Our story certainly is not that of constant triumph, but after all, knowing the sting of defeat makes the glory of triumph that much greater.

- Admiral Jamake

With approximately 400 years of collective history, the history of the Argexantine Warrior Alliance is one rife with conflict, revolution, and reformation. Against catastrophic events and forces that have threatened to unravel the very fabric of the Alliance, AWA still stands strong to this day.

As a member of the Allied Bunsen Galaxy and signatory of the Nivelia Convention, AWA employs the Spore Year system for all official record-keeping and historical functions. Prior to the adoption of the SY system, however, AWA ran a standard solar calendar, based off of the 375-day year of Laureles. The Bibiulor calendar divided the year into ten months instead of twelve, with five 37-day months and five 38-day months, with one 37-day month gaining a 38th day every six years, the equivalent of a leap year. The months, in order, were titled Varok, Hara, Kosso, Sevelt, Kiyash, Nyos, Tiyen, Okso, Sitela, and Hossiya.

The current date is Februn, 1900 SY

Origins Edit

The Argexantine Warrior Alliance was, in some ways, an expansion of the alliance between the Bibiulor and Volonaw Empires of the Argexantine Star Cluster in the northern Sola Sector. The mutual-defense and trade alliance, established in 127 SY by the young Bibiulor (who entered space in 18 PSY) and the older Volonaw (who had entered space long ago in 1056 PSY), would become the basis of the greater Alliance to follow. In 324 SY, the leaders of both the Bibiulor and the Volonaw agreed to make their ties more intimate, as well as to extend a hand of cooperation to other militant nations of Argexantea in the interest of common defense and prosperity. This new organization would be called the Argexantine Warrior Alliance, and soon the young union would begin sending out diplomatic missions to the nations of the Sola Sector in search of potential allies or members.

Prelude Era (324 SY - 506 SY) Edit

The experience of the Volonaw and the vigor of the Bibiulor proved to be a marketable combination, and within the Alliance's first ten years it had gained a considerable amount of territory and influence through memberships. The two most important of these early new members were the Metedarl Dominion and the Minor Federation, two strong military states of the bordering Narusa Star Cluster who would become irreplaceable assets to the Alliance later on. In addition, the Alliance gained the Altos and the Zimazi as allies, two empires who would become important soon in the Alliance's history as well as valuable members.

By 404 SY, twenty years after the Alliance's foundation, the Alliance had proven itself to be a formidable growing power in the Sola Sector, with many neutral nations in Argexantea, Ixiona, Narusa, and Macrusa becoming worried about the potential military might of so many allied militaries, especially as the Warrior Alliance often treated poorly those nations that it thought had weak militaries. However, the Alliance had a glaring weakness: the constituent nations had little sense of cultural unity and were competing for influence within the Alliance under the surface. Seeking to defuse the potential threat of their neighbor, the Bordooshio, Salazan, and Verden nations of east Ixiona formed a secret counter-alliance called the Prelude Tripartite and began to conspire to sow discord among the allied nations. With covert assistance from the Ploogal and the Talatrim, the Tripartite succeeded in staging a political scandal within the Alliance in 463 SY, known as the Tolio-Athender Affair, an orchestrated confrontation between the Altos, Volonaw, and Zimazi that would potentially threaten the Alliance's stability in Ixiona and Argexantea.

What the Tripartite didn't expect, however, was the quick resolution of the Tolio-Athender Affair after suspicions arose that the incident was indeed caused by external forces. Quickly realizing that a target was soon to be painted on their heads, the Prelude Tripartite rapidly armed itself as the AWA investigation came closer to tracing the Affair back to the Tripartite. The Tripartite eventually initiated a preemptive surprise attack against the Altos and Minor in 475 SY, starting the war known as the Prelude War, uniting the once-divided nations of Argexantea against the Prelude. The Prelude represented a legitimate threat to Argexantea, with quality military technology as well as financial backing from the deep-pocketed Ploogal and Talatrim, but ultimately they lacked strength in numbers. The overwhelming size and raw power of the Alliance would prove to ultimately win out in the end, the final battle ending eight years later in 506 SY. While a combination of Prelude tactics and disorganization within the AWA military helped extend the Prelude's numbered days, it was mainly delaying the inevitable as the Prelude had started a war with the odds stacked well against them.

