John Prados' game The Victory of Arminius, on the Battle of Teutoburger Wald in 9 CE, will be among the next batch of TPS games.  Here is a view of one way in which the game action could start, showing possible German ambush positions on the fourth turn, as the Romans come on down the road and into the trap.  This is a representative set up, and not the only one by any means, as the German order of battle is randomized, and that player has a huge number of deployment options.

Also, I should note that this is the finished, soon to be published map, drawn by Mark Mahaffey.  His counters are much better than these, as I used the playtest counters that I generated. 

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