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We learnt the rules and unboxed this game after all this time!  Turns out other people are Greek Myths fans too!

The learning scenarios went well and were lots of fun.  We seemed to have grasped the concepts now.  Ares won out on the night over Zeus but Heracles got to through some ruined columns.  The learning scenarios are more down to luck perhaps over the timing of the ampholos gathering but this game clearly has promise.  Enthused I have unboxed my expansion figures and put everything out in the large storage box in readiness for more Greek Themed Skirmish gaming.  The campaigns look like fun challenges.

Posted April 25, 2019 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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