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Sunday, 9 April 2017

New Kingdom Egyptians versus Sea People - ADLG Game



View of the table with both armies deployed


View from the Egyptian lines


Sea People army


New Kingdom Egyptian army


Both armies advance


Last Sunday morning Gary and I met at the Vikings Club for a 100 point L'Art de la Guerre (ADLG) game between New Kingdom Egyptians and Sea People. It was a very easy victory for the Egyptians commanded by Gary. He was able to rout the Sea People chariots and then roll up the left flank of the Sea People horde with some casualties, but no loss of units. I spent 3 command points a turn to restrain my impetuous troops from uncontrolled charges and disorder, all to no avail! Craig arrived at lunch time with his 15mm ECW and in the afternoon we played a game of Pikeman's Lament. I'll put the photos of this game in a separate, later post.



Egyptian chariots and archers shoot 


Sea People chariots charge


Casualties mount


Sea People's left flank is rolled up


Egyptian commander exhorts his victorious troops

12 comments:

  1. It looks like an epic game Cyrus and sorry to hear about the missing photographs, I hope they show up again soon.

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    1. Thanks Michael, I'm sure they will show up at some point.

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  2. Once again I am relly impressed by the quality of your armies, superb...got the same problems with some photos with Photobucket ...

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    1. Thanks Phil, it seems to be a widespread problem with Photobucket, I hope they sort it out soon...

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  3. Cool looking game Cyrus! The figures are impressive too.

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  4. Two terrific looking armies and a pleasing gaming spectacle. Maybe next time the Sea People can snatch a victory?

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    1. Thanks Jonathan, I'll have to work out a way to use impetuous troops more effectively.

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  5. Great looking game. Very colourful looking armies. Sea Peoples are one of favourite armies.

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    1. Thanks Colin, the Sea People are definitely one of my favourite armies too, really colourful and varied!

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