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  • Hey Chrome. The War has stalled. I fear that this may be the end of our forum-based adventures.

    As such, we've all gathered in a discord server to continue our discussions in a much more casual and active environment. We'd greatly appreciate if you join, to avoid losing communications forever.

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    Here's the invite link. All of us Wikians are here, as well as a couple friends from outside. Hope you join.

    -Harm

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    • Hey Harm

      Yeah, looks like the end of the line for the dear old WotW, which is a damn shame, but oh well.

      I'm not brilliant when it comes to all this voice-comm stuff, Skype's served me well enough, but I'll see about getting it set up tomorrow when I've got some free time, today's been rather busy (and I've been enjoying BattleTech, best 35 quid I spent since XCOM-2).

      With any luck, I shall speak to you on Discord tomorrow.

      -Chrome

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    • Take your time

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  • I might play the game just to get this tank. It's glorious.

    Clearly a tank designed for Spring 1919 rather than Autumn 1939, but still cool.

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    • Chrome Colossus wrote:
      missiles so large they have to be piloted

      Technically-minded person in me: Do these people even computers?

      Rest of me: That's absurd and awesome!

      and massive superbattleships that can drive people insane if in groups less than 4?

      How does that even work?

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    • Slug gunner fan wrote:
      Chrome Colossus wrote:
      missiles so large they have to be piloted
      Technically-minded person in me: Do these people even computers?

      Rest of me: That's absurd and awesome!


      and massive superbattleships that can drive people insane if in groups less than 4?
      How does that even work?


      Well, it works similar to abandoned space stations. There's no atmosphere to degrade the inside of the station, so there's no telling how long they've been abandoned, which gives it an air of "creepy beyond haunted houses". In terms of how it works, it's suggested that harmonic frequency's that Humans can't hear but affects them in some way.

      And as for the missiles, did I mention the alien race built space fortresses that can launch around 900 of these missiles at once.


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  • People are loving it and want more :D

    I've hosted it for you over at ff.net as "Pacific War: The Years Past". Check it out :D

    Just lemme know when you've got more written up for me to post, and I'll sort it out for you. (and umm, have you got a summary in mind for it yet?)

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    • whats the time there now?

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    • err,well, currently it's 5 PM, but I should nearly be ready.

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