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Well, perhaps if he does well enough that the US would seek for peace in RL, he can fire it.
Perhaps if he takes all the islands and the West Coast?
 

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# Surrender events - USA surrenders to Japan
#########################################################################

event = {
id = 15
random = no
country = JAP

name = EVT_15_NAME
desc = EVT_15_DESC
picture = "american_surrender"
style = 0

trigger = {
war = { country = JAP country = USA }

control = { province = 761 data = JAP } #San Diego
control = { province = 762 data = JAP } #Los Angeles
control = { province = 765 data = JAP } #San Francisco
control = { province = 764 data = JAP } #Sacramento
control = { province = 783 data = JAP } #Portland
control = { province = 780 data = JAP } #Seattle
control = { province = 1624 data = JAP } # Guam
control = { province = 662 data = JAP } # Midway
control = { province = 1786 data = JAP } # Wake
control = { province = 661 data = JAP } # Nihau
control = { province = 660 data = JAP } # Kauai
control = { province = 663 data = JAP } # Pearl Harbor
control = { province = 659 data = JAP } # Maui
control = { province = 658 data = JAP } # Hawaii
control = { province = 1756 data = JAP } # Samoa
control = { province = 1762 data = JAP } # Phoenix
control = { province = 1766 data = JAP } # Johnson
control = { province = 1408 data = JAP } # Attu
control = { province = 543 data = JAP } # Amchitka
control = { province = 542 data = JAP } # Kiska
control = { province = 544 data = JAP } # Andreanof
control = { province = 1764 data = JAP } #
control = { province = 1765 data = JAP } #
#lost_VP = { country = USA value = 75 }
#lost_IC = { country = USA value = 75 }
NOT = {
war = { country = JAP country = SOV }
war = { country = JAP country = ENG }
}

random = 50
}

date = { day = 1 month = january year = 1936 }
offset = 30
deathdate = { day = 29 month = december year = 1963 }

action_a = {
ai_chance = 50
name = EVT_15_ACTA
command = { type = dissent value = -5 }
command = { type = money value = 10000 }
command = { type = trigger which = 68 }
}
action_b = {
ai_chance = 50
name = EVT_15_ACTB
command = { type = dissent value = -2 }
command = { type = money value = 5000 }
command = { type = sleepevent which = 68 }
}
}


I think it´s OK when Remble would remove this...


btw: what´s going on with the Paradox server? it´s always crashing... :mad: :mad: :mad:
 
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stnylan - I enjoy island hopping so it is fun to me. Unfortunately those Carriers are a lot quicker than they look.

Maj. von Mauser - The battles in my old AAR were between fleets of similar tech, that is far from the case here and open sea combat would be suicidal for me right now.

alan_le_cowboy - Thank you. Very well spotted it has indeed been grounded for repairs. The squadron in question is the one below 50% strength due to its leading of the bombing runs against the Carriers.

robou - Hope is false in this case, that fleet is just too fast.

Juan_de_Marco, Manziel, Inner Circle - Ah so there is an event :) Thanks for finding it. I am fairly sure that event won't be firing as the UK is normally my final annexation in an Axis WC.

safferli - I researched it to try and help the large amount of Subs I have as they were almost totally ineffective. The remaining Carrier techs will be researched as and when I can. The USN has at least four other Carriers somewhere so there could easily be another fleet like this somewhere.

lifeless - Thank you. Those bombers have saved the IJN so many times now its hard to count :D

ColossusCrusher - Peace is for wimps :) Unless there is a serious bonus for accepting a peace, like BP, I won't accept it. Historically Japan would have though if offered by the US.

Update to follow ...
 

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Operation Obsolete

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2000 March 22nd 1946.
BB Division 2 Flagship. IJN Fuso, Central South Solomon Trench.

Admiral Koga was aware of the American Carrier Task Force heading his way. BB Division 2 lookouts and spotter aircraft were out looking for the approaching fleet as he was under no illusion that the current invasions were Admiral English's target. In one more hour all of the troops would be safely ashore and the combined invasion fleets could head for the safety of port and harbour facilites under Japanese control.

That hour would be a long one as reports came flooding in to IJN Fuso that the Carriers had been sighted to the north east and were already in range. Koga ordered his protecting Battlefleet to turn towards the approaching fleet and increase to flank speed. He had Transport ships to protect no matter what casualties BB Division 2 might suffer performing that task.​

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Dawn was already an hour old and the weather was clear giving English the advantage of conditions but Koga still had better numbers once he got into range.

The first ship to sink would be American. The 45th Destroyer division and its crew sacrificed themselves to the guns of IJN Fuso in order to protect the highly valuable Aircraft Carriers.

Those Carriers used the time given them by their escorting ships to reply. IJN Chitose would use its limited number of fighters to protect Koga's Battleships forcing the Carriers to target other ships. Their first target would be the Heavy Cruiser IJN Haguro, a veteran of many encounters. Aircraft from the USS Essex would shatter her structure from bow to stern as she followed the American destroyer Division to the bottom.

