President Shinra noticed the Emperor of Byzantium get up and leave during all the clapping. Curious, he sent his Foreign Minister to follow and talk with him. He would have gone himself, but he had things he needed to take care of first.
Warren Wright, Foreign Minister of the Shinra Republic, lightly knocked on the door of the Byzantine Emperor's room. When the door was opened by one of the Emperor's aides, he politely asked if he could come in.
"The President sends his compliments and wishes he could speak with His Majesty, but he has something he needs to do first. He will be up shortly. May I please come in?"
Back in the conference hall, President Shinra was getting annoyed. Once more he had asked for a clarification of what the OMSK (although he strongly suspected it was mostly the UKB) deal with Saddamistan had been. Again, he had been ignored. Now it was time to do something about it. He leaned over to his Chief of Staff and told him that it was time, and to remember his briefing. His Chief of Staff nodded, and President Shinra wrote something on a piece of paper.
As a brief lull in the conversations was reached, President Shinra purposefully stood, and walked over to the UKB delegation with a measured stride. All eyes quickly locked on him and followed his path. This was decidely unusual, after all. When he reached the UKB table, he placed the piece of paper on their desk, and walked out of the conference hall with the same measured pace. Unbeknownst to those assembled, he was on his way to see the Byzantine Emperor.
After President Shinra had disappeared from view, his Chief of Staff stood and looked at the UKB delegates with a calm, steady gaze.
"I believe there is something the representitives from the United Kingdom of Blackadder would like to address."
On the note President Shinra left, he wrote:
So are you finally going to let the rest of the world in on your Big Secret regarding Saddamistan or not? I'm sick of being ignored.
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This is the price of war,
We rise with noble intentions,
And we risk all that is pure..." - Angela & Jeff van Dyck, Forever (Rome: Total War)
"On and on, through the years,
The war continues on..." - Angela & Jeff van Dyck, We Are All One (Medieval 2: Total War)
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