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Getting my daughter into Age of Sigmar

Getting my daughter into Age of Sigmar

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Game 2: Sequitors vs Glaivewraith Stalkers

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In this game we both had a five model unit. This allowed me to introduce battleshock and unit cohesion.

 

We started 24″ away and in this game we also introduced rolling off to see who goes first in each turn. We both advanced towards each other at full speed in turn one and nothing else happened.

 

In turn two I won the roll-off for first turn but chose to let my daughter go first, knowing this would give her the charge and make things more interesting for her. She needed a 9″ charge and rolled a 10 so she was in. Again we’re not using any unit special rules so her Sequitors have a distinct advantage and she was able to kill two of my Glaivewraith Stalkers for my one kill in return. In my turn I only managed a single wound and then the Sequitors wiped me out.

 

In this game there was no subtraction to practice as neither unit had rend, but with every model having two attacks my daughter got plenty of practice with her two times tables. At no point could either unit fail a battleshock test but I talked my daughter through the process anyway so she practised addition and comparing the test result to bravery scores to see if the result was higher or not.

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