In Henry the Fifth's time, a medieval battle with swords and spears which was fought on a freshly plowed farm field during a rainstorm. The knights got quite muddy, and many had their throats cut and were left to die in the juicy mud. And some of the knights went barefoot with cloth on instead of metal armor. One of the knights was a victim of a synchronized stabbing.
Watching the battle of Agincourt will give someone with a mud fetish a hard-on.

One of the guys was drowned in the mud by a guy in a suit of armor during the battle of Agincourt.
by Wm. Wallace The Freedom Fighter December 24, 2007

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