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  1. From what I've hear, the Runner up was running quad Phantoms, 3 Juke and Crackshot.
  2. System Open Malmo stream, courtesy of FirstEarth:
  3. Dengar - maybe. I think they nerfed the Saltador Maestro 5000 too much, so he deserves some love. But I don't think Dash can walk the thin line between playable and broken in his current form. A four attack ship with a double bowtie that ignores obtacles is insanely hard to balance, I think FFG wrote themselves into a corner with him, unfortunately... I've actually been wishing for some time that the pilot cards were Name/Ship only. No cards text, no Initiative, no nothing, everything else stays in the app. I think that stuff like Dash can't be properly balanced with points only - it's either too good or too bad to be playable.
  4. Top 4 was two times Imp Aces (the winning list + another, don't know the details), Inert Han and 4 K-Wings. Don't have any other info, hope it'll turn up.
  5. Edit: Nvm, Listfortress updated, forgot about the time difference, I guess it just finished
  6. I think Hannover will go to Top 4 now; 2 Imp Aces lists (?) and one Inert Han for sure.
  7. Yep, stream on their YT :
  8. Two more System Open's going on this weekend, Hannover and Denver. Will Inert Han reign supreme? Will we have another Phantoms win? Or something entirely different? Here's a stream for Hannover (Jake and the FatHan playing right now vs Whisper,Duchess, Gr. Inq) https://www.twitch.tv/loken5888?fbclid=IwAR1un-MNiQL3txACauVtTDeP2gja9glpysRuAsfoHVPwN_yV-nQ8c-0Wio0 Edit: Does the link work? Seems to work for me but doesn't work if I embed it here.
  9. Braylen Stramm (47) Jamming Beam (0) Ship total: 47 Half Points: 24 Threshold: 4 Wedge Antilles (52) Crack Shot (1) Proton Torpedoes (12) Servomotor S-Foils (0) Ship total: 65 Half Points: 33 Threshold: 3 Cassian Andor (47) Tactical Officer (2) Leia Organa (2) Pivot Wing (0) Ship total: 51 Half Points: 26 Threshold: 4 Jake Farrell (36) Ship total: 36 Half Points: 18 Threshold: 2 I've been flying this a bit. Basically incorporates Jake into the Rebel Beef build - he's only 2 dice, but the tradoff is Wedge can now take a torp. You can do a lot of shenanigans with Jake and Cassian, like Cassian coordinating a barrel to Jake (hand off focus), then Jake Boosting (hand off focus) then doing a blue to clear stress and doing an action. The tricky part is being in range 1 of Wedge / Cassian with Jake, ideally you want to barrel roll and boost every turn.
  10. Yes, an absolute mad lad I think his Han cost like 144 points?
  11. Gah, missed it! It's the same time as Hannover, added it!
  12. I managed to find a Top 4, but it's sad if they lost the whole thing 😕 I did write about the points change, between 3rd and 4th SOS. Should I make it more visible? Edit: Made it red and bold now
  13. Reserved for, I don't know, stuff.
  14. Hey everyone! I've searched the forum for this topic, but couldn't find anything. I know it's pretty late in the SOS season, but we always used to have a topic like that, with discussion, links to streams, results. I always loved pouring through the data from various top lists, discussing results, wacky lists that made it to the top, etc. Disclaimer: If my searching is bad, and a topic like that already exists, please point me to it and somoene please delete this one. So, chronologically: 1. Gdańsk, Nov 24-25 2018, Poland 168 players; Winner: Mariusz Krakowczyk (Lando, Boba, Palob) Scum Runner-up: Łukasz Łuczynski (Boba Guri) Scum https://listfortress.com/tournaments/184 2. Philadelphia, Nov 31-Dec 1, USA 165 players Winner: Stephen Michael (2x Tie Bomber with Barrage, Vermeil, Whisper) IMP Runner-up: Kent Whitney (Redline, Jonus, Rhymer, Deathrain) IMP (https://listfortress.com/tournaments/172 Thanks to So Crates for pointing this out) 3. Phoenix, Jan 26-27 2019, USA 216 players Winner: Philip Booth (Soontir, Whisper, Redline) IMP Runner-up: Ryan Farmer (4x Sigma Phantoms, all Juke) https://listfortress.com/tournaments/268 - The points change happened here. - 4. Toronto. Feb 23-24, Canada 132 players Winner: Calen Wong (3x Bandit Z-95, B-Wing, X-Wing, U-wing) Runner-up: Peter Rose (Zeb, 2x X-Wing, 2x B-Wing) https://listfortress.com/tournaments/371 5. Eindhoven, 16-17 Mar, Netherlands Can't find a listfortress entry for that. Any info? Found this: https://www.belloflostsouls.net/2019/03/star-wars-x-wing-battle-of-eindhoven-system-open-top-4-lists.html Winner: Benedikt Link (4x Sigma Phantom) IMP Runner-up: Łukasz Golonka (Kylo, Blackout, Midnight) FO 6. Adepticon, 27-31 Mar, USA 251 players Winner: Tyler Tippett (4x Sigma Phantom) IMP Runner-up: Nathan Eide (Han, Norra Arc, Jake Farrell) REB https://listfortress.com/tournaments/495 7. Milton Keynes, 13-14 April, UK 600-ish players Winner: Jack Mooney (Han + Jake Farrell) REB Runner-up: Luke Townsend (?) (Wedge, Braylen, Ten, Cassian) REB Shoutout to Alex Watkins who put the top cut lists online: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vzkz6ey8WP1EbKzju-LVG9c2P6XJ1inO/view?fbclid=IwAR3qMjprumkBA6lINWemYb6czfPqEE2O1KxW7rw_Jw5dRCKlMz_a-gv8trI Listfortress is here: https://listfortress.com/tournaments/557 8. Denver, USA, 27-28 April Winner: Andrew Nuckols (Jendon + Palp; Vader, Vynder with tons of Torps) Runner-up: Mitchel Hurst (Quickdraw + 2x First Order Test Pilot Silencers) Listfortress: https://listfortress.com/tournaments/583 9. Hannover, Germany, 27-28 April Winner: Jere Koskela (Vader + Soontir + Whisper) Runner-up: Rick Van Nes (4x K-Wing) Top 16: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1ZsN08Y-pZKEax6sPWAVw7Dpr27UewVkbXHXRT04eWuA/edit?fbclid=IwAR0VIZlmZh10OyO3mFrUlZzxHucBPekTsLRmrIJyE_vQCihzH2COs70UsVU#gid=0 10. Malmö, Sweden , 18-19 May 91 players Winner: Niklas God Nielsson (3 x Lok Revenant + Drea) Runner-up: Gisli Baldur Bragason (Quad Phantoms) 11. Atlanta, USA, 25-26 May 12. Seattle, USA, 31 May - 1 Jun 13. Bologna, Italy, 8-9 Jun 14. Madrid, Spain, 29-30 Jun 15. Paris, France 27-28 Jul 16. Gen-Con Indianapolis, USA 1-4 Aug 17. Bankstown, Australia, 31 Aug-1 Sep I will try to fill out the other SOS's as they come. If you guys have any info on the results of the tournaments not on Listfortress or any streams / YouTube links to matches, please share. Also, a big shoutout for all the people handling the streaming for these and other tourneys. Nothing beats watching them live There you go, discuss For starters - Jake and the FatHan? What is this, 2016 again?
  15. Have a list like that cooked up. Wedge, Braylen, Cassian, Jake - with enough points spare to give Wedge Proton Torps. Might play it tonight. But I can see the pros of using Biggs - he has a lot less punch, but makes Wedge survive into the late(r) game.
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