The Japanese fleet had done its job well enough. All of the troops had managed to land unharmed and Japan now controlled the major base on Espiritu Santo.

The death and destruction would not stop there. The Battleship IJN Ise had closed sufficiently to begin targetting the 17th Destroyer Division which would also be sunk. Japanese ships would damage several other escort ships but would fail to close with the Carriers before English decided to open the range and withdraw. The Carriers USS Essex and USS Franklin would claim one more ship each during this process.

The Heavy Cruiser IJN Nachi would sink to aircraft from the USS Franklin while 5 Yuso Sentai would lose its Transport ships to the USS Essex. Ozawa would read the battle report in depth and be thankful that only two of these Forestal Class Carriers had made it to the Central South Solomon Trench. The damage could have been catastrophic if all four had made it.​

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Another problem surfaced almost immediately as the Heavy Cruiser Group assigned to protect the ships to the south that were invading more islands had been caught up in the battle. Most of its ships had been damaged and it sailed into Espiritu Santo for repairs.​

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Japanese bombers arrived at 0400 hours on March 23rd and finished off the USS Franklin. The withdrawing Carrier force was heading straight for the two unprotected Transport Flotillas to the south east. They had already halted their invasions and were making full speed away from the approaching Admiral English. Ozawa had no doubt that they would not be fast enough to escape.​

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By 1400 hours English had reached the Transports but he was more concerned with guiding his battered fleet into the safety of Noumea and its port facilities. The Transports turned back to the north west to head for the safety of the Japanese fleet and the prowling Tactical bombers.​

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Noumea was not safe for Admiral English as it was well in range of Japanese bombers operating from Guadalcanal. Their first visit to the port would be at 2000 hours on March 23rd where driving rain would prevent them causing any major damage. They did sink one of the badly damaged Destroyer Divisions that had protected the Carriers.​
 

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0300 March 24th 1946.
BB Division 1 Flagship. IJN Yamashiro, Admiralty Island.

Other reports confirmed other Japanese advances in the Pacific with one in particular drawing Ozawa's attention. It was from General Umezu in Australia.​

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The message was to the point and simply read:​

To: Commander Pacific Forces.
From: Imperial GHQ.

At 0300 hours on March 24th 1946 Japanese forces, under the command of General Umezu, completed their amphibious assault of Perth in western Australia. No further provinces of any significance are under Australian control.

General Umezu.
Commander Imperial GHQ.


Ozawa forwarded the report to High Command and to the Japanese Diplomatic offices in Tokyo where Mamoru summoned the Australian Ambassador to his offices.​

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"Yes Minister Mamoru I am aware of the situation. My staff have already finished packing and we will leave within the hour." the Australian Ambassador informed Mamoru.

One less enemy for Japan to worry about and it was one of the more potent adversaries.​

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South African Transports had entered The Slot at the same time as these messages were passing and they were picked up by the patrolling Cruiser Division. Only one would be sunk, by the Heavy Cruiser Ashigara. The Allies were still intent on landing in the Solomons it seemed despite the other areas currently under attack.​

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At 0700 hours on March 24th the single Destroyer Flotilla that had been hiding in Perth had been forced to sea. IJN Yamato would sink the now British Flotilla.​

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A further reduction in the defences of New Ireland occured at 0800 hours, leaving just two divisions to defend the last island in the Bismarck Archipelago. The Dive bombers would continue their relentless pursuit of the troops still on the island.​

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Both Japanese divisions that had captured Perth were picked up by Kato and his fleet. Kato headed for Espiritu Santo under escort from BB Division 3 to reinforce the area and to provide additional troops for further invasions in the south Pacific.​

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At dawn on March 25th sixteen Tactical bomber squadrons appeared over Noumea. The weather had cleared allowing them easy sighting of the ships below. Two more of these vessels would sink during the following hours. First to go would be the Light Cruiser USS Helena followed by the prized Carrier USS Essex. There would be no escape for the remainder of English's fleet.​

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Another encounter occured in The Slot at 2100 hours on March 25th. Two enemy Transport fleets had been found by CA Division 1 led by one from Haiti. The almost total abscence of American Merchant Marine vessels clearly showed the damage this fleet had suffered over the last months. The Americans appeared to be have been forced into using Transport ships from their Allies. The South African transport Flotilla would not survive the encounter as the guns of the Heavy Cruiser IJN Ashigara targetted it.​

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Two hours later BB Division 2, which had received nothing but minor damage during the encounter with English, headed south to the New Hebreides Trench to protect further invasions. CA Division 2 would remain in Espiritu Santo for crucial repairs. The loss of the USS Essex had removed any threat to Koga and his aging ships.​





0100 March 26th 1946.
Gulja Province, China.

Mj. General Yano had accompanied Field Marshall Higashikuni back to Gulja province after making a rather full report to the commander of the North China Army. Rather surprisingly he had not been dismissed and sent back to his division immediately upon arrival. He had been allowed to follow Higashikuni as he headed for the headquarters of Lt. General Shigeta. Yano had not been party to further reports during his stay at North China Army Headquarters in Lanzhou and he was curious as to the current state of the border guarded in part by his own forces.

