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Expansion of Ulster and Erie War (1000bc; 960-920 )Edit

Battle of Donegal (1000bc)Edit

Ulster is attacking, Irish tribes are defending.

Ulster has no casus belli -5 to Ulster

Motive is (re-)expansion, score doesn't change

Irish tribes are defending plains +0,5 to Irish tribes

Irish tribes are in homeland, Ulster troops are in Enemy homeland +3 to Irish tribes -2 to Ulster

Irish tribes are outnumbered +1 to Ulster

Ulster has no military power, score doesn't change

Irish tribes have no economy or military power, score doesn't change

Army score:

Ulster: 1000/200 = 5

Irish tribes: 100/200 = 0,5

Results:

Ulster -1

Irish tribes 4

Armies of Ulster, not having enough supplies are forced to turn around and go back home.


Battle of North Leinster (950bc) Edit

Ulster is attacking, Leinster is defending.

Political cassus beli, score doesn't change

Plains: +0.5 to Leinster and Irish Tribes

Leinster defending homeland, Ulster in enemy homeland: +3 to Leinster and Irish Tribes, -2 to Ulster

Leinster and Irish tribes are outnumbered +1 to Ulster

Ulster has a local garrison +1 to Ulster

Leinster has imploded economy and non-existent military '+1 to 'Leinster and Irish Tribes

Army score:

Ulster: 2000/200 = 10

Leinster:  900/200 = 4,5

Irish tribes: 800/200  = 4

Results (fortune rolls):

Ulster: 10 * 1,07 = 10,7 (1 - 107)

Leinster: 13 * 1,05 = 13,65 (22 - 105)

Coeficient: 0,78

Casualties:

Ulster: 1000

Leinster: 400

Irish tribes: 390

Final result: Despite being outnumbered, Leinster and Irish tribes manage to hold their positions thanks to the support of local population. (Battlefield modifier)

Battle off the Isle of Man (940 bc) Edit

Leinster is attacking, Ulster is defending.

Social or moral motives of Leinster +2 to Leinster

Beach: +3 to Ulster

Due to Ulster being hostile towards locals, battlefield factor is nulified.

Armies are equallscore doesn't change

Bad memories to Ulster -3 to Ulster

Leinster has a non-existen military +0 to Leinster

Ulster has growing economy and local garrison +3 to Ulster

Army score:

Leinster:  500/200 = 2,5

Irish tribes: 400/200  = 4,0

Ulster: 900/200 = 4,5

Results (fortune rolls):

Leinster: 8,5 * 0,95 = 8,06 (69 - 95)

Ulster: 7,5 * 1,02 = 7,65 (59 - 102)

Coeficient: 0,95

Casualties:

Leinster: 300

Irish tribes: 340

Ulster: 675

Final result: Despite having a huge disadvantage in attacking position, low morale of Ulster troops and their lack of local support, helped Leinster and Irish tribes lead a succesful attack. Leinster gains 10px on the Island of Man.

Expansion of Hollandia (980 bc)Edit

Battle of Brabant (980bc)Edit

Hollandia is attacking, Southern Tribes are defending.

Political cassus belli, score doesn't change

Political +2 to Hollandia

Plains: +0.5 to Southern Tribes

South defending homeland, Hollandia in enemy homeland: +3 to Southern Tribes, -2 to Hollandia

Southern Tribes are outnumbered +1 to Hollandia

Hollandia has a local garrison +2 to Hollandia

Southern Tribes have weak economy and local garrison +6 to Southern Tribes

Army score:

Hollandia: 2000/200 = 10

Southern tribes: 200/200 = 1

Results (fortune rolls):

Hollandia: 13 * 1,03 = 13,39 (74 - 103)

Southern Tribes: 10,5 * 0,98 = 10,29 (19 - 98)

Coeficient: 0,77

Casualties:

Hollandia: 115

Southern Tribes: 150

Gains:

Hollandia gets 39px.

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War in Crete (950bc) Edit

Battle for Western Crete (950bc) Edit

Mycenaea is attacking, Cretan Greeks are defending.

Mycenaea has no casus belli -5 to Mycenaea

Motive is (re-)expansion, score doesn't change

Cretan Greeks are defending plains +0,5 to Cretan Greeks

Cretan Greeks are in homeland, Mycenaean troops are in Enemy homeland +2 to  Cretan Greeks -1 to Mycenaea

Mycenaea is a defensive power +3 to Mycenaea

Cretan Greeks have imploded economy and non-existent military +1 to Cretan Greeks


Army score:

Mycenaea: 1000/200 = 5

Cretan Greeks: 100/200 = 0,5


Results (fortune rolls):

Mycenaea: 2 * 0,99 = 1,98 (2 - 99)

Cretan Greeks: 4 * 1,02 = 4,08 (76 - 102)

Coeficient: 0,48

Casualties:

Mycenaea: 208

Cretan Greeks: 100

Final result: Even despite big losses, Myceni manage to break through Greek defensive lines and fully defeat them.

Gains: Mycenaea gets 140px of land in Crete.

