Battle of the Three Islands

Battle of the Three Islands

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  • Fort Charles
  • Don't worry about those brats i'll take care of them 
  • General Crimson how about the Water Navy?
  • The Water Preparations    
  • The Violent Introduction
  • At Fort Charles, the Air troops thought they were safe from the Water soldiers attacking them. They did have 10,000 well-trained troops there to prevent a attack. Plus, they had lots of supplies and cannons. Their general, General Crimson was well known and experienced as a deadly warrior. 
  • The Siege of Fort Charles
  • Meanwhile, the Water Navy sailed six ships that in total contained 54,000 sailors and twelve cannons across Water. Though they knew Air troops were much more trained than themselves, they had more men and determination. They were ready to fight for independence. Admiral Lake Adams encouraged their bravery and made the troops brave.
  • The Battle's Result
  • How! Our troops are much trained than them. We must send 40,000 troops to Fort Charles to take it back!
  • The ships sent by Water were split into 3 groups. 2 ships to one, 2 to another, and 2 to the Captain Island. The picture here was based on the Captain Island's point of view. On these ships are 20,000 sailors and 1,000 commander henchmen with their groups which combined is 50,000 henchmen warriors. They fired rapidly at the island.
  • The Occupation of Fort Charles
  •   During the battle, 10,000 sailors under the command of Atlantis Andrews went to lay siege on Fort Charles. The siege lasted so long they had to ship more supplies from Water just help themselves. Though they blockaded the fort so that it couldn't be supplied by Air. Luckily, they succeeded.   
  • The battle proved that Water was able to face the Air forces. Therefore, this is a important turning point in the Water Revolutionary War. Plus, Air was now more serious about defeating them because one wrong mistake like this Air would lose the war and Water would have independence.
  • The Water Navy captured Fort Charles and won the Battle of the Islands.
  • After the four day long siege, Water had finally captured Crimson and his fort. They occupied the fort for the next four years. They arrested Crimson and used him for a bargain for the Air Army to surrender so they would get their independence.
  • Crimson, we have now captured your beloved fort and have captured you.
  • Now men, take the folly tax maker's son to prison where he'll stay years.
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