The Tristanian invasion of Albion was an invasion of Albion by an alliance of Tristain, Germania, and later Gallia. It was led by Henrietta of Tristain and Albert III, Germanian Emperor, who sought to eliminate the threat of the Reconquista in continental Halkeginia following the Albionian invasion of Tristain. Until the Battle of South Gotha, the Tristanian and Germanian alliance entered Albion without much resistance. However, an Albionian force of 70,000 sieged South Gotha, before which Tristain and Germania retreated. Gallia then broke its non-aggression pact with Albion and turned the tide against Albion.


After the Reconquista attempted to invade Tristain from Albion, Henrietta of Tristain sought to root out its base.



Albionian forces were led by the Reconquista, a faction of anti-monarchist nobles. After the death of Oliver Cromwell, it was headed by Sheffield.


To prepare for war, Tristain drafted its male noble population.


Germania provided troops for the alliance.


Gallia had a non-aggression pact with Albion before the war. However, it later entered the war in favor of Tristain.

Course of the warEdit

Battle of South GothaEdit

Tristanian and Germanian forces occupied South Gotha. When an Albionian force prepared to siege South Gotha, Tristania and Germania retreated.


The war ended in favor of Tristain.


Following Albionian defeat, Albion was divided into a rump state and Tristanian and Germanian zones of control. The rump state was ruled by the Duke of Marcillac as king. Neither Henrietta of Tristain nor Tiffania Westwood claimed the throne despite having royal descent.


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