The Tegea offensive quickly peters out for Ingolfur and the Swedes will retake it immediately. The Viking reforms his army in the Low Countries, eager to harrow the retaken Berlin and defend the latest flashpoint at Hamburg. Meanwhile, the Swedes seem more eager to pounce on the aforementioned Tegea and the once safe Munich!
It's amazing how much this conflict shifts, with hot spots moving north to south, the lines bulging and bowing east to west. While lasting progress has been scarce, this may be the most dynamic, competitive and compelling theater across the combined history of the CBRs, the exact opposite of the Vietnam/Sibir stalemate of a thousand years or the many rapid steamrolls we've seen.