The Germans did not spend any time pondering this odd turn of events though, and pushed forward out of their corner, while throwing their cav command around the other side of the board - to hopefully threaten the Roman Cav. The Roman General then released some of his Samatians from their leash and sent them to engage the enemy horse - and then actually moved his line forward, toward the onrushing warband. Just what the Pluto is the sot playing at?
Phew - that was a tough one. I think I'll be sticking to the innovative Roman deployment in future, unless the terrain precludes it. I want the Germans to go out of control ASAP and my higher VD (VD is how much a unit contributes to 'army break') units can then be kept well back from the lower VD units at the front. I think the sotted Roman General was made to look good by the German general becoming incompetent and holding back his command though, that reduced the pressure in the centre a fair bit!
Cheers for another close and fun game, Jason.