Hello class, pay attention and sit up straight please.
Now, being flexible and able to respond on the fly is something we need to ingrain in our brains while playing this game, but we mustn't neglect proper formation as well. Sometimes it can mean defining your opponents options directly, which is a beautiful happenstance in strategy.
Okay class, I'm going to give you an example, and the rest of your raise your hands when you have an idea. that way we can all get our turns, okay? Good!
Guild Dwarves have a great champion and common set-up, as well as a great event that allows you to field commons easier, without spending magick! Isn't that wonderful?
Well, for this formation we need plenty of ballistae on the field. Don't forget to swap an original champion for Tordok as well, okay?
Do your best to move into a V-formation with the ballistae. Know that you cannot attack after you move, but that's okay. this formation is worth the loss of attack considering it won't need to take affect immediately.
Have the V face the enemy, and get Tordok into the center space left open. Now you can snipe with three ballistae, attacking up to five whole spaces away! Not only that, but the three life the ballistae each have are boosted by Tordok's ability! Alternatively, you can place another unit until you can field a ballista in formation, Defenders are great choices. for place holders.
Now it's your turn class!