Some years back I had one fine day with Mongols vs. Teutonic Knights, in 1/72 plastic. The Knights deployed with infantry on their right, cavalry on the left. I deployed with wings of light horse and cavalry in the center. This was an earlier version of the rules so there were 4 Cv, 8 LH evenly divided between the wings. As the forces closed, I rolled a 6 for pips. The left wing used 4 pips to form a column behind the center facing right. The remaining 2 pips saw them head off behind my right. The look on my opponent's face was a sight to behold. His infantry was out of the fight . My entire force swarmed his mounted arm and put the game away.
The phantom overlap gives me ideas for home-brew horse and musket rules. Infantry near the edge of the table will count as flanked when testing morale.
Last Edit: Jun 27, 2019 16:43:53 GMT by vtsaogames