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Swahili Conquest of Zimbabwe (1636-1640)Edit

1636Edit

  • Pre-War Stage
    • Swahili(Attacking)
      • Result:48.296
        • Population: 5,324,000=21.296
        • Government:Absolute Monarchy+7
        • Technology:Tier 3+10
        • Economy:Tier 3+10
    • Zimbabwe (Defending)
      • Result:19
        • Population: 1,500,000=6
        • Government:Feudal Monarchy+5
        • Technology:Tier 2 +5
        • Economy:Tier 1 +3
  • Battle Stage
    • Battle of the Pass of Degme
      • Swahili (Attacking):9.6
        • Army Size: 45,000 unprofessional soldiers, 5000 professional soldiers (Royal Guards and Mountain Guards):15.6
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Hostile Mountains -3
        • Great General: 0
        • Blunder:-3
      • Zimbabwe (Defending):9.51
        • Army Size:11000 unprofessional soldiers, 500 professional soldiers (Royal Guards):3.51
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Friendly Mountains: +7
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-1
      • Results
        • Swahili=9.6+48.926=58.526
        • Zimbabwe=19+9.45=28.51
        • 205%, Tier 1 Victory
        • 15% casualty and 11000*0.9*0.15+11000*0.1*0.15*1.3+500*0.9*0.15*0.5+500*0.1*0.15=1741 Zimbabwe men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers.
        • 5% of casualties for Swahili due to more than 25,000 men.
        • 45000*0.95*0.05+45000*0.05*0.05*1.3+5000*0.95*0.05*0.5+5000*0.05*0.05=2415 Swahili men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers.
        • Swahili soldiers capture the Pass of Degme and advances into Zimbabwe

1637Edit

  • Battle Stage
    • Battle of Hagala
      • Swahili(Attacking):11.7
        • Army Size:42,716 unprofessional soldiers, 4,869 professional soldiers (Royal Guards and Mountain Guards):14.7
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Plains: 0
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-3
      • Zimbabwe (Defending):1
        • Army Size: 9300 unprofessional soldiers, 459 professional soldiers (Royal Guards):3
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Plains
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-2
      • Results
        • Swahili=11.7+48.926=60.626
        • Zimbabwe=19+1=20
        • 303%, Tier 2 Victory
        • 30% casualty and 9300*0.9*0.3+9300*0.1*0.3*1.3+459*0.9*0.3*0.5+459*0.1*0.3=2949 Zimbabwe men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers.
        • 3% of casualties for Swahili due to more than 25,000 men.
        • 42716*0.95*0.03+42716*0.05*0.03*1.3+4869*0.95*0.03*0.5+4869*0.03*0.05=1377 Swahili men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers.
        • Swahili soldiers capture the plains, shatters the Zimbabwe Army and march on to the capital of Zvongombe.

1638Edit

  • Battle Stage
    • Siege of Zvongombe First Year
      • Swahili(Attacking):5.4
        • Army Size:41,415 unprofessional soldiers, 4,792 professional soldiers (Royal Guards and Mountain Guards):14.4
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Assaulting Capital:-8
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-1
      • Zimbabwe (Defending):13
        • Army Size: 6,426 unprofessional soldiers, 383 professional soldiers (Royal Guards):2
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Defending Capital:+12
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-1
      • Results
        • Swahili=5.4+48.926=54.326
        • Zimbabwe=19+13=32
        • 169%, Tier 0 Victory
        • 5% casualty and 6,426*0.9*0.05+6,426*0.1*0.05*1.3+383*0.9*0.05*0.5+383*0.1*0.05=341 Zimbabwe men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers.
        • 2.5% of casualties for Swahili due to more than 25,000 men.
        • 41,415*0.95*0.025+41,415*0.05*0.025*1.3+4,792*0.95*0.025*0.5+4,792*0.025*0.05=1113
        • Swahili men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers. Swahili continue the siege of Zvongombe

1639Edit

  • Battle Stage
    • Siege of Zvongombe Second Year
      • Swahili(Attacking):5.1
        • Army Size:40,364 unprofessional soldiers, 4,729 professional soldiers (Royal Guards and Mountain Guards):14.1
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Assaulting Capital:-8
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-1
      • Zimbabwe (Defending):13
        • Army Size: 6,095 unprofessional soldiers, 372 professional soldiers (Royal Guards):2
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Defending Capital:+12
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-1
      • Results
        • Swahili=5.1+48.926=54.026
        • Zimbabwe=19+13=32
        • 169%, Tier 0 Victory
        • 5% casualty and 6,095*0.9*0.05+6,095*0.1*0.05*1.3+372*0.9*0.05*0.5+372*0.1*0.05=324 Zimbabwe men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers.
        • 2.5% of casualties for Swahili due to more than 25,000 men.
        • 40,364*0.95*0.025+40,364*0.05*0.025*1.3+4,729*0.95*0.025*0.5+4,729*0.025*0.05=1086 Swahili men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers.
        • Swahili continue the siege of Zvongombe

1640Edit

  • Battle Stage
    • Siege of Zvongombe Third Year
      • Swahili(Attacking):4.8
        • Army Size:39,340 unprofessional soldiers, 4,667 professional soldiers (Royal Guards and Mountain Guards):13.8
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Assaulting Capital:-8
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-1
      • Zimbabwe (Defending):12.9
        • Army Size: 5,781 unprofessional soldiers, 362 professional soldiers (Royal Guards):1.9
        • Navy Size: N/A
        • Location: Defending Capital:+12
        • Great General:0
        • Blunder:-1
      • Results
        • Swahili=4.8+48.926=53.726
        • Zimbabwe=19+13=31.9
        • 168%, Tier 0 Victory
        • 5% casualty and 5,781*0.9*0.05+5,781*0.1*0.05*1.3+362*0.9*0.05*0.5+362*0.1*0.05=308 Zimbabwe men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers.
        • 2.5% of casualties for Swahili due to more than 25,000 men.
        • 39,340*0.95*0.025+39,340*0.05*0.025*1.3+4,667*0.95*0.025*0.5+4,667*0.025*0.05=1060 Swahili men lost on account of professional and unprofessional soldiers. 
        • 169+169+168=506>500
        • Zimbabwe Garrison surrenders after starvation and destruction in the city

Results Whole WarEdit

  • After five years of brutal battles and attrition, Swahili forces capture Zvongombe and conquer Swahili. Zvongombe is burnt to the group and the administrative center of Zimbabwe, now integrated with Sofala, is relocated to Great Zimbabwe, now renamed Aliwa after the unifier of the Swahili cities.

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