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Karma War In Retrospect


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The greatest war in the history of PLanet Bob has officially come to a conclusion with this announcement - http://forums.cybernations.net/index.php?showtopic=65273. IN the announcement, representatives from Karma and The Phoenix Federation agree to terms of surrender. TPF, represents the last Continuum alliance to remain in a state of war. With their departure, Karma's victory is complete.

Through the entirety of this epic conflict, we were forced to fight against friends we respected, along side of foes we despised. It was an odd, multi-faceted struggle that left many scratching their heads.

While I never was nor am I still a fan of Karma with their hypocrisy and their moralistic rhetoric, I am proud of this:

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This image was distributed by our great friends at The Order of the Paradox for fighting along side of them.

Whatever else can be said of this war, let it be known that The Sweet Oblivion proudly fights on behalf of her friends. We are not ones to check odds before going into battle, or have long debates about litigious loopholes in the treaties we have signed. Rather, our friends are our friends and all Hell could not stop us from coming to their side in the midst of battle.

How about you? Thoughts? Reflections from the war?

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Considering our options, the path of weakness and fear or the path of sacrifice and commitment, entering the war was the best thing Zenith could ever do. It scoured the cowards from our ranks, made heroes of our leadership and warriors, and baptized the newer nations on the fire-belching blood-soaked Forge of War.

At the cost of our alliance's arms, land, infra, and tech, we pried even greater treasures from jaws of hell: respect, experience, and character.

We were afforded the distinct honor of standing up for our allies and even though we took quite a beating, I'm glad we did.

And now we reap the benefits and look forward to helping our allies rebuild.

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Considering our options, the path of weakness and fear or the path of sacrifice and commitment, entering the war was the best thing Zenith could ever do. It scoured the cowards from our ranks, made heroes of our leadership and warriors, and baptized the newer nations on the fire-belching blood-soaked Forge of War.

At the cost of our alliance's arms, land, infra, and tech, we pried even greater treasures from jaws of hell: respect, experience, and character.

We were afforded the distinct honor of standing up for our allies and even though we took quite a beating, I'm glad we did.

And now we reap the benefits and look forward to helping our allies rebuild.

Certainly Zenith showed themselves to be fine and honorable allies. It seems to me that such a distinction is invaluable.

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Oh, that is certainly kind of you to say, thank you.

We certainly weren't the only one's, though, all across the treaty spectrum were examples of alliances answering the call to arms in response to their obligations. Thankfully, despite the cynics and a few bad apples that often get a larger share of media coverage, honor is still the norm and not the exception. Of the good portion that acted virtuously there is a comfort in knowing that should the political landscape shift suddenly; there are others who would make good allies despite being at odds with previously.

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