It’s masterfully done. Continue reading An Original Trilogy Trailer with Music by Twelve Titans
From over 100 players to just two – Canadian Bohan seeks to keep the title in the North against American challenger Nathaniel Moore. Special guest commentator for this match is Travis from the Carolina Krayts!
A Top 4 match now between a Ghost/Biggs pair and a Rebel 4-ship list with the popular Azituck pilot Lowhrick.
PTL regulars will recognize Billy as he plays a nicely painted Scum aces list against the intimidating Triple Scurrg threat piloted by Sebastien from Montreal. A little inter-provincial rivalry! Commentary also features a fellow Montrealer Dominic.
Continuing with the content from the recent Canadian Nationals, here’s a video of the Top 16 match between Bryson’s reliable Miranda/Dash list and Cody’s Imperial TLT swarm.
On September 24th we held the Canadian Nationals for Star Wars Armada. almost 30 of the best players Canada had to offer as well as some visitors from the US set their fleets against each other to see who was the best.
Here’s the final match between 2017 Worlds champ Norm and his opponent from the US, Nick. No Rieekan lists here – it’s Ackbar vs. Sloane in a classic Imperial vs. Rebel slugfest!
One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure. Here the guys from Tested take a look at some toys that never made it to stores.
If you are a toy collector, this is very interesting stuff.
I’ve been a Star Wars fan my whole life and when FFG released X-Wing in 2012, I jumped right in. While playing X-Wing, I made some new friends and discovered an entire community of Star Wars fans more crazy about that universe than me!
In those heady early years, FFG was knocking things out of the park when it came to Star Wars. As fans of the franchise, we never had it so good. X-Wing gave us ships that were display quality models. Imperial Assault gave us the best looking minis ever produced till then. Armada ships, although not to scale, were affordable and beautiful. Everything looked great and on top of that, all these games had solid rules too.
Then there was the Roleplaying game, and though it has it’s faults, it was well produced and had great art. We also got Rebellion, or “Star Wars in a box” with quality miniatures in a tiny scale. Every time FFG did something with Star Wars, it was exciting. The only problem was we never had enough time or money for each game!
Then at Gencon 50 they announced Star Wars Legion and everything changed for me.
This was the first time I felt dirty for my love of FFG. Now granted, they always did little dick moves by not including enough dice in a game, or making you buy multiple Core Sets to actually play, or buy blisters of factions you wouldn’t play just for the cards. Sure, they did their greedy little tricks but because their games were so good, and looked so great, I think most of us just accepted it and gave them a pass. Yet with Legion, I think the dark side is too strong with FFG and the disrespect too great to their loyal customers – but I’ll get to that in a second. First, lets look at what this game has to offer. Continue reading Aren’t you a little short for a Stormtrooper?
Cos Players are a different breed. This is the cutest BB-8 costume yet. Continue reading Cute Transforming BB-8
This is quite an underrated gem.