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The Hun Effect
Updated: 10/14/2020
The Hun Effect
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Storyboard Description

A story of how the Huns barge through civilizations with the help of horses.

Storyboard Text

  • The Hun rule started out in present day Mongolia, where the invention of the stirrups lead to the ability to steadily use a sword and shoot arrows on a horse.
  • The Huns spreaded out to the West shredding through civilizations with the never seen before use of stirrups. The Huns defeated the Germans, Slavs, French among others.
  • The roadway to the Roman empire with a new and even more powerful ruler, Attila the Hun after he took power in AD 445 was easy as they defeated everyone in their path.
  • Attila the Hun was the most powerful ruler of the Huns and under his rule, the Huns defeated Northern Italy, and took over Central Europe around HUNgary while the Pope convinced them to not demolish Rome
  • Attila died in his sleep on the night of his last wedding due to a nasal hemorrhage, but some folks disagree, saying he was poisoned.
  • The Hun Empire was put in shambles, as Attila's sons couldn't decide who was the ruler and Germanic tribes took advantage of them, breaking apart the great empire.
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