Approx 3 months after the Seige of Koila
Koila. Western Edofasia/Alayka.
2 PM local time.
The E.N.A had crushed the rebellion here almost too easily. The rebels had surrendered in droves shortly after the army crossed the border. Koila upon seeing it was hopeless and alone. Quickly submitted to Edofasian rule. But the question lingered. Where was the Alaykan Army? Edofasia had stepped in to return order to their shared border and ensure the safety and welfare of the native Edofasians there. But nothing came from the west. No aid. No military. Nothing. For a while the E.N.A Corps of Engineers focused on rebuilding infrastructure and upkeeping the Great Northern Road. But after weeks of silence the Edofasian government declared that in one more weeks time a referendum would be held in Edofasian controlled areas on the matter of unity with Edofasia. Alaykan Soldiers and government officials were barred from entering the contested areas and the area was on lockdown. Only time would see if the west could be roused