The eWorld in in a state of flux. Alliances are shifting and it appears that in the global back and forth struggle for alliance domination this will not be EDEN’s month. That is not to say that EDEN will not be back on top next month—heavens know that EDEN has been counted down and out more times then I can count and yet it is still alive and is still the single strongest alliance in the game— but I am simply generalizing a growing trend in the military campaigns that dominate eRepublic.
As someone that recently past my 1,000 day of playing the game, I like to look back on the ongoing struggles between warring eNations. While eIndia’s conflict with eCroatia is a new one and will likely dominate our attention over the next few weeks, a conflict is brewing that will dominate the entire eWorld soon and we will have front row seats.
Nearly 200 days ago a war ended that captured the attention of many and its consequences led to a shift in alliances. The conflict consumed the Iberian Peninsular and resulted in the wiping of eSpain from the map. What was more interesting then the wipe itself was that it was not led by neighboring France nor oceanic-bordering eUSA, no it was led by a force that had journeyed from the other side of the eWorld: eChina.
While at the time EDEN was the dominate alliance in the game, over the next week we will see the flip side of that conflict.
After several weeks of planning and warring, eSpain have worked its way to sharing a border with eChina from its occupation of the ePhilippines. They proposed eChina as their Natural Enemy yesterday and will begin the assault shortly.
eSpain has a singular goal: to return the favour. They will lead a tWo/CoT assault with the intention of wiping eChina from the map and they have their fingers crossed that this will cause eChina to seriously question its allegiance to EDEN. If things go their way eIndia will soon share a border with eSpain.
In the conflict in the Iberian Peninsular, eIndia fought hard for our eChinese allies. However much has changed for eIndia in the last week. While we still have an alliance with eChina, we will be forced into a tricky situation. eIndia’s newly signed allies will not want to see eIndia fighting against them.
So here is the true litmus test for our eNation, are we willing to trash our long standing alliance with eChina and aid in their destruction, or will we honour our alliance and help them defend their land as they have helped us a number of times before?
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