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A letter to the King - Latest Episode (Hiatus)

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This is my attempt at a report on the state of PvP1 EU, where is the action at, who took what, who wants it back....and what are them there colonials up to !!

 

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Thanks guys, feedback always welcome, helps motivate for the next video

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The latest episode (2) of A Letter to the King : 

 

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Episode 3 : Could either be called "A Game of Two Halves" or "The Great GANKSBY"

 

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Episode 4 of "A Letter to the King"...A huge patch did not get in the way of a massive week of PvP on the server, huge swings in port holdings, audacious strikes at the heart of an empire and some true 'Dread Fleets' in action.

 

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Swedish Chef in representation of the Danish :D

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Thanks, would love to know the lowdown on what is actually going on in the East beyond Currency Amalgamation and Sausage Definition :wacko:

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Well, in a nutshell, you have the Dutch Soviet Republic, with their awesome labour hours prices :D Then you have the French corsairs sailing all over the map ( always a welcome sight and good allies when jumping brits ) and having a new launch port in San Domingo south coast. No idea what the Swedes are up to but some of them might be very DRUNK for sure.

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And latest news: The mighty merchant fleet of the Dutch Soviet Republic is now in a state of war with the Pirates. Expect armadas of Le Gros Ventre class vessels in port battles near you, their big bellies ready to gobble up the riches of the port.

 

Also: salted pork is now traded at a 2:1 ratio with fresh sausage in preparation of the Gros Ventre campaign.

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And latest news: The mighty merchant fleet of the Dutch Soviet Republic is now in a state of war with the Pirates. Expect armadas of Le Gros Ventre class vessels in port battles near you, their big bellies ready to gobble up the riches of the port.

 

Also: salted pork is now traded at a 2:1 ratio with fresh sausage in preparation of the Gros Ventre campaign.

 

You've just joined the winning side.

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You've just joined the winning side.

 

I already feel the whip of my unhappy Danish-Norwegian (*tiphat to Galileus*) overlord cracking down on my bare merchant back in anticipation ...

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A letter to the King Episode 5 brings us an absolute 'biff-a-athon' with more ships sunk and captured in the last week than perhaps the preceding month, enjoy :

 

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Damn, you need to give Mutley to a faction. I like the toon dogs motif :) *watching episode atm*

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Many thanks for the reports. Much appreciated and highly entertaining.

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Episode 6 of A Letter to the King sees every nation in the game embark on all sorts of high quality biffo, with Haiti beginning to look more like a Jackson Pollock and the Pirates losing more ports than you can shake a stick at....this should make for an interesting tale.

 

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