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Justiz in Nurnberg (Alternate History), part 4
In the Russian HQ in Berlin, the mood was euphoric. General Vasily Chuikov, delighted at news of the 'faltering' German defense, had assembled a minor celebration in his office. There, he was talking with his top associates on how easier their victory over the fallen Reich would be, and what the future would possess.
"Those krauts will be bawling their eyes out when our people lynch them on the streets", Chuikov proclaimed, "I can just imagine it now. We all being rewarded with medals from Stalin himself, because we are heroes. I'd love to see the 'Fuhrer' on display at the Moscow Zoo. The children will be running to the site just to throw rocks at the caged bastard". Everyone cheered at the thought of their victory. They had special plans to punish the Nazis once the war was over. Suddenly, one of Chuikov's chief strategists rushed into the room with important intel in his possession.
"General Chuikov", the strategist exclaimed, "There is urgent news relating to the fight in Berlin! D
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Justiz in Nurnberg (Second and Last Flashback)
September 29th, 1944: 2 months after the July Plot on Adolf Hitler's life, much of the conspirators have already been executed. And the rest of the German High Command was put on high alert to pay nothing less than absolute obedience to their Fuhrer. The Western Allies have almost liberated all of France from Nazi occupation, and the brutality left behind was obscene. 'Governor-General of Occupied France' Reinhard Heydrich, on the endorsement of Hitler, enacted a policy of 'scorched earth' on French infrastructure. These actions would leave the French economy is ruins for years to come. Hundreds of thousands of French civilians were dead, and millions were left homeless. The world press was in shock and even some Germans felt that the brutality went too far, particularly Erwin Rommel. And the Eastern Front, the horrors were even worse. Heinrich Himmler (who by now was issued general command of the Eastern Front) succeeded in causing massive Soviet casualties, but he failed to prevent t
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Justiz in Nurnberg (Flashback)
January 19th, 1942: 5 days after nearly suffering a stroke out on the Eastern Front, Field Marshal Walther von Reichenau was ordered to report to the Wolf's Lair in East Prussia. von Reichenau had commanded the Sixth Army throughout the entire war, smashing through Belgium to France. He had also led the Sixth Army to make massive gains in Ukraine during Operation Barbarossa. However, unlike most generals, von Reichenau was an devoted member of the Nazi Party. All these factors led him to be very favorable in the eyes of Hitler. In fact, 9 days before he nearly died, he was entrusted to head the entire Army Group South, whilst General Friedrich von Paulus took control of the Sixth Army. But now, he felt nervous as he was being driven to Hitler's HQ. He feared that his health crisis could sway Hitler into retiring him for good. After being searched by the SS security, von Reichenau walked throughout the Wolf's Lair to where a conference was being held. Among those present was Colonel Gen
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Justiz in Nurnberg (Alternate History), part 3
As the sun began to dim on Austria, a small SS staff car drove towards Obersalzberg with an vital mission. Two SS-Sturmbannfuhrer officers were assigned by SS-Obergruppenfuhrer Heinrich Mueller to take a particular condemned man to be shot by who used to be called Hitler's second-in-command. Wilhelm Canaris was involved against the Nazi regime ever since the Anschluss of Austria. His co-conspirator, Hans Oster (famous for the Oster Conspiracy), was personally shot by SS-Oberstgruppenfuhrer Reinhard Heydrich shortly after the latest attempt on Hitler's life. Canaris himself had been 'spared' by the Blonde Beast for several months until recently. The former Abwehr chief and Heydrich had a complicated rivalry that lasted nearly as long as the Reich itself. Heydrich had Canaris sent to the Flossenburg concentration camp for slave labor for several months. The experience scarred the old German for life. In early April, Heydrich knew that Flossenburg would eventually be liberated, so he orde
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Tropicop Exposed, Return of Dorsato: Part 4
As the car drove down to the road that led to Honey Hive Palace, the hornets' minds overflowed with anxiety. After several moments of contemplating, Tropicop eventually came to a solution. Even if he didn't like it at all.
"Alright boys, listen up", Tropicop anxiously spoke, "you all have to get the train tickets at the Odonato railway station for us to safely get to our beloved kingdom. I have to grab... 'essentials' from that palace. And I will then arrive at the station to get on the train for our freedom. But now, I... need you all to throw me out of the car when I say so. I'll meet you all when I have gotten everything. I-I'll pray that I make it out alive". As the car drove near Honey Hive Palace's backyard, Tropicop's entourage hastily grabbed their leader and threw him onto the grass. The pathetic hornet watched the car drive off in the distance, with a dangerous amount of dread in his stomach. As Tropicop's mind was racing, Charmy broke out of his disheartening depression to g
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Justiz in Nurnberg (Alternate History), part 2
"All rise!", the bailiff of the Nazi's "People's Court" announced to the courtroom. This was the tribunal established by Adolf Hitler to cement the Reich's beliefs deep in Germany's judicial system. Unfortunately, the defendants usually had no chance of getting anything but guilty, especially under the jurisdiction of "Judge-President" Roland Freisler, who narrowly survived a Allied bombing attack on the courtroom 2 months prior. For months, several German officials have been sentenced to death for their involvement in the infamous assassination attempt against Hitler in July 20th, 1944. Erwin Rommel and Wilhelm Canaris barely escaped this fate through the intervention of SS-Oberstgruppenfuhrer Reinhard Heydrich, for reasons that would not be revealed until after the war. Speaking of the "Blonde Beast", he was in attendance of this trial along with several high-ranking SS officers, such as Karl Wolff and Heinrich Himmler himself. But unlike most trials relating to Stauffenberg's coup a
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Tropicop Exposed, Return of Dorsato: Part 3
While certain chaos was happening elsewhere in Honey Hive Colony, the main palace itself was rather blissful. Most of the main hornets have been already arrested and kept under high security in the dungeons. Despite popular opinion (and her own torture from a few of them), Queen Bea did not find it in her heart to execute any of them, nor put them on trial. Instead, the hornets were given indefinite prison sentences, and each one's time in custody would be based upon their individual crimes. She understood that hornets and bees were never exactly affectionate in terms of relations, but what Vespa's troops did to her hive was beyond anything that she could have possibly imagined. As a matter of fact, the yellow hornets in general acted in a manner that ultimately disturbing for her. But now was not the time to concern with those thoughts. She had to take care of her kingdom while stabilizing herself at the same time, since she had been through so much trauma. Today, Bea and Mellifer had
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Tropicop Exposed, Return of Dorsato: Part 2
While Dorsato was highly dissatisfied with what happened to Honey Hive, another insect felt the exact opposite. In fact, he felt more satisfied with his career than ever before. Other than Honey Hive Palace, there were two other mansions that belonged to particular hornets during their oppression against the bees. One of them belonged to the notorious bureaucrat Luctua, who presided over the physical slave labor and personal rape of their queen. But the other mansion was more isolated from the regular towns of Honey Hive. It contained several hornet soldiers told to defend it at all costs. No one in or around the mansion heard what happened to the rest of Honey Hive. But the mansion itself was genuinely bizarre. Its decor was so tasteless that Vespa would be disgusted, yet it contained tons of priceless portraits and antiques. Some were from the owner himself, while others were either stolen from Honey Hive's museums or were Queen Bea's own belongings. Alone, sitting in the dining room
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Justiz in Nurnberg (Alternate History), part 1
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(crucial scenes from World War II and the Third Reich are screened as the quotes are read audibly as a voiceover over the scenes)
"While National Socialism brought about a new version and formulation of European culture, Bolshevism is the declaration of war by Jewish-led international subhumans against culture itself. It is not only anti-bourgeois, it is anti-cultural. It means, in the final consequence, the absolute destruction of all economic, social, state, cultural, and civilizing advances made by western civilization for the benefit of a rootless and nomadic international clique of conspirators, who have found their representation in Jewry".
-Joseph Goebbels
"If the Jew ever got a chance to take revenge on us, what do you think would happen to your wives and daughters, to your brides? How this diabolical hatred would wreak vengeance upon the German people? No! Those who refuse to fight will die in other ways".
-Hermann Goering
"One basic principle must be the absolute rule f
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Tropicop Exposed, Return of Dorsato: Part 1
2 weeks have passed since Honey Hive was liberated with the assistance of Team Chaotix. Vector and Espio have already left by now and Charmy was due to return to them in a week. Him and Bea were making the best of their time, though. Everything seemed to be at ease. Vespa and her subordinates were imprisoned and Honey Hive was starting to repair itself. Peace seemed to at a momentum. But, unbeknownst to many of them, this day would end up absolutely bizarre, in more ways than one.
On the outer border of Honey Hive were a series of mountains. The biggest of them was Mount Coleo, named after a famous beetle explorer. They weren't the tallest of mountains on Mobius but they did emit a splendorous shine on Honey Hive every day because of their unique location to where the sun rises. However, there is another reason why the mountains hold much purpose. For 8 years, it has held a special estate, one made specifically to house a disgraced royal. It seemed to be a comfortable little hut, but t
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My Top 10 Fan-Characters
The past is the past. I can do nothing to change that. But I'd like to commemorate to the past and pave for the future. And what better way to do that than to make a top ten on my favorite fan-characters. I will give deep descriptions and explain their specific spot on the list. Before I get to the main 10, here are some honorable mentions:
Velutin: Former Leader of "Communism for Giant Hornets". He had inspired many giant hornets to overthrow the rotten king Basal and establish communism. Unfortunately, he died shortly after the revolution succeeded and Mandarin took power just like that. He's the lowest here because I'm honestly not too invested in him. I made him honestly to keep the story moving and nothing else. Maybe he can be used as a spirit later, but thats about it.
Moscar: The supreme Giant Hornet General and Mandarin's most loyal follower. He is based off of Megatron from WFC and FOC. He expresses a special level of sadism when he fights opponents, especially those who look
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Hornets v.s. Bees: the Prologue Part 5
The following is a story in the Sonic fanbase. I have already written a prologue to "Honey Hive Heist" before but I believe its time to bring into story-mode. I'm splitting into multiple parts because its likely to take longer than one time. This work is also dedicated to Toni-the-Mink herself for her contributions to the fanbase. I'm also likely to do future stories later on and maybe create some art (but thats only a maybe). That being said, sit back and read this:
All official Sonic characters (c) SEGA
Bea, Vespa, and Poyse (c) Toni-the-Mink
Everyone else (c) Jerichards2
6 years before present time:
Similiojo is now feeling more pressured than ever before. Last year, Mandarin himself guaranteed the independence of Honey Hive, which meant that the Giant Hornets would aid Honey Hive in ANY conflict. As ambitious as he is, Similiojo knows that a war against the communists (much less both them AND the bees) was suicidal. He assigned Bicolitz to give him constant reports on the stability
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Hornets v.s. Bees: the Prologue Part 4
The following is a story in the Sonic fanbase. I have already written a prologue to "Honey Hive Heist" before but I believe its time to bring into story-mode. I'm splitting into multiple parts because its likely to take longer than one time. This work is also dedicated to Toni-the-Mink herself for her contributions to the fanbase. I'm also likely to do future stories later on and maybe create some art (but thats only a maybe). That being said, sit back and read this:
All official Sonic characters (c) SEGA
Bea, Vespa, and Poyse (c) Toni-the-Mink
Everyone else (c) Jerichards2
8 years before present time:
Surprisingly, the citizens of Honey hive are rather calm. While the consequences were severe by the treaty, at least the war was over and they had a new monarch. To fix the broken economy, many ministers took their excess wealth and converted it to the national treasury. And now, Mellifer could teach her further with little interruption. Dissent in the hive decreased overtime and many gr
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                                      RIDGWAY THE GRYPHON III
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If you've got a Sonic Fancharacter or love looking at everyone's characters, my new group might interest you! Not only does it promote the sharing of your creations, but every Saturday I will do a weekly feature of some of the works most deserving that week! 
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Just heard that the President is under investigation for obstruction of justice.

