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Lelouch Vi Britannia

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  1. Britannian Military/Provincial Re-Organization With the fall of Mt. Fuji district, Britannia had a small problem on their hand, and it slowly began to seem that Britannia was beginning to once again decline. After a handful of successful moves to establishing order and influence, Britannia has now begun to fall from it's peak. As it stands the Mt. Fuji District's garrison has mainly been established in the Neutral Territory of Macau and Hong Kong, with minimal military presence mainly reserved for it's new colony of Bangkok. While no official reports have come out, it is expected there will be one soon. Other news is that the Britannian Knights, the provincial government of Britannia has begun to re-organize itself amongst a large amount of time without reforms. These issues, come as more northern provinces begun to be added to Britannia through peaceful discussions and the success of Britannia's economy. Provided in the photo below illustrates the new provinces joining The Holy Britannian Empire, meaning that this will also see new changes to it's military system as well. In preparation for these changes, the entire Britannian military has begun preparations to be moved around the Empire in order to allow it's command structure to better align with the interests of Britannia. This will see new positioning, in the army, air and sea all around the Empire to better protect it. Though these changes haven't been announced, they are expected to be publicly announced along with the new provincial reforms that are prepared.
  2. "The extent of your knowledge regarding a seemingly false claim to cross the Ocean into our sphere of influence looks more like a land grab than an attempt to protect those who follow your ideology. Currently as it stands those of Cuban citizenship with no criminal records will have the freedom of movement within the now fractured state of Cuba. Any citizens of Durotar do not have permission of travel on the other hand as our base nations haven't begun diplomatic proceedings. If you are willing to begin them here and now, I am within full power to carry-out anything agreed to here."
  3. Hawaii Britannian Frigates would cruise past the coast of Hawaii multiple times a day for weeks on end. This was all during a secret conversation of Hawaii's local government and Britannia's government. Anytime things would go in the wrong direction, or Britannia needed to be firm in their response the ships would sail past, not into their waters but close enough that the government got the message. The talks would last a few weeks before finally, Hawaii would be integrated into Britannia. Hawaii would become a province of Britannia, not an occupied state. It's government would remain in power and it's citizens keep their rights so long as they pledge their loyalty to Britannia. This was ensured by a naval base being transferred over to Britannia for "safekeeping" and act as a way for Britannia to still have some control over the islands. Most had no quarrel with Britannia, as their daily lives didn't change, no uprising, no protests. Though, this might be because no one really knows the true extent of the meetings Britannia had with Hawaii.
  4. C.C gave a light chuckle before regaining her composure to readdress the guide, "You couldn't have been requested by exiled Cuban fighters because there were no exiled fighters. Britannia was in full control of the capital within 3 days, before any real army could have been arranged. The surrender of Cuba had all their military personal remain in their positions, no one was put out of a job. We could you use the same excuse that the current points that are begin held by your Union are under foreign occupation. The only difference being our country isn't on the other side of an Ocean."
  5. Republic of Hong Kong and Maccau Kei gave a light sigh and patted Will on the shoulder. "Regardless of what you do, you proved yourself. The remaining troops and some cruisers will remain here for the time being, it's better if you have some order here. I will return to Britannia." He had intended to leave the small garrison that had survived to help with the refugees as an extension of Britannian help since the fall of Mt. Fuji district. The rest of the ships, except for two cruisers would leave making the journey back to Britannia before the blockade set it.
