The last uprising upon Dominaria under Capashen Dawn has proven to be one of the most deadly to Phyrexia thus far. Already, the new Coalition forces have advanced across their home plane, destroying the main Phyrexian holding of Shiela's Lair. While it is not certain what happened to the giant spider that made the land her home. The forests are still filled with her brood. Despite the destruction of the stronghold, the scars upon the creatures and land will not heal nearly so easily.
Even on the plane of Mirrodin, Phyrexian presence has been wanning. Their stronghold Gehenna in the Oxidda Chain was destroyed by Grand Admiral Kelket. Rubble and ruins are all that remain of the once proud fortress city. Meanwhile all attacks to secure Mirrodin's Core where the Coalition maintains their toehold have failed. Yet unlike Dominaria, the forces upon this plane are still great and potentially hazardous. The Coalition may have made retaining hold of this land difficult, but it is still far from impossible.
In the final theatre of war, the first sphere of Phyrexia, the Coalition has pushed forward eagerly. Of the three strongholds found within the portal zone, one has already fallen. The others are yet to be threatened, but Coalition numbers grow every greater. It may be hoped however, that those audacious foes who so dared to build a base of pure white mana upon the face of Phyrexia will be punished. The base has yet to fall, but for many weeks it has been under siege by the Phyrexian hordes. It is surely merely a matter of time before it falls - and that would free up numerous armies to make a counterattack.
Yet, there is more at stake than the planar castles. Unlike previous wars where resources were plentiful, the constant battles have drained the planes. Places where access to strategic resources are important to the war effort. As it stands, for the removal of their own constructed strongholds, it is Phyrexia that holds many of these resource points. Unless the Coalition can capture some of these holdings, they may find that their march across the planes has left them too battered and bruised with nothing but wastelands to call their own.