Chronicle of Arcadia

Chronicle of Arcadia

Chronicle of Arcadia

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Last Update August 19, 2022

Chronicle of Arcadia is The Pham_Minh_Khuecreation,The novel is mainly aboutThe Gods didn want men to live happily, thats why they created war alongside peace on the day of Creation. The First Hollumia-Lyria war was one of the bloodiest histories in the ancient world.On the banks of the Octupus, both sides were doing anything they could to kill their opponents. Lyrion catapults on land and bowmen, boarded on small ships, unleashed flamed rocks and arrows on the west banks while the Hollumian returned the favor by their infamous ballistas. Skirmishing lasted for around 2 weeks before Lyrion scouts discovered that the Hollumians had managed to build three large bridges by rafts and reinforced by wood, ready for thousands of troops to march through 30 miles to the north of the Lyrion camps.In Lyria, Cicerio had finished recruiting and training his army. After receiving 10000 slave soldiers from Laplace, he left Lyria under the stewardship of his father-in-law and marched west with an army of 25000 behind his back. Jetocius was assigned to command the slave soldi Read Novel

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Chronicle of Arcadia is The Pham_Minh_Khuecreation,The novel is mainly aboutThe Gods didn want men to live happily, thats why they created war alongside peace on the day of Creation. The First Hollumia-Lyria war was one of the bloodiest histories in the ancient world.On the banks of the Octupus, both sides were doing anything they could to kill their opponents. Lyrion catapults on land and bowmen, boarded on small ships, unleashed flamed rocks and arrows on the west banks while the Hollumian returned the favor by their infamous ballistas. Skirmishing lasted for around 2 weeks before Lyrion scouts discovered that the Hollumians had managed to build three large bridges by rafts and reinforced by wood, ready for thousands of troops to march through 30 miles to the north of the Lyrion camps.In Lyria, Cicerio had finished recruiting and training his army. After receiving 10000 slave soldiers from Laplace, he left Lyria under the stewardship of his father-in-law and marched west with an army of 25000 behind his back. Jetocius was assigned to command the slave soldi Read Novel

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