Many warlords broke out from Clubhausia’s collapse, with their own views on who and how to rule Clubhausia and in turn Stonefield park. Many of these warlords clans and stories are lost to history, many lacked a capital, and fought over areas such as the playground and outdoor gym. However, the few are known are listed below. Aside from The Hassan Caliphate however, their flags are unknown. The Hassan flag is only known due to it being spray painted on the Football Goal concrete area after refusing to acknowledge the treaty that ended The Great Ruislip War though this no longer exists as of a 2019 survey of the park.
The Rohan Horde
This group was formed by year fours with the primary goal of capturing Ellie, a former clubhausian parliament member. Nobody knew the reason behind their hate of her, but it saw the most unique case of the whole war. At the Battle of the Train, a climbable train climbing frame in the school, the soldiers of the Lorentian and Fizonian armies put their differences aside, rescuing Ellie together, who had been captured earlier. While this was only due to their respect for her, it was the first sign a peace might be able to happen, which Daniel noted.
The Malaki Order
This group was formed around a man named Malaki, a year four with the uncanny ability to predict the future. This prediction was later found to be faked by him, but he amassed quite a cult of personality around him. His cult was presumed to collapse after a skirmish with Lorentian forces, where he attempted to use kung fu, only to slip and fall over, promptly running home.
The Guirlzi Clique
This group was made up of the girls, who enjoyed the drama. Most of the boys were in Lorentia’s army, which made them avid supporters, but they never joined in the war, aside from the Final Battle At Bourne. They signed the Treaty of Bourne in 2015.
The Hassan Caliphate
This warlord is of note due to his actions at the Treaty of Bourne. Before this, the Caliphate stayed out of the war mostly, though did take part in the final battle. It itself had fractured out of a local bully group, who’s leader had left. The Shah family, who led it, had the perks of being large, so he had a large army, however, it never saw action. His refusal to sign the treaty shocked everyone, and he proceeded to spray his flag on the ground, proclaiming a rival government. What became of his plan is unknown, by the next reunion, he didn’t arrive, and his flag had been cleaned away.