A Journeyman League with slightly modified rule set started in my home town.
My initial list was:
Mohsar the Desertwalker
- Gnarlhorn Satyr
- Winter Argus
- Gorax Rager
0-point games were played with Mangled Metal rules.
My first game was against:
- Ghordson Driller
- 2x of those tiny jacks with a single shot cannon
- 1x of the warjack with spray weapon
... and oh boys, was I rusty.
First turn I started to think about my fury management once I had already activated two of my beasts that only ran. So I had to cut up, what, four points on my turn 2?
Well, it was quite tough match up anyway. As there was no scenario pressure, I had to keep going at them, all the while getting shot to pieces. At least the salt pillars were a nuisance for Ossrum and protected me somewhat.
Once Driller got to charge Gnarlhorn Satyr and I had not seriously damaged even one of their jacks, I started to figure out a way to give me even a tiniest sense of accomplishment, as winning the game looked unlikely.
I ended up wrecking the Driller with Mohsar. Yay.
Second game was against Convergence of Cyriss:
Oh, this game brought me back fond memories of playing Mk2 with Mohsar against Khador.
I used my feat on turn 1.
I was less afraid of the shooting aspect of enemy forces this time, and pushed forward much more aggressively.
Syntherion, however, got Magnetic Hold on Gnarlhorn Satyr, which made me feel a lot less confident.
All Gnarlhorn did was to walk over to Diffuser and beat it to the ground. I expected to lose it next turn.
Reconstruct was on Monitor, so I'd have to somehow wreck it twice with light warbeasts. Perhaps with Curse of Shadows.
However, a sort of miracle happened. Monitor did not kill Gnarlhorn, and neither did Galvanizer who came to help. Attack rolls by opponent were terrible. Syntherion spent all of his focus points that turn, so now I would have to try to assassinate him.
Mohsar charged Monitor and cast Curse of Shadows on Syntherion. Gorax gave Primal to Winter Argus, and Winter Argus then walked to back arc of Syntherion, who promptly died.