- Feb 20, 2011
I shall subscribe!
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Keep it up. I look forward to your updates.I've been quite busy as of late and haven't really had much time to play VicII. I'm hoping people are still interested in my AAR, and if so, I don't plan on letting this fizzle out. Once September roles around I should have much more free time to dedicate to this, which is probably when my next update will be.
It's because his militancy's not very high, Disunited States opens the possibility of secession, but whether or not it happens is based on militancy. Trust me if militancy gets high it can cause the US to implode spectacularly.For "disunited" States, that was very anticlimactic. I mean really, the Dakota Republic, in the smack-dab MIDDLE of the PRA, and they're like "Let's declare independence.". Sure, if they don't join as one nation like the South did, they could at lest coordinate their rebellions a little better. >.>