My second article in my series 'The Week That Was', with the intention of giving a summary of major regional swaps and potential conflict in the coming week, I am unbiased in my findings as you would of seen in my previous article (just putting that in because someone sent me a message asking if I was Pro-EDEN or Pro-CoT etc).
Over the past week has seen eGreece's intial success in pushing north and re-establishing eAlbania on the map for not, as the invasion from three different powers (eSerbia, eMacedonia and eBulgaria) as well as a push from eBulgaria into eGreeces Asia Minor holdings, attempts to block eBulgaria from entering Asia Minor from eCyprus resulted in the country being shortly wiped.
Currently though eGreece still holds one of its original regions and is currently trying to regain its others while fending off attacks. Land swaps between eHungary and ePoland has also sparked intrigue into a possible Siberian/Asian expedition by the behemoth power as major powers such as eBrazil and eChile try to either consolidate or expand into Asia.
Finally for Europe, eBosnia has once again been removed from the map by eSerbia, while ABC and Asgard fight for supremacy in the Baltic Theatre.
Last week saw the introduction of eBrazil into the Asain theatre with its hopes to acquire a Asain colony from eTaiwan and draining EDEN of firepower and drawing their attention from TWO and their allies who are currently in domination over Europe. While at the start it looked promising, eTaiwan successfully defended itself against the South American heavy weight and even managed to push back and regain for a while at least part of its former holdings in the ePhilippines while at the same time losing some of their Japanese territories to Resistance Wars.
In Australasia eChile has managed to once again wipe eAustralia from the map, regain its original regions and with a recent attack from eBolivia possibly entering a land-swap deal to block eArgintina a route back to Australasia. With the long running war still raging the next stage could see a push into eArgintina by eChile but with loyalties divided amongst global powers the success of a campaign of that nature is in question. =
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