Here is some Star Wars Entertainment I found while cruising the interwebs. Continue reading Some Lightsaber Fun
Paul La Rue is the winner of the recent Regionals in Calgary held at the Sentry Box. He was nice enough to write a batrep for Dockingbay416. It’s published below, along with some pictures of the tournament.
This is a quick recap of my first regionals experience of 2016. My son and I travelled down to Calgary for another great Sentry Box event. We arrived a bit before 9:00am and were finished around 12:30am (the next day!) which made for one very long day. I started to have flashbacks of a 2015 Worlds brutally long day. Had I known I’d play all the way to the final table I might have chosen a different list; luckily I brought my Imperial Crackswarm which proved a good choice. I was running
Omega Squad x2
Black Squad x3 all with Crackshot.
46 players total. Here were my games.
In an earlier post I briefly mentioned a Dash build that was seen by many as both effective and creative, and even completely blew the mind of Don, creator of the A-Wing crack shot list. While yes traditional Super Dash is a monster, I’m here to show yet another way to use everyone’s second favourite Corellian YT-frieghter pilot.
This video was created by Kurt Rauffer (KROFL) for his senior thesis at the School of Visual Arts, it took him a semester to complete. Continue reading Empire Strikes Back Homage Meets Radiohead & 007
Okay, so as everybody here likely knows by now, FFG announced a new release on May 4th, “Heroes of the Resistance”, which included a YT-1300, a T-70 X-Wing, both re-painted as well as new pilots, updated pilots and new titles for both and a fresh batch of upgrades. The community, which is usually excited for such releases, immediately went up in arms, with almost everyone simultaneously getting a focus token, two stress tokens, and being able to re-roll attack dice.
The Prototype Toronto League (PTL) snuck into the X-wing scene in summer of 2015. Since then it’s grown to over 80 members with about 50 participating in each one of its seasons and improved its structure and prize support. Continue reading The Prototype Toronto League