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Giant's ShadowEdit

German EmpireEdit

BriefingEdit

BUTTE-DE-TAHURE 1918. BATTLE OF THE SELLE.

German Officer: Men, we have cut this far into our enemy's belly, we must continue to plunge the knife deeper. First, we must wrest Caudry Village from the British, from there we shall advance upon and ford Selle River. Once across, it will be a battle for the airship Crash Site to secure advantage in the area. Finally, and swiftly, we will conquest Le Cateau Station. Ready yourselves!

Battalion LostEdit

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German Officer: Our first assault has been thwarted. Gather yourselves, men - next time we break their spine!

German Officer: The British do nothing but delay our victory. When next we lock horns, remember that you have the might of Germany behind you!

German Officer: These worms dare push us back? Ready yourselves, soldiers! Grind them into the dirt like the grubs they are!

VictoryEdit

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German Officer: A sweet victory for us! A glorious victory for Germany! Remember this day, men. The day you overtook British soldiers on French soil.

German Officer: Men! Soldiers of Germany! This is a result of unending resolve! Enjoy the sweet victory.

German Officer: The French, the British - it is no matter. What is a sapling compared to a tempest? Today men, you were a storm that upended the forest.

DefeatEdit

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German Officer: Today was not the day for a German victory. We will salvage what we can, and save the fight for another day.

German Officer: You fought like lions, yet this time the British held strong. But next time...next time we won't even dig graves for their bodies!

German Officer: The spineless British can keep their French dogs' land. Our allies will continue to flow over their defenses on all other fronts!

British EmpireEdit

BriefingEdit

BUTTE-DE-TAHURE 1918. BATTLE OF THE SELLE.

British Officer: Soldiers, these are the lands of our allies, we must protect them like our own. Our first line of defense is Caudry Village, should we fall there, we will use the Selle RIver as a natural hold point. If the Germans manage to cross the river, the airship's Crash Site will be our battleground. Our last stand, if it comes to it, will be at Le Cateau Station. Do not let our allies down!

Battalion DefeatedEdit

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British Officer: Today we hold French freedom in our hands. We drove back the German claws once, we must now defend once more!

British Officer: You make your country proud, boys. Watch as the Germans scramble to remount an attack! We will bury this one in the ground as well.

British Officer: Good show, men - stout as the land we come from! But it is not over yet. Guns up, helmets on! We defend once more!

VictoryEdit

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British Officer: Run you German dogs! Go back to your scorched lands and tell of the day that Britain stripped you of your mettle! This land will never be yours.

British Officer: Soldiers! Men of Britain! Today we proved once more our potency in this war. Hold your heads high! You brought glory upon your country.

British Officer: A phenomenal fight! France will forever remember the day you took up arms to defend its people! Revel in your victory as you watch the Germans flee!

DefeatEdit

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British Officer: We could not be what our French allies needed us to be. Today is a dark day for Britain - tomorrow shall be brighter!

British Officer: Our ally's land is now in Germany's grasp. A dark day, not only for Britain and France, but for all allies of the free world.

British Officer: The blood of British soldiers darkens French soil. We retreat from these lands, but shreds of us will forever remain.


Prise de TahureEdit

German EmpireEdit

BriefingEdit

PRISE DE TAHURE 1917. LOST TO WAR.

German Officer: Today we face the French on their own ground. Let us show them how wrong they are to feel safe. First, we shall overwhelm them at Navarin Trench. They will be forced to retreat into town, making Tahure Square our next battleground. Their last line of defense will be in the Fontaine District. We will show them that nowhere is safe from Germany's might.

Battalion LostEdit

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German Officer: The night proves tough, but we are soldiers of Germany. We have one final push - let this one be victorious!

German Officer: The French have pushed us back this once. Gather yourselves, men. It's time to show them what happens when Germany is refused.

German Officer: The French dig their claws into this unremarkable land. We shall redouble our efforts to rend something dear from them!

VictoryEdit

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German Officer: Tahure is ours. This will prove critical in our coming operations. Revel in your victory, men - you have done your country proud!

German Officer: Tonight, we dine in French homes, and sleep in French beds. Enjoy yourselves, men - you have earned it.

German Officer: The night is ours. We have routed the French from their homes - a strong victory for Germany!

DefeatEdit

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German Officer: Cease fire! This town is not worth our rising death toll. Let the French fester here - we retreat for now.

German Officer: Tonight, Germany will not have Tahure. A loss...but the war will end in our favor regardless! Pull back, men!

German Officer: The night is indeed dark - we have lost this battle. Retreat for now, men. Save your lives for another day.

French RepublicEdit

BriefingEdit

PRISE DE TAHURE 1917. LOST TO WAR.

French Officer: Soldiers, a German infestation creeps into our home. Let us exterminate it. Our first line of defense will be Navarin Trench. Should we get pushed back, we will hold in the center of town at Tahure Square. If it comes to it, our final battle will occur in the Fontaine District. We cannot fall there. The Germans approach. To arms men!

Battalion DefeatedEdit

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French Officer: You've done well, soldiers! But the battle is not over yet. I can see the Germans just outside of the light - soon, they will redouble their attack.