  6. Mt. Fuji District Sirens blared loudly around the docks. This was the most intense moments so far in the battle for Mt. Fuji District. With shots coming ever so close to civilian ships, Britannian ships were taking the risk of not firing back to not make themselves legitimate targets. However, the Britannian military ships were more than glad to fire their much more powerful cannons at Rokkenjima artillery and other shots into the city. These shells sent shock-waves through the city, it was a brutal fight. Britannian soldiers were holding off vampires and withes, while they also fought against one another. The city wasn't dark at all, it was on fire. (City of Fuji burning) The governor grabbed Will's arm as he grabbed his pulling the governor to safety. "The call has already gone out, if we don't hurry up we'll be the ones left behind!" he exclaimed as attempted to make his way to board the final ship. Nearly every soldier except for a handful had boarded. The final few were waiting for the governor and will fighting to ensure they would be able to escape. As soon as they would board, the fleet would leave, but time was ticking. (Britannian military ships fires on Rokkenjima targets in Fuji)
  7. "We would need to elaborate more on what the security and freedom of people in the Americas mean. I feel like this could be taken out of context, and as such would need to be properly discussed more. As for troop movement, we can't any military naval craft, aircraft or military units besides infantry to help in the movement. Transports would be allowed, along with troops, but not more than 5,000. This hub, also can't host any foreign armies or equipment."
  8. New York/USA The first order of business was reintegrating New York into Britannia. After a minor battle with USA forces a while back, Britannia had been rebuilding the airports and other infrastructure to get the city moving once more. A couple hundred Britannian soldiers were sent to aid in the reconstruction of the city which is expected to be finished in the coming weeks. After that, the soldiers would be re-deployed to other areas to assist in their duties. It was this potential to be rebuild by the military and pay no local price on repairs that opted in some former-USA provinces to join The Holy Britannian Empire willingly. More troops would be deployed to these areas near Texas to also aid and help restore order in the region. With nearly no money, these services would be paid by Pendragon to better convince former states to join The Holy Britannian Empire willingly rather than by force.
  9. C.C took in what the representative said for a moment before thinking it over. "We will allow the southern tip of Cuba to be released from Britannian control and given to the Union. Civilians of Cuba may choose to leave Britannian controlled Cuba to head to the Union, and all others laws and whatnot can be fleshed out later. The core point, us handing over a bit of Cuba over to the Union, and that piece will be the only recognized claim in the Americas."
  10. Mt Fuji District The governor sat at the window almost casually smoking as he watched from the City Hall windows at the fires that could be seen in the far distance. "Seems like we're out of time then, let's not waste any more time and get moving to the ships before they leave us." The governor had finished destroying sensitive Britannian documents that were placed in the capital of Fuji. In addition, he had prepared a "farewell" gift to whichever forces would take the city. In the meantime, all active forces had finally set up a line around the docks before they to would begin their escape. (Black Lines main defence line around the docs) (Red Gears illustrate artillery points that are rigged to blow) While some artillery points aren't firing (The father away ones) The ones in a U shape near the docks are, and are concentrated near the Britannian HQ. The howitzers continued to fire in all directions, at bridges, roads, and anywhere large amounts of hostiles were reported. They were protected by troops close to the docks to insure they wouldn't lose their artillery until they left. Even now, knowing that the artillery wouldn't be able to be saved, they planned to blow up as much of their munitions and howitzers as possible before making a final dash to the docks. Even with the final city about to fall, Britannian ships didn't fire in order to hold up their neutral alignment in carrying civilians and refugees. In total 3 transport ships and 3 cruisers were aiding in the extraction. However, it was the cruiser meant for military personal and it's respected ships that flew the Britannian Battle Flag, and not a white flag like the others did. This cruiser, as it made it's rounds following the fighting, unleashed a volley of shells at Numazu/Mishima in an attempt to wipe out a large contingent of enemy forces, bridges, and any armour hey might have to slow their advance.
  11. "While I agree it's a matter of perception, you don't see Britannia setting up shop anywhere close to the Union. If we are to hope for a peaceful outcome, we need to be both willing to negotiate. Though, it wouldn't hurt to know to know what is on or off the table. We're willing to come to reasonable terms to settle the standoff." C.C made it clear she was very willing to negotiate, she wanted to ensure a peaceful end to this potential conflict.
