This is the pipe-dream version of things? The Danish invasion was never pushed back and despite you won few battles, the steady rolling Cornwall sieging was never interupted by your troops.It was the year 1328 when the treacherous Dônmark assaulted the Frankish lands of Cornwall. The Döns had thought that the Children of Crom wouldn't give them an good opponent but High King Thurcytel de Flandre, King of Loire, King of Normandie and King of both Gaelic and Frankish people proved the Dôns beliefs wrong. He raised the Children of Crom to fight against this invading horde and set sail to Cornwall to help his brethren there. The armies of Cornwall had fought well even though they had had to retreat few times but after every retreat they had attacked again and forced the Dôns to retreat. When the High King arrived with the main land armies as well as Irish reinforcements the tide was turned, the Franco-Gaelic armies quickly gained the upper hand and pushed the Dôns back beyond the border. A small expedition was launched at Kent and soon the city fell to the Franks. Thurcytel had no intentions to claim land from the Dôns but to reach an agreement with them about the Cornish borders.