Another two team campaign ideated to be played and finished in a single session. This time Timur the Lame will fight the numerous enemies he conquered in his successful military career.
Timur envisioned the restoration of the Mongol Empire of Genghis Khan. As a means of legitimating his conquests, Timur relied on Islamic symbol and language, referring to himself as the Sword of Islam.
During his lifetime Timur emerged as the most powerful ruler in the Muslim world after defeating the Mamulks of Egypt and Syria, the emerhing Ottoman Empire and the declining Sultanate of Dehli.
By the end of his reign Timur had also gained control over the remnants of the Chagatai Khanate, Ilkhanate, Golden Horde and even attempted to restore Yuan dynasty.
Timur armies were feared, because he laid waste by his campaigns and caused the death of allegedly the 5% of the world population, leading to a barbarian legacy.
The teams will play individual games, each one representing a different period of Timurid wars of expansion.
The Timurid armies will be selected from IV/75 list within the time span from 1360AD to 1405AD and must be lead by Timur.
The Timurid enemies will be picked from the following nations, with each army using the 1360-1405AD time span options, and no more than a single army from the list:
III/10 Hindu Indian
IV/2 Cilician Armenian
IV/34 Trapezuntine Byzantine
IV/36 Later Muslim Indian
IV/42 Islamic Persian
IV/45 Mamluk Egyptian
IV/52 Later Nomadic Mongol
IV/77 White and Black sheep Turkoman
These are the games played in our club, that resulted in a neat victory for the timurid enemies
Timurid (Terpin) - Hindu Indian (Mele) - 4-21
Timurid (Peroni) - Georgian (Sardi) - 0-25
Timurid (Morisi) - Cilician Armenian (Sarracino) - 4-21
Timurid (Vigaṇ) - Later Nomadic Mongol (Miguez) - 12-13
Timurid (Vecchia) - Ottoman (Tonini) - 3-22
This shows how difficult is to reply the great victories of Timur!
These are brief pictured reports of the five games: