Played out several times with players changing sides. The unnamed Greek general twice launched an attack on the Carducian troops in the bottom right-hand corner and both times took heavy casualties. The Greeks in the end found it easier to win by just concentrating on destroying enough of the two Carducian forces which forced the Persian side to keep trying to protect these rather than destroying the Greeks on the Armenian side of the river. The Victory Banner total was too generous towards the Greeks. A suggested improvement was for the Greeks to destroy 7 Armenian units thereby forcing the Greeks to concentrate on getting over the river (which was the point of the exercise). This would force the Persian player to put his efforts towards getting the Armenians into position but to still harass with the Carducians to slow Greeks down. Still, a fun and interesting scenario and one we will play again.
Played recently with stormwalker as part of Spartan Hegemony campaign (10 scenarios, so far 5 played).
This is crazy scenario and so was our game. I was hard pressed in the center and was not able to bring reinforcements who can harass Spartans in enough quantities. Fully deserved win by Marcin.