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Let's go already!
Wait for the signal.
Don't worry men, we have the upper hand!
Attack now, men!
It's been days since I left tis French fort, they seem to be keeping us so we can fight for them. Although we are irresolute about taking sides, the French have shown us greater hospitably. While we have been waiting for the French's signal, we have observed their technology, from their heavy canons to their long muskets to their sharp bayonets to their thin swords.
Attack these savages, now!
As soon as we arrive in battle, all we can see are men dropping to their ground, looking lifeless as the battle continues on. While the French and the British decide to face each other in close combat, my people prefer guerrilla warfare where we use our environment as a advantage against our opponents.
Die British Colonel!
Now, we are currently advancing into enemy lines in order to kill their colonel who is leading the British forces.Of course, we're going to attack from behind into to give the British the element of surprise.
Once we reached in sight of the colonel, a soldier had spotted hiding among the trees and decide to aim his musket at us. As he loaded he loaded his musket, we started to retreat back into the tress for cover but suddenly I saw blood sport onto one the trees.
As I turn to my friend who had been hit with the musket causing him to have a hole through his chest and I soon realize that he is dead. I was engulfed with angry at these British soldiers that I devoted myself to kill the colonel as an act of vengeance upon my fellow comrade .
But as I lined up my bow towards the colonel's head, I began to see that the British troops beside the colonel with preparing to fire at me. It didn't matter much as I accepted my impending doom as I released the arrow and watched it fly directly towards the colonel's head. In my last moments, I smiled as I saw the colonel bleeding from his forehead in agony.
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