This was a 2v2 multi-player battle. Me and my ally where both Romans against another set of Romans and there Greek allies. Our tactic was to merge our armies and support each others advances. Our first attack was against the Greek army as they attempted to join up with there allies. Though our enemies were heavily hit, all of our cavalry units were destroyed.
With few archers remaining and 4 regiments of urban cohort, I must protect our left flank from the advancing Greek army. My Ally is protecting the right flank from the full attack of the Roman infantry and the remaining Roman Cavalry. Notice the Differences in tactics as I believe this was the reason for our victory.
Our initial attack fails as the plan was for my men to support my team mate. As we charge our cavalry towards the enemy lines, he tells me to protect our flank by attacking the incoming Roman cavalry on the right. As I quickly redirect my men they become split up causing them to be easily picked off. My team mates attack is strong enough to destroy the Greek cavalry but routes soon afterward. Let us know what you think.