Aug 21st, 1951
With the arrival of Mongol massive fleet off the Chilean coast, it is time to get some new battles rolling!
Luvsanshara (Head of Gov/Foreign Minister): Finally, it is time to ensure the last vestige of civilization in the South American continent to bow to our ancestor of Khans! War on Chile and Argentina!!
Grand Admiral Luvsan (Fleet of KHAN): My chance to score big against the Chilean navy!
Grand Admiral Pryselov (Carrier Fleet of Khagans): No way! The glory shall be all mine!
By the next hour, the front lines erupted! Mongol war machinery opened up all along the northern border of Chile and Argentina! The battle down the Andes continues!
The Mongol navies meanwhile can’t wait to get some piece of the action!
Grand Admiral Pryselov (Carrier Fleet of Khagans): Haha! While you wait for the Chilean warships to come out of port, I gonna strike them first and sink them all leaving nothing for you!
Grand Admiral Luvsan (Fleet of KHAN): Hey! That is unfair! My battleships potential must be utilized!
Grand Admiral Pryselov (Carrier Fleet of Khagans): Haha!! Too late, my carrier based bombers are already flying enroute to the Port of Santiago!
The Chilean naval base was pounded revealing a fleet of 36 ships including one battleship and a several cruisers. However to Pryselov’s surprise, his carrier’s organizational levels drops dramatically as his 6 aircraft carrier divisions engages the entire Argentinean fleet, the naval base and the airbase defenses.
Haidav (Chief of Navy): Pull out you nut! You gonna cost me my carrier fleet! MINE!! With the carrier fleet weakened, the Fleet of KHAN may be vulnerable to Halsey’s fleet! We gotta fight united!
Grand Admiral Pryselov (Carrier Fleet of Khagans): ***sulk***
The Mongol carrier have to retreat to Lima port to refit only after one destroyer sunk as some of the carrier ship’s readiness drops to less than 10% leaving the Fleet of KHAN alone for all the possible glories of the upcoming battle!
Grand Admiral Luvsan (Fleet of KHAN): Muahahaaaa! Now I have the last laugh!
Aug 27th, 1951
For the first time, Mongol super heavy battleships participated in a naval bombardment support in the battle for Santiago!
Grand Admiral Luvsan (Fleet of KHAN): Feel the power of naval artillery!! You pathetic are playing with 6” artillery whereas I USE 18” guns!!! Three times your caliber!
The super heavy battleships of Khan opened up, blowing craters on the Chilean defensive positions! Entire platoons are thrown up into the air as masses of earth and chunks of land are spewed into the skies by the explosive impact of MKS Kublai Khan and her sister ships firepower!!
Shore bombardment firepower cut Chilean defenses by -25%, negating entirely their +25% defensive bonus from the mountains…. It simply means Mongol 18.1” guns blow off the mountains to kingdom come!!!
Choybalsan (Chief of Army): This insanity! Our naval guns could flatten entire mountains!! No mountains are too small for us to shift!!
The terrifying guns of the Yamato ship quickly prompted shell-shocked Chile to offer peace which is rejected of course!
Sep 1st, 1951
Santiago fall to the amphibious assault of Mongol RRF! Panicked sailors of the Chilean navy under the command of Grand Admiral Motte du Portail fled out into the open sea from the port to escape capture! Unknowingly straight into the jaws of Khan!
Grand Admiral Luvsan (Fleet of KHAN): Just what I was hoping for! KhaaaaAAAAAAAAN!
With ferocity of a thousand wolves, the Mongol navy wait finally pays off with the opportunity to engage a massive enemy naval fleet! Two separate Chilean fleets met the Fleet of Khan off the coast. With main 18” gun superior range of 48km, it is way above the range of Chilean battleship flagship, BACH Almirante Latorre 14” guns.
Grand Admiral Motte du Portai: What is hitting us?!! From where from what?!!
The Chilean navy is soundly beaten and fled west wards towards the Pacific with the Fleet of KHAN is hot pursuit!
Chilean naval casualties from their first encounter with the Mongol Fleet of Khan already result with the loss of their flag ship battleship BACH Almirante Latorre, an old workhorse from WW1 but Chile’s priciest naval asset! As the biggest target… she is obviously targeted first! Her 9”armor belt is totally ineffective against a 18” round!
Sep 2nd, 1951
Formation Fighting Doctrine learnt to take care of American fighter presence in the skies as well as improving CAG performance.
Yanjmaa (Armaments): Next we will research h Basic Rocket Interceptor that will blow all aerial opposition away! Shall be worked on by no other than Messerschmitt with their advance rocketry knowledge.
Sep 4th, 1951
The chasing of the routed Grand Admiral Motte du Portail’s Chilean navy fleet continues into the high seas!
Grand Admiral Luvsan (Fleet of KHAN): They think they can outrun our superior designed ships! Foolish!
And in the second running battle, the gun range of the super heavy battle ships engages the enemy from over the horizon again! Another eight Chilean vessels went down. Portail then tried to head south to shake off the sea hordes but to no avail.
In the 3rd and final battle between Mongol and Chilean navies, Grand Admiral Portail’s fleet is entirely destroyed with himself in it!
Grand Admiral Luvsan (Fleet of KHAN): Three superb session of heavy duty action!! The Fleet of Khan has more than proven her worthiness! Now enemy naval fleet flees upon our sight! But we shall always seek out and still destroy them!
The kill list of Mongol battleships is absolutely impressive after the shoot-out with the Chilean navy! With zero losses, Mongol inflict absolute carnage to once Chilean sizeable navy of 37 ships! The Fleet of KHAN’s flagship MKS Kublai Khan sunk seven vessels alone including two heavy cruiser. This is certainly a Mongol naval triumph! Never have their navy achieve such momentous victory all within 4 days!