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Wake Up and fight!

Day 1,998, 10:01 Published in Australia Australia by Marbus

Seriously, do i have to do this all by myself? Am i the only one that is putting any effort in the fights, when it actually counts? Am i the only paying attention when it matters?

Things need to change in eAustralia, if we ever expect to win over our enemies, there must be change. We need make a better effort in our battles, in particular when it matters.

If you want to make a differnce, than go buy the combat stash now, its only $13.50 and you get a bunch of usefull stuff. Don't let this get away from us and fight.

This battle is very important and ill just show how much of a effort i made in the last battle against eChile, in divison two.

 

Comments

Crusadercarl
Crusadercarl Day 1,998, 13:40

Marbus, while I love your enthusiasm, I feel it's my duty as an honourable adversary to inform you of a few things.

Any damage done for eAustralia in an RW is a COMPLETE WASTE.

It sounds harsh so please let me explain. eChile can easily recover any region lost in a RW (Resistance War) by simply declaring eAustralia as their NE (Natural Enemy). RWs are fought without each countries MPP (Mutual Protection Pacts), but once a country officially declares war (by choosing you as it's NE) then the full MPP stacks of each country is activated.

tl;dr: You can't hold these regions, even if you win them.

One RW that isn't so hopeless is the eChile region of Auckland. This is an original eNew Zealand region that eNZ has gifted to eChile to connect their eAus held regions with their original regions in South America.
If you free this region then it's a headache for eChile to attack eNew Zealand due to their shared MPPs. It also means eChile gets no bonuses for the unconnected regions and thus makes defending them almost pointless.

I hope some of this makes sense to you, I have explained it poorly sorry.

Good luck whatever you do and I look forward to seeing you on the battlefield one day o7

Lord TJ
Lord TJ Day 1,999, 05:45

Agreed although one issue you raise that offers mixed emotions. Many eAustralians supported the eNew Zealand cause against eArgentina, after what they did to your country. That was plain wrong bro - plain wrong. Yet, it can't be denied we paid a big price for that. Not only did eChile shaft us after sending eArgentina packing, we lost a major ally. Not that I mean to trivialise the God awful way eArg treated eNZ, it's also fair to say you guys are in CoT and still support eChile. In a roundabout way, eNZ is actively supporting eChile do to us, what eArg did to you. Fair comment.

Crusadercarl
Crusadercarl Day 1,999, 06:33

We weren't treated awfully at all. eArgentina gave us every right and mercy an enemy is entitled too. None.
These are the terms we ourselves offer to our own enemies.

In regard to helping eChiles oppression of eAus, I have to say, I personally don't agree with it and have said so many times. However I do have to admit that it advantageous to eNZ to support this policy.

If it wasn't you, I might be us. It's brutal business being a small country bro. Freedom isn't free, but why pay the price yourself when u have eAussie:P

Lord TJ
Lord TJ Day 1,999, 07:10

Brother in your defence you're quite gracious. If we were debating Sun Tzu it would even be laudable. I guess I'm built differently. I don't quit even when the chips are down, I head off, I reassess, but I never surrender to the ongoing struggle. We can respect our enemy, sure, but never should we admire them or like them. We lose a part of our identity when we do. You're one of the most legit blokes I know, Carl. You represent the whanaunga between our two small island nations.

Xavier Griffith
Xavier Griffith Day 1,999, 19:48

With the info I have, lets see how long Chile's graciousness lasts shall we...lol

Lord TJ
Lord TJ Day 2,000, 03:20

Towards whom XG? Think they're plotting against eNZ?

BOUD1CCA
BOUD1CCA Day 1,998, 23:38

Sensible & useful advice.
How come no Australian player was suggesting that?

I hate to say it but it seems like many Australian players have given up. But they just cannot seem to understand why newer players get fed up & leave

Lord TJ
Lord TJ Day 1,999, 05:41

On that particular point I agree. Unfortunately there are factions of players who are clinging to the traditional thoughts that have landed us in wipe and poverty, yet astoundingly they still believe that's what's best. The only way to change is by recruiting and overpowering these elements to take back the Aussie way of life.

Crusadercarl
Crusadercarl Day 1,999, 06:43

Geography, population & resources have dictated eAustralias situation since eTime began. Nothing anyone has done or not done could have altered the course without a major shift in one or all three of those things.
It took me a long time to realise that. Almost 4 years.

Lord TJ
Lord TJ Day 1,999, 07:05

The right allies and providing the right atmosphere for our big guns to produce address two of those issues. At present, we don't have that. If we don't want to be successful, we never will be.

Crusadercarl
Crusadercarl Day 1,999, 12:43

I don't believe that allies could have made a difference really. Allies win battles but only population can hold regions. I think your geography nullifies your allies, history has proven this again & again. And the only atmosphere that would be right enough for your big guns to win & hold regions would a lotto win bro.

Xavier Griffith
Xavier Griffith Day 1,999, 19:50

Of coures you include yourself in those factions Mick. I know what you did : ) That aside, CC is correct. Our geographical location and our resources are what has always caused most of our issues, and always will unless our own nations polulation grows enough to change that. With the fact the game is so shit, that isn't likely any time soon.

Lord TJ
Lord TJ Day 2,000, 03:22

If you're still carrying on like a twit about the ACP nonsense I think the actions of others vindicated me in that XG, but as always don't let the facts get in the way of a good story. I'm not part of the political process in this government and feel free to check that out with irule, Molly or really anyone in Cabinet. I advise the Prime Minister, that is all. Shame you're so bitter mate but I can't help that.

Xavier Griffith
Xavier Griffith Day 2,000, 03:31

Actually Mick, no I wasn't talking about the ACP issue. That was what ever it was. It's not my party I don't care. And yes, you are part of the political process, and yes I have checked various sources and know what is gong on regarding the "factions" and what they represent Mick. Or did you mean you were not part of the political process like when you said the same thing about when you helped line Australia up to be slapped with CoT by organising for us to give up all our MPPs to suck up to Chile? People talk Mick, I hear most things from lots of sources : )

Lord TJ
Lord TJ Day 2,000, 03:37

Sounds like you've been watching conspiracy TV shows champ. You're also a bit crazy talking about "factions". What are these so-called "factions"? If this has anything to do with the Cabinet meeting yesterday, perhaps you should talk to irule about what was actually discussed and by whom. If you did go on actual evidence of words you'll notice that while I'm not happy about the NaN weaknesses in strength (which is a matter of fact, not opinion) there was a palpable voice about ditching NaN to ACT and getting sucked into TWO's sales pitch. The record will show I was against that, so if you want to accuse me of something, do yourself a favour and do so on the facts before you listen to too many oldfags who are blinded by personality deficits. Cheers and hope you're well.

 
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