!uGYNBMPzOs 11/16/10(Tue)00:58 No.12814750|
After a few hours of taking prisoners aside for "chats" - some more civil then others, you feel you have gleaned a wealth of information. You learn that initially Lord Stant had two wings of Knights, 50 men each, all with Valkeries, and horses. he had two units of Armored Sergants, wielding pikes, two units of Elven bowmen with 150 head each, his Longbowmen, numbering 200. Two units of men at arms, one mounted, the other on foot with morningstars, kite shields and platemail. He had two units of levied soldiers, each numbering 300, one with halberds, the other longblades and circleshields. and 3 units of mercenaries, all medium or heavy infantry, numbering at least 150 men.
Of his sons you learn that Janos was in fact present to prove his worth or be sent off to be useful in interhouse politics, either as a husband or a dagger. The second youngest son, Morwayne, is a level headed and tactically minded, the men count him for at least a third of his fathers aparent cleverness. He commands from a unit of hosemen, all heavily armored.
The second Eldest takes after his father, leads from the front, and is the second in command of the campaign front Lord Stant has been assigned. He has placed fourth or better in the last three Kings Tournaments he attended, and is a given to take the crown of any smaller tourney.
All of the men were surprised by the pitch, aparently Janos obtained it from another Lord without his Fathers position, as was his use of the Valkerie Knights, and mercenaries. His mission was to be a simple probe, and he was to quit the field if outnumbered.
>when I sarted the subverting Kaitlyn posts, "Devils Gift" by shamans harvest started playing. Just realized that and felt like sharing