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=Proposed Canon=
 
=Proposed Canon=
 
An attack by [[Kingdom of Faq|Faq]] forces on two [[Jitterati]] [[city|cities]] in retaliation for their attack on the [[Transylvito]] outpost of [[White Castle]]; also strategically a chance for the new [[Warlord]]s to gain experience toward [[level]]ling, and acting as a [[Fund Razer]].
 
An attack by [[Kingdom of Faq|Faq]] forces on two [[Jitterati]] [[city|cities]] in retaliation for their attack on the [[Transylvito]] outpost of [[White Castle]]; also strategically a chance for the new [[Warlord]]s to gain experience toward [[level]]ling, and acting as a [[Fund Razer]].
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The first battle was a walkover, but the second was far more damaging to Jitterati, and [[Jillian Zamussels|Jillian]] keyed a betrayal of Jitterati by their allies that left the side in disarray and made Faq instantly more powerful.
  
 
{{battle
 
{{battle
 
|prev= [[Battle of White Castle]]
 
|prev= [[Battle of White Castle]]
|conc=  
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|conc= ''None''
 
|next= [[Battle of Chocula]]
 
|next= [[Battle of Chocula]]
 
|name= CounteraFaq
 
|name= CounteraFaq
 
|image=
 
|image=
 
|conflict= [[Transylvitian Wars]]
 
|conflict= [[Transylvitian Wars]]
|date= 42 [[turn]]s after the [[Battle for Gobwin Knob]]
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|date= 42 [[turn]]s after the [[Battle for Gobwin Knob]], 51 [[AW]]
 
|place= [[Kona]] and [[Valdez]]
 
|place= [[Kona]] and [[Valdez]]
|result= [[Kona]] and [[Valdez]] [[sack]]ed by [[Kingdom of Faq|Faq]], 20,000 [[Shmucker]]s taken
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|result= [[Kona]] and [[Valdez]] [[sack]]ed by [[Kingdom of Faq|Faq]], 20,000+ [[Shmucker]]s taken, [[Western Giants]] change sides to [[Kingdom of Faq|Faq]]
 
|side1= [[Kingdom of Faq]]
 
|side1= [[Kingdom of Faq]]
 
|side2= [[Jitterati]]
 
|side2= [[Jitterati]]
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|commanders2= *(at Kona) ''None''
 
|commanders2= *(at Kona) ''None''
 
*(at Valdez) [[Duncan Scone]]
 
*(at Valdez) [[Duncan Scone]]
|forces1= *7 [[knight]]s
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|forces1= *1 [[Ruler]]
*4 [[megalogwiff]]s
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*4 [[Warlord]]s
*21 [[gwiffon]]s
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*7 [[Knight]]s
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*4 [[Megalogwiff]]s
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*21 [[Gwiffon]]s
 
|forces2= *(at Kona)
 
|forces2= *(at Kona)
 
**1 [[Knight]]
 
**1 [[Knight]]
**[[infantry]], unknown number (few)
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**[[Infantry]], unknown number (few)
 
*(at Valdez)
 
*(at Valdez)
**200+ [[infantry]]
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**1 [[Warlord]]
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**200+ [[Infantry]]
 
***[[Archer]]s, unknown number (few)
 
***[[Archer]]s, unknown number (few)
 
**"dozens" of [[Western Giants]], [[natural allies]]
 
**"dozens" of [[Western Giants]], [[natural allies]]
|casual1= * ''unknown''   
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|casual1= *(at Kona) ''None, or negligible''
|casual2= * ''unknown''  
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*(at Valdez) ''None''   
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|casual2= *(at Kona) ''Total. Every [[unit]] in every [[City#City Zones|zone]] [[croaked]].''
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*(at Valdez) ''All [[men]] killed. Unknown [[Giant]] casualties.''
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**[[Duncan Scone]] [[capturing|captured]]
 
}}
 
}}
  
 
[[Category:Events]]
 
[[Category:Events]]
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[[Category:Fan Named]]
 
[[Category:Proposed Canon]]
 
[[Category:Proposed Canon]]
 
[[Category:Battles]]
 
[[Category:Battles]]

Latest revision as of 13:01, 13 July 2010

Proposed Canon

An attack by Faq forces on two Jitterati cities in retaliation for their attack on the Transylvito outpost of White Castle; also strategically a chance for the new Warlords to gain experience toward levelling, and acting as a Fund Razer.

The first battle was a walkover, but the second was far more damaging to Jitterati, and Jillian keyed a betrayal of Jitterati by their allies that left the side in disarray and made Faq instantly more powerful.

Previous battle: Battle of White Castle
Concurrent battle: None
Next battle: Battle of Chocula
CounteraFaq
Conflict: Transylvitian Wars
Date: 42 turns after the Battle for Gobwin Knob, 51 AW
Place: Kona and Valdez
Outcome: Kona and Valdez sacked by Faq, 20,000+ Shmuckers taken, Western Giants change sides to Faq
Belligerents

Kingdom of Faq

Jitterati

Commanders
Strength

Casualties
  • (at Kona) None, or negligible
  • (at Valdez) None