As I talked about earlier, I first got into Test of Honour through the special expansion collection called the “Dojo Assault.” I also said how it was a missed opportunity to not include a scenario that could accommodate just the the material in that expansion so that others like me that used it as a starting point could get a taste for the game. Not one to sit around and wait for someone else to come up with a solution, I decided to try and make a scenario for it myself.
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With the Test of Honour Dojo complete, it was time to work on the other items that came in that kit: the sword ruler and the lanterns.
The lanterns were the more complicated item since I wanted to pimp mine out a little more. I’m on a big “lighted” components kick so time to light these suckers up as well.
Right before Christmas, my friend came over jonesing for some gaming before the break. After an interesting game of Photosynthesis with the missus, she adjourned and we had a few game options to hit as the night was still young.
We settled on trying out a new-to-us minis game: Test of Honour. Test of Honour is a feudal Japan skirmish game centering around your Samurai Hero and his commoner followers. Produced by Warlord Games, it is an inexpensive minis game (relatively speaking) as it has a pretty significant group of forces in the $50 core set.