ClNlRAl AND ARMY BTANDARD ClNlRAl AND ARMY BTANDARD ClNlRAl AND ARMY BTANDARD ClNlRAl AND ARMY

BTANDARD
Cenencl Cenencl Cenencl Cenencl
Any unit (except skirmishers) within 12” of the General may test
using his Leadership.
Anny Anny Anny Anny
B¢cnõcnõ B¢cnõcnõ B¢cnõcnõ B¢cnõcnõ
Any unit (except skirmishers) within 12” of the battle
standard may re-roll a failed break test. This applies
only to Break tests, not Psychology tests.

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TDRN BlCDlNCl TDRN BlCDlNCl TDRN BlCDlNCl TDRN BlCDlNCl
1
START of TURN
3
SHOOTING
2
MOVEMENT
4
CLOSE COMBAT

BTART o¡ TDRN BTART o¡ TDRN BTART o¡ TDRN BTART o¡ TDRN
The player whose turn it is makes test for his troops in the following order.

1 Units that have left the table test to return
2 Test for Panic due to proximity
3 Test for terror due to proximity

MOVlMlNT MOVlMlNT MOVlMlNT MOVlMlNT
The player whose turn it is moves his troops in the following order.

1 DECLARE CHARGES AND DISENGAGEMENTS
2 RALLY FLEEING TROOPS
3 COMPULSORY MOVES
4 MOVES CHARGES
5 REMAINING MOVES

CHARClB AND DlBlNCAClMlNTB CHARClB AND DlBlNCAClMlNTB CHARClB AND DlBlNCAClMlNTB CHARClB AND DlBlNCAClMlNTB

Charge!
Charge at double normal rate. If unable to reach its target the unit
moves a normal move. Once a charge has been declared the
enemy declares his reaction. A charging unit may not manoeuvre
except to make an initial wheel to bring it into line with its target
Counter
charge
A cavalry or light chariot unit charged to the front by an enemy
cavalry or light chariot (in its vision arc) can respond by a counter
charge.
Stand and
Shoot
You may stand and shoot if the chargers come from more than
half their charge move away. Work out casualties immediately.
Hold
The unit stands and takes the charge
Flee
The unit turns tail and runs. The unit is immediately moved its
standard flee distance away from the chargers. Fleeing troops may
not shoot.
Fire and
Flee
Combines Stand and Shoot with Flee. A unit can stand and shoot
and then flee - reducing the distance fled .

MANOlDVRlB MANOlDVRlB MANOlDVRlB MANOlDVRlB

Wheel
A unit may wheel as many times as you wish except in a charge,
where the unit may wheel once to line itself with the enemy. The
distance moved is the longest distance covered by the model on the
outer edge of the wheel.
About
face
A unit can turn once during its movement. All the models remain in
the same place but turn 180° to face the rear. A unit may surrender a
quarter of its movement to turn. Open order units can change twice.
Change
Formation
A unit may add or reduce the number of ranks in which it is deployed
by 1 by surrendering half its movement. A unit may add or reduce the
number of ranks by 2 by surrendering all of its movement.
Reform
A unit with a musician can reform during its movement by adopting a
new formation facing whatever direction you wish. Reforming troops
cannot move further or shoot that turn. A Ld Test must be passed.

TlRRAlN AND OHBTACllB TlRRAlN AND OHBTACllB TlRRAlN AND OHBTACllB TlRRAlN AND OHBTACllB

Ground Type Examples Rate modifier
Normal
Fields, roads, ordinary hills
None
Difficult
Woods, Steep hills
Half rate
Very Difficult
Very thick woods, Sheer slopes hills
Quarter rate
Obstacle
Fences, walls, edges, etc .
Half rate to pass over
Open order units or skirmishers have a ½ rate movement in very difficult terrain only.

