And a project which I so very recently coveted. Do I still do my own thing, or simply play in his games. What are the 'ethics' of big desire to do it yourself?
|ColinU's 'Grand Master' unit of knights|
What is it with my dice rolling?? Not as bad as PeterM's playing as my Crusading partner and his German retinue but pretty bad nonetheless.
|The village garrisoned by some pagan dudes.|
Oh and don't have fleet-footed foot enter woods nearby so your stupid mounted knights need to wild charge them at foolish odds...just saying....
But to his credit his tactics were good. Sit out in the open, tempt the knights to move toward them, then jump back into the woods so the knights are forced to wild charge into the woods which decreases the knight's armour making them very vulnerable indeed. This tactic indeed worked well until the last turn of the game, until I was forced to move to his side of the table, throw the curse of God upon his dice. Miracle! For the first time in the game (I kid you not) he did not get a kill on my Teutonic knights. Didn't even get a hit! The power of prayer apparently. That or the odds finally evened out. The result: my boys in white sheets finally eliminated the pagans last hope at victory.