Seven Years War in Faeland

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The Seven Years' War in Faeland was fought primarily between Britain and France for possession of colonies on the island, with both sides supported by various local allies and mercenaries. The conflict was a theater of the larger, worldwide Seven Years' War involving most of the great powers of Europe between 1756 and 1763 as well as their empires and territories.

In 1756, the war escalated from a European affair into a world-wide conflict. In Europe, there is no specific name for the Faelish part of the war.


Young Faelish soldier-turned-artist Richard Sharpe painted several small landscapes showing the British and French forces at war on the island.