MARCH MARCH MARCH MARCH
1 A unit must include a musician to march
2 Troops march at double rate, characters at triple rate.
3 Units cannot march if there are enemy within 8” (excluding fleeing enemy
characters and artillery and enemy infantry for a marching cavalry or chariot unit)
4 Skirmishers, elephants and artillery are not allowed to march
5 Marching units cannot manoeuvre except to wheel
6 Marching units cannot move through difficult or very difficult terrain
7 Marching units cannot cross obstacle

lABT MARCH lABT MARCH lABT MARCH lABT MARCH

1 A unit must include a musician to fast march
2 Units must be in a march column to fast march
3 Troops march at triple rate.
4 Units cannot fast march if there are enemy within 8” (no exceptions)
5 Skirmishers, elephants and artillery are not allowed to fast march
6 Fast marching units cannot manoeuvre except to wheel
7 Fast marching units cannot move through difficult or very difficult terrain
8 Fast marching units cannot cross obstacles
9 Fast marching units cannot declare a charge or a counter charge
10 In combat, only the front rank of a fast marching unit is allowed to fight.
11 Fast marching units with one model wide may form snaking columns

lllllNC TROOPB lllllNC TROOPB lllllNC TROOPB lllllNC TROOPB
Troops fleeing during their movement phase move towards the nearest table
edge, avoiding enemy and obstructive terrain where possible. Fleeing units
do not have a strict formation – they are arranged into a rough mass of
models and moved as a single confused and tangled body.

llll DlBTANCl llll DlBTANCl llll DlBTANCl llll DlBTANCl
Movement Rate Distance Reduction
6” or less 2D6” D6”
More than 6” 3D6” 2D6”

PBYCHOlOCY PBYCHOlOCY PBYCHOlOCY PBYCHOlOCY

Roll 2D6. If you score equal or less than the unit’s leadership you have
passed. If you roll more than its leadership you have failed the psychology
test.
PANlC PANlC PANlC PANlC
A unit that fails a Panic Test will flee in the same way as a unit broken in hand-to-
hand combat or a unit which flees when charged. A unit reduced to half strength or
below deducts -1 from its leadership before the test.
1 Test at start of your turn if there are fleeing friends within 4”
2 Test if friendly unit within 12” is broken or destroyed in close combat (*)
3 Test if charged in the flank or rear. This applies whether you are in combat of not.
4 Test if general is slain or routed off table.
5 Test if you suffer 25% casualties from shooting in a single shooting phase
6 Test if charged by an ignored enemy
(*) if the unit has won its own round of mêlée, then it may re-roll its Panic test should it fail it.

llAR llAR llAR llAR
1
Test if the unit is charged by an enemy that it fears An outnumbered unit that fails
its Fear Test will flee in the same way as a unit broken in hand-to-hand combat. If
not outnumbered the unit will fight as normal but must roll 6’s to score hits in the
first turn of combat or shots ( if stand & shoot or fire & flee )
2
Test if the unit wishes to charge an enemy that it fears. If the test fails the unit
may not charge and must remain stationary this turn and cannot shoot..
3
A unit defeated in hand-to-hand combat is automatically broken without a break
test if it is outnumbered by a feared enemy. If the unit isn’t outnumbered the
Break Test is taken as normal.

TlRROR TlRROR TlRROR TlRROR
A unit that fails a Terror Test will flee in the same way as a unit broken in hand-to-
hand combat or a unit which flees when charged.
1 Test if the unit wishes to charge or is charged by an enemy causing Terror.
2 Test at start of your turn if there is an enemy causing Terror within 8”

lRlN2Y lRlN2Y lRlN2Y lRlN2Y
1
The unit must charge if there are any enemy unit within its charge reach when
charges are declared. If charged, the units can not flee or fire and flee
2 The unit fights with a +1 extra attack per model.
3 The unit must pursue a fleeing enemy & must follow-up an enemy giving ground
4 The unit never panic and is not affected by other psychology rules.
5 If the unit is broken in hand-to-hand combat, it is no longer frenzied.

HATRlD HATRlD HATRlD HATRlD
1 The unit takes any Break tests at Leadership of 10 (with the usual modifiers)
2
The unit fighting in hand to hand combat against a hated foe may re-roll any
misses during the first round of a hand-to-hand combat.
3 The unit always pursue a fleeing hated enemy (except from defended positions).

