I just read Stars and Stripes Forever and I really liked it! It was a well-thought-out scenario which also incorporated some plot-driven elements which were also fun to read. The map was also incredibly detailed, and I think it struck a good balance between the various surviving regimes in terms of composition, ideology, etc. Really nice work!
I think it's great that you're gonna give Separated at Birth a solid end even when you're tired of it. About these rolls, it sucks to see all this doubt, negativity, about where things are going, about how you'll write. Mostly seems like people who're rooting for a stomp, and want to push the story that way. I hope this doesn't make finishing this any harder or less fun, its a really impressive piece of work.
I have been following a lot of your maps but I have taken interest in one map that has sea levels above 1,500m. Do you still have it? Could you sent me the link to the thread where is located. I know you mentioned it on Map Thread X (I think) but I can't find it.
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P.S. I really liked The Falcon Cannot Hear. You're such a Master!
hey quick question, if I ever get into eu4 modding (aside from my current mod that I'm testing my skills with), is it alright if I do a mod based on your Stars and Stripes Forever Timeline? I'll give credit in the steam description.
Do you have a full list of threads of the projects you've made? I love all of your work but I can't seem to find all of it. Also, any suggestions to timelines or ISOTS that have maps to accompany them would be fantastic.
Thanks so much, Charles
In Bring Me Men to Match My Mountains, is the Meriga Republic named after America? Only realized the possibility once reading it again after all these years and spotting the mention you made of how they had adopted so many trappings and ideas from America.
Thank you so much for all of the amazing writing you have done. You offer such a fantastic and educated view into history that totally encapsulates my mind. You've given me something to look forward to in a difficult time in my life and for that you have my highest gratitude.
Hello. I'm an enormous fan of The Falcon Cannot Hear, but there's something I don't understand. Why did Stalin invade China? I've heard he was very risk averse, so it doesn't seem to make sense that he'd try to conquer the world's most populous country.