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13 Nov 2018 4:42 p.m. PST
by Editor in Chief Bill

  • Changed title from "Heros in ADLG" to "Heroes in ADLG"

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TodCreasey13 Nov 2018 10:13 a.m. PST

I am thinking of using ADLG for a Troy-esque scenario that we had run before with Warhammer Ancient battles with the heros having a retinue and victory conditions involved with defeating the other hero.

I am looking for some ideas on how to do the same thing with ADLG either using detached commanders or commanders as part of a unit (which I suspect will be the way I go)but I would like something richer than "that stand is the hero's stand and is your objective).

Ideas>

Aethelflaeda was framed15 Nov 2018 8:27 a.m. PST

Have the heroes have separate roll-off when they meet to represent their duel. You can do something along the lines of kills, wounds or flight as a result. The loss or defeat of a hero then might bolster morale of the victor's and reduce the loser's, or induce rage or lethargy.

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