An excellent game indeed.Essentially a rebellious roman commander teamed up with the Gaulish chieftain Badvoc to try and wrest control from he loyalist roman forces. This game had the rebels attacking the loyalists in a valley.The Gauls and their roman allies setup a battleline with the hard nuts in the centre, cav on the right and woods on the left. Naked fanatics and skirmishes out front. More skirmishers and 2 warbands approached from the right flank but marched into some woods which reduced their usefulness.The Romans built a very solid line across the valley with a decent force facing the infantry.In general things went as expected. The rebels achieved early wins bashing the roman line, roman cav and auxilia with major effect, causing several units to fall back in disorder. The serious veterans on the loyalist side were able to stabilise the situation and push back the initial rebel gains. Whilst a warbands did roll over the auxilia on the right, the lack of support lead to getting minced by the legions.A minor victory for the loyalists. Reprisals to start here no doubt.