as you gave to Constantine?

2. Are players allowed to send forces into hostile territories without annexing them?

If your MODs are going to help "keep the other players in line" (Your words) we need to know these answers.



Of cource, any penalty, no matter how many days are left till cooldown time ends, still stands.
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| November 16, 2012, 6:37 pm
Quoting Michael Rutherford

Boon,

Do you read anything... in any thread... ever?

Is this annexation in addition to your previously announced annexation of T-88?

Operation Odysseus ? Ring any bells?

Are you currently annexing T-88?
or
T-82 and T-83?
or
Is it all three? (T-88 AND T-82 AND T-83)

Do you make this stuff up from scratch every time you wake up?

Well, in one comment Mr.P4perweight said that due to storms, they wouldn't invade T-88. So i'm just playing along, going with what others say, to make it more realistic, storms happen, invasions are cancelled, look at D-Day, for instance. So operation Odysseus has been changed to annex the two other NPCs. Does this make sense? At least i think it does.
Also, I need more Countries that are on mainland. Because i have a larger ground force that Navy.
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| November 16, 2012, 9:20 pm
Quoting Michael Rutherford

A week and 3 days actually (for the 14 day total).

Of course. The last three days we'll be dealing with the resistance pockets in the mountain regions.
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| November 17, 2012, 2:59 am
Today in the coalition, prime minister Lucas Donavan met with both Felix roxbury, head of the Navy, and Lance Richardson, head of the Army. To decide the threat posed by world events, and the shadows cast by the Conglomerate over the pacific, and the PRN over the Indian ocean, and Mediterranean.

The Coalition, the worlds leading power in Asia, is also one of the worlds largest nations by terms of territories brought under law. It also seems to be one of the few main powers run under freedom, and liberty. With the two other main powers seemingly pitting the two smaller growing nations against one another, the question needed to be asked, are we safe?
The conflict between the small nations is far from over, with the northern one creeping down to expand its borders closer, after the brief stint against one another.

Lance Richardson was quick to point out that the two smaller nations are not in league with the two bigger ones, and that they being across the world are not much of a threat.

Felix also pointed out that despite the PNRs claims of uniting territories, he still controls most of the sea travel west of us, with the conglomerate, and Tongoria blocking the eastern routes. It seems that the PNRs actions are justified with them maintaining law and order in the lawless region, and providing aid.

Lucas is interested in The PNRs opinion of allowing shipping through the PNRs lower borders into the Atlantic ocean.
We of course are allowing any trades of interest to the PNR, besides aircraft.

We are also interested in trying to heal trade relations with the Conglomerate, after our mistaken agression.

In other news the Airforce has decided to remanufacture the popular Utherhawk fighters from the 1990s
The Agile VTOL jet fighters where used on fuel driven carriers before the collapse era. They sat in the Boneyards of Phenmark "T-175" until its recapture. Now a few are being refitted, and tested to be manufactured.
They are named after the mythical king, As such will be the testbed for great aircraft to come. They have proven worthy for air combat even to this day.

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| November 17, 2012, 12:47 pm
Quoting Michael Rutherford

And moving forces into hostile territories without attacking or annexing? Allowed or not?


Not allowed
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| November 17, 2012, 7:10 pm
Today in the Coalition at 9:30 AM an armed convoy broke the border of T-170 to attack the Coalition. These vehicles where all civilian pickup trucks fitted with heavy machine guns, and recoilless rifles.
They are believed to be Keowan soldiers attempting to resist the Coalitions push into there former federation. Despite the 97% of the populous accepting aid, and protection, the 3% that was the nations police, and military have refused to join even after there nation was ruined years ago. These soldiers have fled all over northern Asia to have splinter cells as far as T-111.
The convoy of cource was quickly dispatched, fourteen enemy soldiers have been brought in for interrogations.

The Coalition has announced a planned land assault on T-170, and T-171, in 14 days time, after economic protection protocols have been expired. These two territories have shown full willingness to receive aid from our troops despite there ancestry.

In other news More naval ships are being designed, no news can be reveiled yet on those matters.


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| November 18, 2012, 5:31 pm
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Breaking news!

Bakoon, formerly known as T-75 surrendered today. Tomorrow both countries will take part in a conference negotiating about the details of becoming a part of the great Tongorian Union.

