by Charissa de La Sirra
The Imperial Governor, Gaius Niklos Aurelius Luctator, and the one young Roman taught the Young Vicious Horde about Roman tactics and catapults. Eager to try new skills, Julian the Vicious issued a challenge to see who could have more fun to the legendarily playful Lost Boys. At 12th night, the Young Vicious Horde found the Lost Boys, sang a challenge song and then pelted the Lost Boys with felt balls. Now this might not impress you, unless you know that one of the Lost Boys was Her Majesty. Truth be told, after the initial surprise, the Lost Boys had the strongest advantage and the Young Vicious Horde, like all wise Mongols, retreated quickly. At Roman Around, the Young Vicious Horde laid out many tactics in diagrams on the wall. The Lost Boys discovered the battle plans and wisely stayed far out of reach of the Young Vicious Horde.