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    973 KB Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)00:14 No.7056233  
    From: Lieutenant General Simon Aralov, Third Department of the Field Staff's Operations Directorate
    To: Private Viktor Ivanovich Suvorov
    Re: New Orders


    First, we extend our sympathy for the news of what has occurred to your brother; be assured that for every one of our comrades to fall, ten of the czar's do too!

    In light of this, and the personal recommendation of Mikhail Kalinin, we are proud to offer you the opportunity to join the Red Army's Main Intelligence Directorate, 1st People's Guard Brigade. Understand that refusing this opportunity would be considered dereliction of duty.

    You may have heard of rumors, doubts about the potency of the revolution in light of the secrets of the czars and the vile aid that Rasputin has given to the White Army, but fear not! The reactionaries can not drive back the inevitable swing of history, no matter what abominations they bring out of Kremlin's pit, no monster can match the strength of labor unchained!

    Keeping this in mind, our great leader Lenin has founded a corp to match muscle and sinew with steel and piston, an armored brigade to defend our people with the strength of diesel engines and pure worker's spirit! You have been chosen for this brigade, young Viktor, based on our scientific assessments and your experience in war.

    Show no mercy to the czars that would drag our people back into the long night of the dark ages!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)00:23 No.7056337
    Looks cool, bro. Got any more?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)00:36 No.7056443
    >Understand that refusing this opportunity would be considered dereliction of duty

    .......fuck did I just get drafted into the army?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)00:38 No.7056456
    Lovecraftian White Russians vs. Steampunk Red Army?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)00:42 No.7056477
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    To put it mildly, sir, these machines we have... They are atrocious.

    Take the Sirin for instance- the thing is meant to go fast, and, yes, we can get some admirable speed out of it, for three, maybe four seconds before the damn thing kills the pilot inside; mind you, this is the ideal- it usually breaks down and goes sliding across the terrain far before then. The Triglav will kill the inhabitant with heat after the first burst of Tesla's device, the Zhar-Ptista (A sterling example of how to abuse my perfectly good theory of rocketry) will cripple nearly anyone with the first "jump", and finish off anyone unfortunate to live and the machine itself with the landing, and the entire Boyar line will sink into anything less than concrete. At their best, these machines might have been good in the twelfth century, but we live in a modern time. Yet, I am told to improve and make these things better. I continue to be baffled by the choices of the general staff- but I suppose we all must do our part, lest we have our loyalty questioned by the commissars.

    I have insisted we try to mimic the "tank" designs from the West, but time and time again that young upstart Lebedev dismisses my concerns. How Schmidt came to trust him baffles me. Fine for those two to have dreams, but it falls on me to tighten the bolts and do the work.

    I would almost be tempted to desert to the whites, if I had not seen what their mad czars have wrought. Their monsters kill more than just their pilots.

    -Diary of Vladmir Vetchinkin, April 21st, 1921
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)00:43 No.7056484
    >fuck... drafted
    Well, it's addressed to Private Viktor Ivanovich Suvorov, so I think we were already in the army.

    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)00:47 No.7056510
    This interests me and I wish to learn moar.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)00:55 No.7056578
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    Every king knows he was placed upon the throne through the will of God. How else could the Romanovs rule the whole of Russia, from the Okhotsk to the Baltic, were it not for the intercession of the divine?

    God is not blind. God is not an absent clockmaker, to set his watches to run and to walk off. God is father to mankind, just as the Czar must be father to the Russians. He is the defender of the faith and protector of mother church, does it not make sense then, that if he loves God, that God would love him?

    That is the truth of it, my children. God loves us. God holds no love for men who would bargain away their children and land for wealth. Those that would destroy the world to see what makes it tick, who out of indecent hubris would dismiss the place of god in creation at all. They would set themselves KINGS before god! Was this not Satan's sin? Did this not destroy Sodom and Gomorrah? Did this not cause the flood?

    But do not tremble, my children. God cares for you. He cares for us. He shall not destroy us. He shall listen to the calls of the czars, hear the blood of those with the divine right. And he shall send them angels, to enact a terrible fury on those that do not love their land and their czar.

    -Patriarch Nikon, leading the prayer for Azrael
    >> teka 12/09/09(Wed)01:06 No.7056697
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    Makes me think of old propaganda art, only now The Glorious Worker is wearing a hulking steam-powered suit of armor, swinging a mighty mallet to crush.. crush.. something like a half life Fast Zombie. Behind the Glorious Worker we see the Might of The Revolution, an array of ever mightier war machines built with honest Labor, and behind the Reactionary Abomination "footsoldier" is a ghastly, somewhat necromantic scene, heavy in old russian tsarist trappings?

    anyhow. more?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)01:22 No.7056903
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    ...the First Baron of Inveforth has ensured us that his men have analyzed the latest recovery of All Weather a second and third time with seperate teams and all have reported back the same news- that the Soviet machines are bafflingly haphazard jobs, and they're unsure of how they were supposed to work. Perhaps a better sample would be able to shed light on the scene, but we have made much better headway with Sir Edwyn Alexander-Sinclair's conversations with our allies upon their own actions, and this talk of the mysterious "Divine Right" that they are apparently using to great effect...

