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De Bellis Multitudenus  
 
 

While I have always been fascinated with ancient warfare, I unfortunately found it to be a rather boring period to simulate. Most ancient battles were decisive defeats for one side or the other, and historic accuracy made them boring games. That Changed when I discovered DBM, a set of miniature rules for ancient and medieval gaming. The game has an excellent mix between simulation and fun, even if the rules are written in a somewhat confusing way. Below are some of my musings on how to use the armies I have played with. The links lead either to large photos of the armies, or my thoughts on the armies, and how best to use them in DBM.


 
Battles and Armies
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Nan Chao vs. Siamese   Uigers vs. T'ang   T'ang Chinese Attacking   T'ang Chinese Retreating
 
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Uiger Turk Spearmen   Chanida Lerdlitsombom vs. the Turks   Siamese (Ayuthia)   Nan Chao