Now this was rapidly set up and organised as my Nephews were visiting from England.
Choices were X-Wing, a quick WWII game with Rapid Fire, or a Sword & Sorcery game with 'Songs of Blades and Heroes'.
The guys favoured using the fantasy figures, and forces of Dwarves, Orcs and Barbarians were quickly assembled. Allegiances would be made and broken throughout ...and cries of 'you can trust your Uncle' were frequently made (and seldom trusted ;) ).
These are, as ever, a nice set of rules - but positioning and gaining every little benefit in combat pays real dividends, while fighting without a 'leader' trait, forces your fighters to roll individually, which splits them up and makes coherent attacks impossible (that'd be my force of course).
Their story surrounded Orc Raiders, Dwarven defenders of the 'ville' and a bunch of roving barbarians.
The barbarians had been reduced to a lesser force, and the orc's 'tough' traint meant they were still reasonably fresh.
Victory to the Orcs!