Reactionary Era (506 SY - 819 SY) Edit

In the wake of the Prelude War, the uniting force needed to keep the Alliance together as one cohesive unit seemed to be intense xenophobia. As a result of the sudden Prelude attack as well as the Talatrim-Ploogal conspiracy, the Alliance began to take on an even more hostile tone towards its neutral neighbors in Macrusa and Narusa. Using their new-found local power status, the Alliance bullied the Ploogal into becoming essentially a client state of the Alliance, while the Talatrim fared slightly better and preserved their sovereignty through careful diplomatic maneuvering. Contact with the Chevaste Cluster and the Sola Rim led to the Alliance gaining new members and allies in those regions, such as the Kaprin and Derodenians, some through legitimate friendship and others through intimidation.

The Alliance's new aggressive tendencies drew the ire of a number of independent nations just barely a safe distance outside of the Alliance fold, especially the Kourano and Hiranoa, both of whom happened to be theocracies following an Almari sect of Pazu'Mir Spodism known as Shi-In-Kou. Elements within the Alliance were also becoming displeased with the Alliance's new policies, namely the Ploogal state and Bibiulor liberals. These factors would lead to the infamous Ixione Incident in 630 SY, in which a group of domestic terrorists calling themselves the Argexantine Liberation Front bombed government buildings on the trading world Ixione. When the group responsible for the attack fled to the safety of Kourano space, the Alliance government denounced what it called a "subversive Spodist conspiracy" and declared an inquisition against all Spodists, beginning a period known as the Pazu'Mir Inquisition, which would last until 709 SY.

Pazu'Mir Inquisition (633 SY - 709 SY) Edit

During this period, the Alliance became even more xenophobic than ever before, both internally and externally. Within the Alliance, Spodists were regularly forced into show trials and imprisoned, regardless if they were followers of the Shi-In-Kou sect or not. While the government did not officially sanction executions of untried citizens, street lynching became common outside of the metropolitan zones, targeting both Spodists and people opposed to the Inquisition. Propaganda and a heavily-controlled public education system only furthered the prejudice and hatred. Outside of its own borders, the Alliance aggressively marginalized neighboring Spodist states (primarily the Kourano and Hiranoa) and pushed for persecution of Spodists in any other secular state in the region. This would also lead to the Alliance forcing the Talatrim, who had a sizable native Spodist population, to cooperate with the Inquisition, sacrificing the precious autonomy the Talatrim had been able to preserve after the Prelude War and paving the way for their complete absorption into the Alliance in 783 SY.

First contact with the Grand Spodist Church would complicate matters. Exploration ships hailing from the GSC first arrived in 664 SY at Hokrow in the Sola Rim. While the initial contact was fairly friendly (helped by the fact that the Sola Rim had not been quite so consumed by the Inquisition as areas like Argexantea and Ixiona), things soured quickly when the GSC party moved on to Toswitz, where Inquisition presence was stronger. Inquisition officials recognized the GSC sigil as resembling the Eye of Spode, leading to the GSC party being detained for suspected Spodism. Though the party was eventually allowed to leave when they proved that they were not associated with the Almari Spodists, the brutal detainment would start off AWA-GSC relations on a poor footing when the GSC exploration party returned to their lands in 667 SY. The establishment of embassies in 682 SY would further worsen the situation as the brutality of the Inquisition became fully known to the Church's leadership and public, leading to the GSC's Proshutze Edict in 698 SY. While the GSC had little means of backing up the assurances it made (which extended to the Almari Spodists as well), the denunciation that the Edict embodied was enough to cause a significant portion of the population to question the Inquisition's effectiveness, leading to the eventual end of the Inquisition in 709 SY.

