ic reinforcements arrive, but the Mossi people gave an accurate answer: they agreed to the proposal to increase weapons and equipment for the expeditionary force.
It was obvious that their war bonds were selling well. Otherwise, Hudson’s plan to form a cavalry corps in the expeditionary force would have been impossible to pass.
A guest army is a guest army after all. Even if everyone is fighting together now, they will go their separate ways once the war is over.
People risked their lives and came over to help fight the war. You can’t get the weapons and equipment you gave away back, right?
If such an unethical thing gets off to a bad start, who will come to help if trouble occurs in the future?
Of course, the Moxi people’s sudden generosity probably included the reward for the last incident.
Equivalent exchange is popular in the aristocratic world. The plan given by Hudson is reliable and has achieved initial results, so it will naturally be rewarded accordingly.
The only regret is that all the promises are just promises now. It will take quite a while to implement it concretely.
Peaceful days are always short-lived, and the news that the Principality of Alton was being poisoned by orcs quickly spread.
A principality did not even put up a decent resistance, and was directly torn apart by the orc army. Hudson was unable to complain.
Perhaps this is the price of “putting the weapons in the warehouse and letting the horses go to the south”. A comfortable and comfortable environment always makes people relax their vigilance.
It would be another story if the country had mobilized early instead of relying on the Principality of Moxi for its own safety.
The accident in the Principality of Auton also affected the expeditionary force. The destruction of the country and the family was imminent, and the officers and soldiers of Auton in the expeditionary force were panic-stricken.
It’s useless no matter how much you panic. Water from afar cannot quench your thirst nearby. What’s more, facing the main force of the orcs, even if they pull the expeditionary army up, they will still be beaten.
Originally wanting to appease the morale of the troops, in the end Hudson chose to let things take their own course. This is also a silent test.
A capable officer will solve the morale problem of his troops by himself, instead of just annoying him as the commander-in-chief with problems.
In a sense, the tragedy of the Principality of Oton is also an opportunity for Hudson.
In a world where knowledge is highly monopolized, almost all talents are concentrated within the ruling group. Only when the country is destroyed and the family is destroyed will there be an overflow of talents.
In the past, there was little hope of poaching, but there is a possibility that the homeless Orton nobles in the expeditionary army could be subdued.
It depends on how the situation develops. With the Principality of Moxi and the Kingdom of Warhammer blocking the front, the land of the Principality of Alton is no longer considered a frontline. Th