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Operation Fallen Falconess: Damage Report

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In the Name of His Imperial and Royal Majesty Harald Freyjugjöf the Generous Giver of the House of the Descendants of Freyja, of the Ancient Blood of Long Lost Valtia and of the Most Sacred Blood of the Lady of the Vanir before that, Sacred Consort of the Most Gracious and Most Generous Ladies Divine Frigga, Freyja and Idunn, by Conquest, Popular Acclamation and the Indulgence of the said Fulltrui and Sacred Queens, High King of Stormark, Sovereign Lord on all Continents;

By the Word of Her Royal Highness Unna of Skálavík of the House of Vanadís, Bloodroyal and Ærkejarla of Freyja's Necklace, Royal Chieftainess of Skálavík, Lady Warden of the Army and the Fleets, Grand Master of Archers of the Longship of State, Seneschal of the Swords, Guardian of the Hall of Freyja;

Operation Fallen Falconess
Damage Report

On the Twelfth Day of Muulantooqu in the Year 1647 the guided missile destroyer HKMS Vestsjælland (DDG20), which is part of the Humlebæk Island Flotilla, fired, in accordance with the Imperial Proclamation of the Twenty-Third Day of the Month Sokkvabekk in the Sixteenth Year of the Second Viking Age On the Fallen Falconess, 23 Gungnir IV cruise missiles with thermobaric warheads at three targets in Walstadt, to wit: the Youth Boarding School of Walstadt, House Walstadt, and Walstadt's whaling harbour.

Target No. 1: The Youth Boarding School of Walstadt
A pair of Gungnir IV cruise missiles with thermobaric warheads were fired at the Youth Boarding School of Walstadt. This Natopia-wide hated symbol of the ways of Walstadt on the Hill of Chilly Winds was by the inferno caused by the exploding cruise missiles completely laid to waste, leaving only scant charred remains.

Target No. 2: House Walstadt
House Walstadt in the inner city of Walstadt was at the receiving end of a flight of three Gungnir IV cruise missiles which all hit home, doing their devastating work. Needless to say that the demolition permit the House's curator was seeking to obtain in order to take certain decrepit annexes of the House down is no longer required.

Target No. 3: Walstadt's Whaling Harbour
A swarm of eighteen Gungnir IV cruise missiles came down on Walstadt's whaling harbour, targetting the cross-dock trading goods warehouse, fuel tanks, ammunition depots, the harbour office, the five coastal artillery batteries, the quay for trading ships, the piers for the fishing and whaling fleet, the fish auction, and berths for the harbour pilots and coast guard.

Walstadt's five coastal artillery batteries were all put out of business. The bulk of the buildings in the whaling harbour has either been reduced to smoldring ruins or heavily damaged. Many a fishing vessel, coast guard ship and whaler was sunk or severely damaged. The entrance to the whaling harbour is blocked by debris and ship wrecks.

Given at the Hall of Freyja in the Vanadísarhall on Hnossa Isle in the Imperial City of Haraldsborg in the Imperial Jarldom of Gularike, under my Hand and the Seal of the Lady Warden of the Army and the Fleets, on the Seventh Day of the Month Thrymheim in the Sixteenth Year of the Second Viking Age in the Second Epoch of the High Realm.






The Lady Warden of the Army and the Fleets,



Unna af Skálavík, Herfóringja Heríns og Flótanna

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