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323 10/27/2020 3:47:00 AM 211-210 BC Carthage Play Strategy card as Event #15: 1 / Iberian Recruits
(Both) Place two Carthaginian CU's with any General located in a friendly controlled province of Hispania.

Message from Carthage:
No worries, I also haven't been the fastest player ever :-D And I understand it's THAT time of the year for you ;)

Gisgo stays with 1CU in Sena. 2CU to Mago in NC, total 5.
322 10/24/2020 11:22:00 PM 211-210 BC Rome Message My apologies for the delay again. Another very busy week at work, and our Presidential campaign remains very distracting.

So, as I have it now, I agree that post your interception move, you have Hannibal, 10 CUs, & 1 CU-e in Firmum Picenum (FiPi). You have 1 CU in Sena.

I think the only remaining unanswered question is whether H. Gisgo accompanied Hannibal or remained behind in Sena. But that won't affect what I do.

Since you'd now have a 2-card advantage over me, Scipio Africanus and his 10 CUs will pull back to Falerii.

321 10/15/2020 2:24:00 AM 211-210 BC Carthage Message Hmm, you're right, Gisgo was already at Sena, so no avoid for him. But it looks like there was a loose CU at FiPi, hence when I intercept with Hannibal woth 9+1E, it yields 10+1E in total, so same amount of BCs.

Let me know what you think.
320 10/15/2020 2:18:00 AM 211-210 BC Carthage Message Sorry for the late response. Gisgo was at FiPi with 1CU, Hannibal at Sena with 10+1E, as per my records.

When you moved to FiPi, I attempted to avoid battle by Gisgo with 1CU and intercept by Hannibal with 9+1E. Gisgo failed, Hannibal succeeded, therefore there is now 10+1E (total 11CU), Hannibal and Gisgo at FiPi, hence 18 BCs.

You can now either fight or back up to Falerii.

Let me know if I got something wrong
319 10/12/2020 11:24:00 PM 211-210 BC Rome Message I'm afraid you're confusing me a little!

1. How does Gisgo avoid battle to Sena when he's already in Sena?

2. And since you moved with 10 CUs to Firmum Picenum, don't you have 10 + 4 + 2 + 1 = 17 BCs?

As far as work, I prosecute crimes that are federal criminal offenses.

318 10/10/2020 5:12:00 AM 211-210 BC Carthage Message Avoid unsuccessful, intercept successful
Rome: 10 + 4 + 2 = 16 BC
Carthage: 11 + 4 + 2 + 1 = 18 BC
Not using elephants

Do you fight or do you back off a space?
317 10/10/2020 5:11:00 AM 211-210 BC Carthage Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 2

6
4


Message from Carthage:
1. Gisgo avoids battle to Sena with 1CU (1-3)
2. Hannibal intercepts to FiPi with 9CU + 1E (1-4)
316 10/10/2020 5:09:00 AM 211-210 BC Carthage Message Wow, that's so cool! In another life, I'd be a lawyer or a surgeon; in this one, I can only watch Legal Eagle and Viva Frei on YT :-D What kind of lawsuits are you specializing on, if I may ask?
315 10/8/2020 11:20:00 PM 211-210 BC Rome Play Strategy card as Operations #11: 1 / Balearic Slingers
(Both) If you control the Balearic Islands, place one CU in any Port containing a friendly PC and no enemy CUs.

Message from Rome:
Wow -- where did the time go? I work as a prosecutor for the federal government, and I had a long hearing this past Monday. Plus, our presidential campaign has become a major distraction: it seems like something else amazing happens every day.

