Imagine you are a great general of a Roman army. Your army and you are stationed on a frozen tundra, facing and adversary
of 10,000 enemy soldiers, with only 4,500 men. You have two choices facing you: Retreat now, face a demotion and shame from
your country, or move foward and attempt to lay waste to the advancing enemy. You know you lack the time to make such a durastic
decision, so you order your choice quickly. Attack.