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Romans against the Hunnic Empire’s Subjects

It’s is the fifth century AD in the Western Roman Empire. A horde of raiding Huns and their Subject Gothic nations have been intercepted by a Roman Field Army and whatever local troops can be mustered. Elite Roman Cavalry and well trained infantry (don’t mention the militia) against a larger force of Barbarians. Gothic Heavy Cavalry are supported by Gothic Infantry and led by Hunnic generals with Hunnic light cavalry in a skirmish role.

The Roman’s claim victory as the Cataphracts successfully drive off the Gothic Cavalry.

Posted September 27, 2014 by wargamesdiary in Miniatures

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