Well, that little coup was resolved and forgotten rather quickly, don’t you think?
We begin with Yang previously destroying the 11th fleet, and the NSMC losing all of it’s supporters and becoming isolated inside of Heinessen. 854 more words
Ladies and Gentlemen, the Lippstadt Civil War has official come to an end! And what a grand, explosive, and impressive finale.
Let’s begin with what is quite possibly the largest scale civilian brutality by far in the show: the Westerland Massacre. 1,398 more words
Today we get greeted by about 20 minutes of hardcore space battle action, and about 2 minutes of really fascinating and nuanced dialogue.
Firstly, I want to touch upon some of the very intricately timed battles, since it’s been rather overlooked by my part. 1,226 more words
Today, the bloodshed in space has continued, and in ways that are somewhat different than those we are use to.
The Lippstadt League has holed up in the Geiesburg Fortress, which, according to our narrator, is the second largest fortress with the second largest weapon, all below Iserlohn, obviously. 753 more words
Today marks the start of another conflict, but this time in the Alliance instead of in the Empire. Now both sides are consumed not by each other, but from within, in what can be called the most hilariously ridiculous thing that has happened in this whole show. 1,658 more words
Today, Brauschweig and Littenheim have finally stepped forward and declared war with Reinhard, with backstabs, counters, and surprises galore. Let’s see what went down.
Firstly, we get a small, but deeply important scene with a new character who will most likely be a big player later on when the pieces to this puzzle finally click. 842 more words