Army Lists (i do not know my opponents/allies exact lists):
Cluster of Raidiants
Rageths Wildfire Blades
Helm of the Hunt
Potion of Strength
3x10 Glade Guard
60 Clan Rats
20 Storm Vermin
Hell Pit Abomination
Warp Lightning Cannon
Just a standard last man standing sort of affair this game. This is how we deployed:
As you can see I deployed my Glade Guard on the left flank, hoping to take advantage of the rather weak opposition and flank around mid to late game to aid the right flanks efforts. My Treekin and a unit of Dryads take up the center field hopefully getting some good damage in once the battle kicks off. My Lifeweaver is hanging around in the center of my main attack force to grant buffs and get some good Dwellers off if i get the chance. Finally my last dryads and treeman take up the right flank to take on the HPA and hopefully the big unit of clan rats. My waywatchers deployed to hopefully snipe his grey seer with a killing blow and my Noble is hanging around ready to slaughter the HPA...hopefully.
My ally set up his units basically to full in the gaps.His Pegasus Knights and Paladin prepare to engage the cannon as soon as possible whilst his Men At Arms move up to try and block any potenital flank danger for my guard and center line. His archers deploy to far back unfortunately and his knights take up position between my weaver and dryads to take on the big blocks.
The Skaven have a unit of Night Runners in front of the building flanked by a Doom Wheel (scary stuff) and some Clan Rats with a few giant rats to spruce things up a bit. The huge alter on the hill (it was massive...and looked great) held the Warp Lightning Cannon, Jezzails, the Grey Seer AND warlock engineer...certainly a commanding position...and hard to crack thanks to the abundance of rats near it. The main bulk of slaves, clan rats, storm vermin and HPA occupy the right flank...clearly this is where the action will be taking place!
Wood Elves + Brets
A pretty uneventful turn. His army moves up to engage however he makes a critical error when moving his clan rats and rotates them to face my Noble. Clearly he over estimates the power of the noble without his potion. Magic failed across the board thanks to some poor rolling on his behalf and great rolls on my own. Shooting hurt a bit. 2 Waywatchers got zapped by lightning from the doom wheel but luckily the cannon missed the Knights by 1"! Things are looking up for us as we have lost nothing important and our armies are ready to move.
Wood Elves + Brets