Dismantling Opium Project

Dismantling Opium Project
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  • Step 3: Free the eejits
  • Dismantling Opium Kevin Wu Reading Mod 4 April 18, 2015
  • The Farm Patrol, who capture runaways from Aztlan and the US, are criminals. Since they will only stand in the way during the reformation of Opium, and are armed, we should dispose of them as soon as possible.
  • Step 1: Turn in the Farm Patrol
  • The eejit pens are buildings that were originally built for the eejits to live in, but the dead air prevented most of the buildings from being inhabited. To get rid of the dead air, we should flood the area so that the carbon dioxide in the air will react with the water molecules and get the air to start moving again.
  • Step 2: Clear the Eejit Pens
  • Eejits are slaves who have had a computer chip implanted in them and are programmed to do whatever the programmer wants. Using the fortune El Patron left, we provide funding for technicians from US & Aztlan to help remove the chips from the eejits' heads.
  • Step 4: Destroy the Farms
  • In order to make sure that Opium will be safe for those who want to inhabit it, we need to destroy the rest of the farms, owned by Farmers like MacGregor. In order to do that, we need armed forces. If the US and Aztlan don't give us military aid, we should gather up as many volunteers from the eejits we have freed and runaways from Aztlan and the US, as well as the weapons gained from the Farm Patrol, to take the rest of the Farms by force and get rid of the farmers who would oppose us.
  • Step 5: Stop the drug exports
  • While drugs are an essential part of Opium's empire, we want to remove the drugs from Opium's economy and merge the borders of US and Aztlan together. Also, removing drugs also removes the influence of drugs that Keepers may have had on Aztlan orphans who may come to inhabit Opium.
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