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== History ==
 
== History ==
Once the Markovian soldiers decided on an all-out assault on Freeland, the A.S.A. began evacuating and started tying up loose ends. Agent Odell had Major Sara Grey locate the briefcase containing evidence of their wrongdoings. Jamillah Olsen attempts to report the situation but is gunned down by one of the Markovians. Their leader, Tyson Sykes, finds himself facing Black Lightning after defeating his daughter, Lightning. This then leads to Lightning getting abducted by his allies and forcing Black Lightning into a hasty retreat after being outmatched. A.S.A. Commander Carson Williams then murders Helga Jace, one of the few who knew of the agency's misdeeds, and tried to kill Lynn Stewart only to fail upon doing so. Lynn, using a temporary meta-human power, accidentally kills Williams after trying to reason with him. Grey contacts Lady Eve in order to garner a location on the briefcase. However, Lady Eve discovers that the A.S.A. are planning to bomb Freeland to prevent the Markovians from taking it and begins a shootout, leaving her critically wounded. Back at the Freeland Police Department, Bill Henderson is seen evacuating people to a safe location when more Markovians move in. Luckily, the tide turns when Lala and his allies defend Henderson and the police. Gardner Grayle and Erica Moran are seen in Garfield High School, which has seemingly been converted into a rescue shelter for the survivors.<ref>{{Ep|The Book of War: Chapter Three: Liberation}}</ref>
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Once the Markovian soldiers decided on an all-out assault on Freeland, the A.S.A. began evacuating and started tying up loose ends. Agent Odell had Major Sara Grey locate the briefcase containing evidence of their wrongdoings. Jamillah Olsen attempts to report the situation but is gunned down by one of the Markovians. Their leader, Tyson Sykes, finds himself facing Black Lightning after defeating his daughter, Lightning. This then leads to Lightning getting abducted by his allies and forcing Black Lightning into a hasty retreat after being outmatched. A.S.A. Commander Carson Williams then murders Helga Jace, one of the few who knew of the agency's misdeeds, and tried to kill Lynn Stewart only to fail upon doing so. Lynn, using a temporary meta-human power, accidentally kills Williams after trying to reason with him. Grey contacts Lady Eve in order to garner a location on the briefcase. However, Lady Eve discovers that the A.S.A. are planning to bomb Freeland to prevent the Markovians from taking it and begins a shootout, leaving her critically wounded. Back at the Freeland Police Department, Bill Henderson is seen evacuating people to a safe location when more Markovians move in. Luckily, the tide turns when Lala and his allies defend Henderson and the police. Gardner Grayle and Erica Moran are seen in Garfield High School, which has seemingly been converted into a rescue shelter for the survivors.<ref>{{Ep|The Book of War: Chapter Three: Liberation}}</ref>{{Section stub}}
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 18:47, March 11, 2020

The War for Freeland was an attempted invasion on Freeland by the Markovian military. Wishing to create a place for stable meta-humans to live, Markovia sent much of their military to take the city for themselves. However, they were opposed and eventually pushed back by Black Lightning's team, the A.S.A. and the Freeland Police Department.

Background

Markovia at some point became interested in Freeland and their meta-humans, forcing the A.S.A. to turn them into potential weapons to fight back against a potential invasion. Soon after, Markovia sent Colonel Yuri Mosin and various soldiers to infiltrate the city in preparation for an invasion. The A.S.A.'s attempts at defending the city then became frowned upon, leading to Black Lightning and many others to oppose the agency for their brutal tactics. This internal struggle allowed Mosin and his soldiers to abduct both Lynn Stewart and Helga Jace in pursuit for a stable meta-human serum in order to create more meta-humans. However, the A.S.A. and Black Lightning joined forces to create a team to take them both back.[1] Following the success of their mission, Yuri Mosin was subsequently killed, with dangerous meta-human Tyson Sykes assuming command of the soldiers. The Markovians then returned to Freeland and began an all-out war on their civilians, leading to Black Lightning's team, the A.S.A. and the Freeland Police Department to desperately defend the city.

History

Once the Markovian soldiers decided on an all-out assault on Freeland, the A.S.A. began evacuating and started tying up loose ends. Agent Odell had Major Sara Grey locate the briefcase containing evidence of their wrongdoings. Jamillah Olsen attempts to report the situation but is gunned down by one of the Markovians. Their leader, Tyson Sykes, finds himself facing Black Lightning after defeating his daughter, Lightning. This then leads to Lightning getting abducted by his allies and forcing Black Lightning into a hasty retreat after being outmatched. A.S.A. Commander Carson Williams then murders Helga Jace, one of the few who knew of the agency's misdeeds, and tried to kill Lynn Stewart only to fail upon doing so. Lynn, using a temporary meta-human power, accidentally kills Williams after trying to reason with him. Grey contacts Lady Eve in order to garner a location on the briefcase. However, Lady Eve discovers that the A.S.A. are planning to bomb Freeland to prevent the Markovians from taking it and begins a shootout, leaving her critically wounded. Back at the Freeland Police Department, Bill Henderson is seen evacuating people to a safe location when more Markovians move in. Luckily, the tide turns when Lala and his allies defend Henderson and the police. Gardner Grayle and Erica Moran are seen in Garfield High School, which has seemingly been converted into a rescue shelter for the survivors.[2]
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Appearances

Black Lightning

Season 3

References

  1. "The Book of Markovia: Chapter Four"
  2. "The Book of War: Chapter Three: Liberation"
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