Battle of Anley
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Anley was the site of a battle that took place in the year 1011/6, between the kingdoms of Elyria and Serathyr during the War of the Fallen Crown


Elyria was aided by a large army from Rennsfar, and Serathyr was aided by a large army from Cyrendar. The battle was very costly with three days of charges, counter-charges and a series of frenzied melees. Neither side was able to achieve a victory, so the battle became a bloody stalemate, with over 30,000 slain on both sides.

The battle did bring the terrible War of the Fallen Crown to an end. Anley was the largest and bloodiest battle during that terrible conflict.

Anley is sometimes called the "Field of Three Fallen Crowns" because three seperate monarchs were slain in this battle: King Durand of Serathyr, King Corvin II of Elyria, and King Istavar III of Cyrendar.