I used the "Dangerous Delivery" scenario to represent a party of explorers trying to escape from a partially ruined Atlantean city with my Atlantean Guards league trying to stop them.
The guards consist of Polemarchos (leader) and ten (follower) guardsmen, five with tridents and five with flameguns.
|Polemarchos and his guards emerge from the jungle.|
Up against them was a hastily assembled exploring party theoretically under the leadership of Professor Protherroe but in fact led by the American explorer Rock O'Connor.
|Front row (l to r) Rock O'Connor, Don Luis and Javier|
Rear row (l to r) Juan, Jose, Sarah Protheroe, Professor Protheroe
The terrain was intended to cover the edge of the ruined city and the start of the jungle beyond. The Protheroe party were to enter bottom right and leave top left:
O'Connor started with control of the Major Plot Point (the Atlantean Princess) and Javier was leading the second (a mule-load of treasure).
|As Javier leads forward the mule, Don Luis goes down|
under flame-gun fire.
Don Luis fails a Health roll and drops below 1d6 Health
|The Guards advance!|
|A little singed, Don Luis climbs to his feet and takes aim at the |
Guardsman who targeted him.
End of Turn One - Don Luis makes his recovery roll
|Looking round from the recalcitrant mule, Javier|
locked eyes with an advancing guard. Moments later
a ball of flame slammed into his chest and the
Mexican fell to the floor and lay motionless.
Javier fails a Dodge check and then a Health check.
|Jose is also lost whilst Don Luis fights with a Guard.|
|Don Luis defeats his latest opponent whilst Rock and the Princess|
take control of the mule.
|Polemarchos moves in between altar and firepit to|
ensure that Professor Protheroe will take the secret
of the Bronze Spear to his grave.
|Got the girl, got the treasure - Rock O'Connor runs!|
|O'Connor, I'm coming for you!|