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Territorial Ocean Acquisition Bid 

In the hope of attracting more international focus and investment into Baltican Territorial Waters and EEZ, the Baltican government has launched one of its most outlandish schemes yet, the Territorial Ocean Acquisition Bid (TOAB). The TOAB is a scheme which aims to sell exclusive rights to parts of the Baltican EEZ, primarily the Baltican EEZ within the Keelpijip and along the Horn of Dokestva. The land part of the TOAB is split into individual smaller “plots”, with a total of 12 plots available as part of the TOAB. Within these plots, international corporations/governments can do as they please, in the sense that they can use the waters, and more importantly, anything along the ocean floor as they please. This can be in the form of fishing, resource extraction or even waste disposal. All the Baltican government asks in return is 6% of all revenues from any economic exploitation, with 4% being revenue for the Federal Government, and 2% going to both the Baltican Environmental Protection Committee (BEPC) and the Baltican Coast Guard. The Baltican 

As part of the Baltican Neutrality regarding travel within the Keel, both military and commercial vessels are allowed free access to, from and through the various plots part of the TOAB. Additionally, the Baltican Navy, which also operates as a coast guard, monitors and operates in all parts of the TOAB and the Baltican EEZ in general. Baltican Law will recognise all operations within plots of the TOAB and will assist in any way needed, whether that be providing housing, financial assistance or aiding with land surveying. 


(Map of Plots)

All plots will begin for 150 Million Adapton Solidus. If two buyers wish to obtain a specific plot, the individual with the higher given bid will obtain the plot. The ownership of plots will last 50 years, after which the firm or government that owns said plots will be able to renegotiate their contract and extend it if needed. Firms which operate the plots will be required to utilise the plots they purchased. If it's proven that the owners of plots are purposely not doing anything with their plots, they will be asked to relinquish their ownership, and their plots will be sold to someone else. As part of this deal, all firms or governments who wish to purchase plots must provide a detailed plan for their goals within the plots they are acquiring. Finally, as part of the greater TOAB scheme, the Baltican Government is offering a 0% Corporation tax for all businesses operating with or within the plots and the greater TOAB scheme. 

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When news of the TOAB first broke, the vast majority of those paying attention in both the public and the private sectors assumed it to be a hoax.  The scheme was so outlandish that it was hard to see it as authentic but then, as official press releases were made, a sense of profound disbelief fell upon those same people.  The concept of auctioning off one's own EEZ had never once been thought of in any circle within the Pojački government, not even in its most destitute of times.  Certainly no one had any expectation that any other nation would do the same until now and that it was Poja's neighbor made it all the stranger but real life was stranger than fiction.

          The Baltican-Pojački relationship was one of confusion and misunderstanding, so much so that not even the Baltican nor the Pojački governments knew where they stood with one another.  Decades of dictatorial rule in Baltica had seen a virtual wall erected between the two nations with the Konfederacija Poja looked upon Baltica as a major risk alongside its border.  When combined with the similarly dictatorial regime in Garindina to Poja's north, the Pojački government felt that it had inherited the worst luck in all of Argis.  The countries maintained embassies and a semblance of normal, diplomatic relations but there were heavy restrictions enacted by the Pojački government against the Baltican people, chiefly to discourage mass emigration from said dictatorial regime.  The last thing the Pojački government wanted was a troublesome diaspora within its borders and so it did everything possible to tell the people, "You are not welcome here."  Naturally, this had consequences.

          Baltica hadn't been rid of said regime for too long now, only a year.  Relations between the two countries remained foggy, at best.  Ultimately, the Pojački government was glad to have democracy spreading throughout the country but was all too aware of just how unstable post-authoritarian countries were.  At the slightest inconvenience, the country could slip back into civil war, back into authoritarianism, back into being a major liability for Poja.  In fact, Baltica remained a liability for the Pojački government.  Strategic planners saw all too easily how an attacking force could take advantage of Baltica's lack of an air force and attack Poja over the mountainous border, utilizing the valleys to hide cruise missiles or strike aircraft.  In fact, the Pojački government had seen this as such a risk that it proposed air policing for Baltica, providing protection for its airspace solely to dissuade any would-be enemies from attacking Poja.  