BTDHHORN BTDHHORN BTDHHORN BTDHHORN
1
The unit doesn’t test for panic if there is friends fleeing within 4” at the start of
the turn.
2 If the unit fails its Break Test, it will give ground once instead of fleeing
3
If the unit loses a round of combat against an opponent who would automatically
break them, roll a D6 : 1-3 Broken / 4-6 Hold



COMHAT RlBDlTB COMHAT RlBDlTB COMHAT RlBDlTB COMHAT RlBDlTB
Each side adds up the number of wounds it caused and adds any of the
following bonuses that apply. The side with the highest score wins.

+1 Close order
+1 for infantry units in close order
+1 Inf. rank bonus
+1 for each rank of infantry behind the first to a
maximum of +2
+1 Standard
If any units in the combat have standards.
+1 Army Standard
If the Army Standard is fighting
+1 High Ground
If you are uphill of your enemy
+1 Momentum
Except for Cavalry/Chariot in difficult terrain
+1 Flank Attack
If attacking an enemy in the flank
+2 Rear Attack
If attacking an enemy in the rear

HRlAk TlBT HRlAk TlBT HRlAk TlBT HRlAk TlBT
The loser must have a Break test for each unit involved in the combat. The test is taken
on the unit’s leadership minus the difference in the combat results score. Roll 2D6. If
you score equal or less than the number required you have passed. If you roll more than
that required the unit has failed and is broken. Break tests are taken once all combat
results have been worked out.
Broken units turn and flee directly away from their enemy once all combats have been
resolved. Friendly units within 12” of a unit that breaks must take a Panic test to see if
they flee as well. These tests are taken when all the combats are resolved but before
broken units flee. Units reduced to less than 5 models are broken automatically.
RAllY RAllY RAllY RAllY
A fleeing unit may attempt to rally in its movement phase. Roll 2D6. If you score equal or
less than the unit’s leadership the unit is rallied otherwise it continues to flee.
- A unit must have at least five models to rally.
- A fleeing unit reduced to half strength or below deducts -1 from its leadership
- A fleeing unit within 8" of enemy deducts -1 from its leadership
- A rallied unit may reform but may do nothing else that turn.
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BHOOTlNC BHOOTlNC BHOOTlNC BHOOTlNC
The player whose turn it is shoots with troops which have missiles weapons.
The player nominates which of his units will shoot at which enemy targets.

Weapon Range S Save Notes
Thrown rocks 4” 3 No penalty at long range
Javelin 8” 3
No penalty at long range
May move and shoot
Darts 12” 2
No penalty at long range, May
move and shoot, massed missiles
Handgun
18”
(9”)
3
4
-1
-2
May not move and shoot
Light Crossbow 18” 3 May move and shoot
Short Bow 18” 3 massed missiles if stationary
Slings
18”
(9”)
3
2

-
Fire twice at short range
Bow 24” 3 massed missiles if stationary
Staff Sling
24”
(12”)
3
4

-1
May not move and shoot
Crossbow
30”
(15”)
3
4

-1
May not move and shoot
Long Bow 30”
(15”)
3
3

-1
massed missiles if stationary

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BS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
D6 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 -1 -2 -3

MODllllRB MODllllRB MODllllRB MODllllRB
-1 Shooting at a charging enemy
-1 Shooting at long range (over half range)
-1 Shooting while moving
-1 Shooting at a single character
-1 Target is behind soft cover ( hedge or wood)
-2 Target is behind hard cover ( wall or building )
-1 Shooting at skirmishers
-1 Shooting at moving light chariot
+1 Shooting at a large target

ARMODR / BAVlNC THROv CHART ARMODR / BAVlNC THROv CHART ARMODR / BAVlNC THROv CHART ARMODR / BAVlNC THROv CHART
Armour Type On Foot Mounted
Movement Pen.
(cumulative)

