Chris therefore proposed that we added the Cbt to our roll instead (we have done this before). The TN is 10 and successes cancel each other out. This can bring a scenario about, where neither opponent is wounded.
Another reason why this was an interesting game was because I for the first time over a year, decided that I would have a Black Moria coach in my faction. Previous attempts have not been successful, but I figured I would give it a try again. Chris had brought his Malifaux Freikorps figures, which he used as a Russian Mercenary team.
We rolled up the Blissful Ignorance scenario and got 6 civilians on the table.
It turned out to be a blast of a game, and I managed to get a lot of pictures between the turns. I have added a small text below each instead of a lengthy writeup. We both had the upper hand several times in the game. At some point I had 4 men closing in on Chris' president - but in the following combat rounds, I lost and ultimately my DI fled.
My Black Moria proved worth the price - it killed the Russian sniper, provided cover for the peelers and almost managed to block the way of another Russian with a captured civilian. Certainly not the last time I will bring one.
The change to the combat worked okay, but after the game we came up with a another way to tackle combat. We will give it a try the next time we game.
View from the other side