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  1. Sadly it could be worded the same way. I asked this question because having played other games from FFG there were situations when one card said reduce by x to a minimum of 1 and another card said reduce by y without a restriction. The minimum of 1 was regarded as absolute. And so „you may include up to 2 rebel Deployment cards“ could also impose an absolute maximum. Good to know how it works in this game but it always depends on the wording the designers have established for „their“ game.
  2. If I choose the Mercenary affiliation and include Temporary Alliance and the Elite Jawa Scavenger in my list can I now include 3 rebel droids in my list e.g. MHD-19, Chopper and R2-D2 AND C3-PO and Gideon? Can I include 6 droids from other affiliations if I have 2 Elite Jawa Scavengers?
  3. Where could I find this rule with the R2 command card?
  4. Well, personally I‘d say bringing units that are totally out of place is not the way to go for me.
  5. I have all expansions. Do you think if we start e.g. the Jabba's Realm campaign that only stuff from up to this expansion should be used (items, heroes, units etc.) for balance reasons or is it just fine that also more recent stuff gets used? I guess for open groups newer imperial units have a better value for their cost but maybe it is the same with the stuff the rebels can buy. What is your experience?
  6. Congratulations! I do hope they give us a final FAQ adressing Spectre Cell.
  7. The joy of a customizable game is exploring the riddle which combination of cards, units etc. will be the most powerful. Baring a FAQ update this riddle for competitive skirmish in Imperial Assault seems to be pretty solved. Still there are many more skirmish missions to be explored. What do you as an experienced player think if I randomly take a mission and have a Spectre Cell squad vs. another well-build squad what are the odds of that squad to pull of a victory? I know there is the Continuity Project going on but I don’t want to apply to much changes to the cards like altering point costs on a larger scale. What I could imagine would be a Restricted List like FFG have in their Living Card Games. Instead of banning a card you put overpowered cards on the Restricted List. Every player can use only one of the cards on the Restricted List. Spectre Cell, On The Lam and Take Initiative come to my mind. Which cards do you think should be there? Do you think this change makes Spectre Cell more beatable? Beatable enough to enjoy the game again? My intent is also that all of my miniatures see play. Would be a handicap system a reasonable approach? Something like every player has to chose a handicap along the lines of „your squad must include Boba Fett“, „your squad must include Kayn Somos“, „your squad must include Biv Bodhrik“. Which units would qualify as a handicap in your opinion?
  8. Does anyone know how far the best non-Spectre-lists got?
  9. I am looking for playmats especially the one with the artwork from the core set. I can offer several Star Wars LCG playmats in exchange. I am located in Germany.
  10. This is why Runefang of Solland got errated. Also see this thread https://community.fantasyflightgames.com/topic/63797-epic-spell-trait/?tab=comments#comment-623652
  11. Has there ever been anything official on the Silver Helm Brigade?
  12. Let's say Urguck attacks and I want to defend with a unit that has counterstrike do I have to use counterstrike? If I can't kill him in the battle it is to my disadvantage.
  13. To me it was the greatest LCG I have ever played. It is sad that they didn't treat it better (promotion of the game, some design problems when the game was like I play light side I win) Or maybe it was not all their fault (the delays in production, Netrunner stealing the show etc.). Maybe it was not mainstream enough mechanicwise. But the mechanics and the objective set system were what brought me into and kept me in the game. It is sad they didn't even give it a proper farewell. Just two lines about how many expansions were produced. If you compare it to the article they gave the Call of Cthulhu LCG...
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