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It was a blast. Fast paced and full of action and decision making for all players. The game pitted my newly rebased fantasy figures from Ral Partha, Demonworld and Black Raven Foundry in a basic good vs evil fight. The evil side had to cross the river and exit units off the opposite side to gain Victory Points or could just opt to destroy their opponents. Both sides had to achieve 10 Victory Points to win. Richard presiding over the Battlelore Epic Game View from the Imperial Alliance side - Elven Longbow anchor a formidible defensive position which would prove itself in the upcoming game.
My worst nightmare played out - Elven longbows and heavy crossbows shredded our first wave as they tried to come to grips with their opponents. First wave of Orcs stall at the river. Ahh yes the infamous mystery wall - or as I call it the Vortex or Borg-tex. This thing was absent-mindedly left on the table during setup but proved to be a rather thorny item to contend with.
The rules basically were that if a unit was adjacent to it or occupied the hex with the wall in it a random event could occur. The ones I remember were all bad - but very amusing as both sides attempted to maneuver around it after losing stands to it. This shot also shows some of my Undead figures from Ral Partha and Demonworld. Turning point? Orcs finally force a crossing and have the opportunity to race to the table edge.
This was the Chain Lightning spell - it was awesome and chewed up many units of the Alliance. Unfortunately it did not do enough to prevent our rout by the Alliance.
Wargs and Heavy Foot surge towards Imperial Knights late in the game This picture shows the confused setting on my flank near end game. The Alliance committed the dastardly act of attacking the attackers and with my forces scattered and out of position it basically sealed the game for them. Game winning shot. Even if the left flank had held the right was in trouble too for my side as shown below. No where to run for my guys! In short this game rocks.
It has infinite possibilities and will definitely be run again at Hurricon in the fall. Posted by.
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