Hi all, it's been over a year since I updated the blog and for that I am ever so sorry. Mental health got in the way but I'm back on track! 2 stone lighter and 2 waist sizes slimmer! I've been wondering what to do. The ultramodern timeframe has lost its interest on me, however I still very much love the Cold War, and what's better than retconning half of the stuff I've already written and starting the timeline again?
We'll be focusing on the actual war of independence, including the uprising, and ousting, of Her Majesty's Government. I've got a lot planned, and as I'm actually painting again maybe we'll see some staged scenes of key events!
Until next time,
Friday, 6 May 2016
Friday, 11 September 2015
'Border Guards from Bugabu have quashed an attempt to smuggle drugs across the border. It is believed that the shipment of cocaine originated from the South American region.'
'It is known that the drugs are smuggled from South America and Asia and are brought into both Natonga and Bugabu. From there they are smuggled into Europe. Mostly Eastern and Central Europe.'
'There has been an increased presence of U.S. Agents (DEA) in Natonga and along the border, working in conjunction with the border guard of both nations.'
Saturday, 25 July 2015
Monday, 29 June 2015
"Italian Peacekeepers stationed around Light Springs have come under attack during a routine patrol."
"It is believed that members of the NLA are responsible for the attack which left 2 dead and several injured. The attack happened around dawn as the group approached the centre of the town. A number of residents came out of their homes to berate the soldiers, throwing bottles and bricks in their direction."
"The scene quickly escalated as gun shots rang out amongst the crowd, with the first Italian hitting the ground dead. The residents dispersed and the Peacekeepers engaged the terrorists head on."
Friday, 26 June 2015
'Members of the 1st Airborne have dropped in the fields around Dopetown today as tensions rise within the area. There has been an increasing number of NLA members making the town their home and garrison.'
'General Papanu Guinea said that the men were "prepared for war, wether they be outnumbered or under equipped" and that these terrorists were nothing more than "cowards and traitors".'