So we went to the Colonial GT is lovely somewhere in Jersey last weekend. It was a weekend filled with laughs, shouts of "GAMEBREAKING" (mainly by me) and some confusion which ended up with four of us being given a hotel room that already had four sleeping gamers in it!
So I rolled down with Jon and Mike (fellow Unplugged Gamers) in my car and got in a practice game Friday night against Mike's Vampires with a mortis engine. He hadn't really used it before, I'd never fought it before, it was good practice for both of us.
So let's see who was accompanying our resident Jabberslythe on this trip:
Bam-Bam the Beastlord: 4+ armor, 4+ ward, potion of strength, brass cleaver (it let's him go BAM BAM BAM)
Cry-Baby the Great Bray Shaman (how hard is it to cast a spell on 6 dice?): Fencer's Blades, 5+ ward, Earthing Rod, Lvl 4 death
BSB: Heavy Armor, Shield, Gnarled Hide, +1 LD banner
Level 1 Bray Shaman: Additional hand weapon and a bad attitude (dispel scroll)
37 Gors, AHWs, FC
36 Ungors, HW/shield, FC
5 Ungor Raiders
16ish bestigors, FC, flaming banner
6 minotaurs, FC, blackened plate on the champ
I think that's everybody! The gors tend to go in a horde with the beastlord and bsb in there and often one of the two casters, usually the level 4. If I can keep that unit alive I've usually got a good chunk of my points still around. 3 toughness 5 characters in a unit is often a surprise for people!
Game one was against our very own Caleb Edwards!
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