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4th Oct '15 7:23:37 AM Duras1989
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[[WMG: The new Reich will eventually form [[Literature/ASymphonyOfEternity The Old Commonwealth]]]]. It's heavily hinted within the anime and the novels that the new Reich will become a constitunional monarchy as with real life examples. *Also from the various galactic maps the FPA and the GI teritory doesn't cover the whole Galaxy and in the ASymphonyOfEternity books the Old Commonwealth encountered the Empire after several centuries of exploration. **Aliens are noticably absent in the LOGH story an in the ASOE books the OC also does not encounter non-human sentient life for centuries.
7th Jan '15 11:53:56 AM TheUnsquished
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[[WMG: The Galactic Empire marked the bittersweet return of [[AxisPowersHetalia Prussia.]]]]
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[[WMG: The Galactic Empire marked the bittersweet return of [[AxisPowersHetalia [[Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia Prussia.]]]]
5th Dec '14 2:26:53 PM EDP
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The Year 730 Mafia was a group of seven formidable Alliance officers that gave the Imperial Fleet much grief until the death of their leader Bruce Ashbey at the Second Battle of Tiamat, at which point they disbanded and were unable to keep the pressure that was on the verge of conquering the Iserlohn Corridor. Aside for Ashbey and fellow Second Tiamat casualty Vittorio di Bertini, they died at the following ages and for the following causes: John Drinker Cope, killed in battle after an uncharacteristically poor performance (when he was a noteworthy admiral) at Palantia in 751 UC, age 41; Wallace 'Baron' Warwick, former Commander in Chief of the Free Planets Star Fleet forced to retire from politics due corruption in his staff, died of heart attack in 766 UC, age 56; Frederick Jasper, died in a shuttle accident with his wife right after retiring from the military and the post of Commander in Chief in 771, age 61; Fang Tchewling, former Joint Chief of Staff for the Alliance, died of lung embolism (two accidents) in 773, age 63; Alfred Rosas, died of unnatural causes in 788 UC (age 78) right after giving an interview to then-lieutenant commander Yang Wenli, who was investigating allegations that Bruce Ashbey had actually been assassinated.
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The Year 730 Mafia was a group of seven formidable Alliance officers that gave the Imperial Fleet much grief until the death of their leader Bruce Ashbey at the Second Battle of Tiamat, at which point they disbanded and were unable to keep the pressure that was on the verge of conquering the Iserlohn Corridor. Aside for Ashbey and fellow Second Tiamat casualty Vittorio di Bertini, they died at the following ages and for the following causes: John Drinker Cope, killed in battle after an uncharacteristically poor performance (when he was a noteworthy admiral) at Palantia in 751 UC, age 41; Wallace 'Baron' Warwick, former Commander in Chief of the Free Planets Star Fleet forced to retire from politics due corruption in his staff, died of heart attack in 766 UC, age 56; Frederick Jasper, died in a shuttle accident with his wife right after retiring from the military and the post of Commander in Chief in 771, age 61; Fang Tchewling, former Joint Chief of Staff for the Alliance, died of lung embolism (two accidents) in 773, age 63; Alfred Rosas, died of unnatural causes in 788 UC (age 78) right after giving an interview to then-lieutenant commander Yang Wenli, who was investigating allegations that Bruce Ashbey had actually been assassinated.\\
3rd Dec '14 7:19:04 AM EDP
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[[WMG: The members of the [[http://gineipaedia.com/wiki/Year_730_Mafia Year 730 Mafia]] were murdered as politically dangerous]]
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[[WMG: The Most members of the [[http://gineipaedia.com/wiki/Year_730_Mafia Year 730 Mafia]] were murdered as politically dangerous]]

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Given the circumstances of Ashbey's death (killed when his flagship was destroyed by a stray shot during the ''battlefield clean-up'' right after a victory so stunning and complete that even Yang's first capture of Iserlohn falls short of matching it), and the deaths started after the controversial Martin Otto von Siegmeister (a former Imperial admiral who defected to the Alliance after putting together a formidable spy network and later shifted his loyalty to Ashbey) allegedly refused treatment for a pneumonia and died...
