The battle was a long, cold, wet one. George was leading his footmen into battle with the Saxons who had ransacked his village. The forest that they were walking through didn’t help anything, especially since they weren’t familiar with outlay of the land. They walked up to what seemed to be a clearing, but ended up just being a cliff. Below where they stood was a lake, and next to the lake was a fishing village which George decided must have been Saxon. He raised his battleaxe and yelled something in his native language. His men looked at each other confused because there wasn’t any reason to yell when they couldn’t attack a village from a cliff. George then stepped off of the cliff and fell onto the ground bellow. He turned and yelled at them and they followed his lead by jumping into the bush below.
The raiders walked around the lake and prepared an invasion on the village. They readied their spears and made a shield wall since the village did not have a wall around it. There wasn’t much activity going on in the town so George guessed that the villagers had been forewarned of their attack. He yelled to his men to be careful. They finally reached the village to notice that the buildings were made of diamonds which excited George and his men. It appeared that the villagers had locked themselves in their buildings in order to protect them from any attackers. The invaders tried to break into the houses but couldn’t since they just broke their blades. George walked into the middle of the village to find one of the sacred items that was stolen from his village.
The curse that had been emitted because of its removal from its home had encased the village in diamond. George’s intuition was right on believing that it was a Saxon village and even better and thinking that it was the Saxon’s who raided his home. He and his men took the sacred item back to their village with high spirits knowing that anyone who would steal from them would have to deal with being encased in diamond.