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Victory! Victory! Victory!

In the fourth battle of the War of Smoke and Sour, the Battle of Northern Lights, RFCP and LGA collided in the bloodiest and most intense combat yet. RFCP maxed 17, compared to an LGA max of 17/18. However, RFCP rose to dominance at the last room of the battle, the iceberg.

A beautifully executed Federation Formation.

Transcript of Prior’s battle speech:

IT IS TIME FOR THE BATTLE SPEECH! SOLDIERS OF RFCP!

THEY THINK WE TIRE

DO YOU?

THEY THINK WE WILL LAY DOWN ARMS

WILL YOU?

OR WILL YOU FIGHT ON? WILL YOU FIGHT ON THE DOCKS? WILL YOU FIGHT IN THE FOREST? WILL YOU FIGHT WITH THE SWAY OF THE BERG BENEATH YOU, AND THE WINDS OF THE SKI MOUNTAIN AT YOUR BACK? WILL YOU FIGHT IN THE WATER AND ON THE LAND, IN THE SNOW AND THE ICE? WILL YOU FALL FACING THE GROUND AS YOU RUN, OR FALL FACING HEAVEN ABOVE WITH YOUR GUN TO THE ENEMY?

I KNOW YOU.

YOU WILL FIGHT ON!

WE SHALL NOT SURRENDER!

TAKE NORTHERN LIGHTS! RFCP! RFCP! RFCP!

The judges and the leaders spent two days in the battle room server determining the result.

Points raised included stellar tactics on either side, but RFCP wobbling between evenly matching the LGA and trailing by one or two. However, in the ski village, LGA had an afk troop, Snow (the dude chilling on the bottom right of the second photo), who did not count and hurt the LGA’s performance rating.

“I don’t see how the ski village can be won by LGA,” Prior argued. “Snow was just chilling the whole time. Which, you know, I relate to on a spiritual level. But for a battle…”

It was ultimately decided that the rooms resulted: Mine–Tie, Ski Village–Tie, Iceberg–RFCP.

Originally, the judges said this means the overall battle results were a tie, because ties are the majority. Prior challenged this, not understanding why they wouldn’t cancel out, having the math be 0-0- +1 RFCP.

His point was valid enough that the admins held a poll on this rule, pledging the results of the Battle of Northern Lights would rest upon its decision. All the great leaders of CPA would vote upon this poll.

The vote carried in our favor, and, we believe, to what made the most sense.

Still, further confusion ensured when an admin who was not present during the great debates of the Battle of Northern Lights offered their opinions as well, and controversy stirred up once more.

Finally, the admins decided that they would stick to their word that the results of the battle would rest with the poll, but that from henceforth, all CPA admin judging would be done in a private server, further encouraging the army leaders to work things out themselves.

After all was said and done, an official ruling finally was made that RFCP emerged victorious.

RFCP erupted into raucous celebration deep into the night.

The soldiers asked Prior to give a speech. “Glory to the RFCP!” they cried.

The soldiers dance and throw snowballs at Prior, akin to athlete dumping Gatorade on their coach after a win. The Commissar, Redovyco, was ungraciously tackled by Prior in a manly hug here as well.

Lucky gives Prior his cigar, this time a special Cohiba, to smoke.

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And lastly, a slightly drunken Prior stands on “Lucky’s” (the RFCP bar) table and shouts, “WHO IS YOUR COMMANDER?” The replies:

….And then a bunch of other weird stuff happened during the revelry which won’t be blogged about.

ON TO MORE VICTORY!

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