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PAWS Spring 2015 DBA

Posted by portsmouthwargames on January 21, 2015

The PAWS Spring DBA will be held on Saturday 7 March 2015 at 1.00 pm at the Stacey Community Centre, Portsmouth UK.

The theme will be

Successor Kingdoms of the 16th Century BC Bronze Age Middle East – 1600-1501 BC

The list of allowed armies is as follows

I/2b Early Egyptian
I/4c Hurrian, Kassite or Nairi
I/5c Early Susiana or Elamite
I/6a Early Bedouin
I/6c Early Aramaean
I/7a Early Libyan
I/12 Sumerian Successor
I/15 Later Amorites
I/16 Hittite Old and Middle Kingdom
I/17a&b Hyksos
I/19 Mitanni
I/20b Syro-Cannanite
I/21a Kassite Babalonian
I/22a New Kingdom Egyptian

Version 3 of the rules will be used. However, as there is less than 2 months to this tournament, we will allow people to use their existing version 2.2 armies for this one tournament only, if they are unable to paint, modify or morph a suitable version 3 compliant army in time (but they must still use version 3 terrain, aggression and troop types, and wouldn’t be able to use allies). Note that the version 2.2 sub-lists for I/6 are based only on dates, not on tribes as the version 3 sub-lists, so the version 2.2 I/6c sub-list cannot be used.


3 Responses to “PAWS Spring 2015 DBA”

  1. Pete said

    Bill, no Minoans ? They have very few period enemies, but one they do have is I/16, and parts of the Hittite empire are as far West as Crete ….

  2. The theme is based around the Amorites and their successors in Egypt, Syria and Mesopotamia, not on Hittite enemies.

  3. TWR said

    An interesting theme.

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