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After five days of brutal fighting, the english forces have won the battle against Wales. Prince Ruful has been captured, and even now he is accepting the ways of catholicism. Abondoning his pagan ways.

Now the english forces though diminished to around 400 knights with 4 ballistas, lay siege to the capital of Wales. Wales has over 500 men left to guard Cardiff.

The court has issueed two proclamations. The first being the recruitment of more soldiers into the army, fearing a foreign invasion. The next was the construction order of building more ships.

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