The armies is composed of what I got painted but are roughly based on the Crusader list and the Ayyabid list from the book "Hail Caesar Army Lists - Late Antiquity to early Medieval" but we played with small units instead of standard sized ones and skipped the whole procentage ratio of troops. We just gamed with what was available.
Im sure the gaming balance with close combat and ranged combat as well as the balance with unit types is somewhat altered with just using small units but it works.
I used my Saracens and my friend Johan took command of the Frankish Crusaders.
This did of-course not happen and the centre got smashed, my right flank was shattered but at least the added bonus of the mob was enough for the left flank.
The loss of both units meant that both armies where broken and resulting in a very tight draw.
Intense game that was lots of fun.
Im sure we did all kinds of things wrong, both tactically and rule wise but it was a really fun game non the less.
Charging enemy units in the front with skirmishers is not recommended...