The War in Olfros, commonly referred to as the Civil War of Olfros and the Great Olfriti Fray, was a large-scale war against the communist-turned Olfros regime by rebels from 1992 to 2002.
Years of small firefights, acts of terror, and sabotage by the Olfriti Recalcitrance Movement against the communist government of Olfros finally escalated to a largescale battle in 1992, regarding an Olfriti military installation outside of the large oil-producing city of Djabotu. The rebels successfully captured the military base and made use of the weaponry and supplies, declaring that the city had been liberated and sparking the War in Olfros. This sudden action caught the attention of the Aphroid Anti-Communist League, and a legion was immediately sent, with smuggled weapons and supplies. Meanwhile, the communist government of Jelunia financially supplied the Olfros regime as well as backed it with military manpower. In 1995, Jelunia's government was overthrown by a military coup, and so their support and aid to the regime subsequently ceased. The war took a sudden turn after Jelunia's withdrawal, with the rebellion capturing a web of cities near the southeast of Olfros, immediately inspiring the contiguous nation of Zenesia to aid them in the war against communist Olfros, as well as to spite its adversary, Watanda. Domi Concordia also aided the rebels, secretly supplying them with highly volatile, military-grade weaponry as well as information and strategy plans from Concordian black operations in Olfros. Several more years of the war passed, when the defeat of the regime became recognized: In 1999, the capital of Olfros, Yongu, fell to the Recalcitrance. Most of the members of the communist regime were captured, and consequently executed publicly. Loyalists and communists tried to keep the war going, but in 2000 most of all opposition had been snuffed.