Final i got my first halfling units (pics follows later) and i revised my planned scenario. I have also revised my special "Sheriff of Nuttyham and Robin Halfhood" army lists (following also later).
I use general the official scenario "C - Death Chase" of the DR rulebook with a few additional scenario rules:
Death Chase – Robin Halfhood
The sheriff of Nuttyham has encashed the taxes from the poor peasants around of Nuttyham. Now he is going back with the full chest and stay overnight in a camp near the Sheerwood Forest. Rob Hood and his merrymen ambushing in the cover of Sherwood Forest to reclaim the chest with the taxes.
Mark off an area around 200cm x 100cml.
On the eastern edge is a the small village, on the western edge is the Fortress of Nuttyham. The ground between the fortress and the village is taken by the Sherwood Forest and other difficult terrain as rough ground, divided by a small way,=8.0ptwhich connected the fortress and the village.
Robin´s goal is to reclaim the chest with the taxes and make it back off to the eastern edge (Village of Nuttyham). The Sheriff of Nuttyham must get back the chest with the taxes safely to the fortress of Nuttyham. Any unt may pick up the chest, if it moves on it. A battered/destroyed unit let the chest back at the place, where it became battered/destroyed. Any other unit may then move in contact to get the chest again.
Rob Wood and his merrymen are the Attackers, they are setup first in ambush, see special rules.
Sheriff of Nuttyham and his retinue are the Defenders, they will be setup after Rob Wood´s units They are setup within the 2 sections of the halfling village (until 18" from the eastern table edge).
WHO GOES FIRST?
The Defenders (Sheriff of Nuttyham) goes first in this scenario.
This scenario uses the special Sentries rules which are detailed below:
Ambush - Robin and his merrymen are setup in ambush. The player spread a couple of markers over table in a kind, which makes sense.
Rob Wood assigned then his units to the markers, unknown to the Sheriff´s player.
The units may be assigned to any villager on table also.
Multi-model units (scouts) in Rob´s retinue, should be assigned to markers, which can hide such a multi-model unit (e.g. forest, cornfield).
1 unit may be assigned also to a marker within the village sections.
The marker should have hidden numbers or any signs, which refer clear to the corresponding unit.
Only the Attacker knows, which marker represent which unit.
Until such a unit don’t take any action, they can´t be spotted by any enemy units and are unidentified as a member of Rokb´s retinue, so they can´t be attacked, whether in range, melee or with magic spells.