|Dropping off Judge Turner to breach the defenses.|
Not all of the scenarios were 100% perfect - one or two seemed very biased towards fast moving units, and since my force was two Judges, one riding a Lawmaster and able to give the other a pillion ride, I could have won one in a single turn. As I don't play tournaments in win-at-all-costs mode, I did go for a slightly different approach which cost me any chance at a complete whitewash, but hey :D
Dreddpool, in the two linked scenarios, The first really boiled down to who had the better luck rolling dice to find something (Rob), which gave him the interesting defensive position for the second game. Which was closer than I expected, despite Dreddpool's rather annoying ability to bounce around the battlefield like an idiot. I came pretty close to blowing his head off before he finally got me.
|Yes, those are working lights. Cute, huh?|
|That's Dreddpool's head (AKA 'prime target') peering|
over the defences.
Apologies, but no comics for this: it was all a bit fast and frantic. But we do have a club campaign night on Monday!