Qvaitican War
Part of the Qvaitican Odyssey
Date September 14, 2013–present
Location Qvaitican continent
Status Ongoing
South Qvait
North Qvait
Commanders and leaders
Qvaitican Flag 3 Johnathon Victor
Qvaitican Flag 3 Victor Cutter
Afsharid Imperial Standard (3 Stripes) Vladimir Cazovich
Qvaitican Flag (communist) Dmitri Izmaylov
Qvaitican Flag (communist) Sergey Blaznov
Units involved
Qvaitican Defense Forces
CDR Army
Qvaitican Socialist Forces

The Qvaitican War is an ongoing conflict between the Second Arctic Republic of Qvait and the Socialist States of the Qvaitican Republic. The cause of the war is implied to the June assassination of Arctic Republic President MacArthur Knight.


Main article: Timeline of the Qvaitican War


South Qvaitican invasionEdit

Northwestern ConquestEdit

Main article: Northwestern Conquest

On September 14, 2013, the Qvaitican Defense Forces began physical aid for North Qvaitican rebels. This occurred after the Unicy conflict of September 12, when the rebels attempted to conquer the capital of North Qvait. The physical aid was given to the North Qvaitican rebels as a result of the issuing of Order 42 from the President of South Qvait, Johnathon Victor. Order 42 was recommended to Victor on September 13 by the Secretary of Defense, Victor Cutter.

In the night of October 3, the North Qvaitican province of Bolivar became wholly occupied by the Arctic Republic and the North Qvaitican rebellion. The day before, Victor Cutter made it clear in a speech that the prime objective of the war was regime change and not annexation.

Massacre of the TwelfthEdit

Main article: Massacre of the Twelfth

On October 5, sixteen southern soldiers were ambushed in Izmagrad by communist guerrillas and murdered. This triggered the systematic bombing of communist hotspots. On October 8, the rebellion made their advancement back to the communist capital. Meanwhile, the QDF stretched control alongside the border.

Armistice propositionEdit

By October 12, rebel advancement towards Unicy was halted after the Battle of Kazangrad, in a decisive communist victory. Simultaneously, the QDF seized Tácon in a decisive victory against the Socialist Forces.

On October 15, more than one-hundred battles became indecisive, with the death total rising. Unable to continue, ARQ President Victor proposed a cease-fire armistice, much to the liking of the people of South Qvait. Izmaylov and Victor were to meet on October 19 in an undisclosed setting.

Gargulio eventEdit

One day before the planned armistice meeting, a nuclear bomb was detonated in the North Qvaitican city of Gargulio on October 18. However, in undisclosed documents, the bomb that was detonated was stolen from a QDF military base on August 9. An international incident, the communist government of the North declared a continuation of war.