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November 6th - 8th 1914
Al-Faw Peninsula, Mesopotamia
This map features the Dreadnought as its Behemoth. The Dreadnought is potentially able to knock down portions of the fortress walls, but is vulnerable to torpedo bombers and torpedo boats which spawn in for either side.
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|Shatt al Arab Post||G|
British Empire DeploymentEdit
Ottoman Empire DeploymentEdit
Al Faw BatteryEdit
Shatt al Arab PostEdit
Fao Fortress is featured as the first map in Oil of Empires in Operations. The attackers are the British Empire making a beach landing, while the defenders are the Ottoman Empire trying to prevent the attackers from reaching the fortress.
British forces commence their attack by landing at the beach west of the fortress.
Ottoman forces retreat east as the British make their way through a village surrounded by marshland.
British forces advance to the fortress itself with the objective of capturing both the outer and inner courtyard, which would result in them taking over the beach and securing a landing point for more reinforcements before heading to the Suez Canal.
Domination takes place in Fao Fortress proper.
A: Fao GateEdit
B: Fao GalleriesEdit
C: Fao BastionEdit
- Despite the fact that the map takes place in 1914, tanks, airplanes and submachine guns are available. Additionally, British soldiers wear Brodie helmets, which were first issued in 1916.