People's Commissar of the Navy
- Jan 3, 2010
Some very fine work here, as always. Japan seems to be much more of a pushover than I expected -- any thoughts as to why?
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superb bit of social darwinianist logic thereThe government know that when taking on a nation with such a strong army and proud military history as Japan, Sokoto need employ the very best of her troops if she is to have any chance of success. Hence why the loss of nearly all of the Sokot fleet as it limped towards Japan is well receieved by the government. Such losses clearly planned so as to weed out the weak and having nothing to do with horrific Sokot shipbuilding.
Quality.Sokoto's soldiers fighting with a desperate fury, wishing to avoid having to retreat to the ships.
The horrors that these brave men saw will never truly be understood. They bleed, friends...but they bleed for Sokoto.With the last of Japan's forces in Kyushu now defeated, Sokoto's troops begin the terrifying task of besieging the island, many quickly succumbing to dreadful injuries as a result of this siege duty. Dreadful injuries such as paper cuts suffered as they attempt to master oragami in an effort to pass the time during horror filled siege duty.