Recently while rewriting/reworking one of my stories I found that I was coming up short on a lot of details after taking out some of the more useless stuff. One of the main details I found I was coming up short on was a tactic for the war. Now it's only one part of the tactic so I'm not promising I'll be great at it. The basic concept of the tactic is to divid the troops, and slowly sneak them into enemy territory via several entrances. The group also planned on paralyzing half of the enemy troops with poison making them unable to battle. They also have the troops divided between those in the enemy territory who are slaves to the treaty and those who are going to invade. Also they were going to get help from another race even if it meant forcing it into happening. Um... that's probably a bad summary of it all (never did war tactics before so I'm not good at summarizing the main points) so I guess if you guys want the full story behind it and stuff I'll post the actual section from the story to see exactly how they discuss it. So yeah, my question here is, does this seem like a good tactic for war? And before you hit me with the "Read more war books/Watch more war movies" I have and after watching twenty plus war movies and reading god knows how many books on war this is what I came up with. So I'm pretty much asking if this seems like something that would be done. And if you suggest something else that might work? Or even see something that won't work? As always I'm always open for questions for more information. Just ask.