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The Republic of Armenia







Armenian forces make do with equipment that is mostly of Polish origin (owing to the close military relations between the two states), although certain elements are domestically designed. Stolen Ottoman equipment, while present in large numbers in the opening days of the revolution, have since been sold to Poland in an arms-buyback program to trade in for Polish equipment at more favorable prices.

Basic infantry equipment for frontline troops is surprisingly sophisticated, owing to the Armenians' emphasis on soldier protection (to compensate for a smaller population.) A fighting load can consist of a solid-colored battledress uniform with a steel helmet and armor (a ballistic Nylon vest with manganese steel plates) that provide protection to shrapnel (the effectiveness against bullets is highly debatable.) Atop this is a harness-type loadbearing vest, often accompanied by a rucksack (large or small) depending on the mission.

Standard armament consists of a heavier 7.62mm battle-rifle weapon with a smaller 9mm sidearm. The arsenal also maintains designated light/medium machineguns, marksman rifles, shotguns for close quarters battle, submachine guns for MP and urban units, hand grenades, antitank rocket launchers, mines, rifle grenades, and longer-range sniper rifles.


The Armenian military, being tasked with local areas of operation, is modeled mainly on a geographic basis. Two Corps formations are settled in East and West Armenia, further subdivided into four Divisions that take up a regional space. Regiments comprise the basic unit of Armenian military structure, specializing in specific tasks relevant to their operating environment.

A special exception is the segregated Armenian Foreign Legion which does not act as a geographic force but instead focuses on regimental units comprised of specific ethnic groups to act as front-line shock troops who undertake the most dangerous missions anywhere in the Armenian zones of conflict. This is largely modeled after France's legion.

The smaller structures of the Armenian military follow, more or less, a European continental command and staff structure adopted from the Ottoman military (which in turn was adopted from countries like France in particular.)

Military Formations:




- Hasmik Assanian: The President of the Republic of Armenia. A former Ottoman military draftee and defector, he became the principal leader of the Armenian Separatist Front after the Battle of Nor Yerzenka. He oversaw the successful revolution and thoroughly humiliated the Ottoman Turkish occupation forces, earning him a landslide victory in the interim elections of 1977 and then the first formal elections in 1980.
- Serzh Dashnakian: A famed Armenian historian and professor who, after the revolution, became the head proponent and organizer of the Armenian NSS's cryptanalysis section. He is instrumental to the Armenian intelligence scene.
- Jordan Ivakon: The Russian-Armenian Minister of War. During the 1977-1980 interim government, Ivakon was a part of the "troika" making decisions in the militarized government. A former ASF commander, he is regarded as harsh yet cunning in his policies and management of the Ministry of War, including giving consent for a secret false flag operation to set the final stages of the conflict in motion.
- Levon Ladaryan: The unorthodox and morally questionable head of the National Security Service. Ladaryan is responsible, for the most part, for the black and grey operations conducted by the NSS during the war. He tends to greenlight whatever he thinks will work, regardless of legality, so long as it is kept silent and efficient.
- Joseph Pollundrian: The American-born Vice President and Assanian's closest friend. He volunteered as a fighter with the ASF in the Nagorno-Karabakh and proved his leadership abilities in the management of the fight in South Armenia. He ran with Assanian in his campaigns as a symbol of solidarity.
- Aram Terzian: A young, bright, idealistic former engineer elected to the director of the National Recovery Administration and tasked with rebuilding the nation. He is one of Assanian's most trusted department heads and a fervent ultranationalist. He is often controversial with the parliamentary conservatives with his Keynesian economics practices.


- Haroud Abbasian: A military officer from the Artaskh. Abbasian began his career as a conscript during the waning year of the ceasefire, and took part in the final three month blitzkrieg across Erzurum. After ending his service, he became bored with civilian life and joined again to become an officer in the newly-formed Armenian Foreign Legion.
- Mikael Gregovyen: Once a decorated war hero, Gregovyen commands an elite special operations force for the Armenian central intelligence service: the NSS Special Actions Unit. He is currently deployed to Georgia, conducting black operations against bandits and dissident insurgents.
- Victor Ohanian: The commander of the military and governmental intelligence staff for President Assanian and a close member of the cabinet. A veteran of countless battles during his service as an Ottoman officer, Ohanian is another instrumental part of the intelligence system in Armenia.
- Hassam Sulayev: An officer in the Armenian Foreign Legion of Yazidi descent. He is one of Abbasian's closest friends and an excellent leader.
- George Yaglian: A border guard who recently ended his tour on the Georgian-Armenian border and was reassigned to supplement existing security forces at Joint Base Sevan Lake. He is an aspiring musician with dreams of making it big playing Armenian-infused jazz with the stars in culturally-rich Sevan.


- George Vartanesian: The captain of the MV Breadwinner of Rize, a commercial vessel part of the Armenian Merchant Marine, and a veteran seaman. Formerly tasked with trading across the Black Sea with Poland, he is now responsible for the first Armenian circumnavigation of the globe in an international show of force.
- Paul Gredakjian: A civil engineer heading the reconstruction efforts in Artashat, the hardest-hit city of the war. He is known for his ingenuity and creativity, even if his efforts often run above budget and over schedule.
- Fatima Abbasian: Lieutenant Haroud Abbasian's mother, a Muslim living in the segregated ghetto of Stepanakert along with her other child (Haroud's sister) Maya. She is a widow, her husband having been killed by Azeri rocket attacks in the Artsakh skirmishes.


Post Catalog:

- Abbasian returns to Yerevan from the war to victory celebrations, and reunites with his family.
- Abbasian and his family discuss the Army and return to the victory parade. Yaglian returns from the war to Sevan.
- Assanian gives a victory speech. Gregovyen leads a raid on a Dagestani warlord's compound and discovers the existence of the Georgian Guard.
- Abbasian returns with his family to the Artsakh, moving back in with his parents. Yaglian settles into his new job at a security posting inside of Armenia and ponders his musical career.
- Terzian and Assanian discuss the infrastructure development and greenlight a public works project.
- Recruiters from the Armenian Foreign Legion convince Abbasian to reenlist.
- Abbasian arrives at OCS day one. Vartanesian guides his ship through the Bosporus as Independent Istanbul prepares for war. Work begins on Armenia's highways.
- Gregovyen briefs the Georgian theater commanders about the Georgian Guard - a potential political ally and reconstruction force. Vartanesian lands in Cyprus to begin the first port visit on his tour.
- Ottoman diplomatic codes and classified documents are stolen by Armenian intelligence agents in Independent Istanbul. The NSS confirms their suspicions of an imminent attack of Istanbul. Abbasian leads a successful training exercise at OCS.
- The NSS gets eyes on the Batumi revolt. Vartanesian discusses current events at Kyrenia with an old friend. Terzian and the NRA inspect Artashat. Abbasian's OCS class begins its final exercise. Yaglian is kicked out of a club and runs from police in downtown Sevan.
- Yaglian gets into trouble with the MPs. Armenian diplomatic staff evacuates Istanbul. Abbasian's OCS class takes heavy hits in the final exercise, jeopardizing graduation.
- Abbasian leads the OCS class to victory, is commissioned as an officer, and heads to his next unit alongside Sulayev. Assanian is briefed on the imminent invasion of Istanbul. Turkish planes begin striking targets at the city outskirts.
- The Ottomans invade Istanbul, forcing the Armenians to activate their quick response units. Yaglian's battalion is airlifted to Greece to take the Istanbul airport while Abbasian conducts an air assault onto the beach to occupy forward positions.
- Yaglian arrives at the airfield and secures it amidst heavy casualties. Abbasian fights a wave of Ottomans out of the hotel, also taking losses. Abbasian's family settles back into life with their son at war.
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Georgian Guard

"Strength is in Unity"

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Wiki Page
Political map of Georgia


-Davit Patarava: Founder and current Commander of the Georgian Guard.
-Irakli Donauri: The militia's sole medic.
-Laren Bakradze: A captain within the Guard with a long military history and a fucking delightful salt and pepper beard.


Currently: Five units are attacking Freedom Square, the rest are off fishing or something.

-Approx. 150 Georgian Guards within Batumi
-Approx. 50 Young Georgians (youth unit) within Batumi.

The Guard is split into 'units' of ten men headed by a captain. Ranks are Commander>Staff Sergeant>Captain>Corporal>Private

Post Catalogue:
Davit gets shot by the Ajaran Army during the protest, attempts to organise his troops
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MCF Infosheet
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Royal Family: House of Solomon (Solomonic Dynasty)
-(Emperor Yohannes V). Deceased. Born June 2nd, 1915. Assassinated in 1974. He was 59.)
-(Empress Dowager Elani). nee. "Elani Aman". Deceased. Born January 11th, 1922. Suffered from Senility in her final days. Died over the Gulf of Aden when her aircraft was shot down by a Spanish jet on June 4th, 1980. She was fifty eight. Description/Introduction

-Emperor Yaqob II. Born January 7th, 1953. Description/Introduction Art 1 Art 2 Art 3
--Title: His Imperial Highness: Emperor (Negus Negast) of Ethiopia and Unified Africa
-Empress Azima. nee. "Azima bint Hassan al-Soomaaliyeed" Born September 30th, 1955. Description/Introduction Art
-Sahle. Went by the alias "Samel" for a time. Deposed former Emperor and older brother of Yaqob. Born December 18th, 1946. Description/Introduction Art 1 Art 2
-Princess Taytu. Born April 20th 1951. Serves as Foreign Affairs Advisor on the Imperial Advisory Board and is the older sister of Yaqob Description/Introduction

-Prince (Lij) Tewodros. Born July 21st, 1978. Son of Yaqob and Azima. Description/Introduction
-Olivier Gezi. Orphaned during the Katanga Rebellion and maimed by Ras Hassan. Born February 23rd, 1977. Adopted son of Taytu. Description/Introduction

