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Germanic Warband vs Celtic Britons
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An army of 10000 Germanic warriors from the lands East of the Rhine, armed with langseax swords, framea spears, javelins, slings, longbows (rare) and clubs, armored in chainmail or chest-naked with rectangular wooden shields, led by Arminius of the Cherusci.


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An army of 10000 Celtic Britons from the isles across the British Channel, armed with longswords, lancea spears, javelins, slings, and axes, armored in chainmail or chest-naked with blue warpaint and thureos shields, led by Boudicca of the Iceni.


Yet another battle of the barbarians who defied Rome. The fight is a pitched battle that takes place in an open plain in Gaul.
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Not sure about the equipment but Arminius is the better general, having been an officer in the Roman Army whilst Boudicca is a pure barbarian. Overall, I'm not sure but leaning towards the Germanics.
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