Here's some shots of a game I had with Ben of Empire's Comic Vault in Sacramento. Tau vs. Space Wolves at 1750. Believe it or not: in all the years I've been playing this was my first game facing Space Wolves. Yeah, I play Tau. I've been playing them since late 4th edition and have seen the army change quite a bit. Any how, some particulars about our game:
Dawn of War, Big Guns Never Tire with three objective and Tau taking the initiative (I've been unusually lucky with this over the last dozen or so games). Being a fan of random chance, I suggested we randomly place the objectives adjusting their locations per the rules. The board I made for Ben is a three-part modular design, so a D3 to determine the section the marker lands in then another D3 to locate its final position.
The Tau reserved a Monat Twin liked Fusion Blaster suit and the Wolves reserved their Landspeeders and Scouts.
The Rune Priest and Predator were the main targets for the Braodsides and Hammerheads while the Suits and Devilfish worked on the tactical squads. The Wolves, for their part, weathered quite a storm of rail fire and ultimately claimed victory. In all a very fun game!
As I play more games, and become more familiar with the rules, I plan to start reporting more detailed battle reports.