Thursday 13th March: Battlelore 1st Edition (Vassal)   Leave a comment

Played Mike at Battlelore over Vassal and Skype.  Battle of Lewes.

Was winning until I played a Battlelore card and rolled mainly flags and swords (few activations).  Mike played a counterattack and showed me how a real Battlelore card is played.

Soon at 5-5 searching for that final kill.  Had no right flank activations!  Then my archers foolishly drove back Mike’s footmen far enough back where they could then trap my encircling knights who had thought they were safe and with two flags and a red claim victory!  Well fought Mike. 

Posted March 15, 2014 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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