Border Princes Campaign (Turn 7)

Well, we’ve finally played the games from our Border Princes campaign Turn 6. The noble High Elves were soundly defeated by the Beastmen in the battle for the Warrens, and the Orcs & Goblins suffered a couple of defeats to the forces of the Empire (documented here and here). We all gathered round and did the moves for turn 7, and the map now looks like this.

We only have a single battle this turn, with the eternal struggle between man and greenskin continuing in the far South (Section 97) with support from another Empire banner to the West.

The banners that are currently identified are:

Bretonnians: Lord Guillaume L’Echec (crown symbol; currently in the Old Silk Road Central)
Orcs & Goblins: Un-named Goblin Warboss (chess knight symbol; currently in Section 70); un-named Orc Big Boss (no symbol; currently in Section 97)
Empire: Two armies with un-named Generals of the Empire (no symbols on either; currently in Sections 92 and 97)
High Elves: No identified banners
Beastmen: Great Bray Shaman Brannick the Forlorn (no symbol; currently in Section 21)

Finally, for those interested, here are the scores at this stage (before the battle between Empire and Orcs & Goblins).

Orcs & Goblins: 29 points (16 territories, 1 of which is special, and 1 of which is Malko); 6 banners
Beastmen: 19 points (15 territories, 1 of which is special); 6 banners
Empire: 18 points (14 territories, 1 of which is special); 6 banners
High Elves: 14 points (10 territories, 1 of which is special); 4 banners
Bretonnians: 10 points (10 territories); 4 banners

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2 thoughts on “Border Princes Campaign (Turn 7)

  1. Sorry, question here, how did you color and mark the panels on the map? I want to run a campaign and send email updates with the maps and would like to be able to do this?

  2. Thanks for asking. The maps were done by my good friend Aramoro. His answer to a previous time this question was asked was:

    ‘I use a program called GIMP ( it’s freely available and will do everything you need. All I did was take the PDF and Adobe Acrobat will allow you to copy the page as an Image. Open GIMP and do a new->create image from clip board. Once you’re here add 2 more layers to the image, one will hold the Territories and one the Banners. I make the Territories layer 50% opacity, Banner layer on top of that. From there it’s a simple case of using the Lasso tool to pick out a territory and fill it with the block colour of the player. Then you just export the image as a PNG or something, then resize it to something sensible.’

    If that doesn’t answer the question then I can ask him to post directly here.

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