Royal Retainers
-Mvuli Tansi. Captain of the Imperial Guard. Hero of the Katanga Rebellion, where he lead the Lost Battalion through enemy territory. Lost his eye to Caleb Banks, a rogue Mormon Missionary. Lost his leg to a Gorilla. Description/Introduction
-Tilu Gidada. Yaqob's personnel assistant. Young college kid. Description/Introduction
-Dr. Malcom Orji. Elani's Dementia Doctor. Student of Doctor Babukar Sisi. Description/Introduction

The Government
-Akanni Themba. Prime Minister of Ethiopia. Ambassador of Ethiopia to China from 1971 to 1973. Description/Introduction
--Werkenesh. Akanni's wife. Description/Introduction
-Nassor Chitundu. Adviser for Domestic Affairs to the Emperor. Old Katangan dude and pretty black. Description/Introduction
-Fitawrari Iregi. Die hard democrat, leader of opposition in Senate. Egotist. Description/Introduction
-James Lutalo. Aging Kenyan Adventurer. Leader of the Wakomunisti (Communists) in Africa. Description/Introduction
-Ras Goliad. Governor of Hararghe and remnant of the traditional Ras nobility of Ethiopia. Likes guns and hyenas. Description/Introduction

Diplomats and Foreign Relations Personal.
-Ita Thabiti. Assistant Adviser for Foreign Affairs. Close friend and right hand of Princess Taytu. Description/Introduction
-Fulumirani Digane. Ambassador to China. Somewhat relaxed, if not entirely dull man. Description/Introduction
--Jean Thaba. Fulumirani's assistant. Has a rusty voice, whatever that means. Description/Introduction
-Tomas Haile. Ambassador to the United States. Elderly war veteran. Distant cousin of Yaqob.Description/Introduction

Ethiopian Military
- Ras Hassan Yusuf al-Soomaaliyeed. Commander of the Pan-African Armed Forces. Father of the Empress and grandfather of Lij Tewodros. Description/Introduction Art
- Ras Rais. Commander of the Pan-African Army. Description/Introduction
- General Idrissa. Commander of the 4th Sefari. Given command of the Western Theater during the Spanish-Abyssinian War of 1980. Famous for his participation during the Battle of Taif. Description/Introduction. Art
--Quartermaster Daud Quartermaster. Small, balding, Arabic man. Description/Introduction
- Fitawrari Bucephelus L. Scott. Commander of the First International Sefari. African American. Has Van-Dyke beard and Black kepi. Description/Introduction

--The Army is Divided into "Sefari".
---1st Sefari. Stationed in Gondar. Commanded by General Ojore Sentwala.
---2nd Sefari. Stationed in Chad. Commanded by Ras Zayed.
---3rd Sefari. Stationed in Katanga. Commanded by General Biniam.
---4th Sefari. Stationed in Swahililand. Commanded by General Idrissa, the hero of Ta'if.
---5th Sefari. Stationed in Chari near the border with Spain. Commanded by General Motogusinile
---6th Sefari. Stationed in Sudan near the border with Egypt. Commanded by General Fergessa.
---7th Sefari. Stationed in Hejaz in order to keep the peace. Commanded by General Peyisai.
----Colonel Ashenafi: Aide to Peyisai. Description/Introduction
---8th Sefari. Stationed at the mouth of the Congo. Commanded by General Chisulo Iskinder.
---1st International Sefari AKA the 'Andalusia Sefari'. Commanded by Fitawrari Bucephelus L. Scott. Description/Introduction
----Bill Vipperman. Appalachian Socialist, uneducated ideas about race. Otherwise decent fellowDescription/Introduction
----Major Adcox. A British-born colored man of Caribbean heritage. Description/Introduction

-Walinzi: The Intelligence, Special Forces, and Investigative office of the Pan-African nation. Commanded by Hakim Mossadeq.
--Commander Mossadeq: Description/Introduction
---(Assistant Director Amare Debir): Former head of the Caucasian mission. Served undercover as the Ambassador to Armenia. Played a part in engineering the false-flag bombing of the Ethiopian embassy. Went into hiding, came out of hiding to arrest Sahle, where he was shot by Aaliyah. Deceased. Description/Introduction
---Leyla Masri. Assassinated the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire by changing his heart medication and seducing him.Description/Introduction Art
---Elias Zelalem. Leyla's Walinzi partner. Description/Introduction Art

Leyla's Entourage
-Barentu. A large Oromo soldier. Sad man. Description/Introduction
-Junedin. Elderly priest. A tiny bit rapey. Description/Introduction
-Heruy. Young, serious soldier. Feels angry at the world and shows it. Description/Introduction

Sahle's Russia
-Vasily Nizamutdinov. From Russia. Former-bouncer at the "Dead Man's Den." in Sevan, Armenia. Description/Introduction
-Colonel Lazar Sorokin. Commander of Volgograd forces stationed in Astrakhan. Cautious, and bibulous. Description/Introduction
-Regina Romanov. Nine year old Tsarina of Russia disguised as Sorokin's daughter. Owns a creepy horse doll. Description/Introduction
-Radmila. Regina's teacher. Has a crush on Sahle. Description/Introduction
-Uliana. Sniper woman in Regina's guard. Description/Introduction
-General Oleksandr Rykov. Elderly leader of Volgograd. Nice, clever, royalist. Description/Introduction
--Gleb Apostol. Hetman of Zaporozhian Cossacks. Clever, outgoing, fun-loving military genius Description/Introduction
--Semen Hertsyk. Hetman of Don Host. Well educated military man, takes himself seriously. Description/Introduction
--Ihor Iosifovich. Hetman of Kuban Cossacks. Short, terse, aggressive. Son of Koba. Description/Introduction
--Oleg Yushchenko. Hetman of Sochi Cossacks. A tea plantationer who has no military experience. Description/Introduction
--Andrei Yaroslav. Former President of the Ukraine, now leads resistance to the Poles. Description/Introduction

Sahle's Acquaintances as Samel.
-Aaliyah. Sahle's Ex-Girlfriend. Maimed in Cairo by Stanley Barnham. Description/Introduction
-Yared. Krar Player, played in band with Sahle. Description/Introduction
-Marc. Cornet, Trumpet, and Saxophone player. Known for ability to procure narcotics. Description/Introduction
-Stanley Barnham. Known as the "Sheikh of Cairo." Oil-rich man who overseas the nightlife in Egypt. Stabbed Aaliyah in eye after disagreement, shot by the witless entertainer Bozo. Survival assumed.
-Sanos Horasian. Often called simply "The Old Man." Operates the bar called "The Dead Man's Den." Description/Introduction
-Oziryan. Armenian Crime Boss in Sevan. Description/Introduction
-(Vladmira Putin.) Russo-Finnish woman with a flirty disposition and nice tits. Betrayed Sahle to the Po-Po. Deceased. Description/Introduction Real-World Counterpart.
-Darcho. Shitty Comedian. Description/Introduction
-Davit. Creepy doll maker who makes masks also. Description/Introduction
-Deng Wu. Chinese Wushu teacher in Armenia. One of Oziryan's associates. Description/Introduction

Government of the Confederacy of Tanganyika and Mozambique
--Hubertus Majogo. Prime Minister of Tanganyika. Elderly, but lively. Something of a convinced coward. Description/Introduction
--Adolf Mwashinga. Minister of Foreign Affairs. Sweaty bald guy. Description/Introduction
--Mukwava Kidude. Perceptive senator. On the Committee for Tribal Affairs. Member of HeHe tribe. Description/Introduction
--Dr. Rudolf Sumari. Director of Tanganyika's Walinzi. Description/Introduction
--Joao Salomao. Minister for Foreign Affairs. Description/Introduction
--Teodato Zucula. Minister of Justice. Description/Introduction

People of Africa
-Dr. Babukar Sisi. Psychologist. Neurosurgeon. Smuggler. Drug Kingpin. Advisor to the Walinzi and Ras Hassan. Secretly a Mad Scientist. Description/Introduction Art
-Zenon Bie Bwana. Ethnic historian who really likes Carthage, but thinks it was black people. Leads some militia in the Congo. Description/Introduction
-Priest Zerihun Biruk. Former Priest in charge of watching over the Ark of the Covenant (tabot). Formerly an Exorcist. Description/Introduction Art
-Priest Paulos. Current Priest in charge of watching over the Ark of the Covenant (tabot). Is part of a group of priests with that charge. Description/Introduction
-Fulumirani's Unnamed sister in Awasa

Alvar Panzano and his Spanish Friends
-Alvar Panzano. Translator in the Spanish Ejercito. Awkward, prone to rage, voyeuristic. Has a psychopathic streak to his personality. Description/Introduction
-Estefan, Anso, and Tomas Panzano. Alvar's cousins. 26, 20, and 12 respectively. Description/Introduction
-Cornelio Cortez. Fellow student who Alvar beat up. Has nails-on-chalkboard voice. Description/Introduction
-Lieutenant Abilio De Oviedo. Commander of the platoon which Alvar Panzano is in. Shouts. Description/Introduction
-Corporal Cristobal Fonseca. Member of Alvar's platoon. Dislikes Alvar and thinks he is a pervert. Description/Introduction
-Colonel Honorato Inigo de Loiola: Basque officer; aggressive, overconfident, haughty. Description/Introduction

Other Assorted Foreigners
-Ma Jingsong: Chinese Congressman and unofficial leader of the pro-African faction in their government Description/Introduction

