This truely was the Civil War, or at least a battle of it. Around 8,000 men participated in this fight, and it was grand. There were many flanking maneuvers, cavalry battles, artillery face-offs, archer skirmishes, and a whole lot more plain killing and carnage. I loved fighting this battle, and I'm even happier that we won! I highly recommend this.
Well, after reviewing this battle, I can safely say that the root of the problem for the Reds was the fact that one of them (TENTH) broght spearmen. They are great at holding cavalry, but, ERE didn't really have that much, but the fact that those spearmen are very inferior to plumbs and comis was apparent from the beginning.