Hello all I was wondering if anyone can offer some advice or perhaps point me to a guide to manoeuvring troops and aggression. For a while I had been very aggressive with my army pushing forward to try and get to the opponent's army and to inflict damage in close quarters. Faster units like Ripperdactyl Riders would find themselves isolated and quickly overrun and in ignoring the objectives in the bloodlust means I will most likely lose. Friends taught me how to best castle up and making the most of units supporting one another both in terms of abilities and unit placement. This has helped me reduce casualties and even won more games. However, I have taken this too much to heart and I end up losing the objectives quickly. Thing is capturing objectives, especially the ones in the middle of the battlefield, requires myself to take risk and push forward and let the enemy charge me. I am worried that my Saurus Warriors and dinosaurs might be simply overwhelmed. So yes, the question is, is there a good balance between aggression, table and objective control? When should I switch between castling up and pushing forward and how much should one commit to a flank?