The gates fell to the wretched beasts. Their metal and fire rams broke the gate, left with no one to defend it. No one but Lucius. He had managed to, somehow, get the soldiers to fall back, covering other areas and to stop attacking him. When the orcs began to rush through the gates, they where met with a large slab of stone, fallen from the battlements. Next to Lucius was a pile of stone, larger then him. As orcs tried to go through the gate, Lucius throw stones at them at such an intensity they one stone was able to kill five orcs, or three trolls. A single rock tore through the chest of one troll, covering the stone in the gore of the orc, only to smash into the faceplate of another, mutilating it's face into something even more horrific then before. Some of the more heavier armored orcs tried to advance, but the only way through was past Lucius, and he eliminated them with ease. Even the Armored trolls, clad in steel plates with their large blades, could not stand against a well-placed punch though their large bodies. Before long, the orcs were forced to find an alternative route, as the front gates where now clogged with the dead bodies of orcs and trolls, who made up a new wall that covered the destroyed gates, curiosity of Lucius. After driving them away from the gates using the body of their fallen allies, Lucius stacked the bodies of orcs and trolls, and began to construct a new wall of flesh; body upon body, Lucius made a wall ten feet thick of the fallen, their dead flesh absorbing the blows of arrows, and the orcish rams managed only to jam themselves in the fat and muscle of the dead.
After amassing a suitable wall of corpses to hold off the impending horde, Lucius took the time to redress himself; he added more corpses, flaying the flesh of trolls and placing them over the torn and worn flesh of the trolls before. He used their remaining organs to tied the new flesh in place, and to hang orcs, some dead, most still alive, between the bits of flesh. The screams of the orcs started to annoy him, but they would be silenced soon enough. Blood splashed onto the ground as Lucius got to work, also from the wall of flesh as the orcs began to tear their way through it.