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  1. Hi gang We (that is a couple of friends and I) are looking for a couple more players to form a group in East London, UK that would meet weekly (probably Fridays) to play some EtE. We would naturally add in elements of AoR/F&D as time passes. We're an easy going bunch and we would mix a sesh with other games, Star Wars or general. Think of us as a comfortable halfway between casual and hardcore. We can also accommodate players via Skype if this would be easier and you still want in!
  2. Weird! What's the best colour to reformat it as? Wasn't aware I'd made any changes myself... The standard text format is white on dark gray, which is what your post now shows. It pops nicely and is highly visible and readable. I realise what I'd done - I'd copied it over from another forum that runs the same software and it had dropped it in as black rather than automatic colour. Thanks for the spot!
  3. Weird! What's the best colour to reformat it as? Wasn't aware I'd made any changes myself...
  4. We're back, and in a rare treat we recorded not one but two episodes of A Podcast in a Game of Chance! First up, in Episode VI Justin Read, Dan Walker and I have a look at the upcoming Imperial Raider for X-Wing, but doubtless of far more interest to you is Episode VII, which features David Pyrah and, in their debuts, Matt Gibson and Barry Smith as we talk Draw Their Fire in the second of 6 planned episodes over the course of the Rogue Squadron Cycle. Don't forget that we're always seeking community voices and cover all of Fantasy Flight's Star Wars games. If you're interested in guesting in a future episode and have a microphone and an hour or so spare, let us know. Don't forget that we are on iTunes, SoundCloud, have an RSS feed and are the OFFICIAL podcast of the Star Wars UK/IRL Gaming Network! These are in the process of uploading, so do be patient if SoundCloud, iTunes or your favourite Podcasting syndication software have yet to catch up.
  5. We're back, and in a rare treat we recorded not one but two episodes of A Podcast in a Game of Chance! First up, in Episode VI Justin Read, Dan Walker and I have a look at the upcoming Imperial Raider for X-Wing, It may also interest you that in Episode VII, which features David Pyrah and, in their debuts, Matt Gibson and Barry Smith, we talk Draw Their Fire in the second of 6 planned episodes over the course of the Rogue Squadron Cycle. Don't forget that we're always seeking community voices and cover all of Fantasy Flight's Star Wars games. If you're interested in guesting in a future episode and have a microphone and an hour or so spare, let us know. Don't forget that we are on iTunes, SoundCloud, have an RSS feed and are the OFFICIAL podcast of the Star Wars UK/IRL Gaming Network! These are in the process of uploading, so do be patient if SoundCloud, iTunes or your favourite Podcasting syndication software have yet to catch up.
  6. Ah yeah, forgot to mention that you can also ask this guy ^.
  7. I really have no idea what this box is I have in my hand then. It's pretty hefty, says Armada on it and cost me almost £70. Pretty sure that's the same game I've played every night this week. It's come to my attention that some of the images I've used are now out of date and I'm in the process of updating them. I use stock images from the publishers' websites as, as you can see, I review so much that it would just be impractical otherwise. As for your comments, very hurtful, simply untrue and just plain uncool to level at a fledgling hobby site trying to make it way just because you might not agree 100% with the opinions expressed. If you'd read and engaged with the review the detail alone I've gone into in terms of discussion is evidence enough, agree with your own opinion though it may not, which I think is the issue here. In all of the games I've played this week the Rebel force was torn to ribbons, with its best outing managing to get 6 hits on the VSD. As I believe you'd enjoy the evidence, I have plenty of it for you. For starters you can head over to the UK Armada community I run on Facebook and check out this post from last week, which I've taken the liberty of screen-capping for you: https://www.dropbox.com/s/skmus0o2jwvvr00/proof2.png?dl=0 The community is at http://www.facebook.com/groups/armadaukirl and the post is still there to scroll down and see. I look forward to getting a membership request from you. Then there's my order summary from Weekend Warlords, obviously with my address blanked: https://www.dropbox.com/s/v61bvvq7lh86orj/proof3.png?dl=0 You can also head over to the Hackney Area Tabletop Enthusiasts page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/hackneyaretabletopenthusiasts/?fref=ts)%C2'> have a natter with them - several of their number came over during the course of the evening and my game with another player. Lastly, from our 'About' page: "Thus far all games reviewed have been paid for with our own money, and should that ever not be the case you’d be the first to know – and we’d ensure our values remain uncompromised. What we write is solely our opinions – not those we’ve been sweetened or pressured into giving." Apologies to the community for what must seem like a lengthy off-topic reply, but I simply put too much work into Ludimus in Londinio to be wrongfully and spitefully accused of not owning the games I review.
  8. Ludimus in Londinio is a London-based tabletop blog for veterans and newbies alike, and, in the latest in a long line of Star Wars reviews, has finally gotten round to looking at Armada! https://ludimusinlondinio.wordpress.com/2015/04/03/deploy-the-fleet-a-review-of-star-wars-armada/
  9. Ludimus in Londinio is a London-based tabletop blog for veterans and newbies alike, and, in the latest in a long line of Star Wars reviews, has finally gotten round to looking at Imperial Assault! https://ludimusinlondinio.wordpress.com/2015/04/03/prepare-for-ground-assault-a-review-of-star-wars-imperial-assault/
  10. I really think it's high time as a community we have access to the necessaries to make these cards. Anyone?
  11. We're back! After the last gasps of winter, Star Wars gaming is picking up again, and that means A Podcast in a Game of Chance Episode V is ready. David Pyrah and I unpack Ready for Takeoff in the first of 6 planned episodes over the course of the Rogue Squadron Cycle. Don't forget that we're always seeking community voices and cover all of Fantasy Flight's Star Wars games. If you're interested in guesting in a future episode and have a microphone and an hour spare, let us know. Don't forget that we are on iTunes, SoundCloud, have an RSS feed and are the OFFICIAL podcast of the Star Wars UK/IRL Gaming Network!
  12. I've finally gotten round to reviewing the last 3 waves of X-Wing! The full post is here.
  13. It's here! Episode IV of the Star Wars UK/IRL Network's official podcast is available from one of two sources: iTunes or SoundCloud, while direct RSS fans will like this link right here. This time around the rest of Wave VI comes under scrutiny as my guests Scott Wilson and Justin Read discuss the M3-A Scyk, StarViper and IG-2000 with me.
  14. Feeds all up to date AND we're on iTunes now! Woohoo! https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/apodcastinagameofchance/id962161523?mt=2
  15. Took em long enough, but SoundCloud finally gave us an RSS feed. Thank you so much heychadwick for the guidance. We've made the necessary steps to get on iTunes, but until then: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:131175822/sounds.rss
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