Ok, difficult situation: 9 Hoplites, 15 MIs and a handful other units moved next to Shlisselburg. Why are the Numideans still on the gold mountain? They could have moved towards L-E and now shipped into Shlisselburg. And where did the galley at S-E Point go? It was supposed to go to Avalon or M-H, why do we need it on the west coast? So what do we do now? Move as many units as possible into Shlisselburg, attack with horses first, then swords and hope to kill a few Hoplites and MIs on flatland. Or retreat all swords and wait for their upgrade? But then they will take Shlisselburg and move on the hill next to Sicyon. Don't like that. Would rather attack the Hoplites on grassland instead of on a hill... So I would say: attack now and then dig in and wait for reinforcements... What is the plan for the settler?! It could have moved to its destination across Timbuktu this turn! Now that they advance their stack away from the core, a counter-attack at Timbuktu might become feasible in a couple of turns!