When a battle or conflict is going on, it rarely has a title assigned to it. But afterwards, or when being referred to later it does. This may reflect the size of it, like World War II, or be related to the nature of it, such as the War of independence. Whatever the reason, giving conflicts a name helps to make them feel more real later and a good reference point for those involved.

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1 , Annabel Thorngage the halfing’s Unrest .
2 , Bahara Puktuhan’s Insurgence .
3 , Song P’ang’s Battle .
4 , The 4-Months Conflict.
5 , The 4-Months War.
6 , The 5-Days Crusade.
7 , The 6-Months Insurrection.
8 , The 9-Hours Insurrection.
9 , The Battle at Kwetzatl.
10 , The Campaign at Logrid.
11 , The Clash of the 900 Troglodytes.
12 , The Construct’s Conflict at Salapos.
13 , The Dispute at Salapos.
14 , The Dragoon’s Meeting.
15 , The Dwarven Challenge.
16 , The Raider’s Fight.
17 , The Revolt at Hardin.
18 , The Riot of the 200 Ogres.
19 , The Skirmish of the 800 Deep Halflings.
20 , Uranevana Stoneheart the gnome’s Conflict .



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