Second Battle of New York

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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby dilanski » Sun Jul 07, 2013 2:39 pm

Silverdream wrote:Dilanski knows nothing, that angel is fantastic. You did such a good job I might post it to /r/evangelion.


What the fuck even is it?
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Silverdream » Sun Jul 07, 2013 2:47 pm

It's an angel from the critically acclaimed series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Gutrot » Sun Jul 07, 2013 9:42 pm

This whole thing is so fucking epic. But I'm starting to feel like the Macdev entered the Brikverse at a bad time...
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Kalvinator » Sun Jul 07, 2013 11:37 pm

Gutrot wrote:This whole thing is so fucking epic. But I'm starting to feel like the Macdev entered the Brikverse at a bad time...


New Scandinavian government officials are sitting here...watching this, thinking, "Well....shit. I'm really glad we're still only planetary."
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby stubby » Mon Jul 08, 2013 8:35 am

Gutrot wrote:This whole thing is so fucking epic. But I'm starting to feel like the Macdev entered the Brikverse at a bad time...

All times are bad times in BrikWars.

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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Silent-sigfig » Tue Jul 09, 2013 11:35 pm

Actually since all USA naval vessel classifications follow the same naming scheme

Alamo- class Missile Destroyer
Midway- class Assault Cruiser
Fallujah- class Long-range Logistics and Refurbishment Vessel

That appears to be a Concord- class Supercarrier flanked by two Gettysburg- class battleships.
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby dilanski » Wed Jul 10, 2013 3:49 am

Silent-sigfig wrote:Actually since all USA naval vessel classifications follow the same naming scheme

Alamo- class Missile Destroyer
Midway- class Assault Cruiser
Fallujah- class Long-range Logistics and Refurbishment Vessel

That appears to be a Concord- class Supercarrier flanked by two Gettysburg- class battleships.


Colette said Nimitz, but Concord sounds better.
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Colette » Wed Jul 10, 2013 7:27 am

dilanski wrote:
Silent-sigfig wrote:Actually since all USA naval vessel classifications follow the same naming scheme

Alamo- class Missile Destroyer
Midway- class Assault Cruiser
Fallujah- class Long-range Logistics and Refurbishment Vessel

That appears to be a Concord- class Supercarrier flanked by two Gettysburg- class battleships.


Colette said Nimitz, but Concord sounds better.

Silent-sigfig automatically overrules me for all matters USA (with a few exceptions i.e. the invasion of New York as that has been accepted by the forum entirety).
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby dilanski » Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:16 am

Colette wrote:
dilanski wrote:
Silent-sigfig wrote:Actually since all USA naval vessel classifications follow the same naming scheme

Alamo- class Missile Destroyer
Midway- class Assault Cruiser
Fallujah- class Long-range Logistics and Refurbishment Vessel

That appears to be a Concord- class Supercarrier flanked by two Gettysburg- class battleships.


Colette said Nimitz, but Concord sounds better.

Silent-sigfig automatically overrules me for all matters USA (with a few exceptions i.e. the invasion of New York as that has been accepted by the forum entirety).


I don't think you even get that technically, spirit of the game and all. Also if the USA decides it now has 20 odd super-carriers and wants all of them in orbit of New-York, I doubt anyone would argue. Then again Colette you do "practically own the USA now".
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Silent-sigfig » Wed Jul 10, 2013 10:07 am

dilanski wrote:I don't think you even get that technically, spirit of the game and all. Also if the USA decides it now has 20 odd super-carriers and wants all of them in orbit of New-York, I doubt anyone would argue. Then again Colette you do "practically own the USA now".


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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Silent-sigfig » Wed Jul 10, 2013 10:21 am

Also that Carrier is fantastic, just what I imagined it looking like.
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Colette » Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:39 am

Silent-sigfig wrote:
dilanski wrote:I don't think you even get that technically, spirit of the game and all. Also if the USA decides it now has 20 odd super-carriers and wants all of them in orbit of New-York, I doubt anyone would argue. Then again Colette you do "practically own the USA now".


:wtf:

Didn't you say you destroyed all the USA stuff you built? So that leaves me with an actual and extent USA army.

Unless you made some USA stuff since then :D .
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby Silent-sigfig » Wed Jul 10, 2013 12:56 pm

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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby dilanski » Wed Jul 10, 2013 4:36 pm

Silent-sigfig wrote:
dilanski wrote:I don't think you even get that technically, spirit of the game and all. Also if the USA decides it now has 20 odd super-carriers and wants all of them in orbit of New-York, I doubt anyone would argue. Then again Colette you do "practically own the USA now".


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6. Colette has no veto, not even on NY, but because no one complained is the reason it happened
7. I would Appreciate the carriers for help rescuing your planet (And recovering some honour)
8. Colette on Mibbit: "Something, something carriers, something thousands, something, something i practically own the USA now" (sic)

Hopefully that clears it up.
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Re: Second Battle of New York

Postby stubby » Thu Jul 11, 2013 9:54 am

Historically, Colette is not great about playing with other people's toys. You just have to keep a close eye out whenever he "borrows" any of yours.
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