The Adventures of Sir Hanianon (Episode 1)

27 03 2012

Once upon a time, in the 1490s there was a man named Hanianon.

He was a knight and lived in Calovinia.

Hanianon

He liked adventures.

The Jupron was the enemy of Calovinia.

King Antire the 20th of Jupron ordered his knights to destroy the castle of Calovinia.

And so King Sakiorone of Calovinia ordered some of his armies to defend the castle with their best skills while the others were sent to attack the Jupron’s castle.

Sir Hanianon led 20 heavy cannon, 500 cavalry archers and 49 other skirmishers to attack Jupron.

So, off they went to the castle of Jupron to attack their enemy.

This is the bird’s eye view of the battle at the Jupron’s castle. The grey rectangles on the left are the castle and other buildings around it and the brown square is their outpost. The grey dots are their infantry while the purple lines are their cavalry. Some of the Jupron’s infantry are crossing their drawbridge to attack their enemy. On the right, the grey line is the Calovinian infantry, the blue lines are their cavalry while the brown lines are their artillery.

But they were defeated and they had to retreat.

They were left with only 5 skirmishers, 1 heavy cannon and 30 cavalry archers.

As soon as they reached Calovinia, they fought to defend their castle together with the other troop.

The battle was over and the Calovinian managed to defeat their enemy. 

Jupron went to Zolaphat to ask for help.

Meanwhile, Sir Hanianon went to Torkiy for help.

Torkiy send the powerful Janissary while and Zolaphat send Fusiliers.

The Calovinian defeated the Jupron’s armies and destroyed their castle but the King Antire the 20th of Jupron managed to run away to Cinra.


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7 04 2012
The Adventures of Hanianon (Episode 2: To The Battle) « Ahmad Ali Karim’s Weblog

[…] Please click here for Episode One. […]

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