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We need to decide what's going to happen next in our canon. Christian's got the retaking of Ifrith and Operation Sidewinder to write about in the UMRC Project and that's it. We should move our timeline forward to 3003 soon.

That's possibly why 23rd Century Universe constantly goes inactive. They don't move their timeline forward, then everyone eventually just gets bored.

Maybe we could have a big battle against the Krill/Evdraph, or the Tarsin Antiloyalists. Dark Augusto again would be a little cliche.

Even if we do a different battle, that would still eventually lead to inactivity. We need to do something BIG!
| March 11, 2012, 3:19 pm
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| April 2, 2012, 1:55 pm
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Well, I think a major conflict between the Evdraph and Dark Augusto is inevitable. And if the Evdraph emerge the victors, they would have all of the power possessed by the DA that they could salvage at their disposal. If the DA were to succeed, a large portion of the Evdraph will have been destroyed. In either of the two cases, the emerging victor's attack force would be decimated and easy targets for the Quad Power Council's forces. How does that sound?
| April 2, 2012, 2:38 pm
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However, in the off chance that one faction vastly over powers the other, this could end in colossal failure.
| April 2, 2012, 2:49 pm
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