Picture the scene. Two world powers are lining up against each other, troop against troop, tank against tank. One of the two is preparing itself, arming its weaponry and equipping its arsenal to launch a deadly attack against its great rival.
And what's said rival doing? It's sitting around, threading dandelions through its hair.
Can you imagine? Can you see any of the wars in the last thousand years or so operating in this way? Such tactics would surely have led to the deaths of millions, leaving blood on the hands of the generals who ordered them. Yet, the very principle behind this kind of combat – each side taking turns to make a move, rather than just simply thrashing at it at the same time – are the foundations Furiae is built upon.