Axis vs eFeora, judicator, 2x reckoner, zealots, eiryss, gorman
Scenario was Close Quarters
I took second and choice of sides, meaning he had shallow water to get through on one side and a forest on the other, with a wall closer to the middle of the table, while I could start dominating my flag first, meaning he would only have 2 turns after that to get something in to contest
On the turn I started dominating, I feated on the judi and both reckoners; this meant judi couldn't even get over the wall, and the reckoners got some cipher rough terrain thrown in their direction (targeting choir behind them to avoid passage). Put a couple of galvanizers in front of axis to block LoS to reckoner shooting. Angels flew and engaged eiryss on the right flank.
Zealots struggled around the forest on the left, then got totally denied by razorwall and obstructors. They couldn't minfeat through it, and one side of it was blocked up by judicator behind the wall, while the obstructors covered the other. I just moved obstructors up and engaged them across the razorwall, meaning most of them couldn't throw or even move into melee.
Judi set axis on fire, and shot up axiom pretty well. Eiryss died to angel free strikes. Reckoners tried to kill angels with shooting and failed. Still nothing was within range of contesting; gorman discovered he didn't have pathfinder so couldn't even run through the shallow water.
Next turn diffuser shot judi, axiom charged it (only allocated one focus) just to prevent it from getting across the wall. Galvanizers moved up and repaired axiom, axis was exposed to shooting now but on decent camp and one of the reckoners was engaged by axiom as well. Cipher dumped more rough terrain in the direction of the reckoners to fill the gap between them and the shallow water. Angels shot up the choir and they failed their command check. Zealots continued being stymied by razorwall and the obstructors.
He absolutely had to get something contesting or lose; he ignited judi and destroyed axiom, but that just meant there was now even more rough terrain in the way. Reckoner moved up, perhaps to shoot axis, but got countercharged and engaged.
I won on CP having killed only a handful of zealots, eiryss, and most of the choir. I can't imagine that was much fun to play against, but my opponent was a good sport about it. And honestly the only thing more fun than killing menoth is denying menoth ;)