|Galatians left, Early Seleucids right
|Opposite end of the table
|Seleucid right flank
|Seleucid left flank
|Galatian right flank
|Pisidian allies on the Galatian left flank
On Sunday morning I played a solo Pacto sized Mortem et Gloriam (MeG) game out in the shed, with the Early Seleucids taking on the Galatians. The armies advanced and were quickly in combat with the Galatian cavalry routed by the Seleucid Companions on their right flank. Meanwhile on the opposite flank the Seleucid line cavalry were routed by the Galatian chariots and combining with the cavalry threatened the Seleucid right flank. The Galatian warriors charged home and were soon engaged in a prolonged slogging match with the Seleucid line. The game seemed quite close and hard fought with wounded and killed commanders on both sides. The resilience of the Seleucid pike with three rather than two bases a unit was vital and in the end they won convincingly 15-4.