So I'll play this to activate Scipio Africanus, who will move as follows from Rome:

MP 1: with 5 CUs to Tarquini (leaving 14 CUs behind in Rome with Flaminius)

MP 2: pick up another 5 CUs in Tarquini, so now 10 CUs with Scipio, and then move to Falerii (leaving Nero and Varro with 13 CUs in Tarquini)

MP 3: to Firmum Picenum: will you intercept?
314 9/26/2020 4:02:00 AM 211-210 BC Carthage Message Yes, looks familiar! :)

Sorry to hear that, I've been to Belfast and to Victory. And even to Cutty Sark before the first fire :)

Woah, what do you do? I thought government jobs at least should pay overtime :-/

I'll have you start the turn then :)
313 9/26/2020 12:29:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message And boy, do I envy you your overtime pay! My government job requires lots of OT, but it's just treated as an expectation of the position. By government standards, however, we are well compensated.
312 9/26/2020 12:26:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message You'll see some familiar images in this album that I posted on Flickr:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/27685985@N03/albums/72157631882117994

I actually spent a night on the BB New Jersey once, with my son's Scout troop. I regret to say, however, that during two years in England, I never made it to HMS Victory, HMS Warrior, or HMS Belfast. And despite several trips to Athens, I have yet to see the Averoff.

I have seen the CSS Hunley in its museum outside of Charleston, however. I should actually add that one to my album, and perhaps some "New Jersey" pics.

311 9/26/2020 12:18:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message As for my Generals and Legions:

Tarquini: Nero, Varro, & 18 CUs
Rome: Flaminius, Scipio Africanus, & 19 CUs


310 9/24/2020 2:34:00 PM 211-210 BC Carthage Message Haha, what if I tell you that, unlike the Land of Freedom, CD Projekt Red pays overtimes at 150%/200% on weekdays/weekends? :-D

Yeah, I believe Blyskawica had a pretty heroic history. Funnily, she got "twinned" with Haida - and when I finally visit Blyskawica (both times I tried it was closed) - I'd be I guess among very few people who are not historians/museum workers who visited BOTH (as I lived in GTA shortly).

Unfortunately, I haven't been to Baltimore yet, but I've visited quite a few museum ships in the US: BB Iowa, CV Hornet, BB Massachusets and Fletcher-class DD next to it (Cassin Young?), USS Pampatino, and USS Constitution (I built and painted a Revell model of it loooong time ago). It's crazy that she is still commissioned!

Back to the game - could you remind me please where your generals are and CU stacks?
309 9/24/2020 10:34:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message Here's a link to a picture of the Katyn Monument:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Katy%C5%84_Memorial


308 9/24/2020 12:40:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message Also, I love seeing surviving naval vessel from WWII, or even earlier. (In my home town of Baltimore, we have a frigate from the 1850's that's moored on our waterfront. It fought in our Civil War.)

Was the Blyskawica one of the Polish warships that managed to make their escape to England at the start of the war? I also seem to recall it playing a role as an escort on the Russian convoys.

On my honeymoon, we saw the Polish military cemetery at Monte Cassino. Very moving. And, actually, here in Baltimore, we have a prominent monument to the Polish officers who were murdered in Katyn Forest.


307 9/24/2020 12:34:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message And thanks for the tips! I love castles, so Malbork was already on my list, but I'm not familiar with the other two, and would definitely be interested -- particularly if we were to decide to rent a car. My only concern about that is that if you let my wife drive 85, she might be doing 95!

You're with a pretty impressive outfit there! But are you sure you should get paid for having that much fun?

306 9/24/2020 12:25:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message I'm not looking to play a campaign card right now.

305 9/24/2020 12:22:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Draw Strategy cards 8 cards drawn.

304 9/24/2020 12:15:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message Varro. Oh, well -- who said the electorate is always wise? Certainly no American would say such a thing!


303 9/24/2020 12:13:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

5


Message from Rome:
The public again demands Flaminius, the victor of Bruttium!

Die roll for Second Consul:

1 - P. Scipio
2 - Longus
3 - Maximus
4 - Marcellus
5 - Varro
6 - Paulus



302 9/24/2020 12:11:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

3


Message from Rome:
Election for First Consul:

1 - P. Scipio
2 - Longus
3 - Flaminius
4 - Maximus
5 - Marcellus
6 - Varro
7 - Paulus


301 9/24/2020 12:05:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message I'll retain Nero as a Proconsul.

I will retire T. Longus and Flaminius, unless there proves to be a popular outcry for one or both of them to return.
300 9/24/2020 12:05:00 AM 211-210 BC Rome Message I'll place my standard 5 CUs at Tarquini with Nero.

