The South-East Asian War, also known as the Second War of Indochina and World War 2-and-a-Half was a major conflict that took place from the 1st of November 1955 to the 6th of May 1980. Originating from a fairly large civil war inside Vietnam, the United States entered the war and soon blew it completely out of proportion, culminating and spilling over into neighbouring Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Burma, East Pakistan, The Philippines, Taiwan, Nepal, Southern China and even some parts of East India.

Combatants Edit

The Blues Edit

  • The United States of America
  • Canada
  • The United Kingdom
  • France
  • South Vietnam
  • South Korea
  • Thailand
  • The Philippines
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Republic of the United States of Indonesia
  • Federation of Malaysia
  • Republic of China (Taiwan)
  • Pakistan
  • Kingdom of Laos
  • India

The Reds Edit

  • The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
  • The People's Republic of China
  • Socialist Burma
  • Czechoslovakia
  • North Vietnam
  • North Korea
  • Poland
  • Communist Forces of Cambodia
  • Communist Forces of Laos
  • Communist Forces of Thailand
  • Communist Forces of Malaysia
  • Communist Forces of Indonesia
  • Communist Forces of The Philippines

The Other Ones Edit

The Other Ones refer to the numerous combatants throughout the war that weren't on either side yet were still actively fighting. Their reason for which is listed.

  • The Kingdom of Nepal: Fighting to hold land after Pakistani invasion.
  • The Republic of the United States of Indonesia: Side goal of annexing Malaysia and it's newly formed territories in Singapore, Sarawak, and North Borneo.
  • Bhutan: Would not allow forces from either side from coming into the country, failed miserably in trying.

Supernatural Influence Edit

On the 3rd of May 1980, deep undercover agents of the Organization managed to temporarily commit partial mind-control on top political and military figures of major nations involved in the war and signed a peace treaty hereby ending the war in Copenhagen before any more damage could be bought upon the continent. Months of planning by the Organization was held on how to stop the war in a non-weird way but it was ultimately decided to just go with mind control and hope the public forgets about how weird the president acted.

3 days later, on the 6th of May the treaty was officially signed and NATO forces began to secede from South-East Asia. Soviet and Chinese forces seceded several weeks later.

Lizard People Edit

Resulting Affects Edit

Charlie and Arini Edit

On the 8th of October 1970, Lt. Charlie Hopkins of the United States Special Forces crash-landed his A-37 Light Ground Attack Jet after getting hit by a stray rocket launched by the Malayan National Liberation Army 12 km North-East of Kuala Lumpur. After gathering his wits he encountered a group of stranded Australian paratroopers and promptly joined them. At the same time, Arini Saharjani was moving through the jungle to meet up with Malayan forces in Bentong and help guard their rocket attacks on British-fortified Kuala Lumpur.

The two met at 13:45 and subsequently fired upon each other at contact. An intense firefight occurred for about 11 minutes before a Soviet MiG-23 bombed Charlie's position. All members of the Australian group died, while Charlie was thrown several meters away by the blast and incapacitated. Arini and the Malaysians went over to check their mangled corpses. Arini kicked Charlie in the head, waking him up. Charlie pulled out his sidearm at the same time Arini cocked her RPD. A short Mexican standoff occurred before they both realised that they were supernaturals and couldn't kill each other, and so both left. Charlie later retreated to Kuala Lumpur just in time for the evacuation to Sumatra and Arini shot down an F-4 Phantom when she got to the rocket-launching area.