In an enlargement of the rift between Waterbank citizens and the East River, Feral Marine wet teams were actively looking for Waterbank separatists in Buckland combat area.
“No one really knows what is happening at Buckland,” a Feral Marine spokesperson defended. “Is it possible that a few of our security personnel find Waterbank in the wrong? Maybe. Is it possible that they took it on themselves to go where the news told them separatists were to follow their own judgement? Maybe. But as far as I know, there has been no order for them to do so.”
WIA has responded by sending some of their own agents too, though they deny it. “Is it possible that a few of our security personnel find East River in the wrong? Maybe. Is it possible that they took it on themselves to go where Waterbank citizens miight be in danger and to follow their own judgement? Maybe. But as far as I know, there has been no order for them to do so.”
Visit here: Buckland Military Region
Waterbank News received bad news today after an East River judge ruled that the cocktail napkins seized in Club Prowl were admissible in court.
The three napkins are said to have part of a manifesto for Waterbank separatism and scribbles showing an East River celebrity eating a crow.
“They are offensive and provoking,” the ER Attorney General said after the arraignment. “We are pleased that the judge agreed.”
“We were drunk,” said one of the defendants to the press. “We believe we are being scapegoated and that the napkins actually have an idea for mac and cheese on them. We were drunk, so, I can’t be sure.”
The case will now go on to Blacksborough District Court, one of the toughest courts in East River, and currently running out of the Pippen Fire Department (Central Pierce affiliated). The defendants, who are defending themselves, are pleading with the Fugitive Lawyer to come to their aid.
“If I believe that there really is mac and cheese on the line, I’m there,” said the Fugitive Lawyer.
Special forces, police, and armed groups everywhere are gung ho on Buckland, a multi-regional combat environment for modern combat.
With a variety of entry points, Buckland lets combatants challenge themselves against live and stationary targets. Air, sea, and land operations can be conducted using VICE protocols, with consentual engagements in MCE.
A group of Waterbank separatists were recently practicing there, and left their mark on the combat zone.
“Yeah,” said one of the nurses at the field hospital, “one of them left lipstick all over one of our doctors.”
Visit here: Buckland Military Region
A picture of Daybreak’s full airport
A multi level town with airport, hospital, forests, and a town with as much pity as you bring. Yes, it’s another good urban destination, and like many of the others, it is ready for you to make it your own. See it here, or book Kousara’s Charters there: Township of DayBreak/ International airport, Lyonet
Three Waterbank News reporters were arrested in Pippen this week after allegations of conspiracy and endangering the peace were raised against them in a rival newspaper.
The East River Express, a monthly periodical with a readership of 27, accused the WN of pushing a Waterbank separatist agenda and “conspiring to overthrow the Hellvelyn Art Council.”
The Managing Editor of WN was slow to refute the charges and after several provocative cocktail napkins were found the Sheriff of East River County moved in.
“Hey,” he explained in a press conference, “my sister’s on the Art Council.”
The reporters are being held without bail in East River Penitentiary.
Northbridge, one of the areas of the Prototype Tri-State, has been closed off for a massive construction effort. NTBI has said nothing of the massive project, though WBA President Sketch Sun offered this insight.
“Northbridge is SZYM and NTBI, and those are mega-corporations run by visionaries. They don’t just repaint the walls. They remove the forest, lay down miles of road, and build towers in the sky. Whatever is happening in Northbridge will be big and game changing.”
A new release by Feral Marine may revolutionize logistics operations around the world, and freight insiders and GTFOers are already making space for this latest development. A fully articulating crane (link) offers a chance for cargo to be loaded without the use of longshoremen or delivery people.
“We ain’t happy,” said one union rep for the Sansara Labor Union, which represents longshoremen around Sansara. “Dat machine’s bad business.”
“It’s good business” insisted Feral, “it’s just bad for collecting overtime.”
Link to product: Crane