Post-Inquisition Tensions (709 SY - 819 SY) Edit

The end of the Inquisition did not signal the end of the anti-Spodist fervor in the Alliance, however. While the Proshutze Edict had managed to halt the government anti-Spodist campaign, it had also heightened tensions between the Alliance and the GSC to their highest level since first contact. While the two powers were physically separated by the Omega Arm, anger on both sides was reaching a point where the two might duke it out anyways, putting the neutral Coleph League in the line of fire from both nations. The TIAF soon intervened and managed to talk down the embittered rivals, with the Nivelia Accords in 752 SY establishing a fragile peace between the two nations.

In the Accords, the Alliance had agreed not to invade the Kourano or Hiranoa (both of whom had allied together in the face of the AWA threat) so long as the GSC did not supply arms or station expeditionary forces in Kourano or Hiranoa space. In the eyes of the AWA leadership of the time, these terms seemed more favorable to the GSC than to AWA, and so the Alliance proceeded to find ways to continue harassing their Shi-In-Kou neighbors without resorting to outright invasion or encroachment. Much of this involved heavy disruption of Kourano-Hiranoa trade traffic, typically by claiming territory around the two states and charging exorbitant tolls for Kourano-Hiranoa merchant ships attempting to pass through. The biggest example of this occurred when the Talatrim were pressured by the Alliance to become a full-fledged member of the Alliance in 789 SY, thereby cutting off one of the Kourano's major trade partners and access routes. These thinly-veiled blockades were frequently criticized by outside observers, especially those in the GSC, though as there was no evidence of a prelude to invasion, few external forces intervened.

Scarlet Era (819 SY - 1112 SY) Edit

819 SY would mark the beginning of the bloodiest period in the entirety of Alliance history, fittingly titled the Scarlet Era. The Alliance's intensely xenophobic path after the Prelude Wars had set AWA on an unavoidable collision course with its neighbors, and now, the cavalcade of devastation was about to be laid upon the Sola Sector. Few Argexantines today would regard this time as none other but the darkest hour in Argexantea's history.

Kourano War (819 SY - 825 SY) Edit

Impatience was running high on Laureles regarding the Kourano, as while the unofficial embargo had significantly damaged the economy of the Kourano, the Kourano remained defiant against the Alliance's influence. This was due primarily to the Kourano beginning to receive aid from the TIAF in 801 SY, and further compounded in 814 SY when TIAF representatives denounced the actions of the Alliance regarding the Kourano and threatened a trade embargo with AWA if the Alliance did not stop harassing Kourano-Hiranoa merchant trade. The new Head Consul of the Alliance, Eliwood Tozyo, a Bibiulor militarist appointed in 816 SY, proposed a simple solution to this dilemma: remove the Kourano as a sovereign entity altogether, even if this entailed a flagrant violation of the Nivelia Accords. Predicting that neither the TIAF or GSC would launch into a long-range war over the Kourano, and not wanting to lose face by backing down to the TIAF's threats, the Imperial Consulate concurred with Tozyo and approved a full-scale military invasion of Kourano space, to be conducted starting in 819 SY.

On 17 Aegosto 819 SY, fleets of the Warrior Battleguard descended upon the populous border world of Se'rei'ke, opening fire on the unsuspecting Kourano defense fleet in orbit and establishing orbital superiority within hours. The Alliance attack on Se'rei'ke produced outrage in the TIAF and the GSC, with the TIAF immediately imposing the trade embargo it had threatened earlier and the GSC announcing that, as the Nivelia Accords were now null and void, they would begin sending expeditionary fleets and arms shipments to fortify the Hiranoa. As Tozyo and the Consulate had predicted, however, the GSC did not declare war, with the Kourano being at the edge of the Proshutze Edict's assured protection range and likely to fall too quickly for the GSC to act anyways.

