My phalanx took it hard early with attacks from multiple elephant and scythed chariot terror units. Eventually they weakened my left most pike unit to the point where Earl's infantry mopped them up easily. On the left flank my small flank guard delayed, and took out a couple of cavalry units, but after that a flood of hooves were let loose on our rear.
Luckily for the Macedonians, by the time the flank collapsed, my remaining pike had eliminated the last of the terror units it was facing and was able to about face to meet the oncoming cavalry. Our other pike phalanx, commanded by Byron was left to mop up the Greek mercenary spear phalanx. On the extreme right, Bob expertly commanded our large cavalry force, neutralizing the Persian cavalry on the right flank.
This was a Macedonian victory, and gave Ralph the feedback he needed to adjust the balance of the scenario for club game night.