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  • well what did it do in strangereal other than wars

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    • Consider Osea as the Strangereal equivalent of the US. What do we do other than war?

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    • They used the Arkbird to help destroy the leftover fragments of the Ulysesses asteroid. Thats pretty much it.

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    • Razgriz470 wrote:
      They used the Arkbird to help destroy the leftover fragments of the Ulysesses asteroid. Thats pretty much it.

      And also BUILT the Arkbird. That´s too much by itself.

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    • Osea is an interesting place.I hope we see more of it.

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    • I think after the belken war there was somthing about osea contributing to an International Anti Nuclear Weapons agreement. It's kind of a streach though.

      Side Question-Is it ever mentiond  if Osea has a nuclear arsinal?

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    • I don't think so. The only countries that we can confirm have/had nuclear weapons at one point or another are Belka (V1 and V2 nukes) and Erusea (the ICBMs during Megalith).

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    • it was never mentioned whether or not Osea had a nuclear arsenal, however, it could be hinted that they do, as Grunder Industries is not too far from there, and they were selling nuclear warheads to the warring countries iirc.


      Also @Razgriz470, what about Breaking Arrows in AC4, that's Erusea as well, but the final missile was confirmed by AWACS Sky Eye to be a nuke (or at least hinted to). thought I might say something about that

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    • Ah I didn't know about that one. Anyway it doesn't really seem that Osea or Yuktobania or any of the major powers of Strangereal seem to have nuclear weapons because, in reality at least, nuclear weapons would've prevented the majority of the wars in Strangereal. I'm guessing theres some treaty that bans them or something. I find it hard to believe that the Strangreal nations can build superfighters with lasers and massive flying fortresses but not nukes.

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    • Why bulid massive flying fortresses?They can be brought down by a nuclear tipped SAM very easily.

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    • Apparently someone thinks its a good idea cause they've been in every game in one form or another.

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    • Once one country mad a flying fortress i would imagine some others might try it to keep from falling behind in an arms race. Aircraft carriers can be easily destroyed by nukes too, but countries keep building them.

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    • Thunderbolt251 wrote:
      Why bulid massive fortresses?They can be brought down by a nuclear tipped SAM very easily.

      um, SAMs don't target ground targets, you would be thinking of a SSM or an ASM.

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    • He's saying that a nuclear tipped SAM could destroy a flying fortress very easily.

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    • Dunno. I'd say Osea has played some pretty important roles, even if only in wars. After all, it fought the Belkan War (partly) for peace, and it only fought in the Circum-Pacific war because it was tricked. But in the end, Harling did his best to fix things. And he did. Right?

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    • I think Harling was a fool gutting Osea's military at a very danergous time.

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    • Well when Harling downsized the military it was after the end of the Belkan War, when everyone reasonably assumed that Belka was no longer a threat. The only other nation that could possibly stand up to Osea and the time even with a downsized military was Yuktobania, and they were their allies.

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    • If you can say anything about Harling is that he failed to understand the idea "peace through a strong defence."

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    • That's a very incorrect statement. Yuktobania started a war with Osea, but Osea utilized its air power as well as its Arkbird and halted the Yuktobanian invasion.

      After the Yukes' invasion of Sand Island failed, nothing happened for weeks. In fact, the next thing to happen was President Harling going to North Point to discuss peace with Nikanor. But they got kidnapped. Immediately following that kidnapping, Appelrouth invaded Yuktobania.

      If the peace talks had succeeded, then you wouldn't be saying that Harling failed to understand the idea of peace through a strong defense. Because, in reality, he understood the idea best of all.

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    • Very true, very true. It's not that he didn't care about defending, it's that he believed that peace could be achieved.

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