Difference between revisions of "Kingsbridge (City)"

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Almost four score years ago, the undead of [[Deadwood]] came pouring into [[Varsilia]] slaughtering the farmers and shepards of the realm living nearby. The lord of the small hamlet of Kingsford, Baronet Schubert, petitioned the King for a levy of troops to guard them from the fiends, as what forces the Baronet could field had been wiped out almost to a man. Indeed, most of the fallen defenders were now in the enemy ranks as either [[Undead#Zombies|zombies]] or [[Undead#Ghosts|ghosts]]. King Giles the First, upon hearing the request ordered a troop be dispatched immediately, however when the troop arrived it was to find that the fords near Kingsford were impassible due to heavy rains.<br/><br/>
 
Almost four score years ago, the undead of [[Deadwood]] came pouring into [[Varsilia]] slaughtering the farmers and shepards of the realm living nearby. The lord of the small hamlet of Kingsford, Baronet Schubert, petitioned the King for a levy of troops to guard them from the fiends, as what forces the Baronet could field had been wiped out almost to a man. Indeed, most of the fallen defenders were now in the enemy ranks as either [[Undead#Zombies|zombies]] or [[Undead#Ghosts|ghosts]]. King Giles the First, upon hearing the request ordered a troop be dispatched immediately, however when the troop arrived it was to find that the fords near Kingsford were impassible due to heavy rains.<br/><br/>
 
A courier was immediately dispatched back to the capital to inform the King, as well as scouts sent up and down river to see if there was a passable ford within marching distance. As this was going on, the commander of the levy, Sir Hariford, ordered his men to begin cutting down logs in an attempt to either raft across or if possible to bridge the now raging river. Sir Hariford further issued orders to the men he had within the ranks capable of using a bow to stand on the shoreline to provide covering fire, when possible, for the besieged citizens on the other side.<br/><br/>
 
A courier was immediately dispatched back to the capital to inform the King, as well as scouts sent up and down river to see if there was a passable ford within marching distance. As this was going on, the commander of the levy, Sir Hariford, ordered his men to begin cutting down logs in an attempt to either raft across or if possible to bridge the now raging river. Sir Hariford further issued orders to the men he had within the ranks capable of using a bow to stand on the shoreline to provide covering fire, when possible, for the besieged citizens on the other side.<br/><br/>

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