In the alternative timeline, where the Cold War ended with the triumph of the Nationalists. One last battle has be fought. Europe is running out of any possible energy resources, the industry is stagnating and European Union's greatest foe - the union of Eastern European rogue states known as the "Intermarum" has issued an economic blockade on its mighty western neighbor. Too long we have tolerated these hordes making illegal genetic experiments on people and polluting our holy continent with the wastes of their nuclear production. Too long they have polluted the North Pole and refused to disarm. It's time, commander. It's time, commander, to break through their failed regime with our legions of steel and fire.

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Europe's dark hour
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sam_23694 Dec 4 2010, 12:12am says:

u should say wat happened to the usa
:D im gettin interested in this story, which for 1ce doesnt involve america

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Ilves Dec 4 2010, 11:45am replied:

The US is a bit of "busy" in its own internal borders ;) So this time it won't interfere in the European issues

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Lord-Dark-Helmet Dec 6 2010, 5:52am says:

this is how germany should look again xDD just joking...but did I get it right, europe is one state together with germany?? nice!^^

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ErikKiller Dec 21 2010, 12:59pm says:

Estonia would join Germany ;)
Could make as an interesting EU colony.

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Ilves Dec 23 2010, 10:02am replied:

The proximity of non-friendly countries alters Estonia's choice before something big will happen

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Goran Dec 23 2010, 10:56am says:

Hahaha, why is Riga named 'Wilna'? :p

Also, it's Vilnius, not Wilna.

Secondly, Klaipeda under these borders would be part of Germany. Moreso, it's a city with direct access to the Baltic. Palanga is more likely in the position that Klaipeda is in, but that city also has direct access to the Baltic, unlike how it is on the map.

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Ilves Dec 23 2010, 11:26am replied:

1) *adds to his 'to fix' list*
2) We use German name conventions to represent the feeling of this German-dominated world (you can notice also a lot of Russian and other cities entitled with German names)
3) The city-dot is situated inland for purely stylistic reasons. That dot would merge with the black border if placed closer to the sea :P
4) By story Intermarum has only 1 Baltic sea port. Which better it should be?

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Goran Dec 23 2010, 11:44am replied:

Well, the real port is Klaipeda, but until the time period between WW1 and WW2 it was under Germany's control. In January 1923, after the Klaipeda Revolt, it became a part of Lithuania. Its German name was Memel.

If you need a port for Intermarum, I suggest you include Latvia and just pick Riga instead :p Otherwise, Klaipeda would work ( seeing as the Klaipeda region is included in the Intermarum Lithuania section in the other post/image ).

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isa0005 Dec 23 2010, 8:47pm says:

I'd like to ask how did you make this map?

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Ilves Dec 24 2010, 5:39am replied:

absolutely manually, using Photoshop, hands and head.
of course, not without a blank map

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meelis13 Jan 23 2011, 6:03pm says:

name Reval isnt used at least century by now lol, it is called Tallinn!

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Ilves Apr 14 2011, 9:35pm replied:

I know, we just use German name conventions

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Oaks Apr 15 2011, 8:31pm says:

The biggest bitches on world and struggling again just for my little country....Why just we have to be a heart of world...

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bosnian_dragon Apr 21 2011, 5:45pm says:

Independent Bosnia!

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Rebel12Lz Jul 30 2012, 4:06am says:

I think Bulgaria should join the Intermarum

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After the collapse of both USA and USSR, the European continent was left to fend for itself. The Western Europe was integrating under the again-revived banner of nationalism, spreading and replacing older governments. Meantime, in Eastern Europe, Ukrainian leader Kovalenko used the brutal force to revive the dying Warsaw pact. Red Ukraine's tank battalions quickly overrun the weak governments of Romania, Hungary, and even saved Serbia and eastern Poland from total defeat. However, the two powers aren't alone.

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