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Scantarbia wrote:Are we going to expect substantial increase on oil price?

Natural Gas, yes

Austrovik-Germania wrote:Natural Gas, yes

Austrovik natural gas, yes, but it depends how much marketshare he has as to whether the global price is affected. Then there's also the consideration of other nations possibly upping supply to lessen the shortage and capitalise on it.

That's where Ainslie could come in, we have a relatively large natural gas sector.

Verdon wrote:Yo. Make sure you tell me when you get something you also asked me to make so I don't have to spend time working on it...

I was discussing your larger map on Discord and advocating for it, because the map I produced was butt ugly and produces all sorts of graphical errors when used in CK2. I advocated for your map, but was somewhat brushed aside because you were "not here". :/

I still strongly believe your map should be used, but the use of the map I greyscaled should be seen as experience for AM.

Athara Magarat - I strongly recommend you work with Verdon on using his map now and scrap the current one - just so you don't spend too much time on the initial map. :)

Glaciaria wrote:Country: ARGENTINAAAAAAAAAAAA

Hello hermano! Huehue

Ainslie wrote:Austrovik natural gas, yes, but it depends how much marketshare he has as to whether the global price is affected. Then there's also the consideration of other nations possibly upping supply to lessen the shortage and capitalise on it.

That's where Ainslie could come in, we have a relatively large natural gas sector.

Almorea is going to be jumping in as well. This could turn into something pretty interesting!

Almorea wrote:Almorea is going to be jumping in as well. This could turn into something pretty interesting!

My tiny island doesn't have much in the recourse field, we rely on culture and agriculture.

Wine, wood, iron, music, steel, and a little bit of oil.

But we are in a great geographic location for trading so that's why havalland isn't broke.

Would anyone be interested in liberating me after the Imperial War? (I was under D&S at the time)

Cantonos wrote:Would anyone be interested in liberating me after the Imperial War? (I was under D&S at the time)

Tag the Free Powers.

Alteran Republics wrote:I was discussing your larger map on Discord and advocating for it, because the map I produced was butt ugly and produces all sorts of graphical errors when used in CK2. I advocated for your map, but was somewhat brushed aside because you were "not here". :/

I still strongly believe your map should be used, but the use of the map I greyscaled should be seen as experience for AM.

Athara Magarat - I strongly recommend you work with Verdon on using his map now and scrap the current one - just so you don't spend too much time on the initial map. :)

Not much done frankly. Just did renaming and assigning of 5 or 6 Doman provinces and some Magarati dynasties and that was it.

https://i.redd.it/nf2rmnxf6pm31.jpg

I am done. You guys have full permission to invade this country.

Cantonos wrote:Would anyone be interested in liberating me after the Imperial War? (I was under D&S at the time)

From 48 to 53 we would subjugate and commit genocide. From 56 to 96 we would subjugate you in the name of communism and commit purges.

In the aftermath of the Imperial War, nearly a thousand Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians were executed for war crimes. These executions of high-profile Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians led to the fringe communist factions eventually coming to power in the Magarat region. However, that is a topic for another discussion.

The following is a list of Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians who were charged with war crimes. This list includes details on what happened to them and also contains high-ranking Imperial Magarati military commanders who would have likely been charged with war crimes as well if not for their deaths during the great war.

  • Henry Gharabja: Born on 8 June 1890 in Enmore, Kingdom of Townside. Died on 5 May 1956 at the age of 65. Henry Gharabja was a Maghyari Townsider of Chhantyal tribe who studied Mechanical Engineering in University of Townside. In 1902, he was summoned to Liba Hangate as the inheritor of his Magarati uncle who had died in the Second Central Argus War (1894-1901). However, he soon became broke and joined the Four Kham Gun of Liba Hangate. After Liba Hangate joined the pro-Noronican Northern Magarati Alliance and became involved in the Third Central Argus War, Gharabja's promotions in the battlefield further quickened. He participated in the Magarati Revolt against the Magarati Dominion under Noronnican-crown. After the Empire of Magarat was proclaimed, Gharabja proposed mixing armored regiments and mechanized or motorized infantry battalions into heavily-independent 20,000 men guns (divisions) with close air support. Emperor Temur Buduja welcomed his idea and Gharabja was made the Major General of the Iron Gun throughout the Imperial War period. Gharabja's Iron Gun was involved in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. The Iron Gun surrendered to TBDFreePowersnation forces on 1 May 1949. A year later, Gharabja was released from TBDFreePowersnation captivity without any trial due to "lack of evidence" though it was most likely because he cooperated with the Free Powers and provided information on many of his ex-colleagues. He retired to his birthplace Enmore in Townside and remained a staunch Magarati nationalist who was vocal against the division of the former empire into 12 hangates. Before his death six years later, he published his autobiography that presented Buduja and the Empire of Magarat as "defenders of Argus and the East" against "the Western menace from Mesder". His book also claimed that the Iron Gun under him had "not committed any massacres" and had instead "preserved cultural artifacts" in San Montagna and TBDinvadednations.

