Modern Living: Camelot Lives

The battle was straight from the pages of the Morte d'Arthur. In a heavily wooded field, two armies of armored knights lunged and hacked at each other with battle-axes, broadswords and spears. The bodies of fallen warriors littered the ground as beautiful damsels cheered their champions on to victory or wept when they met defeat. At last, the forces of the Middle Kingdom, led by their sovereign, King Andrew of Seldom Rest, burst into the stronghold of King Cariadoc of the Kingdom of the East. Cariadoc fell to the ground, mortally wounded by King Andrew's spear, and the triumphant army gathered...

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