|Centurions rally the men to repel the attackers.|
Once they had returned to their camp, the legions doctors and medical staff tirelessly went to work to save Caesar. He lay in bed unconscious for 3 days, awaking on the 4th to find that the battle had been very costly to both sides. Caesar ordered Quintus to break up the camp and return to their Fort at Baccus. Caesar needed to recruit more men for his legions.
|Aurok chariots race from their hiding spots to attack the Jovian line.|
|Geteraix's Army lined up for battle.|
|The VII Legion with 2 skirmishers held in reserve.|
|Jovian skirmishers pop out from hiding and hit the Aurok chariots.|
|The other chariot force brings early casualties to Caesars own bodyguard cavalry.|
|First loss an element of Jovian skirmishers.|
|Chariots slam home their attack pushing Caesars command|
element back into his 2 cavalry elements.
|The Auxiliary and skirmishers meet up to attack the Aurok|
chariot and warband.
|Chariot element destroyed.|
|On the other side of the battlefield the other Jovian Auxiliary force slowly|
grinds away an Aurok warband.
|Final disposition and notes.|
Loss of skirmishers does not effect the win or loss tally however they still effect the army's cohesion number. Much quicker battle, rules still need some tinkering.