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The Last Stand Of The Knights

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By KenaPublished about a year ago 3 min read
The Last Stand Of The Knights
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The sun beat down mercilessly on the barren plain where the last remaining order of knights faced off against a horde of vicious orc warriors. The knights had been driven back to this final stand, and the orcs were closing in for the kill. But the knights were determined to go down fighting, to honor their code of honor and protect their land from these invaders.

The leader of the knights, a veteran warrior named Sir William, gave the command to stand fast, and the knights prepared for the attack. They braced their shields and gripped their swords, ready to meet the enemy head on. The orcs charged forward, howling their savage battle cries, and the knights met them with a fierce resolve in their eyes.

The clash was brutal and deafening, swords and shields colliding in a spray of sparks. The knights fought with every ounce of their strength, their armor ringing out with each blow, but the orcs were many, and their strength was inexhaustible. Despite their brave efforts, the knights were slowly pushed back, their formation breaking apart under the relentless assault.

Sir William glanced around, taking stock of the situation. The knights were being overwhelmed, and they needed a new strategy if they were going to survive this battle. He called for a retreat, and the knights began to fall back, their formation turning into a ragged line as they fought their way through the orc ranks.

As they regrouped, Sir William conferred with his fellow knights, and they decided to make a final stand at the entrance to a nearby canyon. They hoped that the narrow pass would slow the orcs down enough for them to hold the line and strike back.

The orcs charged at the knights once again, but this time they were met with a wall of steel and fury. The knights fought with all their might, hacking and slashing their way through the countless orcs that tried to break through their line. Sir William personally took on the biggest, meanest orc he could find, determined to show his bravery and dedication to their cause.

For hours they fought, neither side gaining any significant ground. The sun began to set, and the orcs began to grow restless. They knew that as long as the knights held this pass, they would never be able to conquer this land. In a desperate move, the orcs brought forward their secret weapon: a team of trolls, massive beasts that towered over the knights.

The trolls charged forward, bellowing their thunderous roars, and the knights scrambled to hold the line. Sir William rallied his men, urging them to keep fighting, but it was no use. The trolls were too much for them, and one by one, the knights fell before the relentless onslaught.

Finally, it was just Sir William left standing, his armor battered and his sword arm numb. He looked around at the carnage, his heart heavy with the knowledge that he might be the last of his order to face such a dire fate.

But even as he gazed into the eyes of the final troll that charged towards him, he refused to give up hope. He knew that he couldn't let his legacy die, that he had to show the orc invaders that they could not conquer them without a fight.

With a fierce cry, Sir William charged forward, his sword glinting in the setting sun. The troll swung its massive fist, but Sir William deftly dodged his attack and plunged his sword into the beast's chest.

The troll roared in fury, but it was too late. Sir William had struck the killing blow, and the troll collapsed in a heap at his feet. Overhead, the clouds began to part, and a beam of light shone down upon the lone knight.

Sir William knew that he had done his duty, that he had upheld the honor of his order until the very end. And as the last light of day faded from the sky, he lowered his head in respect for his fallen comrades, and prepared to meet his final fate.

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