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Holocene Exitium - Thin Ice - Indev 0.1

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After the defeat of the German Reich by the Allies, Europe was divided by an Iron Curtain. This division lasted until 1995, when the USSR collapsed, leaving behind a fragmented remnant. China then rose to prominence, surpassing the fallen giant, while Russia became an anocratic pseudo-democracy controlled by oligarchs. China's newfound hegemony transformed it into the largest exporter of goods globally, fuelling an economic boom. In Europe, traces of the Iron Curtain persisted with the establishment of the Prussian Republic, a fusion of Germans and Russians formed after the USSR's dissolution. In Poland, ethnic Germans in the west began to revolt, seeking reunification with their Fatherland. After the Berlin Wall fell, many believed that reunification with the West would be a straightforward process. However, nearly two decades later, full reunification remains elusive, as various rebel factions and groups have gained prominence in the divided East. The British Isles, once a superpower and dominant force within Europe, have plunged into civil war. Numerous factions have emerged, including the destructive and insane Annihilationist Movement. With further economic collapse on the horizon, by 2012 the future remains evermore uncertain.

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"Thin Ice"

this Indev Will Feature Content For Ukraine Belarus and Russia

As Russia: Secure Novorossiya, Install Viktor Yanukovych as the new President of Ukraine. Or Oppose Putin and forge your own Path for Russia.

As Belarus: Will Belarus Remain a mere shadow beside Russia? or will it become Independent?

As Ukraine: Achieve a National Conservative Ukraine that can stand up for itself. Or venture for greater goals.

 

This is what to expect for the first Indev for Holocene Exitium, with much more planned in the future.

 

these are some planned later releases:

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"Fractured Fatherland"

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"Dark Heart of Africa"

None of this is 100% complete and is subject to change.

Also this doesn't mean I'm quitting Magna Historia, there is a high chance that this mod will become a sub mod of that. 

 

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Here are Ideologies so far: 

 

Social Democracy:

Third-way

Progressivism

Democratic Socialism

 

liberalism:

Liberalism

neo-Liberalism

Social Liberalism

National Liberalism

 

Conservatism:

Social Conservatism

Populist Conservatism

Ultra-Conservatism

Aristocratic Conservatism

 

Authoritarianism:

Anocracy

Kratocracy

Reactionaryism

Despotism

corporatocracy

 

Neo-Socialism:

Neo-Communism

Left-Corporatism

Left-wing Nationalism

 

Socialism:

Communism

Maoism

National Communism

 

Dissident right:

Libertarianism

New right

 

Islamic:

Salafism

Jihadism

Islamic Nationalism

 

Fascism:

Neo-Fascism

eco-fascism

Neo-Nazism

Ethno-Nationalism

 

Annihilationism:

Orthodox Annihilationism

Nuclear Annihilationism

Bio Annihilationism

Green Annihilationism

 

Non-aligned:

Theocracy

Tribalism

 

These may change depending on feedback.

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With Germany eventually falling into total anarchy and warlord states one ending will be being able to from the German state. this can also have Prussia depending on if the Prussian republic goes down the German path.

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Democratic Kampuchea, a country ruled by Pol Pot who nearly exterminated its entire population, continued his brutal regime into the 90s, committing further atrocities. After Pol Pot's death in 1998, reforms began to be implemented, but the country's near-empty population makes rebuilding extremely difficult, as there are few people left to drive the recovery.

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After the death of his father Kim Jong-il, Kim Jong-nam, the successor, must guide his country through a tumultuous period. As the nation mourns, miscreants plot in the shadows to overthrow the Kim dynasty and establish a militaristic state. To the south, in the Republic of Korea, economic and social issues are on the rise. With the government increasingly controlled by corporations, the nation's freedoms are waning, and it begins to resemble the North more and more each day

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8 hours ago, PeteFromPat said:

 

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Democratic Kampuchea, a country ruled by Pol Pot who nearly exterminated its entire population, continued his brutal regime into the 90s, committing further atrocities. After Pol Pot's death in 1998, reforms began to be implemented, but the country's near-empty population makes rebuilding extremely difficult, as there are few people left to drive the recovery.

