Vlaška, West Servia —Our allies were forced to evacuate the frontier near the town of Vlaška, located ca. 19 miles south from the river Danube, after three major underground bunker complexes were destroyed almost simultaneously by huge explosive missiles that had been launched towards them by dark, tower-like catapult devices that had already been raising lots of questions during the night, during which these colossal towers had slowly been transported closer to the front. The explosions also left behind huge pillars of orange smoke that are most likely some form of poisonous gas. As of now, aerial units on all frontiers are given instructions to keep an eye out for such doom towers.
Professor Rory Guthrie from Oxford University, specializing in chemical sciences and physics, notes that to create such a powerful impact and wide radius with explosives fitted into a missile would incline usage of some explosive material unheard of in the UK. The concrete bunkers were supported with metal cages, but the usage of a high trajectory and heavy missiles may explain the breach of the ground floor. There is still no information about the effects of the gas, but the aerial surveillance units scanning the area from a distance have reported that for some reason the Turks have not yet moved on with siege units, and there have also been reports of some unidentified animals in the area.
The possibility of a new kind of warfare with poisonous weapons has not been taken lightly by the government, and tomorrow the council of the Royal Nations will be having an emergency meeting in Paris with top scientists and engineers from all around Europe.