I'll place Scipio Africanus and his 5 CUs at Rome.

299 9/23/2020 11:54:00 PM 211-210 BC Rome Message I'll remove my PCs in Ilerda and Tolosa.

298 9/20/2020 3:22:00 PM 211-210 BC Carthage Message I mean two provinces, so you need to remove 2 PCs
297 9/20/2020 12:27:00 PM 211-210 BC Carthage Message I believe you're short one province. Over to you to reinforcements and elections.
296 9/20/2020 12:22:00 PM 211-210 BC Carthage Draw Strategy cards 8 cards drawn.

295 9/20/2020 12:21:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage End Turn
294 9/20/2020 12:21:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Reinforcements:
1 to Hanni, now 10 + 1E
1 to Hanno, now 8
2 to Mago, now 3

Gisgo resurrects at Hannibal
293 9/20/2020 12:19:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Strategy card as Operations #41: 1 / Bad Weather
(Both) Play immediately after opponent has moved but before combat. Contrary to his expectations, his General has only move two spaces - return him to the second space he entered.

Message from Carthage:
PC in Zama.

That's nice, maybe we get to play Hannibal IRL when you're in Warsaw? I enjoy traveling by car - most of the roads are very nice, and you can go up to 140kmh (~85mph) on the highways - quite faster than your Californian 65mph speed limit, eh? ;)

I really love Gdansk, in vicinity there are two places of interest: Malbork (basically, a capital of the Teutonic Order) and Blyskawica destroyer in Gdynia neaby. If you are into Witcher books/games/show, I really recommend Witcher musical in Gdynia, it has EN subtitles. But you need to buy tickets well in advance, at least 6 months or so.

Near Krakow, you can go to Wieliczka salt mine - "the closest place on Earth to Moria" (c) reddit. In Wroclaw, the zoo is worth checking out. Another checkpoint would be Zamek Czocha - you can book there a room to stay - but again, you need to do it WELL in advance.

If you are into castles, on your way from Warsaw to Krakow I can recommend Ogrodzienec - the Netflix Witcher show had one episode shot there - and Bobolice, which is very nicely reconstructed.

Regarding a reason why I am now in Warsaw - you can search me on LinkedIn and then it would be self-explanatory ;)
292 9/17/2020 11:00:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Play Strategy card as Operations #25: 2 / Capua Sides with Carthage
(Carthage) If the Carthage controls 3 or more Italian provinces Capua is converted to Carthaginian control and all Roman CUs inside are eliminated.

Message from Rome:
Sorry for the delay. Work and some other distractions again, I'm afraid.

I'll play this to activate T. Longus, who will return with his 5 CUs from his expedition to Pisae through Cosa, Tarquini, and then to Rome, where he will be accorded the honor of a triumph. (OK, I know, the Battle of Pisae was a pretty one-sided affair, but it's important to keep up morale on the home front, and besides, it's a good excuse to run a few circus races. Those charioteers need to do something to justify their exemptions from the draft.)

Interesting to hear that you're in Warsaw. My wife is interested in visiting Poland when it becomes possible to travel again, and I also had a good friend who traveled to Poland some years back and loved her experience there.

I've been starting to rough out a possible itinerary in my mind. In my current fantasies, we'd fly to Berlin, then to Gdansk, Warsaw, Krakow, and Wroclaw before visiting Dresden and returning to Berlin. I'm assuming that trains would be the best way to move around within the country, but I've heard you have a good bus system as well.

If there are particular things you recommend, or other cities or places that are worth a stop, I'd love to hear about them.
291 9/7/2020 2:18:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Yeah, it's great and I got quite a liberal time-off from the doctor, but, unlike his Canadian colleagues, no opioid prescription :(

I currently live in Warsaw, PL, spent 6 years before in Canada, mostly in Montreal, QC and a bit in Oakville, ON. Where are you from?

Congrats! We're planning to start slowly looking out for a car in order to justify the garage place that came along with our apartment :-D
290 9/5/2020 7:16:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Well, I hope the new place is all good, and that the surgery went OK and wasn't too serious!

Remind me again where you're living now?

