Lake Chicago

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During the Soviet Trans-Pacific Campaign the Soviet Union, joining forces with Quebec, moved the remnants of the 69th пижа (pizza) Army Battalion and the newly mobilized 454th Gok Infantry Regiment out of Italia and Pizzaland (Formerly Sicily) and begun the invasion of Canada. Instead of showing resistance, Canada quickly agreed to terms with the Soviet Union becoming an ally in arms in the global war that the Soviet Union launched early in 2006. After the newfound Soviet Republic of Canadia was secured for good and Soviet Forces were ready to mobilize from the south from the country 7 (Formerly Mexico), The campaign to take down the United States was launched. The Soviet Union sent several nuclear missiles into U.S. Airspace which all ironically landed in the same place: Chicago. Some believe, instead of this being some kind of rare occurrence or miscalculation in the launch process, that the reason why all the missiles hit Chicago is because SuprCmdGen. Pruskoff was upset that the Chicago Blackhawks defeated the Los Angeles Kings the night before. Nonetheless, the United States surrendered immediately after the attack with no way to retaliate (due to the Soviet Union's superb missile defence system) and due to the multiple nuclear missiles which hit Chicago, Lake Chicago was created.File:Mawson 006.jpg

The Details and Composition of Lake Chicago[edit]

After the attack was over, all that was left of Chicago was a giant nuclear lake spanning out towards Lake Michigan and reaching south further into Illinois. From the epicenter the blast reaches nearly 125 miles west, 135 miles north, 85 miles northeast, 140 miles southeast and 65 miles south. The crater is believed to be approximately ten miles deep, the deepest crater in the world, and contain heavy amounts of radioactive material in both liquid and solid form. Radiation from the blast reaches throughout the United States constantly poisoning its inhabitants and killing livestock and agriculture. From sight, although all who have had the chance to see the lake have died, the lake looks a bright green and eminates a cloud of gaseous nuclear material into the atmosphere. The lake contains heavy amounts of Plutonium (Pu) and Uranium (U) deposits.