The Eagre Foray: Day Twelve, Another Win For Water Vikings

WOOL SOCKS, Battle Ground – The twelfth day of the war between the Water Vikings and SWAT has concluded.  What happened today?

On September 16th, the Water Vikings and the Special Weapons and Tactics engaged in a battle for the custody of Wool Socks. This war began on August 26th, when the Water Vikings first declared war on SWAT. Ever since that day, the two armies have faced head to head in a heated war, invading and defending their land from each other.

This time, SWAT took the offensive for this battle and invaded Wool Socks, with the Water Vikings playing defense. At precisely 8:00 PM EST, both armies logged on, ready for their face-off. SWAT saw an impressive size of 27 troops, but the Water Vikings had a small size advantage with 30 troops.

SWAT vs Water Vikings for Wool Socks

After 30 minutes of battling, the judges declared the Water Vikings as the winner with a score of 2-1-o. The first room and third room went to the Vikings, but the second room was awarded to SWAT. One of the judges for the battle, Fusion, commented on today’s battle with the following summary:

“Great job to both armies in this close battle! Quick tactics and formations were key for this battle. By the end of it, Water Vikings was a little quicker, which ultimately won the battle for them. It was a pleasure judging this episode of the WVSWAT war! On behalf of all the judges and JIT’s I’d like to thank both armies.”

Currently, both sides have yet to schedule another invasion. Moreover, the Water Vikings are on a winning streak. Can SWAT manage to bring home a win again for their army? Most importantly, will this war ever end? 

Who do YOU think? As the twelfth day comes to an end, what is in store for the thirteenth? Let us know YOUR thoughts in the comment section down below!


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