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There will be at some point a full scale conflict role-play, as hinted in the following post here

Operation Leviathan is a potential for deployment of Haru troops into Argis at some point and time. 

I agree that it wont be anytime soon. It will take a lot in order to advance the plan set forth by the admiralty, more then they'd like in a realistic sense. The command element believes weeks to months, but logistically speaking, it will be much longer then that. It may be six, eight, or even a full year before a full deployment would be viable. 

They can issue all the orders they like, even sending ships and troops to NK, but it wont escape notice. The eyes of its neighbor to the south, the co-occupants of Korinon, amongst others in the region. 

There is a high possibility it will be for naught, and eventually said forces will go to Kaldana as the threat posed by Anglia forces grows in that part of the wurld. Just the thought of potential invasion of the Argis continent or Haru military forces in some capacity will be the goal for now. 

Edited by Haruspex
landing ideas, story growth etc. (see edit history)
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No.

I don't see how the Haru can do any of this in so short of time since securing Korinium. I don't think the most well written and thought out explanation would be enough. It matters not if it is or is not an expansion. Not to mention, this has little to no information that gives me past the Imperium intending to commit military to randomly invading Yeetland. At some point, I don't think this will realistically stay covert either as someone somewhere is going to likely take notice to the fact there's movement in Yeetland and realistically speaking there is going to be a clash if that were to come up - one I don't think will end up being seen in canon due to creative differences. There has to be other things we can roleplay past another armed conflict or related. Perhaps some insight on how this endless cycle of pushing war may affect the Imperium or its colony in Zharr.

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50 minutes ago, Oyus said:

No.

I don't see how the Haru can do any of this in so short of time since securing Korinium. I don't think the most well written and thought out explanation would be enough. It matters not if it is or is not an expansion. Not to mention, this has little to no information that gives me past the Imperium intending to commit military to randomly invading Yeetland. At some point, I don't think this will realistically stay covert either as someone somewhere is going to likely take notice to the fact there's movement in Yeetland and realistically speaking there is going to be a clash if that were to come up - one I don't think will end up being seen in canon due to creative differences. There has to be other things we can roleplay past another armed conflict or related. Perhaps some insight on how this endless cycle of pushing war may affect the Imperium or its colony in Zharr.

Edited to a degree. More will come as the story I intended for was more in the building of it, leading to a military confrontation of some sort beyond Korinon, as the Haru contend with the threat of Anglia and others. Yeetland was chosen as a landing and traverse spot not without its own dangers I'd wager, and would have probably followed a dark path to their fate. In any case, its been adjusted. 

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I'm ok with the edit as it is. It would be good to see more of how this is affecting the empire internally as Oyus has said. The massive amount of resources Haruspex put into securing North Korinon vs the relatively tiny amount of expense Seylos put into it on the other side must have ruffled some feathers. Not to mention the presence of massive quantities of fleets and personnel would have been very costly. Someone somewhere is paying for all this after all. Also worth questioning how the Korinon locals would be handling this. On the southern half of the island, military presence is definitely there but in relatively limited numbers, on the north I would imagine the people of North Korinon are wondering if they have essentially been colonized and are in danger of being wiped out as a people. Maybe even wondering if they made the wrong choices.

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Daya, I seem to be misreading, there is a report here that says the NKP is receiving forty-thousand engineers from Houses Mzil Velven, Mzil Alek, and Mzil Vale. Another one has twenty-five thousand cooks and service support from House Idari Elemmire, and Vek Elemmiire, and this one here. He flapped the teletype a bit in one hand; Says that thirty-five thousand Tagnik Zun doctors, surgeons and health staff are headed here. Along with a list of lorries, misc transports, and so forth.

It seems just from this snippet alone Haruspex has already made the island natives a minority from military personnel alone.

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18 hours ago, Seylos said:

I'm ok with the edit as it is. It would be good to see more of how this is affecting the empire internally as Oyus has said. The massive amount of resources Haruspex put into securing North Korinon vs the relatively tiny amount of expense Seylos put into it on the other side must have ruffled some feathers. Not to mention the presence of massive quantities of fleets and personnel would have been very costly. Someone somewhere is paying for all this after all. Also worth questioning how the Korinon locals would be handling this. On the southern half of the island, military presence is definitely there but in relatively limited numbers, on the north I would imagine the people of North Korinon are wondering if they have essentially been colonized and are in danger of being wiped out as a people. Maybe even wondering if they made the wrong choices.

It seems just from this snippet alone Haruspex has already made the island natives a minority from military personnel alone.

They've not arrived yet, its just what is transcribed in the teletype of what is supposed to show up, whenever and if they ever do. I'll go into it more with Fasri lamenting on command and their 'goals' as well as other things.

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From an IC perspective, I'd expect there would be a lot of concern from TRIDENT.

 

Deployment in Corinium was supposed to be a demonstration of Iverican resolve to prevent Haru, or any Europan power for that matter, from gaining hard territory in Argis. Even if TRIDENT were to turn a blind eye on this one, Iverica would still act unilaterally in response. Deployment of forces on the continent proper would no doubt lead to an escalation of Iverican presence in the region and a justified reversal of our once anti-militarisation principle for the Argic Passage. If this is what the Haru are gunning for, then I expect I'm stating the obvious. The alternative option if escalation is not the desired outcome is that the Haru open channels for a bilateral agreement which contains committments for the Haru to abstain from deploying assets like missiles, submarines, assault units, carrier/cruiser task forces etc. to the region.

 

If the deployment takes place in the northern half of East Argis, it could hurt the economic stability that the Polar Service has been trying to build for the past year and half. The knowledge that an empire which regularly annexes land and routinely conducts exercises the likes of what we've read on your news puts merchants and investors in a tight spot. If the Argic Passage developes a reputation for being a military hotspot it could set back the progress of that commercial avenue for years. No doubt, Iverican escalation will not resolve the commercial fears, but it will be the only logical response since we have assets and investments already committed in the region.

If it does not take place in the northern half, it will not directly threaten commerce in the Argic Passage. However, it still threatens TRIDENT's principles and a counter-deployment to maintain force parity will be inevitable. The difference being that it likely will be aimed at deterring rather than a buildup for supremacy.

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