I think I was the only one on our team that had attended the other team tournament, So I had a slightly better idea going in what to expect. So we went in, Won our first round, and proceeded to get massacred our next two rounds.
Here are some pictures.
Our first game was against Deamons and Chaos marines. Our teammates of ork and tau battled against their eldar and eldar.
Game 2 Was against Daemons and Blood angels. It was Dawn of war deployment that really hurt here. Having all of my anti-tank have to walk from the back meant the blood angels in razorbacks and predators could sit back and shoot. The daemons jumped in our face early on. I Pumped all of my shots into fate weaver, dealing a wound. After two or three turns I killed him, but by then It was too late and all the orks had lost assaults against the deamons.
|our teammates deployment. 60 ork boys up in front with KFF|
|and Droppod salamanders.|
Game three was against White scars and Eldar. They had firs turn and deployed aggressively. Bikes all turbo boost up, and the eldar move and fire to minimul results. I assault into the bikes, my right stealers wiping them out, my left stealers wiffing against two attack bikes. My Warriors move through cover 1 inch, and assault 2 inches. Meaning I don't get my full attacks and that sets them back in that combat, and left my prime to do the heavy lifting.
|Our double ork team vs Eldar and Blood angels.|
The game ended being very close. We had brought the eldar to just a few models left in their back field holding an objective, but we just couldn't kill the attack bike that was contesting our objective.
So we Ended up in last place. While I did enjoy bringing back the tyranids for a tournament, and remembering how to play them well, in this team setting I think my fast moving Blood angels would have served better. Some more practice games with the team might have been beneficial as well, but We did well enough and had fun. If they have another one, we are definitely training more before hand.