The Manic-Spanish Wars were a series of wars fought between the Manic Empire and the Spanish Empire over control of the Spanish mainland. Conflicts began in 1784 and ended in 1799, with most of mainland Spain under Manic Empire control. The First Manic-Spanish War (1784-1789) resulted in the annexation of Galicia (Gales), the Second Manic-Spanish War (1790) resulted in the annexation of Aragon (Argon), the Third Manic-Spanish War (1791-1794) resulted in the annexation of Castille (Castle) and Catalonia (Catalone), and the final Fourth Manic-Spanish War (1796-1799) resulted in the annexation of Gibraltar and Andalusia (Greater Gatsburg) and Valenica (the Vale).
The First Manic-Spanish WarEdit
In 1644, the Manic Empire had gained control over England and all of its possessions, including Southern Ireland and colonial land. After this event, the Manic Empire became much more aggressive and expansionist. However, in 1776, the Manic Empire released most of its holdings in North America, establishing Canada and the United States, but keeping Newfoundland. Lossing this land resulted in much anger in the Manic Empire against the Big Three, but they kept their power, and, in order to appease the power-hungry citizens of the Manic Empire, decided to invade Galicia.
The Manic Empire sent two large naval fleets to land troops in Galicia on 17 April 1784. The first landed in Vigo, the second landed on the northern coast by a forest-side. The two armies then, as quickly as possible, attempted to link together, but the Spanish sent large forces to halt the Manic advance. The armies would constantly attack each other, but all victories were met by counter-attacks. Eventually, during the White Peace, from 1786 to 1788, there was almost no battles. However, on 29 December 1788, the Manic Empire resumed its military campaign, as on Christmas Charles III of Spain died, but expansion was slow until the Battle of Lugo, on 24 June 1789, that the two armies met together, where they encircled and annihilated a huge Spanish army. This defeat devestated Spain and they were forced to pull out of Galicia, which became the Manic State of Gales.