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Havoc at the Firth of Forth 
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This is a battle report using the L' Art de la Guerre rules for Ancients miniature combat.

It is 1190 AD, and Richard I has left for the Crusades. His chancellor, William de Longchamp, has decided to preempt any revolts by hiring Irish and Welsh mercenaries and sending them north to rip off a piece of Scotland.

Recognizing this for what it was, William the first, King of the Scots, grants permission for Clan Chiefs Malcolm and MacDonald to organize a response. As he and William de Longchamp do not wish this to become a full fledged war, neither take to the field.

The Anglo-Irish are following the west coastline Scotland where they are met by Malcolm's forces at the Firth of Forth.

https://philonancients.blogspot.com/201 ... tland.html

It's Anglo-Saxon vs. the Scots in this 200 point L' Art de la Guerre battle.

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Damn, I thought this was a U-Boat scenario at (Havoc at) the Firth of Forth


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