King Samulis was a noble man of great wealth and ambition. His power could be felt throughout the chaotic world of war and terror. His herald would sound great trumpets to declare nations conquered under the king. The illustrious Samulis, master of men, behold the glory!
As the day ends, King Samulis prepares his army for another honorable slaughter of Bosanian villagers. But this time, the Bosanians under Lord Bosa the Odorless are preparing to take up arms against the divine right of King Samulis.
What punishment shall be fit for such insolence against King Samulis the Great?