People in the Past
-Iyasu V: Former Emperor of Ethiopia. Description/Introduction. Real-World Counterpart.
--Faaiso: Iyasu's materialistic concubine. Yohannes' mother and Yaqob, Sahle, and Taytu's grandmother. Description/Introduction.
-Zewditu: Declared Empress by the 1916 rebels, but was deposed and put under house arrest. Real-World Counterpart.
-Ras Tefari: Rebel noble who failed to depose Iyasu V in 1916. Fled and disappeared. Real-World Counterpart.
-Negus Mikael of Wollo: Negus of the North from the start of Iyasu's reign until his death. Iyasu's father, Yohannes' grandfather, Yaqob/Sahle/Taytu's great grandfather. Description/Introduction. Real-World Counterpart.
-Johan Bruno Freiherr von Schnitzler: German Baron and advisor to Iyasu V during the first part of the Great War. Died in Kenya in 1921. Descrpition/Introduction.
-Mansuur ibn Ra'd: Hassan's grandfather.
-Yusuf ibn Mansuur al-Soomaaliyeed: Hassan's father.
-Ras Gugsa Welle: Noble who joined rebellion in 1916 and died at Dire Dawa in 1917. Description/Introduction. Real-World Counterpart.
-The Rebel Rases at Debre Damos (1952 Civil War)
--Ras Guggsa
--Ras Eba Gugsa (1917 mention)
--Ras Aron
--Ras Petros-Menas
-Baruti: Sahle's former personal assistant. Description/Introduction
-Vince Reynard: BP Liason and former Prime Minister of Ethiopia. Description/Introduction
--Emily Reynard: Vince's Daughter, born ~1959. Description/Introduction
-Dumaka Amiri: Former Prime Minister of Ethiopia. Description/Introduction
-Adila Minkah: Former Judicial Adviser to the Ethiopian Empire. Description/Introduction
-Edmund Glaise-Horstenau: Austrian official from WW1 who wrote a history of the war. Description/Introduction. Real-World Counterpart.

"Ethiopians do not use surnames. The same system is used by both Christians and Muslims. An individual's name consists of his proper name followed by his father's name. Individuals are, there-fore, normally referred to by their proper (i.e. first) name. Both the proper name and the father's name may have two components; thus a name may consist of three or four words. In addition secular or religious titles may be added to one or both names. (See glossary for titles). Many Ethiopian names are, in effect, phrases. Wives do not take their husbands' names. Three courtesy titles are used in Ethiopia: Ato (Mr), Woizero (Mrs), and Woizerit (Miss)." (citation: "Layers of Time: A History of Ethiopia" by Paul B. Henze)

Precipice Specific Terms or Phrases (AKA shit I made up).
-Walinzi: Name for national intelligence and policing agencies in Pan-African nations. Means "Guard" in Swahili.

Ethiopian Terms and Titles.
-Abba: Father
-Abbay: Blue Nile
-Abun/Abune: Head of the Ethiopian Tewahedo Church, which is a branch-off of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
-Adarash: Meeting hall.
-Afe-Negus: "Mouth of the King." The Royal Spokesman.
-Aleqa: Chief or head.
-Alga: Bed, wooden framed and sprung with a lattice of leather straps. Also can mean 'throne'.
-Amba: A flat-topped mountain, typically surrounded by cliffs so it is hard to reach. Traditionally the site of fortifications or monasteries.
-Amole: Salt bar.
-Arbanya: Partisan/Patriot.
-Azmari: A bard. Uses a single-stringed fiddle called a Masenqo.
-Bahr/Bahir: Sea or Lake.
-Belg: The short rainy season in March and April.
-Bet: House.
-Birr: Silver. Basic unit of currency (like 'dollar' or 'euro').
-bisi: "Man of." Example: "Eon bisi Anaaph" means "Eon of Anaaph"
-Bitwedded/Bitwoded: Court title that means "Favorite." Used as a qualifier for an official title like Ras.
-Buda: A person who possesses the ability of the evil eye. Buda are believed to be able to turn into a Werehyena, allowing them to attack without revealing their true identity. Believed to be common among metalworkers and jews.
-Buna: Coffee
-Debtera: A non-ordained traveling religious person within the Ethiopian church. Responsible for impromptu acts of worship, the making of herbal remedies, the exorcising of evil spirits, and spell-binding.
-Dejazmach: "Commander of the Gate". Traditionally a feudal title comparable to count. The Pan-African state uses it as the official title of the commander and of a nations armed forces (unless the honorific 'Ras' is already conferred.)
-Doomfata: The recital of heroic deeds.
-Enset: False banana. A popular crop in Ethioia.
-Eqabet: Treasury.
-Falasha: Jew.
-Ferengi: Foreigner. A loan-word from the Arabic for "Frank"
-Fitawrari: "Commander of the Vanguard". Traditionally a feudal title comparable to Baron. In Pan-African Ethiopia, it is simply an honorific with no property or special rights attached.
-Gabi: A four-layered chiffon cloth worn around the shoulders similar to a toga. Similar to the Shamma.
-Gadla: Chronicle.
-Genet: Paradise.
-Gesho: Leaf used as a fermenting agent.
-Giraf: Whip made from hippo hide.
-Godjo: A Tigrayan hut. Round, often built with stone, and with a thatched roof held up by a pole in the middle.
-Gra: Left.
-Grazmach "Leader of the Left". Traditional feudal title just below "Dejazmach." Extinct in Pan-African Ethiopia.
-Gugs or Feres Gugs: An Ethiopian equine sport. Similar to jousting, but with multiple teams going at once in formation.
-Habesh: The collective name for the peoples of the Ethiopian highlands. This is the origin of the old term 'Abyssinia'.
-Habesha Kemis: Woman's dress.
-Hakim: Doctor.
-Hizb: People.
-Ika-bet: "Thing House." A church treasury.
-Injera: A spongy sourdough flat-bread most often made from teff flour. A staple in Ethiopian eating.
-Itege: Queen-Consort (Azima would be Itege, though I use the term Queen for clarity.)
-Kebbero: Large church drum.
-Kebre Negest: "The Glory of Kings." A royal charter tracing the origins of the Ethiopian Royal line in biblical history.
-Kegnazmach: "Leader of the Right." Traditional feudal title just below "Dejazmach." Extinct in Pan-African Ethiopia.
-Kentiba: Mayor
-Ketema: Fortified camp or town.
-Khat/Chat: A type of amphetime-like stimulant that is popular in the horn of Africa. Usually chewed.
-Kiddus: Saint or holy man.
-Kitab: An amulet that consists of a little pouch, inside of which is a rolled up piece of parchment with a magic spell written on it. Worn around the neck to defend against evil spirits.
-Koso: A herbal purgative used in poor, rural parts of Ethiopia to purge intestinal worms.
-Kuta: A two-layered chiffon cloth worn over the shoulders. Similar to a Shama. Worn by men.
-Leul: Prince.
-Lij: "Child". Used as a term for noble boys.
-Liquamaquas: Personal aide, alter ego.
-Lisan: Language.
-Mekdes: Sanctuary of a church in which the tabot resides.
-Meridazmach: Reserve Commander or Chief of Staff. Title extinct in Pan-African Ethiopia.
-Merikani: White cotton cloth.
-Mesob: Flat-topped basket which is used as a table for injera and injera-based meals.
-Neftanya: Rifleman, settler.
-Negarit: War drum.
-Negus: King.
-Negusa Negast: "King of Kings." Title conferred to an Ethiopian Emperor. Yaqob is Negusa Negast.
-Netela: Two-layered chiffon cloth worn by women. Similar to Kuta. Covers head and shoulders.
-Nug: Niger flower, safflower.
-Orit: Old Testament.
-Quanqua: Language.
-Ras: "Head." A position similar to duke conferred on a Negus's top generals. Many Rases throughout history held power almost equal to that of a Negus. In Pan-Africa, this title is conferred on the most trusted and privileged men of Ethiopian society. This includes generals like Ras Hassan and Ras Rais, and political figures like Ras Goliad.
-Samena Worq: Wax and gold.
-Shaleqa: Major (military title.)
-Shamma: A large cotton shawl that is common in Ethiopia.
-Shengo: Assembly, Parliament.
-Shifta: "Bandit." Used as a catch all term for any outlaw, rebel, or vigilante. Think gunslinger in the old west.
-Shotel: A curved sword similar to a scimitar. Unlike a scimitar, it is most often sharpened on the inside of the curve
-Shumshir: Shifting of official titles. Shuffle.
-Tabib: A craftsman, or a witch. The term mixes the Ethiopian stereotypes for Jews. Tabib are said to possess the ability of the evil eye, and are often seen as Buda.
-Tabot: A representation of the Ark of the Covenant. A church is not considered a church if it does not have a tabot. (I use the term for the Ark itself, though i'm not quite sure that is accurate).
-Talla: Home-brewed beer.
-Tankwa: Papyrus boat.
-Tarik: History.
-Teff: A type of grain that grows in the Ethiopian highlands.
-Tej: Mead.
-Tella Bet: Beer House.
-Tezkar: Memorial service held at specific intervals after death.
-Timtim: White turban worn by priests.
-Timqat: Baptism.
-Tor: Spear. Also can mean war.
-Tsadkan: "Righteous ones".
-Wat: A spiced stew of curry. Usually eaten by soaking it up with Injera.
-Weyzero: Mrs.
-Worq: Gold.
-Zemecha: Campaign.

Ethiopian Phrases
-Abet: A greeting call, used to attract attention, or to acknowledge such a call.
-Ato: Mister.
-Ayzore!: Be strong! Call of encouragement that can be used in battle, travel, or work.
-Isshi: Okay.
-Jan Hoi: Your Majesty.

Afar Terms and Phrases
-Gile: Knife worn by Afar men. Used primarily to slaughter livestock.

