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Discussion in 'UO White Stag Inn' started by Guardsmen Militia, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. Liberation​

    Sosaria's united forces had barely breached the capital when the jubilant citizens of Britain began celebrating victory, at times it had seemed unlikely and even impossible, yet after overcoming what had been regarded as an almost insurmountable objective the free peoples of Sosaria have ousted the usurper king and his mercenary lackeys from the capital.

    Our embedded reporter amongst the Yewish and Covian forces reported an epic battle that took place along the road leading into West Britain. Whilst details regarding the push into East Britain are sketchy, various sources suggest that the main body of combat took place on the western fringe of the city.
    Many amongst the Yewish and Covian ranks were astonished by the sheer size of the enemy force, Casca had clearly splashed his ill-begotten cash on funding an entire army of mercenaries as even the combined enormity of Yew and Cove were outnumbered at least two to one as they marched to relieve the throne.
    Despite possessing odds hugely in their favour Casca's forces were unable to resist the grit and determination of their opposition and after numerous blockades and ambushes failed to drive the oncoming forces from the field the defenders crumbled leaving the road to Britain open and ripe for liberation.

    With the capital now pressed to the bosom of the Royal Guard and with Casca and his minions in hiding it would seem that the short-lived war is all but concluded.