ArCrimson

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ArCrimson

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Society
Nationality Flag-Hungary.jpg Hungarian
Date of birth 15 March 2008
Date of death 2010
Residence Northern Great Plain
Sex male
Politics
President of Hungary
1st June 2008 – 1st July 2008
Preceded by Prinz Eugen
Succeeded by Haglee
Military
Military rank Icon rank Corporal.png Corporal
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

ArCrimson was a president of Hungary and member of Magyarországi Demokratikus Munkáspárt. He started his career as the Minister of Defense in the government of Prinz Eugen. ArCrimson first created the Hungarian Army and its elite the Szent Laszlo division. ArCrimson, Hungary's fifth President, started the war between Hungary and Czech Republic, meaning also the occupation of Slovakian regions.

He was banned for not respecting 1st Erepublik citizen law.

Presidency

In June the president is ArCrimson, who, after months of preparation and political arguments, decides the Czech problem, and so in 6th June the Hungarian Army attacks the Czecz Republik. The Czech President, Yugi is inactive, and the country is led by Vaclav, who tries to stall for time, until he negotiates with the Northern Alliance for support. He gets no official support, but still American, Swedish and Romanian soldiers help them, and temporarily even Budapest is lost before the Mediterranean Alliance forces came to aid. From then on, Budapest is won back, and Bratislava, Northern Slovakia, and at the end all the Slovakian regions are under Hungarian occupation. On the 23rd of June the parties sign a peace-treaty, and so the Czech regions remain untouched. Romania at the time is busy with the Ukraine merger and the Turkey-incident, and so cannot take an active part in this war. After the war it is again a military reform and the further strengthening of the economy which is still quite weak. The population grows to cca. 600, but more and more players are inactive or semi-active.