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His tactics are flawed and that's why he lost and died.
The king should never move first but stay behind, preferably on horseback and on a hill to overlook the battle and give out orders. His flagrantism and melodramatic battle actions cost him the victory.

Discuss.
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>>100678185
He planned to lose and to die.
Your move, OP.
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>>100678185

See, you're using realistic tactics.

This is more like the glorified romantic image of tactics found in medieval romance texts.

It's fitting that way.



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