    I would understand if His Majesty did not feel it appropriate to engage in superstition, but Anton Denikin's offer is tempting... Perhaps you might ask one of your sons to visit our allies in Russia?

    -Letter of Hugh Sinclair, Rear Admiral and head of the Naval Intelligence Division, to His Majesty King George the Fifth of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)01:35 No.7057020
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    Comrade Lenin has issued an order personally ordering that the following words not be used in describing reports of the Mechanized Units: "Miraculous" "Magical" "Unearthly" "Supernatural" "Impossible" "Spiritual" "Inhuman" "Monstrous" "Glow" and any other words that may slur our bravest unit with an unscientific appearance. Examples of encouraging words: "Strength" "Steel" "Steam" "Iron" "Electric" "Science" "Technology" "People" "Proletariat" "Common Worker" and anything to reassure the people that the brigade is rational, technological, and above all else, natural.

    Any references to Kotov Syndrome must be purged, and further references will NOT be tolerated.

    -Memo from GPU Head Mikhail Trilisser, after the Nevsky Novgorod incident.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)01:51 No.7057172
    This is relevant to my interests comrades. Any place where I can find other literature similar to this?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)02:13 No.7057358
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    "So, as far as the White Army goes we have, what, nine, ten-"
    "Eleven mechanized units that can counter any of their demo-"
    "Counter-Scientific Tsarist Constructs, sir."
    "Good God, we can't call them demons?"
    "Terrible for morale, sir."
    "Yes, but that's beyond the point, the point being that ultimately our forces are at a severe disadvantage against the White Army. Support of the capitalists, that we can deal with, but whenever it seems we're gaining on a front, another damn Romanov comes by to strike against us-"
    "Calm yourself, Trotsky, history stands against them, and their allies are exhausted from the Great War as it is. And the People's Guard will always be there to counter Rasputin's...Creatures."
    "Yes...The People's Guard. Do they have to be so...Young?"
    "We were lucky to test some of the soldiers, but to test all of Russia? Like trying to find needles in haystacks. But to catch them in schools, we have a limited population, we have the infrastructure-"
    "Do you have to keep calling recruitment 'catching' comrade Jughashvili?"
    "...That's Stalin, comrade Trotsky."
    "Ah, yes, I keep forgetting."

    -"Remembered Conversations: A Personal Account of the Russian Civil War"
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)04:04 No.7058468
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:01 No.7059663
    I found my new CTech setting!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:06 No.7059690
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    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:08 No.7059702
    Would friend computer back the commies or the mutants if they went to war?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:11 No.7059718
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    Behold, comrades, a valley bristling with ripe stalks of WIN for us to harvest!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:14 No.7059731
    Machina Dei: Rise of the People.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:14 No.7059733

    Friend Computer is in Alpha Complex. There are no commies or mutants in Alpha Complex, which is a perfect utopia. Implying otherwise is treason. Treason is punishable by death.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:16 No.7059742
    That looks more like wheat comrade.

    So I'm getting moral ambiguity, and a question of if ALL kings have the Divine Right, or if it's just the czars and their connection to the Orthodox Church. Maybe I shouldn't think about the globe, and should focus on the Russian civil war.

    Hey, what role did the cossacks play in that?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:16 No.7059744
    ((you are Dzerzhinsky))

    We've got us a list, (a list!)
    To lead us to hidden traitors,
    Who'll all be locked up in SLON! (in Solovetsky Lager' Osobogo Naznachenia!)
    And buried deep away!

    We'll dig a big pit, (a pit!)
    And fill it full of prisoner bodies!
    Bullets through the back of the neck!
    And then we'll say hooray!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:17 No.7059749
    Goddamn, this is pretty fucking awesome. Proceed, comrade.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:18 No.7059754
    All of the royal houses rule by divine right, just not from the same gods.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:18 No.7059756

    Man, poor Trotsky. He was greatest communist ever.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:22 No.7059778
    Miklos Gimes much?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)06:26 No.7059806
    Kudos. Please, continue
    >> GRAMMAR PROCESSOR 101 12/09/09(Wed)06:28 No.7059819
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)07:10 No.7060117
    bump, I said
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)07:29 No.7060239
    >"Good God, we can't call them demons?"
    >Good God
    Scratch that, will you? It ruins the immersion.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)07:33 No.7060256
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    Aren't these Romanov-shoggoths more Rasputin's creatures than any "god"'s? And we all know who Rasputin is...
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)07:34 No.7060261
    Does it matter?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)07:36 No.7060276
    True slavic indifference and apathy there.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)07:43 No.7060321
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)08:37 No.7060583
    Just realism. It might be something Rasputin/the OTHER name of Azathoth pulled out of his multidimensional anus, but the Church believes that it's angels, and who am I to question the will of God?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)08:40 No.7060608
    Archiving thread 7056233
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    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)08:41 No.7060613
    Suggested music: C&C Red Alert Soviet March http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDQ7hXMLxGc
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)08:50 No.7060657
    The other side should play marches like that: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEmPaTc589M
    >> loladept !!ezyv3PIu+MM 12/09/09(Wed)08:55 No.7060687
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    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)09:04 No.7060712
    >Do not post the following outside of /b/: Trolls, flames, racism, off-topic replies, uncalled for catchphrases, macro image replies, indecipherable text (example: "lol u tk him 2da bar|?"), anthropomorphic ("furry"), grotesque ("guro"), or loli/shota pornography.
    >indecipherable text (example: "lol u tk him 2da bar|?")
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)09:04 No.7060713
    Original Hell March was better.
    >> loladept !!ezyv3PIu+MM 12/09/09(Wed)09:06 No.7060716

    lol welcome 2 forchon dicknuts
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)09:06 No.7060718
    What next, Ufo nazis?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)09:06 No.7060721
    >implying /tg/ has mods or follows the rules
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)09:07 No.7060723
    Yeah, they beamed Lenin down.