1:RP Introduction. Sahle dreams and arrives in Armenia.
2:Imperial Women explore Addis Ababa, Parade celebrating defeat of Ottomans.
3:Sahle arrives in Sevan, is hired at the Dead Man's Drink.
4:Party at Imperial Residence. Taytu mingles.
5:Sahle does LSD before a show. There is an attempted shooting.
6:Sisi reflects on Malta, Addis Ababa, and crazy brain stuff.
7:Elani is senile. That sucks.
8:Taytu gets drunk and talks about Egypt and threat of war with Spain
9:Sahle reunited with Aaliyah after shooting.
10:Hassan daydreams, watches gasmask fashion show, talks to Yaqob about tactics and movies.
11:Sisi visits Hejaz, watches a very complicated headache. Walinzi afraid Spain will learn of it.
12:Leyla and Elias ride the ENS Aksum to Port Fuad. Details of the Sultan's death.
13:Leyla and Elias do some actions in Port Said/Fuad.
14:Sahle is introduced to Oziryan, gets some primo shit.
15:The Spanish fire on Port Said, Ethiopians counter. Yaqob talks to people, meets a priest.
16:Fulumirani and Hou talk shop. Beijing is bein' purty. Also, damn fine coffee.
17:Aaliyah gets a new face. Sahle has a crush. Leyla and Elias have some night action.
18:Sisi writes. Leyla gets a cement liver.
19:Rais prepares Ethiopia's defenses. Leyla visits the egyptian spring for wounded chicks
20:Royal family sent to China. Yaqob sad :( Also, Yaqob gives speech.
21:Royal Plane intercepted near Socotra
22:Sahle pisses himself, gets recruited as a mule.
23:Yaqob, Hassan, and company hang out in the War Room. Zenon the Pan-Africanist is first mentioned.
24:Yaqob meets Zenon the Africa Guy. They talk burning Spanish oil. Yaqob finds out family lost in plane crash.
25:Taytu flies to Tanganyika and arrested for being herself.
27:Azima wakes up on Socotra, makes sure the reader knows her son's name.
28:Leyla leads survivors of Suez in Egyptian raid. Gets derailed by sodomy.
29:The Addis Ababa Post. The Senate closes its doors. Yaqob sad =(
30:Azima has dinner on Socotra. The Elder shows her paintings and pontificates.
31:(GOOGER POST) Battle of Djibouti Night 1.
32:Post with Aaron. Azima carpools with Chinese and leaves Socotra.
33:Sahle dreams of horses. He doesn't like his girlfriends face so he does more drugs
34:The Tanganyika Mozambique post. Taytu is put on trial. She discovers her family is dead, then she discovers they are not dead.
35:Yaqob goes to Church, does work in Addis Ababa, creates a foreign military unit. God talk and the Caesar play.
36:The Battle of Djibouti comes to a close. Shifta details.
37:Sahle plays hawt nekkid chess. Goes on binge with Marc, finds cow, gets laid, wrecks car.
38:Azima arrives in Beijing, meets Hou.
39:Sisi shows off some miners, pontificates again.
40:Leyla travels through egypt, meets jesus freaks.
41:Hassan visits Harar, meets with Ras Goliad, checks out his guns.
42:Sahle's secret identity as Sahle is revealed. Sevan done.
43:Sahle Flashback 1974. Sahle travels to Russia 1980.
44:Akanni talks to Thabiti in Gondar. Lutalo founds 'Revolution-Town'.
45:Iyasu Flashback in Dire Dawa. Hassan orders Idrissa and Rais, prepares for the Battle of Dire Dawa.
46:Sahle arrives in Astrakhan. Meets Regina and Sorokin. Is totally freaking out.
47:Introduction to Alvar Panzano. Spanish march in the Danakil.
48:Sahle rides toward Volgograd. Discovers the identity of the Tsarina.
49:Taytu hangs out at old man house, nearly gets kidnapped back by her nation.
50:GOOGER POST. The Opening to the Battle of Dire Dawa.
51:Yaqob watches gugs, gets depressed, sees war, talks to people.
52:The Volgograd Post. Sahle plays strip-target practice, meets Russians.
53:Azima reads her mail, has a chat with some Chinese.
54:Shootout at the Valley of the Kings. Leyla wounded again.
55:Alvar experiences Dire Dawa.
56:Buck Scott experiences Dire Dawa. End of the battle.
57:All hail Regina! First of her name. Tsarina of the Russians, and the White Russians, and the Sibirs. Long may she reign.
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China Infosheet

Pertinent links

Original 2011 App
First post
Wiki Page


The Government and the Ministries

Hou Sai Tang - Chairman of the New People's China Party and Grand Secretary of the State - RPGuild era introduction | Wiki Page

Zhang Auyi - Minister of Agriculture and People's Affairs, Candidate for Grand Secretary - RPGuild era introduction | Wiki Page

Mang Xhu - Minister of Industry and Infrastructure - Introduction | RPGuild Introduction

Xiaogang Wen - Secretary of the National People's Congress - RPGuild Introduction

Other Government

Nekhii Bathukhan - Congressman from Mongolia. Auyi's political ally. Reads what foreign newspapers are available to him. Has a big family.

Yue Zen - Manages the NPN or National People's News, the state-run news company.


Lou Shai Dek - Commander (Shang Jiang/Da Yuan Shuai) of the New People's Liberation Army, informally recognized commander of the military.

Han Shen - Admiral (Hai Jun Shang Jiang) of the Navy; New People's Liberation Navy

Jan Jang - Commander (Kong Jun Shang Jiang) of the New People's Liberation Airforce

Yan Sing - Chief Officer of the Intelligence Bureau

Handoi Hu - Commander of National Security, or civilian and military police.

Other Military

Huei Wen - Commander of Manchurian land forces. Field commander of Chinese mission in Siberian-Russian war. Likes drums.

An Angua - Huei Wen's intelligence chief and IB correspondent.

Mann Wu - Huei Wen's right-hand. Glorified secretary. Officially chief of operations. Cantonese.

Quan Yun-Qi - A Chinese commanding officer in Northern Russia. Rode across the Siberian wastes on snowmobiles and buggies and took over a prison. Holds the rank of Shan Hsiao (Colonel).

Tsien Huang - Sergeant under Yun-qi's command. Uses a flamethrower. Minimal sense of danger.

Li Tsung - Private. Drives a tank under the command of Sun Song. Formerly drove a tank in the Mongolian armored divisions then transferred hoping for warmer climate. Got Russia instead.

Sun Song - Juunshi (or Sergeant). Commands a tank and two others. Under the 1st Liaoniang Cavalry division.

Wi Hui - Sun Song's turret loader/gunner

Tse Lin - Sun Song's other turret loader/gunner. A chick. Reads mystery comic books. Sometimes makes and wins bets.

Dezhi Cao - Commands the Chake Bay training regiment on the island of Pemba, Ethiopia. A pussy.

Sen Zhou - Dezhi Cao's lieutenant. A chick. Makes up for her commander's lack of balls. Zhoong xiao - Lieutenant Colonel

Shaoqiang Jun - Intelligence Bureau agent working in Russian Republic. Shooty-stabby person. Insensitive to pain.

Ulanhu - Not well combat experienced IB agent. Partner to Jun. Would rather translate radio codes and examine intelligence files. Got separated from Jun when he got sent on a mission of his own by the Russian they're supposed to be diplomatically courting.

Civilian Characters

Mei Tsu Mei - "Chinese Graffiti" Arc. Hong Kong teenager. She's into "western" fashions. Parents are mid-level administrators in Hong Kong and so privileged. Does LSD.

Pui Tui - "Chinese Graffiti" Arc. Hong Kong teenager and gear head. Managed to steal a Tei Gui engine and rigged it to his truck. Participates in the illegal racing scene. Not particularly bright.

Yan Cong - "Chinese Graffiti" Arc. Hong Kong teen and Tui's brain. Scrawny kid with poor build. Ends up getting pulled around by Tui on his misadventures, and about by everyone else but Mei.

Jin Feng - "Chinese Graffiti" Arc. Hong Kong teenager. Into "traditional" fashions, as opposed to Mei. Lesbian.

Bao Yu - Auyi's Wife. Painted fan collector.

Auyi Jie - Auyi's son. Three years old.

"The Cashier" - "Chinese Graffiti" Arc [Intro]. Portuge-Chinese resident of Macau. Handles and organizes the money for illegal road races in southern China, focused around the hills of Shenzhen. Criminal element.

Shanxi Wu - Zhang Auyi's campaign manager/adviser. Worked with him when he was running for governor. Small, impish. Where's over-sized glasses.

Foreign Characters

Nikolov Nitski - Russian statesman. Premier of the Siberian Republic.

Father Dymtro Radek - Former Orthodox priest. Communist Revolutionary. Runs the Commune region of Saint Petersburg and Novosibirsk as well as Estonia.

Afanasi - Siberian general. "Woodsy" appearance.

General Makulov - The "Ghost General". A former Imperial general he defected to the Communist cause during Radek's insurrection. His unit has since take heavy hits and retreated to the south-eastern foothills of the Ural mountains.

Vasiliy - One of Makulov's agents. Working with Ullanhu to kidnap Russian Republican president. Skinny. Poor at Chinese.

Divisions of the Chinese Army

Manchurian Liberation Army

Commander: Huei Wen
Airforce Commander: Shao Yue
Admiral: Bo Huashi
Strength: 583,000

Status: Half of Land and air units deployed to Russia.

