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Saturday, 4 June 2016

Hittites versus Sea People - Chariots Rampant Game




View of the table


Opposite end


Sea People advance


Hittite three crew chariots


Pelset chariots


Lukka warriors



It was a very cold, miserable and wet Saturday afternoon here today, so I thought I'd amuse myself with a solo Chariots Rampant game out in the shed. Here are few photos of the game I played between Hittites and Sea People. The Hittites won fairly convincingly although the Sea People staged a bit of a come back later on in the game.



Sea People leader gets the chop


Lukka chariots charge Hittite spearmen


Lukka warriors battered and retreating


Sea People are down to five units - two are battered


Hittite spearmen are routed by Sherden warriors  


Hittites beat the Sea People convincingly

18 comments:

  1. Your usual Great looking figures/units Mike! nice solo game report. what do you think of the Chariots Rampant rules? easy quick pace games?

    cheers,

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    1. Thanks Phil, it's fun and fast like Lion Rampant. Some turns you fail your first activation roll and that's it but that happens to both sides.

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  2. Oh Yes!
    I'm lovin' this
    Cheers

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  3. Fabulous game Cyrus, I love to see the chariots on the table.

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    1. Thanks Michael, it is always good to get the chariots out!

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  4. Oh, beatiful miniatures and great looking game!

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  5. Nice, very nice looking game with wonderful armies, love your impressive chariots...just fantastic!

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    1. Thanks Phil, I'll have to paint up more of my Libyans and Nubians and give them a run.

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  6. Looks great, Mike. Are these your own house rules or is there a cadre or enthusiasts who've shared ideas?

    Cheers,
    Aaron

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  7. Thanks Aaron, it was an article in WSS 82 with ideas for adapting the Lion Rampant rules to the bronze age. I can email you the pdf if you like? It is good fun, not too serious and doesn't require many figures...

    Cheers
    Mike

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  8. Another treat to see your chariot wars' project in action. Great stuff!

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  9. A real pleasure to view your ancients at play.
    Splendidly Painted Tiny Figures.
    Greetings from the leafy green of Fiddlewood BB

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