P.S. And I just bought a new car! Hey, my previous one was 15 years old, and the economy needs stimulation.

289 9/5/2020 1:18:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Haha, no worries. In the meantime, I moved to a new place (we bought an apartment) and underwent a surgery :)
288 9/4/2020 7:10:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Peter, I should be able to get back to the game tomorrow. I've had to get deeply involved in a project that I'd thought a younger colleague would be able to handle.
287 8/24/2020 5:02:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Strategy card as Operations #24: 3 / Sophonsiba Seduces a Numidian Kin
(Carthage) Pick either Western or Eastern Numidia and place up to three Carthaginian PCs in that province in spaces which do not contain enemy CUs. If the space contains a Roman PC, the PC is simply flipped.

Message from Carthage:
+1 CU to Hannibal, now at 9+1E
286 8/22/2020 11:32:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Play Strategy card as Operations #56: 2 / Grain Shortage
(Carthage) Remove any three Roman non-walled PCs. You may only play this card if you control Sicilia.

Message from Rome:
I'll play this for PCs:

- Convert Pisae to Roman control.
- Place a Roman PC in Ilerda.
285 8/21/2020 2:47:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Message No worries, Jeff, thanks for letting me know!
284 8/21/2020 12:39:00 AM 213-212 BC Rome Message Sorry, Peter -- I've been preoccupied with an office move and some other tasks and didn't realize you were back! I'll make a move tomorrow.
283 8/3/2020 4:03:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Strategy card as Event #58: 1 / Cato Counsels Rome
(Carthage) Roman CUs are prohibited from moving to Africa until the Strategy Deck is reshuffled. This does not affect Roman CUs already there.

Message from Carthage:
282 8/3/2020 4:02:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Nice! No, we were in the Eastern part of Crete - but it was a lot of fun, too! Visited Knossos (aka Minotaur's labyrinth), Heraklion arch museum and several ancient sttlements just randomly along the route - my wife found a few pieces of clay vases there!
281 7/28/2020 10:46:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Still, a very near-run thing. Gisgo almost escaped. Good thing I didn't play a Probe card!

Enjoy your time in Crete. My wife and I vacationed there in 1994 and 1996. We loved Chania. Will you take the hike through the Samaria Gorge?


280 7/28/2020 8:34:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Gisgo eliminated, no losses for Rome. I'll take a pause until eow, since I'm on Crete away from my PC :)
279 7/28/2020 8:33:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 2

1
1


Message from Carthage:
1. Attrition 2 col
2. Retreat
278 7/27/2020 11:33:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Play Battle card #3 Frontal Assault

Message from Rome:
Round 2.
277 7/27/2020 2:45:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

4


Message from Carthage:
Ini
276 7/27/2020 2:45:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Battle card #2 Frontal Assault

Message from Carthage:
Match
275 7/26/2020 11:46:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Play Battle card #10 Frontal Assault

Message from Rome:
The Battle of Pisae:
Round 1.
274 7/26/2020 11:42:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Battle Hands dealt Battle 8

Carthage: 4 cards
Rome: 8 cards
273 7/26/2020 11:42:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Oops: I reversed the totals. Let's try that again.
272 7/26/2020 11:40:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Battle Hands dealt Battle 7

Carthage: 8 cards
Rome: 4 cards
271 7/26/2020 11:40:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Actually, Gisgo only has a Battle Rating of 1. He has a Strategy Rating of 2.

Thus, Carthage gets 4 cards: 1 +1 +2 = 4.

270 7/26/2020 5:06:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Failed.
Rome: 5 + 1 + 2 = 8 cards
Carthage: 1 + 2 + 2 = 5 cards
You deal
269 7/26/2020 5:05:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

4


Message from Carthage:
Attempt to intercept, success at 1-2
268 7/26/2020 1:05:00 AM 213-212 BC Rome Play Strategy card as Operations #26: 3 / Syracuse Allies with Carthage
(Carthage) You immediately gain control of Syracuse (any Roman units inside are eliminated. Syracuse provides a -1 modifier for Sea Movement

Message from Rome:
I'll play this to activate Longus, who will move with 5 CUs from Rome to Tarquini to Cosa and then on to Pisae, unless you intercept.

