How would this conflict play out? Posted on May 2, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor How would this conflict play out?
>Upriver faction builds dams
>Downriver faction dies of thirst
Gg no re
Seems like a foolproof plan, I can't think of any way for the downriver team to counter this.
let them build dam, then wait for flooding. entire population will re-establish Atlantis in the Sahara by causing the Nile to flow from east to west. once Atlantis has been reestablished, use their superior technology to commit genocide on the up river faction. end result
Nile river conflict
Down river faction
>Sudan, but up river.
>the greater dominion of rhodesia
>a five way civil war of jungle tribes
>Nile crocodiles, but they are wearing a wig and pretending to be Atlantians returned from space.
>the city of Atlanta, but full of Nile alligators or... crocodiles so old they lost their teeth.
>all of the up and down river factions populations
>nothing of value lost.
Crocodiles in a wig sounds like an Age of Wonders civilization.
>just genocide most of 300 million civilians and send all the ones who don't die as refugees to Europe
Then NATO gets involved, and we'll get to hear Egyptians still butthurt about it in 2050.
why would you name your dam after acid reflux?
Somaliland joins Egypt's side and blue is crushed in a pincer maneuver
The UK steps in and tells it's former colonies to behave.
I see Belgie, German, and Italian colonies as well
This is a cool map, but...
>East African Federation
What the fuck bro? Call it the Central African Federation, or The Great Lakes Federation instead
the DRC joined like last month and so they gotta suck it up
You do know the EAF is real, right?
Regardless, your right that the DRC being included is fucking retarded
OF COURSE I don't know that
Why the fuck would Somalia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, DRC, or South Sudan even give a shit about this? It's all Ethiopia+Eritrea vs Egypt with Sudan stuck in a civil war, maybe if the situation becomes bad enough the Sudanese generals stop fighting and ally Egypt.
>Picking a fight with anyone economically superior to them
They'd sooner accept a contract to host Egyptian military bases from which they could launch offensives from Rwandan borders. They're like the garden gnomes of subsaharan Africa these days
>the nile war
this war has been going on for over 4000 years
>Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, and the Congo
>versus trash muslim state 1 and trash muslim state 2
It would be a complete stompfest, but in reality that is not what the two blocs would look like if a region wide conflict took place.
Wait why would the congo care about a squabble over the Nile when they have the congo river?
>somalia being coherent enough to even think about international politics
>East African Federation
Most of these countries, the DRC in particular, have enough trouble trying to stay together by themselves. Another lol no.
>buh muh EAC
How's European integration working out? Regional blocks with little purpose are a dime a dozen and don't mean piddly fuck. This motley collection is already full of countries with competing goals and mutual dislike. If Europe can't build a federation in the 30 years since Maastricht, East Africans aren't going to either.
Egypt wouldn't last a week with all their water cutted off (Nile).
south heems north in a couple months
arabs can't fight modern wars