Strange scenario this one. Why would the Spartans leave the defensive wall? The Persians simply fire their (relatively) ineffective range combat troops at them and the game is a bit boring. Both sides seem to simply wait for the flanking attack to get the battle started.
Hang on, isn't that what actually happened?
Perhaps a time limit should be applied to encourage the Persian infantry forward?
Better yet, if Sparta gets \"mounted charge\", play it and wipe out the front rank of Persian auxilia! With the right cards, the Spartans can juggernaut across the map and destroy the Persians in an open fight. They don't need the wall!
We've been playing yesterday :
The score :
10 - 6
10 - 9
The Persians won the 2 games.
Greeks have to leave the wall to smash the Persians.
If they stand and wait, the Persians only have to shoot with their light troops to weak the hoplites.
A line of hoplites advancing with a mounted charge will cause great damages against persian auxilia troops...