I think he specifically paid them? Either way there would probably be an influx of military spending/irregularity of Derikan spending. This is assuming that they aren't shedding off equipment that htey aren't using but they would still have to move it to the meeting point/to the house of Wolves. idk how investigators would get the records but i'm sure an international warrant (hint hint wilm ;D) from interpol to go through those records would probably give them a lead, because I doubt the record will be called, "Paying House of Wolves to commit Genocide on a Rothellan planet"
If that's the case then I'm sure the Eliksni would probably happily provide information whether it be by "enhanced" interrogation, buying them out or just overall threatening them. I doubt the House of Wolves is (At this time) capable of a 1 vs 1 war against Rothella, their overreliance on Ketches makes their fleets slow (aside from their teleportation) and their big ship=victory doctrine makes a hit and run strategy impossible for their navy. It's basically a bunch of yamatos, against a bunch of carriers and we all know how that went down. I think their planetary units would probably be the most challenging, individual soldiers, tactics, weapons, etc. mean. However, their walkers (in my opinion) are awful. Dont get me wrong, they are pretty cool but practically speaking they aren't the best. It doesn't take much to see them, they can easily be off-balanced and are incredibly slow. I see them working in an urban defense situation, or overall riot control but that's it in combat scenarios. I think they're best in industrial situations, but that's my opinion.
Fallen walkers I'm pretty sure are repurposed mining vehicles with a tank cannon strapped onto them in the lore at least.
Idk about off balancing them they have a pretty low center of gravity and squatty little legs
And house of Wolves is like a single eleskni house, so I can agree with you there.
Their ketches do seem to be a poor choice as many by gaykers own words lack the facilities that made them mobile civilizations.
I mean walkers in general, but I'm pretty sure a large truck or tank, something really heavy could ram into it and make the thing fall. Idk much about the Eliksni from Destiny just that they're spiderlike and evil.
Alcandar excused himself from the conversation. After several moments he'd return, glass of water in hand. He nursed the glass in his hand and looked back at Acre. Prior to returning to the room he spoke with his secretary Hector, a rather large and muscular veteran covered in battle scars and held cybernetic prosthetics. During the brief conversation, Alcandar had asked the secretary to record the conversation. Alcandar snapped back to the present and summarized what Acre had just said. "So you want us to commit a genocide against the Eliksni, as you said, 'commit the same crimes they cused against us?'"
Ah I see. I have a bias against Walkers, I prefer tracked tanks lol. I do like the six/four legs format, sort of like the AT-TE from Star wars and the Scarab Walker from Halo. I'm priamrily against two legged more human-formatted walkers.
How does new Rothella flag look!??!?!??
The Meandros (the circle) represents unity, victory and eternal life while the Delta sign (The triangle) represents positive change, basically that tomorrow the Commonwealth continues to bring change for the betterment of society.
basic no ripple cronge
needs more ripples ;D
It looks better on my nations home page, even without hte ripple effect its still difficult to see it. maybe a little easier but still difficult
I bet it also has to go with the colors as well I'm going to swap the black and blue to see if that's better.
After the attempted planetary genocide of Exoni, a collection of council members begin discussing the possibility of a genocide occurring once more. Only these representatives feared the total annihilation of the Commonwealth. After several hours of discussion, they began to draw up a contingency plan that would-although would trample the rights of all citizens-preserve the people of Rothella, and hopefully ensure its survival. Plan 0005889 was decided to be classified, and given to a judge to certify its legitimacy and ensure the new government's easy transition of power. After reading it the Judge immediately motioned to deny this resolution, and threatened to go public with the document. However, after hours of debate, Councilor Helios of Corinth quoted the Assembly Charter, word for word, that the sole duty of the Commonwealth was to protect the citizens of Rothella from foreign and internal threats, and this plan was a final resort in the event of a total-genocidal campaign against Rothella and her citizens.
Rothella would be divided up into 6 military districts, each with the sole goal of establishing self-sufficiency. All regions hold a military general who oversees the economic, social, and political needs of their designated region, as well as all military operations inside. Each General reports to the Architect. Despite the government being extremely militaristic, the Architect is a designated survivor, a leader handpicked by the council who they believe will guide the Commonwealth to survival. The vote for this Designated Leader must be unanimous. Many members of the council have nominated Alcandar to be this Chief Architec, however, Councilor Nadia of Athens was the one vote which prevented his appointment. Instead, a mysterious citizen of the Commonwealth has been chosen to lead Rothella to survival, should the need arise.
(How does it look? It's a little vague because I haven't fully fleshed it out yet, but I like it. If there's any flaws in it please let me know. I'm also figuring out the leader titles, I didn't wanna go with the whole Architect and I might even want to just have it as a military junta instead of having one main leader.