Last week I intreduced my friend Johan to the rules of Lions Rampant.
We both made a 24point army from our Muslim forces from our Crusader project and rolled for a scenario.
The scenario we rolled was C: The Fugitive
My objective was to find a Imam that had been inprisoned by Johans forces. He had managed to escape and was hiding in this vincinity.
A really strange match with no cassualties... Some arrows was loosend by caused actually no cassualties. By having a really fast unit of horse archers to find the missing person I was able to retreat really quick and pull the wip with me.
As the first game was over rather quickly we had time for one more. This time we rolled scenario:
Johans forces had travaled a little to deep in enemy territory in search for the missing Imam and was now heading home. So deep behind enemy lines they risked being circulated and trapped, they had to break trough.
With a great deal of luck I manages to survive with only light cassualties and are pushed back.
Im really happy how they have managed to survive enemy archery and assaults by now.
His forces was thus beeten.
Johan seemed impressed by the rules and I leart some new things to. Lion Rampant sure seems to have potensial.
It was a nice experience to run this list I had with all those cavalry units and the amount of arrows I could fire.
Those Turcoman horse archers (Mounted Yeomen) sure are some quick units to move around...