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Disaster stories

Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 18:17
by Tiar/A
Let's try this again ...

How do we go about posting disaster substories?

So far I think I made the first one ....

https://theotown.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=67&t=9497

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 21:25
by Ahmad Nur Aizat
TheoWorld War IV (1929-1946)

The end

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 21:28
by RayXP
Great Sethlandian War (1856-1866), Sethland is split and fight eachother...


The End...

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 7:01
by Brody Craft
A man died in a car crash.

The end.

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:10
by soumya-8974
Goriopal Riot (2015 - 16), Goriopal had been hesitated with the poor people and rioting to them until I became Prime Minister.
Marzadaqae-Goriopal war (17 - 25 February 2019), Marzadaqae wants to make Goriopal land-locked but the Gujrat portion survived.

The End...

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 9:53
by Ahmad Nur Aizat
Brody Craft wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 7:01
A man died in a car crash.

The end.
Very epic

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:55
by TheFennekin
A man tripped and died

The end.

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 16:57
by RayXP
President Adam Coscogetti was assassinated in 1944...



The End...

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 19:03
by soumya-8974
Millennium celebration on Goriopal destroyed 5 Marzadaqae Houses.

The End...

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 21:45
by RayXP
The Remington Riots of 1963


The End...

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 22:34
by Tiar/A
Do any of you care to elaborate ...?

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 22:38
by Ahmad Nur Aizat
TiarDVaughn wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 22:34
Do any of you care to elaborate ...?
Simpler a story, easier to undeestand (especially of you have strong imagination)

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Tue Mar 12, 2019 22:43
by Tiar/A
Ahmad Nur Aizat wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 22:38
Simpler a story, easier to undeestand (especially of you have strong imagination)
Well I just thought, you know, because of this - https://theotown.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=67&t=9497

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 2:08
by RyanVJ
Ahmad Nur Aizat wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 22:38
TiarDVaughn wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 22:34
Do any of you care to elaborate ...?
Simpler a story, easier to undeestand (especially of you have strong imagination)
Wuut

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 17:09
by RayXP
TiarDVaughn wrote:
Tue Mar 12, 2019 22:34
Do any of you care to elaborate ...?
Too lazy...

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Sun Mar 17, 2019 14:30
by JoshuaIND
Joshua Christian accidentaly cut his middle finger nail off so his middle finger will need to be amputated.


The end..
...At least I can't lift my middle finger again.

The Fall of the Keldish Socialia Pt. 1...

Posted: Wed Mar 20, 2019 4:55
by RayXP
Denton, Camden, Sethland - 1964
It was December 8, 1964, in the Camden capital city of Denton, President Fred Roberts has just finished meeting with Carl Foster (Governor of Camden in 1964) and other government officials in the Camden Capitol Building. President Roberts was walking out of the Capitol Building, protected from the crowds of people by his body guards. As he was walking down the steps of the Capitol Building, gunshots were fired unexpectedly. They were coming from a building 100 yards away, and the President was shot twice. Less than an hour later, he was officially pronounced dead. Vice-president John Burnett was sworn into office immediately following his death, and a huge investigation had begun...

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Sun Mar 24, 2019 0:33
by THEMAX
Venterelis, Venterelis district , Anternian kingdom

Friday 19/08/1977 , 13:18 / 1:18 PM

The 19/08 , during a flight between Venterelis and Sedre, the flight ATA-781 , a new jumbo jet , an AT-565 owned by Anternian Thenresse Airlines with onboard 351 passengers crash landed on runway 4 at Venterelis international airport after blizzard and very cold temperatures damaged the landing gears which broke when hitting the ground , the aircraft became uncontrollable and collided at low speed with the terminal C1 , fortunaly, no one died this day but the aircraft could never be used and was scrapped while the terminal which was not damaged a lot was rebuilt in few months .

This accident is at the origin of the law L23/04/1978-AATH about Venterelis airport , this law stipulate that Venterelis airport would not be used during the harsh seasonal winter and that all aircrafts would be redirected to Sekless airport at 268 kilometers south where aircrafts would be safer .

This law is considered one of the most expensive as it nessecited the creation of a new high speed train lane between Venterelis airport and city center and Sekless airport and city center to allow passengers to be on time in less than 1h30.

To this day , this line is used with 500.000 passengers per day , this lane initially made for 2 airports allowed Sekless to become a economical hub .
To this day , planes can land at venterelis airport even at winter but this high speed lane is still widely used .

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Sat Mar 30, 2019 23:12
by Mrqwerty
The great slaughter of 1995
A bunch of Hekoam protesters against socialism were all killed brutally 7568 deaths in total
Then two years later, Hekoam became capitalist. Then six months later they became socialist again
Then three days later, they became capitalist again, it was about to change again, but then a
disaster happened at a military base before they could go to civil war.
B)

the end????

Re: Disaster stories

Posted: Sun Mar 31, 2019 1:55
by THEMAX
ARN Katya disaster

the Anternian Royal Navy , known as la Royale , is the oldest navy in the world , today, their ships still sail around the world .

the ARN Venus was a Archange class carrier that was operated between 1937 and 1952 as the flagship of the anternian navy .
the ARN Katya was a Ferdinand class carrier that was operated between 1941 and 1944 as a smaller escort carrier .

On the 6 november 1944 , the ARN venus fought against Senetorian Falangist Order largest fleet, the 1st armada , after a heavy battle, the 1st armada crippled the ARN venus carrier group, sinking several destroyers, subs and cruisers and critically damaging the carrier .
In a desperate attempt to save the fleet, a group of 26 torpedoes bombers and dive bomber flew with almost empty fuel tanks, they had emptied their tanks when they saw the ennemy fleet, they fought against ennemies for 5 minutes by gliding until they started to lose altitude , some dived to their target and other tried to send torpedoes but none successed and all were shot down , when last pilots saw that the survivors were shot , the Venus contacted the ARN Katya , a smaller escort carrier and told them they were defenseless .

With it's airgroup also damaged and all it's escort in the bottom of the ocean , ARN katya fate was hopeless , the crew of the Katya sacrificed itself by ramming the flagship of the 1st armada , the Graffhario , all the crew of the Katya died with not a single survivor but this heroic act saved the Venus .
The Graffhario critically damaged started to sink, trying to save the Graffhario crew, the 1st armada ceased to follow the venus which ultimately saved the ship , 1st armada wanted to capture the Venus and the katya to execute the crew and humiliate "la royale" .

Brave sailors of "La royale" sacrified themselves for their homeland and to save the Venus .

in 1945 , when the falangist order started to bomb the homeland, the song "Katya" was created and became not only the song of the navy but the song of anternian army .
today, the song "Katya" is still very popular in anternia even among the youth and one of the 2 venterelis class under construction will be named Katya .

the falangist order have lost the war in march 1946 when anternian and esteryans paratrooper landed in their capital .
the falangist order was disbanded and split between anternian and esteryan
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