Man of War – Excerpt No. 198

Meanwhile, they dug into the hillside, concealing their work with deadfall and loose hay. The hill meant high ground which gave them an advantage. The obstacles and traps they laid down would hopefully dissuade attempts to flank them.

Marc and a small group of men would stand their ground near the crest of the hill. He made sure they had what was necessary to give the Spanish a warm welcome.

Picture of a hillside full of traps and trenches. Scene and clothing appropriate for 16th century France.

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