The Persian wars

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  • I, Darius, want to take control of the weak Greek empire for your land and to assert my dominance. As you know, we have already seized control of the Ironian city-sates in Asia Minor.
  • I, Militiades, am glad that the Ironian city-states have revolted under your savage control, and we will not go down without a fight (or three).
  • The mighty king Leonidas and his 300 Spartan troops will defend Greece to the death. THIS IS SPARTA!
  • With my reinforced flanks, your army does not stand a chance; the Spartans have not even come yet, due to religious reasons...
  • As we fight on the plain of Marathon, my fores are entrapped by your few numbered army. Facing this decisive loss, I will send my son to fight for Persia.
  • The path on the right is the one you want to take to get behind the Greek lines.
  • This cannot be! My army is defeated! Those pesky Greeks seemed more organized than the servant said they were, I might have to execute him...
  • Finally, the Great Xerxes, son of Darius, will defeat those few Greek soldiers. After two days of fighting, we finally have the upper hand.
  • I have finally penetrated the Greek defense! The "great" Greek empire will fall at the hands of Xerxes and the mighty Persians!
  • Gather the troops, we will conquer Greece once and for all in the straits of Salamis!
  • My King, we have received word that the Greeks are left weak and disorganized from our previous battle, we should attack at once!
  • Victory!!
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