"Good morning Field Marshall." Shigeta greeted his commander.

"Morning it is but a good one I think not." was the reply. "At least we are not at War with the Red Army just yet which is a blessing." Higashikuni paused for a few seconds before continuing. "Your latest reports indicated a build up of almost unimaginable preportions Lt. General, I thought I would come and take a look for myself."

"Of course Sir. Yano your division is about to start its patrol, why don't you take the Field Marshall along with you so that he can see what we are facing with his own eyes." Shigeta said. Phrased as a question it was clearly an order and Yano didn't disobey orders.

"If you would like to follow me please Field Marshall." Yano said as Higashikuni did just that although he kept pace with the younger man with ease.

Four hours later the small patrol from 8 Hoheishidan, once again being led by Sergeant Sumana reached the ideal position to observe the provinces bordering Gulja.

"Dear God." Yano said before he could stop himself. "Please excuse my outburst Field Marshall." he hastily added.

"No apology required Mj. General I was thinking something similar myself." Higashikuni replied with a chuckle.

"Yong isn't it?" Higashikuni asked the surprised private in the patrol.

"Y-Yes Sir." was the stammered reply.

"Relax young man I don't bite, unless you are an enemy of course." came the somewhat cynical reply. "You have good eyesight according to Mj. General Yano and you have been watching this for over a week. How many Soviet divisions would you say are bordering Gulja at this time?"

Yong did not only have good eyesight he could also count and was a student of military formations. "Field Marshall, I estimate that the approximate number of Soviet divisions is close to one hundred and fifty if not more."​

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"That seems like a good estimate to me. There are another seventy or more to the north of these as well. I think I have seen enough Yano it is time for me to head back to Lanzhou, I think we are about to be in a whole different World of trouble."

Higashikuni had made plans for what was certain to come many times over and these had been refined over the last year. None of those plans included a defence against over two hundred divisions on the Chinese border. The primary attack point had always been assumed to be towards Manchukuo which was no longer the case.

"I don't think the Emperor is going to have 'til June 1st." Higashikuni thought to himself as he headed for his aircraft to return to Headquarters.​
 
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Holy Crap thats alot of Soviet Divisions :eek: sadly it's only 1/5 of the total too... HAHA, good luck Remble! Might I suggest some sort of disertion incentive for poor Soviet troops or a tactical biological campaign of some sort.... like catapulting rotting cow carcases like in the Medieval days?
 

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YIKES!

A rather unhappy update I must say. You definitley have your work cut out for you.

I'm happy to read about a naval battle for once though, a phyrric one but at least your troops were safe.

Has there been any buildup noted on the Mongolian border?
 

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:eek:

Um... y'know... that looks bad...
 

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*aboard an airplane somewhere over the Pacific*

The Australian ambassador stared out his window seat, staring at the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean. Taking off his glasses, he started cleaning them when an aide sat down next to him.

"So, Mr. Ambassador..."

"Mr. Ex-Ambassador. With the Japs' occupation of my country, I am kinda in a loop."

Satisfied, the ambassador doned his glasses.

"Maybe it won't be that bad. I doubt they will turn Canberra into another Nanjing."

He chuckled.

"Perhaps the worse thing I have to deal with now is having them introduce tofu into my diet."

The aide shared in the chuckle.

"Well, Mr. Ex-Ambassador, perhaps this will cheer you up."

The aide deligently handed his boss a folder with the words CONFIDENTIAL splattered across.

"What's this?"

Intrigued, the ex-ambassador flipped through the folder.

"Soviet military strength? How on Earth did you get a hold of this?"

The aide slyly smiled.

"Since you are not an ambassador, you are not privy to such information."

The ambassador continued studying the documents.

"According to this, they are piling on massive amounts of force along their border with the Empire of Japan."

"Bingo! Some of those Japs are going to pay for your unemployment check."
 

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After US stack of death, SOV stacks of death...
I'm also impatient to see if SOV also deployed same stacks near Vladivostock...

You did not tell us if AUS annexation increased your resources stockpile.

With the loss of two CA, do you still have enough ships to keep all fleets you want at seas?
 
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This was the most exciting update since a very long time (though I have the feeling we will enjoy much mor exciting ones soon). I could almost hear a clock ticking in the background, as the US fleet moved closer and the Japanese tried to finish the invasion as soon as possible.

It's a real pity that you have lost those ships but the revenge was all the sweeter.

Regarding the soviet buildup, you should look at the bright side of it: no matter how badly your soldiers shoot, they will always hit a Soviet soldier. Unfortunately, they shoot back.

Best of luck to you. You might need it.
 

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Naval battles are always nice, especially if you win them. Hm, a strategic victory, you protected the transports.

:eek: to the Soviet troop masses...
 

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holy sh*t

i, ever the optimist, think that even with the stupid AI, you are still in need of a commander of total military genius ..... You have remble, you can't possibly lose.

please keep going with the amazing naval reports, even if there isn't much of an enemy fleet left
 
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Tokyo, we have a problem... :D