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FC: The Ax Wielding Vikings | Dakota Capwell Quinn Sommer
1: By: Quinn & Dakota
2: Leaving for the raid The vikings live in Norway,Sweden,and Denmark. They leave to attack Europe on long ships.
3: Beginning the Raid After one week they arrive in Europe. They started hunting, killing, and stealing. When the raid is done they take all of the peasants and keep them as slaves.
4: Slave training parters They kill some of the slaves for training. Sometimes the slaves would fight back and eventually they were all killed.
5: Slave/Training Dummies They kill some slaves for fun and practice. So the peasants got mad and fought back and the vikings killed every single one of them.
6: Capturing the peasants The vikings boarded ships and set off for another raid. They arrive at the new country and kill everyone but the peasants to keep them as their slaves. The slaves fought back so the vikings killed them all.
7: Dear Diary Dear diary, they want are riches and our peasants. The knights are all dead. My kings castle just burned down they are coming to kill me and my family. They just broke down the door they are here this is it.