French bayonet charge

French strike in The First Worldly Wye

The First World Wye or World Wye One (Mean English: First World War or World War One) was a worldwide wye held mostly in Europe, the Middle East, and in the African and Asian settlings, and was fought between the Gathered lands and the Samened lands. The wye began in 1914 when Eastric-Ungarland swore wye against Serbland and was to last until 1918. Most of the wye happened on two wyesteads, the Western Wyestead and the Eastern Wyestead. More than 8 micklered wyemen were killed, and thousand-thousands more of other folk were killed as well. Won by the Gathered ethels in the Bloodmonth of 1918, the wye and its aftermath would come to shape much of the following fifty years in mootsmanship leading forthrightly to the the widespread drawing over of Evelandish lands and the making of the Land Fellowship, and unforthrightly to the end of 19th yearhundred overlordship and the setting that would endsomely lead to The Twith World Wye, which is in itself often believed to be an onrunnng of WWI.

Overlook Edit

By the year of the wye's outbreak, 1914, Evelandish lands had made an unwieldy, sprawling network of hidden runings amongst themselves so as to ward themselves from each other. This unwieldy network made it hard for any one land to strike out at another without backlash from other ethels. In other words, the smiting land would be struck by all the other lands in a hidden runing with the stricken land, making the setting highly threatening.

The wyebegan as Austria-Hungary swore wye on and struck Serbland on Afterlithe 28th, 1914, after the shooting of Franz Ferdinand, the main man who was to be bequeathed the throne of Austria Hungary. Russland, to be true to her word, began to outfit and beweapon her landferd within a few months so as to strike Austria. Theechland upheld Austria-Hungary's deeds and she also reened her landfird, and soon undertook a forestrike against Frankric. However, Theechland's smiting would have to fare through Belgland, a land that had not yet taken any side in the wye. This would not have been worrying had Belgland had no one to ward her, but the Foroned Kingdom had already bound herself to do just this lest such a strike should befall Belgland. This meant that when Theechland at last struck Frankrike through Belgland, the Banded Kingdom would therewith swear wye on Theechland.

Samened Lands Gathered Lands
Dutch Kyserdom Frankric
Eastric-Ungarland Foroned Kingdom
Ottomanish Kyserdom Russish Kyserdom
Bulgarland Italy
Banded Folkdoms of Americksland

In the Eastern Front, Russland struck Theechland in East Prussia at the Tannenburg and the Masurian Lakes, but both strikes were driven back by the Theechlish hera, under Hindenburg Lundendorff. Though Russland's wyemen also at first went deep into the Eastrickish great shire of Galicia, the Theech win in East Prussia freed up enough Theech wyemen to help the Austrian-Hungarian landfird overcome the Russish wyemen. In the Balkans, the banded landfirds of Bulgarland (who had fayed with the "Middle" lands in 1915), Austria-Hungary, and Theechland at last overwhelmed the Serbish wyemen and took their land. Also in 1915, the Ottomanish Kyserdom banded with the "Middle" lands, and began to fight against the British in Irak, the Holy Land, and in the land of today's Turkland lies. The most well-known struggle that happened in the Ottoman Kyserdom's land was the Struggle of Gallipoli.

Italy banded with the Gathertang ethels in 1915, wanting to take back swathes that she thought were rightfully hers. However, the wye on the Italian Wyedeal was to be badly undertaken and there were many losses on both sides. The lack of land and winyields gained for Italy at the end of World Wye One would become a big spur towards its banding with Theechland in The Second Worldly Wye.

On the Western Wyedeal, Theechland overran Belgland and fared well into Frankrike until the Marne rith, only 43 miles from the Frankish headtown of Paris, in the Sheddingmonth of 1914. However, in a mighty comeback, the Frankish and British harmen pushed back the Theechlanders to the stead where the three landfirds would fight for the next three years in bloody ditch wyefare. Some outstanding struggles and clashes that happened along this wyestead were the Struggle of the Somme, the Struggle of Verdun, the Clashes of Ypres, the Second Struggle of the Aisne, the First Struggle of the Marne, and the Last Theech Spring Strike of 1918.

In 1917, the Banded Folkdoms of Americksland sided with the Gathertang athels, and gave them fresh wyemen for the fight. John J. Pershing, the headman of the Americkish harmen, landed in Frankrike at the end of 1917, and lead his men alongside the Frankish heratowers Ferdinand Foch and the British Douglas Haig (headman of the British Outfare Dright.) The banded Landfirds at last overcame the Theech Landfirds and Theechland yielded on the 11th of Bloodmonth, 1918.

Aftermath and Outcomes Edit

After the formealing to end fighting in an ironroad wain, an endful frith was made by all leaders of the sigoring lands in the wye in the Hall of Glasses in Versailles. The onlays for frith were heavy on Theechland, putting the chide on her, lowering the scoreworth of wyemen thaved, and making her toll in full for edbuilding. The Russian, Theech, Ottoman, and Austo-Hungarian Kyserdoms fell asunder after WW1, and were cleft into many shedded lands by the winning ethels. Also, the strength of Europish lands waned somewhat after the wye, though the true ending of her overlord strength would be in the aftermath of The Second Worldly Wye.