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306 Bibracte (58 BC)

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10 years 4 months ago #81 by admin
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8 years 2 months ago #933 by Freeloading-Phill
Looking at this scenario I wonder if it's supposed to have the Tenth Legion rules in it's Special Rules section.
They are labelled on the map.

Phill

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8 years 2 months ago #937 by MasterChief
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NRBH - but I think Expansion 4 helps clarify that by making all Medium and Heavy Infantry under Julian Rules able to move 2 hexes (and not battle) - which I think is all the 10th Legion lets you do.

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8 years 2 months ago #938 by Freeloading-Phill
Aha, that's it. In Marian Legion scenarios they need special unit rules but not under Julian Legion rules.

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Phill

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2 years 8 months ago #1521 by mmccalpin
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Just managed a hard-fought Roman victory in spite of losing Caesar. Caesar had already provided a thumping battleback to the Helvetii (five swords and a helmet!). The final score was 7-4 but the game was much more back-and-forth than is implied by the difference. The Helvetii whiffed an attack and their fresh medium cavalry unit was destroyed by another in the battleback. Good times.

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2 months 1 week ago #2649 by Valvorik
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Caeser got late into action, the barbarian units did fairly well and a left flank party rolled up the Romans, despite them having line advances, then successive Medium orders broke Roman centre and disordered their lines making for some pickings, for a Helvetti victory of 7 to 4 over Rome

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2 months 2 days ago #2667 by Valvorik
Replied by Valvorik on topic 306 Bibracte (58 BC)
Two victories for Rome, one close 7-6 (barbarians did well on the flanks) and one route 7-0 (Caesar lead charge and destroyed both barbarian camps)

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