The Veneti warrior looked over the remains of the battlefield. There were a few score dead or dying Turks and only a handful of injured Veneti. The battle had gone exceedingly well but unfortunately most of the Turk raiders had fled their encampment to the plains beyond without even a fight. That was the way of the cowardly Turks to prey upon old women when no one else was around but to flee when confronted by a real warrior.
Ever since Venetia was founded over 8 generations ago, the Turkish hill raiders had harrassed it's borders stealing piglets and raping women. The Turks were puny little men, poorly fed and cowardly however that had made them good at hiding and difficult to expel from Veneti's border of forested hills.
The effort to truly expunge the Turks from Venetia borders had begun a few generations ago after Turk raiders had raided the swineholds forcing most of the Parisii migrant workers to flee to Venetia. Some of the elderly Parisii women were not quick enough to flee and were ravaged by the Turks. The story is told that even some of the sows were violated as the Turks found them more attractive then their own women.
The Battle of Pigs, as it has become called, was short and quick much like a Turk penis. Before the menfolk could even cross the fields to avenge their grandmothers, the Turks had finished their violations and fled back into the hills. Since that day, the swineholds have been abandoned with many boars now roaming the valley freely. The valley has become known as the Valley of Death for the frequent skirmishes between the Veneti warriors and the Turk raiders.
This decisive victory however had pushed the Turk raiders out of the hills however and it was doubtful that they would return to these hills unless they were truly prepared for war.