|The eerily silent battlefield, who would have thought such carnage would be wrought on these fine green fields?|
|I love the Dwarf gyrocopter, and use this as my steel behemoth in the absence of a proper steam tank.|
Andy had place a regiment of knights on his right flank, and these swept around and attacked the Brockriders. In hindsight this was never going to end well for the Brockriders.
|The left flank Ironclad took casualties from a regiment of human archers which boldly advanced towards them.|
|The Dwarf right pushed forward - an Ironclad regiment supported by the steel behemoth|
|The Dwarf King threw himself forward facing off against the rampaging knights. This was the hero's finest hour.|
|Valiantly he held out|
|And still there|
|The Ironclad hit the archers repeatedly|
|Meanwhile on the Dwarf right, the ironclad regiment had been taken down by a regiment of foot guards, only to be attacked by the steel behemoth|
|And sent on their way|
|The Ironclad regiment was caught in a classic fork, archers to their front, knights to their flank. They destroyed the archers but were caught in the flank by a full regiment of knights.|
|It wasn't a pretty sight|
|However the Dwarf gun line had managed to turn itself, and brought its entire might down on the knight regiment.|
The game had played out well. The 2nd edition of Kings of war shows signs of refinement over the 1st edition, and plays even better than the 1st, evidence of a company that listens to player feedback and focusses on giving 'gamers a good experience.
We had a great evening with plenty of laughs, lots of cinematic 'gaming moments, all accompanied by beer and sausage rolls. Doesn't get much better!!!