Happy 71th Birthday, Donald Trump!
4,000 page views! A brand new record for me!

Vegeta: Beginner's luck!
'Inspired' from :iconregnoart:

Guess I've been poised to do another interview. This time, it will be with King Crabro of the Yellow Hornet Empire. What's the worst that can happen?

1. How would you generally describe your reign?

Crabro: I'd generally like to call it prosperous, whilst still being lawful. I'm held in high regard by almost everyone in the empire, and I sincerely appreciate it.

2. How do you feel about liberating your people from the warlords?

Crabro: To this day, I'm very proud of myself for conducting it, for freedom is the number one priority for all insects alike.

3. What would be your ideology, per say?

Crabro: I would certainly describe myself as a orthodox conservative. The old values of our nation may be forever preserved.

4. What is your general view on Honey Hive Colony?

Crabro: To be honest, I've rarely heard about the hive in years. But I seem to understand that, for years, the bees there seem to be despised by the majority of the populace in our empire. I just hope it recovered well from that terrible war waged 8 years ago.

5. Why specifically do you seem to view Affim as your favorite child?

Crabro: He is much more than simply 'next-in-line' for the throne when I pass away. He is uniquely intelligent and he brings a lot of experience to the table. And he has a passionate love for this nation and he looks after my well-being. A perfect son, if there ever was one.

