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'''Black Saturday''' is the name used to refer to the nuclear exchange between the United States and China at the beginning of [[Doggieboy]]'s serial fic-in-progress [[Apocalyptic Daria]]. The term was first used during a radio broadcast by the U.S. military to inform citizens on the East Coast of ongoing military operations in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks and the resulting civil unrest.
 
'''Black Saturday''' is the name used to refer to the nuclear exchange between the United States and China at the beginning of [[Doggieboy]]'s serial fic-in-progress [[Apocalyptic Daria]]. The term was first used during a radio broadcast by the U.S. military to inform citizens on the East Coast of ongoing military operations in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks and the resulting civil unrest.
  
==Cities hit by nuclear attacks on Black Saturday==
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==Cities hit by nuclear attacks on Black Saturday(confirmed)==
  
 
*Washington, D.C.
 
*Washington, D.C.

Revision as of 14:54, 14 August 2007

Black Saturday is the name used to refer to the nuclear exchange between the United States and China at the beginning of Doggieboy's serial fic-in-progress Apocalyptic Daria. The term was first used during a radio broadcast by the U.S. military to inform citizens on the East Coast of ongoing military operations in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks and the resulting civil unrest.

Cities hit by nuclear attacks on Black Saturday(confirmed)

  • Washington, D.C.
  • Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Pittsburgh, Pa.
  • Norfolk, Va.
  • Cleveland, Ohio
  • Jacksonville (which state the city is in is not revealed)
  • Saint Louis, Missouri (unconfirmed reports indicate that no cities west of this point were attacked)
  • New York City (was hit by a low-yield weapon, a neutron bomb or the weapon suffered a 'fizzle', as reports indicate that the primary damage was confined to the Bronx, and that damage is not as severe as that suffered by other cities attacked)