Kaiser Martens Posted July 20, 2011 Report Share Posted July 20, 2011 Haas was presented with a comprehensive report on his land's situation by the General Staff and several ministers. Of them all, Field Marshall Fegelein, just arrived from the South, had the honor of explaining the main points. "My General, Austria is finally no longer a thorn in our side. We have now control over the situation and all of its former territory. We have seized several supply, ammunition and oil caches, others were destroyed by their previous owners. A few of our former enemies have in fact joined us...it is safe to say that the land is no longer a threat and conquered proper. However, much of our gear was not up to the task. This is why we experienced almost one million casualties, all fronts of the war combined. We have equipped our divisions with brand new gear virtually in every case, and are now much more ready to stand up against what may come. Following your idea that the Greeks and Italians may betray you, we are digging in and fortifying. We are trying to use propaganda to try to get the Austrians on our side - but the wounds of war are too deep for such a thing to have a great effectivity. The Chinese have destroyed much of our Kriegsmarine. This is worrying. We cannot expel them by sea, we will have to expell them by land. They have a firm foothold currently under attack by our forces. But this is still the least of our concerns. The Benelux Areas and parts of Low Germany and Frisia as well as Hamburg reportedly are ceasing to acknowledge your authority, and we might lose several of our divisions to this rebellion. If they can make a deal with the chinese, Berlin itself can be threatened in no time." Haas nods. "Alright. We will focus on the Northwest. We have enough to defend the South well enough if the Pasta Eaters and the gay philosophers should come knocking. We had enough trouble as is taking Austria ourselves, we can now use it to our advantage if they wish to do the same. Put an armor reserve to cover the non-mountain Donau area however. But most of our resources and divisions ought to go towards the Chinese threat. If they are gone, the rebellion will be gone with them." He made it sound easy. But it was not so. The Einherjar and the Valkyries were gearing up...they were already on their way to Stralsund and Danzig. Haas would soon enough essentially be attacked from all conceiveable directions... "Now we have to see what the Chinamen do next and then we will send our Leopards to the fray." OOC: We now have standard cnrp tech, only no nukes/wmds Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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