How did Alexander the Great master the False Gap at age 18 ๐Ÿ˜ฎ


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  1. He did the exact same move at the Battle of Issus, against Dariius of Persia — pull the enemy line apart by feinting, then striking with cavalry, peltasts, and light infantry for the Persian general staff.

    Exact sane move, exact same outcome.

  2. Not to undermine the mans talent but I find it kind of funny

    Perhaps the squares arent telling the whole picture but it seems to me like this win was more due to the greek incompetence, they left themselves wide open to a basic cavalry flanking maneuver

  3. Imagine the amount of courage and adrenaline his warriors mustโ€™ve felt, when they saw Alexander executing his part in the plan. They mustโ€™ve been hyped when they pushed back. ๐Ÿ”ฅ

  4. Ceaser and so many great conquerers wanted to be like him.
    He was unique. At that age what he did was never replicated.

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