    You obviously did not get the idea. Fitting march music, not some pseudo-rock from 90s
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)09:26 No.7060810
    I still believe Hell March 2 was the best one; slower marching than the over-speeded first one, and more "evil" than the third. And on top of that it's fucking good music too.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)09:43 No.7060958
    Lovecraft? In my Soviet Russia? It's more likely than you think.

    Secrets of the Kremlin might be decent for inspiration, less for actual content, since it's set in the 30's and has Stalin finding something awful beneath the Kremlin, but it's worth a look.


    Delta Green: Countdown has a chapter about Russia's anti-Mythos agency GRU-SV8, which, again, is established later, and was mainly focussed initially on dealing with ghouls. But it's probably the best roleplaying book ever, so download it anyway.


    The penultimate section of Horror on the Orient Express also has a section that, while it's set in Serbia, wouldn't be amiss in pre-Soviet Russia, with a cult of the Black Goat skirmishing with the Baba Yaga. Alas, the only pdf I've found is backwards for some reason, but that's only a small problem.


    And then there's Machine Tractor Station Kharkov-37. A scenario set in the USSR, where a Red Army unit sent in to investigate an apparently mundane power cut probably dies horribly. It's very good.


    Obviously most of these are outside of your time frame, or outside Russia, but they should give some inspiration.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)11:38 No.7061953
    YAR HAR okay i'll stop
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)12:34 No.7062486
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)13:17 No.7062895
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    After Ludyenko expressed anti-revolutionary sentiments, and refused orders during battle to fire upon necessary targets inside of Minsk, it was decided that disciplinary action had to be taken, before counter-revolutionary sentiment spread. Captain Kalinin ordered, , that fifty lashes would have to be doled out to Ludyenko, and Lieutenant General Aralov added that his rations should be restricted, and he be chained into his Boyar until further notice.

    Unfortunately things have become complicated when the rest of the team decided to take their meals in the hangar with Ludyenko. We have no proof, and the guards set to watch them swear up and down they have seen nothing, but I'm tempted to think that the others are feeding Ludyenko extra food. Sometimes, while doing my rounds through the base, I've found some of my pilots no longer sleeping in their bunks, but again, in the hangar, to keep Ludyenko company I suppose.

    When I've found them, I've strictly warned them away from doing it, but out of fear of having more of my unit inoperable from raw and bloody backs, I have held back from punishment, but this situation will only escalate as long as Ludyenko is punished. He is still insisting that he did no wrong (Though admirably wishing to be put back into the fight), and as of such I can not lift the punishment, but what manner of punishment is it if his team mates are there to support him? The miserable rebels even baked a cake for Ludyenko's 17th birthday! Out of desperation I write to you, General, in the hopes of guidance.

    -Letter to Lieutenant General Aralov, from Commissar Andropovich. A reply in red was written at the bottom, now indistinguishable from age.
    >> Commissar Lyubshenko 12/09/09(Wed)13:55 No.7063291
    Говно! Here it is, a situation of potential win, yet I see a porn dump and a /v/ thread on the front page instead! SHAME ON YOU, comrades!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:04 No.7063404

    >General Name Surname
    writing to
    >Private Name Patronymic Surname

    >Main Intelligence Directorate, 1st People's Guard Brigade
    >Guard Brigades in the Intelligence

    >Understand that refusing this opportunity would be considered dereliction of duty.

    >our great leader Lenin

    >young Viktor

    Yeah, go fuck yourself; then read some actual Soviet documents, cфмяade.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:07 No.7063428
    Stinking sagefag trying to disrupt potential win detected. Also bumping for quality.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:12 No.7063461
    You either try to write in authentic style - and then you do some research, - or don't bother. If you try and fail, you suck and should get back to reading. It's that easy.
    Oh, and if you write shit like Soviet superiors warning their subordinates about potential disciplinary action, it's not potential win, it's a steaming load of bullshit.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:15 No.7063487
    Is there a guide to writing genuine soviet documents online somewhere?

    Also. There are demonic czars versus soviet fighting mechs. Presumably, format accuracy can be ascribed to the cthulhus mucking about with time or something.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:15 No.7063493

    You fucking whore
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:17 No.7063512
    Spetsnaz were seconded to GRU. Everything else, I got nothing.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:19 No.7063552
    That was...Salient.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:24 No.7063599
    More like there's a bunch of translated soviet documents.

