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ML01 Alesia I (52 BC)

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ALESIA I - 52 BC
Initial cavalry battle (before Alésia)

Gauls vs Romans

Historical Background
Scenario 1: From 9 to 18 July: Initial Cavalry Combat. Approximately 15,000 Gallic horse that were hidden behind a hill attacked the column of Roman legionaries (70 000 men). Riders are divided into three main bodies: the first one on the head of the column, the 2 others on the flanks. 80,000 Gallic await behind a river, ready to complete the success of their cavalry. 3,000 are killed after the initial cavalry fighting (after rout of the cavalry). 10 000 Roman riders and Germanic mercenaries counter-attack and repel the Gallic cavalry.
The stage is set. The battle lines are drawn and you are in command. Can you change history?

War Council

Gallic Army
• Commander: Vercingetorix Eporedorix (about 80,000 men behind a river, and about 15,000 riders attacking the Romans in a plain after hiding behind the hills - divided into three main bodies: the first on the head of the column, the 2 others on the sides).
• 5 Command Cards
• Moves first (surprise)

Roman Army
• Commander: Caesar, Antoine (about 70,000 foot soldiers (12 legions), in column (stretched, running), and 10 000 Roman riders and Germanic mercenaries (good level).
• 5 Command Cards

Victory
8 Banners

Special Rules
-The Rivers (la Brenne) are fordable.
-Each player plays from his board edge (noted Roman or Gallic army). The Roman army is in center of the board, and the Gallic army is in front of it and on the 2 sides (flanks).
-Ability To play the 6 scenarios in succession and note the points to see who wins the "campaign" (of the battle of Alesia). Add all the banners for all (the 6) scenarios for this.
-replace the Carthaginians by a Gallic Army (barbarians, green blocks)

 

Tags: Michael Lagarde

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