Shaolin v Shaolin: (Sometimes) Mutu ...
On many maps and with many equipment distributions, Shaolin v Shaolin can be reasonably fun and tactical.
However, with the Windblade's AOE being so weak, and on the wide open maps, and especially the one where the center is guarded by a sword tile, you can easily find yourself both having 10 units out and healers in the back to cover em.
I am in such a situation now, against a former trainee. I am like 9-0 against him, and have given up trying to train him -- he is what he is I think (doesnt read this forum). Anyway, my dragons and runemetal are buried, and despite the skill gap, I have absolutely no plan whatsoever given the solidity of his current formation. I have tried to come up with a plan, but I cant. "Take more stuff out if you can find space, or trade stuff, get Dragon/runemetal and see if you can figure something out" is the only plan I can see. Or wait for him to blunder. These are not fun "plans".
Windblade AOE must be buffed in my opinion. 100/66/66 plus monk movement might do the job, or take windblade to 250 and go 100/50/50.