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Postby Virch » Mon Apr 02, 2007 11:21 am

tne back on the top...pretty good fight so far....your end is getting near :)
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Postby Virch » Mon Apr 02, 2007 2:43 pm

the royal prince has taking his own life.....bringing down many tne realms with him........coming for yu now mickal........hunker down, its going to get bloodey up there.............
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Postby MoP » Mon Apr 02, 2007 2:45 pm

Ha! Come and get him with the ELves down :twisted:
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Postby Cluesen » Wed Apr 04, 2007 3:26 pm

It's over, and in the end, the result is, surprise, surprise a draw.

TNE was unable to get Mickal down what kept them from claiming the win. On the other hand they kept pushing the rest of FEL lower and lower, what kept us from winning.

Without our Prince we can only take like one TNE down a day, wich would have prolonged this war to erernity. He went down as a real warrior, taking as many enemies with him as he could. Oh men, it hurts a lot to downsize soo many acres, but what else shall one do with less than 1000 buildings left total?

Also TNE didn't want to trade in any more of their leftovers for a chance to nethertheless get Mickal one day or keep gnawing at the bones. Our small realms can't hold on the land we take from the big TNE's Mickal opens up, so we ds'ed tons of acres anyway.
So we decided to end it here.

Well fought from both sides. TNE's attack surprised us, but our backfire was steady and impressive. In the end i don't think TNE took acres from us. That was mostly a big networth destruction and dropping party tearing each other down.
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Postby Fo » Wed Apr 04, 2007 3:43 pm

The prince downsizing over 100k land was a factor in us not wanting to pursue the war any longer. I wanted the land for us and I still want the King's land. Which we also most had on a couple of occasions. But Mickal was active and was able to keep alive.

Yes we tore each other down, but what a thrill to fight a long back and forth war near the top of the scrolls and not have the war over on first strike. New tactics tried daily from both guilds as our resourses changed.
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Postby MoP » Wed Apr 04, 2007 4:12 pm

Well fought, TNE. The first guild this age we couldn't beat :)
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