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  1. Flame of the Flawed

    Per your request. $yndicate CB talk.

    To clarify our involvement in the talks and planning leading up to that conflict (apart from the broader discussion of the thread), we did take part in both, but it wasn't a secret within the coalition of our dissatisfaction as to how the entire conflict and coalition planning had been handled. t$ had strong evidence that certain parties within NB had been looking to attack t$ and that was the basis of a potential CB. t$ initially viewed the potential conflict as being a much more limited conflict with far fewer involved parties. We weren't pleased though when the coalition greatly expanded with barely any consultation with t$ to what was destined to be a massive dogpile. I remember in particular voicing my dissatisfaction to Felkey in how everything had developed (t$ had wanted at most one other party involved in the initial strike, such as TCW or Guardian, and we had also initially been under the assumption that TKR would only be involved if the conflict expanded to Rose-sphere, which we thought was unlikely). We still planned on taking part initially though, due to the update for the blitz being imminent, and also that we had already communicated out to our members that war was imminent and to be prepared for the blitz (i.e. avoid blue balling them). But that was still under the assumption we'd be the only AA on Fark, but when it became clear that wasn't happening, that compounded with the earlier issues led to us withdrawing from the coalition strike since we felt it would be a boring dogpile that wasn't fulfilling our initial intent.
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    $yndicate placeholder Dow

    OMGOMGOMG AVAK WAS RIGHT HE THREW UP AND KNEW WHY AND CAME STRAIGHT HERE OMGOMGOMG Join MI6
  3. Flame of the Flawed

    $yndicate placeholder Dow

    I'm just referencing t$'s internal pushes for sphere splits within the hegemony, with the resistance to those pushes from most other main players ultimately resulting in the move to paperless. You can certainly be concerned about whatever alliances you'd like, but I will say that statistical #1 alliances in this game have a fairly poor track record of actually being the most powerful alliance. It has happened obviously, but it is against the norm. Will it happen with NPO? We will see, but my point is that the rankings on the alliance page aren't all that important.
  4. Flame of the Flawed

    $yndicate placeholder Dow

    Shhh, TKR is in on it. Also, EMC was only used as a coalition name for one war originally, and not a sphere name. It only really became the sphere name once the Syndicate left 'Syndisphere', making the name inaccurate of course, which then led to a new name, 'EMC', becoming generally accepted. To be fair, t$ is the alliance that actively worked to break up our own hegemony
  5. I should clarify that t$ is led by a 3-man Executive Board rather than any single executive, and hence there is no 'head of t$'. This change pertains to the position of Chief Strategic Officer (and everyone knows the real power lies with the Chief Operations Officer ).
  6. Orbis Businessweek - The disgraced former Chief Strategic Officer of the Fortune 500 company SYNDICATE Inc. was sentenced Friday after earlier having been convicted by a jury on numerous felony charges. The executive, who insisted on merely being referred to as 'Uncle Chaunce', had earlier in the year been arrested after being accused of inappropriate groping of a high school aged towel boy at a sauna in the Philippines. Following the arrest, authorities raided his estate, in which the horrific and shocking discoveries were made. After making their way through a series of tunnels, mazes, secret enclosures, and oddly sticky floors, they discovered a vast underground cavern that Uncle Chaunce afterwards simply referred to as his 'sub-basement'. The sub-basement was found to contain thousands of victims (whom Uncle Chaunce claimed were merely seasonal residents), most of whom were highly sedated and enchained within the many crevices of the cavern. Many others were found either in a deep abyss at the center of the cavern, which had a sign made of human hair that merely said, 'activities pit', or in a vat along the periphery of the facility that was filled with an unidentified gelatinous material that the victims referred to as the 'lotion ocean'. During the ensuing trial, Uncle Chaunce was adamant that it was merely a misunderstanding centered around foreign workers who had overstayed their visas, and nothing beyond that. He additionally claimed that he hadn't set foot in his sub-basement in over 4 years as he had 'tired' of it and the 'seasonal residents', and proceeded to lecture the courtroom on why he opposes squatters’ rights. Uncle Chaunce successfully passed a lie detector test pertaining to these claims which he (representing himself in court) argued proved he was the real victim. But the jury, presented with overwhelming evidence of mass illegal activities, was unconvinced and convicted him on all counts. The judge, who from the bench stated this to be the most horrid case he'd ever dealt with, sentenced Uncle Chaunce to life imprisonment without parole. Uncle Chaunce, who was SYNDICATE Inc.'s longest serving executive through its existence and had continuously acted in a governing capacity since the corporate founding nearly 4 years ago, stated he would appeal the decision, and SYNDICATE Inc. announced that Partisan would be taking over the role of Chief Strategic Officer in his stead.
  7. Flame of the Flawed

    Let's Clown Arown' :)

    Let's Clown Arown' Signed for House Stark, King in the North: Zygon Hand of the King: Darth Revan Battle Master: Zygon Master of Coin: Darth Revan Three Eyed Raven: TSA Maester: My2Lemons Signed for the Syndicate, Please post mfw clown reactions in response. Thank you.
  8. Flame of the Flawed

    WE ARE SORRY T$

  9. Flame of the Flawed

    Plot Und Panzer

    I was gonna post something else but love that this has now turned into a generic and educational WW2 thread. p.s. Pearl Harbor was an inside job. Jet fuel doesn't melt steel beams, now does it?
  10. Flame of the Flawed

    Too Lazy to Do This Properly

    t$wift in a non-t$ focused AA announcement? This is DoW worthy.
  11. Flame of the Flawed

    Through Sacrifice and Unity Comes Strength

    I'll reactivate my nation near the end just to thwart you. I already claimed the final post on the MI6 forums before they died.
  12. Flame of the Flawed

    Through Sacrifice and Unity Comes Strength

    Ya, if we follow the old line of CN-AA accusations, TKR was supposed to be MK and t$ was supposed to be MI6. Congrats Cynic on continuing the MI6 Orbisian infiltration operation. So many powerful PnW alliances are now controlled by former MI6. Our plan will soon come to fruition, and then we will summon your best friend, Chimaera, from the ashes of Planet Bob where he will rule in a paranoid psychosis ad infinitum .
  13. Flame of the Flawed

    Shifty News Network-Viewer Discretion is Advised

    Hmm, I think I'm starting to put all the puzzle pieces together properly... Smith = Hitler Smith is persecuting TGH. Hitler persecuted the Jews. According to some of TGH government, TGH = The Jewish Diaspora TGH is The Golden Horde If you do some slight changes to the spelling and inflectional endings, their name is The Gold Hoarders Hoarding wealth is a common anti-Semitic trope in Christendom, whom TGH happens to be allied to. European anti-Semitism led to the murder of over 6 million Jews, some would claim. There are still a few missing pieces, but there is clearly something bigger going on here. What are the greater powers of Orbis hiding from us? Why aren't more people asking questions? Am I reading this correctly? p.s. @Fraggle
  14. Flame of the Flawed

    The Ayyslamic Caliphate posts

    Oh man, that brings back some memories. And yes, your surprise protection will be a great asset for the greater good of the Syndicate Corporation. Old school. Most of our wars were fought that way, and they seemed to always involve the most fun.
  15. Flame of the Flawed

    Pantheon is back in the game :D

    FACT: Zeebrus has always pulled the strings behind the Syndicate. ...those with open eyes will see...
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