Man of War – Excerpt No. 236

“After the garrison was turned to rubble, I disbanded the men. By the time the Spanish arrived, there was nothing left to lay a claim to. Lastly, I invited my men to celebrate our time together.”

He remembered the evening at the tavern being a bittersweet moment. They had taken heavy casualties and were victorious despite the odds. That was in no small part due to the townspeople. Who were betrayed by both sides of the conflict

Tavern packed with soldiers and officers drinking the night away. Clothes and setting appropriate to 16th century France.

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