The Tohaa were intercepted by a few of the EI's bruisers - the Morats!
Luckily, the Tohaa had prepared for such an incursion and sent an infiltrator to scout and lay a few mines as traps! The first turn for the Tohaa was all advancement. Not a drop of blood spilled. But the Tohaa were able to secure the flanks with 2 of their deadliest weapons, the dreaded Spitfire (both put into suppression to cover any flanking by the Morats.
This drove the Morats into the middle of the battlefield under the cover of an all-consuming cloud of smoke! The only Monkey-man that charged out to try to oppose a flank was caught in the deadly blast of an anti-personnel mine (first blood).
Turn 2 was bloody on both sides, many more Morats (say that 3 times really fast) went down and the impetuous Tohaa Makauls sacrificed themselves to get a few key Flamethrower shots in.
Turn 3 was quick as the Morat force was dwindled to only a few men left who made a valiant attempt to take a few =Tohaa with him. The Tohaa Kumotail found his target (an enemy spy who must be taken alive and innoculated!) and the Clipsos spilled enemy blood in honor of the triad (Coup de Gras).
This gave me a 10-0 win over the Morats.
Here's what I learned. Smoke is awesome - but not when the opponent has MSV. Chris made a mistake of crossing my line of fire with MSV (on the second short-skill) and that gave me a early edge.
Also -Spitfires on a link-leader of a Tohaa Triad - Insane (Burst 5). Just thinking now - would a link leader get a burst of 4 when in suppressive fire? I only used 3.