In this battle, terrain didn't affect the results, but you can see there wasn't much on the board. I played defender and kept the table open in hopes of giving myself some maneuver room. Of course, the benefit was mutual with these two armies.
After moving forward in a more organized manner this time, I launched the kamikaze Scythed Chariot (pardon the historical analogy incongruity). It failed me.
|Here is the plan: Charge and then jump out at the last minute.|
After a few rounds of maneuvering and being shot at, my Knights rashly charged the Bow. The force included my General, and both were quick killed. Game over!
|Bows QK the General and his Escort - dumb tactical move...|
The final disposition of forces is depicted below: Losses: Seleucids 3 (with Gen and Sch), Arabs - 0.