0. PROLOGUE: HEAD TO HEAD
It is the heat of the period of territorial expansion, and an alliance of Greek city-states, who simplyrefer themselves as the Allies, and Egypt are both head to head in the race for being the superpower. Finally, the Greek Alliance decides that the best way to prevent Egypt from being a superpower isto attack them and conquer them.
1. HOLDING OUR GROUND
There are no beach defences on the shores of Egypt, so the Allies are able to easily land their troops and set up a camp. But theEgyptians send in 2 whole platoons (1 infantry and 1 chariot) to attack them. Since the camp has just been set up, there are no fortifications, but because of the distance between the camp and thenearest Egyptian military installations, the Egyptians cannot reinforce their attack. So, it comes down to good old fashion fighting!
2. PUSHING FORWARD
The Allies successfully marchforward towards the small coastal city of Ana’Ouk, a fishing port of vital economic importance. The problem isn’t capturing the city; it’s dealing with the numerous attacks against the Allies after thecapture of the city.
3. GETTING HIT FROM BEHIND
In a surprise move, the city-state of Sparta, enemies of the Greek Alliance and only Greek city-state powerful enough to defy theAlliance, land soldiers in the town the Allies just took. The Allies are resisting, but are having a hard time. Finally, the Alliance sends in reinforcements, and the Allies force the Spartans to retreat.Will the reinforcements be enough, or will the Spartans still win?
4. COMING IN LIKE A DARK STORM
With Ana’Ouk now secure (and the Egyptian economy in peril), the Allies march inland,towards Jaeka, the military capital of Egypt and the home to a large number of Egyptians. Because Jaeka is at the base of some mountains, the Allies gather as many horses as they can, and storm...