102 Himera (480 BC)

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15 years 10 months ago - 15 years 10 months ago #33 by alecrespi
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15 years 5 months ago #314 by alecrespi
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FAQs present for this scenario. CLICK HERE to read.

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13 years 10 months ago #832 by generale1964
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The medium cavalry unit image with the Greek leader Eumachus is not correct.
What does this mean?
There isn't mediun cavalry?
The medium cavalry is Carthaginian unit?
There isn't leader?
If anyone can answer me.
Thanks.
Andrea

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13 years 10 months ago #846 by alecrespi
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This is the official answer from Mr Anthony Curtis (GMT GAMES):

Eumachus is Syracusan. The battle opened with a surprise attack by Eumachus and his force inside the Carthaginian camp. The set-up is correct.

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13 years 10 months ago #847 by generale1964
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Thanks Ale.
Andrea

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4 years 2 months ago #3215 by RiverWanderer
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The FAQ link from 11 years ago is broken. Here is the correct link www.commandsandcolors.net/ancients/the-g...astern-kingdoms.html
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2 years 11 months ago #3907 by clavain
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6-2 Syracusan. If the sneak attach MC kill Hamilcar and then kill or severely damage another unit on the Carthaginian left (which is what happened in this game) very difficult for Carthage to recover from that.

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2 years 3 weeks ago #4220 by Dionysius of Omaha
In our game the initial cavalry assault on Hamilcar's camp was a dismal failure. Hamilcar survived, then Terillus took out the Syracusan left flank. Action then migrated to a vicious struggle for the center. The Greeks made a comeback, but then the dice rolls favored the Punic army. Carthage held on to win 6 to 5 after 13 turns. Interesting scenario!

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