Saturday, 26 May 2018

ADG - Who can I fight?

Knowing when to stop... nope, haven't read that chapter yet. I recently sat down to dwell over my 6mm ancient and medieval armies to work out which one I need to build next and it got me thinking, if I added a couple more units of one sort or another, I could morph my existing forces into new armies of the same period. You know, sort of a 'value adding' exercise.

Order duly placed for a few more packs, I sat down and listed historical enemies for the armies I can currently field without stretching too many button-counting friendships. Obviously there is a fair bit of overlap - my Seleukids, Arabs, Armenians, Kommagenians, Ituraeans can all fight the Parthians for example - but there are still quite a host of foes for my brave boys to smite. My armies are in bold, followed by their enemies.

30. Minoans
12. Libyan, 14. New Kingdom Egyptians, 20. Hittites, 22. Syria, Canaan and Ugarit, 24. Sea Peoples, 30. Mycenaean

42. Seleukids
41. Early Successor, 42. Seleukid, 43. Ptolemaic, 53. Republican Roman, 61. Hellenistic Greek, 63. Thracian, 67. Bithynian, 69. Kappadokian, 71. Armenian, 72. Galatian, 73. Pergamon, 74. Aramaean, 75. Early Arab, 76. Skythian, 79. Classical Indian, 102. Parthian, 103. Judaean Jewish, 104. Kommagene

44. Pyrrhic
41. Early Successor, 51. Campanian, Lucanian, Apulian and Bruttian, 52. Camillan Roman, 54. Early Carthaginian, 60. Classical Greek, 61. Hellenistic Greek, 62. Illyrian, 63, Thracian, 72 Galatian

47. Samnites (100 points)
47. Italian Tribe, 48. Etruscan, 49. Tullian Roman, 50. Syracusan, 51. Campanian, Lucanian, Apulian and Bruttian, 52. Camillan Roman, 54. Early Carthaginian, 60. Classical Greek

71. Armenian
42. Seleukid, 69. Kappadokian, 71. Armenian, 74 Aramaean, 82. Triumvirate Roman, 102. Parthian, 103. Judaean Jewish, 104. Kommagene, 105 Mithridatic

74. Ituraean
42. Seleukid, 43. Ptolemaic, 71. Armenian, 74 Aramaean, 75. Early Arab, 82. Triumvirate Roman, 102. Parthian, 103. Judaean Jewish

75. Early Arab (100 points)
42. Seleukid, 43. Ptolemaic, 71. Armenian, 74 Aramaean, 75. Early Arab, 82. Triumvirate Roman, 102. Parthian, 103. Judaean Jewish, 104. Kommagene

104. Kommagene
42. Seleukid, 69. Kappadokian, 71. Armenian, 72 Galatian, 73, Pergamon, 74 Aramaean, 75 Early Arab, 82. Triumvirate Roman, 84 Early Imperial Roman, 102. Parthian,

105. Mithridatic
63, Thracian, 67. Bithynian, 69. Kappadokian, 71 Armenian, 72 Galatian, 82. Triumvirate Roman

107. Kushan
79. Classical Indian, 81. Ch’iang and Ti, 102. Parthian, 107. Kushan, 117 Han Chinese

178. Anglo-Irish
177. Feudal Scots, 178. Anglo-Irish, 179. Scots Isles and Highlanders, 222. Medieval Scots, 223. Medieval Irish, 225. Hundred Years War English

225. Hundred Years War English
178. Anglo-Irish, 179. Scots Isles and Highlanders, 222. Medieval Scots, 223. Medieval Irish, 226. Hundred Years War French, 228. Medieval Spanish, 229. Navarrese, 231. Burgundian, 232. Low Countries, 233. Medieval Welsh

236. Yorkists
178. Anglo-Irish, 179. Scots Isles and Highlanders, 222. Medieval Scots, 223. Medieval Irish, 231. Burgundian, 232. Low Countries, 234. French Ordonnance, 235 Burgundian Ordonnance, 236. Wars of the Roses

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