6. Why do you hold so much resentment for your estranged daughter Vespa?

Crabro: She never contributed anything while she was a princess. I practically worked myself to death for several years whilst she always kept complaining! I expect my children to take aspects of authority off my shoulders. I'm too old to rest the entire nation on my shoulders alone. Worse yet, she knew I was suffering yet she still acted like a brat! Maybe her exile taught her about being much more selfless. I'm open to accepting her back in, but only in the right circumstances.

7. How aware are you of current events going on inside and outside your empire?

Crabro: I rarely do get much news nowadays, because I've been forced to take a temporary leave from mainstream duty. Similiojo gets all of the intel and he is set to tell me everything of the most significant importance.

8. What are your views on the nationalism of your empire?

Crabro: While admittedly it is very troubling, it is preferable for them to express such rather than them be slaves. Such patriotism has consistently contributed to our extraordinary unity as a nation. Hopefully, Affim will manage to calm down the extremities when he's in charge.

9. Why do you view communism to be the most genuine threat to insectkind?

Crabro: The Giant Hornets, despite being a nation based on the principles of equality, has contributed little to their own people. Mandarin is, without a doubt, the most sinister creature to be procreated on Mobius, and that's one hell of an accomplishment. He purges who he sees as a threat, he invades places to increase his power, and his citizens are starving and freezing. I am more than willing to allow, or even lead, a potential invasion to remove Mandarin and his cronies from their iron grip on the nation. It's a shame that socialism has shown to be more oppressive than a monarchy.

10. How much do you acknowledge your declining health?

Crabro: I'm afraid I have taken a deep downgrade. It was primarily out of my meticulous nature and devoting so much attention to the nation. I've spent so much of my energy to making the empire as prosperous as it is that it was genuinely killing me. 

11. Are you genuinely concerned about your wife's drinking problems?

Crabro: Well, Vulga always had a bit of problem when we got married. But I'm genuinely convinced that the stress was getting to her. She's with me now, as our health is hopefully taking a turn for the better.

12. What made you fall in love with her in the first place?

Crabro: Vulga admired me for my revolutionary actions in liberating us and had a fiery passion to build our empire to what it is now. I vividly remember our first honeymoon. I wish Vespa would be more like her content sisters, or more like her mother.

13. How would you compare your parenting skills to, let's say, how Dorsato treated his single daughter?

Crabro: Unlike him, I take my role of being king seriously. I'm convinced that he only had one child so that he could have a constant playmate, rather than a heir to the throne. If he remained as king to this day, I'm convinced that his daughter would have become a bubbly ditz! You have exert genuine authority as a parent, even if you take the easy route with having a single child. I may not tend to most of my children that often, but I tried my damn best to teach them how to be successful in the outside. Would you think that after liberating an entire people from barbarians and creating a prosperous nation at the expense of my own health, that I would parade any of my children as if they were worth more than my sacrifices?! Sure, sometimes I feel that I may be too distant with my children, but that's a strong drawback to being a great king.

14. Why do you trust Similiojo so much?

Crabro: He genuinely admires the efforts I undertook and has pledged absolute loyalty. Sure, he may be the most blatant root of the excessive nationalism, but I know it comes from the right place. In fact, it was him who saved me from death. He stopped me from working so hard and has now taken the reins whilst I recuperate. I have plenty of old friends that I talk to, like Oreitel, my old general. But it is Similiojo that I probably respect the most, because I wouldn't be feeling better otherwise. He'd never betray me. That is a concrete fact.

15. How much has your health improved since 6 years ago?

Crabro: My hand has now stopped shaking and my body has now gotten much more healthy now that I've been away from the stress. My wife has also heavily improved on her drinking problem and now has acted far more normally. I'm actually considering returning to the palace and Similiojo said he would be delighted that I would. But my doctors have stressed that I still refrain from much duty to keep my health from taking a nosedive. 

16. Do you think Affim's ideas for reform would be a good idea?

Crabro: The boy has plenty of unique ideas. Some are rather revolutionary, while others are just nonsensical. While I do favor tradition, I can see the need for our empire to modernize and Affim certainly has a strong appeal to the younger people of our nation. And if he wants to introduce parts of democracy into the system, I'd be alright with it. But then he starts spewing ideas of a unionized kingdom between us and Honey Hive Colony. If the populace has such a distasteful view towards Honey Hive Colony as it is, why in the hell would they accept a union with those same bees?! And he also insists that hornets should be allowed to marry insects beyond the empire. He can proclaim any excuse he wants, but I know that he is doing this mainly to get intimate with their current queen, Beatrice. Sometimes, he can be so desperate.

17. How concerned are you with Affim's abstinence from mating?

Crabro: Affim is perhaps the most stubborn person I've met when it comes to appealing love. He won't even accept nice hornets from the countryside, and they were pleasant girls! But he is insistent that the love of his life is Queen Bea and nothing more. Look, I have nothing against Beatrice personally. In fact, I'd say she's certainly a step up from her father. But why would Affim be so lovestruck with her?! And I know that Affim has taken consistently 'relieves' himself to make up for the abstinence. He thinks I'm oblivious to what he does, but I always know. And I know that he's an atheist, yet I chose to remain quiet because I still love my son and he loves me. Maybe it's the fact that I've never spoken with her before. I've been Dorsato countless of times before the war, but his daughter wasn't so noticeable to me. If I knew her more, then maybe I'd understand my son's affections more. But I still have my reservations.

18. Any regrets?

Crabro: Admittedly, I might have been rather despicable when I last saw Vespa. I definitely could have handled it far better, but my stubbornness and poor health clouded my judgement. I also regret about letting the war against Honey Hive take form. Despite the masses wanting war, I should have rejected the entire affair, even if at the cost of my own reputation. Sometimes, my philosophies are never really consistent. But I am an old hornet now, so there's little chance of reversing previous affairs now.

19. What would you do if you ever see Vespa again?

Crabro: It all depends. If she is genuinely suffering and sees the error of her ways, then I'll be glad to forgive her. If she made a strong living for herself, that'll give me a lot of genuine pride and new form of confidence in her. But she is shown to be unrepentant, lazy or or even worse than what I last saw of her, then I'll want nothing to do with her. It's her own life choices that determine whether or not she is worthy of sympathy.

20. How would you spend the last years of your life?

Crabro: Perhaps I would be willing to abdicate the throne to Affim in due time. I've grown to be rather tired of the constant workload of remaining king. Yet Similiojo always begs me to continue to serve. I can't blame him for being so passionate. But I'd chose to retire where I currently am recuperating. I would still keep an eye on my son, don't think I wouldn't. But I'd see to it that I spend my last years in serenity, with the people I love.