  • Gyanendra Kumal: Born on December 3 1875 in Seavale, Almorea. Died of heart failure on February 6, 1953 at the age of 77. Gyanendra Kumal's birth name was Gavin Langdon Junior and his father was among hundreds of railroad workers killed by Almorean federal troops in the Panic of 1885. After his father's death, ten year old Gavin Junior was taken in by Magarati relatives on his mother's side and he renamed himself to "sound more Magarati". After failing to pursue his career in art, he joined the prestigious Tamuwani army as a cadet officer and fought in the Third Central Argus War for the North Magarati Alliance. Unlike most other military officers in what would be the Empire of Magarat, Kumal had instead fought against Temur Buduja's revolt against the Magarati Dominion under Nornnican crown. He considered himself apolitical and that he served the Magarati government; no matter whatever its nature was. He was about to retire after the Magarati Revolt and formation of the empire, but Buduja made Kumal the Major General of the Same Gun which took part in the Doman-Magarati War, Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. On 1 May 1949, Kumal was taken as prisoner of war by TBD division of TBDFreePowersnation1 and then sent to TBDFreePowersnation2 where his health worsened. He was charged with war crimes but never put on trial due to his age and poor health; though he eventually died of heart failure after four years of captivity by TBDFreePowersnation1 forces. He famously defended his actions during interrogation by Free Powers with the statement "Tamuwani officers do not mutiny".

  • Kamal Bahadur Praja: Born on August 28 1881 in Chyo-bang City (now known as Adige and in San Montagna), the capital of Hangate of Chatha, Khas-Kirat Empire. Died in prison on 4 November 1954 at the age of 73. Born into the noble Praja clan who had ruled Hangate of Chatha since its birth, Kamal Bahadur Praja became an officer in the Chathaese army and fought for the Southern Magarati Pact in the Third Central Argus War. He became the Major General of Chepangic Gun after the Empire of Magarat was declared and participated in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. On May 5 1943, the Brulafi National Front forces in Arran and Reading rose up against the Magarati garrisons and declared the Democratic Republics of Arran and Reading respectively. Praja was among the generals blamed by Emperor Temur Buduja for failing to prevent this incident and demoted from being the Major General of the Chepangic Gun. He was arrested in late April 1949 by TBDFreePowersnation1's troops and handed over to TBDFreePowersnation2 army. A year later, he was put on trial and sentenced to fifteen years in prison where he died of heart failure.

  • Kesar Kathoriya: Born on 3 April 1885 in Thar City, Marubumi Hangate, Khas-Kirat Empire. Died on 7 January 1971 at the age of 85. Kesar Kathoriya joined the Marubhumi army and fought for the Southern Magarati Pact during the Third Central Argus War. He was promoted to Major General and given command of the Marubhumi Gun which participated in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna, famously as the only Magarati unit involved in the Magarati Invasion of Scantarbia and TBD conflicts. After the Imperial War ended, Kathroriya was found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Scantarbia. Though he was sentenced to 15 years in prison, Kathoriya was released "on parole" despite evidences suggesting that this was because he was willing to work for TBDFreePowersnation military.

  • Madan Kusunda: Born on 3 November 1881 in Star City, Hangate of Jaring, Khas-Kirat Empire. Date and cause of death remain unknown. Born into the aristocratic Kusunda clan, Madan Kusunda participated in the Third Central Argus War for the Southern Magarati Pact as a staff officer in the Santhali cavalry. After the declaration of the Empire of Magarat, he was made Major General of the Myahak Gun which was involved in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. Kusunda was arrested on 1 May 1949 by TBDFreePowersnation1 troops. He was implicated of war crimes but then removed from trial due to "medical reasons" without ever being judged or sentenced. Kusunda vanishes from official records after 1949 and this has led to conspiracy theories that claim that the TBDFreePowersnation1whocaughthim hired him instead to secretly work for their military.

Read dispatch

Regarding Imperial War...

