Parmenion marches along the coast towards Pellene With winter curtailing all operations close to the Istros the only remaining conflict was in the northern Peloponnese. Parmenion had been left in the region and had been reinforced by a further influx of veteran phalangites. Some of these were dispatched to Corinth and the rest marched with him towards Pellene. The Achaean League had continued to harass Sicyon over the summer and was now to be taught a lesson. Parmenion's goal was not to destroy the league entirely, rather he would seek to further secure Sicyon and if possible take Patra. Achaea attempts to break the siege of Pellene With the city invested the Achaean League decides to march in an effort to lift the siege. They came along the coastal road from Aigeira with a force far stronger than Parmenion's small army and it briefly looked grim - until Demetrius appeared with reinforcements. Thanks to them Parmenion was able to wheel about and defeat Pellene's garrison and the relief column.