On my right I set up an Haradrim Chieftain leading one Half Troll, one Castellans of Umbar, five Watchers of Karna and four Haradrim Warriors with spear. This was supported by a Taskmaster with six Mahud warriors with spear, four Serpent Riders and two Mahud camel Raiders.
James sent King Ellesar wide to my right flank with his Guard of the Fountain Court moving wide to my left flank.
In the centre I had some early success with my bowmen, killing five Rangers. But, then the dice turned against me, especially when I switched target to try to kill the Captain leading the Guard of the Fountain Court. For the whole of the rest of the battle my bowmen only got one more kill, which was a Guard of the Fountain Court. At the same time his Rangers managed to kill my Mumakil Chieftain, leaving it with no Might.
As I advanced on my left flank he withdrew behind his walls. My Haradrim Chieftain managed three heroic Marches with no Might loss due to the Taskmaster, which was very good for me. It meant I got into battle with the Rangers and Guards before King Elleasar could get to me.
My lines hit his Rangers first, which slowed my advance down; it took three turn to finally fight through them. I realised it had been a mistake to switch bow fire from them to the Guards. By the time I got to the Guards of the Fountain Court King Ellesar was coming up behind me. He went on alone as I intercepted the remainder of his Knights and Citadel Guard with my Hasharin warband and some Watchers of Karna. His troops were slowly cut down and at the end were wiped out.
However, then King Ellesar arrived and after being repelled by a shielding Mahud got around onto the Mumakil.
King Ellesar and some Guards wounded the Mumakil again and this time it failed its courage. James then turned it against me trampling some of my Haradrim Warriors, it was stopped when it only managed to wound my Taskmaster twice, and he saved a wound with his fate which saved at least five other of my troops.
The Mumakil was now becoming a serious liability. Fortunately the rest of his force was mostly decimated and James decided to withdraw so that I could not get to kill King Ellesar.
So I held West Harondor, it was a good fight, very enjoyable for me, as had I lost then my Harad territories open up for him to attack into. Now my Harad forces march on.