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Nobunaga Oda (
2012-08-02 09:17 pm (UTC)
"Did we now? Yeah, I think I was filled in on that. Sure, it always has been a pain in the ass to trade with Zeon. The tariffs for shipping overseas are always a pain to pay off. Besides, the whole journey makes you wish you were dealing with a bunch of highwaymen instead."
Char had more to gain with this project than Nobunaga did. Well, really, Nobunaga had more to lose. Should the balance of power between the two Emperors tip over to him, then that highway may prove to be more than just a nuisance. However, as long as Bradley held all the cards, it would strengthen an ally's power against an enemy. And the two could agree that Bradley was more of an immediate threat.
Nobunaga glances over at the man sitting next to him and then back at Char.
"So what are some of those 'obvious benefits' you're talking about? Would they outweigh all the foreseen costs and manpower, King of Zeon?"
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