Please make sure your seat belts are fastened and be sure to keep all hands, arms, and feet inside the computer chair at all times. Are we ready to proceed? Okay, good.
Now, just a little warning, this article's going to be extremely long, but if you're seriously interested in the topic I'd recommend reading the whole thing. If not, feel free to quit now.
But what is the topic, you're probably thinking. If you haven't figured it out by the title, I'll be discussing the rises and falls of various armies, particularly the ones ran by the Whyville dogs.
I was inspired to write this by the article "The History of Whyville Dogs" (ID #6301), which was written by my good buddy and fellow Dog War Veteran, Kurama5. I liked it a lot, and it did cover the basics, but I couldn't help but feel that there were too many key details left out.
I'm afraid the beginning of my story won't be completely accurate, however. I joined Whyville in the year 2004, and according to what I've read, 2002 was when it all started. Apparently that was the year the dog heads, (made by googles, DivaSis, and joe999), first became popular. If you've never seen such dog heads before, here are some pictures for you: