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  1. Cheers from Central California. 2 players thus far.
  2. The concept of suppression, similar also to what AT-43 incorporated, makes for a healthy game. I see other aspects of Dust Warfare here too, which pleases me. I'm not fond of troops running to the deployment edge, but it will be fun to gun down retreating units as well as what it offers in preventing active squad maneuvering. Better a design than if demoralized models were removed, for this game IMO. Glad some seasoned mini gamers are appreciating the fine work with Legion thus far.
  3. Shoto weapon with Qui-Gon chucking shield damage is going to be rad.
  4. We interviewed a young adult years ago at a job who didn't know what ewoks were. We passed. I would love to paint ewoks, jawas and sand men. Here's to hoping for legion with a long, healthy table life.
  5. I've no interest in dungeon crawl style or their skirmish option. I'm getting the Legion starter at least.
  6. Excellent trade experience with @Piscettios. He negotiated fair and well, shipped in careful packaging and was a gent all the way around. Cheers to a small but worthwhile trade.
  7. My girlfriend and I are playing the new Dargoborne CCG. It is, "just for us." No one to keep up with, no meta pressure. If you are doing things at your pace, as a couple, i think it is a system in which you can share your collection together very well.
  8. Terrain is essential and on the menu for production I hope. Not only will it look super rad, my fantasy and sci fi terrain pieces for other systems will only go so far.
  9. I'm going to save my nickels for this, I feel your pain -- but out with the old in with the new. I have stuff I need to sell that I've been too lazy to list on ebay, and this will help clear the clutter. Then I can enjoy fun, current clutter.
  10. I hear ya man, they are my least fav to roll after the hated D4's. But, it is what it is. If some are D6 that's even better. A small price to pay for such goodness. But I approve of this post.
  11. So thankful terrain plays a factor, potentially with multiple strata (light cover, hard cover, etc.) being expressed in levels.
  12. Just go for it man! My Storm Troopers may get a nice deep red from a common GW pant scheme. They will look rad. The reason can be any justification you like.
  13. As far as I have read, which is perusal at best, one figure moves with the template and the rest simply join in with cohesion not further than it went. That could be a fine balance. I love my tape measure games, but in this instance it sounds fast and furious. Keen on the concept thus far.
  14. Play a little less of both, and you can have both. Variety makes my tail wag. I don't dump tons into one system. Stings less when it goes south later, as many often do. Don't forget cost of paint and brushes, however. CC companies are not our friends.
  15. a 10mm Battle of Hoth game would be crackin' cool -- I played a home brewed one on a snow trench board with micro machines recently. it was great. However... FFG have already addressed why they cannot at this time do such an endeavor. Cost, difficult minis quality, etc. This has many good omens -- the price point, at least for the starter, is a value in comparison to other systems. Missions will be highly customizable, lots of scenarios options. Other cool units, like wookies and Jawas and the like offer such fun opportunity. I'm totally pleased with this, despite my desire for epic scale. Someday, I'm sure it will happen, but not yet. Expect a L5R minis game next IMO.