Horse N/A 6+ None
Shield / Buckler (1) 6+ or (+1) 5+ None
Large Shield 5+ or (+2) 4+ None
Pavise 5+ or (+2) (2) N/A None
Light Armour 6+ (3) 5+ (3) None
Heavy Armour 5+ (3) 4+ (3) None /-1” (8)
Partial Plate Armour 4+ (3) 3+ (4) -1”
Full Plate Armour 3+ (4) 3+ (4) -1”
Half Cloth Barding N/A +1 (5+6) None
Full Cloth Barding N/A +1 (5) None
Half Plate Barding N/A +1 (6) -1”
Full Plate Barding N/A +1 (7) -1”

(1)
Buckler saving throw applies for all troops in hand-to-hand combat and only troops in
skirmish formation for missiles attacks
(2) Pavise vs Missiles only (and from the front) unless noted otherwise in the army list.
(3) Add shield benefit if used
(4) No shield benefit
(5) Hand-to-hand combat only
(6) Vs Frontal attack only
(7) Vs All attacks
(8) Movement Penalty with Shield


BAVlNC THROv MODllllR BAVlNC THROv MODllllR BAVlNC THROv MODllllR BAVlNC THROv MODllllR
STRENGTH 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
MODIFIER -1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -6 -7
ClOBl COMHAT ClOBl COMHAT ClOBl COMHAT ClOBl COMHAT
All models whose base touches an enemy model’s base may fight. A model
may make as many attacks as shown on its profile. If the model carries a
weapon in each hand, it may make +1 extra attack.

Order of Attack
Models who charged that turn fight first.
Otherwise models attack in order of descending
Initiative. Units with Momentum strike first
when Initiative is identical.
Roll to Hit
Determine the D6 score required to hit using the
To Hit Chart. Roll a D6 for each attack. Pick out
the dice which have scored hits.
Roll to Wound
Determine the D6 score required to wound using
the Wound Chart. Roll a D6 for each hit scored.
Pick out the dice which have scored wounds.
Roll to Save
If opposing troops have a saving throw then this
is taken before models are removed. Roll a D6
for each wound suffered. The score needed is
shown on the Saving throw Chart.
Resolve Combat
Once all troops involved have fought determine
who has won (See Combat Results)

