A couple of BBDBA reports: link I got to try out my Carthaginians as a BBDBA army.
I enjoyed reading your “training day” report as it brought back memories of my own growing pains. It took me a while to feel comfortable about the number or elements per command, their assigned tasks and pip distribution.
The Seleucid is a strong army to field, thoughI think your opponents might cringe at seeing a Gobbo-Seleucid one.
Thanks. I think many gamers are familiar with bigger rule system, so BBDBA isn't such a big adjustment, but to date I've only played DBA. I found your blog posts on BBDBA in 3.0 helpful.
The Goblins have been used a lot to represent armies I don't have - their behemoths are handy. They've done Classical Indians, Samanids and Ghaznavids. I figured the Carthaginians might meet a Successor opponent, so why not try the kitchen sink one!
I can see those Spanish on the right! They still seem a tempting target, if I can just forget their ability to withstand my attack on the day...
A great game, and an excellent report.
Thanks, I was very lucky that that flank fought so well; I think it almost defeated the command opposite it. Putting my warband against a pike general was probably what led to the middle command collapsing.