Pugnato proelio in Germanum, M. Appius vagatur in silvam Brittaniae. Marco gladiusque scutum et equus fuerat sed amicus, L. Sulla, armaque virtute careuit. Dicerunt sullam imbecillum quoniam arma caruit esse sed vente dracone magnum videndus. In silvam quinque die ambulant ut monstrum invenirent sed repente sexta die eosque petivit invenit. Appius, demittentes armas, fugit itaque Sulla unum in draconem stetit. Draco neglexit Sullamque Appium edit. Deinde cohortem visit et â€œVelâ€ inquit â€œFuge vel te brevitissime consumamque nemo narrabim, Aut confuge aut excide.â€ Sulla gladioque scuto pugnavit et magna cum virtute monsterum in certamen superavit sed manui nocitae erat. Unguis draconis manum semper mutilam fecit. Pius victorem fuerat.
I am also going to be kind enough to provide you with what I was attempting to convey (on a most literal level.)
With the battling in Germany having been fought, Marcus Appius wandered in a forest of Britian. Marcus had a sword and a shield and a horse but his friend, Lucius Sulla, lacked arms and courage. They said that Sulla was weak because he lacked arms but with the dragon having come he seemed great. They walked in the forest for 5 days with the purpose of discovering the monster but suddenly on the sixth day it discovered them and it attacked. Appius, dropping his arms, fled and so Sulla alone stood against the dragon. The Dragon ignored Sulla and ate Appius. Then he saw the cohort and said â€œEither flee or I will burn you up most quickly and tell no one, either run for safety or perish!â€ Sulla fought with the sword and shield and with great courage he overcame the monster in the struggle but injured his hand. The claw of the dragon had made the hand forever mutilated. The loyal man had conquered.