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A History of War - Ch. 1Disclaimer: This story is fictional and completely made up. People and places are used in fictional ways. Any resemblance to anyone living or otherwise is pure convenience and not intentional.A History of War - Ch. 1 by Genises
Chapter One: Altus, Dedalus, & Kau
Atlus, the superpower of Regalia over 500 years ago. Atlus existed alongside the newly formed nation of Kau, the Arrikada territory, and the island nation of Dedalus. Founded on the prosperity of newly founded foreign trades, Atlus flourished with an influx of valuable minerals and precious metals discovered in their territory. The king of Atlus decreed that as long as nothing threatened the people of Atlus, there would be no need to fight. Instead, they gained territorial power through the control of the trade routes.
500 years before the treaty of the Advanced Regal Union, an unknown land to west made claim to the first nation founded in the Arrikada territory. Atlus was formed with its first settlers began searching for valuables rumored to be hidden under th
A History of War - PrologDisclaimer: This story is fictional and completely made up. People and places are used in fictional ways. Any resemblance to anyone living or otherwise is pure convenience and not intentional.A History of War - Prolog by Genises
Prolog: Prelude to Battle
On the continent of Regalia, nine powers formed to create the Advanced Regal Union. However, despite a peace treaty signed by all nine leaders, they all had other agendas in mind. In a struggle to expand their country, they all play a zero-sum game against the other nations. Over a hundred years, no nation has gained any more territory than before the fighting began.
Of the two Regalian islands, only one is inhabitable. This island is divided into two kingdoms, Loya and Tobias. Peace on the island is fragile and is dependant on the leaders ambition to gain territory on the mainland. When they seek more territory on the island, both sides suffer massive casualties. One incident near the beginning of the islands history wiped out nearly 90% of the population and most of th