Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Petike, Jul 11, 2018.
Pretty cool. It's an interesting twist on a Fallout-type world
Thanks! I was mainly trying to make it a bit more believable with most factions being truly evil with even the raiders having their own culture and sense of honor.
Up next are the Sentinels of the Wastes. Anything you want expanded on or any faction ideas?
No, just wish to know more about the Brotherhood-Texan feud and conflict
You mean the Holy Friars right? In which case I'll be getting too that soon...
Also speaking about NOT!Brotherhood operations in Texas...
Yeah, Holy Friars, sorry. I really wanna delve into that. How popular is pan-Texan Unionism in West Texas? I'm gonna take a wild guess and say not at all
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Yeah it's not exactly the most popular idea with non assimilated cowboy clans, the Holy Friars, Disciples of Chuck Norris and independent township's all calling the place home.
Admittedly the planned sequel did have some good ideas but yeah I get your point.
Well too bad . Still, I wonder why. Did the Texan identity die, or something? Also, Disciples of Chuck Norris? Tell me more
Not really. Plenty of surviving towns still see themselves as Texan it's just that some don't want to give up their autonomy. When they can rely on the Friars to keep themselves safe from any serious threats as long as they got an agreement with them. Though are definitely plenty of others who are willing to listen...
Oh you will.
You don't have to do this, but maybe have Texas be a confederation of autonomous communities? It'd be very likely after a nuclear fallout, and is in line with Texas, and the current lore already written (plus, as a Texan, a lot of folks here wouldn't mind it if we already had more autonomy)
Yeah I could see Texas at least some what sticking together after the chucking ended.
Maybe not the Holy Friars, I like that idea of the oilmen becoming their own thing
Right I'm currently thinking about there being three major groups with the Republic of Texas; the Sanctuary residents and their descendants who've began interacting with the wider world, the various independent township's that survived the nuke chucking or were formed afterwards and the assimilated cowboy clan who had to join after being decimated after some raider clans moved into their territories.
Though right now they're slowly expanding westward into western Texans where they're encountering and absorbing other groups. With the Friars and a few others being a bit more "difficult" to deal with.
I like this a lot
No More Nowhere: The Iron Regime
Margaret Thatchers time in control of the United Kingdom, would be more commonly known as either "The Iron Years" or "The Iron Regime", many comparing it to a dictatorship, or an authoritarian regime, which would bring it at odds with the IRA and even the old monarchy...
Among the many iconic images of the Iron Regime, is the radiation burned traffic warden, who like many lawmen in the fractured country would be given the authority to kill and to make examples of looters and criminals.
A riot within a makeshift prison in 1981, which would see seventeen people killed, and thirty injured.
King Andrew I, known previously as Prince Andrew, would be declared the Monarch of the United Kingdom in 1980 to appease the monarchists. Many critics would point out how he was nothing more than a figure head for Thatchers regime, kept mostly within Wales on a private estate.
Police patrolling the streets after a food and labour riot. Instances like this, as well as multiple large scale labour strikes being broken up (In many cases with lethal force) would see men like Harold Wilson forming the "Labour Army", which would launch a guerrilla war within the streets of London...
Much like how throughout the formerly United Kingdom, guerrilla wars would grow into full scale wars and revolutions.
photo taken from the 1992 “LA Rising” after the “King incident” and “Cruz killing” by the end of the two week rebellion over 500 would be dead from gun battle between gangs and police. It saw police then national guards taking on sniper fire and gang ambushes. This would prove the lay the ground work for what many would call the “American Troubles”
Communist Youth during a May Day celebration in Soviet occupied America.
After the invasion, KGB assets assumed control over many American publications, creating a series of pro-Soviet, pro-socialist propaganda pieces in the Americans' native English.
Communist Youth and Young Pioneer troops stand behind pro-Soviet collaborators during a special event hosted by the occupied government of Texas. The flags of the world's socialist regimes stand in the background.
Actually from the TV series Amerika.
I remember watching that show on YouTube a few months back I might give it a rewatch thanks to this.
It was an interesting scenario. Still like Red Dawn more, but maybe that's just me.
With Scarlett Johansson and Samuel L Jackson
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