|Jeff and Ryan at Battle|
The seven armies:
- Warring Chin Chinese (II/4A) (See the Army on Jeff's Blog) --Jeff
- Late Ottomans (IV/55b) --Ian
- Kommenan Byzantines (IV/1)--Tony
- Late Imperial Romans (II/78)--Ryan
- Late Persians (II/7)--me
- Kappadokians (II/14)--Rob
- Galatians (II/30b)--Erin
A few snapshots follow.
I didn't manage to track all of the results, but Jeff once again dominated his games. He also helped teach Erin, playing his Chin Chinese against the Galatians.
|Chin Army engages Galatians|
Ian and Tony's game resulted in a major engagement on the Kappadokian's flank. The Kappadokian camp is the yellow square.
|Kappadokians battle Ottomans|
Ryan lost three games against Jeff, Tony, and Ian, but he beat me. Roman Blades chopped up the Persians rather quickly.
|Persians and Romans advance|
Ryan eventually lost to Ian's Ottomans; however, his Light Horse managed to impel a flank attack during the bout.
|Ottoman Horse Recoil from Roman Light Cavalry|
My Persians lost against the Romans and Byzantines, but I managed to beat Rob in a difficult match, thanks to great dice rolls. Rob places a river down the center of the board, rated as ordinary. It really complicated maneuver.
|Kappadokians Cross the River|
Ian aggressively engaged Tony's Byzantines, but I didn't catch the final result.
|Byzantines Vs. Ottomans|
Jeff, we will all miss your extensive DBA knowledge, organizational skills, inspirational painting, and sportmanship. Best of luck in San Antonio!