'Schild en Vriend' is an old Flemish battlecry, used in the rebellion of the city of Brugge against the French, May 18, 1302. Legend tells that it was used to differentiate between the French-speaking (who could not pronounce 'schild') and Flemish-speaking citizens. Nowadays, historians tell us that it was probably 'Des Gilden Vriend'.
Grassus in Germany II
|Glaucus Maximus Invictor||Reg Bd(O) General||1|
|Local allies||Irr Wb(O)||4|
|Bartholomeus Sinister Grassus||Reg Cv(O) CinC||1|
|Marcus Valerius Hillock||Reg Bd(O) General||1|
|Auxiliary cavalry||Reg Cv(O)||8|
|Moorish auxiliaries||Irr LH(O)||3|
|Joe Sarmatiani||Irr Kn(F) ally general||1|
The Roman force in the camp deploys first of all.
The Roman force on the march enter on turn 1 from the eastern edge of the table, after the Germans have deployed. Troops in the march group (except SPELF) can be assigned to either general.
The force in the camp, although led by a regular general under a regular CinC, uses a separate PIP dice.
Prevent the capture of the camp.
These are the most important rules regarding fortifications.
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