Insert swear word. Someone just tried to nuke my Capital!!!!! Thank god the shield was able to be brought up in time. The war head didn't dedanate, thankfully although there was a sasticifing ping when the missles hit the shield. We are about to find out who is insane enough to nuke my nation. Not the pillagers, they don't have any nukes. ??? WTF!?!? It's f word Putin??? (If your reading this and your Rushian, this is not against the Russian people, Russia is a beautiful nation with a strong national spirit.) Kinda makes sense since I have been the main humanitarian and defense support shipping hub since the start of the war, but still, he sent a nuke, Through The Multiverse. I'll put my people on high ale, PPPIIINNNGGGGGG. WTF. They tried to nuke my home/cultural island. That it!!! RED alert. Activate all defense systems across the country! Put all military bases and personal on standby. Get the navy, the helicarrier fleet, and the interplanetary fleet on standby. (This is for Role Play)
Tonight on Zloveshchiyan news, a naked man is running around screaming bloody murder while holding some sort of alcoholic beverage on the streets of Preispodnyaya. The police are trying to apprehend him on foot, but a couple of policemen have slipped on alcoholic beverage that leaked out of the bottle to the floor.
Will the Crazy Man be stopped? Find out next time on Zloveshchiyan News.
I used google earth pro with the RP map again, and tried to measure a single pixel at the top and bottom of Rakeo: The top was at about ~7km across one pixel, and the bottom was around ~5km per pixel. My (very bad) original math estimated the average as 5.1km on average, which definitely seems to be an underapproximation. I still feel somewhat vindicated that my intuition about the resolution getting finer closer to the poles turning out true though.
Yesterday within Andaluzia, thousands of travelers of all kind are continuing to be prevented from using any airport within the Galveias area. This is due to a demand from King Amor to “provide the Royal police with more time to find the criminals before they run.” Many criticize the statement calling it crass and an insult to the tens of thousands of innocent people using the air to travel this weekend. In an interview with a family from Salisford: “We have been here from day one of these travel bans. We have been searched three times for what they (The PRA) call ‘contraband’ but they find nothing every time, because we are not criminals.” This ban has also caused many issues with the airlines, forcing many of them to lose millions of dollars in extra maintenance and lost flight time. A spokesperson for Andaluzian Airways said: “I would really prefer they just let us take the planes out so they can be of some use, but even then we are questioned by those police (PRA). They seem to be on some sort of power trip, accusing everyone of being some sort of criminal for trying to leave this place.”
In other news, the PRA and accompanying navy detachment have captured nearly all of the 13 oil rigs within the Andaluzian Sea. In a statement from Petróleo Nacional, everything is believed to be running just as normal by the end of the month, a goal they call "easy."
Lastly, as gasoline prices finally seem to reach a peak at a staggering $22 per gallon, riots have began to form in the cities of Galveias, Cordoba and Bicada, with Bicada having the largest movement. The King stated in a press release that "These criminals will be dealt with swiftly and effieciently." We at Andaluzia Hoje ask that anybody planning to attend any of these riots to please stay home for your own safety.