AC03 Haliartus (395 BC)

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Victory Results:
 50 %
Record a victory for BOTTOM ARMY  50 %
Total plays 2 - Last reported by GF1954 on 2019-09-24 01:46:28

Historical Background
The Battle of Haliartus was fought in 395 BC between Sparta and Thebes. The Thebans defeated a Spartan force attempting to seize the town of Haliartus, killing the Spartan leader Lysander. The battle marked the start of the Corinthian War, which continued until 387 BC.
The stage is set. The battle lines are drawn and you are in command. The rest is history.

War Council

Theban Army
Leader: unknown
Take 5 Command Cards      .

Spartan Army
Leader: Lysander, Pausanias
Take 4 Command Cards     .
Move First

7 Banners.

Special Rules
- Theban Units inside the Forest remain unvisible to Spartan Army until one of that Theban units move.
Consider Left and Right as separete groups of units (if only 1 unit moves, units behind other forest remain hidden).

- Pausanias Army come into play using a "Inspired Leadership" card. Refer to the section specified on that card to deploy units in the appropriate section. (Left, Center or Right). Deploy costs 1 movement point but you consider all 6 units + Leader activated (despite number on "Inspired Leadership" card).


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GF1954 replied the topic: #3136 1 year 3 months ago
2 solitaire. In the first, the Spartans won 7 - 4. In that game, the Thebans came off the ramparts and on hindsight, was a mistake. In the second game, the Thebans w 7 -4, this time letting the ambush forces do the brunt of the fighting. As a matter of fact, the Thebans by staying on the ramparts only lost 2 blocks there and were never theatened.

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