Clearly not.. considering the guy sent over 2.5 Million soldiers over to the North.
Yui enters the office, settling down in one of the chairs with a quiet sigh of exhaustion. Closing her eyes for a second, she looks slightly tired, drained even, from the flight. After that, she turns back to I, smiling wearily; "So... What is the venue like? is there any outstanding features the band can plan around?"
Then let me handle him while you can focus with the AF.
I gotchu, but wouldn't you need at least a colony in the desert to make desert warfare systems?
Otherwise, it's really difficult to test vehicles, since you either have to rely on another nation/company to not steal your blueprints as they test for you, or send the vehicles to the desert, test it briefly, then fly all the way back. That's a large waste of gas and helicopters for a short four hour test, never mind you have to test vehicles multiple times to ensure functionality. >.<
Nah once im done with him ill just march straight into Levantin and take out The AF. Im deciding to mobilize like 200,000 more too.
Why was I not mentioned in this dispatch? It was North Cichocie letting the AF build supply routes in his land that started the war and it was Levantine intervention that made him surrender.
Marinov is now less than scared and horrified... pissed off and annoyed because of Demon Whisperer just fvcking around the buttons.
Cermak slowly points at... the fit man.
Pakitsk and Mystic forest
**In The Villa.. about 400K communication devices and other such devices would be layed out onto long tables as technicians would take them apart and start trying to trace them back to A location.. other then the flag symbols on the clothing of the soldiers these were the only ways to actually trace the invaders origins.
The emperor would be in the back and say in A deep and angry tone "I want them found and I want to PERSONALLY see the leader of these dishonorable Cravens dead."
"Everything we do has a purpose. Now stand up. We're moving you somewhere else."
It honestly depends. However, I think Charity may be service based now or reaching service based as industries head to Unistan due to cheaper wages.
Because Unistan doesn't really seem as unstable as Africa is irl, so it should be fine for companies.
However, should Charity ever decide to entice industries, cut wages, enact privacy laws, teach English more widespread (I'm assuming that only government speaks English, and that the dialogue is "translated", as it is for Zukchiva since everyone actually speaks Chian), and generally be an industry magnet, they could beat you.