However, Tozyo had not been able to predict the tenacity of the Kourano resistance. While Se'rei'ke surrendered within days of the Warrior Battleguard's arrival, the AWA fleet would meet a stiff challenge at Ko'no'ke and Kou'ra'no, the other two major targets of the incursion. Kourano regulars and volunteers, joined by some volunteers from local independent species, rallied around the two planets and amassed in numbers far greater than expected. While AWA still held a decisive logistical and tactical advantage, this unforeseen obstacle threw a wrench into the invasion plans of Tozyo and the Consulate. The wasted time allowed the GSC to complete their fortification efforts in the southern Sola Sector before the Alliance could force the Hiranoa into compliance by military threats, and the sight of the Kourano resistance emboldened the Hiranoa to send privateers of their own to harass AWA lines in the Kourano front. In the end, however, the Alliance still prevailed over the severely outgunned Kourano, and Ko'no'ke and Kou'ra'no surrendered after a bloody numerous months of battle while remaining pockets of resistance were mopped up over the few months after Kou'ra'no's fall. This small strip of land in the Chevaste Cluster had come at great price to the Alliance, however: the Alliance had been internationally disgraced; the Battleguard had been thoroughly humiliated by the Kourano; and the Church, the Alliance's most powerful adversary, now had a foothold right on their doorstep.

Blooming Flowers Period (825 SY - 1012 SY) Edit

In the wake of the disastrous Kourano War, Eliwood Tozyo soon found himself the target of blame for the Alliance's failure, despite the efforts of the Tozyo Consulate to spin the outcome of the war as positive for the Alliance. Tozyoist propaganda cited the fact that the Warrior Battleguard had been victorious over the Kourano "conspirators," but the general populace rejected the stories of the Tozyoists as the nation now faced mounting debts and price inflation due to the cost of the war and the massive loss of international trade to the Alliance. With rapidly spreading economic turmoil and increasing amounts of government authoritarianism as public opinion shifted against Tozyo, the Consulate soon voted to replace Tozyo as Head Consul in 828 SY, with Tozyo himself losing his seat on the Consulate in 832 SY when the Southern Argexantean Sub-Consulate removed him from office.

The end of the Tozyo era would not signal an improvement for life in the Alliance, however. The TIAF refused to lift their trade embargo until the Alliance officially apologized for their campaign against the Kourano, restored sovereignty to the Kourano, and paid an exorbitant amount of war reparations to the Kourano state. Although many Argexantines saw the Kourano War as an embarrassment, even more still were too prideful and angry to concede anything gained from the war, especially to the demands of a foreign power. Anger over the incompetence of the Tozyo Consulate soon translated into anger towards the TIAF and the GSC, who the public now viewed as foreign interlopers using the Kourano War as a scapegoat in order to subjugate the Alliance to their influence. The moderate members of the Imperial Consulate had been trying to deescalate the situation with the TIAF and the GSC by diplomatic means, recognizing the importance of trade with the TIAF and wanting to avoid a potentially disastrous confrontation with the Hiranoa-GSC united front; this made the moderate Consuls targets of a rising radical movement, founded in 871 SY, that sought to "right the wrongs" of Tozyo and all prior AWA administrations.

This movement called itself the Blooming Flowers Movement, touting the slogan, "Let a thousand flowers of prosperity bloom over Argexantea; let a million flowers of fire bloom over her enemies!" The movement was led by a Metedarl named Perca Var Ettoran, a young veteran of the Kourano War, whose charisma and conviction allowed her to quickly win over youth disenchanted with the post-Kourano War era. Members of the Blooming Flowers Movement soon took over many posts throughout the Alliance government, despite efforts from the Imperial Consulate's old guard to combat the movement's spreading influence. Many of the veteran Consuls were soon replaced by new young radicals, and the few veterans who remained became radical in order to preserve their seats. Perca herself was appointed Consul for the Central Narus Sub-Consulate, and by 880 SY the BFM had gained a majority of the seats on the Consulate. Unsurprisingly, Var Ettoran would be named Head Consul of the Alliance that same year.

