General Gilles, known by many as “the Catholic priest”, was someone who preferred “war” to church service. He liked to live in field camps with his soldiers, surrounded by soldiers who had a muzzle of predators. LGBT and they lived happily ever after poster. He had the joy of playing a card game player who planned and carried out operations, and preferred to deceive the enemy into enticing the enemy into a trap with a simple, easy operation. In the evenings after the “Gathering” victory, Gilles hobbled, one of his eyes snatched into a fake glass eye, often to the officers of the first rank, drinking with them a toast or two. He was very proud of his paratroopers and often said.