Athara Magarat wrote:
In the aftermath of the Imperial War, nearly a thousand Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians were executed for war crimes. These executions of high-profile Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians led to the fringe communist factions eventually coming to power in the Magarat region. However, that is a topic for another discussion.

The following is a list of Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians who were charged with war crimes. This list includes details on what happened to them and also contains high-ranking Imperial Magarati military commanders who would have likely been charged with war crimes as well if not for their deaths during the great war.

  • Henry Gharabja: Born on 8 June 1890 in Enmore, Kingdom of Townside. Died on 5 May 1956 at the age of 65. Henry Gharabja was a Maghyari Townsider of Chhantyal tribe who studied Mechanical Engineering in University of Townside. In 1902, he was summoned to Liba Hangate as the inheritor of his Magarati uncle who had died in the Second Central Argus War (1894-1901). However, he soon became broke and joined the Four Kham Gun of Liba Hangate. After Liba Hangate joined the pro-Noronican Northern Magarati Alliance and became involved in the Third Central Argus War, Gharabja's promotions in the battlefield further quickened. He participated in the Magarati Revolt against the Magarati Dominion under Noronnican-crown. After the Empire of Magarat was proclaimed, Gharabja proposed mixing armored regiments and mechanized or motorized infantry battalions into heavily-independent 20,000 men guns (divisions) with close air support. Emperor Temur Buduja welcomed his idea and Gharabja was made the Major General of the Iron Gun throughout the Imperial War period. Gharabja's Iron Gun was involved in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. The Iron Gun surrendered to TBDFreePowersnation forces on 1 May 1949. A year later, Gharabja was released from TBDFreePowersnation captivity without any trial due to "lack of evidence" though it was most likely because he cooperated with the Free Powers and provided information on many of his ex-colleagues. He retired to his birthplace Enmore in Townside and remained a staunch Magarati nationalist who was vocal against the division of the former empire into 12 hangates. Before his death six years later, he published his autobiography that presented Buduja and the Empire of Magarat as "defenders of Argus and the East" against "the Western menace from Mesder". His book also claimed that the Iron Gun under him had "not committed any massacres" and had instead "preserved cultural artifacts" in San Montagna and TBDinvadednations.

  • Gyanendra Kumal: Born on December 3 1875 in Seavale, Almorea. Died of heart failure on February 6, 1953 at the age of 77. Gyanendra Kumal's birth name was Gavin Langdon Junior and his father was among hundreds of railroad workers killed by Almorean federal troops in the Panic of 1885. After his father's death, ten year old Gavin Junior was taken in by Magarati relatives on his mother's side and he renamed himself to "sound more Magarati". After failing to pursue his career in art, he joined the prestigious Tamuwani army as a cadet officer and fought in the Third Central Argus War for the North Magarati Alliance. Unlike most other military officers in what would be the Empire of Magarat, Kumal had instead fought against Temur Buduja's revolt against the Magarati Dominion under Nornnican crown. He considered himself apolitical and that he served the Magarati government; no matter whatever its nature was. He was about to retire after the Magarati Revolt and formation of the empire, but Buduja made Kumal the Major General of the Same Gun which took part in the Doman-Magarati War, Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. On 1 May 1949, Kumal was taken as prisoner of war by TBD division of TBDFreePowersnation1 and then sent to TBDFreePowersnation2 where his health worsened. He was charged with war crimes but never put on trial due to his age and poor health; though he eventually died of heart failure after four years of captivity by TBDFreePowersnation1 forces. He famously defended his actions during interrogation by Free Powers with the statement "Tamuwani officers do not mutiny".

  • Kamal Bahadur Praja: Born on August 28 1881 in Chyo-bang City (now known as Adige and in San Montagna), the capital of Hangate of Chatha, Khas-Kirat Empire. Died in prison on 4 November 1954 at the age of 73. Born into the noble Praja clan who had ruled Hangate of Chatha since its birth, Kamal Bahadur Praja became an officer in the Chathaese army and fought for the Southern Magarati Pact in the Third Central Argus War. He became the Major General of Chepangic Gun after the Empire of Magarat was declared and participated in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. On May 5 1943, the Brulafi National Front forces in Arran and Reading rose up against the Magarati garrisons and declared the Democratic Republics of Arran and Reading respectively. Praja was among the generals blamed by Emperor Temur Buduja for failing to prevent this incident and demoted from being the Major General of the Chepangic Gun. He was arrested in late April 1949 by TBDFreePowersnation1's troops and handed over to TBDFreePowersnation2 army. A year later, he was put on trial and sentenced to fifteen years in prison where he died of heart failure.

