View Full Version : DBWI: No Colonial Aid for the 31st
October 11th, 2006, 02:00 AM
What if the 117th Colonial Legionnaires regiment had not come to the 31st Native Yucatan regiment's aid at the battle of Rockport?
October 12th, 2006, 01:30 AM
57? Bump of shame
October 12th, 2006, 02:40 PM
Then the Liberian Homeguard would've been deployed with The President's Own 60th Rifles based in the Filipino Isles making their way to the Yucatan by blimp.
The 31st Native Yucatan was really nothing more than a quick militia drawn from the poorer aspects of Mejican society. And if that wasn't enough to stop the Dutch and German backed Haitian menace in the Caribbean then obviously we would've had to sue for peace at the loss of Jamaica.
This scenario is so overdone it's not even interesting anymore. Why not address the failed Russian landings off of Mosquita?
October 13th, 2006, 06:01 AM
Well consider that the Chinese Imperial Court in Nanjing was occupied by the Kon Ming "Socialist Outages" in Shanghai and Beijing. Certainly Emperor Pu Yi was concerned with about the plight of the Yucatan, and was willing to see a force in defiance of the Detente and the League of Nations....
October 14th, 2006, 02:28 AM
But the 117th left the legendary 1st Rasta Fari's Own Rifles to fend for themselves at the 3rd battle of the Everglades. Could the 117th have been held back, leaving the 31st to fend for themselves? I know a lot of people say that the 9th Corps of the South Texan Militia were the real heroes of the battle, but honestly, do you really think that they could have made that charge without the 117th? The 117 layed down cover fire so that those pro- Xamayca Reclamation air pirates could take out all of the heavy stuff that would have otherwise cut down all those STM men.
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