About the second fire bringer war true they did join the fire bringer but they were no longer representative of harmonia(i'll replay the game to sure about this). So it really wasn't a victory for harmonia. Besides even if it what you said was true harmonia did not gain anything from the conflict even though they had to expend all those resources. So can you really call them winners?
About Shu, you make harmonia sound even weaker. If Shu really did only the absolute minimum to get harmonia to focus away from Higheast how much more if Shu preformed to his fullest capacity? As for what you said about it being merely some border skirmish or just messing with land lords that shows either the incompetence of Harmonia(they have millions of troops and yet they retreat becouse of some border skirmish?)or there fear that they could lose another part of there kingdom and how ill prepared they are for war.
Felenan Prince wrote:Just to point out Albert silverburg would not be serving Harmonia(he did betray them after all and i think it was stated he served a county on the western continent.) Also even if they fought the Howling Voice Guild it would not make that much of a difference after all its a relitively small group.
Albert is from the famous Silverberg line of strategists and lives up to the name. He excelled in his class while studying in Harmonia; his philisophy starts to become like that of Leon, his grandfather, and he attains a high position in the Harmonian Army. This is not enough for him, and he helps Luc and the Destroyers in their quest as it will help him in his goal to get a higher position in the Harmonian hierarchy. He is rumored to also work for a country on another continent while working for Harmonia.
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