Saturday 12th March: Song of Blades, Hammer and Forge   2 comments

The final scenario in our campaign.  This was based on the Hammer and Forge clearing the tunnels scenario.  Four forces of 300 points; two on each side; dwarves versus Goblins.

Posted March 16, 2016 by wargamesdiary in Miniatures

2 responses to “Saturday 12th March: Song of Blades, Hammer and Forge

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  1. That is a beautiful Dungeon setup you have there. Thank you also for the game report. I will give SoBaH a go very soon and getting a feel for the game in advance is always beneficial.

    • Thank you, the terrain is from dwarven forge. You will enjoy Song of Blades. For your first games though don’t have anything worse than effective Quality of 3. So either Q4 with a Leader who reduces it to 3 with a bonus when in range or Q3 (or 2) outright. Especially if you are introducing new players as otherwise it won’t be as much fun for them.

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