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    JJs Juggernaut reacted to clontroper5 in What are the "Majors" of Armada?   
    As the First VWC Champ, I approve this Message
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    JJs Juggernaut reacted to Truthiness in What are the "Majors" of Armada?   
    Vassal World Cup>all

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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Matt Antilles in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    First was definitely preferred. Going second were the games I was most worried about as I had a lot of close range ships.
    Station assault allows me to dictate the flow of combat more, as I can drive my opponent to a specific place. Also with raddus you can often force them to choose between the stations or engaging your fleet. Most wanted is also less strong against Raddus, so I chose to avoid it in case of a mirror match.
     
    Hondo won me the final elimination game by providing a CF token to reroll my final hit against Black Squadron. He's worth the points (though he has backfired one me before...). Jaina's was an oversight on my part, forgot about that title....It would have gotten me numerous extra shots over the tournament and it didn't really effect the bids I came up against. I was either going against bids>395 or bids<382

    Strategic adviser was a very strong card for me this tournament. It gave me that extra push to avoid squadron pushes from low activation fleets, and also to out activate the large number of 4-6 activation fleets. A couple games I'd raddus Admonition just to be able to use SA for activation advantage, since I'd have the Hammerhead tucked away as well. I did a lot of turn 2 drops via aggressive Quantum Storm movement or CR90 at speed 4 to allow me to achieve activation parity/advantage. Since you can use Profundity to place the Hammerhead and then Raddus to place the MC30 you can still cover a lot of ground with the smaller base.
    Also I often wouldn't place my ships directly in front of my opponents at close range, since I could use activations to force them into me without taking so much damage, something I had to be very cognizant about when I had no squadron cover.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Zamalekite in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    Yes, that is the case.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Crewgar in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    First was definitely preferred. Going second were the games I was most worried about as I had a lot of close range ships.
    Station assault allows me to dictate the flow of combat more, as I can drive my opponent to a specific place. Also with raddus you can often force them to choose between the stations or engaging your fleet. Most wanted is also less strong against Raddus, so I chose to avoid it in case of a mirror match.
     
    Hondo won me the final elimination game by providing a CF token to reroll my final hit against Black Squadron. He's worth the points (though he has backfired one me before...). Jaina's was an oversight on my part, forgot about that title....It would have gotten me numerous extra shots over the tournament and it didn't really effect the bids I came up against. I was either going against bids>395 or bids<382

    Strategic adviser was a very strong card for me this tournament. It gave me that extra push to avoid squadron pushes from low activation fleets, and also to out activate the large number of 4-6 activation fleets. A couple games I'd raddus Admonition just to be able to use SA for activation advantage, since I'd have the Hammerhead tucked away as well. I did a lot of turn 2 drops via aggressive Quantum Storm movement or CR90 at speed 4 to allow me to achieve activation parity/advantage. Since you can use Profundity to place the Hammerhead and then Raddus to place the MC30 you can still cover a lot of ground with the smaller base.
    Also I often wouldn't place my ships directly in front of my opponents at close range, since I could use activations to force them into me without taking so much damage, something I had to be very cognizant about when I had no squadron cover.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Sharego in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    It'll be a new one...  
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from mcworrell in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    First was definitely preferred. Going second were the games I was most worried about as I had a lot of close range ships.
    Station assault allows me to dictate the flow of combat more, as I can drive my opponent to a specific place. Also with raddus you can often force them to choose between the stations or engaging your fleet. Most wanted is also less strong against Raddus, so I chose to avoid it in case of a mirror match.
     
    Hondo won me the final elimination game by providing a CF token to reroll my final hit against Black Squadron. He's worth the points (though he has backfired one me before...). Jaina's was an oversight on my part, forgot about that title....It would have gotten me numerous extra shots over the tournament and it didn't really effect the bids I came up against. I was either going against bids>395 or bids<382