Tagging for potential interviews, with your own questions to ask any of your OCs (FYI: It ain't required, only a suggestion). :icontoni-the-mink:, :iconcharmythecutebee:, :iconsilvaze126: and :iconchaospadilin305:
Birthday Request: Vegeta and Ridgway
Well, guess it's literally back to the drawing board, am I right? This particular piece is a special request from one of my closest pals: :iconregnoart: It's his birthday today and he explicitly asked me to do this. So I figured, why not do it now? Perhaps I'll draw more in the future, though I'll still take my time.

Happy Birthday regnoart!

Vegeta (c) Akira Toriyama

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I'm a Democratic Socialist, albeit slightly a bit nationalist as well.
In the Russian HQ in Berlin, the mood was euphoric. General Vasily Chuikov, delighted at news of the 'faltering' German defense, had assembled a minor celebration in his office. There, he was talking with his top associates on how easier their victory over the fallen Reich would be, and what the future would possess.

"Those krauts will be bawling their eyes out when our people lynch them on the streets", Chuikov proclaimed, "I can just imagine it now. We all being rewarded with medals from Stalin himself, because we are heroes. I'd love to see the 'Fuhrer' on display at the Moscow Zoo. The children will be running to the site just to throw rocks at the caged bastard". Everyone cheered at the thought of their victory. They had special plans to punish the Nazis once the war was over. Suddenly, one of Chuikov's chief strategists rushed into the room with important intel in his possession.

"General Chuikov", the strategist exclaimed, "There is urgent news relating to the fight in Berlin! Defenses have fallen back on all fronts except for extensive protection of the Reich Chancellory. And they only ceased their defense after several German vehicles left the premises. Hitler could have been in one of those cars!" Everyone else was caught off-guard at this shocking revelation, but Chuikov was rather skeptical of the intel.

"Even Hitler's not stupid enough to escape by road during this brutal battle", Chuikov scoffed, "It must be consisting of lesser officers".

"But all other defenses were literally pulled from their original fronts to protect the roadway of those cars! Who else would they devote so much protection for?!" Chuikov eventually realized that the Germans may have deceived him, though he still wanted to deny it.

"What direction were those vehicles traveling?"

"South, General Chuikov. Probably heading towards southern Germany".

"Tell the generals on the front to conquer the Reich Chancellory as top priority! Have them search the entire building for any German official! And if Hitler is not there, then have the entire 8th Guards Army march south! Soviet fighters and bombers will be redirected to aim for southern Germany! You are to send to a telegram to Marshall Zhukov explaining our agenda. Capturing that mad man will be the official mission!"

"Yes, General Chuikov!" The strategist then quickly raced out the room for his vital mission. The other officers quietly stared at Chuikov panting, a stark contrast in the mood priorly. They all knew that if the Allied command (especially Stalin) found out that they let the most wanted men in Europe escape, they would be shot without hesitation. They wouldn't be able to catch Hitler, but he wouldn't escape justice.

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By now, Hitler and his selected entourage already arrived at the Berghof, their final stop before fleeing to Trieste. But before any further planning could be put in place, the dictator ordered for Nebe to be given a public execution. The majority of Hitler's staff, including Traudl Junge and Eva Braun, were told to stay inside while the execution took place. Chairs were assembled outside on the grass for the prominent Nazis in attendance. Hitler, Goebbels, Himmler, Heydrich, Ley and Streicher were in the front row and Sauckel, Fegelein, Wolff, Kaltenbrunner, Mueller and Eichmann were in the second row. Gunsche, Krebs, Burgdorf, and Heinz Linge (Hitler's valet) stood by the side. SS officers already had their rifles prepped for the execution and were ready to take aim whenever they were ordered to. At last, Nebe was escorted by two SS guards out on the field. He simply stood in front of the ditch that was dug for his body to fall into. He stared fiercely into Hitler's eyes, and he was met with a malicious stare of ruthless vengeance.

"Nebe", Hitler announced, "You are about to feast on the fruits of your treachery! In the years following this war, you will be remembered as the man who took the fight against Judaism to the extreme, yet was stupid enough to challenge my divine authority!"

"People won't believe this facade for long, Hitler", Nebe coldly stated, "The German people will survive without you and you all will face your respective justice. Such a shame I couldn't take you out myself, but the Allies will. I'll see you all in hell". Hitler shook his head towards the chief of the execution squad and the men got into their positions.

"Men, ready!", the chief shouted, "Aim! Fire!" Single bullets flew into Nebe and his lifeless body collapsed into the ditch behind him. All of the men stood up and saw the remains of Nebe up close.

"Eh, I wished we made him struggle more", Streicher darkly commented.

"That is not what matters now", Hitler plainly stated, "Gunsche, you and the SS soldiers will have this filth doused in gasoline and burnt up into flames. And when the fire ceases, he is to be buried here unmarked! Everyone else, follow me back inside". Once everyone was inside, they continued on as if there was no execution, either because they were immoral or wanted to get the image of their conscience. Hitler was enjoying conversations with the SS officials chosen by Himmler. And he knew just about all of them, except one.

"My Fuhrer", Himmler expressed, "This is SS-Standartenfuhrer Adolf Eichmann. He has been instrumental in transporting the untermensch to their deaths. He's one of the main factors in why the Jewish race is practically extinct in Europe". Hitler closely inspected the facial features of the despicable SS man, and then he gave a sincere smile.

"Wonderful profile, Herr Eichmann", Hitler confidently responded, "I wish my generals had as much vigor as you. If the war wasn't going in the bolsheviks' favor, I'd personally award you with special honors".

"Thank you, my Fuhrer", Eichmann beamed, "At every single possibility, I sought to end as much Jews as possible. I'm exceptionally proud that the Reich's most loathed enemy has been eliminated". The Fuhrer nodded in agreement, as Linge abruptly stepped in.

"My Fuhrer", Linge panted, "Il Duce has officially arrived". With that, Hitler immediately paced to the parking area, where an SS convoy was already parked. Two SS officers escorted the disgraced Italian dictator and his mistress, Clara Petacci. Benito Mussolini was a empty shell of his former self, having been the father of fascism now turned into a mere subordinate to Hitler. Once adored by his people, now almost every Italian reviled Mussolini and their forced involvement in WW2.

"Great seeing you again, Mussolini", Hitler warmly stated while shaking Il Duce's hand, "I wouldn't feel right if I didn't bring you along".

"I am most thankful for this gesture of courtesy, Hitler", Mussolini mellowly responded, "I'm glad you've finally acknowledged that the war is lost and that the Allies will be after our heads".