French Officer: The Germans retreat to regroup. The battle is not won yet, men. Ready yourselves - the final push is upon us!

French Officer: Do not lay down your arms. The Germans will be back. Restock, refuel and prepare for one last battle.

VictoryEdit

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French Officer: A victory for France and all of our allies. We have defended not only our homes but a critical stronghold in this war. Stand tall, men - you've made your country proud!

French Officer: The Germans attempted to take our homes, but we owned the night! Rest easy, men - another attack will not come soon.

French Officer: Germany came for the throat of France, but we held strong! Let them run to their homeland, and speak of a lesson they will never forget.

DefeatEdit

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French Officer: The darkness of this night is deep. We have lost our town to the Germans. Pray we can regain it in the coming battles.

French Officer: Germany has infected our homes and we can do nothing about it. Retreat for now, men. We shall regroup in the morning.

French Officer: Soldiers of France - tonight, Germany ransacks your homes. Remember this feeling in the coming war - we will use this anger to fuel our spirit!


Łupków PassEdit

Austro-Hungarian EmpireEdit

BriefingEdit

ŁUPKÓW PASS 1914. CARPATHIAN CROSSING.

Austro-Hungarian Officer: The Russians have taken our defensive stronghold. We must do anything to take it back. First, we shall root them from the Galician Trail. Then we shall force them back through Pawel's Ravine. Afterwards, they will easily give the Narev Depot up to us. Finally, and with decision, we will exterminate them from Rostov's Hold. The day is cold. The snow threatens our wellness. Let us finish this quickly.

Battalion LostEdit

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Austro-Hungarian Officer: Soldiers, we have one more chance. Kindle that spark within you and let it grow into a fire of determination! Think of those whose lives have been lost to these beasts! Fight for them.

Austro-Hungarian Officer: Russian boots remain on our land - this cannot stand! Ready your weapons, it's time to tear their defenses asunder!

Austro-Hungarian Officer: A cruel defeat that burns the soul! But we will fight once more - we will find hope in the darkness and triumph! Show no mercy!

VictoryEdit

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Austro-Hungarian Officer: The Russians think they own the winter! Ha! We have beat them at their own game. Revel in your victory, for you have taken back what's yours!

Austro-Hungarian Officer: Run! Flee you Russian bastards! Tell your generals to think twice before taking what's ours!

Austro-Hungarian Officer: Our land is once again our own. Listen for the celebration of your countrymen and women, for you have given them back their homes.

DefeatEdit

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Austro-Hungarian Officer: The cold has snapped our resolve and buried our dead. Retreat, men! We have lost this day to Russia.

Austro-Hungarian Officer: The battle is lost. We have given up our land to this Russian infestation! Pray for forgiveness from those you swore to protect.

Austro-Hungarian Officer: The white snow is seeped red with the blood of our brothers. Do not pause to bury the dead - the snow will do that for us.

Russian EmpireEdit

BriefingEdit

ŁUPKÓW PASS 1914. CARPATHIAN CROSSING.

Russian Officer: Soldiers of Russia, stand tall as our enemies try to reclaim their land. The fight begins at the Galician trail. If we are overrun, regroup at Pawel's Ravine. Should they manage to push us further, let us halt them at Narev Depot. Losing there means our last defense will be Rostov's Hold. We must not fail!

Battalion DefeatedEdit

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Russian Officer: Their Empire's aggression only served to wake a sleeping bear! To arms, soldiers - we will defend once more.

Russian Officer: Watch as Austria-Hungary retreats to lick its wounds. Stand tall, soldiers, for they will heal and attack again.

Russian Officer: We have staved off their first attack. Ready your rifles once more. We must show them Russia's might!

VictoryEdit

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Russian Officer: They may have learned to fight in the winter, but we were born into it. This day was a victory the moment the battle began! Rest, soldiers, for you deserve it.

Russian Officer: The Austro-Hungarians attempted to take back what we have stolen, and look - all they have to show for it are graves! Today, Russia smiles on your victory.

DefeatEdit

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Russian Officer: The bitter cold did not aid us in this battle, for we have lost. This land is now relinquished to the enemy. Retreat for now, soldiers.

Russian Officer: Russia weeps for our efforts today. For those that have survived, a reminder - you will perish in this war if you do not stand your ground!

Russian Officer: The Austro-Hungarians have taken back their land. They may have won the battle, but we will dance on their graves at the end of this war!


ZeebruggeEdit

Royal MarinesEdit

BriefingEdit

ZEEBRUGGE 1918. ZEEBRUGGE RAID

British Officer: What you do in battle today determines the war. For today...we cripple the German navy. We will start by taking back the HMS Vindictive. We will then continue onward through the Submarine Shelter, not stopping until the Germans are purged from both there and Shed Number One. Finally we will take back the Lubeck Battery, marooning the Germans on the coast as we block off the rest of their naval fleet.

Battalion LostEdit

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British Officer: The Germans have sunk their hooks deeper than we though. Pick yourselves up - we go again!

British Officer: The fight isn't over! Remember, the might of the German navy hangs in the balance. Let's go, men! Once more!

