x-wing: 2018 toronto regionals – final

The final match of the weekend is a contest between a dominating archetype – Nym/Miranda, and what’s being lauded as its counter, multiple Star Wings with an imperial Ace (Quickdraw in this case).  Imperials have seen a resurgence with the release of the latest waves – Has Ryan made the right meta call with his list?  Or is the power of Nym/Miranda simply too much in Justin’s hands?

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X-Wing: 2018 Toronto Regionals – Quarterfinal

From a field of 88 players, we get to the championship cut.  You can watch the previous swiss rounds on our VTTV Live youtube channel, but for now we start with the Quarterfinal match between two Imperial lists, both featuring ships from the latest wave – the Alpha-Class Star Wing, and Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer.  

Don’t forget to also pre-register for the 2018 Canadian Nationals at Breakout: http://ffgnationals.breakoutcon.com/

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A Major Difference in Marching

The difference between major and minor chords and scales boils down to a difference of one essential note – the third. The third is what gives major-sounding scales and chords their brighter, cheerier sound, and what gives minor scales and chords their darker, sadder sound.

If the Imperial March is played in a major key, then it sounds almost comical. Take a listen.

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