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Year 2. The EU is on the verge of blockade. Surrounded by hostile fleets of Turan and Iran, the remainder ships of Europe not used in the Baltic and Artctic are trying hard to breakthrough the Atlantic blockade. ...meanwhile our artists are doing their best in bringing the sci-fi part of RR universe to let you again feel the feeling when you first time played Tiberium Dawn and RA1 campaigns.

Posted by Ilves on Jul 14th, 2013

Year 2. Current political situation.
The EU is on the verge of blockade. Surrounded by hostile fleets of Turan and Iran, the remainder ships of Europe not used in the Baltic and Artctic are trying hard to breakthrough the Atlantic blockade.

...meanwhile our artists are doing their best in bringing the sci-fi part of RR universe to let you again feel the feeling when you first time played Tiberium Dawn and RA1 campaigns. Or C&C Generals.

Turanic başıbozuks

The Turanic başıbozuks (Turkish "Head cuters") are the irregular militias fighting for the interest of Great Turan, mostly originating from poor republics of Central Asia.Başıbozuks were irregular fighters during the Russo-Ottoman wars.

The first time in modern history the başıbozuk division were re-created by the Turkish Prime Minister Karadığan during the conflict with the Meclis.When Karadığan tried to strengthen his power, the Meclis rallied its civilian supporters and loyal military regiments. Karadığan rallied his personal başıbozuk forces and won the conflict, enabling him to achieve unprecented powers in Turkey since the time of Mustafa Kemal.Later başıbozuks became the key fighters against pro-Russian central Asian regimes, enabling Turkey to topple local governments without involving its regular armed forces.

The başıbozuk are loyal and courageous fighters, and although they are underequipped they always fight to the end. Enemy soldiers never risk to surrender to başıbozuk alive, prefering suicide over giving up.

Trike concept

Intermarium Trike is a light, cheap and versatile vehicle which is used by troops loyal to Lukashenko. Initially a makeshift design by governmnet loyalists made to quell pro-EU riots, the idea was found too good and after a number of factorial upgrades reached mass-productions. Intermarian scouts and infantry battalions operate a large number of these robust, but cost-effective vehicles of the Eastern European freedom.

EU Command Center concept

Because of the threat of Russian bombers and Intermarium ballistic missiles, EU command structures are situated far in the depth of European continent surrounded by a chain of SAM defences or on European Colonial Fleet's flagships.

EU Infantry

After the withdrawal of US from Eurasia, there is no troop better equipped than the European (except from Japanese on the other tip of the continent). The soldiers from UK, France, Germany, Netherlands and every other EU country up to Estonia are loyal and well-trained, armed with the best weapons Europe can provide them. Many of them have gone through Libya, Yugoslavia, US campaigns and street fighting in Koenigsberg. The soldiers of EU are highly-motivated to put an end to Lukashenko's dictatorial rule or bring true democracy to the vast forests of Siberia.

Using their hi-tech night and thermal vision channels can destroy most enemy infantry while being itself unseen in smoky and dark environment.

That's all for now, folks. Stay tuned, track us and remember never to go drunk in water :D


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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Jul 14 2013, 10:01am says:

Did Iran became some short of huge regional power/superpower in this timeline? Cause it would take quite a large navy to challenge EU.

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p*a*t*t*o*n
p*a*t*t*o*n Jul 15 2013, 12:45am replied:

Agreed, as of now they'd har to blockade it with speedboats and ussr castoffs

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Jul 15 2013, 1:27am replied:

Correction:British castoffs. All of the major surface combatants of the IRIN are made in Britain. Though they are started making ships on heir own.(5 frigates under construction with a series of destroyer planned to laid down in 2017)

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Jul 15 2013, 1:46am replied:

Ilves would appreciate a reply here.

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p*a*t*t*o*n
p*a*t*t*o*n Jul 15 2013, 12:23pm replied:

Touché, I'm pretty sure they've got some kilos though. I guess I'm confusing their domestic products for the designs they're based on

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Jul 15 2013, 1:55pm replied:

3 kilos. All gone though heavy indigenous modification and upgrades.

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p*a*t*t*o*n
p*a*t*t*o*n Jul 15 2013, 3:17pm replied:

Still be pretty hard pressed to blockade the eu, even with the us gone. It would take a whole heck of a lot of suspension of disbelief to buy the Iranians coming up with the hardware to fight the best the European navies have to offer and win

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Jul 16 2013, 12:54am replied:

Not exactly. With US gone, Russian probably made some deal of a lifetime with them. And Turkey probably got along (Given that they're both hostile to EU). There is also nations like South Africa and Brazil whe were never really hostile to Iran in the first place. And lets not forget Israeli tech as that is probably one of the first nation to fall(There is no way Israel can survive without US backing).

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p*a*t*t*o*n
p*a*t*t*o*n Jul 16 2013, 1:54pm replied:

Even with Russian/south African/Israeli support, it would take a lot to buy them defeating the combined eu navies, which have ships like the astute, type 212, and type 42 which are among the very best if not the best of their class.
On a side note, Israel is a lot more capable of defending themselves than you think. At the very least they would leave large sections of Iran as radioactive glass if it did fall.

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Jul 16 2013, 2:51pm replied:

Did you count all the other Arab nations in your calculation? Beside, Israel mast have a economy first, and they won't going have one without US and EU.

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p*a*t*t*o*n
p*a*t*t*o*n Jul 16 2013, 4:23pm replied:

The collective Arab world has in fact tried to destroy Israel before, multiple time in fact. It didn't go so well for them. :)
I agree without US support (Europe hasn't really backed them in a long, long time so they are a non-issue) they will be vulnerable, but they would still be far from helpless.
One more thing on Iran: they are neither Arab nor Sunni, and unlikely to be found leading any kind of coalition against Israel in the Middle East.

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Ilves
Ilves Jul 15 2013, 7:42am replied:

without USA as a counterweight, the IRI has swollen into gigantic size, similarly to Turkey

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Jul 15 2013, 9:17am replied:

I'm a bit in the dark here, what happened to USA?

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Ilves
Ilves Jul 15 2013, 10:01am replied:

they're heavily "busy" :D

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70 Jul 15 2013, 10:40am replied:

Shattered Union?

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p*a*t*t*o*n
p*a*t*t*o*n Jul 15 2013, 12:25pm replied:

Makes sense, not too far-fetched and a lot better excuse than the same "isolationism" rehash over and over and over again

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5thHorseman
5thHorseman Jul 14 2013, 10:10am says:

Kõlab huvitavalt

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Ilves
Ilves Jul 14 2013, 4:29pm replied:

tänan, venna-Eesti!

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Comanche_Prime
Comanche_Prime Jul 14 2013, 10:44am says:

That's FAMAS on last picture?

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5thHorseman
5thHorseman Jul 14 2013, 12:24pm replied:

Looks like it, or at the very least something similar,

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Nuttah
Nuttah Jul 18 2013, 12:31pm replied:

Whatever it is, at first glance it looks like its barrel starts in what looks like a hole in the stock.

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CaptainIstvan
CaptainIstvan Jul 14 2013, 11:23am says:

Nice this game looks better and better as time goes by.

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