1. The board was changed and the battle was fought across the narrow side of the board. This put the Gauls closer to the Romans, and also meant the Roman reinforcements would arrive closer to the battlefield.
2. The Roman cavalry and light infantry was divided among it's parent commands instead of being a separate command. It was also given the first move, so it could attempt to escape from the Gallic horde.
3. The Roman reinforcement command arrived by turn 4.
The Nervi (Gaul) commander and his young trainee surveying the action, mid game.
The Nervi approaching the Roman line.
The lines clash.
The Nervi right never really closed, while the center and left did most of the fighting.
The game ended a Roman victory when the two center Nervi commands broke. We ran this game at 2017 Little Wars in April, with the Nervi getting revenge on the Romans.