The Birth of the Solstice War

Welcome to the first “The Solstice War” supplemental post. I’ve been meaning to start doing these for a while now since they’re something I promised on the Patreon. However I couldn’t figure out exactly what to write about. I figure then that it’s best to start from the beginning. Of course, every story starts with … Continue reading

Stoking Hell’s Fire — Generalplan Suden

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The Councils Divided – Generalplan Suden

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The World Ablaze – Generalplan Suden

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The Battle of Knyskna II – Generalplan Suden

28th of the Aster’s Gloom, 2030 D.C.E. Shaila Dominance – Djose Wood, 8th PzD Headquarters Area It had been a gruesome event, and all the more chaotic when witnessed only through the radio. At times communication was so incoherent that Dreschner ordered the lines to be cut for a moment so they could take a … Continue reading

The Battle of Knyskna I – Generalplan Suden

28th of the Aster’s Gloom, 2030 D.C.E Shaila Dominance – South Knyskna, Outer Boroughs Atop the M3 Hunter a squat, round protrusion easily mistaken for a headlight turned a glass eye on its surroundings. With the periscope the tank commander retained a broad field of vision obstructed only by the form of the tank around … Continue reading