New Factions Feb 21, 2021 14:54:05 GMT
Post by eternalsorrow on Feb 21, 2021 14:54:05 GMT
This makes no sense. RFP is a purely autocratic faction with a different history of emergence, which destroyed their enemy to become the only hegemon in the Sol. "Free", "People" and "Republic" rhetoric is being used by almost any country on the Earth.
The Republic of the Free People is the USA faction, only with cultural appropriation of Islamic symbols. This is best seen with the word "free" and "republic", which is the way the USA sees itself. The Republic of the Free People also fights all the peoples, which the USA has fought in the past.
I wouldn't be as confident about that, because there's a huge amount of examples in history where an external enemy or danger created even more implausible unions.
The Paki-India thing would of never worked out. There is too much bad blood between the two.
Why not? There's also a huge amount of examples of radical factions with a low level of life, but very competent in combat and war waging.
And none of these factions should come to been. Think of the Iroquois Resurgence for example.
I don't see much sense in modeling history from 2020 to 2250 only to build realistic ships.
I'm trying to come up with a more realistic world, to go with my more realistic ship designs.
Well, because they definitely come from the Earth's America and love a freedom very much.
How is Iroquois Resurgence appropriate?
I also think that they borrow much more of Native American symbols, rather than actually are Native Americans.
I think it's not, because neither EAM or NESR had detailed territory description. I think in this reality line, the USA may failed the Cold War and became a territory of NESR, or something like that.
This faction is made up of Russia and China.
The enemy admirals in vanilla campaign have got a lot of English/American names.
While the vanilla campaign may seem ridiculous somewhere, it still:
Describes how the Earth became dead
Gives some factions to play with
Describes them in a pretty funny and self-explainable grotesque way
So I don't see any reason to be as strongly against it as you are.