3 good and different games with a 2-1 to the Boeotians. The first game had a Boeotian left-wing attack with the hoplites and combined cavalry routing the Athenian right to secure victory, but at 6-5 banners. The 2nd game was a more desultory skirmish and attrition with the Boeotian right piling in to secure victory, again 6-5. The third game was an all-out hoplite onslaught by both sides resulting in a decimation of both sides' citizen troops. At 4-5 against the Athenians, and with hoplites now thin on the battlefield, the Athenians concentrated their skirmishers against a wounded Boeotian hoplite unit led by Pagondas and eventuall took down the hoplites with javelin fire and then Pagondas himself to secure victory 6-5 to the Athenians. A very balanced scenario.
I had a good start at the Athenians, up 2-0, until an entire Hoplite unit and Alcibiades were killed in one attack, tying the score. The next Boeotian play was a Mounted Charge, and it got ugly quick after that.