- Mar 3, 2011
As well as being quite possibly the funniest post section you've ever written, the Casus Belli gained yourself another fan - my partner heard me laughing and wondered what was going on, investigated, and similarly enjoyed it. Permission to borrow? (with references, naturally)
At last! Too long have your armies laboured to boring, bloodless victories. The Sokoto we know and love is back in business! *raises seasonal glass of mulled mud wine*Rumfa's achievement in somehow having managed to suffer more casualties despite hugely outnumbering the broken, demoralised Bavarian force is truly breathtaking.
A dedicated public servant - but family, and the heavy burdens thereof, must always come first. And it's well known that quality ink can take hundreds of years to dry!The Finance Minister sadly forced to give up his role within the government upon discovery of documents detailing his family's centuries old claim to the gold mines of Witwatersrand, he understandably feels running said mines is far more important a task than running Sokoto's economy. That the ink has not yet dried on these centuries old documents, and that the writing in said documents is exactly the same as the Finance Minister's is clearly a remarkable coincidence.