    Spatznaz is "spec-ops", translating it directly. Any special task force, from MVD (or GPU, what have you) to KGB to GRU to MChS units are "Spetznaz".
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:24 No.7063604
    So basically, you're butthurt because someone wasn't historically accurate for a fantasy setting that's loosely based on history. Cry some more.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:27 No.7063640

    Either don't try or do it well.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:29 No.7063668
    Because you're an outstanding whore.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:30 No.7063672
    Fine attitude there. Happen to have any links?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:32 No.7063694
    Yeah. google.com works, especially for a request so precise.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:36 No.7063730

    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:41 No.7063796
    So we have a sagefag and a case of text tourettes. Anyone care to go on with the thread, or do the faggots win?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:44 No.7063831
    Your thread is bad and you should feel bad.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:50 No.7063915
    op detected

    fuck off and stop crying that no-one liked your shitty fiction
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)14:58 No.7063995
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:09 No.7064116
    Sameshit detected.
    On with the thread!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:11 No.7064130
    Well this is sad.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:13 No.7064162

    >Implying the thread wasn't filled with praise before you came along.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:17 No.7064213
    Actually, it was, because you are a bunch of stupid ignorant westerners.
    That said, I was >>7063404, >>7063461, >>7063599 and >>7063831, but not >>7063915 or that assburgers guy.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:21 No.7064265
    Way to let a troll destroy a good thread op.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:22 No.7064275

    Doesn't matter whether it's factual or accurate. The majority of posters in this thread enjoyed the fiction, and if you didn't then hide the thread and move the fuck on.

    Fucking Slavs thinking they're people.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:22 No.7064285
    We can't let the troll win, that's the point.
    Preparing some Imperial Russian propaganda right now.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:25 No.7064322
    sigh. Can we please get on with what we were doing now? Dude who was all like "yarb not authentically soviet enough" was an ass, OP got a little too butthurt, now let's get on with it.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:32 No.7064407
    Your OP detector is broken.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:34 No.7064434
    Needs more railguns-I mean, magnetoballistae.

    Tesla was Russian, after all.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:34 No.7064435
    Negative feedback is the most useful kind of feedback.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:34 No.7064439

    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:35 No.7064449

    You're a cunt.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:36 No.7064465
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    Tesla was Serbian.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:36 No.7064467
    I try not to post in my own threads after I write something, but the guy pissed off with my work has some points despite his aggressive tone.

    The reason I had used the patronymic was in order to distinguish between this Viktor Suvorov and another Viktor Suvorov- however I never followed up on this thought from an earlier version of the document, and let the artifact creep in.

    The reason that the People's Guard Brigade was referred to being appended to the Red Army's Main Intelligence Directorate was to emphasize the secrecy of the poorly disguised "Woo dieseltech powered armor versus cthonic entities" unit that exists in 1921 for some stupid reason- I didn't want to call it "Spetsnaz" because the idea of spetsnaz wouldn't be around for another twenty odd years, so I labeled it with that silly name as I couldn't find any other references to a People's Guard Brigade.

    The rest is entirely out of my range, though I don't really care enough to go looking for genuine translated soviet documents to work from- something thought of late at night that isn't really going to go anywhere. If it terribly offended someone to this degree, I regret ruining their lives for all eternity to see a poorly thought out imitation of Soviet orders weighted more with the desire to ensure that the communists weren't depicted too pure good than an eye for historical accuracy. And with that, I leave this thread. If anyone would like to continue this, feel free.

    By the by, >>7062895 was not me. I didn't really think there'd be seperate bases or hangars in the Russian civil war, but, well, what do I know.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:37 No.7064478
    No he wasn't, he was an ethnic Serb, and born in what is now Croatia, at the time part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. He later became an American citizen.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:39 No.7064501
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:39 No.7064506
    This is true. Unfortunately, Red Alert has married Tesla and the soviets together.

    However, Tesla WAS looking for funding in 1920s... If one felt like forcing it, one could say that Tesla was receiving funding from the Soviets (How, and with what money, I have no idea). I severely doubt that Tesla would consent to being in the Soviet Union proper though. I get the feeling that the Politburo would make him too nervous.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:40 No.7064515
    You fucking bitch. Whore of Babylon and fucker of goats.
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    Enjoyable thread untill the single lonely sagefag ruined it. A crying shame.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:45 No.7064572
    Now that's a position I can respect.
    Generally, should you write more Soviet-style pseudodocumental, don't try to force the sovietness too much. Our Great Leader Lenin was about as frequently mentioned in Soviet army assignments as, I dunno, Freedom and Democracy are in US ones.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:45 No.7064574
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)15:49 No.7064629
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)16:23 No.7065071
    (attributed to Count Nikolay Ignatiev, c.1921)

    (directed to the troops on the main front, regarding the "angels")

    On behalf of Patriarch Grigori:
    These are indeed dark days for Mother Russia. The Great War came and went, but it only brought about the End Times. The godless communists use infernal possessed engines of destruction to kill our glorious soldiers - but there's hope. The Angels are with us! On behalf of the Tzar and Patriarch Grigori, the Hosts of Heaven are with us, fighting alongside the White Army, smiting our enemies and shining with divine glory. Just remember not to look directly at them. Witnessing one of the Heavenly Host has driven better men than you into madness.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)16:31 No.7065179
    My apologies.

