The Battle of St. PetersburgIn the mountains at a fortress in St. Petersburg, Russia...
Sir William Moseley: Alright knights of Round Table, let’s attack this fortress and destroy it. These crusaders will pay for their crimes against Jews and Muslims.
Me (Sir Durante Anderson): I got this. I’m ready to kick some ass.
Sir Jack Davenport: There’s only 13 of us and 100 of them.
Sir Alexander Keynes: We’re the best of the best from England.
Me (Sir Durante Anderson): Let’s do this.
Sir William Moseley: Charge! To the fortress! For England!
They rode their horses to the fortress. They start attacking the crusaders and killing them. The war was really bloody. I was knocking a bunch of crusaders off the mountains, and they died easily. Later, I got in a fight with their leader.
Me (Sir Durante Anderson): (Fighting the leader and breaking our swords)
Sir Andrew Anderson: I surrender. I surrender. Take this axe. (Throws the axe) Kill me with it. Cut my head off.
Me (Sir Durante Anderson): No, I’ve decided to sphere you.
Sir Andrew Anderson: No, I have a bad attitude. My army has loss the war anyway.
Me (Sir Durante Anderson): They may all be dead, but not you.
Sir William Moseley and his friends were killing every crusader knight in the fortress.
Sir William Moseley: Well done, everyone. Let’s check up on Sir Durante Anderson. He has engaged the leader Sir Andrew Anderson. He’s a dangerous man.
Sir Jack Davenport: They have the same last name. What if they’re family.
Sir William Moseley: I know Sir Durante. He does have a second cousin named Andrew Anderson. He told me he isn’t a knight. Just some peasant with the same name. However, he hasn’t seen his second cousin in a long time.
Sir Alexander Keynes: There’s many people with that name. I doubt that Sir Andrew is actually Andrew. Let’s check up on Sir Durante to see if he killed him.