Dragon War Now that Angel Island has concluded its drama, will the Dragon Kingdom follow? The Raiju, 11 armies strong, make their move first, seeking to repel the DK forces. 10-3 means a solid victory! With 1 loss and 2 victories, the Raiju take one of the DK's provinces. So far it's 3 DK losses and 1 Raiju, with the Raiju gaining 2 provinces. The Raiju soon lose 2 armies, and the DK 1. 2 final armies are burnt to a crisp by the Free People's Army. The Yagyu, ever confident, move fast, even if they are at a -3 disadvantage. 2 Yagyu armies and 1 DK are destroyed. 3 More Yagyu Armies perish immediately afterward. 3 more die after that, eliminating all but one Yagyu force in the Dragon Kingdom. Ken Khan, now fighting on the front to keep himself occupied, shows up and offers the batfaces a chance to surrender. They refuse, and with his atom bat, he strikes the Yagyu down. Reasoning peace to be more profitable, the Yagyu drop out of the war at last. There are celebrations, but they will be short-lived; the Raiju must be destroyed first. With that, Khan turns his full attention to Lightning Lynx. 4 armies are lost defeating a 2-army Raiju force. 5 armies soon take out 5 provinces. Soon only one army - the Groom of Conquering Storm's personal guard - is left. Ken challenges Lightning to a duel, with the winner determining the fate of the war! 8 2 Lightning is soundly defeated by the Chaos Controlled leader, apparently not having learned his lesson from the duel he lost against his last opponent. Defeated, Lightning nonetheless states the Raiju value Honor as much as Valor and Strength. He honors the agreement, and the War ends at last. The Raiju have been reduced to 23 provinces and 0 armies. The Yagyu have 25 provinces and 18 armies. Meanwhile, the Dragon Kingdom has expanded to 60 provinces and 22 armies. Given time to rebuild, it will become a superpower.