This army will feature lots of browns, black, gray, gun-metal silver and blues.
EDIT: November 2, 2014 - This project was cancelled in favor of the Battles of Westeros game.
|Bravo AR Co, 1st ARBN, 188th RCT.|
|Tankettes at 1' o'clock with the M44 soldier at 12.|
|His Excellency the Count of Bragdenburg-Gotha|
|The 22nd New York Militia, American Civil War|
|Centurions rally the men to repel the attackers.|
|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.|
|Caesars plan here was to deploy his skirmishers in|
an ambush-counter attack for the chariot in the left forest.
While he would lead his cavalry to destroy the other.
Once both were destroyed both his skirmishers and his cavalry
would attack the main Aurok line which would be in heavy
fighting with the main line of the 7th.
|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.|
|The Auroks from the Hellion Tribe.|
|Closer view of the Auroks line.|
|The battlefield consisted of 3 terrain elements of difficult ground spread|
in a line so as to give each board quarter one element of terrain.
|The Auroks and Jovians advance.|
|The VII halts their advance while the Auroks|
continue their drive.
|The Auroks cover the hill. |
The Aurok chieftan can be seen with his cavalry
bodyguard behind the hill.
|View from the back of the Jovian line.|
|The Jovian Legionnaires push back the Aurok chariots.|
While the cavalry moves to flank them.
|Finally the Jovian Cavalry gets in on the action!|
This proved too much for the charioteers.
|The main battle line began to form, the Jovian|
skirmishers were quickly dispersed.
|The Jovian Light Foot kept up the pressure on the|
Aurok warband in upper part of picture.
While the Jovian Heavy Foot though pushed
back where able to come back and
take out the enemy warband to their front.
|Final moments of the battle.|
|The Jovian Auxiliary proved themselves as capable|
fighters as their legionnaire brothers!
For this action Caesar would later grant them
full Jovian citizenship and made them all legionnaires.
|The battlefield becomes a chaotic bloody mess.|
|The Jovian cavalry commander Lucentus Pivotus|
holds his force back.
Caesar had reckoned him to be a good soldier,
based on the mans past service but todays action
cast a pale shadow over his career.
After the battle Lucentus was quietly retired
by Caesar and sent back to Jove accompanying
the carts of slaves taken from the battle.
|Auork chariots allowed themselves to be caught|
between the Jovian Heavy Foot and difficult ground!
|At last the battle has ended, Jovia Victor!|
Caesar praised his men for their gallantry and
allowed them to sack a nearby Jovian village
for plunder and slaves.