By Richard Bodley-Scott
Delivering obtainable and informative assurance of the Greek, Persian and Macedonian armies, Immortal fireplace info conflicts resembling the Spartan stand at Thermopylae, Alexander's victory at Gaugamela, and his struggle for the Granicus river. Well-designed, visually lovely and with precise historic overviews of every military, those complete military listings, with aiding maps and paintings permit players to recreate essentially the most mythical battles in background. tackle the position of the world's maximum tacticians and infantrymen and alter heritage.
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Immortal Fire Field of Glory Greek Persian and Macedonian Army List by Richard Bodley-Scott