"I know full well of their persistence to cease the military might of the Axis Powers", Hitler exclaimed, "That maniac Roosevelt may be dead, but his lackey Truman will still be too blind to see the Bolsheviks' true colors. Once Stalin has permitted to have a firm grip on Europe, he will brainwash millions under the sickening doctrine of the communist Slav! There may be no Jews left on Europe, but Bolshevism still thrives wherever the Russians conquer! Churchill and Truman are genuine idiots if they think they can trust Stalin! But the good news is, we won't be here to directly witness the inevitable warfare between the East and the West. I'm confident that Guderian will protect the sovereignty of both our nations. However, I will give the Allies one last chance for a conditional peace! And if they refuse, they can sort through this hellhole without us". Both former dictators entered into the Berghof where Goebbels was already preparing a radio transmitter for his Fuhrer to speak into. Hitler had last given a speech in January 30th. And he believed that this would be the last speech he would ever record.

"To the German Volk and the Allied Powers of the Soviet Union, America and the British Empire!", Hitler boomed, "The German will to defend our fatherland is no longer sufficient enough to withstand the onslaught of the Allied Powers. I have realized recently that the war is no longer worth continuing and Germany is no condition to achieve victory. However, conditional peace is still the necessary answer, if and only because of our strategic position between the West and the East. Once we recover from the conflict, we can either mediate the tensions in Europe or be an essential ally to whoever is in the Reich's best interest. The will of the German people is too strong to remain 'occupied' by Allied forces for long. Without proper German leadership, there will be unprecedented chaos that will spread across over Europe. If I do not get a affirmative reply by tomorrow morning, I will cease being in control of Germany. In that case, Hermann Goering will be become the new German president and Albert Speer will be the new chancellor. But central administrative authority will pass down to the Council of German Officers, led by Colonel General Heinz Guderian. In either case, I wish the best of the German people. Long live the National Socialist cause and long live Germany!" And soon as he finished the broadcast, thunderous applause filled the room. It felt like an honorable send-off to their grand era of prosperity. Shortly afterwards, most of the men filed into a conference room to discuss where to go after the submarine exits from Trieste.

"I wouldn't advise staying around the Mediterranean, my Fuhrer", Burgdorf explained, "The Allies are sure to do a thorough search close to home, and Franco wouldn't be trusted harboring us".

"The Pacific War prevents us from going to Asia without the possibility of getting hit and drowning", Krebs continued, "So the Allies are bound to invade Japan anyway".

"A popular hotspot for SS men seems to be South America", Kaltenbrunner interjected, "Especially Argentina, since their government is fascist as well".

"Everyone agrees on South America?", Hitler asked.

"Ja!" Hours afterwards, everyone was having one last celebration of the memories they had, whether blissful or sinister. Dinner was provided for everyone, and pictures were taken to house special moments. Near the end of the night, Hitler and Eva Braun both sat down on a central table where an SS priest was waiting. Everyone else was standing by anxiously.

"My Fuhrer", the priest began, "the racial laws require me to ask the following questions. My Fuhrer, are you of pure Aryan blood?"

"Yes".

"May I see official documents proving such?"

"This is the Fuhrer you're addressing", Himmler sharply reprimanded.

"Yes, Reichsfuhrer", the priest stammered, "Frau Braun, do you possess pure Aryan blood?"

"Yes".

"Now with that taken care of, Adolf Hitler, do you take Eva Braun as your wife for the rest of your life?"

"I do".

"And Eva Braun, do you take Adolf Hitler as your husband until you die?"

"I do".

"I now pronounce you both as man and wife". The room filled with applause as the couple deeply embraced each other. Hitler was no longer directing a war or leading a country, which he always chose before showing affecting for his mistress. Now, he felt that he had nothing to lose. At midnight, the majority of the group was already asleep. Hitler told them they would leave as soon as possible at morning. The dictator was sitting in his private office with his secretary, Traudl Junge, typing the guideline for which everyone would follow when leaving. But Hitler's mind was troubled with a surprising dilemma. While he was still furious with Goering and Speer for their respective acts of 'treason', he still cared about them deep inside. He developed deep bonds with both of them before and during the war. And a part of him wouldn't be comfortable sleeping with the thought of Goering and Speer being hanged for Stalin's pleasure.

"My dear Junge", Hitler softly spoke, "May you please do me one last favor while we're still in Germany? Please send a message to Guderian that I wish for Goering and Speer to be given the option of suicide as opposed to being captured. It's the least I can do for estranged old friends".

"Yes, my Fuhrer", Junge kindly replied, "I'm sure that Guderian will get the message by morning". Hitler gave a genuine smile as he patted Junge on the shoulder.

"You know, you have been a valuable asset for me ever since you started to work for me", Hitler proclaimed, "I personally vow to find the best possible home for all of us to stay in once we arrive in South America. That is my ultimate debt to you". Tears formed in both of their eyes as they hugged each other. It was a form of kindness that even Hitler's closest subordinates were barely shown. But Junge had a special place in Hitler's heart. A good portion of his humanity was expressed in his moments with her. He then slowly walked to his personal bedroom while Junge typed the last report. When Hitler reached his chambers, there was an S.S. physician waiting for him. With him was a bag of the Fuhrer's usual dosage of drugs. Despite firing Morell not long before, Hitler was still reliant on drugs in order to remain alert for his escape. Overtime, he knew he was a wreck and planned to quit them when the escape was successful. The doctor pulled up Hitler's sleeve and ejected the syringe into Hitler's forearm. With so much anxiety in his mind, this cocktail was meant to put him to asleep for the night. As soon as the physician left, Hitler collapsed on his bed in a deep sleep.

...

The Reich Chancellory was in flames as Chuikov's soldiers pulled out every person they could find. Most of the people they discovered were already dead, having killed themselves before the Red Army. And yet, there was no sign of Adolf Hitler or any other high-ranking Nazi. There was chaos in Chuikov's headquarters, a significant portion of it due to the general's rage.

"They're gone?!", Chuikov bellowed, "No sign of the maniac or any of his top men?!" He was fuming as he then stared at the same strategist who suggested that Hitler escaped in the cars that left the Reich Chancellory.

"Well, General Chuikov", the strategist nervously suggested, "Because it would be wrong of me to say 'I told you so', so may I suggest looking back at the evidence? Or we could just say that Hitler blew himself up and Stalin would never know. At least the war will now be over". In response to the absurd suggestion, Chuikov furiously threw the papers off his desk, broke his own gun on the side of the table and caused several items to fall from the shelves onto the floor. The enormous fit of rage had caught everyone else's attention and they were scared.

"WE'RE SUPPOSED TO JUST GIVE UP?!", Chuikov shrieked, "And lose our lives as well as our dignity! Stalin will have his bloodhounds searching for evidence of Hitler's death and they will report empty-handed! He'll have the lot of us shot for letting the madman flee under our noses! And even if we're spared, we'll have to live with the shame of letting a man, who has caused so much carnage to our motherland, go scot-free! We WILL go south and capture Hitler as our priority!"

