The second turn saw two Underground Monorails unearthed beneath two of the buildings currently being searched by both forces.
More Monorails were discovered. I opened the turn with my Hunters who's fire against the Kukri once again proved to be easily defend against. Of course I'd forgotten about a certain Coyote who poked his head around the corner and proceeded to decimate the Hunter's in return. The Reavers split their fire between the Shaltari commander and anti air skimmers but only managed to take out one of the Kukris. The remaining one opened fire and took out the already damaged Reaver. I sent my Slayer out to open fire on the Birdeaters who were slowing my advance on that flank, the plasma stream took out one of the Shaltari vehicles and the other was barely saved by it's shields though whether you'd call the smoking vehicle safe to operate was open to interpretation. The Wife then made her first big mistake of the game which I had to capitalize on moving her Gaia up toward the centre of the table (I did ask her if she was sure that's what she wanted to do and her reasoning made sense but she'd forgotten about the Reaper's just around the corner). Sensing a juicy target the Reaper's streamed around the corner opening fire and the massive Shaltari gate was down limiting The Wife's ability to move.
The third and what would be the final turn had me win initiative and press my advantage with the Reaper's turning the corner and bringing down one of The Wife's two Edens. She conceded the game at that point though she did insist on one last salvo from her Tomahawks bringing down one on the previously damaged buildings.
It was a really good game once again and the commander cards definitely add an nice element to it. I also managed to introduce The Brother to Infinity over the weekend playing the Ice-storm box set from start to finish. I've got a few pictures from the last game so I'll sort out a small update over the next few days.