- Aug 1, 2002
Well that war in the Middle East will provide perfect cover for any number of shenanigans.
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So these are all different playthroughs in different savegames. My Canada-USA AAR was multiplayer as I played with a friend of mine and that game kind of established the base line for the shared universe. I then expanded upon it heavily through my Belgium AAR which took place in a different savegame. My Cuba AAR was set in the 1960s, so I modded the map of the Cold War mod to fit the already established cannon. And now with this one I decided to expand upon some things in Asia and fill some other gaps that I left out in my previous AARs.great AAR, one thing I didn't get though, did you play all your AARs simultaneously on multiple PCs and writing them one by one?
Hadn't really thought about an alternate flag, as the default Indian flag was the one the game itself gave me.nice and peaceful reunification, although I was expecting some alt-flag
While northern India might be peacefully unified, there's still the Princely Federation to challenge the legitimacy of Gandhi and Jinnah.The Path of peace indeed! Finally something a bit more pacific
Exactly, the election results show more or less what regions are less content with Gandhi and Jinnah's reunification platform. And the Princely Federation in the south is certainly not going to stand by and watch as the princes in the north see their power weaken.Long live the Republic of India! But not everybody in Northern India is going to peacefully accept the new order and the compromises required to make it and there is the princely federation in the south.
Haha well yeah, the Path of Peace is forged through war. But I assure you, this was the last war fought by India in this AAR.For an AAR called "The Path of Peace" we are now seeing our second major war.
Perhaps this is a definition of the the word peace along the lines of "they make a wasteland and call it peace" kind of peace?