Lion Rampant and Battle Chronicler (Part 2)

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Turn 1: Teutonic Order

The Teutonic Order activates it foot sergeants, and they advance. Their attempt to activate their mounted men-at-arms fails; therefore, their turn is over.

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Turn 1: Lithuanians

The Lithuanians activate their bidowers, and they advance. Their attempt to activate their mounted yeomen fails; therefore, their turn is over.

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Turn 2: Teutonic Order

The Teutonic Order attempts to activate their crossbowmen but fails; their turn is over.

Turn 2: Lithuanians

The Lithuanians activate and move two of their fierce foot units, their bidowers, and their mounted yeomen.

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Turn 3: Teutonic Order

The Teutonic Order attempts to activate their crossbowmen but fails.

Turn 3: Lithuanians

The Lithuanians attempt to activate their bidowers but fails.

Turn 4: Teutonic Order

The Teutonic Order activates their mounted sergeants with crossbows and fires at the Lithuanians’ mounted yeomen. The Lithuanians’ mounted yeomen take two casualties, fail their courage test, and must retreat. They are considered to be battered.

The Teutonic Order activates their crossbowmen and fires at the Lithuanians’ bidowers. The bidowers take six casualties and are destroyed.

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Lion Rampant and Battle Chronicler

I’m playing around with using Battle Chronicler in lieu of actual miniatures. I’ll be doing a battle pitting the Teutonic Order against the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. I’m not concerned with historical accuracy here; I’ll simply use the Teutonic Order and Baltic Pagan retinues listed in Lion Rampant Medieval Wargaming Rules.  So far all I’ve done is deployment.

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