General Spartacus finally learns the reason for his king’s subdued response to Sioux settlements on the Hudson Bay. He had taken a page out of Lincoln’s book, and had been playing for time to secure an alliance with the Blackfoot.
Once the declaration of was was read out on the great tundra, Spartacus mounted his sled and sped off toward the southern border. The fighting was furious and immediate, and Spartacus enjoyed every martial moment. It didn’t hurt to know that thanks to his shrewd king, should things go south, the Sioux would have to wade through Blackfoot territory before they even set foot on Inuit land.
Of Note: The Kimberley snag the Parthenon