Kadesh AAR   Leave a comment

The battle of Kadesh in 15mm using the TTS rules.

We join the action after the destruction of the Ptah division. The Pharoah has driven his chariot from his camp to meet the opposing Hittites as they cross the Orontes.

The forces deployed. Egypt the the left and Hittites to the right.
Muwatalli advances. The Egyptian Prince’s division opposite.

To the Hittite left the forces clash. The heavy chariots prove too strong for the Egyptian right wing.
The Hittite left wing push forward whilst the right and centre are held back by the Egyptians. The Hittite centre chariots evade back after their initial charges as the Egyptian infantry push forward.
Finally the Hittite left wing drives back the remaining lights whilst the heavy chariots turn and strike the centre division to the flank. The Egyptian forces fail to inflict enough casualties themselves and are soon out of victory medals.

Victory to the Hittites.

Posted April 18, 2022 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Dagger and Brush

Miniature painting, wargaming terrain tutorials, reviews, interviews and painting guides

Winter Gate Games

Weekly tabletop miniatures blog.


Wargaming with the ability of a dull nine year old

Start Your Meeples

A blog about board games, board game strategy, miniature games, and tabletop RPGs. Love the Game.

Colonel Mustard

WW2 Modelling in 1/72 Scale

Olde England Grown New

The Adventures of Sir Thomas Hawksby's Regiment

Scent of a Gamer

From the computer to the tabletop, this is all about games. Updated each week-end.

Flashing Steel

Talk, support and information on Ganesha Games' Flashing Steel

Brooklyn Wargaming

President of Metropolitan Wargamers in Park Slope, Brooklyn, NYC


Thoughts about wargaming, especially 28mm.


Adventures of an historical wargamer in the wilds of Arkansas

%d bloggers like this: