Today I brought my Eyes of the Nine out in a Warhammer Underworlds Tournament.
Round 1, was against Cursebreakers. He was a new player (just picked up the Nightvault box the night before), so it was a pretty one sided game. I won the first two games against him, with a total of 25 glory out of the two games. My opponent I think earned a total of 6
Round 2, 2, was against the Skaven! It was a fellow who've I've played often before.
Game 1, went well for me, with K'charik and Vortemis just blasting stuff, and I scored a lot of glory with my passive objectives.
Game 2, He killed Vortemis quickly, which stopped a lot of my warbands power.
Game 3, was kind of hilarious. Skretch (is the greatest yes-yes), and Vortimis just slapped eachother for a whole action phase, until K'charik came in and sliced the skaven general in two.
I won two, lost 1. I earned 21 glory out of the first two games, while my opponent earned 16.
Going into round 3, there was three players with two wins (me, an Orruk player, and a second cursebreaker warband). The other cursebreaker player and I were almost tied on glory (I think I had one more), so it'll be close to decide overall winner.
I was paired with the Oruck player.
Round 1, I lost the roll for deployment, so the Orruks were in my face immediatly. I made some bad plays, and my cards were not the ones I needed. I lost 5-7
Round 2, I lost deployment again, but learned from the first game. I used my blue horror to distract him in his back lines, while I was able to reap in glory with passive cards, like Supremacy, Escilation, and Bind the City. I won 11-6
Round 3, I won the deployment roll, so I deployed the boards in a long corridor, with my warband stuck at one end. My blue horror I popped into his deployment zone, which distracted him into attacking it for the first action phase. Due to this, his models were never able to reach mine for the next two rounds, while I used the blue horror to help me score supremacy, and Bind the City, while I denied him scoring objectives due to stayng out of his charge range. At the end of the third round, the only fighter which died was my blue horror, which I re-spawned. Ended 12-1.
Needless to say, he didn't really enjoy that game, and gave me some really snide remarks afterwards. Sorry I guess, for trying to win the tourniment.
At the end of the event, the other Cursebreaker player and I went undefeated, but I had 61 total glory, to his 58, winning me the event! Earning me my second shardglass trophy!
And here is the decklist I used.