This battle is foremost known as the battle that made General Stumpsters career, and the one that cost him his legs. The battle was for a vital town by the name of El Armin, which had been siezed by the Celts from the vikings close to two weeks before. A Viking counter attack almost completely obliterated the garrison and routed the commanding officer. Only Stumpster (Then a corporal) stayed to organise the cities defense. Under his leadership the city was held for another week and many soldiers were able to escape.