  • Kesar Kathoriya: Born on 3 April 1885 in Thar City, Marubumi Hangate, Khas-Kirat Empire. Died on 7 January 1971 at the age of 85. Kesar Kathoriya joined the Marubhumi army and fought for the Southern Magarati Pact during the Third Central Argus War. He was promoted to Major General and given command of the Marubhumi Gun which participated in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna, famously as the only Magarati unit involved in the Magarati Invasion of Scantarbia and TBD conflicts. After the Imperial War ended, Kathroriya was found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Scantarbia. Though he was sentenced to 15 years in prison, Kathoriya was released "on parole" despite evidences suggesting that this was because he was willing to work for TBDFreePowersnation military.

  • Madan Kusunda: Born on 3 November 1881 in Star City, Hangate of Jaring, Khas-Kirat Empire. Date and cause of death remain unknown. Born into the aristocratic Kusunda clan, Madan Kusunda participated in the Third Central Argus War for the Southern Magarati Pact as a staff officer in the Santhali cavalry. After the declaration of the Empire of Magarat, he was made Major General of the Myahak Gun which was involved in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. Kusunda was arrested on 1 May 1949 by TBDFreePowersnation1 troops. He was implicated of war crimes but then removed from trial due to "medical reasons" without ever being judged or sentenced. Kusunda vanishes from official records after 1949 and this has led to conspiracy theories that claim that the TBDFreePowersnation1whocaughthim hired him instead to secretly work for their military.

Read dispatch

Regarding Imperial War...

Needs a wartime governor of Hadzanye who got shot by partisans

North Mesder

- Domanania is under Tiwe Hangate of the Khas-Kirat Empire; will have independence around 30 years later.

South Mesder

- Lortiks of Belle Ilse en Terre are tributaries (they provide men and ships for war) of the Khas-Kirat Empire

North Argus

- Noronica is ruled by Malcolm II "Chogaidard / War Chief" of Allanach dynasty and first Christian ruler of Kingdom of Nyssic; his wife 'Pious Margan' remains Noronica's only Patron Saint

Central Argus

- In San Montagna, the Four Nations have launched a coalition war against the Lyekan Empire a year ago. The war will last for 11 years and result in Lyeka losing half of her territory.

- The Tamang Cavalry led by Khyungba Hang of the (duh) Cental Kirati Tamangs begin preparing for their Invasion of Hadzanye (to occur a year later)

South Argus

- Wellsia is part of the Khas-Kirat Empire as the (Eastern Kirati) Xiangu Hangate. By 1170, they will gain "independence"; no longer vassals of the Mahang but still tributary.

- The MihÍna Third Kingdom in Menna Shuli is ruled by Hethapi UmutÍti of MihÍna Fourteenth Dynasty.

Gael

- In 1067 on Roendavar, the King of Dociara, King Ion I Theilas Avarești, also known as the Golden Rose, together with the forces of the Rose Alliance and the support of the Bronei Navy, launched a siege on the capital city of Ilonthria, Constantiara. Despite the Ivy Alliance's overwhelming forces and advantages, the Rose forces eventually broke through their defenses and seized the city of Constantiara. The Ivy Alliance surrendered and their lands were split among the Rose Kings.

Southern Sea

- The Chhantyals, a Western Kirati tribe who were formerly vassals of the Tamangs, have successfuly invaded Townside and established their own hangate there.

- Linaviar is part of the Khas-Kirat Empire, divided between the First Tamsaling Hangate (those dang nabbed Tamangs again) and the Hangate of Tharuwan, and would gain independence in 1250.

Religions

- Buddhism

- Domanium (pagan religion of Domanania; Traditional and Thousand roots Domanium as heresies)

- Nyssic Christian Church (mix of Catholicism and Nyssic paagnism)

- San Jimenean Catholicism (San Jiminez, some Eastern or Central Kirati hangs)

- TBD

Cultures

- Argean Ipachi group (chinesegfx)

- Doman (chinesegfx)

- Central Kirat group (mongolgfx)

- Eastern Kirat group (chinesegfx)

- Northern Khas group (persiangfx)

- Northern Kirat group (bodpagfx)

- Southern Khas group (indiangfx)

- Southern Kirat group (cumangfx)

- Western Kirat group (bodpagfx)

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We realize there's awful lot of nothing when it comes to 1066...so...anyone willing to provide info on their history?

