MD14 - Ahmed Khel - 19 April 1880

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Historical Overview
The Battle of Ahmed Khel was fought between the British Empire with its British and Indian armies and the Afghans on the road between Kandahar and Kabul on 19 April 1880 in what now is the country of Afghanistan. The battle ended in a British victory. This battle occurred during General Donald Stewart's march from Kandahar to Ghazni, then on to Kabul.
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The stage is set, the battle lines are drawn, and you are in command. The rest is history.

Set-Up Order

Woods x
Hills x


British Troops
General Sir Donald Stewart
6 Command cards



Afghan Tribes
Unknown Tribal Leaders
6 Command cards
Move first



7 Banners

Special Rules 
- Cross sabers hits only in melee

British Army:

- British Gurkhas: The british unit on the center-left (with british badge) are Gurkhas. They may ignore 1 flag and ignores terrain battle restrictions in close combat.
- Horse Artillery: The british horse artillery may move 0-1 and battles with 4-3-2-1 or move 2 and no battle.
- British Rifles: The british unit on the left (single picture unit) with 3 figures battles 2-2-2-2. If they don’t move, they also hit on XSW.

Afghan Army:

- Tribes with swords: - Strength 5 figures - Move 0-1 and battle 3-2-1 OR move 2 without battle
- Tribes with muskets: - Strength 4 figures - Move 1 and battle 3-2-1 OR don´t move and battle 4-3-2-1

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