002 Catalaunian Fields (451 AD) Roman Left

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5 years 1 month ago #99 by alecrespi
Historical Background
Attila had a pretext for invading Gaul....

002 Catalaunian Fields (451 AD) Roman Left

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4 years 9 months ago #129 by g1ul10
two games, the first won by Hun 7-4, the second by Roman 7-2

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4 years 3 months ago #287 by kostas63
Vittoria Unni 7-3. La battaglia si svolge inizialmente sulle due ali. Attila si spinge in avanti e respinge gli Alani senza pero' eliminarli definitivamente. Sulla destra unna I Guerrieri attaccano il centro romano ma dopo un iniziale successo vengono respinti ed eliminati. La Cavalleria Pesante gepida di Arderico interviene caricando e salva la situazione portando a casa la vittoria.

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4 years 2 weeks ago #350 by esparver73
Both sides used heavy cavalry charges to break the enemy center, with some spectacular successes, but also losing many units in the process. The Gepids withstood the Roman assault thanks to their warrior units while on the Hun left the Huns proper managed to push the Alans to the edge of the board and rout them for a 7-4 victory.

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3 years 10 months ago #374 by Rashkolnikov
In my opinion the Roman side to have a chance of victory must rearrange the troops in the first part of the game. The left/center side is under the charge of the Hun's warriors, and the two heavy troops are too weak in the first part of the battle. The three Roman HC cavalry are set too far from the other troops, it's impossible for the Alans cavalry to break into the line of Attila. Hun have to do one thing: advance.

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3 years 3 months ago #603 by Magmik
Huns win 7-4

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1 year 8 months ago #757 by serpentium
Roma 7 Unni 4

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3 months 1 week ago #921 by ozzie
Three games, all ending in Roman victories, 7-2, 7-4 and 7-6. Sangiban and his Alans with some Roman heavy cavalry in reserve destroyed the Huns in games 1 and 2 with the Roman infantry gaining the extra banners to complete the game. Attila died in 2 of the games, first in combat and then shot from long range on a double-helmet roll!  He survived the 3rd battle but was left standing on his won with his troops all dead around him.

The deployment of the Hunnic auxilia directly in front of the cavalry makes it hard for the Huns to bring their fire-power to bear. 

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