Edit: I have also come to realize that without me invading some clay here and there; TWI history in this time period was awfully peaceful...(I mean, what was I expecting...the average nation here has their history starting in 1800s...)

Alteran Republics wrote:I was discussing your larger map on Discord and advocating for it, because the map I produced was butt ugly and produces all sorts of graphical errors when used in CK2. I advocated for your map, but was somewhat brushed aside because you were "not here". :/

I still strongly believe your map should be used, but the use of the map I greyscaled should be seen as experience for AM.

Athara Magarat - I strongly recommend you work with Verdon on using his map now and scrap the current one - just so you don't spend too much time on the initial map. :)

I'm a little confused. The map that's now being used is a far throw better than the one implemented before. Perhaps I cannot tell on my screen, but I thought most of the graphic errors were fixed besides those ocean artifacts? Can either of you tell me what's going wrong so that I can address those things - also send me the blank that's being used?

As far as map work goes, I only really have time on the weekends.

I am vegetating

Ainslie wrote:Austrovik natural gas, yes, but it depends how much marketshare he has as to whether the global price is affected. Then there's also the consideration of other nations possibly upping supply to lessen the shortage and capitalise on it.

*cough* Aplin Strait *cough*

NSG should come with a Proposition 65 warning.

Athara Magarat wrote:Not much done frankly. Just did renaming and assigning of 5 or 6 Doman provinces and some Magarati dynasties and that was it.

Aye, so don't get too heavily invested in it if you and Verdon can work on a far better map.

Verdon wrote:I'm a little confused. The map that's now being used is a far throw better than the one implemented before. Perhaps I cannot tell on my screen, but I thought most of the graphic errors were fixed besides those ocean artifacts? Can either of you tell me what's going wrong so that I can address those things - also send me the blank that's being used?

As far as map work goes, I only really have time on the weekends.

(This is where all assemblance of clear communication goes out the window on my behalf! :haha:)

The greyscale map I provided AM with was just the map straight from the dispatch, one linked beneath the updated map Van keeps. I greyscaled it and sent it to AM - only then did I learn of your much larger map (the one thats like 10k px wide, as opposed to 1k). Your larger map would make the typography far smoother and remove most of the sudden drop-off cliffs.

Athara Magarat wrote:
In the aftermath of the Imperial War, nearly a thousand Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians were executed for war crimes. These executions of high-profile Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians led to the fringe communist factions eventually coming to power in the Magarat region. However, that is a topic for another discussion.

The following is a list of Imperial Magarati military personnel and civilians who were charged with war crimes. This list includes details on what happened to them and also contains high-ranking Imperial Magarati military commanders who would have likely been charged with war crimes as well if not for their deaths during the great war.

  • Henry Gharabja: Born on 8 June 1890 in Enmore, Kingdom of Townside. Died on 5 May 1956 at the age of 65. Henry Gharabja was a Maghyari Townsider of Chhantyal tribe who studied Mechanical Engineering in University of Townside. In 1902, he was summoned to Liba Hangate as the inheritor of his Magarati uncle who had died in the Second Central Argus War (1894-1901). However, he soon became broke and joined the Four Kham Gun of Liba Hangate. After Liba Hangate joined the pro-Noronican Northern Magarati Alliance and became involved in the Third Central Argus War, Gharabja's promotions in the battlefield further quickened. He participated in the Magarati Revolt against the Magarati Dominion under Noronnican-crown. After the Empire of Magarat was proclaimed, Gharabja proposed mixing armored regiments and mechanized or motorized infantry battalions into heavily-independent 20,000 men guns (divisions) with close air support. Emperor Temur Buduja welcomed his idea and Gharabja was made the Major General of the Iron Gun throughout the Imperial War period. Gharabja's Iron Gun was involved in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. The Iron Gun surrendered to TBDFreePowersnation forces on 1 May 1949. A year later, Gharabja was released from TBDFreePowersnation captivity without any trial due to "lack of evidence" though it was most likely because he cooperated with the Free Powers and provided information on many of his ex-colleagues. He retired to his birthplace Enmore in Townside and remained a staunch Magarati nationalist who was vocal against the division of the former empire into 12 hangates. Before his death six years later, he published his autobiography that presented Buduja and the Empire of Magarat as "defenders of Argus and the East" against "the Western menace from Mesder". His book also claimed that the Iron Gun under him had "not committed any massacres" and had instead "preserved cultural artifacts" in San Montagna and TBDinvadednations.

