8-6 Romans. A cavalry attack on the Roman left was initially successful, but countered by Roman horse and Legio X, and then petered out into a stalemate after Legio X lost half its force. Gauls formed line behind the river after one initial attempt to cross, and the Romans formed line also, while Labeienus moved towards the camp with what was left of Legio X, countered by warriors and auxilia. Caesar took an arrow in the eye, and it became clear the Romans were going nowhere near the water, so with a I am Spartacus, two line commands and a Clash of Shields in reserve, the Gaul line went into the water for the final showdown. Sadly, that was the turn that Labienus and his one weakened Legio X unit broke through the weakeneed Gaul right and were a turn away from entering the empty camp, while the Gauls lost one unit in the water allowing a Roman win before they got the opportunity to play a Clash of Shields. Closer than expected, and fun. Some other dude will have to start a civil war and create the Empire.