Age of Sigmar Battle Report Sort of Part II

After finding a potent artefact from the Gods. The Grots have started construction of an Idol to Mork at the location. The Stormhost approaches with reinforced strength. 

(Battleplan from General's Handbook)

Stormcast 2000 points
Lord-Celestant on Dracoth
Decimators (5)
Judicators (5)
Liberators (5)
Liberators (5)
Liberators (5)
Liberators (5)
Liberators (5)
Liberators (5)
Prosecutors (3)
Protectors (5)

Moonclan 2000 points
Warboss Birgash Nutcracker
Warboss Gritbit Pointyteeth Bowrider the Deafening
Warboss Gibbkit Sharpfang Groingrinder
Shaman Nigguk Hiddenfist the Pale
Shaman Figflinga Two-face the Stubborn
Squig Hoppers (5)
Grots bows 60
Grots hand weapons & shield
Grots spears & shield
Fanatics 4
Mangler Squigs 2
Squig Herders 10
Squigs 20
Squig Herders 10

Forces reinforced anew. Sqiugs charges forward under heavy bombardment once again.

Knight-Vexillor teleporting the Decimators close in to the idol threatens to bring an early end to the encounter.
Fanatics lurking in the ranks and Squig Hoppers manage to fend of the imposing threat.
The rest of the herders might have fallen but Ugkit Evileye the Shrouded, the brave squig herder won't be slain that easily.
Even with continues poor performance from the grots trying to build the idol the Liberators realising that time is running out and rushes forward.

Déjà vu Figflinga once again position at a place of magical power. Beaten up after a trumpet blast dislodging a large rock at him and all manner of abuse. The Knight-Venator is shooting an arrow straight at him, he decides to jump of his tower and play dead until the dust settles.
Strong, unfaltering, resolute, ever dodging, fearless Ugkit persist.
In the end even Ugkit have to fall.

Gobbos trying to fend of the Stormcast closing in on all sides.
With the Stormhost within arms reach of the idol the grots finally manage to finish the idol. Eyes snap open alit with green fire. Letting out a rumbling growl.

The Stormcast is once again forced to fall back, now on the defence and grots approaching from all around them.

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