  • Gyanendra Kumal: Born on December 3 1875 in Seavale, Almorea. Died of heart failure on February 6, 1953 at the age of 77. Gyanendra Kumal's birth name was Gavin Langdon Junior and his father was among hundreds of railroad workers killed by Almorean federal troops in the Panic of 1885. After his father's death, ten year old Gavin Junior was taken in by Magarati relatives on his mother's side and he renamed himself to "sound more Magarati". After failing to pursue his career in art, he joined the prestigious Tamuwani army as a cadet officer and fought in the Third Central Argus War for the North Magarati Alliance. Unlike most other military officers in what would be the Empire of Magarat, Kumal had instead fought against Temur Buduja's revolt against the Magarati Dominion under Nornnican crown. He considered himself apolitical and that he served the Magarati government; no matter whatever its nature was. He was about to retire after the Magarati Revolt and formation of the empire, but Buduja made Kumal the Major General of the Same Gun which took part in the Doman-Magarati War, Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. On 1 May 1949, Kumal was taken as prisoner of war by TBD division of TBDFreePowersnation1 and then sent to TBDFreePowersnation2 where his health worsened. He was charged with war crimes but never put on trial due to his age and poor health; though he eventually died of heart failure after four years of captivity by TBDFreePowersnation1 forces. He famously defended his actions during interrogation by Free Powers with the statement "Tamuwani officers do not mutiny".

  • Kamal Bahadur Praja: Born on August 28 1881 in Chyo-bang City (now known as Adige and in San Montagna), the capital of Hangate of Chatha, Khas-Kirat Empire. Died in prison on 4 November 1954 at the age of 73. Born into the noble Praja clan who had ruled Hangate of Chatha since its birth, Kamal Bahadur Praja became an officer in the Chathaese army and fought for the Southern Magarati Pact in the Third Central Argus War. He became the Major General of Chepangic Gun after the Empire of Magarat was declared and participated in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. On May 5 1943, the Brulafi National Front forces in Arran and Reading rose up against the Magarati garrisons and declared the Democratic Republics of Arran and Reading respectively. Praja was among the generals blamed by Emperor Temur Buduja for failing to prevent this incident and demoted from being the Major General of the Chepangic Gun. He was arrested in late April 1949 by TBDFreePowersnation1's troops and handed over to TBDFreePowersnation2 army. A year later, he was put on trial and sentenced to fifteen years in prison where he died of heart failure.

  • Kesar Kathoriya: Born on 3 April 1885 in Thar City, Marubumi Hangate, Khas-Kirat Empire. Died on 7 January 1971 at the age of 85. Kesar Kathoriya joined the Marubhumi army and fought for the Southern Magarati Pact during the Third Central Argus War. He was promoted to Major General and given command of the Marubhumi Gun which participated in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna, famously as the only Magarati unit involved in the Magarati Invasion of Scantarbia and TBD conflicts. After the Imperial War ended, Kathroriya was found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity in Scantarbia. Though he was sentenced to 15 years in prison, Kathoriya was released "on parole" despite evidences suggesting that this was because he was willing to work for TBDFreePowersnation military.

  • Madan Kusunda: Born on 3 November 1881 in Star City, Hangate of Jaring, Khas-Kirat Empire. Date and cause of death remain unknown. Born into the aristocratic Kusunda clan, Madan Kusunda participated in the Third Central Argus War for the Southern Magarati Pact as a staff officer in the Santhali cavalry. After the declaration of the Empire of Magarat, he was made Major General of the Myahak Gun which was involved in the Ilsan-Magarati Partition of San Montagna and TBD conflicts. Kusunda was arrested on 1 May 1949 by TBDFreePowersnation1 troops. He was implicated of war crimes but then removed from trial due to "medical reasons" without ever being judged or sentenced. Kusunda vanishes from official records after 1949 and this has led to conspiracy theories that claim that the TBDFreePowersnation1whocaughthim hired him instead to secretly work for their military.

Read dispatch

Regarding Imperial War...

Since we do not have the Geneva Convention or an equivalent TWI one, there can be no war criminals.

Tracera wrote:I am vegetating

What, ya turning into a turnip?

Wellsia wrote:Since we do not have the Geneva Convention or an equivalent TWI one, there can be no war criminals.

Yes there are after the war we just try everyone based on the civil law of the victors. These generals are responsible for multiple charges of conspiracy to murder.

Hadzanye wrote:Yes there are after the war we just try everyone based on the civil law of the victors. These generals are responsible for multiple charges of conspiracy to murder.

*criminal law

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