The Albionian Civil War was an armed conflict between the Royalists and the Reconquista. The Reconquista aimed to abolish the monarchy and replace it with a government of nobles.
The Reconquista was a group of nobles who aimed to unite Halkeginia and conquer the Holy Land from the elves. The first country it planned to conquer was Albion.
The Royalists were supporters of the king, James of Albion, and his son, Wales, Crown Prince of Albion.
The leader of Reconquista was Oliver Cromwell. Its members included Jean-Jacques, Viscount of Wardes, a Tristanian noble.
Course of the warEdit
Battle of NewcastleEdit
The Battle of Newcastle was the final battle of the Albionian Civil War.
Albionian Civil War resulted in the destruction of the royal house of Albion.
The Reconquista established the Commonwealth of Albion and prepared to invade Tristain.
The Albionian Civil War may be based on the English Civil War between the Royalists and the Parliamentarians. The first war resulted in the execution of King Charles I and the establishment of the Commonwealth and later the Protectorate under Oliver Cromwell.