I deployed my men with the intention if having one force assault the gate and another a section of wall.
When my men were ready I signaled the advance and the two forces marched up together. The first force reached the wall and began to use the battering ram whistle coming under enemy fire.
At the gate the second force had just arrived but before they could get one swing of the ram the enemy sallied forth to counter the threat.
The first force had broken through the wall,
and were greeted by a charge from the enemy.
Meanwhile, the archers had arrived to support the attack on the gate,
and began to fire volley after volley of flaming arrows into the mass of rebels, the arrows lit up the sky!. Back over at the breach in the wall the men were steadily forcing the enemy back, and now had a foothold in the town.
Over at the gate I heard a cry of terror fill the enemy and saw that one of our men had slain the rebel general.
It was time to press home the advantage, I ordered my bodyguard to charge down the enemy at the gates,
and with that the remaining enemy forces fled down the street.
I ordered my men to continue the charge before I saw the line of enemy crossbowmen waiting for us,
but it was too late to do anything except charge threw them - and so wed did, cutting our way through the enemy until we reached the centre of the town, where they were making a final stand. I didn't hesitate and charge the rest of them. The fighting was fierce,
but our victory was sealed with the arrival of of the first force,
which I was latter told had fought threw the back streets cleansing them of the enemy, and our with our combined forces the rebels didn't stand a chance; and before you could shout "Victory is ours!"....... it was.
Once the victory was complete I occupied the town with our men,
and began repairing the town's defences and the construction of roads so reinforcements can quickly arrive from Caen.
I await your instructions,