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Which would best hold of a mass invasion of the Blue Hordes after the events of Lord Brocktree?

- 24 (47.1%)
Palace of Ublaz
- 1 (2%)
Fort Bladegirt
- 1 (2%)
Redwall Abbey
- 8 (15.7%)
Castle Marl
- 11 (21.6%)
Castle Floret
- 6 (11.8%)

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Re: Castles and sorts
« Reply #105 on: August 30, 2014, 02:52:36 PM »

But Salamandastron's very few exits also work to their advantage, and they know of that exit that takes you past the crabs now, and they have a constant water supply.
I'm a freeborn man of the Traveling People.
Country lanes and byways were always my ways.

Then away you'd jog with your horse and dog
Nice and easy no need to go faster.

All you freeborn men of the Traveling People
Every Tinker, rolling stone and Gypsy Rover
Winds of change are blowing, old ways are going
Your traveling days will soon be over.


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Re: Castles and sorts
« Reply #106 on: August 31, 2014, 05:07:02 AM »

Every egg can be cracked, and every shell: broken.

It doesn't matter how well a castle can be defended, it will eventually fall no matter what under enough enemies assailing it and attempts to gain entrance.
I agree, no fortress can withstand treachery.  That's how Cluny took Redwall, and how Floret fell.
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