Its the Year 316 B.C.
Paprius scampers to Rome with his tail between his legs after his tragic loss of 4 Legions at the Battle of Siris . Alexander now has all roads clear to Rome.
He has 3 roads to approach Rome on from the South.
Our scenario provides an opportunity to choose out battle ground. Rome chooses from 8 maps that reflect ‘typical’ terrain.
The Roman player (you ) choose 3 from the 8 maps.
Then Alexander chooses his approach ( 1 of the 3)
We are going to modify the selection a little, in that AtG can choose after seeing the 3 maps which he wants to use. Rome has 39,000 men, 4 double legions.
Added to this is the much needed additional Hoplites from Syracuse.
So how would we choose a map as a solo guy!? Ahh yes the power of the poll.
Here are the maps in numerical order for the poll, please choose three you would like to fight the “The Final Battle” against Alexander the Great with 4 double Legions on.
Now the Poll:
|Which 3 Maps should Rome choose to take as their defensive position against Alexander the Great on his march to Rome. Each Map is representative terrain on the approach to Rome.
(so no we are not in Persia anymore) Look at the maps and decide where you would prefer to fight.
Please restrict your self to 3 choices.