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Personal logo timurilank Supporting Member of TMP23 Nov 2022 1:39 a.m. PST

To play this as the "Great Battle", the single command was increased to 24 elements.
Doubling the Saxon elements posed no problem, however, the strengths for each
contingent of the allied army of Norse, Scots and Strathclyde did.

To solve this, two lists were designed to have either the Norse or Scots deploying the greater number of elements.

Using option one, Edmond served as Aethelstan's sub-general for the Saxons,
while Olaf Guthfrithson had Constantine II as his second in command.

Testing the second list will take place in December.

lkmjbc323 Nov 2022 8:16 a.m. PST

As long as Uhtred and Egil are there… everything will be good!

Joe Collins

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