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Rogue Republic is an innovative RTS project developed by a team of independent enthusiasts aimed to bring you a realistic yet intense C&C Generals-styled game you always dreamed about. Do not like C&C F2P for some reasons? Track Rogue Republic! The game will be released in episodes, with each episode bringing you a new campaign of the overall story arc ranging from Russian-Georgian conflict, hypothetical Turkish-Ukrainian war in the near future, WW3 and its falloutic aftermath.

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Turanic başıbozuks
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Nuttah Jul 10 2013, 9:33am says:

First line of attack within the game itself?

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Ilves Jul 10 2013, 9:36am replied:

it's a tiny bit like GLA Angry Mob.

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Nuttah Jul 10 2013, 8:21pm replied:

In function as well as appearance?

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Ilves Jul 10 2013, 10:36pm replied:

kinda :D

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Nuttah Jul 11 2013, 12:48am replied:

It was something of a problem if your opponent didn't have enough anti infantry weapons.
And a downright horror story if those were neglected alltogether.


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BlackHand27 Jul 10 2013, 10:02am says:

Reminds me the ottoman warriors , anyway these guys aren't the infantry of Great Turan are they ? I mean of the army.

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murauder Jul 10 2013, 6:36pm replied:

Think of it as something you'll use until you get something better. That's what always happens in these kind of strategy games anyway.

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BlackHand27 Jul 11 2013, 6:17am replied:

makes sense

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SönmezReyiz Jul 10 2013, 10:06am says:

There was no such primeminister called Karadığan , did you try to mean Erdoğan ?

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SRB-HawkEye- Jul 10 2013, 11:05am replied:

It's probably a fictional Prime minister, made for the game's storyline.

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Milanium Jul 10 2013, 1:29pm says: Online

Molotov cocktails for EVERYONE!

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rkraptor70 Jul 10 2013, 2:00pm says:

Will the Janissary's be featured in this game?

Hope so, cause those guys were badass.

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Ilves Jul 10 2013, 7:47pm replied:

kidnapped Slav children raised to be loyal to Sultan personally you mean?

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rkraptor70 Jul 10 2013, 11:39pm replied:

I was thinking "recruited" children's form Turkish orphanages loyal to the Prime Minister. Every nation has a lot of them.

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Admiral_Thrawn Jul 10 2013, 2:58pm says:

I got really excited when I saw "Turanic", but then I forgot it wasn't homeworld.

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supjay Jul 11 2013, 3:33am says:

ooo the first look @ infantry :)

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GLALeaderDaDon Jul 11 2013, 9:37am says:

More like Syrian rebels :)

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yavuztezcan Jul 11 2013, 12:22pm says:

I hope u dont design Turan Faction only with rebels(or GLA like). I can't wait this game to try btw.

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Héllalujah! Jul 12 2013, 5:35am says:

I thought that Turans would go on old Turkic Culture for their army design. =D =P XD

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BossGeneral Jul 20 2013, 5:20pm says:

Looks cliche and stereotypical.

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Ilves Jul 22 2013, 10:30pm replied:

there's nothing bad in being a bit stereotypical. That's art, it should look contrast and iconic, not realistic

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ermanay Mar 30 2014, 12:35pm says:

başıbozuks doesn't mean ''head cutters'' it means ''crazy heads'' or ''broken heads''.They called them broken heads because they were bat sh*t crazy in battlefield :P

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The başıbozuks (Turkish "Head cuters") are the irregular militias fighting for the interest of Great Turan, mostly originating from poor republics of Central Asia.

Başıbozuks were irregular fighters during the Russo-Ottoman wars. The first time in modern history the başıbozuk division were re-created by the Turkish Prime Minister Karadığan during the conflict with the Meclis.

When Karadığan tried to strengthen his power, the Meclis rallied its civilian supporters and loyal military regiments. Karadığan rallied his personal başıbozuk forces and won the conflict, enabling him to achieve unprecented powers in Turkey since the time of Mustafa Kemal.

Later başıbozuks became the key fighters against pro-Russian central Asian regimes, enabling Turkey to topple local governments without involving its regular armed forces.

The başıbozuk are loyal and courageous fighters, and although they are underequipped they always fight to the end. Enemy soldiers never risk to surrender to başıbozuk alive, prefering suicide over giving up.

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