War of the Three Brothers
Date 1791-1798
Location Europe, Borealia, Asia
Result Illuminati Victory
  • Reform of the Roman political system
  • Emergence of the Illuminati as a major political faction and fall of the Royalist Faction
  • Independence of Georgia and Armenia
Flag of the Roman Empire 1265-Present Pro-Illuminati Forces
  • Flag of the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy Italy
  • Flag of Ionia (TNE) Greece
  • Veliko tarnovo flag Bulgaria (1793-1798)
  • Phoenician Flag Phoenicia (1794-1798)
  • 600px-Rubenid Flag svg Armenia (1796-1798)
  • Flag of Georgia Georgia (1796-1798)
  • Roman Illuminati Faction Icon Illuminati Faction
  • Roman Royalist Faction Icon PM3 pro-Andrew Royalist Faction
  • Hafsid Barbaria Flag Libyan and Cyrenaican Berbers
  • Emblem of the Jewish Kingdom Zevite forces (1794-1798)

Flag of Transylvania (PM3) Transylvania

Flag of the Roman Empire 1265-Present Pro-Senate Forces
  • Flag of Aegypt Egypt (1793-1798)
  • 25px Albania
  • Flag of The Latin Empire Achaea
  • Greek Revolution flag Greek Rebels
  • Flag of Hispanian italy Italian Independence Movement
  • Roman Republican Faction Icon Republican Faction
  • Roman Royalist Faction Icon PM3 pro-Senate Royalist Faction
Commanders and leaders
Flag of the Roman Empire 1265-Present Andrew II

Flag of Transylvania (PM3) Emeric I Rákóczi

Flag of the Roman Empire 1265-Present Stephen III

Flag of the Roman Empire 1265-Present Andronikos VI

The War of the Three Brothers, sometimes called the War of Three Coats or the Roman Revolution, was a major civil war that ravaged the Roman Empire in the 1790s. The war was fought for a wide variety of reasons and involved two diverse coalitions with conflicting interests.

The war gets its primary name from the fact that the main leaders of the various coalitions were the three sons of the previous emperor Thomas IV and their rivalries and struggles to gain or maintain control over the Empire, which had become decidedly diverse over the last few decades of expansion. Andrew II and the Illuminati Faction believed that political reform and greater representation of the Empire's subjects would be key in maintaining order amongst the various states while Stephen III and Andronikos VI believed that the current political system was sufficient and granting greater representation would create greater instability amongst the different peoples of the Empire.