After years of protest against the brutal, unfair policies of the monarch, King Hunhalbida, countless thousands of Mesopotamian citizens had gathered among the courtyards outside of the Palace of Lassa Salas in Assur. Internally broken and starving, they are in great dispair. They had been told that if the monarch, royals, and their government objected, immediate imprisonment, forced labor, bankruptcy, and even later banishment or execution would follow for those involved.
Almost simultaneously to the very moment the royal advisory informs King Hunhalbida, as well as the rest of his immense heir line and extended family of the happenings, they become thoroughly infuriated. After hours without the slightest amount of information, the crowd outside erupts into chaos.
On behalf of the command of King Hunhalbida, as well as the royal court, the outside gatherers are lead, in unbreakable silence, through the usually locked iron and clay gate door entrance of the Palace grounds, and across the countless acres of lush lands by the some of the Assyrian Army Knights.