Game was fun this saturday, I got to finally kill off those dang werewolves. My big unit got crushed by the catapult in one shot, thank goodness they were out of position before I got around the flanks before my main attack. I used the orc list for my beastmen army.
(opps forgot to take photos of the setup and deployment)
I setup my units with blocks of infantry with supporting cavalry units on both flanks, I moved to set up delaying actions throughout my lines till I could flank the catapult on the left. I charged the center with my bow armed unit in the center to try to clear that out of the way, which didn't really work out but at least delayed the huge block of undead. On my left I charged into his cavalry unit and the unit in front of it, destroying both of those I tried to attack the large block but failed. The only saving grace was that my unit fell back into the woods so when I was attacked in turn, his unit had to move over the part of the terrain causing him to get a +1 to hit, which saved the hell out of me and allowed me to roll around the left and setup for flank attacks.
On the right I ran over the catapult, then followed up into the werewolves but failed to wipe them out. I survived his attack from his werewolves and was presented with a flank attack my minotaurs on his flank and cavalry in front.
|View from the right Werewolves being attacked.|
Only unit left was the large block of undead and his hero, at which point it was pretty much surrounded by all my living units ready for a multi attack into the front and flanks with no less than four units ready to attack on both flanks and one to the front. I still had a few other units set for follow up attacks just in case.
|Unit center that I hit with two units then destroyed it.|
|Left flank tying up large block with enemy wizard|
|Position after killing off werewolves|
|Center after destroying enemy unit.|
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