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The Battle of St Albans

Irish Irish Logres Anarchy Lothain Saxons Saxons Escavalon Cornwall Cambrian hill-men Saxons Britain499 Picts Malahaut Gomeret Cameliard Salisbury Summer- land Gentian Silchester Dorsette Jagent Ascalon Tintagel Cornwall Lyonesse West Seaxe Wight Suth Seaxe Kent Caerwent Caercolun Huntland Hartland Thames- mouth Rydychan Berroc Linden Bedegraine Clarence Tribruit Wuer- ensis Lonazep Lambor Glevum Escavalon Estragales Cameliard Cheshire Norgales Gomeret Roestock Amans Pase Lestroite Rheged Malahaut Diera Nohaut Cambernet North- umbria Maris Powys Orofoise Galvoie Ergynn Cardigan Ystrad Tywy Builth Elfael Brycheiniog Merionydd Gwaelod Gore Lothain Garloth Escoe Strangorre Benoic Orkneys Western Isles Long Isles Connacht Pomitain Out Isles Munster Leinster Meath Eire Oriel Ailech Dal Riada Dal Araide Dal Fiatach
Year: 495 A.D.
Outcome: Decisive Victory
Length of battle: 8 turns
Battle size: Large


A bloody battle transpires, where our knights manage to avoid being overpowered by the brutal saxon forces. As they see count Roderick being pulled from his saddle and the king’s party being flanked by a murderous force they ride in to assist them. Sir Gamond makes a stand against Eosa defending count Roderick’s life. The giant and the colossos fight fiercely until Eosa strikes Gamond in the shoulder and Gamond heroically falls bleeding to his death in the midst of battle.

Have been given a moment of respite King Uther gathers himself and the army strikes back against the saxons pushing it back. The dragon banner still stands, Excalibur shines again and both Octa and Eosa falls as the day is won.