Kingmaker : Champions of Khyber Mundi
Skal den renames : ( også bare fordi en af senere skal have tilnavnet Lion of the Panjshir, og den person skal så have leadership og have en cohort der hedder Abdul Rashid Dustoum !!!)
Panjshir (Persian: پنجشیر, literally “Five Lions”, also spelled as Panjsher) is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan. Containing the Panjshir Valley, in April 2004 it was created from parts of Parwan Province, which now lies along its southwestern border. Panjshir’s population is about 139,000 and its area is 3,610 square kilometers. Its capital is the town of Bazarak.
Panjshir province is renowned for having resisted the Soviet occupation in the 1980s, due to its difficult terrain and the brilliant leadership of Ahmed Shah Massoud, the so-called “Lion of the Panjshir”. Massoud was killed by an al-Qaeda assassin in September 2001, two days before the 9-11 attacks on the United States. Panjshir is one of Afghanistan’s most secure provinces and is not subject to the level of violence and insurgency found elsewhere in the country.