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The Great War was the first, bloodiest, longest, most destructive and otherwise worst war on Pulasia.

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     The Great War began when a Red Fox (Ferae Federation) killed and ate a European Rabbit (Rodent-Rabbit Republic).  The Federation refused to apologize, causing a large number of Rodent-Rabbit members to kill various Ferae in revenge.  The Ferae demanded strict penalties for those; the Republic refused and instead gave out rewards.

     The eventual result of the crisis was that two camps formed.  One supported the Republic and consisted of the Republic itself, the Afrotherian Anarchy, the Primate Principality, the Turtle Tyranny, the Perissodactyl Place and the Artiodactyl Association.  The other supported the Federation and, not counting the Federation itself, consisted of the Crocodile Conclave, the Amphibian Alliance, the Dinosaur Dominion, the Bat Band and the Squamate Superiority.

     By 100 AB, the Societies realized the war was a waste of lives and decreased the Dominance of everybody involved.  Despite this, the disorganized nature of the Societies meant that the wars would continue since there was little means of stopping them: the Societies served only a role of guidance.

     In 131 AB, the Barbary Macaque was completely exterminated.  The Republic supporters rallied around this sign, while Federation supporters shrank in numbers.  The end of the Barbary Macaque triggered the destruction of five Federation-supporting species: the Olm, the Nathusius's Pipistrelle, the Winter Wren, the Cinereous Vulture and the White-throated Needletail.  All of these were extinct by 169 AB, which was when the local leaders of the Societies met on Sicily.  They came to a conclusion to outlaw the war, which they did on Sicily.  This peace spread to the mainland, and by 182 AB Europe and North Africa were fully at peace.  The war, however, took on a new life in 185 AB, when an expedition of Republic citizens was ambushed by the Band.  The claimed aim was to take the goods; some rabbits died, however, again triggering an outbreak of war.  Spain, where the incident occured, was soon out of control.  Fortunately the war did not spread much, and in 206 AB it finally had killed enough animals that the populace lost the will to fight.  In 212 AB a peace treaty was formally signed, and the Great War was outlawed in all of Pulasia.

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