1st Heilongjiang Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
2nd Heilongjiang Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
3rd Heilongjiang Light Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
4th Heilongjiang Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
5th Heilongjiang Light Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
6th Heilongjiang Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
7th Heilongjiang Light Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
8th Heilongjiang Mechanized Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
9th Heilongjiang Mechanized Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
10th Heilongjiang Mechanized Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
11th Heilongjiang Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
12th Heilongjiang Mechanized Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
13th Heilongjiang Light Infantry Regiment (~10,000)

1st Jilin Light Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
2nd Jilin Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
3rd Jilin Heavy Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
4th Jilin Heavy Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
5th Jilin Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
6th Jilin Light Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
7th Jilin Light Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
8th Jilin Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
9th Jilin Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
10th Jilin Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
11th Jilin Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)
13th Jilin Medium Infantry Regiment (~10,000)

1st Heilongjiang Artillery - 400 R14/190cm Rocket Launcher
1st Heilongjiang Cavalry - x40 Tei Gui80 (TG80) x90 Tei Gui
2nd Heilongjiang Cavalry - x130 Tei Gui
1st Heilongjiang Engineers - 1,500 Combat Engineers

1st Jilin Cavalry - x130 Tei Gui
2nd Jilin Cavalry - x95 TG80, x35 Tei Gui
1st Jilin Combat Engineers - 1,500 Engineers
2nd Jilin Combat Engineers - 1,500 Engineers

1st Liaoning Cavalry - 130 Tei Gui
1st Liaoning Artillery - 400 R14/190cm Rocket Launcher
2nd Liaoning Artillery - 200 M2 200mm howitzer
1st Liaoning Engineers - 1,500 Combat Engineers


Liaoning Aircommand

1st Shenyeng air group
2nd Shenyeng helicopter group
3rd Dalain helicopter group
4th Dalain air group
5th Dalain air group
6th Chaoyang airgroup
7th Fuxin helicopter group
8th Bomber group

Yellow Sea Fleet


x1 - Dapangzi Carrier
x1 - Shandong Battleship
x18 - Beijing Destroyer
x200 - Sea Dragon cruisers
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History of Hungary
Hungary didn't want to be in the Great War, but since they were part of the Austrian - Hungarian Empire they didn't have a choice. They joined the Central Power when the war began, fighting off Serbia and Romania for gaining land within Hungary. Realizing that this war was getting too costly, they protested about the war at the Hofburg Palace with pitchforks, Charles I through that they were going to kill him. So, Charles told the guards to open fire on the protesters and they went outside and fired at the protesters. Twenty people died due to the Charles' choice and it is called, The Hofburg Massassce. After hearing the news, Hungarians rebelled against Austria and fought the military until 1922. Charles I officially surrendered to the Allies after protesters were at his gate and fired at the palace. After the war, Hungary lost its only sea port at Fiume and the industrial base from its sources of raw materials in The Treaty of Versailles. It caused Hungary's economy to collapse, but some people have hope. A few months later, a revolt happened for which party would be the main one. Protesters choice sides and fought each other until one stool over anyone else. The remaining parties were The Hungarian Socialist Party and The Hungary Parliamentary, calmed the people and held a vote for which is the party that Hungary was going to be. And In 1929, The Parliamentary Party won by sixty-four percent, while Socialist Party lost by forty-six percent, the people were happy with the votes either know some say that the votes were rigged. The President and Prime Minister were voted a year later, Don Csonka and Alfréd Bakó won by sixty-two percent and entered office. President Don Csonka's first task was to restore the economy, industrialized the nation once more, and help the people out. He is called 'The Greatest President in Hungarian History' for a reason: he pulled the country out of bankruptcy, he gave women rights in 1931, improved factories and farms, child labor was banned, and improvements in the army and air forces were made. During his second term: he increased the value of Hungary's imports, he formed all ten national parks, ten landscape protection areas, and fifty minor nature reserves within four years, he restored eight of the landmarks within Hungary, and improved relations with other countries (most countries on the Allies' side). The people were upset when his terms were up, but he later when to service as Prime Minister and was on the National Assembly until he retired in 1970 at the age of 75. When Hungarian was planning to invade Ukraine in '76, they send fake files about Ukraine attacking Poland to trick them. It did work as their relation decreased and Hungary attacked the Ukraine in July. The Hungary army was divided into two main branches, a northern one heading for Lviv and later Kyiv and a southern one aiming for Odessa and Crimea. The southern forces did not get very far due to logistical problems, but the northern branch managed to advance very deep into the Ukrainian territory and captured Lviv, forcing the Polish to act quickly. In a series of aerial and artillery strikes the Hungarian forces near advancing to Lviv were decimated and forced to retreat. Then The Bloodly Nights happened and that ended the war on Poland and Ukraine, on April, 13, 1970. After the war, Don Csonka was ashamed for the country's army and ability to fail at capture Ukraine (which they joined Poland). His dying words were that he was ashamed to be Hungarian and died due to natural causes. The President felt ashamed of Don's last words and dropped out of officer in April, 25 and the Prime Minster became President. Adél Bak was the granddaughter of Don Csonka and many believed that she could become like Don, but she has doubts. A few days later, Hungarians celebrate fifty years since Don Csonka entered officer and Adél gave a speech on that day. Now, the country waits from her first move.
Political Character
Adél Bak | Prime Minister of Hungary | Active President of Hungary | Woman | Thirty-Six | Alive | Became President after Ábrányi resigned | Balogh Félix | Member of the National Assembly | Active Prime Minister of Hungary | Male | Thirty-Nine | Alive | Left the National Assembly | Don Csonka | President of Hungary | Prime Minister of Hungary | Retired | Male | Fifty-Five | Dead | Died due to natural causes | Alfréd Bakó | Prime Minister of Hungary | Retired | Male | Fifty-Nine | Alive | Dying from an unknown illness | Ábrányi Sebestyén | President of Hungary | Resigned | Male | Thirty-Three | Unknown | Rumored to be alive |
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Magyar Honvédség
Magyar Légierő
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The Kingdom of Italy RELEVANT LINKS http://www.roleplayerguild.com/topics/59091/posts/ooc#post-1986163 CHARACTERS His Majesty, King Florenstano Savoi I of Italy - Older, large man. Bald, rules with a cautious and soft rule. Probably has Cancer. Probably. Her Majesty, Queen Isabella Alliata Savoi of Italy - Wife of Florenstano, Italian/Spanish heritage. Young, easy to anger. Probably doesn't have cancer. ----- Yo Kein - Chinese Immigrant who owns a Chinese restaurant in Naples. Felice Tiberio - Kein's Italian assistant, dislikes racism, likes Chinese food. Nazario Cardosi - Part time Womanizer from Syracuse. ----- Illardi Cardosi - Nazario's cousin, the RMA Giuseppe Garibaldi's Chief Radio Officer Adamo Cardosi - Illardi's brother, the RMA Giuseppe Garibaldi's secondary chef. Maresciallo d'Italia Francis Carlo - Marshal of Italy, commander of the Regio Esercito Grande' Ammiraglio Tito Fabro - Grand Admiral of the Regia Marina Maresciallo dell'Aria Aristarco Palazzo - Marshal of the Regia Aeronautica MILITARY Regio Esercito (SUBJECT TO MAJOR CHANGE) 1st SAVOY ARMY COMMAND: CO: Gen. G.Rotunda Army Reserves: - 4 A.A. Regt. (mot.) - 1 Cav Bde”Celere di Armata” -- 1 Bersaglieri Regt. (bicycle) -- 13 Cav.Regt.”Cavalleggeri di Monferrato” - 7 Inf.Div. - 16 Inf.Div. - 22 Inf.Div. - 5 Alpine Div. II (02) Corps: CO: Gen. F.Bettini - 2 Army-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 10 Army-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 2 Corps-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 8 Corps-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 6, 102, 109, 114 M.G.Btls. - 3, 4 Border-Guard Sectors - 2 Alp.Bde. - 4 Mtn.Inf.Div. - 33 Mtn.Inf.Div. - 36 Mtn.Inf.Div. - 4 Alpine Div. III (03) Corps: CO: Gen. M.Arisio - 7 Army-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 3 Corps-Art.Regt. (mot.) -- 16 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 3, 103, 112 M.G.Btls. - 2 Border-Guard Sector - 1 Alp.Bde. - 3 Inf.Div. - 6 Inf.Div. XV (15) Corps: CO: Gen. G.Gambara - 4 Army-Art.Regt,(mot.) - 8 Army-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 15 Corps-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 11 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 24 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 15, 108, 111 M.G.Btls. - 1, 5 Border-Guard Sectors - 5 Inf.Div. - 37 Inf.Div. - 44 Inf.Div. 2ND SAVOY ARMY COMMAND: CO: Gen. A.Capaldi Army Reserves: - 1 A.A. Regt. (mot.) - 4 Cav Bde”Celere di Armata” -- 4 Bersaglieri Regt. (bicycle) -- 1 Cav.Regt.”Nizza Cavalleria” -- 1 Arm.Regt. - 11 Inf.Div. - 58 Inf.Div. - 2 Alpine Div. I (01) Corps: CO: Gen. C.Vecchiarelli - 1 Army-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 9 Army-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 1 Corps-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 19 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 23 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 1, 101, 113 M.G.Btls. - 8, 9 Border-Guard Sectors - 3 Valle Alp.Regt. - 1 Mtn.Inf.Div. - 24 Inf.Div. - 59 Mtn.Inf.Div. IV (04) Corps: CO: Gen. C.Mercalli - 6 Army-Art.Regt. - 4 Corps-Art.Regt. - 8 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 4, 104 M.G.Btls. - 7 Border-Guard Sector - 2 Mtn.Inf.Div. - 26 Mtn.Inf.Div. Alpine Corps: CO: Gen. L.Negri - 12 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 103, 110 M.G.Btls. - 10 Border-Guard Sector - Alp.Bde.”Levanna” - 1 Alpine Div. 1st BALKAN ARMY COMMAND: CO: Gen. V.Ambrosio Army Reserves: - 3 Army-Art.Regt. - 2 Cav.Regt.”Piemonte Reale” - 4 Cav.Regt.”Genova Cavalleria” - 19 Cav.Regt.”Cavalleggeri Guide” - Alp.Bde.”Alto Isonzo” -- 1 Valle Alp.Regt. -- 2 Valle Alp.Regt. - 2 Bersaglieri Regt. (bicycle) V (05) Corps: CO: Gen. R.Balocco - 5 Corps-Art.Regt. - 10 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 25, 26, 27 Border-Guard Sectors - 12 Inf.Div. - 15 Inf.Div. - 57 Inf.Div. XI (11) Corps: CO: Gen. M.Roux - 11 Corps-Art.Regt. (mot.) - 9 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 17 Border-Guard Art.Regt. - 21, 22, 23 Border-Guard Sectors - 13 Inf.Div. - 14 Inf.Div. 2ND BALKAN ARMY COMMAND: CO: Gen. M.Vercellino Army Reserves: - 5 A.A.Regt. (mot.) - 3 Arm.Regt. - 4 Arm.Regt. - 6 Bersaglieri Regt. (bicycle) Celere Corps: CO: Gen. G.Messe - 1 Celere Div.”Eugenio di Savoia” - 2 Celere Div.”Emanuele Filiberto Testa di Ferro” - 3 Celere Div.”Principe Amedeo duca d’Aosta” Aurotransportable Corps: CO: Gen. F.Zingales - 9 Auto.Div. - 10 Auto.Div. - 52 Auto.Div. Armored Corps: CO: Gen. F.Dall’Ora - 132 Arm.Div. - 133 Arm.Div. - 101 Mot.Div. - 102 Mot.Div. 3rd BALKAN ARMY COMMAND: CO: HRH Adalberto di Savoia, duca di Bergamo VI (06) Corps: CO: Gen. E.Rosi - 6 Corps-Art.Regt. - 18 Inf.Div. - 49 Inf.Div. - 56 Inf.Div. XIV (14) Corps: CO: Gen. G.Vecchi - 16 Border-Guard Sector - 32 Inf.Div. - 38 Inf.Div. NAPLES ARMY COMMAND: co: Gen. D.Primiano XII (12) Corps: CO: Gen. A.Rossi - 12 Corps-Art.Regt. - 28 Inf.Div. - 54 Inf.Div. XIII (13) Corps: CO: Gen.A.DePignier - Art.Regt.”Sardegna” - 30 Inf.Div. - 31 Inf.Div. Regia Marina(to be done) Regia Aeronautica(to be done) POST CATALOGUE
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The Kingdom of Romania
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Characters: King Vlad I of the Romanians- Queen Nadia of the Romanians- Prince Ferdinand- Princess Mirela- Adriana- Marian Mircea- Dan Pauker- Yousef Gorie- Stats(?): Post list: The prince has a birthday party. Things happen. Prince and king have a disagreement. A ring appears!
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United States of America