3rd Dec '14 7:04:18 AM EDP
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[[WMG: The members of the [[http://gineipaedia.com/wiki/Year_730_Mafia Year 730 Mafia]] were murdered as politically dangerous]] The Year 730 Mafia was a group of seven formidable Alliance officers that gave the Imperial Fleet much grief until the death of their leader Bruce Ashbey at the Second Battle of Tiamat, at which point they disbanded and were unable to keep the pressure that was on the verge of conquering the Iserlohn Corridor. Aside for Ashbey and fellow Second Tiamat casualty Vittorio di Bertini, they died at the following ages and for the following causes: John Drinker Cope, killed in battle after an uncharacteristically poor performance (when he was a noteworthy admiral) at Palantia in 751 UC, age 41; Wallace 'Baron' Warwick, former Commander in Chief of the Free Planets Star Fleet forced to retire from politics due corruption in his staff, died of heart attack in 766 UC, age 56; Frederick Jasper, died in a shuttle accident with his wife right after retiring from the military and the post of Commander in Chief in 771, age 61; Fang Tchewling, former Joint Chief of Staff for the Alliance, died of lung embolism (two accidents) in 773, age 63; Alfred Rosas, died of unnatural causes in 788 UC (age 78) right after giving an interview to then-lieutenant commander Yang Wenli, who was investigating allegations that Bruce Ashbey had actually been assassinated.
1st Dec '14 3:26:39 AM msq
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Given how blatantly Prussian, or at least German, the Empire was modeled, it wouldn't be surprising if a fading, near-dying Gilbert suggested the idea to Rudolf in the first place. Hiding among the military brass, he participates in the Kaiser's campaigns (at the cost of millions of lives). As time passes, he once more becomes rejuvenated, just as he had been in the distant past. Unfortunately, Hungary/Elizaveta had been a victim of World War 3, by then ancient history; it doesn't help that Hungarians apparently are extinct by the 36th Century. Meanwhile, Austria, or someone claiming "descent" from Roderich, is lurking in the shadows, undermining the Reich with the help of Reinhard.
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Given how blatantly Prussian, or at least German, the Empire was modeled, it wouldn't be surprising if a fading, near-dying Gilbert suggested the idea to Rudolf in the first place. Hiding among the military brass, he participates in the Kaiser's campaigns (at the cost of millions of lives). As time passes, he once more becomes rejuvenated, just as he had been in the distant past. Unfortunately, Hungary/Elizaveta had been a victim of World War 3, by then ancient history; it doesn't help that Hungarians apparently are extinct by the 36th Century. Meanwhile, Austria, or someone claiming "descent" from Roderich, is lurking in the shadows, undermining the Reich with and unwittingly aided by Reinhard until eventually coming to the help of Reinhard. fore.

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** It also wouldn't be surprising if Arle Heinessen turns out to be the Free Planets Alliance himself, faking his death so as to cover up his identity as a Nation and allow his people to pursue democracy. After all, the capital world for the Republicans ''is'' named after him.

Friedrich IV knew of Reinhard's ambitions (including killing him), and gave him promotion after promotion. A bit strange for the man who couldn't be bothered to properly rule the Empire... And he planning to tear down the regime and the High Nobles would explain both his unwillingness to rule and setting up the situation to help Reinhard's rise.
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Friedrich IV knew of Reinhard's ambitions (including killing him), and gave him promotion after promotion. A bit strange for the man who couldn't be bothered to properly rule the Empire... And he planning to tear down the regime and the High Nobles would explain both his unwillingness to rule and setting up the situation to help Reinhard's rise. rise. In effect, this would solidify Friedrich IV as both TheAtoner (for the Goldenbaum Dynasty) and a GracefulLoser (all but setting the stage for Reinhard) in the name of rejuvenating the Empire.
30th Nov '14 2:55:33 PM chankljp
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The war between the Empire and the Alliance have lasted for more then a century, that kind of intergenerational mutual hatred is not going to go away even if the conquering national is ruled by a benevolent dictator. Also, consider how the "stabbed in the back" myth in Germany after the end of the First World War resulted in the rise of the Nazis and another world war only two decades later. In the case of the Alliance, the "stab in the back" by the political class even as the military was literally seconds away turning the tide of the entire war was a publicly recognized fact that everyone knows about. And with Yang becoming a national martyr, with Julian and Frederica carrying on his legacy and even establishing their own 'dynasty' of sorts, even with the Iserlohn Republic being dissolved and an end to any organized military resistance, it is unlikely that the bitterness and resentment that the citizens in the former Alliance have will be going away anytime soon. At best, the Empire will be looking at decades of continued insurgency, or at worst, the former Alliance will gain it's independence again and fully radicalize, with galaxy end up being the setting for [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Nazi Germany]]l vs. [[UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany Imperial Germany]].