"But sir", a Soviet major rebutted, "Our directives from HQ are to capture as much as East Germany as quick as pos-"

"LET THE AMERICANS CAPTURE THE REST OF NORTHERN GERMANY!", Chuikov retorted, "We are catching the real prize! He who captures Hitler will be the true victor of this war! I will telegram Marshal Zhukov personally about the change in our directives, while you all get the men mobilized! I will not let those huns escape Europe if it's the LAST THING I EVER DO!" He proceeded to hyperventilate whilst he calmed down and then stormed out of the room to set the new operation in place.

...

April 26th, 1945: Much commotion was occurring in the city of Flensburg. The newly-formed 'Council of German Officers' had stationed there the night before and immediately set it up as their current headquarters. Their main job now was to wait for Allied soldiers and other German officials 'appointed' by Hitler. Bormann was already in their custody, and Goering was traveling to Flensburg with his family, Hans Lammers and Wilhelm Canaris. Not far away from the headquarters was an apartment with one of the most important Germans remaining: Albert Speer. He was writing a memoir of his life story up to his infamous fall from grace, when he heard a hard knock on his door. When Speer opened it, on the other side was Wilhelm Mohnke and a few Wehrmacht soldiers.

"Herr Speer", Mohnke proclaimed, "It is my duty to inform you that the Fuhrer has prescribed you as Chancellor of the Reich in the wake of his death. I need you to come with us to our headquarters". At first, Speer was confused, as Hitler had lost favor with him just a few days earlier over the former's disobedience of the 'scorched earth' policy. But then, he figured that Hitler changed his mind on the destruction of the German nation if the Nazis lost the war. As he was escorted out, he had a sense of optimism, but mainly quiet. Meanwhile, Goering and his entourage officially arrived in front of the Reich Headquarters. The former Reichsmarschall had an unprecedented level of pride as he strode into the building with SS guards saluting him as he went by. Canaris felt far less proud as those same guards stared him down as he followed the others. At last, Goering arrived in the newly-established conference room for the president, chancellor and the CGO. All officers present saluted him as he took his seat, with the name tag 'President of the Reich, Hermann Goering' on his desk. His family has dispersed in the building in order to set up new living quarters, while Canaris and Lammers sat with the president. A few minutes later, Speer arrived with Mohnke continuously escorting him until they reached the conference room. As everything was being arranged, Goering noticed something strange.

"Where is the Fuhrer?", Goering asked, "He said that he was going to be for the surrender".

"Herr President", Guderian replied, "Hitler killed himself last night, having officially lost faith in German victory. I've personally seen him having constant changes of mood, but in the end, he no longer wanted to carry on. Dr. Goebbels, Reichsfuhrer-SS Himmler and several S.S. leaders have also ended their lives in correspondence with our former Fuhrer. But he assigned us to take care of Germany and negotiate for our survival. A radio broadcast will be sent across the international world that we will be unconditionally surrendering. This is not up for debate, as we can negotiate certain details later on". Goering seemed to be relatively upset, at first, over the 'death' of Hitler. But in his vision, he was officially bestowed leadership of the Reich by his old friend.

"You're right, Guderian", Goering agreed, "the German people deserve to be spared the misery of prolonging this war. I'll be speaking on the radio, as most people can recognize my public figure". With that, Goering took control of the radio and prepared to read the script made for the broadcast (with him using improv on certain sections).

"I address the German Volk, our allies and our adversaries!", Goering proclaimed, "Adolf Hitler, our beloved Fuhrer, has been killed in a bombing by the Soviet forces. This bomb took out several key figures of the Third Reich! They will be all missed and remembered for generations to come. But I have been entrusted by the late Fuhrer with the honor of being the Reich's new President! Albert Speer will become the new Chancellor and, because of the notable absence of civilian talent in our government, the 'Council of German Officers' will effectively take the place of the Reichstag. It is of my duty to announce that the German Reich will unconditionally surrender to the Allied powers, including the Soviet Union. But we will not let the travesty of 1918 ever happen again! Our new government will our best to make sure Germany keeps as much rightful land as possible. We shall transform Germany into a prosperous nation is corrupted by neither capitalism or Bolshevism. Nevertheless, I permit Allied diplomats to arrive in Flensburg to conduct the peace treaty. All troops are to cease conduct by midnight. And I encourage our Japanese allies to surrender as well. Let us remember our grand efforts during this war and let us remember our Fuhrer!" And with that, the war in Europe was finally reaching an end. As soon as Goering was finished, Guderian read the telegram from Traudl Junge and then pulled out a box of full of cyanide capsules that Hitler had given to them. There was one for each man in the room.

"Everyone, take one of each", Guderian ordered, "Hitler has given you the option to kill yourselves if the Allies treat us unfairly".

"What are you worrying about?", Goering asked, "We'll be fine. If anything, the S.S. will be the ones executed after the war. We're high-profile officials and we're necessary to Germany's future".

"What makes you think they'll care?", von Rundstedt retorted miserably, "It's probable that we all hang from street poles at the very instant that we sign the peace treaty".

"Fool, they can't hang us", Goering scoffed, "We're military men. If we're to be executed, they'd have to shoot us".

"Let us not be judged for our rank", Rommel refuted, "Our actions speak far greater volumes than any rank we possess. Listen, von Rundstedt, despite your actions during this war, I hold sympathy towards your case in particular. Please don't fear death, because comrades will always join you. If we are to be executed, I'll go before you do". von Rundstedt gave a faint smile in response.

"Well, didn't the Fuhrer promise he'd take all responsibility if he.... was still alive", Keitel sidetracked, "The Wehrmacht can't automatically blamed for following orders. Loyalty is a key virtue of the German soldier".

"There is an extent to loyalty one can take", Speer objected, "This is the same man who said that Germany could no longer exist if we lost the war. He can't be living of his legacy in good grace". Rommel nodded firmly, but Guderian was a little suspicious.

"Weren't you Hitler's best friend", Guderian questioned, "Why would YOU speak ill of him?"

"Because I knew that he was not the same leader I thought he was", Speer reminisced, "In truth, I never obeyed the 'scorched earth' policy. Not only that, but I took great steps to repair our infrastructure. And I told the Fuhrer all of this when I last saw him". Most of the officers were shocked by this admission and Rommel gave a sincere smile. But Goering was far less pleased.

"Well, thanks for telling us that, Speer", Goering sarcastically replied, "The Fuhrer must be feeling great on his way to Valhalla knowing that his 'loyal' Speer defied his orders".

"Yes, great work, Chancellor", von Reichenau expressed, "Now the roads will be ALL CLEAR when the Allies come and shoot us!"

"Hey, give him a break", von Manstein interjected, "We're not exactly playing any blame game!"

