At the First Battle of Meids, two local kings, Albus the Wide-Eyed and William the Obsessor, arranged a battle to determine the lordship of their future city-state, only to find that none of their thanes or men-at-arms could be bothered to attend. The two chieftains and their bodyguards stood sheepishly watching each other from opposite sides of the field until sunset, when they gave up their quarrel and retired to Albus’s castle to feast and discuss the flaws in the feudal system.

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