Russell Reed - Vice President of the United States
Lilian Mather - Secretary of State
Clay Foulke - Speaker of the House of Representatives
Special Agent Jessica Hyatt - Federal Crime Bureau
Admiral Phillip Dalton – Secretary of Defense
Hank Kelly - Analyst, Clandestine Intelligence Agency
Patrick Connelly - Agent, Clandestine Intelligence Agency
Jeff Brewer – White House Chief of Staff
Liza Weld - US State Department
Roderick Marston - US Senator
Special Agent Nathan Parker - Federal Crime Bureau

Political Civilians

James Calhoun - Farmer and civil rights activist - Southern US
Arthur Stewart - College student and Friends of Northwest Sovereignty member - Vancouver
Inspector Mark Echols - Homicide detective - Vancouver
Jim "Sledgehammer" Sledge - Political operative - At-large
Traci Lord - Washington Post political reporter - At-large
Billy Carter - Professional baseball player - Detroit/Ohio
Boyd Rafferty- Assistant District Attorney - Natchez, Mississippi
Lander Gaffney - Writer - At-large
Sam Telford - Musician - Los Angeles/At-large
Tom Clark - Sun City Mayor - Arizona

Criminal Civilians

Elliot Shaw - Private investigator - Boston/California
Johnny Leggario - Gang enforcer - Chicago/Arizona
Bartholomew "Bart" Marston - Sheriff's Deputy - Arizona
Walter "Little Walter" Madison - President, Horde MC - California/Arizona
Jacob Tallchief - Member, Cahuilla Indians - California/Arizona
Barry "Bopppin' Barry" Chambers - Lounge singer - Arizona/California
Michael "Mink" Kane - Irish Gangster - Boston


Captain Andrew Lopez – Commander, USS Ranger
Master Sergeant Silas Crystal – US Army Special Forces (Green Beret)
Marine Colonel Wallace Lee Callsign "Linebacker" - CAG, USS Ranger


Michael Norman - President of the United States
Isiah Wolde "The Ethiopian" - Civil Rights leader
Alex - Leader, Friends of Northwest Sovereignty
Wilbur Helms - Nine-term senator from South Carolina
Liam Kane - Boston city councilman
Robert "Bobby C." Colosimo - Head of the Chicago Outfit
Benny D'Amico - Operator of the Desert Rose Hotel & Casino
Johann "Prussian Joe" Wittenberg - Bank robber/criminal mastermind

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1. Inauguration Day
2. Blame Canada
3. The Stiff in Surrey
4. Literacy
5. Détente
6. The Dam
7. A Change is Gonna Come
8. State of the Union
9. Ranger
10. Northern Exposure
11. Operation Cruiser
12. Rat-Fucking
13. Sledgehammer
14. Coal Miner's Son
15. Resolute
16. Appropriations
17. Stealing Home
18. Hungry Heart
19. A Father's Love
20. Spooks
21. Asphalt Jungle
22. All the Way
23. The Score
24. Purgatory
25. The Scottish Play
26. Penalty Box
27. Harbor Lights
28. Strange Fruit
29. Sub Rosa
30. Bedlam
31. Hooray for Hollywood
32. The Music Man
33. Bone Patrol
34. Strange Bedfellows
35. Corridors of Power
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República Federativa do Brasil (The Federative Republic of Brazil) Map of Brazil and the Surrounding Continent:
History of Brazil: Brazil, for a long time prior to 1914, had been long rocked by civil wars and rebellions, rapidly switching governments. However, in 1921, a military coup finally solidified Brazil's government. Under more organized control at last, the people were more oppressed, however, their economy also boomed, based off of a large agricultural and lumber industry, which eventually boosted them into more advanced markets such as manufacturing. This sudden rise in power inflated the military council's bureaucracy. As time went on, the military gradually lost control to a group of corporations designated to run the state businesses, but were actually more independent. In 1925, the military council fought the corporations and their liberal revolt, and the corporations won. They intended to establish complete plutocratic control over the government. However, due to massive public outcry, the corporations separated and a civilian democratic government was formed. Capitalism- and democracy- boomed. Long a trading partner of the US, the Brazilian economy reeled from the major stock market crash of 1929. As a result, it turned its exports to more neighboring countries such as Argentina and Chile, gradually strengthening its relations among its Latin American peers. During this time, the government had accumulated massive debt to its own people as well as foreign sources of capital, and when another military coup was attempted and the new government tried to default on its debt, there was a massive backlash which returned the government to civilian control. Into the 1930s, with the growth of the economy and the middle class, corporate power grew, making sure that they would not be easily regulated, and forming trust-like monopolies in some cases. The following decades were mostly peaceful, as Brazil along with most of the South American countries became more isolated from the rest of the world and their conflicts. Brazil's strengthening of ties with other South American countries lead it to establish Spanish as a second official language. Seeing the rise of communism, the major corporations tried to exert more control over the civilian government. Massive protests erupted over corruption and corporate control, and the corporations backed down. The civilian government gained further control and split many of the monopoly-like corporations as a result of its new-found power. In 1970, there was a major rebellion by those who opposed the closer ties with the rest of Latin America, and that rebellion was eventually stamped out, although there was some significant damage. During this time, however, Brazil paid off many of the debts it had incurred in the earlier part of the century, placing it back on strong economic footing. Under Sofia Veracruz's presidency from 1968 to 1976, the influence of corporations and economic magnates over the civilian government was finally eradicated. Brazil adopted a much more left-wing economic model, using the profits from the economic growth achieved in the earlier part of the century to invest further without the need for loans. Adriano Claro's presidency further progressed this policy, placing many core industries under government control. Brazil's military forces were rapidly inflated in response to the massive growth of the Communist bloc, with weapons and equipment purchased mostly from Poland and a resurgent Britain. Scientific research has also benefited as a result, with investment in rocket technology beginning. Deforestation of the Amazon rainforest is definitely a problem, even though it hasn't yet been seriously considered. Brazil's economy is still rapidly increasing in size and is promoted by developmental policies exerted by the current government, and the population has boomed as well in response. Brazil participated in limited diplomatic efforts during the late 1970s, fostering ties with the rising Eurasian powers of Ethiopia, Armenia, and the Slavic Union. In particular, trade ties with the Slavic Union have allowed Brazil to modernize its military to some extent to be able to deal with rising threats in both the East and West. Brazil feels a substantial kinship with Ethiopia and Armenia, and as such is committed to helping them and ensuring a positive relationship. Characters: President, 1976-1980: Adriano Claro Vice President, Former Leader of the Liberal Party, 1976-1980: Jonathan Feliz Senior General do Exercito of the Brazilian Army: Antonio Buendia Leader of the Liberal Party: Senator Catarina Bela Minister of Agriculture: Armando Monteiro Minister of Defense: Casimiro Silva Minister of Development and Trade: Estevao Madeira Minister of Education: Calista Torres Minister of Finance: Eduardo Victore Minister of Foreign Relations: Adelina Moreno Minister of Justice: Benjamim Franco Minister of Science: Joao Esteves Minister of Labor: Marcelo Neri Head Diplomat of the American Embassy: Luis Geraldo
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Indian Federation
”Prosperity Through Change”
Official Language(s): English, Hindi Official Religion: None stated Capital City: New Delhi Most Populous City: Mumbai (Bombay) Total Population: ~800 million Total Land Area: 1.63 million sq miles (4.23 million km2) Natural Resources: Forests, Fish, Rock Salt, Silver, Gold, Coal, Oil, Natural Gas, Hydropower (potential), Geothermal (potential), Uranium (undiscovered)
Shresthasim Gahdavi: The Federation’s first head of state, elected by parliament in January 1978. Prime Minister serves for life, unless impeached. He is an ambitious leader, working to bring India into prosperity. He often gets in over his head. Agnijaya Dalal: Gahdavi’s most senior General and leader of his armies. He was a leader in the UFI before the Armistice of 1977. He is a passionate general, but makes rash decisions. Currently overseeing the end of the Punarjanam rebellion in the south and bringing the last of the city states into the fold. Liam Banister: Gahdavi’s highest-ranking (and only) admiral and commander of his fleet. Was a captain for the Commonwealth before its collapse in the 1950s. He is now in command of the remnants of the British Indian fleet. Currently on leave while the fleet is in port. Lives in Bombay. Christina Banister: Three years old, daughter of Liam Banister. Lives in Bombay. Joseph: Nine or ten years old. Works as the foreman's aide on the construction site of the Calcutta-Daya railroad line. John: Seventeen years old, clears underbrush for the Calcutta-Daya line. Is the older brother and guardian of Joseph. LCpl Aston Singh: Half-Indian marksman, reassigned to New Delhi on order of General Dalal.
Indian Federal Military
Commander-in-Chief: PM Shresthasim Gahdavi Marshall of the Army: Agnijaya Dalal Admiral of the Fleet: Liam Banister Current Military Stance: Putting down resistance movements in Pakistan and south India. Light patrols on all borders. Fleet is ported. Overall defensive. Total Active Military: 750,000 Total Reserves: 600,000 1st Army (North India) ~200,000
1st Brigade (Delhi) ~5,000 1st Corps (Nepalese Border) ~50,000
1st Division (Utter Pradesh) ~30,000 2nd Division (Bihar) ~20,000
2nd Corps (Chinese Border) ~60,000
3rd Division (Uttarakhand) ~15,000 4th Division (Himachal Pradesh) ~20,000 5th Division (Kashmir) ~ 25,000
3rd Corps (Pakistani Border) ~45,000
6th Division (Punjab and Haryana) ~10,000 7th Division (Rajasthan) ~15,000 8th Division (Gujarat) ~20,000
4th Corps (Interior) ~40,000
9th Division (Madhya Pradesh) ~20,000 10th Division (Chhattisgarh) ~20,000
2nd Army (South India and Sri Lanka) ~200,000
2nd Battalion (Sri Lanka) ~5,000 5th Corps (West Coast) ~70,000
11th Division (Maharashtra) ~35,000 12th Division (Karnataka) ~35,000
6th Corps (East Coast) ~65,000
13th Division (Odisha) ~35,000 14th Division (Telangana) ~30,000
7th Corps (Southern Tip) ~60,000
15th Division (Andhra Pradesh) ~30,000 16th Division (Tamil Nadu) ~30,000
3rd Army (East India and Bangladesh) ~150,000
3rd Brigade (Sikkim) ~5,000 4th Brigade (Tripura) ~5,000 8th Corps (Burmese Border) ~70,000
17th Division (Manipur) ~15,000 18th Division (Nagaland) ~15,000 19th Division (Arunachal Pradesh) ~20,000 20th Division (Meghalaya and Assam) ~20,000
9th Corps (Interior) ~70,000
21st Division (Bangladesh) ~30,000 22nd Division (West Bengal) ~25,000 23rd Division (Jharkhand) ~15,000
4th Army (Pakistan) ~200,000
5th Brigade (Islamabad) ~5,000 10th Corps (North Pakistan) ~75,000
24th Division (Gilgit-Balistan) ~25,000 25th Division (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) ~25,000 26th Division (Former Tribal Areas) ~35,000
11th Corps (South Pakistan) ~50,000
27th Division (Punjab) ~25,000 28th Division (Sindh) ~25,000
12th Corps (Balochistan) ~70,000
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Japanese History


