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PHGamer12 Dec 2019 8:01 p.m. PST

A growing power is arising in the north. The Magyar peoples have taken large swaths of land and Byzantine spies report they are turning envious eyes to the fertile fields of the south.
Emperor Nikephoros first tried diplomacy to dull the threat, with the classic "Lets you and him fight." but to no avail. The native Slavs proved insignificant to the task, and the Petchneg King defied him publicly, "Since the Hungarians are both numerous and fierce, we do not wish to do this, and would regard it as bad for should the subject be raised again."
His turn will come, but first the main threat will have to be nullified. And against the River Raba, they meet.
It's Feudal Hungarians vs Nikephorian Byzantines in the L' Art de la Guerre battle.

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Enjoy

Snowcat14 Dec 2019 4:50 p.m. PST

What manufacturer(s) for the Hungarian figures? They're an interesting looking lot. Great battle report. :)

PHGamer15 Dec 2019 6:33 a.m. PST

I'll have to ask.

PHGamer17 Dec 2019 5:17 a.m. PST

I got an answer from Kevin, who had to ask Bob. They are Redoubt figures.

Snowcat17 Dec 2019 4:35 p.m. PST

Redoubt! Ah, no wonder I didn't recognize them. Not very familiar with their ranges. Many thanks! :) Will check them out.

And just found them in their Renaissance range (not that the Redoubt website is of great use…)

Cheers!

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