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Snow Star. 100BC-100AD. German warriors. C&C - DBA2.2 adaptation.

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The warfare of the early Germans of the Caesar era was at the level of tribal militias. Tribes lived in large villages and acted as a close-knit community led by the village head - Alterman. This patriarchal connection replaced the Germans with the iron discipline of the Romans. The Tribal Union was led by the Duke, which contained a permanent squad of the most notable warriors. German leaders were often hired to serve along with their squads.

Poor lands, dense forests, impenetrable swamps and the perseverance of tribal alliances - this made the conduct of a proper war on the territory of the Germans impossible for the Romans. The expansion of the Empire permanently settled on the Rhine.

Although the Army of Snow Star is a fictional compilation of characters, the author of the reconstruction relied on historical prototypes. You can safely use this army for battles with fantastic and historical opponents.

We chose the following German army in DBA 2.2:

1Wb/Cv (Leader) + 2Cv + 1Ps + 8Wb

So you should get 12 units and one General at the head of his unit. We have added the Leader and several special units so that you can use this in your home rules.

Use game mechanics, cards and all the accessories of the game C&C Ancient, but at the same time independently form your army on the battlefield. We hope you enjoy this adaptation of the two gaming systems.

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