Castle Warfare Mining

A siege against a castle is when the enemy of the castle will attack but first they have to camp out. Then the castle will wait until they run out of food and water. Once the enemy runs out of food and water they will then fight. The enemy will then be starving and thirsty and they might die.

?Mining is one of the ways attackers can get inside a castle. Mining is when you dig a tunnel under the walls of the castle. Then they would make a fire which will loosen the bricks so that the wall will collapse. This is an effective way for the enemy to get in the castle.


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