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This is the story of Colonel Petrovski
The Russian who followed his oath to the final chapter
Colonel Petrovski was riding through the lands to seek loyal followers to his new army.
He reached an army over one hundred men. He trained them. He taught them. He made them true Russians
When his army was ready. He marched with his men towards the gates of Moscow.
He arrived to Moscow to show off his new army to the Russian Tsar. Peter.
Later in the war there was a campaign against the Swed's. And when attacking Goteborg a Swedish army from Mora was closing in to prevent this from happening.
So the Tsar Peter sent Colonel Petrovski to encounter the Swedish army and to hold them until the Russians had conquered Goteborg.
He arrived at the battlefield. Ready with his men.
He marched towards the Swed's in a fine line. And when the birds stop singing. And the water went silent. And when you no longer could here the wind breeze in your ear. Hell was released. The Swed's opened fire and the same did Petrovski.
The battle was tough.
The Swed's kept firing perfect vollies and Petrovski answered back in the same method.
But Petrovski realized that he needed to use his streltsies to gain the advantage at this battle. So he charged.
And the Swed's kept firing
The Russians fell. And their boddies thumbled down the hills. But they kept running. The kept screaming.
And when they was close enough. The Swed's counter-charged with cavalry
The fighting was bloody. And Petrovski was a part of it.
The ground started to be covered with bodies.
And when Petrovski saw this. His eyes begun to fail. His mind thumbled. He loosed controll.
He now knew that he failed. He was beaten. And his men died because of he's stupidity.
And he saw men fall. He saw men who roared in pain. And the blood covered their bodies.
And the last thing Petrovski saw was his men dying, and a dragoon passing by with a pistol aiming at his head. And then... Everything went gone...
After Petrovski's death. The Russians lost their morale and hope. They turned their backs and run.
And the Swed's pushed the engage forward.
The Russians had no faith anymore. They was shot and stabbed from behind while running.
The battle was lost. The Swed's won. But their army was to demolished to continue. When the word came back to the Tsar Peter.
He smiled and was pleased. His plan was successful.
This was the story of Petrovski.