First the Russians.
And last Thursday at the club there were 4 games of ADG on the go. My Burgundian Ordnance narrowly lost to a Free company, Medieval Germans took on Medieval Hungarians, Andalusian Arab types took on more Late Hungarians, and Picts took on some type of Roman army.
I only saw the action on our table and the two medieval tables closest to us, but everyone seemed to have a good game - even the over-intense competition head on the Picts vs Romans table who at times seemed to want to start a good FoG style argument.
The arabs seemed to loose heavily and steadily while on the other table the Hungarians were being pressed by the Germans.
On our table, I had taken the mixed bow and spear units, 6 knights, some crossbow and an artillery piece, a grand total of 17 units. The Free Company had 6 knights, longbow, some levy and some chappies with HCW, a total of 18 units.
The Free Company won the initiative and advanced rapidly and I thought I was going to be well caught out. A few good rolls saved me in some exchanges of bowfire and in knight-on-knight melee. The HCW chaps got in amongst my mixed spear and bow and caused a bit of damage, but nothing too drastic, certainly a lot less than I had feared. A lot of units had some cohesion damage but both sides held in there for a long time. But eventually with cohesion at something like 16 against me to 14 against the Free Company, I lost a knight who'd already suffered 2 hits. Game over; but it was an excellent game.
Next week - Sails of Glory. Probably 6 - 8 players round the table with 1 or 2 ships each.