Steve, Paul, Eric, and I got together and started our campaign for the Song of Blade and Heroes game (SBH). Paul had an Elf list using his painted Harlequins, Eric ran Alexia the Necromancer with a few Risen undead and living support, Steve had his five Gladiator crew, and I ran a no shooting list with a solid leader, some heavy armor guys, an Ogre, a cheap shield mage, a dog, and a stealth dude.
Paul and I paired off since it was his first game - It went pretty good for me as I should have died a few times, but Paul and I kept tying on the combat rolls. The Elves have a real high Quality stat that keeps them in there activations, but the lower Combat score hurt there ability to fight the big guy.
In the end, I whittled down the Elves only loosing my Shield Mage. We talked about list building with the ideas, namely the author's dislike of shooting tactics and their higher cost value.
Eric and Steve's game was fought on the nice city terrain as the Gladiator's came out of the graveyard (?) to attack the Necromancer in the Inn (?) -- Silly Scenarios! The Low Quality hurts the Undead plus Eric forgot their special rule of getting a +2 on Moral checks. Opps!
I expect that Paul and Eric are going to revamp the lists for round two as they needed some tuning.
Tomorrow is Nuke Con Game Day. If your board, feel free to come by for a game!