900 points was a very interesting point level for our game. The cheap Norse-Irish troops just about completely filled the table, and Justin was able to add a knight and lancer cavalry unit into his list. Although things started well for the bog wallowers, breaking a unit of mounted crossbow and a couple of spear armed infantry units, Justin allocated his knights and cavalry to a flank march with a field commander. Knowing these guys were going to enter the game at some point, I had to hold back my offensive spear Viking ally to counter them, and couldn't move them up to support the mass of heavy weapon wielding medium foot. Justin was finally able to charge his battle line of pike and spears into the center of my unprotected foot, and within a couple of turns broke through my center. Unfortunately for him, I had to call it a night because of an early day the next day, but he would have certainly gotten at least a narrow win. I don't think the Irish would have broken, because with 18 units, they probably wouldn't have lost nine before a reasonable time out. But the Irish would have sacked the German camp, and would have then dissolved back into their hills and marshes. Probably what would have been considered a historically successful result by the clans, and a fun night of Medieval gaming.
I'm still trying to come up with a way to satisfyingly play a barbarian foot army with FoG, and I think that in my next 900 point game, I may experiment with some Galatians.
Here are some photos of the game: