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  1. yes a good point perhaps a other restricting solution comes in mind>> like a timer on the same back and forth same port ...( dynamic behaviour ) where you can think that a port cost (lets say 500 dubs) the first time>> and the second time it cost 25.000 dubs within a month ? but its just a thought. overall a complicated issue ps: come to think of it it also prevents: big nations >> to do the same port every 2 days (like the carthagena full retard attacks >>for over 2 months every 2 days...(what on itself is a weird event also>> to drain a (smaller) nation )
  2. well in the old game days you need to buy a flag >> @admin to overcome certain problems with hostility ( amongst collaborating nations /clans with a interest of cheating and misuse a mechanic for their own profit) you always can think of paying for the hostility missions (permitted wise from the ruling government) i think it is not such a bad idea after all "mission permit for making hostility" you can debate on the prise ,but that is all up to you if we all have to pay for a bellona permit it is also justified to pay for a hostility mission. ps: besides that; who is paying for the victory marks>>> i think it is the permit for the hostility mission >>ask who pays the interest. (the shares?) small br ports small hostility permit price , big br ports > bigger hostility price>>
  3. History The Danish Dog, also known as the Apollo of dogs, is a giant breed. The Danish is Danish in origin, not Danish. It is thought that the breed has been around for more than 400 years. Danish Doggen are descended from mastiff-like dogs that were bred by Danish nobility to protect estates and hunt wild boar. In the 18th century, the Great Danes were prestigious guardians of estates and carriages. They were also popular with the higher class for sports, because few other dogs could drop a wild boar. The Danish who looked more like we know today were developed in the 19th century. In 1880 the Germans prohibited the name "Great Dane" and called the breed "Deutsche Dogge", which means German mastiff; however, the breed is still called Great Dane in English-speaking countries. These dogs are primarily pets and, despite their size, have become popular among city dwellers they love to help protect against robbers. oh. oh. oh..those germans ...again....always try to change history over and over..with everything ... even a DOG is not save lol
  4. Dutch rare 18 century flag flag of one of the major trade city s from the northern part of the united provinces Hoorn / ENKHUIZEN : province North Holland (Noord Holland) Enkhuizer flag (regular : not VOC) (source0: Dutch atlas made by Delisle in 1739) Proposal :^^ V P Holland Enkhuizen --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- pennant 1708 pennant 1800 Enkhuizen pennants^^ (example) ..^^ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ [ V O C ]melted mechant provinces shown here in the following flag? Melted provinces flag south and north (very interesting thought ) (green are still colors of Rotterdam and Red from amsterdam) Flag Voc Enkhuizen (already proposed)
  5. Introducing the mother * ? of the flags ( branche dutch ) and where do they all come from : example: the pennants: you see here many examples and much more ( many places not even given here like : [ vianen, luxembourg . ecc ] ) the legend goes >> Flag of Leuven: After a battle between the "Vikings" and Arnulf of Carinthia had been won by Arnulf, the riverbanks of local river the Dyle were stained red with blood, while the river remained clear. Flag of Austria: According to legend, the flag was invented by Duke Leopold V of Austria as a consequence of his fighting during the Siege of Acre. After a fierce battle, his white surcoat was completely drenched in blood. When he removed his belt, the cloth beneath remained unstained, revealing the combination of red-white-red. So taken was he by this singular sight that he adopted the colours and scheme as his banner. Dordrecht, Gouda and Hoorn do not have a fancy origin story, at least according to wikipedia. (* wrong every flag has his history ) therefore : introducing: the merchant flag of ( Holland) [one of the most important leading provinces of the vp in the NORTH at that time period (18 century) ) seen on many painting but also seem to be forgotten over time. i believe>> also.... this flag has a link with the early American settlers in the 17/18 century where colonist (many dutch settlers went to new amsterdam, current New York) came from europe ( among others from different countries) to settle in america and later on the british empire take control of the colonies. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- let's continue with the mother * of all flags. also been seen on many painting from Hendrick Cornelis Vroom. ( https://www.wikiart.org/en/hendrick-cornelisz-vroom) Hendrick Cornelisz Vroom (c.1562 – February 4, 1640 (buried)) was a Dutch Golden Age painter credited with being the founder of Dutch marine art or seascape painting. Beginning with the "birds-eye" viewpoint of earlier Netherlandish marine art, his later works show a view from lower down, and more realistic depiction of the seas themselves. He is not to be confused with his son and pupil Cornelis Vroom. the painting itself .(arrival of early orange nassau family ?? to the netherlands vp ?? ) also we see the flag of the province of sealand (prov ZEELAND) And Holland (prov NOORD-HOLLAND) depicting : VROOM_Hendrick_Cornelisz The Arrival at Vlissingen (prov ZEELAND / sealand )of the Elector Palatinate Frederick Frederick V (German: Friedrich V.; 26 August 1596 – 29 November 1632)[1][2] was the Elector Palatine of the Rhine in the Holy Roman Empire from 1610 to 1623, and reigned as King of Bohemia from 1619 to 1620. He was forced to abdicate both roles, and the brevity of his reign in Bohemia earned him the derisive sobriquet "the Winter King" (Czech: Zimní král; German: Winterkönig). Frederick was born at the Jagdschloss Deinschwang (a hunting lodge) near Amberg in the Upper Palatinate. He was the son of Frederick IV and of Louise Juliana of Orange-Nassau, the daughter of William the Silent and Charlotte de Bourbon-Montpensier. An intellectual, a mystic, and a Calvinist, he succeeded his father as Prince-Elector of the Rhenish Palatinate in 1610. He was responsible for the construction of the famous Hortus Palatinus gardens in Heidelberg. ----------------------------------------------------------------( also there is a link with the other painting from vroom introducing a other royal hair to the netherlands / v p in a earlier post ) probably, and it seems he was a painter from the nobility. more important is the 2 ship on the right of the painting: one upper right is the flag of zeeland (called province south of holland , and the lower ship is a flag from Holland (called province - North Holland ( NOORD-HOLLAND) ) more painting from ships from the prov. north holland (Noord Holland) Face on Hoorn (important trading city in North holland ) you can see here the pennants of hoorn but also the big flag (7 lanes red and 6 white) on the stern .(and other vessel on top of the mast ) flag proposal:^^: V P Merchant Holland.
  6. A very nice other Historical American flag (branche America) Pennsylvania Navy Flag During the Revolutionary War eleven states created their own navy. (linked historical with the mother* flag*) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- second flag: Whiskey Rebellion Flag ( flag... rare ?) The Whiskey Rebellion occurred in the late 1700s. In 1791, the U.S. government instituted an excise tax on whiskey to help pay off the war debt resulting from the Revolutionary War. Frontier farmers strongly opposed the tax and felt it was an attack on them. Most farmers and distilleries rebelled and refused to pay the tax. At that time, the frontier was comprised of Kentucky and parts of Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Western Pennsylvania rebels took the rebellion further by engaging in intimidation and violence against federal officials that were attempting to collect the tax. Some of the tax collectors were tarred and feathered, and others had their homes burned down. The rebels used a variety of flags to identify the reason for their rebellion. Most were simple, but some had inscriptions of, or similar to, “Equal Taxation and No Excise”. A flag with the wording “Liberty or Death” is said to have used by Hagerstown, Maryland, militiamen when the Federals arrived to try to draft men to fight against the rebellion. The Federals were not successful in drafting those men to its cause. One of the flags used was described as having six stripes to represent the six counties in the area that were included in that faction. Another had six stars and six bars, and another as having seven stars and seven bars. At that time in history, it is likely that the homemade flags were created using wool bunting, cotton or linen. Silk was so expensive that it is unlikely that those on the frontier could afford to use it for flags. The federal government sent the army into Pennsylvania and other states to try to squash the rebellion. While many were arrested, the government was not successful in collecting the taxes. Congress repealed the whiskey tax in 1802 Whiskey rebellion
  7. i saw the battle from the hillside at sale trou (doing neutral trade bargens in shop) and i saw the lure guys fighting with honor at their ports they did well , nice lines and fighting like lions. now how in the world must we let them be slaughtered by predators of the lower class i think world leaders must not let that happen.
  8. Headline of the proclamation VP stays Neutral (Nederland blijft neutraal.)
  9. report F11 24.02 @Ink NAB 98380 in battle the shooting of chain did not react to elevation aiming for top sail and the chain went to the rear of the traderbrig after a odd glitch > after 3-4 minutes... and the chain seems to react again on the elevation. as result the AI trader escaped,
  10. no... i dont know , but i am sure you hold a world record now for highest shrine...(i must put it in the newspaper to let the people know) @Gregory Rainsborough
  11. your balls have just withdrawn.... because of the excitement ....sorry @Gregory Rainsborough
  12. Did ....you ...gave them a port ? 🤡 what a great ally!
  13. do.. you.... know how many lives were lost ...... i will remember....bloopiemcface I will avenge them
  14. well oke, let's say it was against priv , and it was like a misunderstanding from the polish then to attack my fishing fleet. but before the prussians even turned their eyes to guayara and even before that even more, the polish where our friends in battle and when they got their own ports they were left alone by the fishing fleet and did not attack them or throw fish at them. we always let them pass. and never attacked them . but now it all changed, polish in our waters have become a enemy what we didnt want in the first place. they took the wrong fleet and fired the first shot. now we must protect our fishing grounds . sure.. we will forget old friends , and now ...for a reason.... it's called a treason,for absolutely no reason.
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