"What are you talking about?!", von Reichenau shouted as he pointed at Goering, "He's the president!" With that, several of the men entered into a shouting match on who should hold responsibility and who is to blame. Doenitz looked on at the display with rapidly decreasing patience. He grabbed the nearest beer cup and smashed it against the side of the table. That instantly got everyone's attention.

"Is this what we've become?!", Doenitz reprimanded, "Without Hitler, all we're going to do is squabble. The war is essentially over and we cannot be divided in a time like this. No matter who gets prosecuted or who gets leniency, we still have a genuine duty to carry out for the fatherland!" Everyone in the room knew he was right and felt rather ashamed for their arguing.

"He's right", Jodl added, "We have to be united in the face of this war's conclusion. We must prepare to create a brand new German nation". Now they had to wait until they received a reply from the Allies.

...

Chuikov's army marched through southern Germany to find the Berghof. When they finally saw Hitler's home, they began to become jubilant as they continued to advance. Chuikov could taste the glory of apprehending the man who caused so much suffering to his nation. When they finally reached the Berghof however, they found the place deserted. No one was left there. The only Germans they found were the bodies of some of Hitler's servants/guards that had been forced to stay behind. But there was no sign of any top German official. Chuikov was red in the face and was about to go into a another fit but he calmed himself enough to keep him composed.

"We have reports that there is a rail line nearby", the strategist from before interjected, "Do you want us to pursue them?"

"Destroy this place, then we'll pursue the rail line", Chuikov ordered, "our bombers should be able to derail them". As Soviet soldiers pulled out grenades and threw them inside the empty Berghof, Chuikov glared into the sky with tears in his eyes. If he allowed Hitler to escape, he would've never forgiven himself. Stalin wouldn't have had to purge him, as he would have shot himself for such a dishonorable transaction. But fortunately for him, the Nazis were stopped short of their escape.

...

The Fuhrersonderzug was traveling at a steady pace from Austria to northern Italy. The train was especially fit to withstand bombing from enemy bombers. Hitler and his criminal accomplices were going over the procedure on their escape.

"The submarines were fueled completely after arriving in Trieste", Heydrich reported, "That should last us the entire trip to Argentina. The first submarine will consist of S.S officials and Wehrmacht officers. The other submarine will contain everyone else. Once there, we'll go into hiding for a bit, then we'll convince their president Edelmiro Farrell to give us asylum. Himmler has already been in touch with the vice president, Juan Peron, who specifically sympathizes with our fascist cause. If all else fails, we'd aid Peron in overthrowing Farrell and we'll certainly have protection, then".

"Excellent", Hitler proclaimed, "The Allied Powers won't suspect a thing! And even if they found out that Argentina harbored us, what will they do? Invade Argentina?!"

"Personally, my Fuhrer", Goebbels grinned, "I think South America is the best place to take asylum! We'll be celebrities there and partake in their fascinating culture! This has proven to be a PERFECT operation!" There was a unison of agreement that filled the room, but that quickly ceased as they found the train screeched to a halt. Gunsche rapidly entered the room, catching everyone by surprise.

"My Fuhrer", Gunsche panted, "There are Yugoslav partisans holding us captive!" Burgdorf stood up and walked to the nearest door in their coach and looked outside. They were at their designated station, but the train was surrounded by communist partisans from Yugoslavia, who had been conducting a raid on Trieste for several days. The port in which the submarines were being clashed with the partisans versus the remaining German soldiers there. Suddenly, a man walked in front of Burgdorf with a confident look on his face. It was none other than Josip Broz Tito.
Justiz in Nurnberg (Alternate History), part 4
I'm so glad I finally finished this part. We're now officially going to get to the interesting stuff! Stay tuned until then!
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Just comment and I will...

1. Tell you something I learned about you by looking at your dA page for 20 seconds.

2. Tell you a color you remind me of.

3. Tell you what element I believe you belong to (e.g. water, fire, air, earth, etc.).

4. Tell you what animal you remind me of.

5. Ask you a question, and you must answer.

6. Tell you something I like about you or your art.

7. Give you a nickname.

8. Tell you what am I watching/listening to right now.

9. Tell you what food/ flavor/smell you remind me of.

10. Tell you to do this in your journal too, if you haven't already.
My favorite YouTube channels are (in no particular order): Planet Dolan, BlastphamousHD, iDubbbzTV, MasakoX and ComedyShortsGamer.
You know, despite this being the birthday of one of the most horrible men in history, today was actually rather easy for me.
(SuperMarioLogan reference)
Happy Birthday to the Bastard!
Happy Birthday to the Bastard!
Happy Birthday to the Bastard!
Eat your fucking cake!

Hitler: Fuck you!

And up yours, Herr Hitler! Now, here's a special 'gift' from me:
Officially have a Fanfiction.net account!

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'Inspired' from :iconregnoart:

Guess I've been poised to do another interview. This time, it will be with King Crabro of the Yellow Hornet Empire. What's the worst that can happen?

1. How would you generally describe your reign?

Crabro: I'd generally like to call it prosperous, whilst still being lawful. I'm held in high regard by almost everyone in the empire, and I sincerely appreciate it.

2. How do you feel about liberating your people from the warlords?

Crabro: To this day, I'm very proud of myself for conducting it, for freedom is the number one priority for all insects alike.

3. What would be your ideology, per say?

Crabro: I would certainly describe myself as a orthodox conservative. The old values of our nation may be forever preserved.

4. What is your general view on Honey Hive Colony?

Crabro: To be honest, I've rarely heard about the hive in years. But I seem to understand that, for years, the bees there seem to be despised by the majority of the populace in our empire. I just hope it recovered well from that terrible war waged 8 years ago.

5. Why specifically do you seem to view Affim as your favorite child?

Crabro: He is much more than simply 'next-in-line' for the throne when I pass away. He is uniquely intelligent and he brings a lot of experience to the table. And he has a passionate love for this nation and he looks after my well-being. A perfect son, if there ever was one.

6. Why do you hold so much resentment for your estranged daughter Vespa?

Crabro: She never contributed anything while she was a princess. I practically worked myself to death for several years whilst she always kept complaining! I expect my children to take aspects of authority off my shoulders. I'm too old to rest the entire nation on my shoulders alone. Worse yet, she knew I was suffering yet she still acted like a brat! Maybe her exile taught her about being much more selfless. I'm open to accepting her back in, but only in the right circumstances.

7. How aware are you of current events going on inside and outside your empire?

Crabro: I rarely do get much news nowadays, because I've been forced to take a temporary leave from mainstream duty. Similiojo gets all of the intel and he is set to tell me everything of the most significant importance.

8. What are your views on the nationalism of your empire?

Crabro: While admittedly it is very troubling, it is preferable for them to express such rather than them be slaves. Such patriotism has consistently contributed to our extraordinary unity as a nation. Hopefully, Affim will manage to calm down the extremities when he's in charge.