The actions of the Var Ettoran Consulate soon made clear what Var Ettoran believed the solution to Argexantea's problems was. One of Var Ettoran's first declarations as Head Consul was a policy of "Merdanst Sartanshe," which set into motion a plan to strengthen the Alliance economy to the point that they would not need to rely on any foreign trade nor worry about the threat of foreign invasion. Var Ettoran's method of achieving this was to unload the economic burden on the most stigmatized groups in the Alliance, especially residents of the Kourano territories and Argexantine Spodists. Taxes on the Kourano and Spodists were increased to extreme levels, consuming most of the income of these groups, while a combination of new labor laws and public works projects forced many of these now-impoverished groups into low-paying jobs that were building the Alliance infrastructure and industry. Representatives of these groups, as well as their allies in the majority groups, spoke out against these new policies so obviously targeted against Spodists, but their voices were simply drowned out by Ettoranist propaganda that claimed that the new policies were "temporary measures" that would "provide labor to all, both Spodist or non-Spodist" and "allow for the integration of the Kourano into Argexantine society". This trend would continue for the next 100 SY, where living conditions and economic prosperity indeed improved for most of the Alliance, due to more efficient usage of the Alliance's territory as well as expansion of both military and civilian industries. However, it had all come at incredible cost to the Kourano and the Alliance's Spodist enclaves, which remained in a state of hopeless destitution as they constructed the prosperity of a society that disdained them so.

Shi-In-Kou Genocide (996 SY - 1014 SY) Edit

Var Ettoran's Merdanst Sartanshe also had a sinister secondary motive. Var Ettoran, a product of the Pazu'Mir Inquisition era, held extreme prejudice against the entire Spodist faith, not just the Shi-In-Kou sects native to the Almari Arm. Merdanst Sartanshe had been designed to eventually grind the nation's Spodist groups out of existence while at the same time bringing the Alliance's economy up to a level where it could sustain itself without the labor of the Spodist groups. By the mid-900s SY, the economy had indeed reached production levels where, had Var Ettoran no longer been in power, the abuse of Kourano labor could have been ended without causing a collapse of the economic system. However, Var Ettoran was frustrated by the slow pace of her plan on its secondary front, and began discussing a more overt plan with the Consulate behind closed doors.

In 995 SY, disguised Ettoranists staged a major terrorist attack in a Se'rei'ke religious district, causing the deaths of hundreds of Kourano Spodists as well as twenty non-religious bystanders as collateral. Var Ettoran used the collateral casualties as cause to announce her new policy of "Vieltav Helkorsatorenn" in 996 SY to "protect" the Spodist ethnic minorities as well as the rest of AWA society from the "Spodist social turmoil." In actuality, this involved rounding up known Spodists and relocating them to isolated "redistribution facilities" scattered throughout Alliance territory. At these redistribution facilities, the interned were slowly starved or worked to death, and those who could not work were systematically murdered. Var Ettoran did not limit the roundup to AWA borders either; the Ettoranists regularly hired privateers to raid Hiranoa territory and kidnap Spodists living there. Those who tried to expose the true nature of Vieltav Helkorsatorenn were also imprisoned in these facilities, along with numerous others who were traditional political enemies of the Ettoranists. However, the biggest targets and victims of Var Ettoran's policy were the Kourano-Hiranoa Spodists; hence, this period is remembered as the Shi-In-Kou Genocide.

Although Vieltav Helkorsatorenn was well-publicized from the very beginning, the details of the redistribution facilities remained virtually unknown outside of the Alliance for most of its duration. The Alliance public began learning about the systematic murder around 1000 SY, but deep-rooted prejudice against the Kourano and Spodists as well as skillful government control of information meant that the public was not worked into an outrage - in fact, many at the time continued to support Var Ettoran's actions. It was not until at least 1012 SY that information about the true nature of Vieltav Helkorsatorenn made its way to the ears of foreign powers, and by then the Genocide had become the least of Var Ettoran's concerns.

