Second game I played against vanilla Haqq player Psyence. He said he didn't play much games with Haqq ( if I remember correctly he said he played like 5-6 games with them only ), he brought them to IP because he was bored of his primary faction. He won the roll and chose to play first. Honestly I knew I was going to win this game when I saw what he deployed. He had few ghazi, few camo markers, Captain Haqqislam some Ghulams, Naffatuns and Djanbazan sniper. Basically nothing is his list was really a threat to mine. I also played at least 50% of the games in my life against vanilla Haqq, so I know this faction very well. I played List B again. He opened his first turn by dropping Nahab and going around my defense in attempt to Isolate my LT Sakiel. He spent several orders on this unit. He came close to my LT and he moved around the corner and back and shot me with ADHL, but sadly for him my Sakiel won FTF roll and glued him in place behind a building. This was also Specialist Operative version so it scored for this scenario ( Hunting Party ). He also tried to shot with Djanbazan, which died to my Sukeul ML I believe. My turn was basically going forward and killing everything that wasn't specialist, revealing some camo markers. His second turn he spent a lot of orders on Captain Haqq, but he somehow died to my ARO doing basically nothing. Rest of the game was me gluing his LT and doing some classifieds I think. In the end it was 8-0 for me. This game was hard because at this point lightning in the building was terrible. It was like playing in a cave, as you can see in the pictures. We had to illuminate the table with cell phone flash just to be able to collect our minis. My opponent was a great guy, really friendly. If he brought a faction he was more familiar with I am sure game would not be so one sided.