Note the almost empty beer glass. See the wet patch on the table.
No harm done, beer easily replaced (in more miniature friendly format).
The Viking Warlord proved he was no King Canute and stopped the amber wave.
The Scots decide to come forward, perhaps inspired by the flood of free beer.
It starts off with mixed results, although the Vikings eventually get their act together and do some of the Scottish warriors.
The berserkers, who bore the brunt of the amber wash, go into action. Stephen's dice throwing comes good, but they find their way to the enemy Warlord blocked by a single Scottish noble. In the next turn the Scottish warriors went after the Viking warlord, but unsuccessfully.
Then the berserkers took out the last noble and got stuck into the enemy warlord for a bit of mutual destruction.
Victory to the Vikings (possibly their first in my possession). Maybe all that was holding them back in previous games was the lack of an amber wash?