Sunday, July 22, 2007

The Legions advance (campaign 56)

With the Legions striding towards each other Secundus launches his master plan and gives the order for the Celtic and Sarmation Cavalry to charge. However, the broken ground prevented the two squadrons from joining properly and the head strong Celts saw their chance of taking all the glory. The Celts set off with a British war-cry, before Stuba had even dressed his ranks. Secundus watched in horror as his lightly armoured Celtic cavalry charged the Tullus line, way out in front of any supporting troops. Still, thought Secundus the rashness of the Celtic charge can sometimes bring victory, who knows they might just pull it off.

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