War of Spodification (1012 SY - 1112 SY) Edit

By 1012 SY, the Hiranoa had grown frustrated with the increasing amount of privateer raids on their worlds bordering AWA, which, combined with reports on the AWA redistribution facilities, had stoked intense anger towards the Alliance among the Hiranoa. This culminated in the Hiranoa government announcing, with GSC approval, that they would now be imprisoning any captured privateer captains and would consider any incursion by an AWA fleet or AWA-associated privateers to be an act of war on the Alliance's part. Var Ettoran, viewing this as an opportunity to secure control of the Sola Rim and eliminate the GSC presence on the AWA border, decided to press the limits of the Hiranoa's patience. An Argexantine privateer fleet, posing as a civilian trade convoy, entered the restricted travel zone and were quickly detained by a Hiranoa patrol near Brausha, as many of the privateer raiders had posed as civilian traders to infiltrate Hiranoa space before. Var Ettoran, maintaining the Alliance's innocence, demanded that the "traders" be released; when the Hiranoa refused and declared the privateers to be prisoners of war, Var Ettoran quickly convinced the Imperial Consulate to declare war on the Hiranoa. Soon after that, the Grand Spodist Church, acting under the Proshutze Edict, declared war on the Alliance, starting what is known as the War of Spodification.

The War of Spodification (usually referred to as the Hiranoa War in the Alliance) would prove to be a critical time in the history of the Alliance. Finally facing their almost century-long adversary in combat, the Alliance would find itself embroiled in a near-existential struggle - few thought that the Church would allow the Alliance to survive the war should the Church emerge victorious.

However, few thought that the Alliance would be defeated. The GSC expeditionary force and Hiranoa security force were quickly overwhelmed by a Warrior Battleguard strengthened by the Var Ettoran economy, forcing the Hiranoa to retreat from their important border worlds and into a protective stance around their core worlds of Hirano and Reiss. The GSC, denied passage through Bunsen Grox territory and hesitantly granted passage by a Coleph Union wary of both its Church and Alliance neighbors, could not transport its main battlefleets in large enough numbers to break the Argexantine siege around Hirano nor disrupt AWA supply lines in the Sola Rim. To the credit of the Hiranoa-GSC defenders, however, their defense of the Hiranoa core would hold up for over ten years, which began to strain the powerful war engine that Var Ettoran had constructed. Already by 1014 SY, Var Ettoran had decided that the resources required to continue the Shi-In-Kou Genocide were put to better use fighting the war, and Vieltav Helkorsatorenn silently came to a close later that year.

In addition to the continued economic strain, the length of the war began to awaken frustration against Var Ettoran's regime, primarily among historically liberal regions of the Alliance. Var Ettoran, seeking to maintain her popularity, directed the Battleguard towards numerous side campaigns designed to manufacture victories in order to distract from the continued stalemate around Hirano and Marsus. In the end, however, these side campaigns likely did more harm than good for the Argexantine war effort; they wasted resources that could have been used to potentially break the Hiranoa defense effort and some, especially the Western Rift Campaign, drew the ire of neutral powers that would later become involved in the conflict. Slowly but surely, however, the war seemed to be running in the Alliance's favor, as Marsus eventually fell to the AWA siege in 1063 SY and Hirano was losing its ability to combat the siege, and it seemed as though the GSC was losing interest in fighting the war. However, it would be Var Ettoran's arrogance that would be her undoing.

During the course of the war, the TIAF had completed development of its Wormhole Key technology, releasing the technology to the other Bunsen Galaxy powers, AWA included, in 1058 SY. A Bibiulor scientist, Tanshel Hechasar, quickly became the leading expert on wormhole theory in the Alliance, discovering the existence of two viable wormholes in Alliance space - including one near Brausha that connected to a wormhole outside of Tsojev in GSC space. Var Ettoran, seeing an opportunity to finally strike at the GSC from afar, ordered Hechasar to share her research with the Warrior Battleguard, who would use it to plan a surprise attack on Tsojev through the wormhole in 1080 SY. The Tsojev Campaign was initially a massive success for the Alliance, with the attack taking the GSC completely by surprise and disrupting the flow of supplies to the GSC fleets attempting to break the Hirano siege. The GSC counterattack, however, was fierce, with GSC commitment to the war ramping up considerably in response to the invasion of the GSC itself. Using reverse-engineered AWA Wormhole Keys, the main battlefleets of the Iron Pazu'Mir Navy pushed the Battleguard back through the wormhole, and soon flooded the Sola Rim and Narusa Cluster. The Battleguard was able to hold the IPN's advance to southern Narusa, but the consequences of the Tsojev Campaign were clear now: the Alliance was now on the defensive, a position they would not reverse for the rest of the war.

