This guy should probably be used in a S. American story.
He "supposedly" even hid Hitler after the war ended in real life.
I don't know if this is too much to ask, but could I join in creating the story? I have been reading it for a while and have become very interested in it. I have gotten quite a bit of practice writing for the Space Group Story, and I could make some larger scale maps since I have also been practicing in Photoshop some. I might help with writing the West Coast story if SM wants any help, or I could possibly cover what has happened in mainland Asia, South America, or Africa. I could also do a historical timeline to sum everything up if you guys would like one. What do you think about this?
Sounds interesting! I've seen your writing, and I think you probably should just join the alliance, along with SM.
@BL: Well, maybe you could start a off non-America/Russia/Germany/Japan story. Sorta like SM's doing. Then, when Gecko edits the story (if he has time) We can roll them together!
Or I could eliminate Oreo and we could join you two in.
I think we should leave Oreo in. He deserves credit for the excellent chapters he wrote, and you never know: he has writing rolls sometimes, and he may want to right more.
Hikaro Takayama wrote:
Sorry I haven't been on for the past two days: I've been at the girlfriend's place (she graduated from College today, so I took off from work so I could attend the ceremony) and have just got back...
The editor I use is Paint Shop Pro 7 (although I used GIMP to convert the SVG map that I got from Wikipedia into BMP format).
Baylego: I thinkt that's a pretty nifty idea... I've been thinking of the possibility that Australia is pretty much the last free nation on earth and was where the remnants of the US Navy and Royal Navy fled to after things went to crap...
...Of course, Khopesh and Napoleon would have to approve.
Well, well, well! Con-GRAD-ulations! Huh? Huh?
Yeah, I know, puns aren't my thing.
Hmmm... I'm guessing Paint Shop Pro 7 isn't free? Shame, looks nifty. I used to use GIMP, but I now use Paint.NET, which is extremely similar, but simpler.
That Australia idea sounds neat!