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Pator Tech School
Posted - 2005.09.12 17:38:00 - [1]

SA vs SE objectivity

#1 Trigger and MASS decided to leave Stain and then decided to come back with no regard for SE's claims based on Stain history...Triggers original post did not indicate a strong attempt at negotiations it seemed he felt a claim to Stain after abandoning it. "If you choose to leave your region and alliance you forfeit all claim to anything other than your corp every other opinion is mute". SA are indeed invaders there was no civil war because SA gave up their claim and then decided they wanted it back months later.

#2 Trigger and MASS took Stain from within through politics and not pvp. My hat goes off to the politician that can take a region without fighting. But my heart goes out to those whom were betrayed in this process. This proves strong politics can win regions if only temporarily. Will The 5 fight all your battles SA?

#3 Cujo and SE tried to defend their region against an invader that did not fight on a battlefield as well as they fought in a TS server. Honor to those that believe and fight in any cause no matter the outcome.

#4 There is no bitter end here just a twist. Trigger promised to trim the "FAT" in Stain and indeed it was SE that ultimately achieved this with a political move of their own by giving Catch to FIX. Can SA hold Stain and reclaim the "FAT" that was trimmed? Will SE return and lay waste to SA and reclaim Stain? Will FIX ultimately benefit from Trigger's politics and not Stain in this political stale mate? Will SE find a new home? Will the betrayers be the last laughing or the last for bashing? Tune in next week as this saga unfolds.

Joshua Calvert
Rule One
Posted - 2005.09.12 17:46:00 - [2]

#5. Will Sinostar [FOFF] remember not to post this originally with his main accoutn next time?

Rubicon Legion
Huzzah Federation
Posted - 2005.09.12 17:49:00 - [3]

Don't we have enough other Threads about this? -.-


Deep Core Mining Inc.
Posted - 2005.09.12 17:50:00 - [4]

Redundant Thread.



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