    Also, Politburo is an awesome word.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)16:45 No.7065363
    Can we go on, please? Homebrew is all fine and dandy, but I don't want to bear the whole burden of rekindling the fire.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)16:49 No.7065420
    So that's it? The troll has won?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)16:57 No.7065528
    Победа !!!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:04 No.7065627
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    Dumping some Imperial Russian pics to keep it going.
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    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:07 No.7065656
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    And this is why Mother Russia is best.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:08 No.7065674
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    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:08 No.7065684
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    Patriarch Grigori, in case anyone wondered.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:09 No.7065693
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    This one's for the 40K players.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:24 No.7065870
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    Flawless victory
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:27 No.7065906
    here. I tried my best. May another generation take up the flag.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:29 No.7065929
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    Why are you posting pictures of Famous Comic Book Writer Alan Moore?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:38 No.7066021
    That's because Alan Moore obviously is Rasputin.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:39 No.7066038
    Some of us have known this for years.
    I'm behind seven layers of magical protection and I still live every day in fear of Alan Moore finding me.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:49 No.7066160
    I don't think it counts as a troll if they have a good point.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)17:53 No.7066237
    It DOES count as trolling if it's a mixture of derailing and unrelated tourettes.
    >> Adolf Hitler 12/09/09(Wed)17:58 No.7066319

    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)18:03 No.7066390

    It's obvious. One is an enigmatic, charismatic being of magic and sorcery, the other is Rasputin.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)18:06 No.7066453
    According to historical accounts, Rasputin had a humungous schlong.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)19:13 No.7067450
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    After the war...
    A great big dieselpunk society, as the Soviet Union becomes a strange version of a republic- the hardened veterans, their suits, and their armies are bound together by their shared experiences in the war, yet they are invariably from different walks of life, perhaps not all are even communists.

    The NKVD must stomp out what remains of the czar's children, trying to weed out the irrational monarchist's magic even as their state begins to regress somewhat into a feudal society under the iron heels of the knights of the People's Guard. There is no choice after all- to protect them from the creatures skulking in the forests, the people must turn to the mighty Boyar suits...

    Bah. I'm letting myself get all verbal diarrhea-y. Carry on.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)19:48 No.7067908
    Sounds good. but let's focus on the ongoing Civil War for now. I expect it to run well into the 1930s, with the White Army sinerely believing that it's Judgement Day, with the Angels at their side. They don't dare to look at them, because they do what Angels do, leaving mindless, gibbering husks where proud men stood seconds ago. Even worse, some of them kill everyone who looks at them, only to raise them as zombies within seconds.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)19:51 No.7067932
    According to other accounts, he had a tiny fucking peen.

    The descendants of the peasants he fucked said the latter.

    Methinks someone was compensating.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)19:54 No.7067962
    Yeah, we should really specify on the Angels here.

    What do you think, fire and brimstone old testament flavor, a straight rip of Lovecraft, or something else? As far as theme goes. Effects are naturally zombification (The voodoo style- raising legions from the dead is a little overplayed I think), being fuck huge and resistant to small arms, and sanity devouring.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)19:59 No.7068014
    Let's make them a mix of Old Testament and Lovecraftian cosmic horror. Angels are terrifying in every single way, and only priests taught special prayers by Patriarch Grigori can truly control them. The dead rising on behalf of the Angels should be more like the Dead Snow nazis, but with an insatiable hunger for the flesh of the living. Bolsheviks mostly.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)20:12 No.7068136
    I wonder where the menshevik party stands in all that...
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)20:48 No.7068601
    Holy mother of God, I can't take it anymore! First the Red Army's steam-driven monstrosities - suitably named орудие убийства by the Grand Duke - then Rasputin's "Angels". I know that they turned the tide, but it still isn't right. First reopening the cantonist schools, now this! I almost wonder if it's really worth the effort. Propaganda calls it Judgement Day, the final battle between good and evil, but are we really the good guys? Are there any good guys in a war fought between орудие убийства and angels that raise the dead as flesh-eating monstrosities? Last week, Yuri fell prey to these things before the priest could chant the Rite of Banishment!

    Whoever wins this war, we lose.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)20:50 No.7068620
    da, zis vill work
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)20:52 No.7068640
    Don't hyu mean vork?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)20:55 No.7068668
    Jägermonsters? In my steampunk-occult Russian civil war?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)20:59 No.7068694
    Sure, vhy not?

    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:01 No.7068715
    Hm. Jäger commissars, just in it for the fancy hats...
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:08 No.7068780
    This has the potential to turn into a Deadlands-esque stalemate to a civil war that, historically, was won by the "Bolsheviks." Alternate history is a go!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:09 No.7068791
    Mad science is so very Red Army.

    Some men are loath to kill their fellow man merely because he will not attack. The Commissariat will not have this-suitably vicious, but principled men are given tonics and treatments by the madmen in the Special Technologies Bureau and Plant, transforming them into more-than-man, battle-hungry monsters with the charisma of a hundred men and a love for the hat that comes with the position.

    Now every platoon desires a commissar.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:13 No.7068832
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    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:18 No.7068886
    Deadlands- Ruskie edition!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:19 No.7068901
    Of course, the Angels target them first.

    They might be good for a silly version of the campaign, but the super-soldier serum should have severe side effects for the more grimdark version.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:22 No.7068966
    holy shit! this tie-in is actually pretty brilliant. The Kremlin has been secretly mucking about with the Reckoners and their toys, which is why the people are so miserable in the first place. Then the Reds start using Ghost Rock and the inventions it spawns to combat the darkness (not realizing that the ghost rock itself is part of the problem!)

    It also does a good job of showing what's going on in another part of the world post-Reckoning.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:26 No.7069020
    It turns you into a fucking monster. The same is true in both, but in the grimdark it's more explored.

    You want to fight. Like, a lot. You're really good at convincing these guys with you to fight-it's what you were remade for-but really, if they won't fight, there's no point to 'em. Kill 'em, and give their equipment to the rest of the guys. They don't need it; why are they not fighting?

    Of course, you DO shut off...to an extent. That is, you don't kill. Commissar duels-usually taking the form of a bar brawl-are the stuff of legend, and though people may be bruised or break limbs or lose teeth, they don't DIE, so it doesn't count, does it?

    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:28 No.7069062
    Works for me. The stuff will be tweaked by the GM, so the general idea is fine.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:41 No.7069274
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:48 No.7069382
    Бамп за Родину, за Сталина!
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:49 No.7069405
    So basically, you killed three bottles of cheap vodka and decided to troll the thread. I pity you.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)21:56 No.7069512
    > comrade, followed immediately by a butchering of the phonetic spelling of comrade
    sure is troll up in this bitch.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:05 No.7069675
    Does anyone have nice pictures of Deadlands-esque steampunk killing machines?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:05 No.7069679
    Chernobyl would be fucked up in this setting.

    But anyway, wasn't it basically all of Western Europe+The White Russian Army vs the Red Army? How did they win that war anyway?
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:11 No.7069766
    I think they're called CONTRAPTIONS! y'know, like how SCIENCE! is always in all caps with a ! added on.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:12 No.7069793
    Chernobyl happened in 1986. We're talking 1920s to 1930s here.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:15 No.7069832
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    Oh, and Angels basically look akin to this. The Messengers of God aren't nice, friendly, or even humanoid. They're beings designed to bring down the wrath of God.

    Picture blatantly stolen from another thread.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:15 No.7069834
    I know, I'm thinking way too far ahead.

    Next I'll be wondering if Gorbachev's mark on his head is advanced zombie rot or something.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:16 No.7069853

    Lack of cohesion. One White general would launch an assault from one direction, then a few months later, another would launch another campaign the next season. Each wanted power for themselves, and basically divided themselves and made it easier for the Reds to clinch and hold territory.

    And the West only gave support through some minor supplies and stuff. There was an expeditionary force in Murmansk, but it never went anywhere.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:18 No.7069876
    Brits locked down the baltic too I think.

    And there were Japs running around in Siberia before they realized it was a fuck all cold wasteland.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:19 No.7069890
    Nobody has mentioned the Tunguska event yet, have they?

    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:21 No.7069919
    The Tunguska event is what started everything. No one knows what it was, but the remains found everywhere power the war effort of both sides by providing unlimited power. No one knows what that stuff is though. It defies all logic.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:43 No.7070267
    Can we go down to specifics? What kind of weapons are used by both sides? Obviously, the White Army uses the Lebedenko Tank, with an engine powered by "divine" power, and a longer version of the Tsar Cannon as its main armament, also handwaved into function by angels.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:46 No.7070322

    There's also that story about how it was Tesla testing out a death ray on the other side of the world which caused it.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)22:51 No.7070396
    >>Machine Tractor Station Kharkov-37

    HOLY JESUS THANK YOU I have been searching all over for this one.
    >> Anonymous 12/09/09(Wed)23:21 No.7070769
    Great thread OP.

    Now, I must bid you goodbye... You were not meant for this /tg/. I'll remember your concept for a time, maybe even incorporate references into my Adventure! game, but, you can't last. Goodbye.
    >> teka 12/09/09(Wed)23:55 No.7071117
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    never give up, never surrender!
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)01:41 No.7072241
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    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)01:48 No.7072290
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    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)01:58 No.7072363
    Did you even read the thread?
    >> teka 12/10/09(Thu)03:09 No.7072819
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    "back in my day, we were so sneaky we could hide a tank with a handful of straw"

    Anyhow.. so
    - etc etc unrest, etc revolution time
    - soldiers/guards try to knock off the tsar and family, but are instead struck down by oh-god-my-eyes-are-melting angels. (tiny shred of reality- when they were -at first- unable to kill the young romanov girls, it is said that some of the Bolsheviks feared they were violating the "Divine right of kings" and that god was protecting the family.. this turned out to instead be due to the kilograms of jewels stuffing the girls corsets, and proved no defense to things like bayonets to the head, etc, moving on)

    -These divine forces provide a rallying point for the faithful, preventing the fledgling red army from making a clean sweep. Much territory is gained, but neither side feels secure.

    - ? multi-year period of buildup? perhaps much confusion, declarations from either side about unrest and revolution. much of the outside world sees the Red Army as a rebel or terrorist group, due to string disinformation spread by remaining toes to the Capitalists and the church at large.