Royal Family
- Emperor Akihito: Current ruler of the Japanese Empire. [Introduction]

- Yoshihiro Ota: The Emperor's right hand man. [Introduction]
- Isao Watanabe: Cabinet member, secretly associated with the People's Revolution group. [Introduction]



Air Force

- Katashi Minobe: Middle aged officer assigned to Papua. [Introduction]
- Hideki Sugita: Middle aged officer with leg injury assigned to Papua, Katashi's friend. [Introduction]


- Kenzou Hayato: Yakuza member with government ties. [Introduction]

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Luis Sepulveda.

Coming out of the 1891 Civil War Chile had established a system closely resembling that of a parliamentary democracy, but with a weakened President. The years preceding the Great War would be spent in a naval arms race with Argentina and eventually Brazil that ended at the onset of the War due to the reality that most manufacturers of vessels were focused on their own fleets.

Neutral in WW1 Chile decided to take position as economic support, however in practice the large German minority in Chile influenced things to the point that almost all business was done with Germany and the Central Powers. By the end of the Great War Chile had benefited from its exports, particularly the abundant Nitrate deposits that had been vital for decades. While the end of the war brought about a period of depression profits kept in reserve helped keep the nation afloat in the crisis, though only the elite were able to weather it without worry. Indeed in 1926 while the elite who largely controlled the parliament gorged themselves on the nations wealth even in rough times an increasingly powerful working class founded a Marxist party that to the surprise of many gained massive popularity among young officers in the military. Seeing the older military command having been bribed into submission much of the enlisted followed suit. With the new Marxist party gaining rapid support across the nation and in the military the Chilean parliament was panicked. Fearful of violent revolution, which many were convinced was going to happen, parliament attempted to bribe Marxist politicians and even the candidate many favoured for president. In 1928 with these bribed Marxists now in both the parliament and the presidency the old elite felt assured that under false representation the public would be content.

That decision would prove disastrous. With supposedly docile Marxists in their ranks the old elite continued their normal behaviour for another two years before enough information was gained to signal a coup. Led by the president that was thought to be a puppet by parliament the coup was rapid and effective, dismantling the old parliament and military command in three days. As a result President Jose Baer set up the first truly Socialist Chilean government in 1930. A new constitution followed and a sort of Socialist Republic was born after a process in which opinions were gained from most prominent individuals to determine how the nation should be run. Following elections held immediately after Jose Baer retained the presidency with little contest.

Sweeping reforms would follow through the 1930’s and 40’s that focused on building infrastructure and improving education, the economy, and working conditions. In this time many candidates would run against the Socialist candidates and gain significant representation. This balance was generally approved of and kept private interest alive in Chile, though usually under strict government supervision. Ties were strengthened with neighbouring South American nations regardless of political affiliation but rather on the basis of continental solidarity and exports continued much as they did before the coup, with both local and distant international partners keeping the Chilean economy strong and versatile with and the government alongside private industry trading abroad.

With a reliably strong economy Chile continued to develop in much the same way with huge investments in infrastructure and other amenities gradually changing many impoverished areas for the better. This state of affairs proved stabilizing and where many other states would see unrest, Chile would remain secure. However this emphasis on the public would only continue until the 1970’s. Seeing a strong destabilization of global affairs in the decade along with instability in nearby Brazil which despite historical political differences had remained an ally a public shift led to the election of Luis Sepulveda in 1973. Leading a campaign based on increased national security Sepulveda brought about a revival of the military purchasing equipment from various international sources and starting numerous programs to expand industrial centers for the arms industry. In the period Sepulveda brought about little in the form of political change but did place a strong emphasis on South American unity, reinforcing ties with the SAC and looking to local industry before going elsewhere in almost every case. Re-elected in 1979 Sepulveda presides over a strong Chilean economy with a rejuvenated military, however not all are pleased with his methods and for the first time in decades there are stirrings of instability with many groups stating the expansion of the military risks the degradation of Chilean society.


The Chilean military has historically taken second place to domestic spending however in recent times has experienced sweeping reforms and rearmament. Focusing on with the navy Chile has sought to command its sector of the Pacific and has refurbished Easter Island with a substantial offshore naval base. In addition efforts have been made to reequip the air force with a variety of high endurance bomber and fighter aircraft to protect the Chilean coast. Comparatively army expenditures have been less, but the upgrades have still been significant. Working to have all soldiers well trained has been the highest priority and new equipment has been gradually coming in to replace an aging base of arms.


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La Segunda Republica Española - The Second Spanish Republic

Personajes - Characters

Heads of State

Miguel Lorenzo Saavedra Tejero - First Prime Minister of the Second Republic. Served from the abdication of Juan III in 1956 to 1972. Was re-elected in 1976, only to be killed a few months after the election in 1976 in a false-flag attack on the Spanish capitol orchestrated by Alfonso Sotelo at the age of 63. Firm proponent of laissez-faire economics and sought to prevent the spread of Chinese socialism.

Manuel Mola - Second Prime Minister of the Second Republic. Served from 1972 to 1976. Opted for a more relaxed foreign policy following the Finnish Intervention. Became unpopular for allowing Italy to secede from Spanish governance under Aurelio Batista.

Alfonso Grijalba Sotelo - Third Prime Minister of the Second Republic. Current Prime Minister as of 1976. Ran against Miguel Tejero in the 1976 elections and lost. Orchestrated a false flag attack using mercenaries posing as communist revolutionaries to seize power of the Republic during emergency elections. A frequent drinker and has become addicted to cocaine, which has exacerbated his malign tendencies.

