Thomas Dagg, is a commercial and editorial photographer behind a collection of pictures which insert Star Wars characters into locations around Toronto. Continue reading Thomas Dagg brings Star Wars to Toronto
Sakura, the final ship in the trio of Yakuza Zeds. Beautiful and tranquil, yet very deadly. Continue reading Custom Repaint: Scum & Villainy Z-95 – Sakura
After reading Theorist’s post on X-Wings I started to think of the Astomechs available to Rebels and their place at the start of wave 5.
R2-D2 – Thank goodness this great little droid is still relevant. What would a Star Wars game be without R2-D2? Continue reading Good, Bad and Ugly Astromechs at the Start of Wave 5
Here are a bunch of Christmas themed Star Wars pics for you followed be a special Holiday Season Star Wars movie!
This was my first B-Wing repaint which I did back in wave 3. It’s fully rotational. I sawed off the cockpit and inserted a magnet so that it will spin.
This game is so much fun! I can’t believe how cool it is. If I had a time machine, the first thing I wouldn’t do is go back and see the dinosaurs, or assassinate a deranged world leader to prevent a world war. I’d take a copy of Imperial Assault back in time and give it to myself as a 16 years old boy, “Here kid, this is going to change your life… oh and here are some stock options.” Continue reading OMG OMG OMG Imperial Assault!
Ryu, second of the Yakuza scum Zeds. The Dragon roars!
Player Profile is a series of articles in which R2-EQ looks at players in the X-Wing community. Many people would like to get to know the person behind the player, and in X-Wing not only are the players renowned for being “nice guys” but they are often quite characterful when you scratch the surface.
Today I interview R5Don4, known as Don in real life. I met Don when I attended my first X-Wing Tourney way back in the Kessel Run days. He was the guy who advertised the event on the FFG forum. If it wasn’t for him, I wouldn’t have attended. After meeting Don, I started to use the Star Wars Gaming Ontario Facebook group to find out about local events. He’s a tireless promoter of the game, a very nice guy and an excellent player. I thought it appropriate to start this article series with Don who’s been there since day 1 of wave 1 and growing the game in Southern Ontario like no one else around.
Yakuza, the Japanese Mob, now also in Star Wars.