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So - what exactly do you want me to do?

 

Tagmatium would be itching to attack north, slight your southern defences and make sure that they wouldn't threaten their northern border again. Would this sort of thing mean that Haru forces would temporarily unite against a common, and foreign, aggressor?

 

Also, the Imperial Government would not be above attempting to meddle in Haru affairs.

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I would advise against a military action, the Empress current is unaware of the attacks, though once word spreads, the result will become clear. If a foreign power not yet involved decides on military action, it could result in a wider conflict then of current.

 

While the battle line might be deaf, it would react albeit slowly to soldiers and vehicles crossing the border, eventually word would reach other units untouched and Tagmatium would be exposed to the brutality of Haruspex warfare as evidenced by that in Beautancus, it could even push Haruspex to use weapons such as those loaned in secret to Zharr.

 

Also with the civil war about to begin, hostilities in Beautancus will diminish, eventually with Haru forces heading back to the homelands.What I'd like to see is more of a observation at least from Tagmatium, maybe joining Beau in the reformation of the new empire. If you wish to meddle, that's fine to.

 

The leader of the allied houses is a figure that represents those of the Haruspex who harken back to the old days of honor and glory by the blade, keen to keep their culture in the new world, but taking a path away from their decadent fall of late. Karn, seen in the 'age of haruspex' posts and sent to Akiiryu at one point. He will be interested in allies for a new future, perhaps meddling could be done there.

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I definately wasn't planning on any military action any time soon, don't you worry about that. For the moment, any action will be limited to head-scratching and perhaps people will still be convinced that it is all just a ruse to lull Tagmatium into a false sense of security.

 

I'll probably send some spies over to observe, mainly by climbing up the nearest tall mountain and having a good look through a telescope.

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Sounds good, plenty of rocky outcroppings to do it. Most of the battle is taking place in the center of the line, at least here anyways. Hamai " New Hell ", will soon start to see their own version of it as the message hits the allied houses loyalist commanders and what not.

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Sounds interesting. Obviously, Cabarria is too consumed with the problems in Zharr and Ishakor to do any kind of military meddling. Depending on what factions emerge, Cabarria might be willing to lend some sort of military support to one group or another. In any case, we'll be watching with concern, as the outcome will likely have many repercussions in the western half of Europa, especialy as Haruspex has made a few inroads already into Zharr.

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What started at the border of Tagmatium had the reprecussian of a nuclear strike within the peoples of the Principality.

By this, do you literally mean a nuclear strike has happened, or is that just a figure of speech? I meant to ask you this ages ago tongue.gif

 

I don't think you'll answer me before I post ('cos I imagine you're busy), but I can easily re-write it a bit if it is a real nuke-strike.

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Well as there's only the factions, though Karn's faction is nearest the border, his folk are more amicable to dealing with the black market for intelligence and such. So sure, have whomever it is approach the allied houses. Otherwise, smugglers become dead smugglers if they head towards the loyalists.

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Thanks, man.

 

Where do you want me to take this from here? You want me to continue RPing as that bunch, or leave it? I'll probably mention in passing in some post that Haru gear as begun to turn up in the hands of the warlords in the west, but that doesn't mean that the Imperial Government suspects Haruspex of anything.

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I would love to have you continue RPing as that bunch, it's quite excellent. It may even lead to a formal trade agreement as the Haru Allied Houses are keen on intelligence of the outer regions as well as what the other half of their struggle is up to.

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Well in your post you mentioned the tribes having access to intel and what not. Mostly the allied houses are interested in what the Tagmatium government may be up to. Just because they happen to be fighting their former comrades, doesnt mean they've forgotten about Tagmatium and the potential threat or ally they may be. In exchange for weapons and what not, they wish to keep a steady flow of intel traffic.

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