Within the next two weeks we will halt all military production. This means we will be able to continue expanding our borders on 28th November. One of the countries will be T-61. It's a rich country in resources like oil, gold and steel. The other country is T-52. It will be a buffer zone for the motherland.

Stay tuned for more information.
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| November 19, 2012, 3:58 pm
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The Conglomerate has finally finished adding info about's its naval update, which can be seen here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/346698
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| November 19, 2012, 7:08 pm
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Quoting Matthew McCall
The Conglomerate has finally finished adding info about's its naval update, which can be seen here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/346698

Anyway, we have finished the initial stages of our opcupation of 181 and is now preparing to begin the next stage of our operation in exactly 2 weeks.
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| November 19, 2012, 7:41 pm
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Quoting Matthew Sylvan
Breaking news!

Bakoon, formerly known as T-75 surrendered today. Tomorrow both countries will take part in a conference negotiating about the details of becoming a part of the great Tongorian Union.

Within the next two weeks we will halt all military production. This means we will be able to continue expanding our borders on 28th November. One of the countries will be T-61. It's a rich country in resources like oil, gold and steel. The other country is T-52. It will be a buffer zone for the motherland.

Stay tuned for more information.

( I replied to your email about your thoughts on this matter.)
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| November 19, 2012, 7:43 pm
Quoting Michael Rutherford
Mr. Squids words: "I will annex the republic in the correct manner, with 2 weeks, then two weeks cooldown time"
The PRN announces imediate annexation of Former Republic of Talo.

Troops are moving in from adjacent territory of T-150 (leaving token force behind to complete annexation there). Because of their proximity to Talo, they will be in Talo, and fully deployed before forces from FCC can arrive. Normal military production in PRN resumes today.

Breaking news in the Federal Coalition of Cheyenne. The short term ally of the Coalition the PRNC, has declared a state of war with our allies the Republic of Talo. The Republic, and the Coalition have declared a joining of our nations, that would have taken two weeks time.

The PRNC having little in terms of ways to defend itself took this action as a threat, and has is in the process of attacking the coalitions newest asset. As such this is being seen as an act of war. The values of the PRNC are in question, and if they no what is good for them they will head our warning, and turn back.


The Republic of Talo wants to become part of the Coalition, as such our actions against the PRNC may become the worlds first war, the odds are not in your favor.

The bottom line is that you have no need to own the republic, and going out of your way to have one of the worlds biggest superpowers attack you is ludicrous.

The bottom line is that even if you reach him first, we will be there a few days later to attack you, with a naval force bigger than yours, with more weapons, and land power. Most of all air power.

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| November 20, 2012, 12:20 pm
Quoting Michael Rutherford

Mr. Squid,
Five minutes ago, when it suited you, he was an NPC
Last night he announced that he was out.

That makes perfect sense, if you had reminded me of that in the first place this arguement wouldnt have taken place, now would it?

I cant know everything in the world, Im not a supercomputer like you want me to be. I have a life, Im a real person who didnt need to put up with this early in the morning.
Im sorry If I caused you problems, I wasnt trying to break rules, I never said he was an NPC.

Quoting Michael Rutherford
isolated little corner of the world, pounding your little fist on your little throne.

Do your thing angry little king.

Despite all of your greif you have given me, it still doesnt matter.
I recall my arguement due to lack of knowing a crutial element I wasnt aware of. Im deleating comments on the matter, as its clogging space, in the wrong convo. Im sure you dont mind, you profit from this decision.

Looking forward to gaining Talo, sure Im going to do it fair. You are not prepared to fend of an invasion anyway so doesnt matter. Ill see you on the beach.

Combat mods?
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| November 20, 2012, 1:09 pm
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Well, since I would rather Rutherford get's Talo the the Confederation, the Conglomerate might just happen to intend to get involved on the PRNs side, no strings attached. Since we happen to have recently secured ourselves both carriers and new naval bases, we can now deploy our forces more effectively to the region.
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| November 20, 2012, 1:31 pm
//NNR High Command: PRIORITY: Alpha//

Today, the NNR begins building a navy, and the first vessels to enter production are the old Avenger class patrol ship and the U-90 Stuka submarine. Seeing that the PRN goes to war, a direct order from the Supreme Commander to the Land, Air and SeaCorps is to help the PRN in the possible conflict, of course, if they want our help.

