|3000 BC - Cited for bravery.
Wandering nonchalantly north, and noticing the weakness in the French defense, we make a stab for greatness. The battle for Paris is two v. two; one enemy warrior in the town and one in the forest.
We lose one warrior, but we have captured the French capital! We are out of range of the other enemy warrior allowing time to heal and fortify. Our surviving warrior is promoted to veteran for bravery. Our diplomats will sue for peace at the first opportunity. France will never again be a threat to our people.
Meanwhile, Washington is producing the first of many settlers. Notice that there is no defending unit in Washington, which made the daring attack on Paris possible. The incense keeps the population happy, so military police are not required as yet.