Kamalone Revolution (1094 SY - 1112 SY) Edit

The situation continued to worsen up to 1094 SY. The IPN's front had slowly moved up to consume Minorca and Narus, and the Battleguard was desperately fighting to keep the GSC out of Ixiona. The loss of nearly half of the vital Narusa Cluster had caused a dramatic collapse in the economy of the Alliance, with the remaining industry in Ixiona and Argexantea unable to keep up with demand and refugees from the Sola Rim and Narusa straining the limited civilian resources that the Var Ettoran Consulate had. All of this magnified the growing disillusionment with Perca Var Ettoran, which soon began to visibly express itself with anti-Ettoranist uprisings in East Ixiona and South Argexantea, traditionally liberal regions of the Alliance. Although the Ettoranists were able to quell the rebellions, in 1094 SY a new revolution erupted on Kamalone, a major Bibiulor industrial world, where the Anti-Ettoranists overcame the Ettoranists and seized control of the planet's industry and communications. The revolution's leader, Kerin Saryapolso, declared the planet to be "free of the Ettoranist tyranny" and called on other planets in Argexantea to rise up as well.

Saryapolso began making use of Kamalone's factories and shipyards to create a Kamalone Revolutionary Guard to protect the planet from government attempts to reclaim it as well as to assist uprisings on other planets. Var Ettoran, more concerned with the larger threat of the IPN, did not pay any special attention to Saryapolso's revolutionary force, believing that Kamalone's populace would eventually evict the KRG and return to normalcy under the Ettoranists. However, the Kamalone Revolution was not like the other uprisings; it resisted all attempts to put it down, and soon it had gained the support of Kamalone's population. This was in no small part thanks to some external factors as well. Tanshel Hechasar, who had sought asylum in the TIAF after the beginning of the Tsojev Campaign, shared her research on the other wormhole she had discovered in AWA territory - one between West Jaylisia and the Argexantean trade world of Cordo, which was in close proximity to Kamalone. The TIAF, seeing an opportunity to assist the GSC's efforts as well as to gain favor with a potential post-war AWA government, began sending supply convoys through the wormhole to Kamalone. Separately, the Levisala Confederacy sent supply convoys through the Corvar Wormhole to resistance organizations on Remett and Kou'ra'no in the Chevaste Cluster.

The assistance from the TIAF allowed the Kamalone Revolution to take hold in surrounding worlds, including Cordo, Jeffro, and Argexante. With the Battleguard barely holding back the IPN as it were, Var Ettoran had very few resources with which she could contain the spreading revolution. Soon, Saryapolso's faction had established contact with the revolutionary groups in the Chevaste Cluster, creating a united revolutionary front called the Almari Revolutionary Guard (ARG). By 1102 SY, ARG had gained control of much of southern Argexantea and Ixiona, further limiting Var Ettoran's ability to fight the GSC invasion and creating a broad base from which ARG could spread the revolution to the rest of the unoccupied Alliance. By 1111 SY, the Revolution had spread to surround and encircle Laureles. It was only then that Var Ettoran decided that the ARG had become a larger threat to her than the IPN, and she directed the bulk of the Warrior Battleguard to engage the Revolutionary Guard. But by then, it was far too late; on 8 Marzo 1112 SY, a group of revolutionaries led by Saryapolso invaded Var Ettoran's residence on Laureles and arrested her on the grounds of "treason to the Alliance". The next day, they proclaimed the end of Var Ettoran's reign to a large crowd in Laureles' central plaza, and Saryapolso personally executed her on the spot.

Reformation Era (1112 SY - 1548 SY) Edit

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