Nemesis: One Year Later
On December 2nd, 2010, the alliance that we knew as Nemesis finally came to an end. As the Triumvir who proposed and executed the disbandment, a lot of that pressure, that sense of failure, that sense of disappointment was a burden that carried on my shoulders. But, at the same time, the memories of our triumphs, our successes and failures, and the people that I met there and the legacy that the alliance left help cool the resentment I feel myself for the disband
There's a oft-repeated quote that says "power corrupts, but absolute power corrupts absolutely". Since I'm personally convinced that CN is a blown-up exaggeration of everything that goes on in real life politics and diplomacy (think of CN as NBA Jam and real-life as the regular NBA), I've come to the conclusion that this is an even more relevant fact in the realm of CN politics than it is in the world outside of these halls.
It's pretty clear to say that at least the majority of the groups that
As most of you probably know, RoK is at war with PC and PC only. As much as some would like that to change, we are not at war with other PB alliances.
Now, why is that important? It's pretty obvious that they are getting beaten pretty badly. They've sent out surrender messages quite a lot of times. But that is irrelevant when compared to my next point.
They've been beaten so badly by us and our friends, they have resorted to asking their allies for the largest form of defense. For new nations.