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World War II Edit

World War III Edit

Soviet European Offensive Edit

Invasion of Poland: Soviet forces roll over the Polish reserves. The attack is so fast that Allied Peacekeeper forces don't arrive until the last days of the battle. Introduction of the Hammer tank shocks tank crews expecting inferior T-58 Rhinos.

First Battle of Berlin: The Allied forces fight bravely for a week in the defense of Berlin, but is ultimately overrun by the superiour Soviet "blitzkrieg" tactics.

Battle of Prague: The reserves in Czechoslovakia gather in Prague and hold the Soviets outside until artillery demolishes the opposing forces together with parts of the city outskirts. The destruction leads to the Allies enacting a city evacuation policy.

Second Blitz of Germany: The Soviets steamroll most of Germany when the garrisons that had moved east were defeated. Eventually, the storm is halted at the Rhine.

War in Scandinavia: Amphibious forces battle Soviet naval assets. Allies forced to scrap their amphibious SwM-4e9 Hovertanks due to poor performance. First appearance of the Bullfrog. JS-3 Apocs (the RA2 ones) are rumoured to have been lost in the waters when their transport is sunk.

War on the Rhine: Soviets invade West Germany. The famed Kirov first appears and bombs the crap out of stuff. First appearance of the Apoc JS-4 (keep their numbers low, these things are HUGE) when the massive tanks ford the Rhine with their massive height. Beagles pulled from service, Multigunner IFV first sees action.

Donau Campaign: The Soviets invade Eastern Europe and the Balkan peninsula. The Allied position is quite weak, and the Soviet might is demonstrated in Hungary and Romania.

Invasion of Switzerland: While the Soviets expected an easy battle, the Swiss hold out in the mountains for the entire war, wasting hundreds of thousands of Soviet men assisted by a network of Chronospheres.

The Lowlands Siege: With the Allied forces concentrated in France, the Soviets invade Belgium in February, preparing for the upcoming attack on France. Forces entrenched in the Netherlands keep the Red Army on the border, enforced by experimental forces from FutureTech.

Invasion of France: Two million Soviet troops roll into France at the head of an armoured advance. The Maginot line is destroyed by the newly revealed V-4. The commander at Paris surrenders without a fight to prevent damage to the historic city. Allied forces enter full-scale retreat.

Escape from Dunkirk: Allied forces retreat to Great Britain, having failed to stop the Red Army. Evac via whatever the Allies have on hand. Not a battle so much as a one-sided event of Soviet supremacy. First aircraft carrier sunk, dreadnought beached and lost.

Battle of Geneva: After a year-long siege of the Allied headquarters, the Soviets and Allies duke it out in Geneva, razing it before the Soviets are forced to retreat thanks to Allied reinforcements from the west.

Italian War: Careful to avoid an all-out revenge from the Syndicate, Soviet detachments march down Italy without much resistance.

Battle of the Balkan: The Soviet invasion is secretly slowed down by the Syndicate, seeking to expand their own influence and Talon operations against the Black Hand. Still, the Red Army press towards Albania and Greece.

The Desert War: Expat German Allies and Soviet tank forces clash in North Africa to control route to the Middle East and the oil there. About a year of fighting, Commander Warren makes a name for himself here. The new Soviet tank divisions and the Horizon, Icarus are born of the war here. Commander "Desert Fox" Rommel comes out of retirement to advise Warren.

Operation Barracuda: Naval infantry invades eastern Spain, but are slowed down by the Spanish air force until American reinforcements kick them out.

Battle of Greece: The Soviets are completely bogged down, and with their navy destroyed the Allies can push them back after almost a year.

The Silent War: Allied convoys vs Soviet wolf-pack submarines. Keep the numbers in the dozens, please.

Second Battle of Britain: In the last war, Soviet carrier-borne Yaks fought British Typhoons and Firebolts over England. Now, Apollos and Gic-F Cutlass ramjets battle again to stop Soviet Badgers from bombing London.

The Allied Counter-Offensive Edit

Battle of Brighton Beach: Soviets attempt an amphibious landing at Brighton. First Kirov downed, no Dreadnought losses.

Normandy Landings: Exactly what it seems like. WW2 Normandy... IN RED ALERT!

Battle of the Hedgerows: The Soviets try to fight back the Allied invasion using chemical weaponry. The result is still a loss, but also a devastated Normandy.

Battle of Mykonos: Soviet special forces land on Mykonos to prevent the firing of the Proton Collider and capture the fission research. The research is destroyed to prevent it from falling into their hands (setting back fission research... AGAIN.) but the Soviets prevent it from firing.

Battle of Flanders: Largest vehicle battle of WW3 between the Soviets and Allies. Nine days long, huge losses of multigunner Mk1s prompt a redesign of the class.

