The Stone Wall Village battlefield
The riders of The First Cavalry of the Cretaceous sang songs of victory as they harassed the enemy's pikemen, dodging between their long lances, sowing chaos among their broken ranks. Lieutenant Tohbi-Oka' grinned at the sight from the back of his sturdy mesa cayuse, but his sense of celebration faded as he saw a new threat approaching. A troop of some forty rattlesnake warriors came through the dusty haze led by a man on horseback dressed in a fashion similar to their own Gonzalo—a Spanish conquistador! It . . .
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