Like Tom Vasel stated, the Romans were greatly favored in
our first two games.
1. Maybe the Celts have some tricky traits that balance
later games with experience?
2. Should Celts place 2nd but attack first to gain an advantage?
3. Would giving the Celts extra start points or command points
4. How many?
5. Is playing both ways and totalling the scores the only way?
6. Has anyone tried using two copies for Roman v Roman or
Celt v Celt games?
Fantastic simple game, look forward to more historical armies!
- Last edited Sat Aug 14, 2010 4:17 am (Total Number of Edits: 1)
- Posted Sat Aug 14, 2010 4:14 am
Jesus Cañada Ramos
The first is true. Use the fast celt units to do sneack attacks. Use the disband hability to reduce the order tockens available to the romans, use the overwhelming hability to attack easy targets and have a second attack.
Romans are ideal for the beginners because they are quite regular. celts have a more impulsive way to work.