  12. Mt Fuji District Britannian Forces were on the run, two different sides were now closing in. However, this didn't mean Britannia was out of the fight. Despite the North now officially fallen to outside forces Britannia's troops were slowly but surly relocating towards the docks and the city of Fuji. Reports were coming in that a different sides was also engaging the witches, though due to their entry into Mt. Fuji district, and no previous contact being made all contacts were considered hostile. So far Britannia had managed to starve off losing any major confrontations. It was a few picks here and there though any units behind the withdraw point were more than likely KIA. However, now Britannia was taking a bit more of a hit, with the loss of a small unit of artillery and soldiers the order was given to concentrate all artillery units to concentrate in the city of Fuji. Soldiers were now given the order to form a defensive line around the city of Fuji and the docks. This was Britannia's last resort to defend. Almost eight hundred soldiers had made it to the final defence line. With the rest meeting an unknown fate. It was time for Britannia's faceoff. It wasn't known what happened to the troops who were left behind. They were ready to fight to the end however, no one would surrender and no one would be captured. The entire plan was to buy time and minimize casualties, and that's exactly what Britannia was doing. Everything was going according to plan, minus the fact the docks were under threat now.
  13. Mt. Fuji District "The situation today has changed, we've spent hours buying time for the ships to leave, and we have done that now. It's now time we made the witches hurt. The North West defence lines will be relocated to assist in defending the Rokkenjima push in the East. Since Rokkenjima has failed on attacking the West, we will insure that crossing will be near impossible, while we can tolerate a few ground forces, the East has too much of an issue of the possibly of armour. " "It's time for Phase 2" - Governor Kei Sakura Understanding that the witches were using projections was very clear once introduced, for the North East. However, there was no way around taking the risk or not, so they had to be treated as live targets. With this power, and lack of resources Britannia began to employ different tactics as they were slowly pushed back. Gotemba and Susono would be nearly abandoned by the time the witches would arrive. A handful of Britannian Troops would offer light resistance in order to lure the main force into the city before firing off flares calling in Britannian artillery strikes on the advancing witches. Everything would be carefully done, these troops would be giving up their lives to insure Rokkenjima took the bait and paid dearly for it. (Black is withdraw lines for Gotemba and Susono) (Red is for new defence line near Mishima) The situation was different at the Mishima border. As they were closer to the docks, they were more than willing to exhaust bullets and shells on the enemy. Since the border was a lot more open, it was also a lot harder to maintain a solid line. Instead, as Britannia held their line they would be setting up tank barriers and minefields within the city. This would not only stall armor when and if it were to cross, but also force Rokkenjima to give up their cover from the city into the open where they could be easily fired at from artillery. This was still Britannia's advantage that Rokkenjima couldn't have. If they wanted to advance, they couldn't do anything about Britannia's artillery, since it was behind their lines, even if they tried, Britannia's front lines would be a lot closer to strike back. While this position was very favorable to inflict damage, Britannia was also preparing to withdraw in the event their flanks were broken. (Britannian Howitzers firing on Rokkenjima positions)
  14. C.C would follow along with her guide, she hadn't been to this area of the world since the Great Arabian Rebellion. Touring the area was a nice change of play, and as such she would join in small talk with her guide. When asked what her objective is she made it clear, "My objective here is to discuss the future of the Americas. We know the Union has moved their interests across the ocean to Britannia's doorstep. Rather than spending lives and bullets, I'm here to spend words in order to encourage cooperation between our nations for both our interests peacefully."
  15. Taking applicants to Canada yet? We have our own issues as well, but we will be happy to discuss that over some drinks and hockey. Peace and love from Canada to you and the Yanks in these times.
  16. Attending the important discussions with the Union of Durotar and representing Britannia would be C.C. As an expect of Britannia's diplomacy of handling multiple foreing nations in the past she would be given the task of discussing a peaceful end to tensions in the Americas. As the guides prepare the arrival of C.C it wouldn't be too long of a visit, as she preferred to have the job done. Though, hearing that residence would be provided, some time would be spared to enjoy her time in the Union of Durotar.
