|Compulsory opening shot of Zulu ceremonial dance involving bare chested Zulu girl.|
|Overview at the end of Turn 1.|
|The Left Horn probes and is repulsed.|
|The Right Horn makes a more committed attack and is repulsed more bloodily.|
While the left horn fell back to rally covered by its snipers, the right horn charged in on the Victoria Rifles and were repulsed after causing a few casualties. Rallying was proving ineffective so the Old Man threw the Loins into the battle as well as sending both Horns back in with what they had left.
|They've broken in!|
|"Not as many of them as there were before". "Nor of us sir!"|
(Yes I know, wrong movie but that's what it felt like.)
Pheww! OK I hadn't pictured a situation where 3 British units in 2 squares fought 5 Zulu units in 4 squares, there were ALOT of dice flying around! It was fun and exciting but too much. I went back to 1 die per figure period rather than 1 vs each enemy but reduced the number of dice a 2nd unit gets. I'll have to play the scenario over but I think I can handle that. The 10 turn game took about maybe an hour to play.