          So, when the TOAB was finally verified, it was no surprise that it was received with significant interest.   The twelve plots were largely throughout the Keelpijp, which was something of an enigma to the Pojački government.  The Keelpijp was strategically vital to the country since it had coasts on both the Kezanoi and the Mediargic but the idea of patrolling the Keelpijp and "keeping it open to shipping" wasn't particularly worrisome to the government since any attempt to blockade it would bring down a massive hammer of international condemnation and action, particularly from TRIDENT.  In that regard, the Pojački government felt it did not need to overextend itself in trying to keep the waterway open and so it focused largely on the Kezanoi and the Mediargic with the former being more important simply due to how accessible it was and to whom.  Thus, the three plots along the Horn of Dokestva were of the highest interest to those interested parties.

          The plots of sea could be of significance in terms of oil and natural gas exploitation and certainly, because the Baltican diet was not big on fish, significant in terms of fishing opportunities.  Moreover, there was some potential for undersea mining, a controversial topic that had suddenly been thrust into the limelight.  Nowhere on Eurth conducted even small-scale undersea mining largely because land was abundant with minerals enough and of course because of the environmental impact.  Mining on land certainly had its fair share of environmental hazards but undersea those would be exacerbated many fold, not to mention the presence of fault lines throughout the Keelpijp and Kezanoi meant an elevated earthquake risk that could have significant destructive impact.

          Needless to say, there were an abundance of opportunities and Baltica's otherwise lack of regulation and oversight meant that one's only hindrance was the limit of their own greed.  Furthermore, the offer to establish divisions and companies within the borders of Baltica meant that a consortium of Pojački companies set up to exploit said plots would easily skirt Poja's more stringent laws concerning marine exploration, mining, labor, safety, and so on and so forth.  The offer was more than just a little lucrative, it was downright sloven.  To make matters more enticing for Pojački companies, there were no laws that explicitly prevented any from forming overseas divisions or consortiums for such an endeavor, which was to say that the Pojački government could do absolutely nothing to stop any Pojački company from bidding, winning, and moving overseas.  The only law that existed was that the Pojački government had to be the intermediary for business dealings, nothing more and nothing less.  This simply amounted to more paperwork, a bureaucratic middle man, and a public trail for one's foreign dealings as had happened with Kertosono and potentially even Hisera.

          With only this limitation, it was the purview of a number of Pojački companies to put forth a collective bid, through the Pojački Ministry of Trade, to the Baltican government for the three plots along the Horn of Dokestva.  The Honorable, Minister Dubravko Stojaković, of the Ministry of Trade would forward along the bid within days of receiving it.  A vetting process had to be done to ensure that there were no compliance issues but as said businesses were more than just a little experienced with such matters, these were mere formalities.  Insofar as the plan of action, it was simple.  

          First and foremost, fishing would be a primary activity because it required the least amount of infrastructure.  Pojački fishing boats could simply head to the designated areas and fish as necessary.  

          Secondarly, surveys an studies would be conducted in the area to determine the viability for exploitation of oil and natural gas.  Should sizeable quantities be found, or at least those that justified the expense, the move would be to begin exploitation though that could take five to ten years.  Thankfully, the plot leases were for fifty years so there would be plenty of time to make up for the initial time lost.  

          Lastly, and this was subject to the most amount of controversy, surveys and studies would be done about the prospect of undersea mining, especially with focus on phosphate, which was crucial to Baltica's fertilizer industry, a major component of its economy.  There was no telling what else would be found though as again, undersea mining wasn't being done anywhere.  It would certainly take years to conduct the proper research studies and surveys and weigh the costs and risks against the rewards but it was in the cards with Baltica's otherwise lax laws and lack of regulation concerning the matter.

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When the news of selling off rights to Baltica's EEZ plots first broke, there was bevy of ecstatic Seylosian corporations that smelled opportunity. Seylos wasn't particularly blessed with much in the way of natural resources, beyond it's almost limitless supply of iron ore. Not too mention that regulations around Seylosian water, and now unfortunately the rest of the NAU were exceptionally strict in order to preserve the generally beautiful waters and ecosystems that made Seylos an attractive sub-tropical tourist destination. But in Baltica... well, no such regulations seem to be in place. Of course every executive knew that the Seylosian government would still throttle them a bit so as not to be seen as exploitative, but the opportunity was still there. On top of this, with Seylos providing active military support to the Balticans they felt a whole lot safer performing economic activity in the region.

