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(Made by me and some friends on Discord)

It's the Near Future. The Second Russian Revolution happened, and once again, the USSR has been formed. The United Kingdom has appointed a new leader, and he shockingly reforms the entire country into a communist state, while keeping the Royal Family. Having a desire of expanding the new British Communist Empire, he talks with the leader of Japan, who turns into Imperial Japan again to prevent conflicts from other countries, after diplomatic relations are turning sour between them, and China and North Korea (however the Imperial Japan title is just a "cover" as they're still technically Democratic), on forming an alliance. Japan's new leader personally knew Great Britain's new leader, and she was happy to join Great Britain in an alliance. Great Britain and Japan are still looking for countries to join their alliance to become world powers together, so Japan looks to the country they have good relations with, Philippines. Not exactly the best choice, but Japan knows what they're getting with Philippines, as the Philippines has grown tired of being a corrupt country with their extremely poor and inconsistent HDI ranking. A rebellion leads to a new Philippine administration that miraculously manage to turn the country around and help the economy grow once again. Despite the growth, Philippines asks Japan for help, and Japan responded positively, but in the condition that Philippines must join their alliance with Great Britain and must aid then in case war breaks out. The Philippines reluctantly agrees, thereby joining the alliance. Australia, who had great relations with Philippines, accepts the call when the Philippines invited Australia to the alliance under the orders of Great Britain's leader. Austria's new leader invades Hungary, and restores Austria-Hungary, and soon developed the restored empire into a world power. This caught the eye of the alliance's leader, and they soon asked the Austro-Hungarians to join the growing alliance as well. Austria-Hungary joined, but not after Great Britain promised to help them in case a neighbouring country attacked. With the alliance now having 5 members, Great Britain, Japan, Philippines, Australia, and Austria-Hungary, the Grand Empowerment Pact look to achieve world dominance.

This is me and my friends' first fictional story, which I'm turning into a AoC scenario. It's to be continued, but what do you all think?

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11 hours ago, rainbowdashfanboi1984 said:


Scenario 1: Dominion of Japan

Total war breaks out, and the alliance proved to be a huge success. Enemy nations trampled under the power of the alliance, and the alliance's biggest rivals usually found themselves to end up as vassals of the countries in the Grand Empowerment Pact. Australia, Great Britain, Philippines, and Japan managed to keep the war out of their homeland, while Austria-Hungary fiercely defended their capitals from enemy invasions from all angles, which soon led to Austria-Hungary empowering Europe after military assistance from their allies arrived to quell their enemies. Philippines proved that they weren't the weak country everyone (including themselves) thought out to be, as they played a key role in helping Japan push back China once China declared war on Japan. 

Japan, however, proved themselves to be the strongest nation in the alliance. After a decade, Japan managed to take almost all of the Soviet Union's provinces, ruled west Asia, and dominated Africa, thus propelling them to be the world's most powerful country. Japan's power did indeed concern their allies, which feared that Japan would leave the alliance and soon declare war on them. 

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1 minute ago, SavingPrivateRyansPrivates said:

what is Australia doing in Russia?

Beats me. They probably sent their troops all the way up there or something. The Total War option in AoC2 does make some interesting sights if you're a spectator

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6 minutes ago, SavingPrivateRyansPrivates said:

yeah, pump up the AI aggressiveness, turn on Total War, sit back, relax, and watch as everything burns

Except for the island civilizations, they just chillin while watching all hell break loose

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