Date: January of 1180
Chronicles of 3rd Crusade, battle of death road.
Your king, King Longshanks has recently promoted you to lord of the southern region of Britain. With this new power you quickly gather a new army, and march them southwards to help the losing crusaders. Now you find yourself on a large oasis plain, walking down a road. Then all of a sudden, your scouts report a Arabian army north of your position, on the other side of the river. You have walked this road before, and you know the dangers a Arabian army poses. Also you know that his is a supply route, and if an Arabian army is north of you, that could mean only one thing, the castle/checkpoint that overlooks this route has been captured or destroyed. You read a nearby sign post, written in blood, it says," Beware what is in the bushes." You and your men are startled but never the less, you have a duty, to command your men and defeat the enemy. Fulfill that duty and test your new army. Enemy estimates are at 340, while you only have about 240, your only advantage is quality for you have a lot of heavy infantry while they have plenty of light infantry but beware what you do not see could kill you.