OK so I forgot the actual name of the scenario, but it was a 4 player game of Congo, hosted by Bruce, that pitted basically 3 factions against each other. Factions were determined randomly & I got the Tribesmen.
Then there was a force of Adventurers / British troops holed up in a fort, however their supplies were limited & amongst them was the Damsel in Distress who was worth many VP's to the group who controlled her at the end.
A Paddleboat was attempting to rush supplies to the Fort & had British Marines & some firepower to deal with the nere-do-wells attempting to storm the fort
The last faction were Zanzibari Slavers (I think) but I didn't get a photo of them as they deployed at the far end of the table.
Scattered across the table were various counters of different colours. Some offered treasures worth VP's, other's equipment & the red ones were ammo, which if desired, troops within the fort could sally out to snag.
My young warriors fall upon some Jetpack troops & managed to slay one, sending the others reeling back.
Meanwhile my scouts had found some dugouts & I was attempting to use them to block the river to slow the steamer. Sadly the dugout was crushed by the steamer & the scouts all slain.
By this time I had gotten my cannibals onto the bridge overlooking the river gap...now it was just a matter of...
Crap, I hadn't selected the correct action cards for the turn before the steamer got beneath & then beyond the range of the rocks I could have hurled atop them as a shooting action.
So the Steamer did manage to get to the fort, however most of the forts defenders had been slain.
The Zanzibari's were wiped out to a man (again thanks to my Ruga Ruga's)who shot them down & then rushed to snag the treasures that had fallen.
Certainly an enjoyable scenario, with a lot going on to keep everyone busy. Each token can in effect be carried by 1 man of a group, so if their numbers drop, so too do the tokens carried.
Thanks to those who braved the insane cold temperatures to participate.