|The Roman Senior General looks on as the action unfolds upon his left|
|Steve's wonderful Franks prepare to take on my Romans. One of the great aspects of TSS is the adaptability of various|
basing styles that can still play within the grid system of the games.
|As the crowd at the club builds up the Roman legios get ready for some "angon" dodging practise!|
|Overview of the armies deployments - Roman cavalry mainly centred to the right flank with one Equites unit |
already making a mad dash on the bottom of the photograph. Frankish deep units at the ready.
|Off we go to the races - this units intent was purely to harass the enemy lights and distract them as much as possible.|
|Roman archers at the ready in support of the Veteran legio to its right.|
|I love Steven's Foundry Franks and have an army waiting to be based myself.|
|The Roman heavy cavalry start to make their way forward.|
|The unit of Catafractarii hits the deep Frankish unit which fails to disorder it with its shock missile.|
|Whilst in the centre more Franks make their way forward.|
|With a hero in tow the Clibanarii advance past the Warriors and prepare to flank if possible.|
|On the right the Roman Equites Illyricani are doing a good job countering the Frankish cavalry|
|Back on the left the Romans have been hampered by a few "1's" being drawn and are slowing down their advance.|
|The action starts to hot up in the middle.|
|The Frankish unit on the right is in some deep trouble despite holdings its own against the Roman |
heavy cavalry to its front..
|The gridded mat system makes measuring movement and shooting ranges so much easier.|
|The Roman cavalry now start to gain the upper hand. Victory is mine!|