Beginning as a multinational network of nobles who sought to recapture the Holy Land, the Reconquista gained a permanent base in Albion after defeating the Royalists. However, its attempt to invade mainland Halkeginia led an alliance of Tristain, Germania, and later Gallia intervening in Albion, which resulted in its destruction.
Albionian Civil WarEdit
- Main article: Albionian Civil War
Invasion of TristainEdit
- Main article: Invasion of Tristain
Invasion of AlbionEdit
- Main article: Invasion of Albion
Tristain and Germania invaded Albion, putting the Reconquista in a defensive role. Due to Gallia's intervention, the invasion had succeeded, killing Cromwell and destroying the Reconquista in the process.
The near-term goal of the Reconquista was the overthrow of the monarchies of Halkeginia, which would be united under the Reconquista.
Its ultimate goal was to recapture the Holy Land from the elves.
The Reconquista was at first a network of nobles throughout Halkeginia.
After its successful conquest of Albion, the Albionian government and military was incorporated into its structure.
The Reconquista may have been initially financed by Gallia.
After the incorporation of the Albionian government, it was able to finance itself through the state.
Worried about the Reconquista, Tristain was to enter a marriage alliance with Germania. Although the marriage between Princess Henrietta of Tristain and Albert III, Germanian Emperor was cancelled, the alliance between the two states remained.
Tristain later invaded Albion with Germania to destroy the Reconquista.
Gallia clandestinely supported the Reconquista, as Joseph's familiar Sheffield was an adviser to Cromwell. It had a with Albion under Reconquista's rule. However, it broke the pact and intervened in favor of Tristain and Gallia.
Romalia was against the Reconquista. The pope had granted his familiar Giulio Cesare as an adviser to Tristain. However, it is unknown what the Romalian opinion on Reconquista's ideology was, as its ultimate goal of recapturing the Holy Land was aligned with that of the pope.
The governments of Halkeginia were disturbed by the Reconquista's intention to overthrow monarchies.
Recapturing the Holy Land was also not considered realistic.
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The ideology of recovering the Holy Land may be based on the.