- May 24, 2013
Bravo! Very labyrinthine, and well done making the specifics so hard to figure out.
Thank you for your support.What intricate webs you weave It appears the General - and our esteemed writer - have, once again, outsmarted us all!
I'm sure we can figure something out, as for the war, the same issues remain with declaring war on the Axis outright. The timing needs to be right.So now we need a war and for 11 to actually be welcomed back in SU - not with the customary Makarov 9mm behind the ear for anyone someone thinks may have been compromised! Let's hope the Secret Committee can help out there!
We can definitely attempt to keep an eye on her, at least while she's in the Soviet Union. More importantly, I think we should give her something productive to do as to divert her attention somewhat from her vengeful schemes.11 now has a rather convenient exit plan, too, which probably warrants keeping an eye on her. Not that I'd believe her to be a traitor, but because she has already shown she will use whatever measures she deems necessary.
He is quite dangerous, and we should definitely be glad he's not our enemy, for now.General Markkur... He seems to be a loose cannon, running his kingdom (that of espionage) as he will with little regard for those above him. Takes a little pressure off us for the time being unless we start directly targeting allied operations and nations, but he will be an extremely dangerous opponent. While Germany remains our focus, keeping an eye on the OSS might still not be a bad idea.