I've made a fic that starts off with a prologue chapter. It details the last stand of the Australian Defence Force against the might of the Britannian Empire. It focuses on the Protagonist's Father, a Captain in the ADF as he trys to defend the evacuation forces against a overwhelming power. I want to know if this is a good way to end it. - His squad is either wounded (they are sent to evacuate as well), or are killed alongside him. - He takes out a lot of enemy soldiers and vehicles, until he can't fight anymore. - Then the enemy commander arrives and, being a arrogant Knight (it makes sense in context), decides to challenge him to a one on one duel. Seeing him as a worthy opponent. - He puts a condition on the duel; If Black survives for more then a minute, the evacuation convoy won't get blown away." - Black accepts. - Naturally after a epic battle between two men he dies, and the Britannian commander is victorious. -Thus ends the invasion of Australia, and then begins the occupation of it. So is this a good and unique way to end it?