The game I selected to play the battle was Dawn of Battle, designed by Mike Nagel and published by Worthington.
The interaction with the social media was regarding Roman army command decisions at high level.
This past week ( during Feb. 2022 ) I’ve had the enjoyment of engaging with a Vassal play (hotseat) of Flying Colours with a colleague that never played the game nor does play tabletop wargames of any kind
What best way to say “Good morning! Rome loves you all!” than a devastating hail of javelins.
pictorial review of a play through of the wargame – War of the Triple Alliance
This scenario is part of the By Shot, Shock and Faith, published by Hexasim.
Original title – Par le Feu, le Fer at la Foi.
Designed by Phillipe Hardy
Great game and easy flow. We did check rules a lot but next time we are good to fly through.
455 AD – This year Hengest and Horsa fought with Wurtgern the king on the spot that is called Aylesford. – the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (Ingram’s)
June 6 1944. Somewhere in Normandy. Part 3
June 6 1944. Somewhere in Normandy. Part 2
two US Army infantry squads progressing inland to secure a road, ahead of the armour coming out of Utah beach, at the same time that two German squads are ordered to the deploy an artillery spotting outpost at that same location