Czech-Slovak Training War
The Czech-Slovak Training War (Officially The Mushroom Wars) is a Training War organised between the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The war was organised to provide training and ranking for the citizens of the countries participating. As the Czech Republic is (in game terms) the aggressor, any other country wishing to take part signs an MPP with Slovakia, and can then fight in the defence.
Other than the Czech Republic and Slovakia, the following countries can take part by having an MPP with Slovakia.
These were the original signatories to the Contract forming the Mushroom Wars here. The Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia are considered the founding members, and both the Czech Republic and Slovakia hold veto powers over several points in the treaty.
According to Article Six of the Treaty, any country can join the War Games if accepted by the War council.
- 6. Joining Countries Procedure:
- a) Any country wishing to join training war must be accepted by War Council by absolute majority. Slovakia and Czech Republic retain the right to veto any country from joining the war.
- b) Country accepted by War Council must sign appropriate contract with circumstantial details included with three representatives of founding countries - presidents of Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia.
- c) Country joining the training war has the right to one vote in War Council
These nations have since joined the War Games.
The Czech Republic, through its border in Moravia, attacks one of its neighbouring Slovakian regions; Western Slovakia or Central Slovakia. The countries involved can then fight and train as if it was a real war. Once the 24 hours are up, Slovakia secures the battle.