Hey guess what? Lockdown here in Melbourne Australia has finally come to an end. I’ve been lucky enough to work through lockdown this time round so it hasn’t affected me too much. I generally only go to the hardware store, the petrol station and to clients homes anyway haha. The only thing I couldn’t do was hang out with my mates who are my brothers really.
However now it’s all over Big Waz came round for a game and what a great game it was.
Orks (IRO) Vs Guard (Big Waz)
The Battle For Peas and Serenity.
The objective for the Guard was to rescue General Peas from the dirty green clutches of the Orks.
The objective of the Orks was to capture what “Umies” call serenity. A strange and rare thing to find and keep.
Here are what the armies looked like starting with the guard.
Here are the Orks.
As you can see, both sides were vehicle heavy.
Here’s the map setup. (I hope you can see it this time) A lot of terrain as I wanted a real city scape battle this time round.
Here’s a couple of shots close up. The pillars were road blocks for vehicles that would have to be blasted into smithereens if a player wished to pass through them.
I think setting up terrain is one of my favourite things to do hehe.
I won the initiative so, full of gusto, I started to move the mighty Red Orktober (landship) forward but first I had to blow up some ruins to get past it. I continued to push forward until I had some enemy troops in my sights. I fired off a few shots but rolled badly and didn’t score any kills.
Big Waz boldly moved up commander Bromhead in his white Leman Russ Steed and took aim at “Da Fury” Ork tank. BOOM, BOOM, BOOM went the canon causing a lot of damage but the grizzled old war machine held on… just.
Da Red Orkstober steamed ahead blasting in every direction. It took on two Leman Russ tanks and destroyed them both. One was an easy kill but the other took a lot more effort. Meanwhile one of the remaining dragoons galloped up onto some ruins where he found an abandoned Lascanon and opened fire on the old Ork ship.