- HEADLINES: 93rd Striker Program Competes for Standard Inventory
- EDITORIAL The use of the word Drama.
- TRADE US MineZ Trade Run
- TRADE *US MineZ Trade**
- PvP Drill 113th Mass PvP Event - VIET CONG
- DOMESTIC EX-LEADERSHIP OF 501ST CONVICTED. EVADES PUNISHMENT AND RUMPS
- DOMESTIC 501ST LEADERSHIP RENAMES ITSELF TO DISTANCE FROM PAST
- DOMESTIC 12TH REGIMENT SENT SPECIALISTS. EASILY REBUILT. HUH, THAT WAS EASY
- DOMESTIC PLAN TO APPROVE THE CATEGORIES DESCRIBING SKILL
- FINANCE SHORT TERM BOTTLENECK - LONG TERM GAINS
- FINANCE PROJECTED GOAL TIMETABLE
- FINANCE ForEx ACCOUNT EYED
- ORDERS: *
ASPERMONT, WESTERLANDS- The 93rd’s Striker Program sets itself to compete as a common inventory among the UTC’s operations that would put it on par with Supply Train, Carriers and Gunventories.
The Striker was criticized as expensive to produce as many of its component items are produced in areas far away from each other, but the 93rd assures that it has the manpower and the capability to acquire these supplies regularly with its large US and EU contingents.
The Striker Inventory is not seen as a white elephant or one purpose use inventory, which really sparked the interest of the Grand Staff to its widespread deployment.
The Chief of the Staff of the Grand Staff saw its potential to replace the Battle Inventory for a UTC army with the purpose of war, but argues maintaining them constantly is expensive compared to tried and tested, reliable and cheaper to produce battle inventories which are more well-rounded and can be in all missions.
Irishkaiser - One of the many words I dislike and of course discourage its use is the word “drama”. It is the word where modern youth describe controversy and for God’s sake… Even civilized arguments…
Using the word drama is childish as it gives off an idea that the whole thing is petty and should not be looked into. Don’t believe me? Ok, let’s give an example. Which do you think invites you to participate and solve a problem and the other makes you think its petty and you shouldn’t be a part of it? Choose from these two sentences
This drama must be addressed
This issue must be addressed
Notice how the lot of you feel turned off or want to go away from the first sentence. That’s exactly my problem. When people call it drama, it takes away from the gravity and seriousness of a problem and in their minds, they tell themselves: “Drama? Not my problem!”. And so a problem goes unsolved because it isn’t being addressed.
Other words like “issue” or “controversy” or even “conflict” are much more inviting to people to solve problems for if we treat serious problems as petty and childish, then aren’t we petty and childish?
The Directory proudly announces that it has delivered
1 Iron Armor Set
4 Chain Sets
3 Iron Swords
1 Depth Strider I Leggings
1 Feather Falling III Boots
in value exchange for
30 Health Potions
This trade run is noted to have been one of the most disciplined trade runs the UNKNOWN [?] Trading Company has had IN A LONG TIME. I am fucking serious. People in this trade run move much more smoother and usually understand orders with the exception of that one guy who seems to always paralyze himself in combat and the rest of us have to go save him and sacrifice our items in order to extricate him.
A single Striker inventory was tested in Southern Warfare and performed exceptionally though it was seen as “overkill” to waste its expensive parts and components on poorly geared opponents.
The Trade Run was composed of such discipline that the trade run leader got overconfident, forgetting he had a merchant inventory and pushed himself into the thick of the fight in one major encounter due to being boosted with high morale. Fucker forgot he had no splashes and died. However, light infantry forces recovered his items and the inventories switched for a time with the trade run leader shortly becoming a scout then re-acquiring his stuff again.
Another thing to note about the trade run was though the trade run leader died, nobody seemed to be fazed by it and fought on with the same tenacity.
The Directory proudly announces that it has delivered
1 Semi-Battle Inventory
in value exchange for
Man, people really love to give us their gunpowder
BIG DRILL WITH BIG LIFE. Finally. First proper drill of the year as well. Four maps. I’m going to bed. Anyway, Brotado was here. Man, I’m tired and going to bed. Will write full report like maybe tomorrow.
The evidence and testimony presented of the then-named 501st Regiment of Al Hasa convicted the regiment of being guilty of charges of emotional blackmail, violating members' rights and privacies and its long practice of nepotism..
The guilty parties of the 501st, wishing to evade punishment formed a rump discussion while everyone else was asleep, outnumbering the proper witnesses and the regiment’s rightful leader being the only 501st online at the time to oppose their conclusion. The regiment’s leader, Judas_Sicarius who was not yet accustomed to being actual head(forgetting that he was ordered not to be bossed around by Cyclone) and naturally psychologically allowed it to happen, but the mistake was seen as forgivable as the 501st regiment’s leader was just swept along.
The guilty parties also then kicked out 501st members who shared common grievances to prevent them from opposing publicly in what they were doing. Ironically the group was using the same excuse known as “evading punishment” to kick them out. New Year, same life, I guess.
The result being after a day or two of taking everything in, many of the newly formed group expressed that now they don’t know what to do and refrained from taking sides(GEE, SOUNDS LIKE EMOTIONAL BLACKMAIL). An anonymous protected person commented:
“He only did it because he[cyclone_43] knew that if he did it the proper way, he wouldn’t have gotten what he wanted.”
Many of the more senior members of the 501st remained loyal with a majority of recruits or people who just entered and didn’t know what was going on composed the bulk of Cyclone’s group.
The 501st Regiment of Al Hasa is now known as the 12th Regiment, sans location. The move’s reasoning was that the regiment did not desire to be remembered or haunted by its negatively perceived past, where its proudest moment on the wikipage was attacking people who could not defend themselves… And attempted to ask for assistance in doing so.
The town Al Hasa, seen as the name of the capital of degeneracy or dumbasses in general was markedly dropped as well and a depot town’s adoption was delayed. Interesting to note were suggestions of Frostbain and Crymoore as depot towns.
The Regiment still has the same continuity and legacy and is technically seen as heirs to privileges and controversy, though the renaming avoids a lot of the memories for most people and is seen and or perceived as “clean” of the sins of its past.
The 12th Regiment was allowed to have specialists to help it in its rebuilding. And within about 2 days, seemed to have rebuilt its numbers. Huh… That was easy. Thought it would’ve been harder.
The specialists have been sent also as part of a new plan to properly integrate the regiment’s personnel for its mission now defined as training and reserve. Eh, whatevuh.
You can use all three: Competent, Capable, Poor on any describable skill that has levels. This should serve as proper standard mutual understanding.
I’m a very capable cook.
That deal we have will require us to spend a bit of money in order to gain more money. I don’t know. What do you think.
Ok, so let’s just make this quick, but this month alone we have acquired 100,000PHP(2000USD). What took us 6 months to get, now takes us only like 1 month. Now, assuming we go at this constant rate, we would reach our goal by about April this year. 1.2 MILLION PHP. Yaaay. Assuming we don’t spend though. Assuming.
No dolla, no holla though.
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