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We were playing cleanse (this wasn't a combat patrol) so there were table quarters. The middle of the map had a huge hill, one set of opposite quarters each had a small fort / bunker / fortified position in each, and the other opposite quarters each had a small hill.
I was playing Blood Raves
Commander with power sword and bolt pistol
+2 melta guns
He was playing Imperial Fists
Master with power fist and bolt pistol
+Razorback with heavy bolter
Dreadnought with ccw and assault cannon
He deployed in one corner with a small hill in it. The plasma cannon squad deployed near the center of the board, the Razorback was at one end going for one bunker, and the other tactical squad and dread were positioned to move into the other bunker. I deployed one tactical squad in each of the bunkers (hooray Infiltrate) and the command squad as close to the plasma cannon squad as I could get.
Turn 1 Blood Ravens
The tactical squad close to the dread moved up into the bunker and blew up the dread with the plasma gun. The command squad moved forward and killed the plasma cannon gunner. The other tactical squad sat still and killed two more marines from the plasma cannon squad.
Turn 1 Imperial Fists
The tactical squad near the dread decided that they would charge my squad after seeing the dread get blown up. They lost two marines, didn't kill anything in return, and passed their morale check. The tactical squad in the middle stepped off of the hill and into cover. The Razorback moved towards the other squad in the bunker, disembarked the command squad, and proceeded to block line of sight.
Turn 2 Blood Ravens
In assault, my tactical squad killed two more marines while taking no casualties, but could not cause the Imperial Fists to run. The command squad couldn't get a useful line of sight to anything, so they advanced into the center of the board. The engaged tactical squad shot at the command squad and killed 3.
Turn 2 Imperial Fists
The Razorback tried to tank shock my squad, but failed a difficult terrain test and became immoblished on the bunker wall. The depleted tactical squad shot at my tactical squad and killed 2. The Commander and remaining marine assaulted the tactical squad and killed everyone (6 attacks, 5 of them from power fists). Sometime around now my other tactical squad killed off the last two marines on the other side of the board.
Turn 3 Blood Ravens
The Command squad shot at the Razorback, but two meltagun hits were only able to cause a can't move / can't shoot result; fantastic. (note: I considered assaulting his commander but decided not to since I would have to have taken 2 difficult terrain tests and rolled 6's for both to make it. Remember this). The other tactical squad began the long walk to find some people to shoot.
Turn 4 Imperial Fists
After rolling sixes for two difficult terrain tests, his commander assaults my command squad. The power fist destroys my commander, after 3 power sword attacks and 6 other attacks fail to connect. The other tactical squad moves up to support the assault.
Turn 5 Blood Ravens
The Imperial Fist commander vaporizes the command squad with some help from the other tactical squad.
Turn 5 Imperial Fists
The commander and remaining tactical squad advance towards the final tactical squad.
Turn 6 Blood Ravens
Unable to target the commander, and again not wanting to trust in two difficult terrain tests to get into assault, the tactical squad shoots at and destroys the remaining marine from the command squad.
Turn 6 Imperial Fists
Again rolling sixes on both of his difficult terrain tests, the commander gets into close combat. Fortunately I was able to put the final wound on him before he could power fist a third squad into oblivion.
Blood Raves held one table quarter
Imperial fists held zero table quarters
Some poor armour save rolling, but fantastic difficult terrain and close combat rolls on the Imperial side balanced out some good shooting and poor close combat rolls for the Ravens and made this a very close game. It all came down to one final combat in the final turn.
nice report. better than i could do. in fact... i might do a report for my apocalypse game
It is insufficiant that I succeed - All others must fail.
Very interesting and Concise