I am quite new to this hobby that can take years and years to amass figures for various periods... however I've seen quite a few Carthaginians, Gauls, and Early Republican Romans massing on the fields (painting tables) of others.
|As I had GREAT cards for a siege...|
|Hannibal decides to take care of Massilia on his way, but of course a series of poor rolls [that had double bonuses!], fail and the siege ends up taking most of 218 B.C.|
|Hannibal crosses the alps and due to more bad rolls and loses 20% of the force including half the elephants. Desperate for victory and reinforcements, Hannibal meets Publius Scipio larger force at the Battle of Trebbia.|
The "Allies System" and combat losses/attrition may need to be adjusted for miniatures campaign purposes as will be seen further on.
|Hannibal rolls the worst possible result for casualties.|
|Battle of Mutina, 217 B.C. Hannibal meets Publius Scipio again at the newly founded Roman Colony of Mutina.|
|Hannibal finishes what he started at Trebbia|
|New year and new consuls, Marcellus leads an attack into Etruria and is nearly wiped out...|
|Carthage opens a new front in Sicily under Hasdrubal|
Test run got called here in 216 B.C.