The Drushian Civil War was a large-scale war taking place in Drushia after the Soviette Republics influenced the government to adopt communism. The war raged from 1949 to 1952, when Drushia split into North Drushia, which retained communist policies, and South Drushia, which embraces capitalism and free enterprise.

Drushian Civil War

Drushian Wars, Cold War





  • Communist victory
  • Drushia splits into North and South Drushia
  • The Corporatocracy of Harbitros fails to institute a coup to convert all of Drushia towards capitalism

Drushian Government

  • Drushian Military

Soviette Republics

Drushian Fringe

  • Drushian rebellion
  • Drushian insurgency

The Corporatocracy of Harbitros

  • Harbian Eclipse Agency
  • Jakab Beltheszarr
  • Kavoos Kejaandi
  • Son Yung
  • Leila Jun
  • Golgoun
  • Darga the Butcher
  • Rio Fikley
  • Austris Jin Woo
  • Jonah Miller
  • Susanna Villard

Drushian Military

  • 75,000 infantrymen
  • 167 tanks
  • 561 aircraft
  • 60 war vessels

Soviette Forces

  • 1,500 infantrymen
  • est. 50 special operatives
  • 56 tanks
  • 25 war vessels

Drushian Fringe

  • 67,950 infantrymen
  • 17 tanks
  • 99 aircraft
  • 3 war vessels

The Corporatocracy of Harbitros

  • c. 5 special operatives
  • 1 aership
  • 23 aircraft

est. 17,890

est. 18,060

The War

The Drushian Civil War began several months, in 1949, after the United Soviette Republics persuaded the Drushian government to adopt communist policies. Immediately, hundreds of Drushian soldiers defected from the military and helped formulate a rebellion composed of soldiers, civilians, and foreign mercenaries. The first few months of war, however, was fought as insurgency by the rebels, fighting their enemies with guerrilla warfare. In early 1950, the Corporatocracy of Harbitros took notice to the struggles of the anti-communist rebellion and sent a small taskforce of Eclipse Agents to secretly train and arm the rebels. The Corporatocracy hoped to stage a coup and overthrow the communist government, but in 1952 the war ended with Drushia splitting into two halfs: North Drushia and South Drushia. The war was, in the eyes of the Corporatocracy, a victory for the communists due to their failure to crush the communist state.