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Gilbert Collins
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A friend and I tried the "Siege of Troy" scenario yesterday. We utilized the 'close' set up whereby each army sets up on either side of the Scamander River.

We were struck by the fact that the Greek "Wing" commanders were named on the counters and the Trojans were not. Does not this make a difference in the scenario? This is because when you pull the "Action Chits" the commanders ARE named. We got around this by writing down on a piece of paper which counter (Left, right, or centre) was the named commander.

Is this an error or are we missing something? Since this scenario is a 'one of its kind' we were curious as to why the Trojan commanders were not named. Or was this just an oversight??? Curious??
 
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It's a known counter errata:

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"The three Trojan Commanders are missing their names. The 6-3 is Aeneus; the 6-2 with a
Combat/Stamina of 6/6 is Sarpedon; the 6-2 with a Combat/Stamina of 5/6 is Acamas."


C3i # 24 has replacements.
 
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