267 7/25/2020 8:51:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Strategy card as Operations #19: 1 / Senate Dismisses Proconsul
(Both) If there is a Roman Proconsul on the map other than Scipio Africanus, it is removed and replaced with an unused Roman General. The player playing this card determines the replacement.

Message from Carthage:
Flip Pisae
266 7/23/2020 10:37:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Play Strategy card as Operations #22: 1 / Mutin's Numidians
(Carthage) Place one Carthaginian CU and a PC in any non-walled city space in Sicilia that contains no Roman CUs. If the space contains a Roman PC the PC is simply flipped.

Message from Rome:
I had another major filing that I finished yesterday, so things should be better for the next few weeks.

I'll use this to restore the PC at Tolosa.
265 7/19/2020 5:52:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Message With 1CU, obviously
Over to you now
264 7/19/2020 5:51:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Message No roll required, since there is -2 modifier. Gisgo remains at Pisae
263 7/19/2020 5:50:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Strategy card as Operations #45: 2 / Allied Auxiliaries (Etruria)
(Rome) Place two Roman CUs with any General in Italy if ETRURIA is Roman controlled.

Message from Carthage:
Gisgo crosses Apenines (to Pisae)
262 7/19/2020 12:10:00 AM 213-212 BC Rome Play Strategy card as Event #48: 1 / Allied Auxiliaries (Campania)
(Rome) Place two Roman CUs with any General in Italy if CAMPANIA is Roman controlled.

Message from Rome:
I'll place 2 CUs in Rome. The total there is now 14 CUs.

261 7/17/2020 6:10:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Strategy card as Operations #46: 3 / Allied Auxiliaries (Samnium)
(Rome) Place two Roman CUs with any General in Italy if SAMNIUM is Roman controlled.

Message from Carthage:
Nice, didn't know about Tolosa, but makes sense!
PC in Thamugadi, flip FiPi and Sena
260 7/16/2020 11:21:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Play Strategy card as Operations #14: 2 / Ligurian Recruits
(Carthage) Place two Carthaginian CU's with any General located in Liguria, Cisalpinia or Etruria.

Message from Rome:
I'll play this for Ops and use it to move Flaminius with his 7 CUs to Rome.
259 7/16/2020 11:16:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Yes, I was confused by the line in the rules saying that "An army can retreat up to four spaces," but I guess that means you can do so if the closest acceptable spot to end the retreat is that far away.

So I will retreat ti Praeneste.

And I will remove the PC at Tolosa, the future Toulouse.

258 7/15/2020 6:13:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Gisgo with 1CU at Boii
Hannibal with 8+1E at Sena
and I don't believe you can retreat to Rome, as it should be a closest friendly space, and Sena doesn't have a direct path to Rome
Also, you need to remove 1PC
Otherwise correct, and over to you
257 7/15/2020 12:13:00 AM 213-212 BC Rome Message So just to check the status of the map, I believe it is as follows:

- Carthage now has 1 CU at Firnum Picenum and Hannibal + 8 CUs and 1 CU-e at Sena.

Rome has Longus and Flaminus and a total of 12 CU's at Rome, while Nero and 13 CU's are at Tarquini.

Let me know if that's right, and then I'll make my next move.

256 7/15/2020 12:06:00 AM 213-212 BC Rome Message So the Battle of Sena ends in a Carthaginian victory, with losses of:

Rome - 3 CUs
Carthage - 1 CU-e

Flaminius will retreat through Praeneste to Rome.


255 7/14/2020 11:58:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

2


Message from Rome:
Retreat Roll.


254 7/14/2020 11:57:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message We each lose 1 CU, and one of yours must be an elephant.

253 7/14/2020 11:55:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

6


Message from Rome:
The Attrition die roll.

252 7/14/2020 11:54:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message I will choose not to match that.

251 7/13/2020 1:04:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Battle card #20 Flank Left

Message from Carthage:
Round 2
250 7/13/2020 12:18:00 AM 213-212 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

3


Message from Rome:
Initiative Roll.