Juan III - Last King of the Spanish Bourbon Dynasty. Largely responsible for building a highly functional Spanish military, particularly in creating a blue water navy to surpass Britain, which he used to retake Gibraltar. In 1955, he attempted to build an African empire at Belgium's expense, leading to the disastrous Battle of Coquihatville. Public resentment fueled a growing abdication movement that forced his abdication.

Alfonso XIII - Penultimate King of the Spanish Bourbon Dynasty. Head of the Kingdom of Spain during the Divergence from our universe into the Precipice of War universe. Died in 1933, leaving his Juan III to reign until his abdication.

Aurelio Batista - Former governor of Spanish Italy. Used a combination of Spanish military forces and native Italian elements to liberate southern Italy from an Ottoman occupation. Broke away from Spain under Manuel Mola and proclaimed himself Generalissimo of Italy. Alfonso Sotelo later incited a revolt by Italian rebels in order to punish Batista and bring Italy into the Iberian League. Escaped the Battle of Milan and is presumed to be hiding near the Caspian Sea.


Marcos del Piñon - Negotiated the transfer of French Algeria to Spanish control. Current minister of Foreign Affairs.

Bernal Calderon - Ambassador to Prussia.

Rogelio Martin - Ambassador to the Pan-African Empire.

Arturo Iniego - Assistant to Ambassador Martin at the Addis Ababa embassy.

Andres Quevado - Minister of Health. Ultimately responsible for the Quarantine Hospital at Arratzu, which has become an interrogation and processing facility for political dissidents.

Diego Velazquez - Minister of War and High Commander of the Spanish armed forces.

Anti-Establishment, Dissidents

Julio Zuraban - Former Spanish Senator. Disagreed with confronting socialist nations, advocated allowing socialist nations to fail on their own. Eventually found disagreeable by Alfonso Sotelo, from which he escaped Spain.

Joaquin - Former policeman from Madrid. Escaped Spanish custody with Julio Zuraban and several other political prisoners when their plane was shot down over the Atlas Mountains.

Graciela Laboa - Daughter of dissident leader Ignacio Laboa. Managed to escape capture by the regime when her father was arrested. Believes she has tracked him down to La Cabeza, a highly fortified facility on the edge of the Sahara desert.

Ignacio Laboa - Organized a dissident movement in Spain known as the Partisans. He, along with most of his affiliates, were identified by informants and captured by law enforcement. Her daughter, Graciela, escaped capture and is attempting to locate him. Presumed to be held at the La Cabeza facility.

Dejene - Ethiopian Walinzi agent, one of many operating in Spanish Algeria. Has embedded with Tuareg mujahideen fighting against the Spanish regime in Spanish Morocco and Algeria. He has helped to provide the Tuareg with the military hardware and expertise needed to put up a fight against the Spanish colonial administration.

The Amghar - The leader of the Tuareg mujahideen operating in the Atlas Mountains. Has hosted Dejene and Graciela to help him and his fighters secure revenge for atrocities that he alleges the Spanish have committed against his people.

The Man in Purple - Described as a bald man with asiatic features. Supposedly organized the capture of a Spanish salvage vessel and presumed to be in possession of the Ark of the Covenant.


Diego Velazquez - High Commander of the Spanish armed forces. Oversees all aspects of Spanish military activity and second in command only to the Prime Minister.

High Admiral Rubiroso - High Admiral and commander of the Spanish Armada.

Ernesto Bodevin - Commander of the Spanish air forces.

Sergio Severino - Head of the Oficina of Inteligencia Militar - Spain's foreign intelligence-gathering apparatus. Responsible for procuring sensitive information from spies and informants abroad as well as interrogations. It is revealed that this interrogation process has been made more efficient thanks to a type of truth serum drug.

Victor Ponferrada - Celebrated Spanish general who fought during the Italian revolution against Generalissimo Batista. Gained notoriety for employing unsavory tactics. Commands the Third Mechanized Infantry Division in Ethiopia.

Santiago Santin - Admiral who survived the sinking of the Vanguardia off the coast of Finland, which he suspects to have been the work of a Chinese submarine. Currently in command of the Mediterranean Fleet which is engaging in operations against Ethiopia.

Luis Morazan - Cabo (equivalent to private rank) in the Third Mechanized Infantry Division. Currently fighting in the Spanish-Ethiopian War.

Hector - Luis Morazan's companion from basic training. Currently fighting in the Spanish-Ethiopian War.

Francisco Ayesta - Commanding officer of Luis Morazan's platoon. Fought during the intervention in the Ivory Coast.

Dr. Juan Guijon - Chief of research at the La Cabeza facility. Charged with overseeing production and storage of Spain's VX arsenal. Currently working on an even more sinister project.

Estructura Militar - Military Organization

Ejercito de Tierra - The Spanish Army

- First Light Infantry Division
  • 8th Infantry Batallion, Girona
  • 13th Infantry Batallion, San Sebastian
  • 21st Infantry Batallion, Badajoz
  • 27th Infantry Batallion, Toledo
  • 30th Airborne Batallion, Toledo
  • 32rd Airborne Batallion, Zaragoza
  • 39th Airborne Batallion, Zaragoza
  • 42nd Airborne Batallion, Guernica
  • 44th Engineer Batallion, Toledo
  • 47th Air Defense Batallion, Ibiza
  • 51st Air Defense Batallion, San Sebastian
  • 64th Cazador Batallion, Huesca

- Second Mechanized Infantry Division
  • 67th Infantry Batallion, Casablanca
  • 69th Infantry Batallion, Ceuta
  • 73rd Infantry Batallion, Algiers
  • 75th Infantry Batallion, Tunis
  • 78th Airborne Batallion, Oran
  • 81st Airborne Batallion, Melilla
  • 88th Armored Batallion, Girona
  • 90th Armored Batallion, San Sebastian
  • 91st Artillery Batallion, San Sebastian
  • 94th Artilllery Batallion, Noudhibou
  • 95th Engineer Batallion, Ceuta
  • 96th Cazador Batallion, Huesca

- Third Mechanized Infantry Division
  • 99th Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 101st Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 104th Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 107th Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 108th Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 110th Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 175th Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 188th Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 192nd Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 195th Infantry Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 123rd Artillery Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 130th Artillery Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 131st Armored Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 133rd Armored Batallion, Ethiopia
  • 135th Engineer Batallion, Port Said

- Fourth Infantry Division
  • 150th Infantry Batallion, Dakar
  • 158th Infantry Batallion, Nouakchott
  • 161st Infantry Batallion, Lagos
  • 164th Infantry Batallion, Port Harcourt
  • 170th Airborne Batallion, Abuja
  • 174th Airborne Batallion, Abidjan
  • 179th Airborne Batallion, Niamey
  • 182nd Airborne Batallion, Murzuq
  • 183rd Engineer Batallion, Lagos
  • 187th Air Defense Batallion, Port Harcourt
  • 191st Artillery Batallion, Port Harcourt

- Fifth Light Infantry Division
  • 193rd Infantry Batallion, Tripoli
  • 196th Infantry Batallion, Tripoli
  • 198th Infantry Batallion, Sfax
  • 203rd Airborne Batallion, Marrakesh
  • 209th Airborne Batallion, Tripoli

- Sixth Support Division
  • 220th Air Defense Batallion, Azores
  • 221st Air Defense Batallion, Cabo Verde
  • 240th Engineer Batallion, Tarifa
  • 241st Engineer Batallion, Port Said
  • 262nd Rocket Batallion, Noudhibou
  • 265th Sapper Batallion, Port Said
  • 276th Sapper Batallion, Toledo

-International Brigade
  • 301st International Batallion, Port Said
  • 302nd International Batallion, Djibouti

Armada - The Spanish Navy

- Mediterranean Fleet
Home anchorage: Valencia
  • 1 Aircraft carrier: La Ira de Dios
  • 13 Destroyers
  • 18 Cruisers
  • 4 Torpedo boats
  • 3 Support vessels

- Atlantic Fleet
Home anchorage: Cadiz
  • 1 Aircraft carrier: Andalusia
  • 10 Destroyers
  • 30 Cruisers
  • 24 Torpedo boats/patrol vessels

-Biscay Fleet
Home anchorage: A Coruña
  • 4 Destroyers
  • 7 Cruisers
  • 5 Torpedo boats

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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland



Fraser Campbell - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Joyce Campbell - Spouse of the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Thomas Moore - Home Secretary
Samuel Hobbs - Downing Street Director of Communications
Dominic Hewitt - Downing Street Press Officer


General Sir Jonathan Markham-Powell - Chief of the Defence Staff
Roger Black - British Intelligence agent known as "Marine B"
Woolgar Donovan - British Army lieutenant - South Africa


Raymond "Big Ray" Newman - Police Constable - London
James Oldfield - Police Constable - London


Alfred "Fred" Lambert - Political Editor of New Jerusalem - London
Sebastian "Seb" Hedland - Political Correspondent of New Jerusalem - London
Conrad Murray - School teacher - Birmingham
Neil Durham - School teacher - Birmingham
Honor Clarke - Academic - Birmingham
Errol Clarke - Jamaican guest worker (retired) - London
Keenan Gayle - British-born Jamaican labourer - London


King William IV
Simone Gayle - Primary School aged child - London
Christopher Walsh - Police Chief Superintendent - London
Paul Winters - Police Officer (CID) - London
Zachariah “Zach” Cherney – Closeted homosexual – Birmingham
Richard "Ricky" Short - Sugar Refinery manager - Liverpool
Edgar Francis - Leader of the National Front - London
Alice Oldfield - James Oldfield's mother - London
Nick Marsh - British Army Corporal - South Africa

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