|The Domusian-Appalachian-Freyan Feud|
|Great Kingdom of Domus||Worker's Democratic Republic under Freya, Appalachian Commonwealth|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Great Kingdom of Domus||Vidhur|
The Domusian-Appalachian-Freyan Feud was a short conflict taking place between the Appalachian Commonwealth, Freya, and Domus.
In the beginning, Domus posted an unprovoked declaration of war against the Empire of Austenasia, which was promptly ignored. Alexander Smith, Supreme Leader of the Appalachian Commonwealth, did not like it and posted a certain scathing comment. The leader of Freya agreed, and so war with Domus was expected. Early in the morning, Fleeman and Smith were discussing what their respective nations would do in the event of annexing Domus, when Domus entered into the conversation and, in true Domusian fashion, abruptly declared war.
The First Battle
The first "battle" was fought by throwing barbed remarks and scathing messages, including accusations of puppet states, lying, proxies, and many other things. This battle lasted two hours. Meanwhile, in the Appalachian Commonwealth, small riots were dotting the country, the citizens angered at the war. During this, several rouge citizens of the Appalachian Commonwealth briefly broke into the dwelling of Alexander Smith.
The declaration of war caused extensive riots in the Appalachian Commonwealth, but elsewhere is unknown. In Northumbria-Mounteburg, Domusian agents captured King Louis for a short while, then released him. The vast majority of nations disliked the war.
At 7:40, the Great Kingdom of Domus officially retreated, leaving Fleeman and the leader of the Appalachian Commonwealth alone and at peace. "We grow weary of thiese frivolities. Excpect us [again]." Also, the leaders of Freya and Eleftheria claimed the monarchy of Domus, with Fleeman abdicating after because of freyas dissolution.