    - ? genius stuff. some half-mad creator, some new element carved from Tunguska rock, Something in their desperate development under Lenin makes a new breakthrough, pushing back the boundries of human potential for a certain small grouping of subjects and leading to the formation of the People's Guard.

    -the White Army, tired of licking wounds and backed with armies of shambling horrors (all hastily condoned by the Church) pushes back against Red aggression

    -Holy fire meets the fire of Revolution, unscientific muscle and sinew run up against the People's Might of steel and piston.

    in the words of Anon >>7068601 in his letter from the front "whoever wins this war, we lose"

    bravo, folks. bravo.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)03:22 No.7072888

    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)03:48 No.7073141
    There is reference to "Czars", as in plural- perhaps there is a fracture in the white army? At least enough of one to make it so that the white armies remain uncoordinated at least, to prevent the Red Army from immediately being omgwtfbbq stomped.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)04:17 No.7073365
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    This HAS to include the Dylatov Pass incident, somewhere somehow in some form.

    RL Cthulu Mythos FTW.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)07:08 No.7074655

    Again, it wouldn't be the Dyatlov Pass Incident, because that was much later.

    Instead, it would be an earlier incident there. Perhaps Dyatlov Pass is an ancient site of worship of the "Angels". They can manifest far easier there, and these manifested Angels are independent of any control by man.

    Maybe a scenario could be based around Red and White units both trying to discover what causes this extraordinary property of the area. Then we'd need to consider how the Dyatlov Angels interact with those controlled by the Whites.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)08:07 No.7075050
    I wonder if the Red Army has found out that you can keep the Angels in check with a simple pentagram with an eye yet. Maybe they do, but don't know that the Elder Signs need to be consecrated. Someone with a bit of knowledge started the tradition, painting his Hoomhoffer with eyes in the middle of the red star and consecrating them, but no one could emulate it. Anyways, the Red Army should fall back to Elder Signs, but they don't do anything due to lack of consecration.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)08:17 No.7075105

    The Russian Civil War chapters of this book should be required reading for all interested in the setting ITT. So many great ideas.

    >It was instructive to see someone who at one time was quite adept at expounding the mystical significance of the Holy Trinity now sporting the unmistakable signs of belonging to the hosts of evil. But then, of course, there was really nothing surprising in this transformation: many decadents, such as Mayakovsky, sensing the clearly infernal character of the new authority, had hastened to offer their services to it. As a matter of fact, it is my belief that they were not motivated by conscious satanism — they were too infantile for that — but by aesthetic instinct: after all, a red pentagram does complement a yellow blouse so marvellously well.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)08:38 No.7075260
    So basically, the Red Army is in league with infernal forces, using the Hell's Furnace device powered by Tunguska stones to run their killing machines, while the Czar actually commands the Forces of Light, the White Army? Basically, Hell fights for the good guys in a sense. I like.
    >> Doesn't take much to grimbright them... Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)08:58 No.7075403

    The Seraphim (singular "Seraph"), mentioned in Isaiah 6:1-7, serve as the caretakers of God's throne and continuously shout praises: "Holy, holy, holy is the Lord of hosts. All the earth is filled with His Glory." It is said that such a bright light emanates from them that nothing, not even other divine beings, can look upon them. It is also said that there are four of them surrounding God's throne, where they burn eternally from love and zeal for God. The name Seraphim means "the burning ones."

    The Seraphim have six wings; two covering their faces, two covering their bodies ("feet"), and two with which they fly. (See also Revelation 4:8.)

    Two of which are named Seraphiel and Metatron, according to some books. Seraphiel is said to have the head of an eagle.


    The Cherubim (singular "Cherub") are beyond the throne of God; they are the guardians of light and of the stars. It is believed that, although they are separated from Earth, the divine light that they filter down from Heaven still touches the lives of living things.

    They have four faces: one of each a man, an ox, a lion, and an eagle. The ox-face is considered the "true face", as later on in Ezekiel the ox's face is called a cherub's face (Chapter 10). They have four conjoined wings covered with eyes, and they have ox's feet.

    Cherubim are considered the elect beings for the purpose of protection. Cherubim guard the way to the tree of life in the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:24) and the throne of God (Ezekiel 28:14-16).

    Their rank among angels is uncertain but they are always categorized in the First Sphere. Some believe them to be an order or class of angels; others hold them to be a class of heavenly beings higher than angels. Cherubim are said to have perfect knowledge of God, surpassed only by the love of the Seraphim.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)09:11 No.7075507
    No, this
    was the best one.
    RA2 ftw
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)09:14 No.7075529
    And you still wonder why electric guitars don't belong into a revolutionary Russian soundtrack? That's the best proof of my point I could imagine.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)09:22 No.7075590
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    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)09:27 No.7075618
    Grigori Rasputin. Deliberate in a different direction.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)09:46 No.7075773
    I'm not saying anything about a Russian revolutionary soundtrack, I'm talking about Command & Conquer: Red Alert

    "Hell March 2" was the best Hell March
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)09:48 No.7075799
    Yeah, and why don't you talk about C&C in /v/, derailing an only tangentially related thread in /tg/ instead?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)09:52 No.7075833
    Because fuckawesome game music is /tg/-related, /v/ doesn't appreciate older games the way /tg/ goes, and my comments are more constructive than the saging-trollfag's were.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)10:49 No.7076310
    Yeah, but they were still unrelated to the topic at hand.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)10:50 No.7076315
    Holy fuck, this thread is still going?

