Chopper Harris and Villa Dragon had enough time to get one more battle in before the grand battle to end all battles.
This was a really good tactical tussle as the Abyssal Dwarves tried to navigate a way to the Rhordian firing line by using the terrain to their advantage. Rhordia countered this by utilising the Hobbit Goat Riders on the right flank to good effect and taking some wounds off a regiment of Dwarfs with some shooting of their own, beyond the scenery cover.
The heavy hitting Gollum, Halfbreeds and Dragon did well on the Rhordian left/Abyssal Dwarf right as they took out Wellington in the early turns and kept the threat of the Lancer Horde and Hussars at bay.
But in the end the 95th, Horde of Hobbit Archers and the Volley Gun, with the support of the Hobbit Goat Riders proved to have too much fire power and stopped the Abyssal Dwarf advance through the centre.
Towards the end of the game, the Rhordian centre was able to advance to surround the dwindling Abyssal Dwarf Forces.
The game was in the balance for the majority of the battle and it was only in the final stages that Rhordia began to take control. The point totals at the end of the game doesn't reflect how close this game was as there were many Rhordian units, particularly on the Rhordian left that had many wounds against them and could have been removed from battle at any moment.
Well done Villa Dragon for such a good competitive game.