Saturday 14/03/20: Of Armies and Hordes plus Camel Up   Leave a comment

Phil umpired whilst Darryl and Bruce played the Dwarves against Alex and Mike as the Goblins.  The Dwarves planned on retaking the halls and entered via the sewers and secret passages to begin their attack.

The Dwarves had Artillery and a Chariot which proved very powerful.  The Goblins did not really have an answer.  Eventually though they sent in the Trolls who slew the Dwarven King which caused a collapse of the Dwarven morale.  Because they had been defending the baseline on my quite small battlefield forcing the goblins to advance under heavy artillery fire when they retreated one space they fled the table!  So even though it did not feel like it the Goblins won the day as the dwarves fell back to mourn their King whilst the sub-commander and his force formed a stalwart rear guard.


Posted March 15, 2020 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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