    Strategic adviser was a very strong card for me this tournament. It gave me that extra push to avoid squadron pushes from low activation fleets, and also to out activate the large number of 4-6 activation fleets. A couple games I'd raddus Admonition just to be able to use SA for activation advantage, since I'd have the Hammerhead tucked away as well. I did a lot of turn 2 drops via aggressive Quantum Storm movement or CR90 at speed 4 to allow me to achieve activation parity/advantage. Since you can use Profundity to place the Hammerhead and then Raddus to place the MC30 you can still cover a lot of ground with the smaller base.
    Also I often wouldn't place my ships directly in front of my opponents at close range, since I could use activations to force them into me without taking so much damage, something I had to be very cognizant about when I had no squadron cover.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Sharego in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    First was definitely preferred. Going second were the games I was most worried about as I had a lot of close range ships.
    Station assault allows me to dictate the flow of combat more, as I can drive my opponent to a specific place. Also with raddus you can often force them to choose between the stations or engaging your fleet. Most wanted is also less strong against Raddus, so I chose to avoid it in case of a mirror match.
     
    Hondo won me the final elimination game by providing a CF token to reroll my final hit against Black Squadron. He's worth the points (though he has backfired one me before...). Jaina's was an oversight on my part, forgot about that title....It would have gotten me numerous extra shots over the tournament and it didn't really effect the bids I came up against. I was either going against bids>395 or bids<382

    Strategic adviser was a very strong card for me this tournament. It gave me that extra push to avoid squadron pushes from low activation fleets, and also to out activate the large number of 4-6 activation fleets. A couple games I'd raddus Admonition just to be able to use SA for activation advantage, since I'd have the Hammerhead tucked away as well. I did a lot of turn 2 drops via aggressive Quantum Storm movement or CR90 at speed 4 to allow me to achieve activation parity/advantage. Since you can use Profundity to place the Hammerhead and then Raddus to place the MC30 you can still cover a lot of ground with the smaller base.
    Also I often wouldn't place my ships directly in front of my opponents at close range, since I could use activations to force them into me without taking so much damage, something I had to be very cognizant about when I had no squadron cover.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Doppelganger in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    First was definitely preferred. Going second were the games I was most worried about as I had a lot of close range ships.
    Station assault allows me to dictate the flow of combat more, as I can drive my opponent to a specific place. Also with raddus you can often force them to choose between the stations or engaging your fleet. Most wanted is also less strong against Raddus, so I chose to avoid it in case of a mirror match.
     
    Hondo won me the final elimination game by providing a CF token to reroll my final hit against Black Squadron. He's worth the points (though he has backfired one me before...). Jaina's was an oversight on my part, forgot about that title....It would have gotten me numerous extra shots over the tournament and it didn't really effect the bids I came up against. I was either going against bids>395 or bids<382

    Strategic adviser was a very strong card for me this tournament. It gave me that extra push to avoid squadron pushes from low activation fleets, and also to out activate the large number of 4-6 activation fleets. A couple games I'd raddus Admonition just to be able to use SA for activation advantage, since I'd have the Hammerhead tucked away as well. I did a lot of turn 2 drops via aggressive Quantum Storm movement or CR90 at speed 4 to allow me to achieve activation parity/advantage. Since you can use Profundity to place the Hammerhead and then Raddus to place the MC30 you can still cover a lot of ground with the smaller base.
    Also I often wouldn't place my ships directly in front of my opponents at close range, since I could use activations to force them into me without taking so much damage, something I had to be very cognizant about when I had no squadron cover.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Villakarvarousku in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    First was definitely preferred. Going second were the games I was most worried about as I had a lot of close range ships.
    Station assault allows me to dictate the flow of combat more, as I can drive my opponent to a specific place. Also with raddus you can often force them to choose between the stations or engaging your fleet. Most wanted is also less strong against Raddus, so I chose to avoid it in case of a mirror match.
     
    Hondo won me the final elimination game by providing a CF token to reroll my final hit against Black Squadron. He's worth the points (though he has backfired one me before...). Jaina's was an oversight on my part, forgot about that title....It would have gotten me numerous extra shots over the tournament and it didn't really effect the bids I came up against. I was either going against bids>395 or bids<382

    Strategic adviser was a very strong card for me this tournament. It gave me that extra push to avoid squadron pushes from low activation fleets, and also to out activate the large number of 4-6 activation fleets. A couple games I'd raddus Admonition just to be able to use SA for activation advantage, since I'd have the Hammerhead tucked away as well. I did a lot of turn 2 drops via aggressive Quantum Storm movement or CR90 at speed 4 to allow me to achieve activation parity/advantage. Since you can use Profundity to place the Hammerhead and then Raddus to place the MC30 you can still cover a lot of ground with the smaller base.
    Also I often wouldn't place my ships directly in front of my opponents at close range, since I could use activations to force them into me without taking so much damage, something I had to be very cognizant about when I had no squadron cover.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Quadro28 in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    First was definitely preferred. Going second were the games I was most worried about as I had a lot of close range ships.
    Station assault allows me to dictate the flow of combat more, as I can drive my opponent to a specific place. Also with raddus you can often force them to choose between the stations or engaging your fleet. Most wanted is also less strong against Raddus, so I chose to avoid it in case of a mirror match.
     
