Sinbad and his wife lived in a large cottage up the road from the river of Niani.
One day, the king call Sinbad to his palace and told him to bring an army of Iraqi to Niani to help the Malian in their war efforts against the Almohad Caliphate.
Sinbad and his wife traveled through the Sahara Desert, leaving their children with a nanny. It took them two and a half months to reach Niani, capital of Mali.
Sinbad and Sundiata meet for the first time, they don't get along, but they soon learn that they have to get along to plan a battle strategy.
The night before the final battle of the war, Sinbad and Sundiata planned a very precise battle plan. It consists of wave of attacks and distinct warriors in different places on the battlefield.
The next day at dawn, the soldiers and warriors left for the battle, closely following their battle plan precisely. At the end of the battle, many of the Mali and Berber Confederation warriors had fallen, but the Mali empire still won the war.