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Over There and Somewhere Else, A TOG's Tale by Nilbo Naggins


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SGT_Sprocket22 #1 Posted 29 September 2018 - 10:13 AM

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In a bush on the ground, there lived a TOG. Not a nasty, spiky bush full of birds and beasts. This is a TOG's bush which means some cover, easy kills and all the comforts....of a bush. TOG's are surprisingly remarkable creatures that have been living and dying in the for farthings of Redshire for many hundreds of years, quite content to ignore and be ignored by the world of the big guns. World of Tanks, of course, being full of strange and dangerous tanks beyond count. A TOG must pretend to be of little importance, being neither renowned as a great tank nor counted among the very fast. In fact, it has been remarked by some that a TOG's only real passion is to see an enemy cap circle. A rather unfair observation as TOG's have also developed a keen interest in the shooting of big stupid Russian heavies and the smoking of all kinds of stuff. But where the hearts of TOG's truly lie is in peace and quiet and a nice easy game. For all TOG's share a hatred for things that shoot back. TOG's are made to last. Change comes slowly, even if it comes at all.  And yes, to others, the life of a TOG may seem slow and relaxed but it is no bad thing to celebrate a simply life.  

SGT_Sprocket22 #2 Posted 29 September 2018 - 04:29 PM

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Lord of the Tanks, by B.F.F Talking

 

 

It began with the forging of the Great Tanks. Three were given to the Brits, immortal wisest and fairest of all beings. Seven to the Americans, great miners and craftsmen of the battlefield. And nine, nine tanks were gifted to the people of Germany, who above all else desire power! For within these tanks was bound the strength and will to protect each faction. But they were all of them deceived, for another a tank was made. In the land of East Europe, in the fires of Mt. Moscow, the Dark Lord Russia forged in secret a Russian Tank. To kill all others. And into this tank, he poured his RNG, his bias and his will to domination World of Tanks. One Tank to Rule Them All. One by one, the free lands of World of Tanks fell to power of the Russian Tank. But, there was some who resisted! A last alliance of Brits and Germans drove upon the armies of Russian and on the slopes of Mt. Moscow, they fought for the freedom of World of Tanks.

 

*a battle then commences*

 

But the power of the Russian Tank could not be undone.

 

*then a German Tank gets blasted by a KV2*

 

It was in this moment, the British Tank helps his teammate.

 

*British Tank lashes out a volley of shots and kills the KV2*

 

Russia, the enemy of the free tanks of World of Tanks was defeated.



Joggaman #3 Posted 29 September 2018 - 09:23 PM

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Good job, sgt!

Reminded me of my poster from some time back:



Babbet_1 #4 Posted 29 September 2018 - 10:25 PM

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But you missed out the bit where Nilbo meets T-Dollum, the sneaky little E25 - tell us about that again - please! Then I promise I'll go to sleep like a good boy, honest I will!  :popcorn:

SGT_Sprocket22 #5 Posted 02 October 2018 - 08:46 PM

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​Lord of the Tank, Part 2 as requested by Babbet_1 

 

​The Russian bias passed to Frienhelner Von Duppeldorf who had this one chance to destroy bias forever. But the hearts of Germans are easily corrupted and the RNG has a will of its own. 

 

*a light skirmish between Germans and Orcas* pew pop pop pew (small whale guns basically). Mr. Duppeldorf was an arty so when he was the last one alive, he drowned himself in a lake.

 

It betrayed Frienhelner Von Duppeldorf. And some things that should have been forgotten were found. History became legend. Legend became history (and in the context of WoT, that is quite true) and for two and half thousand games, the Russian bias passed out of all knowledge. Until, when chance came it ensnared a new barer. The Russian bias passed to the creature of T-Bone McDollum, an E-25 who took it deep into the sweaty tunnels of the Musky Mountains and there the bias consumed him.  

 

In a recent interview for Middle Earth News at 10, McDollum said "My precious".

 

Russian bias brought to McDollum unnatural survivability. For five hundred games, it poisoned his mind and in the gloom of a sweaty cave, it waited. Darkness crept back into the forests of the maps and rumour grew of a shadow in the eastern flank. Russian bias abandoned McDollum but something happened then, the Russian bias did not expect. It was picked up by the most unlikely creature imaginable. A TOG. Nilbo Naggins of Redshire. 

 

"What's this? Some bias.", said Nilbo. 

 

"Its lost. Its gone. My bias is lost", said the E-25 as he gets shot at by arty. 

 

For the time will soon come when TOG's will shape the fortunes of all.

  



SGT_Sprocket22 #6 Posted 02 February 2019 - 11:40 AM

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Just some random word play on LotR characters.

Nilbo Naggins 

Gran the Grey 

Froodoo Naggins 

Sandy-Whizz Gamgie

Peeping Took

Merry Brandy-F*ck

Arigarno 

Gim-Lee 

Legoland 

Saru the Man  

Worm Hung

The 9 Nascar

Sir Ron

Borrowed-Ear

 

  

 

 


Edited by SGT_Sprocket22, 02 February 2019 - 11:40 AM.


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View PostSGT_Sprocket22, on 02 October 2018 - 07:46 PM, said:

​Lord of the Tank, Part 2 as requested by Babbet_1 

 

​The Russian bias passed to Frienhelner Von Duppeldorf who had this one chance to destroy bias forever. But the hearts of Germans are easily corrupted and the RNG has a will of its own. 

 

*a light skirmish between Germans and Orcas* pew pop pop pew (small whale guns basically). Mr. Duppeldorf was an arty so when he was the last one alive, he drowned himself in a lake.

 

It betrayed Frienhelner Von Duppeldorf. And some things that should have been forgotten were found. History became legend. Legend became history (and in the context of WoT, that is quite true) and for two and half thousand games, the Russian bias passed out of all knowledge. Until, when chance came it ensnared a new barer. The Russian bias passed to the creature of T-Bone McDollum, an E-25 who took it deep into the sweaty tunnels of the Musky Mountains and there the bias consumed him.  

 

In a recent interview for Middle Earth News at 10, McDollum said "My precious".

 

Russian bias brought to McDollum unnatural survivability. For five hundred games, it poisoned his mind and in the gloom of a sweaty cave, it waited. Darkness crept back into the forests of the maps and rumour grew of a shadow in the eastern flank. Russian bias abandoned McDollum but something happened then, the Russian bias did not expect. It was picked up by the most unlikely creature imaginable. A TOG. Nilbo Naggins of Redshire. 

 

"What's this? Some bias.", said Nilbo. 

 

"Its lost. Its gone. My bias is lost", said the E-25 as he gets shot at by arty. 

 

For the time will soon come when TOG's will shape the fortunes of all.

  

 

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, say no to drugs. :playing:




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