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3 43 Khurasanian

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 1. 400AP, Saffarid by Lorenzo Mele

 

C1 36/ 9.5-12.5

CinC RCvS

10IcvS

1IElO

4IlhO

2BG

2Hd

2PsO

 

C2 30/ 8-10.5

SGRCvS

16 RspO

8 RpsO

2Bg

4Hd

 

C3 24/ 6.5-8.5

SGRCvS

6RaxS

2IaxS

8IlhO

2Bg

 

No stratagems.

 

The army is quite rigid due to having just 3 reg dice and using IcvS as strike force.  The doctrine is then quite simple: put down terrain to have an open wing, deploy giving the higher pip to CiC and force with it a decision using boldly the Sp command as support. This second command can use the lower pip dice too as being regular can benefit from subG free pip.

The Ax/Lh command has a dual role. Act as a flank support to Sp, or attacking a critical difficult going. The large Lh component can be used as reserve or for sweeping maneuvers, depending by the terrain and opponent faced.

The army can survive a prolonged attritional combat and is designed for that. No fancy maneuver or attack, just engage the enemy and grind it down. The reg pip are then just a way to keep initiative in combat phase and feed the main fighting line with new troops if needed. It's important to avoid to line up all ICvs.  A portion of them should be in second line and used as reserve.

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