Alexander the Great: 326-324 BC

Alexander the Great: 326-324 BC
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  • Porus vs Alexander (326 BC)
  • (Porus):He won't be able to cross, we've got more men than him and elephants. The river is too fast and wide!
  • Porus' Army
  • Alexander's Army
  • (Alexander): I'll find a way... First I'll order grain to trick them, and make them form a Pavlovian reaction to my men making noise!
  • They'll never see it coming...
  • They crossed the river 18 miles from camp. Alexander reached some complications. The river had actually an island in the middle! But they still made it safely. By the time Porus found out, they were too late.
  • Quickly, while they're being distracted by the decoy!
  • Alexander won the battle. He had an advantage, as Porus couldn't use his archers and chariots due to the weather. All was good, except Alexander's favoured horse, Bucephalus, died.
  • Ancient History Encyclopedia- Battle of Hydapses.
  • NO, BUCEPHALUS!!
  • GOOD RIDDANCE!
  • WE WANT TO GO HOME!
  • Mutiny at Hyphasis, in the Ganges Valley(326 BC)
  • Grrr.. fine, but when you go home, you can tell your friends that you left your king alone!
  • With these words, Alexander retreated to his tent and sulked for 3 days.
  • They'll cave soon.
  • Piffle.
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