1. What is Cambodia's population now?

2. Why didn't Vietnam intervene?

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2 hours ago, cvbnm07 said:

1. What is Cambodia's population now?

2. Why didn't Vietnam intervene?

1. Cambodia is literally about to completely collapse due to the population being like 2-4 million.

2.  Pol Pot doesn't attack Vietnam border regions and remains as an isolationist neutral nation, basically doesn't irritate Vietnam enough for it to do anything. 

 

2 hours ago, bun_dha4 said:

mein gott, what happened there?

Lore wise: its always been like that it just never dried up.

 

Also Cambodia's leader is Leng Sary who is still a brutal dictator but has pushed some light reforms after Pot's death.

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Arthur Saxon and Anhalta Britland - Annihilationist Britain

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In 2008, the British Civil War erupted, pitting the pro-monarchist forces against the republican government established after the Green Revolution of the 1980s. The conflict initially remained a struggle between these two factions, but the landscape of the war drastically shifted with the rise of Arthur Saxon and his Party of Social Nationalists.

After a failed coup attempt on the republican side, Saxon and his followers were expelled and took up arms in the impoverished areas of Manchester. Their influence spread rapidly through the establishment of paramilitary organizations such as the British National Front (BNF), allowing them to secure significant portions of Britain. The new rebellion declared itself the Unitary Republic of Britain, yet it was essentially an anocracy with Saxon and his allies vying for leadership.

Arthur Saxon's ambitions and mental state deteriorated as his power grew. Haunted by PTSD from his military service and exacerbated by drug abuse, Saxon's descent into madness alienated him from the movement's left-wing elements. Instead, he gravitated towards more extreme factions within the state. His mental decline reached a critical point as he sought to consolidate power amidst growing internal party conflicts.

When the time came to select presidential candidates, the BNF intervened, facilitating Saxon's ascent to leadership. Despite uniting his supporters under the National Workers Party, the alliance was unstable, comprising moderates and extremists with wavering loyalty. Saxon’s consolidation of power led to the promotion of "annihilationism," a radical ideology advocating for the complete destruction and purging of what he deemed a weak Britain. This doctrine aimed to obliterate the existing population in a path of utter devastation.

The rise of annihilationism caused significant fractures within the movement. Both moderates and extremists began to distance themselves from Saxon, viewing him as a madman bent on the country's total destruction. Additionally, his attempts to radically alter British culture and language alienated many right-wing supporters who initially backed his cause.

The question remained: would the annihilationist Saxonites succeed in their self-destructive reformation of Britain, or would the more moderate factions rise to eliminate Saxon's destructive influence?

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1 hour ago, PeteFromPat said:

1. Cambodia is literally about to completely collapse due to the population being like 2-4 million.

2.  Pol Pot doesn't attack Vietnam border regions and remains as an isolationist neutral nation, basically doesn't irritate Vietnam enough for it to do anything. 

 

Lore wise: its always been like that it just never dried up.

 

Also Cambodia's leader is Leng Sary who is still a brutal dictator but has pushed some light reforms after Pot's death.

Wait is this a darker timeline of the 21st century? i seen more negative things for UK, Chad, etc

 

Also I think Vietnam or Thailand might still have invaded due to secret news reports from secret groups by the early 2000's, so I think Cambodia must be in a civil war after '98

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31 minutes ago, cvbnm07 said:

Wait is this a darker timeline of the 21st century? i seen more negative things for UK, Chad, etc

 

Also I think Vietnam or Thailand might still have invaded due to secret news reports from secret groups by the early 2000's, so I think Cambodia must be in a civil war after '98

I suppose, Cambodia could be in a civil war then. 

and yes this is a pretty dark timeline.

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Austria saw a significant political shift in 2010. The Freedom Party of Austria, a national conservative party, narrowly won the election against the Social Democrats. The new government, led by the Freedom Party, embarked on a policy of pan-Germanism, aiming to strengthen ties with Germany. One of their most controversial moves was to push for Vorarlberg to re-join Austria. This came after the region had sought to join Switzerland in a 1919 referendum, during the tumultuous period following the Great War. The Freedom Party's efforts to reverse this century-old decision sparked both domestic and international debate, highlighting the enduring complexities of national identity and regional allegiances in Europe.

