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welcome to the home of Oronegro, a land that not so long ago was a peaceful and prosperous place but by the mid 2020's it was engulfed in a violent civil war! The whole world watched doing their bit in the conflict. the story is one of a small country stuck in superpower politics

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Karri .C. Tuf the real story

have you seen this woman(?) if so do not go near her again
perhaps the most dangerous woman (?) that the world will ever see this large, and loud woman is the leader of an important and dangerous black market arms trade. She is known to all by the English name of Karri .C. Tuf but her real name and birth place is unknown!
there is wide speculation that she is in fact underweight and wears a complex bomb belt

so what is know is speculation... she was born during 1981 in Europe. She first registered as Karri .C. Tuf when in 2010 she was picked up in a small boat around the UK, the coast guard was suspicious of her, as she did not appear to come from around the area she was seen. She then lived east of London causing chaos and getting involved with criminal gangs. then she disappeared, it later occurred that she had, while working at the docks seen a ship that was unusually well protected by a ring of guards. Then ship "El Chico" was from Oronegro and carrying a dangerous cargo of weapons and explosive pens (Mi5). Though it would seem obvious, Karri got on the ship and sailed for her new life in La Ley! she almost straight away was building up a gang and by 2015 Los Diablos were the most notorious group in the land. during the war in Oronegro between 2023-2033 she backed the Rebels, and although they were defeated in La Ley where she lived during the clear out mission of 2025-6 she was not caught. what happened to her from then on in unknown. Some have even claimed that she never existed and was perhaps just an imagined character used by Los Diablos and later the rebels to fool the government! but there is evidence enough to show she existed even if a body or living person is not available for proof!

oh and followers!
Paul paulsbods
Davidmarshal at1/72.
Ion archdukepiccolo this is bold because of latin wars project he does and its links to oronegro 
Christopher commissarmoody
and Austin B   from ?
there you go and welcome guys!


  1. That sounds like one tough lady! Of course, none of the governments of Gran Bolivaria, Orotina nor the Pan-Andean People's Republic know anything about her whereabouts, activities or associates.

    I should mention here that the links between Oronegro and my 'Latin Wars' nations are very tenuous, given the 70+ years that lie between the events I'll be dealing with, and the breakdown of civil order in Oronegro. So there may well have been border changes in the meantime (and in fact, I had some idea that 'my' Imagi-Nations ceased to have an independent existence some time during the 1950s. This, however, is not necessarily set in stone...).

    1. of coarse. perhaps Oronegro recognises the old states rather than the one that took its independance. it would be like the case of China and Tywan, and of coarse the rest of the world.