    <3 /tg/
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)10:53 No.7076335

    >>Implying any Hell March after the first is superior.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)10:58 No.7076364

    >a simple pentagram with an eye

    No, it's like a tree it's got branches coming off it!
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)10:59 No.7076372

    The thread that will not die!

    Rise from your grave to serve the Tsar!
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)10:59 No.7076381
    I was thinking of a way to modify the red star into an Elder Sign.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)11:03 No.7076408
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    We need this guy in here:

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    Please, continue to make epic shit for sake of all failing red army soldiers
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)11:19 No.7076514
    Is that Red facepalming?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)11:31 No.7076640
    Dear Mr. President,

    Myself and my congregation would like to make known our opposition to your refusal to commit troops to aid our beleaguered allies in the Empire of Germany. They are currently engaged in fighting the mechanical abominations and what can best be described as demons, as well as the British. Need I remind you of the statement by King George V that "The rebellious colonies of America shall be returned to our empire before this century is out"?

    Father Michael Layher
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)11:55 No.7076833

    This Russia.


    These Nazis.

    Oh fuck. It's so beautiful to imagine.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:10 No.7077513
    In perpetuity.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:11 No.7077518
    They were so epic fail
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:13 No.7077537
    *imagine Independence Day*
    "Say helo to herr Stalin from fuhrer"
    *laser beam blasts Kreml from the face of the earth*
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:14 No.7077545
    *river of mantears*
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:18 No.7077576
    THIS a thousand times THIS. I`d pay for 5 tickets only to see this scene.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:22 No.7077605
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    You are now reading this message with my voice
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:37 No.7077762
    Entschuldigung, but I was reading it with Herr Flick's voice.

    Stiff and hard. Manually.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:40 No.7077796
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    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:41 No.7077815
    a friend basically played him in our Fatherland inspired WoD campain.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:53 No.7077956
    So, where does Baba Yaga stand in all this, and on whose side is she - and most important, WHAT is she?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:55 No.7077969
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    Imagine me with Bionic Eye
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:56 No.7077991
    Get the fuck out. We russians do not like you.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:57 No.7078005
    *looks around nervously*
    I've never seen an Indiana Jones movie
    Please don't hit me!
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)13:59 No.7078019
    Why, because he orchestrated kicking the collective asses of the Red Army when they tried to rip Finland a new one? Are you a little asspained over Simo Häyhä killing so many of you?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:02 No.7078055

    Soviet Russians, you mean. He used to be a cavalry officer in Imperial Russia, after all. Also went on an expedition to China and served in the Russo-Japanese War.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:03 No.7078075
    Or because he worked with occultist, stole hi-tech bionic and escaped to Finland to aid its White Army against our holy machines.
    *BLAM* *BLAM*
    *BLAM* *BLAM* *BLAM*
    "just to be sure..."
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:03 No.7078082
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    We once watched "The Last Crusade" in my confirmation class. Had an interesting discussion about it afterwards as well. Shit was so cash.

    I've since grown quite averse to the Christianity of my youth but thought it was a cool story anyway.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:04 No.7078093
    Wont killing him mean he will have died without ever having seen an Indiana jones movie?
    You monster! How could you do that to him!
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:05 No.7078097
    There was ungodly fire in their bottles.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:08 No.7078143
    *imaging finnish field priest of satan dual wielding axes and chopping russians to pieces yelling: PERKELE!*
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:13 No.7078186
    Sternberg fits way way too well here.
    he was
    1. A militant Buddhist.
    2. A man who believed it was a mercy to kill the weak.
    3. Batshit insane.
    4. On the White Russian side
    5. Warlord of Mongolia

    He will sooooooo be summoning elder monstrosities with the blood of the innocent.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:13 No.7078189

    The Baba Yaga is an old God. She doesn't care much for the wars of mortals, far less for the petty political machinations of the Reds and the Whites. However, the "Angels" do worry her greatly. They're even older than she, and even she doesn't really understand them.

    She may well help out Red Soldiers if they blunder into her territory, or she might just as likely destroy them.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:53 No.7078714
    HOLD IT! Do you want the Finnish to align with the Red Army? What are you smoking?
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)14:56 No.7078767
    >Mannerheim - white
    >Finland + Mannerheim kicking Red Finlands ass
    >White Finland aiding satanist/occultist white army remnants

    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)15:04 No.7078897
    The White Army still holds allegiance to God, at least in lip service. The guys with the red pentagrams on their engines of destruction are the evil ones.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)15:10 No.7078990
    >implying that right wing dudes are not the evil ones and implying that you must worship christian god
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)15:58 No.7079570
    I didn't imply anything, politicsfag. I just assume that the White Army won't tolerate openly Satanist forces as long as their propaganda targets the Red Army as Satan's cohorts.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)17:18 No.7080603
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)17:35 No.7080814
    >>read some actual Soviet documents, cфмяade.

    Points for trying, Товарищ, but you just sucked something fierce.
    >> Anonymous 12/10/09(Thu)17:38 No.7080845
    He smoked something fierce, comrade - and sucked balls as far as his trolling went.

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