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Fallout The Eagle And The Bear [Fallout AU]

TyrantTriumphant

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Wow, Russia is a total mess. I assume those black spaces represent irradiated zones, so it looks like Europe got off way worse in the Resource Wars and nuclear exchange than North America did. Either that or they lack the technology to clean it up.

By the way, I would like to know a bit about that state in the Baltics and northeastern Russia. Who are they?
 

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Less shitposty commentary on the map now that I've had a moment to actually sit down an look at it. I do like it, but I have a couple of questions. Namely, there are a couple of places where countries who have reincorporated their historical territories have stopped even if those borders do not make sense in a vaccuum.

The most obvious is the (presumably) Israeli border along the Sinai peninsula, the UN drawn straight line really sticks out. Now granted, being a flat mostly flat desert near the coast there's no reason not to pick the line, but at the same time Southeastern Israel is a lot of sparsely populated, arid, rough terrain to control even today so I genuinely wonder why.

The other one that stands out is finland reclaiming it's little dongle that was once between Sweden and Norway, but not expanding out despite the lack of Sweden or Norway to complain about it.

Aside from that I think the map looks great, though I would wonder why there isn't any wastelands in the middle east; didn't they get into a nuclear war with the europeans even before WWIII went nuclear?
 

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Surprised Spain stayed intact. I figured Catalonia would be a breakaway nation. Damn, France looks to suffer for a very long time.
 

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Surprised Spain stayed intact. I figured Catalonia would be a breakaway nation. Damn, France looks to suffer for a very long time.
I think it's more, who's going to waste nukes on Spain?

Like, outside Gibraltar and maybe any NATO/US ships in port, nothing in Spain in valuable enough, or threatening enough, for either Russia or the CCP to lob one of their limited number of nukes at it.
 

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Wow, Russia is a total mess. I assume those black spaces represent irradiated zones, so it looks like Europe got off way worse in the Resource Wars and nuclear exchange than North America did. Either that or they lack the technology to clean it up.
They lack the tech, and the USSR had a lot of fission reactors which kinda ... Chernobyled a bit.


By the way, I would like to know a bit about that state in the Baltics and northeastern Russia. Who are they?
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Czarist successor state.
 

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Speaking of Europe, I'd agree that I presented it as not having enough an, ahem, glow-up. So here's the new map!



Ch. 28 steadily going forward BTW.
What kind of government does Portugal have? Is it a Constitutional Monarchy or is it a Republic (perhaps the only one in Europe at that point if the Author wishes)? I'm just asking because I want to know what happened to my homeland.
 
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What kind of government does Portugal have? Is it a Constitutional Monarchy or is it a Republic (perhaps the only one in Europe at that point if the Author wishes)? I'm just asking because I want to know what happened to my homeland.
If I remember correctly, the Author said that Portugal and Spain are shaky constitutional monarchies.
 

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Yep. Hungary, Venice, Yugoslavia, France, Central Russia, and Israel are Europe's main republics along w/ Switzerland. Though this doesn't mean that they're full-throated democracies as we would see them of course - most of the world's countries are somewhere on the grey area between democracy and dictatorship due to the post-apocalyptic nature of things.
 
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