One particular group though was led by the eccentric billionaire Roger Bentley, who has amassed a huge fortune investing in a variety of industries around Seylos, and one of his most recent investments was in the continued presence of Seylosian corporations working for aluminum in Xio. Mining had peaked his interest, as Seylos had begun to enter into a sort of new technological age, focusing itself more on green energy technologies, space exploration, and tech corporations. And all of that needed a lot of resources to make it work. Resources that Seylos did not have in abundance on land.

But maybe... just maybe... Baltica could have that under the sea.

There had been tests and surveys done in the past to probe slightly into the idea of undersea mining, but with Roger Bentley in the mix, this was the first time in Seylosian history someone had a nearly inexhaustible supply of money to deeply explore the idea. And Bentley had GRAND plans.

With this he had rushed to approach the Seylosian government to bid on the rights for several of the large EEZ plots, something that the government had already begun to explore.



TO: The Federation of Baltica

FROM: The Kingdom of Seylos

The ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Economic Development have taken a keen interest in the sale of Baltican EEZ rights. We believe there are several companies in Seylos that would be able to not only extract useful resources, conduct scientific research, and provide local employment for Balticans within these locations.


Seylos would like to put in the starting bid of 150 million Adapton Solidus on the three marked plots.

On conclusion of business to acquire the rights to these plots, Seylos will arrange for the creation of a Baltican corporation, owned by the Seylosian government, to manage Seylosian companies and assets that exist within these zones. These companies have expressed the desire to commit to the following activities.

  • Sustainable Fishing
  • Marine life research
  • Undersea Mining research and development
  • Tidal Power research
  • Marine Tourism Investments
  • Mariculture Research and Development
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In the peaceful corridors of Orioni's Council of Foreign Affairs, the news of Baltica's Territorial Ocean Acquisition Bid (TOAB) created a feeling much like the calm waters of its famous Azure Coast: calm on the surface, but teeming with activity underneath. The Orinese government, guiding the island-country with a storied history of maritime excellence and a deeply ingrained philosophy of environmental stewardship, found the proposition too intriguing to ignore.

Orioni, a nation celebrated for its lush landscapes and a commitment to preserving the beauty of its natural environment, viewed the TOAB with a cautious eye. The idea of purchasing rights to an Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) was unprecedented in Orinese policy, while also presenting an undeniable opportunity. The Orinese were well aware of the environmental risks associated with undersea exploitation. They also recognised the potential for sustainable development and the advancement of green technologies.

The Foreign Council formed a measured and deliberate response. The Orinese government convened a series of closed-door meetings with environmental experts, economic advisors, and representatives from Orioni's leading maritime and technological corporations. The consensus was clear: Orioni would participate, but it would do so on clear terms, by prioritising sustainability and environmental protection above all.

With the decision made, the Orinese government prepared its offer, setting its sights on the southernmost plot within the Baltican EEZ. This particular area, known for its rich biodiversity and strategic location, was considered the perfect test bed for Orioni's innovative approach to maritime and undersea development.

TO: The Federation of @Baltica

FROM: Anna Hackney, Council of Foreign Affairs, Orioni

The Government of Orioni hereby expresses its formal interest in participating in the Territorial Ocean Acquisition Bid (TOAB), specifically regarding the southernmost plot as detailed in the TOAB documentation. We would like to call it: the Vytis Field.


We are prepared to offer A$ 160 million for this Vytis plot, with a commitment to not only respect the environmental sanctity of the area but to enhance it. Should another bidder vie for the same plot, we are prepared to increase our offer. Our proposal includes the establishment in the Vytis Field of the Baltican-Orinese Environmental Research and Development Hub (BOERDH), a collaborative effort aimed at exploring and implementing sustainable practices in:

  • Renewable Marine Energy Production, focusing on wind and tidal power generation, to explore the viability and efficiency of renewable energy sources in the maritime environment.
  • Advanced Marine Biotechnology, with an emphasis on sustainable aquaculture and mariculture techniques that could revolutionise food production without harming the marine ecosystem.
  • Conservation and Biodiversity Research, conducting comprehensive studies to understand and preserve the unique marine life within the plot, ensuring any development or exploitation activities do not disturb the ecological balance.
  • Eco-friendly Undersea Mining, utilising the latest in green technology to assess mineral resources with minimal environmental footprint, ensuring that any extraction is sustainable and reversible.

