Woe.. Work's been taken it's toll lately, so here's a quick update. Here's our Hussite Army, it did do rather well in one of our earlier games. Lots of War Wagons, just don't go charging your Knights into them....
IV/80 Hussite 1419-1434 AD & 1464-1471 AD 1x3Kn or 4Bd(Gen), 1x2Lh, 5xWWg, 4x4Bd, 1xArt
General Mago visits Gaul with his band of merry men, unfortunately for the Carthaginians snow has fallen early. Makes for a nice setting to Round 5 of our Punic Campaign. Jack played the Gallic Army & went with Light Chariots. Yours truly the Carthaginians & both Jumbo options. To spice things up, we agreed that the Carthaginians were not allowed to field any Warband. (Jack insisted that all the Gallic Warbands would not fight for Carthage against Gaul!). Instead Carthage had 4 elements of Psiloi.
Terrain consisted of a River Valley, one side dominated by a hill, the other a large wood. Two small patches of rough ran side by side with the river.
The Carthaginian plan was to simply hammer the Gauls. The Gallic plan was to use the Chariots a fast attack wing, while holding the centre with the Gallic Warbands.