The Great War

Common history books teach that the Great War began on December 13th, 2022 after a conflict over a disputed oil pipeline between in the Eastern Bloc Alliance, France and Russia. The War is often characterized by eighteen significant conflicts. By the end of the Great War the landscape of the world had changed drastically. A unified Allied States of America (ASA), European Union (EU), and United Socialist Commonwealth (USC) had replaced many of the world’s former nations. However, the damage done to these world powers was crippling. Archeologists continue to theorize on the loss of information and technology from before the Purge. Although taught in schools the Great War has little impact on modern life. Conflicts of the Great War:

  • The Reclamation of Belarus (2024 – 2029)
  • The EBA Western Push (2028 – 2056)
  • The Liberation of Tiergarten (The Battle of Kramer Moore, General Rugova’s Folly) (2061 – 2064)
  • The UAE Initiative (2066 – 2078)
  • The Zion Event (2077)
  • The Siege of Victoria Island (2079 – 2082)
  • USC Invasion of Japan (2082 – 2099)
  • The Fall of Baker Lake (2101 – 2104)
  • The Liberation of Jerusalem (2103 – 2112)
  • US Invasion of Yellow Knife (2107 – 2113)
  • The Del Toro Gambit (2112 – 2124)
  • The Invasion of Gonder (2122 – 2125)
  • The Liberation of Canada (2123)
  • The Darwin Conflict (2124 – 2130)
  • The Winnipeg Uprising (2124 – 2133)
  • The Juarez Massacre (2130)
  • The Liberation of Mexico (2133)
  • The Purge (2134 – 2136)