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Godendag- the end of an error…..

You instinctively know sometimes that you are outclassed. Our last game was against the veteran players Nik Sharpe and Dave Handley with their Roman/Armenian combination. There was a faint glimmer of hope as we had faced off this army before. However, we were up against professionals……
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The Northern duo placed heavy Roman horse on their right wing, beside legions of”full fat” heavy swordsmen, Armoured and supported. In the centre were the Armenian cataphracts but to their left were supporting Armenian bow and spearmen. Could our infamous five corps cavalry charge sweep this lot away?

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Confusion in the centre as the legions crush the Persians

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Even the light infantry are tough

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Huns are still a match for mounted Romans though

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The Persian home guard are called forward

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Five corps may not be enogh

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These Armenians would hold against our cavalry horde

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I think it may be time to seek a new employer

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Defeat but still three places from the bottom

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And sixteen from the top!

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The wild ramblings of an infamous wit and wargames guru. One of nature's true gentlemen who devotes his time to the care of his two sons, i.e. watching episodes of Peppa Pig together, and recreating great moments of military history using toy soldiers. Currently a leading light in The Collectivo Despertaferres wargames and duelling association who meet regularly at Firestorm Games ( formerly Ali Baba's Carpet Warehouse). Find me also on Facebook "Despertaferres"!

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