Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)–Greece War (April 2015)

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Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)–Greece War
Map of Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)–Greece War
Date April 20, 2015 –
April 26, 2015
Location Balkans
Result Greece won
Territorial Changes None
Battles 8
Belligerents
Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Commanders and Leaders
Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Persej Makedonski
Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Phantom MKD
Flag-Greece.jpg Lithelon

Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)–Greece War represented another attempt of Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) to liberate itself from Flag-Greece.jpg Greece, which has been holding it occupied almost without a break even since it joined Flag-TWO.png TWO.

Main goal of the operation for Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) was to be able to set its own dictator, which was a success.

Summary

Resistance wars

Determination in occupied regions rose to more than 1.3 and it provided a good chance for a liberation. Resistance wars were hard won, each with close result. They were all started at night for European time zone, due to massive help Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) received from its allies, Flag-Chile.jpg Chile and Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia.

First battle

First direct battle, which started on April 22, was attack of Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on region of Macedonia. Chile provided supplies for Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on its IRC channel, #vivachilemierda . Both sides had few MPPs: Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) had MPPs with Flag-Bulgaria.jpg Bulgaria, Flag-Chile.jpg Chile, Flag-Indonesia.jpg Indonesia, Flag-Ireland.jpg Ireland, Flag-Lithuania.jpg Lithuania, Flag-South Korea.jpg South Korea, Flag-Spain.jpg Spain and Flag-Switzerland.jpg Switzerland (MPP with Flag-Hungary.jpg Hungary was lost due to Hungarian airstrike on Bulgaria during South American War), while Greece had MPPs with Flag-Argentina.jpg Argentina, Flag-Romania.png Romania, Flag-Turkey.jpg Turkey and Flag-USA.jpg USA (which was a consequence of Greek Civil War). Battle resulted in heavy tanking from both sides, and was eventually won by Greece, 99:24.

Second battle

For second direct battle, Greek attack on Western Macedonia, which started on April 24 an hour after DC, both countries acquired additional MPPs: Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) signed MPPs with Flag-Hungary.jpg Hungary, Flag-Mexico.jpg Mexico, Flag-United Kingdom.jpg United Kingdom and Flag-Venezuela.jpg Venezuela, and Greece signed MPPs with Flag-Croatia.jpg Croatia and Flag-Thailand.jpg Thailand. Determination in this battle was 1.36. After three rounds, the score was 32:20 for Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), with Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) winning all D1–D3 battles (most of these epic) and Greece winning all D4 battles (most not epic). By the end of 5th round, score was 54:42 for Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). Greece changed tactics, tanking hard in D4 to make epic early and secure the round and putting big CO in D2 at 100%. Next round ended up 16:6 for Greece, for a total score of 58:60. Greece managed to win the next two round as well, for a final score of 95:63.

Third battle

Third battle was Greek attack on Eastern Macedonia, and it started at 9h eRepublik time on April 25. Determination was 1.32. Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) won almost all D2 and D3 battles, while Greece won all D1 and D4. Final score was 101:42.

Fourth battle

Fourth direct battle, which was also the last, was Greek attack on Povardarie. It started on August 26 at 6h eRepublik time. Determination was 1.29. Greece acquired two additional MPPs for the battle, with Flag-Albania.jpg Albania and Flag-Italy.jpg Italy. Battle was easily won by Greece, with final score 98:17. At the same time, a resistance war started in Western Macedonia, which Greece defended, 94:27.

List of battles

Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Flag-Greece.jpg
Date Attacker Region Defender Result
Apr 21, 2015
Day 2709
Resistance-forces.png Macedonian Resistance
Region-Eastern Macedonia.png Eastern Macedonia
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg
Apr 22, 2015
Day 2710
Resistance-forces.png Macedonian Resistance
Region-Western Macedonia.png Western Macedonia
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg
Apr 23, 2015
Day 2711
Resistance-forces.png Macedonian Resistance
Region-Povardarie.png Povardarie
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Icon-RW.gifFlag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg
Apr 23, 2015
Day 2711
Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
Region-Macedonia.png Macedonia
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Icon secured.jpgFlag-Greece.jpg
Apr 24, 2015
Day 2712
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Region-Western Macedonia.png Western Macedonia
Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Greece.jpg
Apr 26, 2015
Day 2714
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Region-Eastern Macedonia.png Eastern Macedonia
Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Greece.jpg
Apr 26, 2015
Day 2714
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Region-Povardarie.png Povardarie
Flag-Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).jpg Republic of Macedonia (FYROM)
Icon conquered.jpgFlag-Greece.jpg
Apr 27, 2015
Day 2715
Resistance-forces.png Macedonian Resistance
Region-Western Macedonia.png Western Macedonia
Flag-Greece.jpg Greece
Icon secured.jpgFlag-Greece.jpg
Victory.png
Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) is occupid by Greece!

See also