Liberation of Paris: A rather short battle, Paris' defenders were cobbled together from forces elsewhere in France. The Soviet general quickly loses his nerve and bolts, and the army quickly routes.

Counterattack on the Pyrenees: The regrouped Allies force the overstretched Soviets back to France, destroying a majority of Andorra in the process.

Operation in Cannes: The Allied leadership, having hidden in Cannes, is liberated by Agent Tanya and an elite Spy team.

Retaking of Germany: Forces from northern France turn east, slowly punching their way through western Germany in an opposite repeat of the Soviet invasion.

Battle of Crete: The European Liberated Fleet defeats the Soviet 3rd Fleet near the island of Crete in a massive Sea Battle in which both sides are heavily weakened. Syndicate privateers and pirates are used for the first time alongside regular Allied Peacekeepers.

Battle of Heidelberg: As the Allies retake France, the Soviets reinforce Germany but are halted by the destruction of their base of operations in Heidelberg.

Battle of Cuba: The Soviet Caribbean stronghold is taken by the Allies after a strong show by the Achilles, preventing Florida from being ravaged.

Ravaging of Saxony: The Soviet Union musters all their forces and tries to halt the Allies on their way to Berlin. Ultimately it is a pyrrhic victory for the Allies, the lands of East Germany badly damaged and a million men dead.

Adriatic Uprising: With their activities suppressed by the Soviets, the Syndicate reacts by staging de jure "pro-Allied" revolts in Italy and Yugoslavia, securing their rule of the countries. The Allies are formally given back control but have practically lost any claims to the area.

Northern Landings: Landing in western Scandinavia, the Allies barely beat the Soviets back to the Finnish-Swedish border in a matter of months. The rest are frozen solid by Cryo forces and shipped back to the Soviet Union.

Second Battle of Berlin: Allies beat the tar out of the Soviets outside the city, then weeks of house-to-house fighting. Assault Striker, Perun debut.

Battle of New York: Enraged by the Soviet losses, Commander Moskvin goes on a personal rampage towards New York and is able to inflict some destruction before Tanya destroys his ship and him.

Second Battle of Leningrad: Cherdenko and his loyal forces turn Leningrad into a massive fortress, having betrayed Davidova and Krukov. Davidova has turned the Red Army against Cherdenko and marches on Leningrad. In the ensuing fight, Davidova's forces are decimated by the elite Black Guard, forcing Davidova to broadcast to the Allies for assistance; in response, newly promoted Allied Field Marshall Manning arrives via chronosphere with a force of experimental units and helps to tear down Cherdenko's fortress, though Cherdenko himself escapes in a strange looking spacecraft.

Imperial Invasion of Russia Edit

First Battle of Vladivostok: The Imperial navy takes the Soviet Pacific fleet by surprise on New Year's Eve, destroying half of it with Shogun bombardment and landing an army. The remaining fleet retreats northwards.

Mission in Vorkuta: A sneak attack on the Soviet Kara Sea port dismantles the fleet, leaving the town of Vorkuta and Russia west of the Urals open for attack.

Battle of Arkhangelsk: The Imperial invasion forces have snuck as far west as the White Sea, officially on icebreaker testing, and launch an assault on the industrial heart of Russia - Arkhangelsk. The Soviets are defeated and the army proceeds towards Leningrad.

Razing of Odessa: In a show of the Imperial might, the Shogun Executioner demolishes the city of Odessa where it has been snuck into before being destroyed completely.

Siege of Stalingrad:

First Battle of Leningrad:

Battle of the Transsiberian Railroad:

Battle of Kazan:

Mission in Krasna-45:

Battle of the Volga:

Second Battle of Vladivostok:

Allied-Imperial War Edit

Invasion of the Philippines:

Battle of Indonesia:

Battle of Brunei:

Battle for the South Pacific:

Battle For The North Pacific: Massive sea battle between the Empire and the Allies for the control of North Pacific. The first prototype Aircraft Carrier ANV Halcyon is sunk due to a hit to the bridge, and the Allied High Command orders the re-work of the design.

Invasion of U.S. West Coast:

Battle of the Bering Strait: (My buddy has this, don't touch it.)

Attack on the Empire Edit

Battle of Pearl Harbor:

Battle of Gibraltar:

Mt. Fuji Incident:

Battle of Aomori:

Battle of Tokyo: The Empire makes its last stand in Tokyo as the Allies conduct a deep strike operation in an effort to end the war against the Empire. The end result is a pyrrhic victory for the Allies, with both sides suffering intolerable numbers of casualties. Emperor Tatsu was killed in this battle and the Empire of the Rising Sun was finally defeated.

Second American Civil War Edit

The Madness of President Ackerman: (Giant laser. It's hilarious.)

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