This is game two of yesterday's tournament, and I played Birdsong, a wily veteran of the North Texas / Oklahoma scene. As I recall, I first met him 2 or 3 years ago in OKC for a Hard Boyz tournament, and since that time he often makes the trip from Lawton, OK to Wichita Falls, TX for our local events.
He's also the dude that pulled the Sanctuary Screwjob on me last month. That's one of my favorite games, but I was just as happy to find out I wouldn't see Inquisitor Pissoff on the table again.
previous video battle reports, Daemons Vs Blood Angels (Brent Vs He Who Shall Not Be Named). As I said there, this mission plays to the strength of Daemons who are able to work through the synergy of 1 or 2 units, whilst other armies aren't quite as capable. I also said we determined the Defender should turtle up in the middle, which is possible since regardless of the sector you roll, you can set up within 24-square inches of the center. The attacker is forced to move on from the board edge of whatever quadrant he rolls. Also, there is an objective in the center of each of the 6 sections. Got it?
Basically, that was game. Birdsong asked afterward if I felt vindicated. Yup!
I'm aware the scenario was an uphill battle, but I thought it was made more so by his decision to full reserve. Given this is a topic that's pretty pertinent, I'll weigh in. Ready?
(What? You expected more?)
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