So where did Ko'vash go wrong and where did EoV go right? It all happened between turns 2 and 4.
The first dramatic event was when EoV neutralized both hammerheads by blowing one up and destroying the railgun on the other. This meant the bastion was safe as Ko'vash had no other weaponry that could even scratch it. So instead of killing it he contested it with the kroot. The kroot weren't going to move and any effort to get them off would still result in a contested objective. So that took the game down to 3 objectives.
The next big game-changer was when Ko'vash fish of furied the small combat squad threatening the objective beside the stealthsuits. That eliminated the threat and when EoV failed to kill the fire warriors when out of their devilfish it meant Ko'vash firmly had that objective. Advantage Ko'vash. 2 objectives left to play for.
|Nothings going to hurt these guys.|
|It ended up being a huge brawl with the objective being contested.|
The last objective had always been in EoV's hands but if Ko'vash even just contested it he would win. This was where the empty hammerhead with no guns left came into play. Ko'vash planed on contesting with a tank shock but it was a big risk as the devastators were protecting this objective. However it all worked but the only thing which went wrong was that the objective was just 0.3'' too far. Almost unnoticeable.
Better luck next time.
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