  17. Britannia is willing to enter these talks in hopes of reaching a resolution with the Union of Durotar. However, it should be noted, that Britannia does not have a anti-communist sentiment and the invasion of Cuba was instead done in hopes to secure peace in the region. Britannia also points out that they'd have not worked with the Soviets if these claims were true. Furthermore, Britannia will attend, and do their best to once again discuss the future of the Americas and insure everything goes smoothly.
  18. Mt Fuji District A handful of breaches had taken place along Britannia's first defensive lines. This report would shake a few units at the news of the success of Rokkenjima's attacks, aided with their howitzer strikes Britannia was taken back by the attack, but didn't stop. While the first reports of Britannia KIAs began to come in, it was time for Britannia to hit back, and this time they would hit hard The Britannian units holding the Northern cities would fall back into the cities themselves. What looked like a retreat was instead a ploy to lure the Rokkenjima witches into killing fields. Once they attempted to repeat their previous attacks, Britannia would be prepared this time by luring the witches into either areas near or in the city where snipers could fire at them from safety. Or they would lure the enemy into killing lanes where once Britannian troops were out of the way machine guns would be used to fire at advancing enemies. This retreat signaled the first line of defence being given up. The order was given and every bridge connecting Rokkenjima to the Mt. Fuji district, roads, bridges, anything besides the main roads would be blown up by pre-placed explosives. Multiple strikes on these points would put immense fire on checkpoints, and entry points all around the Mt. Fuji District. Furthermore, Britannian artillery strikes which were not sucessful up until now would begin to chart out where the enemy howitzers would fire and relocate. This would be done in an attempt to predict where the enemy would re-locate and fire on them before they could fire. This would be greatly aided by the height advantage of Mt. Fuji had over Rokkenjima. Of course, this was only until Rokkenjima would send their armour in. That's when the fun would begin.
  19. Britannian Response The emergence of a new nation in Americas immediately had the attention of The Holy Britannian Empire, and by extension the Emperor. A nation with a charismatic leader was something that needed to be watched carefully, as history has told this story many times. In order to get a better idea of what they were dealing with Britannia would send their own Emperor to meet with this new leader escorted along with his Avalon. This would be a meeting that would shape the future of the Americas.
  20. Britannian Response Britannia is willing to come to the table to negotiate proper trading guidelines relating to inspections, and certain resources not being allowed to be transported. However, Britannia is only willing to approach this area of negotiation if the Union of Durotar withdraws it's claims in the Americas. If compliant, Britannia will be inclined to work alongside the Union of Durotar in terms of trade if any only when they are able to meet half way.
  21. Britannian War Room "New York has recovered more or less from the war with the Former United States. With this we can move in and re-integrate the city back into Britannia." Suzaku pointed at the map and moved a pawn chess piece over the city as various other members of Britannia's government looked over the map contemplating the issues back at home. This was all taking place during the evacuation of the Mt. Fuji District. "Another thing may I suggest is our presence in Venezuela is now no longer needed. We got what we came for, so we can move those resources and give a slight boost to incorporating some western provinces into Britannia. We can use the land for either civilian use, or we can turn it into a military installation. Either one will work." C.C gave the idea non-nonchalant as Suzaku moved another chess piece over the lands she was discussing. It wasn't even a question due to the fact any resistance would be very light due to the military dominance Britannia had over the lands around Britannia. It had effectively made Britannia able to do almost anything. "These are all good points to raise, but I think we are forgetting Hawaii, and a replacement for Mt. Fuji District. We are gonna lose temporarily a valuable resource, as such I want to ensure our plans in the Asian theater aren't going to be stopped by some troublesome witches." Lelouch gave his input as he moved a rook into Hawaii and a Queen to Bangkok. "Thailand is ruled by a King, so I will make my presence known to him. From there we can continue with what we were doing before. The ships we sent for the evacuation while will strain us a bit, I doubt we will need the extra firepower this time. I'll go myself to get it done." Lelouch got up from his seat as he walked over the map before giving it one last look. "We are only getting started gentlemen and ladies, the best is yet to come."
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