Second Crimean War # 222

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The Doodler
12th Jul 2012, 4:11 PM

There's method in Iaroslav's madness. Thing is, there's also probably madness in his method. :P

It's a huge symbolic deal for Bohdan to make it clear he controls the Crimea. Historically (and even today, to a large degree) the Crimea was far and away majority ethnic Russian, with some Tatars. In fact, the Crimea was considered part of Russia until 1954, when the USSR lumped it in with Ukraine for ease of administration. When Ukraine got independence, they made some political deals with Russia and kept it. Still, Bohdan's not gonna have many friends there.

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Ryan C.
12th Jul 2012, 8:51 PM

Apparently being sneaky was too boring.

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SketchingArt
13th Jul 2012, 4:02 PM

Aw, snap. Literally.

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The Doodler
14th Jul 2012, 1:47 AM

And they've learned since last time too. They're out of reach of him, and two of them are keeping watch in case he's just a decoy.

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Tantz Aerine
27th Jul 2012, 7:48 AM

Love the way they react, and how he expects them to react that way.

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The Doodler
1st Aug 2012, 2:25 AM

He's been doing this professionally, and much longer than they have. :P

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