249 7/13/2020 12:18:00 AM 213-212 BC Rome Play Battle card #14 Flank Left

Message from Rome:
It looks like your elephants want to go to the left or right (not sure I can blame them), but at least not in reverse.

Match.
248 7/12/2020 2:55:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Battle card #17 Flank Left

Message from Carthage:
At least it's not 1
Round 1
247 7/11/2020 11:18:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Battle Hands dealt Battle 6

Carthage: 15 cards
Rome: 13 cards
246 7/11/2020 11:17:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message I lose 1 card for my unsuccessful Avoid Battle attempt, so you get 15 cards and I get 13.

245 7/11/2020 11:15:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message At this point, I think Hannibal needs to have a word with his elephant drivers.


244 7/11/2020 11:14:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

2


Message from Rome:
Elephant charge die roll.

243 7/11/2020 11:14:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message No elephant card. You have some cool customers there.

242 7/11/2020 2:09:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Carth: 10 + 4 + 1 = 15
Rome: 10 + 2 + 2 = 14
Using elephants, please roll them or use the card
241 7/11/2020 1:10:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Again: not quite.
240 7/11/2020 1:10:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

3


Message from Rome:
Flaminius will attempt to Avoid Battle with his entire army to Praeneste.

239 7/11/2020 4:18:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Message Hannibal drops 1CU, to Ariminium, picks up 2, back to FiPi, attack Flaminius with 8+2E, reaction?
238 7/10/2020 11:26:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Not successful.

237 7/10/2020 11:26:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

6


Message from Rome:
Flaminius will attempt an interception.



236 7/6/2020 11:46:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Strategy card as Operations #49: 1 / Opposing Fleet Breaks Siege
(Both) Remove all accrued siege points at any one port

Message from Carthage:
That's correct. Hannibal with all CUs (7+2E) to Firmum Picenum, reaction?
235 7/5/2020 11:48:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Also, am I correct that you have 2 currently leaderless Carthaginian CUs at Ariminium?

234 7/5/2020 11:39:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Play Strategy card as Operations #28: 2 / Hannibal Charms Italy
(Carthage) If you play this as an OC to move Hannibal, you may remove each Roman non-walled PC in each space in Italy that Hannibal enters which does not contain any Roman CUs.

Message from Rome:
I'll play this to activate Consul Longus, who will move from Pisae with his 10 CUs through Cosa to Tarquini, where he will drop 5 CUs (now 13 CUs under Nero there), and then will continue on to Rome with the remaining 5 CUs.
233 7/5/2020 11:30:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message Although the Battle of Falerii was hard and skillfully fought on both sides, the casualties suffered were far fewer than might have been expected. And Nero manages to execute a reasonably successful withdrawal to the coast, despite the pressure of the Carthaginians' renowned Numidian horse. Here's hoping lots of stragglers turn up in the days to come.

I'll remove the PC at Ilerda, the last reminder of Flaminius's early Spanish campaign. One can hardly blame the local authorities for wavering in their attachment to Rome by this point.



232 7/4/2020 6:51:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Message I lose 1 CU, you lose 3, please retreat, remove 1 PC and over to you for your turn
231 7/4/2020 3:37:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 2

2
2


Message from Carthage:
1. Attrition 7
2. Retreat
230 7/4/2020 1:03:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message You may do the Attrition and Retreat rolls. I will retreat to Tarquini.

I have to get to work now, so I will make my next move this evening.

229 7/4/2020 1:01:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Message No match.

Hannibal wins the Battle of Falerii.

228 7/4/2020 12:58:00 PM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Battle card #4 Frontal Assault

Message from Carthage:
Round 7
227 7/4/2020 12:50:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

4


Message from Rome:
Counterattack.


226 7/4/2020 12:50:00 PM 213-212 BC Rome Play Battle card #45 Reserve (use as any other card)

Message from Rome:
Better call up some reserves.
Match.

225 7/4/2020 11:53:00 AM 213-212 BC Carthage Play Battle card #11 Frontal Assault

Message from Carthage:
Round 6
224 7/4/2020 11:52:00 AM 213-212 BC Rome Die roll request Request: 6-sided die x 1

4


Message from Rome:
Counterattack.

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