The Empire of Orioni believes that this approach not only aligns with our values but also sets a precedent for responsible and sustainable use of ocean resources. We are committed to working closely with the Baltican government, local communities, and international partners to ensure that this venture serves as a model for future maritime development projects around the world.

Orioni looks forward to a fruitful collaboration with Baltica, one that respects our shared environmental heritage and paves the way for a sustainable future.

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Though we are landlocked and bound to the Chenshas, Kacheru has always held an eye to the sea. Given the relative closeness of our countries, it seems almost too sensible to place a bid under the Baltican Territorial Ocean Acquisitions Bid. Kacheru's existing operations within the Keelpjip would allow for the rapid development of Baltican presence along its waters. Our hope is for this arrangement to further enhance the friendship of our nations through mutual prosperity.

Of course, ecological sustainability will play an essential role in Kacherun involvement. Geotang Industrial Holdings employs many of the most esteemed Kacherun ecologists and biologists, and their efforts in ecological preservation in the Chenshas is well recognized. The goal of this operation would be the establishment of Geotang Keelpijp, a division of Geotang Marine specialized for operations within the Keelpijp. Through it, our countries will both see an improvement in economic output as well as development of technology uniquely designed to maximize performance while minimizing environmental strain within the Keelpijp.

To: The Federation of Baltica

From: Kacheru Ministry of Foreign Affairs in conjunction with Geotang Industrial Holdings


On behalf of Her Majesty, Empress Myeong Saeyan and Kacheru, the Kacheru Ministry of Foreign Affairs is most interested in the Baltican EEZ within the Territorial Ocean Acquisitions Bid. It is our belief that the prosperity of our nations is best achieved through mutual economic development. As such, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is willing, on behalf of Geotang Industrial Holdings, to place bids on two particular plots of land. The bidding sum is to be A$ 165 million in accordance to our vested interest in the mutual economic development of our two nations.


Kacheru, in conjunction with Geotang Industrial Holdings, outline the intended plan for these territories are as following:

  • Mutual economic development of Baltican EEZ in accordance to Baltican and Kacherun regulatory measures. This may include surveying as well as bioprospecting and hydrocarbon exploration.
  • Establishment of Geotang Keelpijp as a subsidiary of Geotang Marine, which is to be the sole private operator within the outlined plots.
  • Innovating new research in accordance to sustainability and development principles foundational to Kacheru and Geotang Industrial Holdings. This may relate to offshore renewable energy solutions, aquaculture solutions, and resource acquisitions.
  • Sustainable aquaculture practices in accordance to Baltican and Kacherun environmental regulations. Geotang Industrial Holdings hopes to use their environmental approach to form the Keelpijp Ecology and Sustainability Trust to preserve and raise awareness about the unique ecology found within the Keelpijp.

Our mutual desire for the prosperity of our nations unites us in the development of Baltican exclusive economic zone. The Kacheru Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and His Lordship, Lee Ji-Sang, CEO of Geotang Industrial Holdings look forward to the blossoming of our newfound shared economic ties.

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The Office of the Minister of Trade
12 April 2024

To the Federation of Baltica:

In light of competing bids placed on the southernmost plot on the Horn of Dokestva, it is my pleasure as Minister of Trade to present a counteroffer from the Qingming Maritime Partnership, the newly-formed conglomerate bidding on these plots.  They wish to raise their offer from $150 million to $170 million while maintaining the same conditions as well as guaranteeing a return on revenue of 12% instead of the requested 6% with a commitment to employ, at a minimum, a 50% Baltican labor force.  

The Qingming Maritime Partnership as well as the Pojački government recognizes the strategic importance of this plot to the Keelpijp as it is at the entrance to the Qingming Sea.  The Pojački government has long since signaled its commitment to the freedom of navigation in both the Qingming Sea and the Keelpijp and while many other nations have signaled the same, the Pojački commitment is backed up by our shared membership in TRIDENT as Partners for Peace.  We understand that the Baltican government is interested in jumpstarting its economy and modernizing the nation, an effort the Pojački government finds more than amenable given our commitment to support the construction of a new international airport; however, we wish to implore to the Baltican government that there are strategic implications to these plots beyond the simple financial gains.

We look forward to your response and trust that the people of Baltica will be in the best of hands regardless of how you choose.

