1.We were still learning the relearning rules
2. I've gotten my ass kicked in every single game.
The very first game we played. My leader, along with two other henchmen were killed off and I've never really recovered. The history of our test games is littered with the bodies of many brave, but dead warriors. The only lose suffered by the Shadow Warriors was a clumsy Elf, who broke his neck falling off a building.
This was our 6th game, the last game was my best so far, (I still lost) with few of my heroes gaining skills, and my Marksmen gaining an increase to their Ballistic skill. The stage was set for a old fashion skirmish and revenge....
Schenkopp and his Rozenritters take the field as single group.
The lethal Shadow warriors split into teams before advancing on the city.
Elf-bear-pig leads the way.
The keen sighted archers take to the ground.
The Rozenritters stick close to the buildings wary of bow-fire.
While on the flanks, the Marksmen take up firing positions.
The Elves waste no time and advance in full force. What shots the group could see missed and Rozenritters escaped unharmed.
The rozenritters take up a defensive formation and ready themselves against the charge.
After such Heavy casualties, the Shadow Warriors lost the nerve to fight and flee into the city. Leaving the human mercenaries to celebrate their first victory.
After the battle, all my warriors recovered and made off with a decent haul for this adventure into the city of the dammed. Unfortunately, for the Shadow Elves, some wounds proved to be fatal. The leader of the group was killed, along with a couple of henchmen. With most of the Heroes out of action, the exploration phase was poor to say the least. That brings our test games to close and the real campaign ever closer.