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John Murphy
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 25, 2011 11:42 pm    Post subject: Fictional Greeks and Romans

The Glorious All-Conquering Army of King Xanelardos, Blessed of the Gods, disembarked from the boats after a rough sea crossing. "The usual suspects and hostages" were sent off to forage and scout the nearby mountain passes while the Army core gathered on the nearby narrow plain and commenced its march up a river close at hand.

Xanelardos
2 cmds, 22 units, 1600 pts, 47 sct
1 cinc 2E Reg A HC L @ 140 pts [companion, special cinc]
2 units 2E Reg A HC L @ 70 pts [companion]
2 units 2E Reg B LC L @ 38 pts
3 units 2E Reg B HC JLS @ 64 pts [1.5 rank]
1 unit 2E Reg C HC JLS @ 58 pts
1 unit 2E Irr B LC JLS @ 45 pts [1.5 rank]
1 unit 2E Irr C LC JLS @ 41 pts [1.5 rank]
2 units 4E Reg 1A/3B 1LHI/3LMI LTS,Sh @ 102 pts [hypaspist]
1 sub 4E Reg 1A/3C 1HI/3MI P,Sh @ 122 pts [phalangite]
5 units 4E Reg C 1HI/3MI P,Sh @ 82 pts [phalangite]
1 unit 6E Reg C LI JLS,Sh @ 58 pts
1 unit 6E Reg C LI B @ 46 pts
1 unit 6E Reg C LI B,Sh @ 58 pts

The Senate and the People received the reports of this invasion and ordered up this year's unlucky Consuls to take each of their Red Armies of Workers and Peasants, and Sometimes Reluctant Allies, meet up in the field, and push the invaders back into the sea. The Consuls had complete confidence that their established military system and bountiful manpower would prevail on their sacred soil, and, if not, well, there were always next year's Consuls.

As the two armies drew near and encamped, it appeared battle would be offered and accepted the following day, with Psicoi Faricanus taking his daily turn at command of the combined Red Armies of Workers and Peasants, and Sometimes Reluctant Allies.

Psicoi Faricanus
2 cmds, 30 units, 2289 pts, 20 sct
1 cinc 2E Reg A/B HC JLS,Sh @ 155 pts
1 sub 2E Reg A/B HC JLS,Sh @ 105 pts
2 units 2E Reg B HC JLS,Sh @ 76 pts
4 units 4E Reg C MI HTW,Sh @ 74 pts [roman]
4 units 4E Reg C HI LTS,Sh @ 106 pts [roman]
4 units 2E Reg B HI LTS,Sh @ 66 pts [roman]
6 units 4E Reg C LI JLS,Sh @ 42 pts [roman leves/velites]
7 units 4E Reg C LMI JLS,Sh @ 74 pts
1 unit 4E Reg B LHI JLS,Sh @ 122 pts

Being outnumbered by about 3:2 on foreign soil was not the sort of thing to deter the Glorious All-Conquering Army of King Xanelardos, Blessed of the Gods. The sacrifices were offered, omens read, and as always interpreted to indicate yet another upcoming victory.

The armies broke camp and began to deploy on the field of battle.

(after-action report coming next...)
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2011 3:06 pm    Post subject:

Sacrifices indicated lots of 6s would be rolled for combat and lots of 1s for approach moves. Cool

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:39 am    Post subject:

I wait with baited breath !!!!!!!! Exclamation
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2011 11:15 am    Post subject:

[quote="Ed Kollmer"]I wait with baited breath !!!!!!!! :!:
Ed the Byzantinophil Kollmer[/quote]Heh... coming soon, but _man_ that is a lot of Roman foot, even lined up in aces triplex (one of those Yale guys will have to correct my Latin)...
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 28, 2011 12:53 am    Post subject:

I don't thiink yale guys know latin Laughing I think they know Greek. Since everything they say is "Greek to me" Laughing
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 01, 2011 6:08 pm    Post subject:

Lux et veritas, pal.

Where is The Greek these days, anyway?
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PostPosted: Sun Jul 03, 2011 1:30 am    Post subject:

Touchee''

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