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|title||POTCO - Top 10 Generals|
|published||September 5, 2012|
|description||The Greatest Generals on POTCO!
(Unfortunately, not all 10 would fit in the description) :(
(Description written by Myself - (Giovanni Dominica O'Malley/Hector Wildhayes), and Johnny Goldtimbers)
5.) Roger McBellows -- The founder of The Palladins, and The Palladin Empire; Mcbellows was one of the cruelest, and most vicious generals in POTCO history. Mcbellows bowed to no one, but at the same time, considered himself to be a Frenchman. When The Paradoxian War began in 1,742, McBellows was one of the few leaders that not only refused to submit to the incredible power of the reformed Spanish Empire, under King Phillipe V Clemente, but he also presented a challenge for Clemente. Though there is no evidence that he actually ever defeated Clemente, there were numerous recorded draws between Spain and The Palladins throughout The Paradoxian War. Had these draws not occurred, the outcome of the war might have been very different. Many consider McBellows to be the one who exterminated most of The Ranger lord's council in 1,703. This is undoubtedly the reason that Clemente hated McBellows and all of The Palladins with such a burning passion and acted against him first, at the beginning of The Paradoxian war.
4.) Augustine Clemente -- Better known as (Hippie); Augustine was the muscle of The Paradox during Spain's Golden Age. King Phillipe V Clemente instated him as Overlord of The Entire Spanish Army in 1,737, and under his orders, Augustine Clemente led Spain to countless victories against all of its enemies throughout The Paradoxian war. He is a public icon throughout POTCO, and is the man who struck a fear into the hearts of The EITC and The British that has yet to dissolve. Without him, the outcome of The Paradoxian War would not have been as near as much as in Spain's favor as it was. Though he was killed in 1,744, along with many other HCO's of The Spanish Empire, his legacy lives on not only throughout Spain, but throughout POTCO, and continues to influence thousands.
3.) Spartan Petalbee -- The Father of The Spanish Empire, Spartan Petalbee gave birth to some of the most world-renound men on POTCO; including, Johnny Goldtimbers, and Phillipe V Clemente. Spartan Petalbee built the foundation, that Phillipe V Clemente would later build up and create a legacy out of. Though his own son, Phillipe V Clemente in 1,701, threw him out of power many consider Spartan Petalbee and Phillipe V Clemente to be equal in almost every category of warfare.
2.) Francis Bluehawk -- The Legendary Conqueror of The French Empire, and The Founder of The Elite, Francis Brigade, Francis Bluehawk fought honorably, but fiercely. Phillipe V Clemente held a great respect for him, and considered him to be an equal. Though, in 1,705, Phillipe V Clemente finally brought down The Francis Brigade, Francis Bluehawk's legacy has shaped the course of history, and has greatly influenced many notorious general's fighting styles, including, Phillipe V Clemente's.
1.) Phillipe V Clemente -- More commonly known as Pearson Wright, Phillipe V Clemente is considered to be a Military Genius by Kings, Queens, and Warlords of every nation. With a staggering, 30 -- 1, Victory ratio, Phillipe V Clemente is undisputedly the greatest general on POTCO to have ever lived. Famous for the conquest of Spain, Portugal, France, Austria, Italy, Russia, The Ottoman Empire, Switzerland, Ireland, Denmark, and Sweden, Phillipe V Clemente's accomplishments triple those of all other Warlords combined. Seen by many as a Liberator, and a warrior of God, and by some as the virtual Anti-Christ himself, Phillipe V Clemente is the most controversial man on POTCO, which is one of the reasons why so much attention has been drawn to him over the years. Over 75 people participated in the vote for the greatest general on POTCO. Francis Bluehawk came in second place with 16, while, Phillipe, came in first, with 36, all anonymous, and kept away from each of the generals until the release of this video by Pearson Wright and myself.
(Pearson didn't choose the rankings for these people. There was a vote handed out by myself -(Hector Wildhayes), GM of Casa Di Royale. Remy, Johnny Goldtimbers, John Fatbeard, and myself put the General descriptions together. These are statistically the greatest generals of all time, on POTCO.)
We now reward Phillipe V Clemente with the title, that many have, but very few, deserve, with: "Phillipe The Great"!