Once the Black Knights invaded the lands, the Crusaders, Black Falcons, and the Forestmen came into an alliance under the King and formed their armies to fight the invaders. But years of warring had taken their toll on the good armies, and their numbers were no match for the Black Knights.
With the defeat of the Crusaders, the Black Knights had free reign of the land. Any surviving Crusaders, Black Falcons, and Forestmen that were good fled the land.
The backstory of the Forestmen was never set in stone. Most of it is extrapolated from the various catalogues of the theme. What is known is that they were the rebel outcasts of the group, and often targeted the Crusader treasure wagons and often engaged the Black Falcon forces.
Sometime after the Old Kingdom fell and the lands were invaded by the Black Falcons, there were those in the land that found that there was no place for them in the new regime. So they took whatever they had and fled to the forest.
Their leader, some say it was Robin Hood but no official name was given to him, saw to the construction of several hidden fortresses, using the trees as the basis of the construction. In a few short years they constructed a formidable network of tree dwellings.
When the Black Knights invaded, the Forestmen joined forces with the Crusaders and Black Falcons to fight off the new enemy. Unfortunately, the Crusaders and Black Falcons were defeated, and most Forestmen fled the land. Some however, stayed to become two other factions, the Wolfpack and the Dark Forest. 作者: 光鯨 時間: 2010-11-3 23:26