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Haruhi Japan wrote:Pakistan isn't weak.

Compared to me and my Empire.

New Canada Project wrote:Hey
Haruhi Japan, i have posted to rps about invading Pakistan, and in rp time, its been think three years, so, is it okay if i just annex the whole thing now.
This is just basically asking how long doe it take to conquer a weak country in the rp.

I guess you should control modern day Pakistan by now, but as for the Afghanistan part
*remembers Anglo-Afghan Wars*
Not today buddy

Haruhi Japan wrote:Pakistan isn't weak.

We really havenít established his strong they are, are they industrialized? How are they in general?

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:I guess you should control modern day Pakistan by now, but as for the Afghanistan part
*remembers Anglo-Afghan Wars*
Not today buddy

I don't care about Afghanistan, but good.
Now Asian territory has expanded.

New Canada Project wrote:I don't care about Afghanistan, but good.
Now Asian territory has expanded.

Well not exactly, you still need haruhiís approval

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:Well not exactly, you still need haruhiís approval

How hard do you think the Pakistanis would resist?

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:Well not exactly, you still need haruhiís approval

What would be wrong with conquering Pakistan?
Haruhi Japan, you good with this?

Haruhi Japan wrote:How hard do you think the Pakistanis would resist?

I have no idea, nobody in 2000 years has had to deal with a Greek-Indian-Afghan thing

Haruhi Japan wrote:How hard do you think the Pakistanis would resist?

Hard, but my military is wayyyyyyy bigger.

[] August 2, 1890. [] The Clank Of Hammers [] Coast of Liberia []
A fleet of 5 pre-dreadnought battleships, named the CSS Mobile, CSS Miami, CSS Shenandoah, CSS Lee, and CSS Virginia, have officially landed off of the coast of what western scholars refer to as 'Liberia.' A force of 20,000 Confederate troopers under the famed Louisianan general Pierre G.T. Beauregard have set up a small fort not far from the coast (modern day Monrovia), naming it Fort Benjamin after former Secretary of State Judah P. Benjamin. Nearby native villages have been forcefully subjugated by the Confederates, with one-tenth of the healthy males in the village chained and sold to plantations in the mainland Confederacy. whenever males come of age in the subjugated villages, they are examined for healthy traits and are either sold back to the South or kept in their villages simply to breed more viable slaves. The small fort slowly grows into a small town, housing around 5,000 Southern citizens, including 500 plantation owners who set up their own plantations in Liberia. The new settlement is named New Jamestown, and the colony itself named the New Dominion. This new acquisition by the Confederate government has essentially reignited the Atlantic Slave Trade, although the South is currently the only major nation to partake in the revived slave trade.

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:I have no idea, nobody in 2000 years has had to deal with a Greek-Indian-Afghan thing

My best base of reference would be how hard the Indians in this area resisted Britain. Based of that Iíd say considerably although not to the level of ďDonít ever surrender, fight to the last men no matter what.Ē

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:My best base of reference would be how hard the Indians in this area resisted Britain. Based of that Iíd say considerably although not to the level of ďDonít ever surrender, fight to the last men no matter what.Ē

But, they would still lose.
And there is no reason to drag an insignificant war out s long.

Ferneus wrote:[] August 2, 1890. [] The Clank Of Hammers [] Coast of Liberia []
A fleet of 5 pre-dreadnought battleships, named the CSS Mobile, CSS Miami, CSS Shenandoah, CSS Lee, and CSS Virginia, have officially landed off of the coast of what western scholars refer to as 'Liberia.' A force of 20,000 Confederate troopers under the famed Louisianan general Pierre G.T. Beauregard have set up a small fort not far from the coast (modern day Monrovia), naming it Fort Benjamin after former Secretary of State Judah P. Benjamin. Nearby native villages have been forcefully subjugated by the Confederates, with one-tenth of the healthy males in the village chained and sold to plantations in the mainland Confederacy. whenever males come of age in the subjugated villages, they are examined for healthy traits and are either sold back to the South or kept in their villages simply to breed more viable slaves. The small fort slowly grows into a small town, housing around 5,000 Southern citizens, including 500 plantation owners who set up their own plantations in Liberia. The new settlement is named New Jamestown, and the colony itself named the New Dominion. This new acquisition by the Confederate government has essentially reignited the Atlantic Slave Trade, although the South is currently the only major nation to partake in the revived slave trade.

Europe. Come at me, bros.

Ferneus wrote:[] August 2, 1890. [] The Clank Of Hammers [] Coast of Liberia []
A fleet of 5 pre-dreadnought battleships, named the CSS Mobile, CSS Miami, CSS Shenandoah, CSS Lee, and CSS Virginia, have officially landed off of the coast of what western scholars refer to as 'Liberia.' A force of 20,000 Confederate troopers under the famed Louisianan general Pierre G.T. Beauregard have set up a small fort not far from the coast (modern day Monrovia), naming it Fort Benjamin after former Secretary of State Judah P. Benjamin. Nearby native villages have been forcefully subjugated by the Confederates, with one-tenth of the healthy males in the village chained and sold to plantations in the mainland Confederacy. whenever males come of age in the subjugated villages, they are examined for healthy traits and are either sold back to the South or kept in their villages simply to breed more viable slaves. The small fort slowly grows into a small town, housing around 5,000 Southern citizens, including 500 plantation owners who set up their own plantations in Liberia. The new settlement is named New Jamestown, and the colony itself named the New Dominion. This new acquisition by the Confederate government has essentially reignited the Atlantic Slave Trade, although the South is currently the only major nation to partake in the revived slave trade.

If I were allowed to play the Ottomans, I would join in on the slave trade.

New Canada Project wrote:But, they would still lose.
And there is no reason to drag an insignificant war out s long.

Since we donít know how powerful they are itís hard to say if they would lose within 3 years. If you put together than a larger than average colonial force then I guess Pakistan would inevitably fall.

Haruhi Japan wrote:If I were allowed to play the Ottomans, I would join in on the slave trade.

Finally, a fellow racist! Seriously though, having another major power partake in the slave trade would help solidify and legitimize the use of slaves in the South.

Ferneus wrote:Europe. Come at me, bros.

I wont, as long as you do not go further than Liberia.

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:Since we donít know how powerful they are itís hard to say if they would lose within 3 years. If you put together than a larger than average colonial force then I guess Pakistan would inevitably fall.

I did put together a pretty big force.
It will be dead by tomorrow.

New Canada Project wrote:I wont, as long as you do not go further than Liberia.

It will remain as simply Liberia as of right now.

New Canada Project wrote:I wont, as long as you do not go further than Liberia.

Arenít you a democracy, pretty much the entire British, Canadian, Australian and NZer population would be outraged by this.

Ferneus wrote:It will remain as simply Liberia as of right now.

As of right now?

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:Arenít you a democracy, pretty much the entire British, Canadian, Australian and NZer population would be outraged by this.

I'm not gonna say anything, I just want my money.

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:As of right now?

It will devolve into slave revolts once ww1 happens.

Ethics Committee of the SCPF wrote:Arenít you a democracy, pretty much the entire British, Canadian, Australian and NZer population would be outraged by this.

why?

Ferneus wrote:I'm not gonna say anything, I just want my money.

Huh? This post seems kind of weird.

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