Yeah, Imperial War thing. And yeah, I forgot about that another war we had. The one where we supported pirates in your area and your new navy proved itself.
Please do shoot me a TG.
I'm gonna be on and off for 2 weeks I have oritentation leader training for 10 hours a day
Belle ilse en terre and Martenyika
Atnaia-Athara Magarat Friendship Treaty
-Atnaia will base its Third Fleet on Athara Magarat.
-Athara Magarat will allow Atnaian citizens the same rights as Athara Magarati citizens. They will be allowed to enter Athara Magarat for free, buy houses, open businesses, use Atnaian license, stay as long as they want and many more. This will only be granted for Atnaian citizens having Atnaian citizenship.
-It is possible that criminals might use the above clause to escape prosecution in Atnaia. Atnaian Police will be granted permission to search, investigate and arrest those criminals provided that they have warrants.
-Gradually Athara Magarat will build its navy and depend less on Atnaia and other nations for guarding her coasts.
3 corvettes and 1 frigate
2 destroyers and 2 frigates
Ah, the good old days when we had only 3 ships and depended on others to protect our waters.
(Implying 17 vessels now are enough to govern two seas...)
A compact carbine bullpup, chambering 6.5×39 mm Caseless ammuniton.
Compact, lightweight, portable. Suitable for vehicle/aircraft crews and CQB.
The M25 (known internally as the FR10C or Field Rifle 2010 Carbine), is a Scantarbian selective-fire carbine produced by Malik Armaments. Just like its parent model, it is chambered to fire the same caseless 6.5×39mm ammunition. It loads from 30-round box magazine and has the same rate of fire (895 RPM). The M25 accepts accessories on its top and bottom and can mount attachments onto its muzzle as well. Performance-wise, the sole difference with M20 is that the M25 uses a shorter barrel which reduces its muzzle velocity to 820 m/s. As a carbine, the M25 is suited for vehicle and aircraft crews to utilize due to its compact configuration. It does not face the inertial drawbacks associated with its longer-barrelled counterparts. However, while this also decreases its total weight and makes it even more compact to carry (ideal for vehicle crews), this comes at the cost of some accuracy and range.
Mass: 2.82 kg
Length: 378 mm
Cartridge: 6.5×39 mm Caseless
Rate of Fire: 895 RPM
Muzzle Velocity: 820 m/s
Feed System: 30-round box magazine
Sights: Iron sights and Picatinny rail for various optical sights
Cost: $ 1,700
The carbine variant.
Belle ilse en terre and Almorea
Okay so this is my last day in the hotel before I fly out to Gran Canaria for two weeks. Like I mentioned, I won't even be online for the better part of two weeks, so don't expect me to respond to any TGs or anything. If you desperately need to communicate with my I'll be around on Discord from time to time.
As for what I plan to do, I currently am writing the news report from state broadcasting services about the recent argy-bargy with Scantarbia, and I am also trying to at least get down on paper some ideas for dispatches to do with various big businesses in Austrovik-Germania.
Anyone with the skills able to do a CK2 TWI mod?
The latest from Nhoor : viewtopic.php?ns=1&f=4&t=337003&p=36072581#p36072581
Does anyone know how to make a website header for a dispatch? Like with Noronica.gov? Keep in mind, I'm not very tech savvy
Epstein? I only know Katja Ebstein...
I'll publish past two weeks tomorrow or the next day - I've been out doing stuff all weekend
Razzgriz and Belle ilse en terre
This might be a tad long, so sorry about that.
Oftentimes, if you go to a country's dispatches page, then click on their factbooks, you can see a little button at the very bottom right of the dispatch that says "Raw." (https://gyazo.com/d04613f659ed2ab8abe14b30c4404ce0)
The raw version of a factbook shows essentially the "skeleton" of the factbook. In other words, it lets you see all the different code things at work inside a factbook. (https://gyazo.com/8c781de6808aab1c66a12a0c96893042)
Make sure to ask permission from the original factbook maker before you copy anything from their designs!
If you want to make some of the website-like graphics that people use in their factbooks, I use Photoshop, as I imagine some other people do. Photoshop costs money, though, and I'd advise against investing in it if you only want to use it for NationStates factbooks. Instead, there are plenty of free graphics programs that other countries use here in the Isles like Inkscape, GIMP, and paint.net.
(Just make sure that if you're using a parent's computer that you get their permission before installing software.)
Also, let me know if something in this explanation doesn't make sense to you.
Thank you, that helps a lot. I just need to download some images, which has not been working. Then I can submit my news post.
Thepenguinland and Brulafi