Dispatches from the Front line of the Memor-e war
Our combined forces were losing ground fast as the enemy had managed to infiltrate our ranks. Our commander had dug deep into the reserves and had managed to stem the advance with the remembrance of music past. It would not hold long.
The O/O switch was lost to us long ago and without access to this, our forces were losing this war.
I write this from a rear echelon position, watching the casualty reports fly in as barrier after barrier fall to the enemy. I can’t even find solace in my fellow soldiers anymore.