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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Republic of The Akasha Colony (elected 141 days ago)

Founder: The United States of Seismic doings

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Comrades, we have done it! We have vanquished the zombie hordes not once, but twice!

Congratulations are in order, my brothers, for we have vanquished the undead menace in only 6 hours and 44 minutes! Huzzah!

Embassies: Intergalactic Federacy, Aels, Necron Empire, and Alterran Federation.

Tags: FT: FTL, FT: FTLi, Role Player, Medium, and Post-Modern Tech.

Regional Power: Moderate

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"Bah! Zlost wins oppressive overlord. We trys and trys to keep the plebs and uppity nobles under the heel of our all puissant boots. Still, they wiggles soes and our invisible foot gets tired, and our invisible leg and back gets cramps. So we let up a bit, ands they goes and makes us a mealy centrist democracy. Bah!"

The Second Brotherhood of Planets and Yngen

The Nomadic Peoples of Agua del Feugo wrote:"Bah! Zlost wins oppressive overlord. We trys and trys to keep the plebs and uppity nobles under the heel of our all puissant boots. Still, they wiggles soes and our invisible foot gets tired, and our invisible leg and back gets cramps. So we let up a bit, ands they goes and makes us a mealy centrist democracy. Bah!"


Nice classic Sci Fi impressions, Aqua del Feugo! Some of your posts remind me of ol' novels by Asimov and Niven.

Yngen

The Space Commune of The Second Brotherhood of Planets wrote:What you call kindness is polite pragmatism. Why waste bullets when you can use words to force the enemy to surrender?

But in all seriousness, the Axis seemed to require a diplomat. I had hoped to provide my services in that regard...

we did haha our only other solution was to firebomb planets

at least till Tim defected to the glorious Axis and became our new voice of reason after you left

Redemption-America

AdF always had some of the most distinctive writing back on FBN. Even if it was sometimes hard to figure out what was actually going on.

The Second Brotherhood of Planets

The Imperium of Yngen wrote:we did haha our only other solution was to firebomb planets

at least till Tim defected to the glorious Axis and became our new voice of reason after you left


Which was a surprising turn of events haha, at least to me. Did enjoy it a lot, though. But I did set my fair share of planets on fire, because Axis justice. It needed to happen at least a few times, otherwise I wouldn't be a real member.

Yngen

Lol, glad you liked it. I loved asimov and nivens adventures. It took me a month of reading to get through their inventory in middle school. I always tried to have layers in the writing. The obvious and the less so smashed together. For a few months I only wrote in archaic 18th century style english. One of my favorite was an internal League of Nations rpg where I wrote in various dialects. The Jamaicans were not pleased with NLN peacekeepers and AdF was supplying arms and training. Don't recall why I wrote it entirely in that dialect but it was fun. It was confusing for me to read only a few days later until it clicked that I wrote it phonetically.

I really wanted a strange semi-feudal theocratic nation ruled by a vicar of the gods. One thing is where you always heard about him but never saw him and truthfully he might not even really exist. I havent made up my mind about that one. Sorta "who is behind that thar curtain?"

Also I wanted a place where the various principalities, monasteries, and companies interact in a chaotic and highly xenephobic milieu. The realm was to have magic and science being virtually interchangeable utilized. That and it had to have a loads of silly references to the outrageouse tropes. Most recently the green brain slugs from futurama have been infiltrating some of our minor houses.

The Second Brotherhood of Planets and Yngen

The Colony of Redemption-America wrote:Which was a surprising turn of events haha, at least to me. Did enjoy it a lot, though. But I did set my fair share of planets on fire, because Axis justice. It needed to happen at least a few times, otherwise I wouldn't be a real member.

Glad you enjoyed it! I feel any FBn experience wasn't complete without being party to, or at least witness to, a planet-burning

Redemption-America

The Imperium of Yngen wrote:Glad you enjoyed it! I feel any FBn experience wasn't complete without being party to, or at least witness to, a planet-burning


I'm just glad you guys took me in. Hah. I would have missed out on a lot otherwise.

And seriously though. If you weren't setting things on fire, what's the point?

Fire is overrated. Blotting out a planet's Sun so it slowly dwindles to a frozen iceball, now *that* is a way to ruin a planet.

Not that this was ever considered by the UPT Space Force, of course. No sir.

The Second Brotherhood of Planets and Redemption-America

Oh hey, I finally got that issue series thing myself.

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