Saturday 19th April: Sword and Spear; Barbarian Conspiracy II   Leave a comment

The Second part of Barbarian Conspiracy campaign using the excellent Sword and Spear Rules!  Will the Barbarians be able to hold off the Romans and defend their ill gotten gains?  This time the Picts have been upgraded to mighty Attecotti Warriors but the Romans have brought real soldiers led by the Elder Theodosius himself.  You can read about the game and see the photos of the battle by clicking the link.

Magnus leads the cavalry forward

Magnus leads the cavalry forward

Aelle, the Saxon High King and Barbarian General

Aelle, the Saxon High King and Barbarian General

The battle field with the Romans deployed in front of their watch tower.

The battle field with the Romans deployed in front of their watch tower.

Posted April 22, 2015 by wargamesdiary in Miniatures

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