Other news include the fact that after a two day siege, 3 of the 6 major cities in Area 125 have fallen in NNR hands and are now staging grounds for our forces. We're now preparing for the final 4 day assault on the capital, and then, after it is secure, NNR SpecOps will begin eliminating the resistance in the western mountains.

//End of transmission//
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| November 20, 2012, 1:48 pm
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Quoting Michael Rutherford

What about assuming complete and unrestircted control of all PRN holdings? "Talo Style"?

What is dark green turns Tan, and you become the man with the plan?

It's legal now.

I don't know, I think I would prefer to have you retain control of your own country, and wouldn't I have to annex you, a proces that would take take months?
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| November 20, 2012, 1:49 pm
Quoting Michael Rutherford
You are so lost in your position hopping and rule bending that you have lost track of what is beign said, and what is happening around you.

Now cowboy up, find your focus and steer your group!

Nope, Im not going to deal with this anymore.
Ive thought about it, and I think it would be funner to drive nails into my skull than deal with you. Its been fun working with you all, beside rutherford of cource.

Just to be clear I never changed any rules, just as I said from the start. Im done with the pages untill after christmas, in which I will make a new, non baised towreds rutherford gaming group theme. Maybe I will make something new.

It beats being an Admin for a group where Im expected to live to rutherfords standards that he doesnt follow.

Who knows maybe now that I have free time I can buy a toaster for my shower.
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| November 20, 2012, 1:59 pm
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Ok, now that the dramas over and we have a new administration, I guess that I need to figure out how to solve this mess. As you D&Cers know, I prefer to have a group concensus on decisions and therefore would like your input on where to go from here. I personally suggest revoking Mr. Squids recent controversial decisions and perhaps burning Talo off the map so this issue no longer exists.
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| November 20, 2012, 2:20 pm
I am finally able to post comments in this group. Meaning that my country will be set up within hours. I have been reading these past conversations, and I find that C&C is rapidly going in the same direction as D&C. Members argue, then argue more, then arguments become personal attacks/insults. Someone gets offended and rage quits this group. That leads to the other members to quit as well. I would suggest that we calm down.
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| November 20, 2012, 4:40 pm
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Quoting Mastermind º I would suggest that we calm down.
Peaple already calmed down, atleast from what I saw.
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| November 20, 2012, 4:44 pm
Quoting Mastermind º
I am finally able to post comments in this group. Meaning that my country will be set up within hours. I have been reading these past conversations, and I find that C&C is rapidly going in the same direction as D&C. Members argue, then argue more, then arguments become personal attacks/insults. Someone gets offended and rage quits this group. That leads to the other members to quit as well. I would suggest that we calm down.

What happened? Anyways the arguement is over, Im back, and only Evan has left. Mathew MCcall is in charge, and the first war is about to unfold. I am going to be in a better position now. I will do as Im told, now that Im a regular member, yet will still work on the map.

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| November 20, 2012, 4:53 pm
Quoting P4perweight .
And Evan seems to have gone out quiet, with some nice words to you.

Has he now, his building style is... familiar
Lets just say there is a small chance I might not think he is real.
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| November 20, 2012, 5:14 pm
Today in the Coalition, The cheif of staff has welcomed the Conglomerates offer of any military aid they can trade.
We are mostly looking for anything aircraft related. Helicopters, and ground attack, are the most praised, and if possible temporary access to your satellites "under your guidance of couse"
We will be willing to allow production rights to land forces, and even any aircraft we’ve added. We understand if you dont want to allow access to satellites, of course. We made our request so vague to allow room for your decision on what you want.

Its finally time to be able to feild test our weapons against a large, involved nation. We are only looking to take back Talo, we will also not allow any agression north of the PRNC borders.
The most important factor is our air power, at the current pace we can annex Talo quite fast, we can drop troops in from aircraft in less than 6 hours, Im sure some of you forgot this.

So we should organise the Combat mods quickly.
If Matthew M wants to he could, as long as he doesnt arm any sides, we cant have a CM thats biased, Matthew S, or john could also.

Well this could take months, at least we will be active now. We are doing it the same way as Conflict right? Both persons send the combat orders every week?

