MEDIEVAL EUROPE

MEDIEVAL EUROPE
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MEDIEVAL EUROPE

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  • Charlemagne Castle 
  • I will send my highest trained knight sir Abula-Samuel to find them, and hang them for treason.
  • Charlemagne, one of our peasants, and serfs has run off!
  • The escape of the peasent and serf
  • IM TIRED OF WORKING DAY IN AND DAY OUT AND LOSING ALL MY CROPS THROUGH TAX! IM DONE!
  • Meanwhile in the castle...
  • I send you, my most prized knight, Sir Abudala-Samuel.
  • I will not disappoint you Charlemagne.
  • After the fall of Rome, many small kingdoms had been at war for many years. But, one man by the name of Charlemagne, soon became king and united all the kingdoms under the process of Feudalism. Though the role in society for all wasn't fair. So, the peasant and serf were tired of their life, and decided to make a change and run off.
  • Meanwhile...
  • THERE THEY ARE!
  • The peasant and serf have escaped their land. They look for ways to run and start heading out. They don't think their Vassals have noticed that they disappeared, but little to they know, their Vassals have already informed the Lord. The Lord told the King, and the King has now sent a  Knight to track them down.
  • Alls Well Doesn't Exactly End Well.
  • Good job Abdula-Samuel
  • Charlemagne is informed about the peasant and surf escaping their land through the Lord and Vassal. He is furious with these people disrespecting his land and the process of his feudal system. He sends his most prized Knight to track them down.
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  • After a long searching by the Knight, he has finally found the peasant and serf. He sneaks up on them until they look back after hearing a rustle in the grass. They see the Knight, and begin to sprint.
  • RUN!!
  • In the end, the peasant and serf were hung for treason against their Country, Kingdom, and King. Knight Abdula-Samuel hunted down the serf and peasant. He then turned them over to the King. In the end, the feudal system is unforgiving for those who disobey, but alright for those who do obey.
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