Here's another one for the ages:
504 AD, the saxons of Hantonne, fed up with the refusals of Salisbury to pay tribute, ally with the Sussex saxons and march into the county. An army of Somerset and Salisbury knights ride to meet them and they fight near Du Plain castle. Sir Robert, a player-knight, leads a batallion against the saxons, under the command of Sir Alain of Gloomvale, who leads the entire army.
And this is when things go from bad to good and heroic. There are three players (Sir Robert, Sir Nerovens and his squire, Aldwynn). Sir Robert leads a successful charge (critical Lance) against the saxons. But Sir Nerovens meets head on with a powerful Great Spear counter attack, his mortally wounded and thrown from his sell (Critical hit against him). Sir Robert orders everyone to disengage and regroup in a nearby hill whereupon they are besieged by enemy forces. While they try to resist, Aldwyn, the squire, tries to heal his lord, moved by his loyalty (successful use of Loyalty (Lord)). Alas, he fails to heal the knight (failed First Aid) who dies in his arms.
Enraged by this, Aldwyn picks his lord's shield and lance and throws himself into the fray (no armor). He confronts a powerful Saxon and delivers a powerful blow that sends the pagan crying for Wotan (successful Spear against a failing roll from the Saxon). Reinforcements arrive and it's an indecisive victory for both sides. Squire Aldwyn earned a name for himself and will surely make his next lord proud.
As for Sir Nevorens, the angels sing praise of his dutiful squire and he is surely happy in heaven.