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| November 20, 2012, 6:18 pm
The coalition has released photos of four new ship classes.
http://img203.imageshack.us/img203/24/cheyennefleetii.png

The Endevour class hybrid submarine, cheaper and easier to produce. Its armed with four torpeado tubes, and multiple missile tubes.

The Apache class cruiser is a stealth ship armed with a deployable 155mm cannon, lots of AA systems, and 40 missile tubes. It can also carry helicopters.

The Liberty class command ship is one of a kind, it is stealthy, and equipped with surface scanners, radar, sonar, and lots of other tech goodies. Its also armed with two 150mm cannons, and AA systems.

The Cherokee class transport is a heavly protected cargo ship. Its ultra large body can carry 8000 troops, and thousands of tons of cargo. Its armed with AA defences.

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| November 20, 2012, 7:51 pm
The confederation of Gaufran has began moving 3 quarters of its armored strength, and 4 fiths of its infantry towardsthe T94 border. Gaurnox maxi has gone quiet and rumors are spreading that SG8 agents are cutting communications in the T94 capitol. The whole of mid Europe is hunkering down for the first hostilities.
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| December 22, 2012, 7:05 am
-Gaufranian plan-

-strike while T94 is mobilising its forces to the border.
-Drop airborne troops behind enemy lines and cause chaos from the rear.
-SG8 will sever communications and procede to assassinate military leaders.
-Gaufranian armored divisions will use Vangaurd CEVs to cross natural obstacles and clear the way for the MBT3s.
-Take advantage of nightfighting capability of the MBT3 by fighting mainly at night.
-Use arctic infantry extensively to take advantage of winter conditions.
-Keep remaining units on the border of the dutch federation and empire of gaul to prevent an attack while we are vulnerable.

Estimated time to reach capitol- 28th december.
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| December 22, 2012, 7:10 am
UPDATE ON T94 CAMPAIGN.

Gaufranian armored forces are advancing swiftly into the forests of T94 and 3 of the 4 major rivers in front of the capitol have been bridged by Vangaurd CEVs.

Infantry making slower progress, with moderate casualties, mainly caused by Guerilla fighters attacking from the trees and causing many deaths before they can be gunned down.

Lack of air force causing problems. Recon is bad, and airborne troops have lost contact with the main force, but fighting continues in their direction indicating an attempt to rejoin the main force.

A portion of the armored force is making a breakthrough to their last known position, causing much distraction in the enemy.

Tonight, a meeting will be held at command to provide a temporary solution to the recon problem.

Current progress- 112 miles
Distance to capitol city-1412 miles
Total casualties-2478dead, 4898 wounded
Vehicles lost- 6 MBT3As
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| December 23, 2012, 6:06 am
UPDATE ON GAUFRANIAN T94 GROUND CAMPAIGN. Intensive fighting has continued over christmas, with the extreme weather slowing the advance. The gaufranian tanks are built to withstand the conditions but are lagging behind with the infantry. Enemy leaders show no sign of surrender and are held up in a bunker in the Capitol. Special forces behind enemy lines have broken through to friendly positions, encircling 2 enemy divisions, preventing them from moving back to support the defence of the Capitol. Estimates place forward armoured units two days out of the city, after leaving the dense forest for more tank friendly frozen moorland. Orders are to blockade the city, but to leave it intact if there is a possibility of a surrender. Casualties are believed to be around 650 dead and 1100 wounded
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| December 31, 2012, 10:06 am
UPDATE ON GAUFRANIAN T94 GROUND CAMPAIGN

Gaufranian tanks, with the help of their new CEVs have reached the capitol of T94, but no surrender has been recieved. Marksman rocket propelled top attack munitions have been fired at select military structures such as bunkers and armories, food stores and generators, but it seems that Gaurnok Maxi wants the capitol city intact, as many key targets have only been disabled, not destroyed. The Gaufranian blockade of the city is hoping to force a surrender when the remaining food supplies run down. Two attempts by eastern T94 forces have failed to break the blockade and many prizoners have been taken. Remaining friendly forces are continuing to advance to ease pressure on the blockade.
CURRENT ESTIMATES PLACE THE TIME OF FOOD EXHAUSTION AT THE 7th, Zero hour +15
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| January 4, 2013, 4:29 pm
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