War in Lydia (880bc - ) Edit

Battle for Melissopetra (870bc)Edit

Lydia is attacking, Mycenae and allies are defending.

Lydia is reuniting lands +1 to Lydia

Motive is (re-)expansion, score doesn't change

Mycenae are defending plains +0,5 to Mycenae

Mycenae are in homeland, Lydian troops are in Enemy homeland +2 to Mycenae -1 to Lydia

Lydian army is bigger +1 to Lydia

Lydia is a continental power +9 to Lydia

Mycenaea is a moderate power with reasonable economy +11 to Mycenaea


Army score:

Lydia: 8000/1000 = 8

Mycenaea: 1500/1000 = 1,5

Sparta: 1000/1000 = 1

Athens: 800/1000 = 0,8


Results (fortune rolls):

Lydia: 18,5 (22 - 103)

Mycenaea: 17,6 (60 - 105)

Coeficient: 0,95

Casualties:

Lydia: 2400

Mycenaea: 1300

Sparta: 600

Athens: 600

Final result: Lydia overhelms Myceni and their forces with its superior numbers but with pretty big casualties.

Gains: Melissopetra falls to Lydia, surviving Mycenaean forces have to retreat with navy.

Battle in Ionia (870bc)Edit

Lydia is attacking, Athens are defending.

Motive is (re-)expansion, score doesn't change

Athens are defending plains +0,5 to Athens

Athens are in homeland, Lydian troops are in Enemy homeland +2 to Athens -1 to Lydia

Athenian army is bigger +1 to Athens

Lydia is a continental power +9 to Lydia

Athens are moderate power with reasonable economy +11 to Athens

Army score:

Lydia: 5000/1000 = 5

Athens: 5400/1000 = 5,4

Results (fortune rolls):

Lydia: 13,65 (75 - 105)

Athens: 20,5 (53 - 103)

Coeficient: 0,67

Casualties:

Lydia: 2,500

Athens: 1,675

Final result: Due to good defending position and slightly bigger numbers Athens manage to win and only lose one-third of their army while Lydia has around half of the attacking force killed or heavily wounded.

Second battle in Melissopetra (860bc)Edit

Mycenae are attacking, Lydia is defending.

Motive is (re-)expansion, score doesn't change

Lydia is defending beach  +3 to Lydia

Lydians are in homeland, Mycenaean troops are in Enemy homeland +2 to Lydia -1 to Mycenae

Mycenaean army is bigger +1 to Mycenae

Lydia has bad memories -3 to Lydia

Lydia is a continental power with strong economy +19 to Lydia

Mycenae are moderate power +5 to Mycenae


Army score:

Mycenae: 2700/1000 = 2,7

Lydia: 1000/1000 = 1


Results (fortune rolls):

Mycenae: 7,8 (77 - 101)

Lydia: 13,6 (101 - 62)

Co-efficient: 0,57

Casualties:

Mycenae: 1,350

Lydia: 770

Final result: Despite Mycenae having a pretty big advantage, Lydians were able to set up defences on the beach and only luck helped Myceni (Lydia got Epic Fail in fortune) to avoid total defeat.

Invasion of Kipros (850bc)Edit

Lydia is attacking, Mycenae and allies are defending.

Motive is (re-)expansion, score doesn't change

Mycenae are defending on the beach: +3 to Mycenae

Both armies are tired of fighting -3 to Lydia -3 to Mycenae

Mycenae are in homeland, Lydian troops are in Enemy homeland +2 to Mycenae -1 to Lydia

Myceni and allies have a bigger army +1 to Mycenae

Lydia is a continental power +9 to Lydia

Mycenaea is a moderate power with reasonable economy +11 to Mycenaea

Army score:

Lydia: 8000/1000 = 3

Mycenaea: 1100/1000 = 1,1

Sparta: 1000/1000 = 1

Athens: 3400/1000 = 3,4


Results (fortune rolls):

Lydia: 8,1 (99 - 101)

Mycenaea: 19,4 (26 - 100)

Coeficient: 0,42

Casualties:

Lydia: 1500

Mycenaea: 100

Sparta: 100

Athens: 400

Final result: Lydian armies fail miserably and are forced to retreat with minor casualties amongst defenders.

Second battle in Ionia (840bc)Edit

Athens and Lydia are fighting in face to face battle.

Motive is (re-)expansion, score doesn't change

Athenian army is bigger +1 to Athens

Both armies are tired of fighting '-3 to Athens '-3 to Lydia 

Lydian troops have bad memories -3 to Lydia

Lydia is a continental power +9 to Lydia

Athens are moderate power +5 to Athens

Army score:

Athens: 7000/1000 = 5

Sparta: 900/1000 = 0,9

Mycenae: 200/1000 = 0,2

Lydia: 7000/1000 = 7

Results (fortune rolls):

Athens: 11,1 (6 - 100)

Lydia: 10,1 (20 - 101)

Coeficient: 0,91

Casualties:

Lydia: 7,000

Athens: 6,000

Sparta: 350

Mycenae: 50

Final result: Athens win the battle completely destroying Lydian army and taking 604px with surviving 1,000 men.

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