The Dakan-Teminna War
The Teminna Kingdoms deployed scouts and forces through the extensive waterways, prepositioned to strike against the unprepared Dakan Confederacy.
Teminna Kingdoms: the Temnosal are deployed along the border areas of the Great Northern Jungle, with bases concealed within it and the North Coast. Dakan Confederacy: the Humans, Lizardfolk, and Orcs of the Dakan Confederacy operate from small forts and patrolbases throughout the North Coast. Both sides are making extensive use of their advantages to engage in deep strikes, something the Dakan Confederacy is excelling at as the conflict drags on.
The battlefields of the Dakan-Teminna War are the water and vegetation choked lands of the Great Northern Jungle and North Coast.
The terrain prevents conventional conflict, between its thick vegetation and over-abundant waterways. The direct effect of this is that both sides tend to fight with unit sizes under that of a company in most fights. The fighitng is furious, at close range, and often in three dimensions, as the underwater areas and air see battles as well.
The Teminna Kingdoms were able to seize back approximately 80% of their original holdings in the are of the Great Northern Jungle, and managed to kill about 65% of the human (Dakan) population in doing so. The Dakan Confederacy was forced to flee to the North Coast.
The Dakan COnfederacy was able to reform after its catastrophic defeat, and have been able to establish themselves as the bitter enemies of the Temnosal and their kingdoms.
The war has lasted over 50 years now, and the strain is showing on both sides. No familiy in the Dakan Confederacy has not been touched by it, and their hatred for the Temnosal is implacable. The Temnosal are tiring of it as well, but are increasingly hampered by their own systems to address it. The conflict has irrevocably changed how the Dakan Confederacy sees and conducts war. Previously a largely conventional force, they have rebuilt a military that has observers from as far away as the Kurov Empire interested in their small unit tactics, the development of skyborne forces.
- Conflict Result
- Ongoing Conflict
- The North Coast