|In hindsight, given greater numbers to the defenders was unfair.|
|The squad at the bottom advanced to the smaller match of wood, and the one at the top-right also moved to cover.|
While the blue/tan squads tried to focus fire on a single enemy unit, one of the green squads risked an assault, taking the advantage of higher numbers. It worked and later they charged the remaining enemy squad, crushing the invaders.
|A risky but necessary move.|
I wanted to try a game with more units, retaining the small board. Remembering a post from Spacejacker where he commented about playing Star Army using one figure to represent two soldiers, I did the same. So now each side had three six-man squads, represented by three figures placed in base contact.
|Same scenario, different ground scale.|
|The grey/tan squads failed to activate a few times, so the green soldiers got most of the board.|
|At this point, a single blue/tan squad with two suppressed soldiers remained.|