Brave Knights Enemies

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The picture you just seen is a picture of war and hatred! You see knights invading a castle and taking fire at the enemy. The are fighting back at full force there are knights fighting on foot where they are defending their respectable kings. There are cannons being fired! The defending team can just barely stand their ground. You can tell that brave Knights try to climb over the curtain wall. You are probably asking yourself , what happened?

There were two kings from two different kingdoms. They were each other’s allies, they needed each other for supplies they couldn’t get on their own. Even though they were powerful not many other countries that liked them because of the fact that they play dirty. They gained many enemies throughout

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