Below is the Greek roster. From left to right are: 4 x Greek warriors (Fighter), 3 x Spartans (Tanks), 1 x Medusa (Warmage with Paralysis spell), 1 x Minotaur (Berserker/Brute), and 1x Bronze Bull Automaton (Giant/Construct). The giant class seemed a good fit for the automaton, the knock back ability looked right with the big horns flinging opponents away. A total of 10 figures for the 12 slots.
As it transpired, the automaton was near the scorpion, which was fortuitous for the Greeks as it had immunity to poison. With a few crazies about (berserkers and beasts), it wasn't long before combats happened. With the Greeks winning initiative, the automaton did indeed charge the scorpion, who, striking first, hit the scorpion who was hurled back out of the terrain. The scorpion did not even get a chance to strike back as it had bid higher.
The game took 8 turns, with a win to the Egyptians. There was only one drawn initiative bid, and using the escalation rule, more models were moved into contact. There were no "turtling tactics" in this game, every model was fighting by the last turn except one, which probably explains the early finish. Overall, the KnK classes blended in nicely and added a bit more storytelling to the game.