[align=center]Shintaion Resistance[/align] -Delegations Counsel Chambers, Abscus The room was generally quiet, everyone stayed silent trying to pick apart people visually. One person in particular was Shintaion’s latest president, Heather Halberd, a brown haired, nice figured individual who also carried an air of intelligence to her. She lifted her glasses to her eyes and began to read over the subject at hand. “Call to order, the High Counsel will now hear the sides on the matter of Shrivisk’s document A972 and files B478, B479, and B480. Please remember we are here to find solutions not problems. Emperor Mirar why don’t you start?” The High Counselman motioned to a old man with a long white beard. He also seemed to have saw a great deal of battles in his life time, his hands worn from weapon fire and his scars on his face several close calls to shrapnel. “Shrivisk is suffering from a great deal of inadequate naval distribution. Our ships cannot confront the powers of these beasts at hand and we either need better ships or better captains. Recent calls from the frontline have placed the first officer many times in the captain’s chair. It was my hope that Shintaion could provide better and more suitable personnel to my posi-“ “I object.” Heather said standing up. “The personnel I gave to you was both the last remaining naval officers I had in my military and you knew full well of that. I never suggested you make them captains of their own battleships.” Her protest was taken into deliberation. “The High Counsel will keep that information in mind. Please continue Emperor Mirar.” The old man nodded. “Our naval positions have been thwarted on the outer seas of Teros and the attacks on the main land to the east are immanent. Shrivisk here by not only request higher ranking naval officers to replace those lost, but also to protect the bases I would like some ground troops specialized in land to sea battle.” The old counsel members deliberated for a moment before coming back to the group. “Abscus will provide several naval officers, however, the ground battalion is currently unfinished. In a week we will have manufactured the Clip Tanks you need to keep a formidable line. Until then please wait it out.” “Understood high counsel.” “Now final matter is Shintaion’s C825 papers. Are you sure about recruiting novice officers, perhaps close to children, and even militia?” Heather once again took the floor. “Sir, if I may speak frankly?” The question was answered with a nod. “The militia is in the same shit situation we are. They may not realize it all that well but with a little money we can have a total of one hundred thousand more troops. My team will consist of several different freelancers and we’ll see just how well they do with Mission 1282 aka Resistance. For us it is a win win situation, if they complete it, we’ll have reclaimed an important piece of Teros and our first land war victory. If they fail we know that the militia will be useful as front line peons to protect our more experienced troops.” “The High Counsel sees your point and we grant you our seal on this new unit. Have you found all of your personnel?” “Not yet, but I know where to look.” Heather said smiling. For her this meeting was now over.