North & South Skirmish - 2011
Saturday, February 26, 2011
On a cloudy morning on February 26, 2011, twenty eight troops from the North and the South engaged in conflict on a little grassy site known as Creekside. It has been recorded that 4 skirmishes occurred.
The first skirmish saw the North holding the edge due to the famous Italian mercenary, hired by the fleeting president, scoring heavily in the closing minutes. The second wave of Southerners over ran the North in the second skirmish and continued to pummel the North putting the South ahead.
Things were getting edgy and uneasy, but after a few BM’s all were relaxed and happy.
The skirmishes continued through the morning, until the South emerged with the higher number of points. It was at this time that the Southern General; in the absence of the Northern General, declared that the skirmish was over and declared it a draw. After a few more BM’s, everyone was chummy and departed to their respective territories, not giving a “Hot Damn” about the outcome.