Honorable, Dubravko Stojaković, the Minister of Trade of the Konfederacija Poja, on behalf of the people of the Konfederacija Poja


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Such a thing as selling off one's exclusive rights to economic exploitation of their own waters, to the highest bidder, just sounded absolutely preposterous. It sounded almost like an idea from some stereotypical tight-suited executive would pitch during a boardroom meeting atop one of Catalina's innumerous uninviting gray skyscrapers within its financial district, fresh off a couple lines of the finest Pecarian snow. Yet hearing that such news came the Federation of Baltica, it came all the more unsurprising nonetheless. Because for all an Auroran may watch the wurld go by with solidi in their eyes, everyone knows that a Baltican is the true definition of an opportunist, whether they be a con artist on the streets of Selbourne or they be in seats of government, selling the waters just miles off their shore.

Nonetheless, the Auroran Office of Commerce & Trade has taken a great interest in the potential these waters present itself. In some ways, the government of Aurora sees itself in Baltica: a burgeoning democratic republic along a crucial glubal crossroads, and one which is looking to take center stage in coming years. Director of Trade & Commerce Vincent Romilly sees a great opportunity to deepen ties with the blossoming Baltican economy, as well as a proving grounds for new technologies and innovations which could shape the future of Aurora. Of course, there is also the economic side to the venture: Auroran energy conglomerate Connick Energy Solutions, Inc. has already asked the government for funding for research into the viability of oil or natural gas drilling in the Keelpijp for this very purpose.




TO: The Federation of @Baltica
FROM: Vincent Romilly, Director of Trade & Commerce, the Presidential Directorate of Aurora

To whomever it may concern,

On behalf of the Republic of Aurora, its government, and its people, I address to you this message regarding the recent Territorial Ocean Acquisition Bid (TOAB) which your government has put forth to the wurld. Understandably, the government of the Republic of Aurora, and specifically my Office of Trade & Commerce, sees great potential and possibilities in the opportunity Baltica has presented through the TOAB. With this being said, the Office of Trade & Commerce of the Republic of Aurora would like to present the following competitve bid for 4 TOAB EEZ plots off the coast of Baltica:

  • $200m for the largest plot south of Havenburg
  • $155m for each subsequent plot along the Dosketva Peninsula's western shore.


The Republic of Aurora understands the need to detail the purpose of these bids. The Federation of Baltica should expect the following use cases for these waters, should they come under the possession of the Auroran Office of Trade & Commerce, and should consent to these and any other uses which these waters may serve:

  • Research & development of experimental forms of tidal energy;
  • Research & development into aquaculture facilities such as fish farms;
  • Marine research into the flora & fauna of the Keelpijp;
  • Geological research into the formational history of the Keelpijp;
  • Research & development into the viability of offshore wind farms in the Keelpijp;
  • Marine conservation efforts;
  • Research into potential for resource exploitation such as undersea mining, natural gas, oil, etc. by Auroran conglomerate Connick Energy Solutions; and
  • Fishing.

I hope that the Federation of Baltica will consider this offer and that this may only be the beginning of greater collaboration between the Republic of Aurora and the Federation of Baltica in future endeavors to come. I hope, too, that the development of these plots of sea can lead to a prosperous future which Aurora and Baltica may share. We, from the Office of Trade & Commerce of the Directorate of the President of Aurora, patiently await your response.


Vincent Romilly
Director of Trade & Commerce,
      the Directorate of the President of Aurora

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To the Respective Governments and Corporations of: @Poja, @Seylos, @Aurora, @Kacheru and @Orioni

It has been to most shock and amazement that Territorial Ocean Acquisition Bid (TOAB) has seen so much attention from the countries of Eurth. Although the Federal Government of Baltica expected some nations to show interest, it was not expected that so many nations, and especially nations outside the Continent of Argis, would be as ambitious when it came to the TOAB as they have proved to be. Due to how many nations will be operating within the Baltican EEZ, a new committee, the Baltican Exclusive Economic Zone Oversight Committee or “BEZOC”, will now oversee all operations within the Baltican parts of the EEZ which have been leased, and will act as the primary gateway between the various governments and firms participating in the joint exploitation of Balticas EEZ. To that extent, the Baltican Government and the BEZOC would like to confirm the sale of multiple plots, specifically, plots that have seen bets placed by Poja, Seylos, Aurora, and Kacheru. All four of these nations have placed bets on plots, which have not been contested (seen multiple competing bets placed on them). As for plots which have received multiple bets, and are still considered “contested”, there will be an additional extension of a week for these nations to negotiate a plan that will see all sides satisfied. If no compromise can be found, the Baltican Government will simply choose the highest bidder, and award them rights to the plot; this being the worst alternative, as the goal of the TOAB is first and foremost, cooperation. Additionally, there is one plot yet to see any bid, and as such, it will see a price reduction, now going for 75 million Adapton Solidus. The attached outline below details currently claimed plots, available plots and contested plots. 


