A series of adventures set in Europe 1121 AD.
From the Publisher:
After the fall of Rome in 476 A.D. many towns disappeared along with the trade as the countryside changed into an agricultural economy.
Trade gradually recovered after the 8th century. Towns grew again, many appearing alongside castles of the rulers. Many cities became large and powerful and some even gained independence.
Prosperous towns began to ban together into leagues for protection and formed their own armies.
One of the strongest of these was the Hanseatic League, which came into existence during the 12th century. The Hanseatic League included the cities of Cologne, Bremen, Dortmund, Hamburg and Lubeck.
Chivalry & Knighthood
Chivalry was a term used to describe how a Christian knight should behave. The middle ages witnessed a growth in romance and courtly love (courtesy), which was reflected in the code of chivalry.
Charlemagne devised a Code of Chivalry in the 8th Century which was used as a model for knights throughout Europe.