British Officer: Come on, men! These are our armaments. This is our ally's land! Do not give up! Keep fighting!

VictoryEdit

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British Officer: Today is a bright day in the war. We watch as the German navy gets trapped in its own web. Stand tall, men!

British Officer: A victory for the crown! You've done your country proud! The Germans will think twice before taking what's ours again.

British Officer: Ha! The Germans think they can beat us on our own ships? Watch them flee...or what's left of them.

DefeatEdit

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British Officer: Spilling British blood on British ships - an insult to the crown! Save who you can, and retreat...it all belongs to Germany now.

British Officer: We could not save our ships. We could not save the coast. Today, is a dark day in the war. Retreat!

British Officer: The battle has been lost. Our ships, our ally's shore, all belong to the Germans. For now, we must retreat.

German EmpireEdit

BriefingEdit

ZEEBRUGGE 1918. ZEEBRUGGE RAID

German Officer: Men, today our enemies try once again to reclaim what we have taken from them. First, they will try to take the HMS Vindictive. If they manage to, then they will go for the Submarine Shelter next, and afterwards Shed Number One. It is highly unlikely, but if they succeed there then the final hold will be at the Lubeck Battery. If they win here our navy is crippled.

Battalion DefeatedEdit

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German Officer: Good job, men! Show those British that whatever they have, we can take and keep! Defend it once more!

German Officer: The British retreat to lick their wounds! Stay alert - for they are about to remount their attack.

German Officer: A cause for celebration! But it is fleeting. The battle is not over yet.

VictoryEdit

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German Officer: A bright day for Germany! It will be my honor to report home that we have successfully held the port. Celebrate your victory!

German Officer: Good job, men! You have successfully defended against the might of the British Marines. The seas remain ours, and that is something worth celebrating.

German Officer: The British military is a joke, unable to take back even their own ships. They are nothing compared to the might of our German forces.

DefeatEdit

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German Officer: The British have reclaimed their armaments, and have boxed our navy in. This is a dark day for Germany.

German Officer: A harsh loss, men. We've been pushed ashore, helpless as our navy gets trapped by those British bastards.


River SommeEdit

British EmpireEdit

BriefingEdit

SOMME RIVER 1916. SOMME OFFENSIVE.

British Officer: The German army has taken our ally's land. Today, we will be the sword that severs their hold. First, we will root them from Wellington Trench, pushing them across the river to the Munich Line, where they will find no purchase. Finally, we will advance upon Hawthorn Station and once and for all, reclaim this land for our French allies.

Battalion LostEdit

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British Officer: Rebound, regroup and reassemble. This is but a delay in the final victory which shall belong to Britain and France!

British Officer: A valiant push, but victory rarely comes unobstructed. Pick up your weapons and prepare - now's the time to break through their defenses!

British Officer: The Germans have dug themselves into these lands. No matter, men; next push we shall uproot, and cast them out!

VictoryEdit

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British Officer: Today the French celebrate the bravery of their allies. We have taken their land back, and cut the Germans down in one fell swoop. You are all true soldiers of the crown!

British Officer: If British might was ever in doubt, let today put those stories to rest - we have taken everything from the Germans in this battle.

British Officer: Watch the Germans flee with their tails between their legs. We have whipped them like the dogs they are. Victory is ours.

DefeatEdit

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British Officer: We leave this battle with dwindled numbers and spirit. But tomorrow - tomorrow shall be another day.

British Officer: We have failed, soldiers. Today, Britain bows its head. We have given our ally's land to these German worms.

British Officer: The Germans have finally sunk their fangs into this once beautiful land. Pray it is not poisoned beyond healing.

German EmpireEdit

BriefingEdit

SOMME RIVER 1916. SOMME OFFENSIVE.

German Officer: Soldiers, today we fight for all of our men who died claiming this land. Our foes will first storm Wellington Trench. Should we get pushed across the river, we shall make a stand at the Munich Line. If we fall there, then our final battle will be a bloody one at Hawthorn Station. For our comrades! For Germany!

Battalion DefeatedEdit

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German Officer: The British think they can take this land back from us? Nonsense! Ready your weapons, men - we will show them their weakness once more.

German Officer: The British crash against our defenses, but we do not waiver. This is it, men - the final battle!

German Officer: We have halted the British advance! Take heart men, for we only need to hold them off a little longer.

VictoryEdit

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German Officer: A glorious day for Germany! Rest your weapons, men, for tonight we celebrate our victory with French soil beneath our boots.

German Officer: This is a victory not just against Britain, but against their allies as well. We have sent a message - do not try to take back what we have taken from you! They will remember it well.

German Officer: Run! Flee you British dogs! Today we wave our flag high, for we have taken from our enemies something they hold dear.

DefeatEdit

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German Officer: The British have taken this river back from us. They may feel victorious, but time will show the true victors. And the message will be spelled in their blood.

German Officer: We have ceded this land to British scum! A harsh defeat, but no defeat is too great for Germany to overcome. The battle may be lost, but the war is ours.

German Officer: Today men we are not worthy of our uniforms. Our foothold into enemy lands has been lost! We now retreat home with out tails between our legs.

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