Pax Romana, Wars of the Diadochi pt. 2

Our fantastic little Wars of the Diadochi with Pax Romana continues in leisure pace. This time we saw the Great Alliance, A Third War of Syria, a Fall of Greece under the rule of Philip V, Dissolution of the Pergamun alliance, the rise of Egypt under Ptolemaios and the 1st Battle of the Nations where vast German hordes pushed onwards towards Greece, dislodging Philip V in the eve of the crisis. A deed that was to cost dearly.

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East Coalition army stacking up and preparing to assault Greece mainland.

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Egypt invades Greece as a result of the Great Alliance

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Greece enticed in two front war.

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Greece suffered heavily on the onslaught but it may be that this only reinforces the East if we, as the remaining of the Diadochi fail to muster forces against him. Indeed we are living a most turbulent of times.

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Greece has a new enemy at the gates, the Rome.

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Rise of the German Nations…

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Behold the might of Greece!

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What do you mean, everyone, sir? I mean E-V-E-R-Y-O-N-E!!!

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2 Responses to Pax Romana, Wars of the Diadochi pt. 2

  1. Aaron Bell says:

    That looks like it’s going to be a humdinger or a fight! Does either side have cav. Superiority?

    • Tichy says:

      Because of some reason the Greek decided to stand in the cover of their walls. Cowards. That battle cost Greek very dear indeed.

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