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Belarus faced a severe political crisis in 2009 following the assassination of President Alexander Lukashenko. The internal chaos saw various political figures vying for control of the country. Amidst the turmoil, Yury Karayeu emerged as a stabilizing figure, largely due to his loyalty to Russian President Vladimir Putin. With substantial aid from Russia, Karayeu managed to restore order, effectively turning Belarus into a puppet state under the influence of the Russian Federation. This development underscored Russia's continuing influence in the region and its strategic interest in maintaining a loyal government in Belarus.

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could you also add National Populism, Paternal Autocracy, Authoritharian Democracy, National-Bolshevism, different Vanguard ideologies, Neo-Legionarism, Christan Democracy, Conservative Corporatism, Crowned Republic, Oligarchy and Market Liberalism? 

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Bạn có thể cho thêm chế độ quân phiệt, chủ nghĩa hòa bình, chủ nghĩa chiến tranh, chủ nghĩa vô thần được không

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7 hours ago, Austrian empire said:

could you also add National Populism, Paternal Autocracy, Authoritharian Democracy, National-Bolshevism, different Vanguard ideologies, Neo-Legionarism, Christan Democracy, Conservative Corporatism, Crowned Republic, Oligarchy and Market Liberalism? 

yes I most likely will add, I'm trying to add in under utilised or more obscure ones too.

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Since the Green Revolution of the 1980s, Britain has been on a turbulent path. King Charles III and his Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, overthrown in the revolution, fled to Canada and supported counter-revolutionaries back home. In the violent months leading up to the 2008 election, a street brawl in West London between Monarchist protesters and Republican counter-protesters erupted into widespread urban warfare. When George Galloway won the election, he attempted a mass crackdown on pro-monarchist sentiments, which only escalated the street battles across southern England. The country descended into full-scale civil war. Amidst the chaos, Scotland gained greater autonomy, and George Galloway, a Scotsman himself, entertained the possibility of Scottish independence. However, radical militias were impatient. A rebellion erupted on the streets of Glasgow, forcing Galloway to concede and grant Scotland even larger autonomy. As the Republican side weakened, they turned to radical groups for support. The British National Front (BNF), previously suppressed by Thatcher's government, aligned with the Republicans, helping to push Monarchist forces out of Manchester. However, the government's subsequent attempt to curtail the BNF's influence by arresting its leaders backfired. Arthur Saxon, a charismatic but unhinged figure, seized this moment to consolidate power. Saxon leveraged the BNF's strength to initiate another rebellion in Manchester, promoting his deranged ideology of Annihilationism. Under his command, dark armies swept across northern England, Wales, and southern Scotland, making his faction one of the largest in the civil war. As Saxon's influence grew, despite his madness, the Republic trembled. The fate of Britain hung in the balance: would it become a Monarchy, a Republic, or face complete obliteration under Saxon's terrifying vision?

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Donald Tusk was born in the autonomous West Pomeranian region of Poland, an area with a complex history and a significant German-speaking population. As a young man, Tusk became involved with organizations advocating for the secession of West Pomerania from Poland to re-join mainland Germany. During the Cold War, the might of the USSR kept any such rebellious efforts in check, preventing any significant uprisings. However, the collapse of the USSR in 1995 triggered a period of instability. A long and arduous conflict erupted between the new Polish government and German secessionists in West Pomerania. Tusk emerged as a prominent leader and military head of the rebellion, which managed to survive thanks to the support from extremist organizations and backers within Germany, as well as international volunteers. Despite this internal support, the German government did not officially back the rebellion. Instead, it sought to align itself with the Polish government, emphasizing stability and diplomatic relations over secessionist ambitions. Nevertheless, many in Germany privately supported the rebellion, fuelling the conflict in West Pomerania. As the struggle continued, Tusk's leadership and the resilience of the secessionist movement kept the dream of a reunited Pomerania alive amid a turbulent post-Cold War Europe.

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