End of T6 and scratch one unit of elephants.
It had been a close run thing, with both sides throwing a six on their cohesion tests.
The Sassanids found themselves in a traffic jam on their right, where their major thrust was having trouble getting its superior numbers to bear against some lucky Greeks.
At this point we called it quits. I was all for fighting on, but the Sassanids were disgruntled with the skewering of their elephants. There was mention of the RSPCA...
With 15mm, U=1cm and that can be a bit fiddly compared with the 1/72nd scale games were U=1 inch (or 25.4mm).
The 1/72nd scale frontage is 120mm which gives a ratio of U to frontage of 1 to 4.72, while for 15mm with a frontage of 80mm the ratio is 1 to 8. If the same ratio is applied to 15mm U should be about 17mm. Without making up special measuring sticks, could try U=2cm. I must research the Impetus forum.
Yes, fiddly, and glacial, compared to 1U = 1 inch.ReplyDelete
As deployment is based on being 30U away from centre line, it shouldn't be slower, however when crossing the front it certainly is. I've posted a question in the Impetus forum and waiting to see if I get a response.Delete