The Queen of Louisiana gives a sigh of relief as news that her armies were victorious. It must be a stroke of luck against the odds drawn against her Kingdom. This successful battle probably saved the future of the Kingdom.
The Battle of Missouri was a bloody affair. The Louisianan Royal Army also had fought fanatically to preserve the Kingdom. The successful invasion puts Louisiana in a far better position to claim East Oklahoma back.
Louisiana: 1 army
Mississippi: 2 armies, building an extra army in Mississippi.
Texas: 0 army
Arkansas: 0 army
Missouri: 3 armies?
Using this turn to build an army in Mississippi
The Louisianan Royal Court is filled with throngs of people in the Palace halls. War leaders are gathered around Queen Grace, overseeing a map of the MCR territories and East Oklahoma... The stunning victory is announced in the chamber, much to Queen Grace's relief, as the courtiers cheer on the Louisianan Royal Army's success. There was much enthusiasm around the Palace about a Louisianan triumph.
David Burnham is standing in the hall with Queen Grace flocked, her war leaders and the diplomats of all lands gathered in the hall. The hall in the palace had a throne set up in the room temporarily where the Queen sits, smiling
"All our states hold significance to the Confederacy, but this land also holds historical significance to our Kingdom. We occupy Southern Louisiana with my Kingdom stretching far as the eye can see. The Mississippi River overflows with an abundance of joy, the river for every heart today, because the Battle of Missouri is proof that our soldiers will defend the Kingdom at all costs, and every heart and body in Louisiana supports the cause."
The Queen of Louisiana looks at the CSSA ambassador and contemplates his warning. Her soft eyes pierce the ambassador
"It is said there are Louisianans who sympathize with the CSSA cause. The Kingdom of Louisiana is one giant household, like one hive, with the whole state resides in my royal person. Those rebels who try to separate the public interest from my person, like Bossuet acclaims, are worthy of death..."
Queen Grace turns her head
"But I am made for my people, and I am made to be loved; the whole Kingdom rejoices for me, as the Mississippi River flows propitious in my name. All people feel my embrace and love me. The Great Household that is Louisiana doesn't know politics like the rest of the world. All are made kin as in royal virtue, like one large family, where they work in coordination with the body-politic of my royal state, all of embodied in my person... There is no right and there is no left. Only the unity of this household."
A portrait of Louis XIV is in the hall nearby, like was spread all across the Kingdom to legitimize the royal state. Everywhere, to David Burnham's shock, as the Queen of Louisiana almost pretty much claims to be the reincarnation... Music fills the halls with majesty of the Queen of Louisiana... As royal courtiers convene to discuss the matter with David Burnham, they suggest that the CSSA consider making its amends to Royal Louisiana... After all, Louisiana is a southern kingdom and feels the pertinence of the southern cause... Being all southerners themselves, the Louisianan courtiers open a different avenue
DIPLOMATIC OFFER TO CSSA (SOUTH)
Royal Louisiana will recognize the CSSA claim to Virginia and form a bond of southern solidarity. The Kingdom of Louisiana claims to also be aligned with the southern cause and the Queen of Louisiana gives her heart to the CSSA in their struggle against those who oppose the South. As Royal Louisiana is the eldest daughter of the South!
We also re-assure CSSA (South) that Royal Louisiana does not seek war and has no interest to ever invade them.