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DEFENDER’S WEAPON SKILL

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1 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 6
2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6 6
3 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6 6
4 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 6
5 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6
6 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5 6
7 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 5
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TARGET’S TOUGHNESS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1 4 5 6 6 - - - - - -
2 3 4 5 6 6 - - - - -
3 2 3 4 5 6 6 - - - -
4 2 2 3 4 5 6 6 - - -
5 2 2 2 3 4 5 6 6 - -
6 2 2 2 2 3 4 5 6 6 -
7 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 5 6 6
8 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 5 6
9 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 5
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A fleeing unit within 8" of enemy deducts -1 from its leadership . If you score equal or less than the number required you have passed. . Roll a D6 for each hit scored. Add shield benefit if used No shield benefit Hand-to-hand combat only Vs Frontal attack only Vs All attacks Movement Penalty with Shield STRENGTH MODIFIER 4 -1 *. .A rallied unit may reform but may do nothing else that turn. The score needed is shown on the Saving throw Chart.. (cumulative) 6+ 5+ 4+ N/A 5+ (3) 4+ (3) 3+ (4) 3+ (4) +1 (5+6) +1 (5) +1 (6) +1 (7) None None None None None None /-1” (8) -1” -1” None None -1” -1” + ) (+ ) 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 6 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 )& 4 6 6 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 2 5 6 6 5 4 3 2 2 2 2 (+ 6 6 6 5 4 3 2 2 2 7 6 6 5 4 3 2 2 8 6 6 5 4 3 2 9 6 6 5 4 3 10 6 6 5 4 TARGET’S TOUGHNESS Buckler saving throw applies for all troops in hand-to-hand combat and only troops in skirmish formation for missiles attacks Pavise vs Missiles only (and from the front) unless noted otherwise in the army list. If you roll more than that required the unit has failed and is broken. Pick out the dice which have scored hits. Roll a D6 for each wound suffered. If the model carries a weapon in each hand.. Roll 2D6. Determine the D6 score required to hit using the To Hit Chart. On Foot N/A 6+ or (+1) 5+ or (+2) 5+ or (+2) (2) 6+ (3) 5+ (3) 4+ (3) 3+ (4) N/A N/A N/A N/A Mounted Movement Pen. Units reduced to less than 5 models are broken automatically.+)) .A unit must have at least five models to rally. Roll a D6 for each attack. massed missiles May not move and shoot May move and shoot massed missiles if stationary Fire twice at short range massed missiles if stationary May not move and shoot May not move and shoot massed missiles if stationary Order of Attack Roll to Hit Roll to Wound Roll to Save Resolve Combat -1 -1 -1 Models who charged that turn fight first. May move and shoot. -1 -2 No penalty at long range No penalty at long range May move and shoot No penalty at long range. Otherwise models attack in order of descending Initiative. rank bonus +1 Standard +1 Army Standard +1 High Ground +1 Momentum +1 Flank Attack +2 Rear Attack +1 for infantry units in close order +1 for each rank of infantry behind the first to a maximum of +2 If any units in the combat have standards. The player whose turn it is shoots with troops which have missiles weapons. Units with Momentum strike first when Initiative is identical. Determine the D6 score required to wound using the Wound Chart. 8 -5 9 -6 10 -7 Each side adds up the number of wounds it caused and adds any of the following bonuses that apply. If opposing troops have a saving throw then this is taken before models are removed.A fleeing unit reduced to half strength or below deducts -1 from its leadership . Broken units turn and flee directly away from their enemy once all combats have been resolved. Pick out the dice which have scored wounds. The player nominates which of his units will shoot at which enemy targets. Friendly units within 12” of a unit that breaks must take a Panic test to see if they flee as well. (+ 4 3 5 2 6 1 7 0 8 -1 9 -2 10 -3 ) +. 0 . The side with the highest score wins. If you score equal or less than the unit’s leadership the unit is rallied otherwise it continues to flee. Once all troops involved have fought determine who has won (See Combat Results) BS D6 -1 -1 -1 -1 -1 -2 -1 -1 +1 1 6 2 5 3 4 ) +. The test is taken on the unit’s leadership minus the difference in the combat results score. These tests are taken when all the combats are resolved but before broken units flee. If the Army Standard is fighting If you are uphill of your enemy Except for Cavalry/Chariot in difficult terrain If attacking an enemy in the flank If attacking an enemy in the rear ! " !%$ !" #$ ! The loser must have a Break test for each unit involved in the combat. it may make +1 extra attack. A model may make as many attacks as shown on its profile. (+ DEFENDER’S WEAPON SKILL 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 ATTACKER’S WEAPON SKILL 2 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 7 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 8 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 3 9 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 3 10 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 Shooting at a charging enemy Shooting at long range (over half range) Shooting while moving Shooting at a single character Target is behind soft cover ( hedge or wood) Target is behind hard cover ( wall or building ) Shooting at skirmishers Shooting at moving light chariot Shooting at a large target ) . A fleeing unit may attempt to rally in its movement phase. Roll 2D6. - )& $ Armour Type Horse Shield / Buckler (1) Large Shield Pavise Light Armour Heavy Armour Partial Plate Armour Full Plate Armour Half Cloth Barding Full Cloth Barding Half Plate Barding Full Plate Barding (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) *. Break tests are taken once all combat results have been worked out. () & ATTACKER’S STRENGTH +1 Close order +1 Inf. 5 -2 + ) 6 -3 7 -4 ) . Thrown rocks Javelin Darts Handgun Light Crossbow Short Bow Slings Bow Staff Sling Crossbow Long Bow ( ) Notes () Weapon Range 4” 8” 12” 18” (9”) 18” 18” 18” (9”) 24” 24” (12”) 30” (15”) 30” (15”) S 3 3 2 3 4 3 3 3 2 3 3 4 3 4 3 3 Save All models whose base touches an enemy model’s base may fight.

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