    Hondo won me the final elimination game by providing a CF token to reroll my final hit against Black Squadron. He's worth the points (though he has backfired one me before...). Jaina's was an oversight on my part, forgot about that title....It would have gotten me numerous extra shots over the tournament and it didn't really effect the bids I came up against. I was either going against bids>395 or bids<382

    Strategic adviser was a very strong card for me this tournament. It gave me that extra push to avoid squadron pushes from low activation fleets, and also to out activate the large number of 4-6 activation fleets. A couple games I'd raddus Admonition just to be able to use SA for activation advantage, since I'd have the Hammerhead tucked away as well. I did a lot of turn 2 drops via aggressive Quantum Storm movement or CR90 at speed 4 to allow me to achieve activation parity/advantage. Since you can use Profundity to place the Hammerhead and then Raddus to place the MC30 you can still cover a lot of ground with the smaller base.
    Also I often wouldn't place my ships directly in front of my opponents at close range, since I could use activations to force them into me without taking so much damage, something I had to be very cognizant about when I had no squadron cover.
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    JJs Juggernaut reacted to rasproteus in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    I brought six activations, SA gave him seven.  Not only was he able to deploy Profundity in a strong position, but he was also able to dictate the engagement afterward.  I think most players would use the Raddus drop to place it with a double arc in close range, but he forced me to move INTO range and guaranteed a last-first shot due to activation advantage.
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    JJs Juggernaut reacted to rasproteus in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    We need to start a gofundme to get @JJs Juggernaut some better dice.  He'll be unstoppable.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Snipafist in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    Indeed it was! Great to see so many familiar faces, it was almost like a mini worlds!
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    JJs Juggernaut reacted to Ardaedhel in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    That is a damned spicy list, @JJs Juggernaut.  Very nice.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from comatose in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    Indeed it was! Great to see so many familiar faces, it was almost like a mini worlds!
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from rasproteus in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    Indeed it was! Great to see so many familiar faces, it was almost like a mini worlds!
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from geek19 in North American tourney @ Gen Con   
    Indeed it was! Great to see so many familiar faces, it was almost like a mini worlds!
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Villakarvarousku in VASSAL: Armada Draft Battle Reports   
    JJs Juggernaut (1st Player) vs @Villakarvarousku
    Objective: Capture the VIP
    268-107 (MoV 161) 8-3 win for JJs Juggernaut
     
    I was able to use a cheeky sideboard play to give myself the bid and first player. With my activations and range I was able to pick apart Villa's ships one by one. His JerJerrod CR90 was able to snag the VIP and run from danger, and his Decimators chased down my gunship Quasar after it made it's attack run.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Darth Sanguis in Hello Boys! I'm Back!!!   
    Ahhh, at long last.
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    JJs Juggernaut reacted to Crabbok in New season of The Clone Wars   
    I want clone wars factions even more than a Super Star Destroyer.   
     
      And I was only a MILD prequel era fan...   
     
    Already made a reaction video and everything - this is crazy exciting!  THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME!    
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    JJs Juggernaut reacted to clontroper5 in Hello Boys! I'm Back!!!   
    HELLO!!!!!1
     
    Muhahahaha!! At long Last We Rule THE TABLE TOP!!!!!
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Brikhause in Tales of Tilting   
    I once flew a MC75 into a swarm of bombers on a whim...
    I was pretty tilted.
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Undeadguy in VASSAL: Armada Draft 2.0 (Now Playing)   
    Deadline to get fleets in is this Friday the 20th!
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    JJs Juggernaut got a reaction from Villakarvarousku in VASSAL: Armada Draft 2.0 (Now Playing)   
    Yes you can!
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