Unless you've been hiding under a rock somewhere for the past week ,you will have noticed that the eUK is currently engaged in wars on multiple fronts, on both sides of the Atlantic, engaged primarily in TWO’s full-scale invasion of the eUSA over the last few days. So, here’s a brief overview of where we stand:
This kicked off a few days ago with our attack on Maine, timed to coincide with TWO’s larger invasion of the US this week. Maine fell at the end of Day 2035, and we won that battle easily, as much of the eUSA’s damage was spread to the south and East, towards Poland and Hungary’s fronts. Massachusetts was then swiftly attacked and fell yesterday, as TWO’s rampant success took hold, with even the 61st largest nation, Thailand, holding three US states at one point.
New York is our current front-line, as we look to cut off the US states of Vermont and New Hampshire from the rest of the US. We stand to win that campaign currently, at 60-6 up. In the last hour, the US has begun a Resistance War in Maine, in an attempt to spread our damage further. That campaign is still in its first round, with the UK currently dominating divisions 1 and three, and the US divisions 2 and 4.
EDIT: After the first round, we lead 5-4
A beige coloured spot of Irish independence has appeared, after they successfully took back Louth from us whilst we were largely distracted with the excitement of invading the US. This is a risk we take as we commit ourselves to a larger campaign abroad, that we may be caught by Irish rebellions. We need to stamp these out as they appear, otherwise we may find ourselves with isolated territories in the US, and angry Irishmen on our doorstep.
The Government is handing these regions back to Germark as part of a peace deal that allows us to focus our attentions westwards, so do not fight in the resistance wars against Denmark, as it only wastes damage that could be better spent elsewhere. It sounds obvious, but we inexplicably secured Nordjylland yesterday, so can we please not fight in the new resistance war that has gone up this evening.
Right, that's it. Essentially we're fighting wars, and it would be best for us if we won those wars. Except the Denmark ones. Don't win them.
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