|The Attacker closes the gap while the Defender bunches up.|
In the Campaign Game you can only fight two tabletop battles in one campaign turn. Without going into too much detail, you can take a Forage Order, which is meant to be an aggressive, attacking campaign order, and if you do you can issue a challenge but still be challenged by another player who performs a Forage Order as well. This player had been an Attacker and then had been challenged by a another player so it was his second battle this turn.
|The Shaman takes on Wolf Form. Figure from Reaper.|
I have added some pictures of painted miniatures here. Here are some examples of two different paint jobs on the same miniatures. In each picture the figure on the left was painted by Mike Manning, and the figure on the right was painted by Dave McKay. Mike used a much darker paint job then Dave. It is interesting to see the difference a paint job can make. In the picture below Mike has put a club in the left hand of the miniature from the Accessories pack as a secondary weapon for the figure. Each painter has used a different coloring on the skin for the warriors, but both are acceptable.
|Front Rank, Warlord Games, Flint and Feather, Muskets/Tomahawks and Old Glory in order from Left to Right|