9. Why do you view communism to be the most genuine threat to insectkind?

Crabro: The Giant Hornets, despite being a nation based on the principles of equality, has contributed little to their own people. Mandarin is, without a doubt, the most sinister creature to be procreated on Mobius, and that's one hell of an accomplishment. He purges who he sees as a threat, he invades places to increase his power, and his citizens are starving and freezing. I am more than willing to allow, or even lead, a potential invasion to remove Mandarin and his cronies from their iron grip on the nation. It's a shame that socialism has shown to be more oppressive than a monarchy.

10. How much do you acknowledge your declining health?

Crabro: I'm afraid I have taken a deep downgrade. It was primarily out of my meticulous nature and devoting so much attention to the nation. I've spent so much of my energy to making the empire as prosperous as it is that it was genuinely killing me. 

11. Are you genuinely concerned about your wife's drinking problems?

Crabro: Well, Vulga always had a bit of problem when we got married. But I'm genuinely convinced that the stress was getting to her. She's with me now, as our health is hopefully taking a turn for the better.

12. What made you fall in love with her in the first place?

Crabro: Vulga admired me for my revolutionary actions in liberating us and had a fiery passion to build our empire to what it is now. I vividly remember our first honeymoon. I wish Vespa would be more like her content sisters, or more like her mother.

13. How would you compare your parenting skills to, let's say, how Dorsato treated his single daughter?

Crabro: Unlike him, I take my role of being king seriously. I'm convinced that he only had one child so that he could have a constant playmate, rather than a heir to the throne. If he remained as king to this day, I'm convinced that his daughter would have become a bubbly ditz! You have exert genuine authority as a parent, even if you take the easy route with having a single child. I may not tend to most of my children that often, but I tried my damn best to teach them how to be successful in the outside. Would you think that after liberating an entire people from barbarians and creating a prosperous nation at the expense of my own health, that I would parade any of my children as if they were worth more than my sacrifices?! Sure, sometimes I feel that I may be too distant with my children, but that's a strong drawback to being a great king.

14. Why do you trust Similiojo so much?

Crabro: He genuinely admires the efforts I undertook and has pledged absolute loyalty. Sure, he may be the most blatant root of the excessive nationalism, but I know it comes from the right place. In fact, it was him who saved me from death. He stopped me from working so hard and has now taken the reins whilst I recuperate. I have plenty of old friends that I talk to, like Oreitel, my old general. But it is Similiojo that I probably respect the most, because I wouldn't be feeling better otherwise. He'd never betray me. That is a concrete fact.

15. How much has your health improved since 6 years ago?

Crabro: My hand has now stopped shaking and my body has now gotten much more healthy now that I've been away from the stress. My wife has also heavily improved on her drinking problem and now has acted far more normally. I'm actually considering returning to the palace and Similiojo said he would be delighted that I would. But my doctors have stressed that I still refrain from much duty to keep my health from taking a nosedive. 

16. Do you think Affim's ideas for reform would be a good idea?

Crabro: The boy has plenty of unique ideas. Some are rather revolutionary, while others are just nonsensical. While I do favor tradition, I can see the need for our empire to modernize and Affim certainly has a strong appeal to the younger people of our nation. And if he wants to introduce parts of democracy into the system, I'd be alright with it. But then he starts spewing ideas of a unionized kingdom between us and Honey Hive Colony. If the populace has such a distasteful view towards Honey Hive Colony as it is, why in the hell would they accept a union with those same bees?! And he also insists that hornets should be allowed to marry insects beyond the empire. He can proclaim any excuse he wants, but I know that he is doing this mainly to get intimate with their current queen, Beatrice. Sometimes, he can be so desperate.

17. How concerned are you with Affim's abstinence from mating?

Crabro: Affim is perhaps the most stubborn person I've met when it comes to appealing love. He won't even accept nice hornets from the countryside, and they were pleasant girls! But he is insistent that the love of his life is Queen Bea and nothing more. Look, I have nothing against Beatrice personally. In fact, I'd say she's certainly a step up from her father. But why would Affim be so lovestruck with her?! And I know that Affim has taken consistently 'relieves' himself to make up for the abstinence. He thinks I'm oblivious to what he does, but I always know. And I know that he's an atheist, yet I chose to remain quiet because I still love my son and he loves me. Maybe it's the fact that I've never spoken with her before. I've been Dorsato countless of times before the war, but his daughter wasn't so noticeable to me. If I knew her more, then maybe I'd understand my son's affections more. But I still have my reservations.

18. Any regrets?

Crabro: Admittedly, I might have been rather despicable when I last saw Vespa. I definitely could have handled it far better, but my stubbornness and poor health clouded my judgement. I also regret about letting the war against Honey Hive take form. Despite the masses wanting war, I should have rejected the entire affair, even if at the cost of my own reputation. Sometimes, my philosophies are never really consistent. But I am an old hornet now, so there's little chance of reversing previous affairs now.

19. What would you do if you ever see Vespa again?

Crabro: It all depends. If she is genuinely suffering and sees the error of her ways, then I'll be glad to forgive her. If she made a strong living for herself, that'll give me a lot of genuine pride and new form of confidence in her. But she is shown to be unrepentant, lazy or or even worse than what I last saw of her, then I'll want nothing to do with her. It's her own life choices that determine whether or not she is worthy of sympathy.

20. How would you spend the last years of your life?

Crabro: Perhaps I would be willing to abdicate the throne to Affim in due time. I've grown to be rather tired of the constant workload of remaining king. Yet Similiojo always begs me to continue to serve. I can't blame him for being so passionate. But I'd chose to retire where I currently am recuperating. I would still keep an eye on my son, don't think I wouldn't. But I'd see to it that I spend my last years in serenity, with the people I love.

Tagging for potential interviews, with your own questions to ask any of your OCs (FYI: It ain't required, only a suggestion). :icontoni-the-mink:, :iconcharmythecutebee:, :iconsilvaze126: and :iconchaospadilin305:

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someone1fy Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2017
Thank you for your decision to WATCH my account.
But would you mind if I ask why?
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ArtisticCriticVegeta Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Because I genuinely see that you have potential with your maps. And I see that you are someone I can get along with. So why not?
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someone1fy Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2017
Ah, am I really have such talents? And also, I am glad you are considering me as a person who can be a friends.
Therefore, I must say I am delighted.
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someone1fy Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2017
Thank you for fave my Axis world!
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ArtisticCriticVegeta Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
You're certainly welcome!
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^^
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regnoart Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2017  Student General Artist
www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDfvHO…

(btw I got a shiny new profile pic! XD)
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Nice vid! And I love your profile pic btw!
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regnoart Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2017  Student General Artist
(How many "good" things has Vegeta done?)

Thanks! I chose it because it looked funny XD
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Growing even stronger!
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