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the steam age
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Lobositz's Lamentable Loss
Arabian Failure(Map Game)
Unfortunately the user before you was a little trigger happy and things in the game didnt translate to his imagination. Shiba no longer exists, Toki and Hateyama are hostile and a recent war saw half the Daimyo's attack the Shogunate for its expansionist policies. Scandinator (talk) 00:21, March 17, 2014 (UTC)
Assuming China agrees, do you think it would be preferable to fight a coalition war or would you prefer to just provide military aid?
The Jingtai Emperor is more amicable with the idea of working with the Shogun. However, he would like to request that the Chinese influence on Kyushu, Shikoku and Settsu (Osaka) is recognised. The Koryak Confederacy is a very weak tribal organization at the present and neither Japan nor China will recognize it at this stage. In OTL, Japan attacked the Ainus for centuries and occupied their lands. The Koryaks are less developed than even them and the idea of holding a port in Manchuria is insane. They dont have the population to do that. Scandinator (talk) 03:27, March 24, 2014 (UTC)
In retrospect, the idea of my country capturing a port in the Jurchens's land seems a little implausible, so .... oh, wait, it's been said (I actually kind of agree with Scandinator here, except for the weak and undeveloped bit.) Krasnoyarsk (talk) 20:39, March 24, 2014 (UTC)
It's not claims, its Chinese influence. The Hosokawa-Kono Clan region is ruled by a third-cousin of the Jingtai Emperor who is infertile and had sent his brothers back to China as eunuchs to take away their potential claims when he seized the throne. Scandinator (talk) 05:30, March 26, 2014 (UTC)
We would definently be happy to offer an alliance to create a stronger asia, however my intentions are to keep trade with colonial powers to boost my economy. I offer diplomacy on this turn. Aternix (talk) 05:21, August 2, 2014 (UTC)
RE: PM3 Map
In Southeast Asia the two fragmented states south of Dai Viet are Khmer and Champa. In modern day Indonesia the two fragmented states in the north are Aru and Pagaruyung. Let me know if those were the states you were wondering about. Mscoree (talk) 15:59, March 23, 2014 (UTC)
MOVE IN WORLD POWER
What it says above. Saturn120 23:04, March 24, 2014 (UTC)
Sorry you should not be in the phillipines, hate to say it took me too long to notice but its implausible for you to be down that direction settling anything. That isnt standing up to scrutiny my bad for not noticing until now as you can tell not many of the mods are active
japan and the east indies
do you plan on taking lands in that area?
because i kind of already have designs on the area. i dont mind you trading there but i am already under way towards establishinga colonial empire there. With Blood and Iron (talk) 11:50, June 20, 2014 (UTC)
dont worry he is only taking the phillipines and new guinea the rest will be mine but im going to be propping up malacca as a client state/protecterate of the dutch empire, to protect the area from other euros and to give a balance of power in the region. ill be taking some of the islands mainly java and sumatra and the rest will become the sultanate of malaya. With Blood and Iron (talk) 12:26, June 20, 2014 (UTC)
itll continue though most of it will be in dutch favor, but i wont impede toby from making allies and trade relations. but remember the region will be under dutch protection.With Blood and Iron (talk) 12:47, June 20, 2014 (UTC)
Sorry about the mistake! I saw what you posted on Feud's talkpage, and I am sorry for the mistake of adding another Atropatene under the Arabian nations. There is only one Atropatene, bordering the Caspian Sea, this one here . Again, sorry about the confusion!