- HEADLINES: Pittacus Surrenders(?) Flip Flops Expected.
- EDITORIAL “To be filled when I’m not busy.”
- TRADE US MineZ Trade Run
- TRADE US MineZ Trade
- PvP Drill 78th Mass PvP Event - Military Exercise Review for the Invasion of Al Hasa.
- DOMESTIC MineZ Military Counters designed by Irishkaiser.
- DOMESTIC Big Operation planned against Pittacus
- ORDERS: *
ASPERMONT, W.L.- Pittacus admitted defeat this week and will publicly acknowledge their defeat on our subreddit but Directory Member Irishkaiser expected another flip flop and the hawks will continue their plans until after the 5-6 days left of their alt being unbanned to finally make a final decision. It was reported that the conversation between Irishkaiser and Pittacus then went off-track and angry with details being vague but Irishkaiser said something about how “Pittacus can twist her legs in ways you can’t imagine”.
Journalists later overheard Irishkaiser in a bar with a brag-like tone saying how they just had angry sex. The conversation included details about how Pitt understood just how hot they both were for each other and something about humidity in there. Irishkaiser was overheard to be claiming “true story” to his bar mates.
“You’re a fucking liar, Kaiser.” was one of the response from the bar-goers who listened to his story, which Irishkaiser retorted: “It’s not a lie! It’s… embellished”.
Irishkaiser - Someone get these recruits their place or something.
The Directory proudly announces that it has cancelled the trade run for a large scale Military Exercise.
The Directory proudly announces that it has delivered
1 Cooked Porkchop
in exchange for
Here comes Hurricane_34.
An Exercise Corps with three companies, Abel, Banjo and Chester(Treetop’s) planned, prepared and invaded the Gravelands in anticipation for a future UTC-led invasion in the near future.
The problems discovered on a planning level was the distribution of plans and orders from the General Staff with people complaining about General’s wording of the orders complaining about them being vague, but the General defended himself saying that his orders were fine, true and specific if taken as is. The problem was not in the words but in its distribution as the pace of change in plans and the progression of the planning itself made people being confused as to where they should be, when they should be and what they should do with units and or individuals being changed and or switched roles. It was thankfully cleared up as pointed out by multiple members of the Exercise.
It is recommended that the General Staff take extra care as to message distribution but also recommends that the officers learn to understand fucking English. God, you MineZ players are so bad with words.
Other problems in planning showed that General attached himself to Abel Company and for some strange reason, Abel Company’s leader thought that the General - which was agreed upon earlier to be distinct and independent from Abel Company - was going to provide for Abel. It wasn’t until the day or so before that Abel Company’s captain realized he was responsible for his company.
Overall however, the field captains did well in organizing their men in the given time.
Banjo however suffered from internal problems in command hierarchy but managed to turn out an excellent force in the end.
Chester Company, which was predominantly made up of foreigners with some UTC attaches almost had little to no preparation or planning and thus were more irregular except for the UTC members embedded with them. Some literally died just before it was to begin and or banned for swearing so they could never be there. The mistake in planning however came from the General Staff who assumed that Chester Company would understand and follow the general plan, but later it was found out that they broke discipline and went against the plan after they got overconfident with premium bloodlust when they annihilated Corsair.
During the fighting, Chester Company also refused to keep their Supply Train safe behind Banjo(as recommended by the General) who were holding the Line of Communication and thus exposed their Supply Train to enemy attack.
It must be noted however that other than that, Chester Company was quite cooperative for a foreign premium group thankfully and that they performed admirably in the face of the enemy, if rather foolhardy and undisciplined in the end.
In terms of logistics, everything seemed fine and the Line of Communications kept the forces sustained before Chester committed itself to an unwinnable fight due to overconfidence over a supposed “lone” Sgt member.
In terms of communication, the General found the system of “command squad” with all the officers better, but the intermediate commanders, the field captains, found it stressful to communicate with their individual companies and the officers talking among themselves and be given their orders. Whether we need to reshuffle it or just implement more voice discipline or voice etiquette is still up for discussion. It was later discovered however that there’s a problem when companies take serious casualties squads and companies are left in disarray and without communication. It is recommended that those whose company or squad members taken out try to join their superior’s over time and be re-assigned from there.
Nobody complained much about the strategy and it seemed to have worked well until Chester’s undisciplined charge against Sgts. These war games have also given insight on the inventories and actual numbers of enemies to face in the Gravelands and may help change the future strategy and warfare of the UNKNOWN [?] Trading Company.
Members of Chester Company(Treetop’s group) has also expressed interest in doing SS together again.
First deployed in the recent War Games. These military counters however are only well-received by UTC officers. Everyone else can’t seem to understand them because they’re uneducated or some shit
Hawks will still continue unless a final decision has been reached.
1) Trade Run completed. SOP.
^THE ^[?] ^EMPIRE, ^THE ^COMPANY’S ^OFFICIAL ^NEWS ^SOURCE ^AND ^PROPAGANDA ^TOOL. ^AW ^YEAH
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