(Nations and their current leased plots. Pink: Kacheru (2 Plots). Yellow: Seylos (2 Plots one contested). Red: Aurora (3 Plots one contested). Blue: Poja (2 Plots one Contested). Orioni (Contested). Uncoloured Plot still available.)

For nations who wish to begin surveying and exploiting their leased plots, the BEZOC is ready to extend a helping hand. Onshore infrastructure, including ports and accommodation, is available for any firms or employees to rent and utilise, and the Baltican government is prepared to help finance joint surveying of the Keelpijp and the Horn of Dokestva. Multiple cities have already been designated as “Exclusive hubs of marine and sea exploitation” (EHMS), which will act as the main areas for companies and governments to station employees and potentially survey vessels as well as any materials needed to construct offshore infrastructure. As of now, cities included as part of the EHMS are Diems (Horn of Dokestva), Miyask (Horn of Dokestva and Keelpijp), Nemale (Keelpijp) and Mels (Horn of Dokestva). Work visas and permits will also be granted to all international employees working within the Baltican EEZ. It has been a pleasure to confirm the first part of the Territorial Ocean Acquisition Bid, and the Baltican government looks forward to the join exploitation of its territorial waters. 

(Note: Nations which do not conduct any economic activity within their purchased plots will be removed from the plot lease, and will not be provided a refund. It is the responsibility of individual governments and firms to conduct economic activity within the Baltican Plots they have purchased, failure to do so will see the plots confiscated and sold once more to a nation or government who will utilise them appropriately. Conducting any illegal activity, such as drug smuggling, unaccounted arms sales or the dumping of radioactive materials will not be tolerated, and will see plots confiscated. Failure to submit and report proper revenues will also see penalties of up to, 50 million Baltican Zedas.)

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From the Fugi Group, Finance Branch,

To the Federation of @Baltica,


We are most interested regarding the latest available plot, and would commit the required 75 million Adapton Solidus. Its utility would be solely in the law and rights of the Federation of Baltica, and its operations and ambitions remain at our discretion.

We however note, your latest comment, “Failure to submit and report proper revenues will also see penalties of up to, 50 million Baltican Zedas”, where the term “proper revenues” is largely open to interpretation. We wish further clarification on such.

We equally appreciate the initiative shown by your government regarding financial assistance, and would be delighted to accept it for the mutually beneficial projects we seek to make the people of Baltica appreciate and benefit from.

Equally, we wish a delay, given the required investments and large infrastructures that would be developed in our vision to the ambitious economic plans we have for the plot. Sadly, the infrastructures would require at least 2 to 4 years of establishment and construction, in which we would appreciate the suspension of obligation of paiement, knowing that we are ready to pay the licence of 75 million Adapton Solidus in full, in one paiement, to show our good will and trust in the rule of law.

Sincerely yours,

- F.G.F.B.

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TO: The Federation of Baltica

FROM: The Kingdom of Seylos


The Kingdom of Seylos wishes to increase the bid of our contested plot with the Presidential Directorate of Aurora to the price of 250 million Adapton Solidus.


OOC: I'm writing this just in case me and Aurora don't come to a deal first.

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TO: The Federation of @Baltica
FROM: Vincent Romilly, Director of Trade & Commerce, the Presidential Directorate of Aurora

To whomever it may concern,

The Office of Trade & Commerce is more than welcome to increase its offer to AD$250 million in order to secure our desired plot in active dispute with the Kingdom of Seylos.


Vincent Romilly
Director of Trade & Commerce,
      the Directorate of the President of Aurora


OOC: Just quickly throwing this together just in case negotiations fall through. Doesn’t feel fair to up my bid more than Seylos’ safety net bid though, so I just decided to match it.

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