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The war between the Empire and the Alliance have lasted for more then a century, that kind of intergenerational mutual hatred is not going to go away even if the conquering national is ruled by a benevolent dictator. Also, consider how the "stabbed in the back" myth in Germany after the end of the [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI First World War War]] resulted in the rise of the Nazis [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazis]] and another world war only two decades later. In the case of the Alliance, the "stab in the back" by the political class even as the military was literally seconds away turning the tide of the entire war was a publicly recognized fact that everyone knows about. And with Yang becoming a [[InspirationalMartyr national martyr, martyr]], with Julian and Frederica [[HereditaryRepublic carrying on his legacy and even establishing their own 'dynasty' of sorts, sorts]], even with the Iserlohn Republic being dissolved and an end to any organized military resistance, it is unlikely that the bitterness and resentment that the citizens in the former Alliance have will be going away anytime soon. At best, the Empire will be looking at [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters decades of continued insurgency, insurgency]], or at worst, the former Alliance will gain it's independence again and [[HeWhoFightsMonsters fully radicalize, radicalize]], with galaxy end up being the setting for [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Nazi Germany]]l vs. [[UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany Imperial Germany]].
30th Nov '14 3:43:17 AM EDP
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The war between the Empire and the Alliance have lasted for more then a century, that kind of intergenerational mutual hatred is not going to go away even if the conquering national is ruled by a benevolent dictator. Also, consider how the "stabed in the back" myth in Germany after the end of the First World War resulted in the rise of the Nazis and another world war only two decades later. In the case of the Alliance, the "stab in the back" by the political class even as the military was literally seconds away turning the tide of the entire war was a publicly recognized fact that everyone knows about. And with Yang becoming a national martyr, with Julian and Frederica carrying on his legacy and even establishing their own 'dynasty' of sorts, even with the Iserlohn Republic being dissolved and an end to any organized military resistance, it is unlikely that the bitterness and resentment that the citizens in the former Alliance have will be going away anytime soon. At best, the Empire will be looking at decades of continued insurgency, or at worst, the former Alliance will gain it's independence again and fully radicalize, with galaxy end up being the setting for [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Nazi Germany]]l vs. [[UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany Imperial Germany]].
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The war between the Empire and the Alliance have lasted for more then a century, that kind of intergenerational mutual hatred is not going to go away even if the conquering national is ruled by a benevolent dictator. Also, consider how the "stabed "stabbed in the back" myth in Germany after the end of the First World War resulted in the rise of the Nazis and another world war only two decades later. In the case of the Alliance, the "stab in the back" by the political class even as the military was literally seconds away turning the tide of the entire war was a publicly recognized fact that everyone knows about. And with Yang becoming a national martyr, with Julian and Frederica carrying on his legacy and even establishing their own 'dynasty' of sorts, even with the Iserlohn Republic being dissolved and an end to any organized military resistance, it is unlikely that the bitterness and resentment that the citizens in the former Alliance have will be going away anytime soon. At best, the Empire will be looking at decades of continued insurgency, or at worst, the former Alliance will gain it's independence again and fully radicalize, with galaxy end up being the setting for [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Nazi Germany]]l vs. [[UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany Imperial Germany]]. Germany]]. [[WMG: Kaiser Friedrich IV set up the scene for someone to tear down the Imperial regime and the high nobles, and when Reinhard presented himself as the man who would do it he orchestrated his rise and was planning to make him his heir]] Friedrich IV knew of Reinhard's ambitions (including killing him), and gave him promotion after promotion. A bit strange for the man who couldn't be bothered to properly rule the Empire... And he planning to tear down the regime and the High Nobles would explain both his unwillingness to rule and setting up the situation to help Reinhard's rise.
18th Nov '14 2:29:38 PM chankljp
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[[WMG: The Lohengramm Dynasty's control over former Alliance territory will not be able to last.]] The war between the Empire and the Alliance have lasted for more then a century, that kind of intergenerational mutual hatred is not going to go away even if the conquering national is ruled by a benevolent dictator. Also, consider how the "stabed in the back" myth in Germany after the end of the First World War resulted in the rise of the Nazis and another world war only two decades later. In the case of the Alliance, the "stab in the back" by the political class even as the military was literally seconds away turning the tide of the entire war was a publicly recognized fact that everyone knows about. And with Yang becoming a national martyr, with Julian and Frederica carrying on his legacy and even establishing their own 'dynasty' of sorts, even with the Iserlohn Republic being dissolved and an end to any organized military resistance, it is unlikely that the bitterness and resentment that the citizens in the former Alliance have will be going away anytime soon. At best, the Empire will be looking at decades of continued insurgency, or at worst, the former Alliance will gain it's independence again and fully radicalize, with galaxy end up being the setting for [[UsefulNotes/NaziGermany Nazi Germany]]l vs. [[UsefulNotes/ImperialGermany Imperial Germany]].
22nd Oct '14 3:19:40 PM EDP
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[[WMG: This is the start of the [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 Dark Age of Technology]]]]
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[[WMG: This is the start of the [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer40000}} Dark Age of Technology]]]]Technology]].]]
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