I took my Lion Rampant retinue over and we split the forces down the middle giving us a pair of units each.
The good General took the Men at Arms on foot and a unit of expert archers whilst I had the other unit of expert archers and a unit of expert sergeants.
We played a simple line up and fight by way of introduction to the rules for Gen. B.
I started by pushing my archers into the enclosure to my right whilst advancing with the sergeants. I was fearing a rain of death from the archers, but fortunately it failed to materialise. However crafty General Ballroom pulled his MAA out of bow range and into support of his archers.
My sergeants made contact with the bowmen and pushed them back. However this led them exposed to a MAA counter-charge. A plan foiled by a roll of just 3 when attempting to activate them. The sergeants in turn charged the MAA, however the fight went against them and they were forced to retreat. meanwhile I was having a world of trouble extricating my own archers from the enclosure.
General Ballroom led his MAA into the sergeants and despite brave fighting they eventually succumbed and fled. The MAA began to advance on the remaining archers, however before they could charge home their opposite numbers took aim and a hail of withering fire forced them too to flee the field.
General Ballroom was left triumphant!
This was a fun little game - reminding me why I like LR and Gen B. certainly seemed taken with the rules, immediately beginning to plan how to turn his disparate WotR figures into a retinue.