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  1. I will mainly be playing solo if I ever buy these figures, but that may be some time since I found a local store that has old WOTC miniatures for insanely low prices (like $0.50 each for a fair amount of models). Now if Clone Wars were to come along.....
  2. Just like the title says. I am curious to see what people are doing, and if you are just buying the miniatures to use for other games, what rules are you using?
  3. I have heard there will be lots of cool Mantis stuff. But yeah, the wording leads me to believe Shadowlands in some form.
  4. Honestly I am actually most excited for the Resistance faction since I always loved X-Wings and they sound like old school Imperial aces (except these guys can probably take a hit).
  5. He is the best pilot in the galaxy you know But yeah, I think his ability combined with the action-chaining and 3 force is why he costs so much.
  6. I realized that I bought into Scum mainly for the upgrades. I don't even like flying big ships. I am tempted to make Empire and Rebel Alliance my primary factions because I can buy the ships cheap and then just get a conversion kit (Empire definitely since that is what I played before). But, Resistance sounds like it will be more my style (aces) so I may end up going Empire, Resistance, First Order. Of course, I want to see the Wave 2 announcement before making that decision for certain, but that is the way I am leaning.
  7. How is that rich? I am pointing out what both games are and what each entails. The two are not really comparable. And even if you are merely pointing out that WH40K started small and went big, that does not mean that X-Wing will. Also, Epic was a whole another scale compared to Rogue Trader so that is essentially starting a new game. X-Wing is the same scale throughout and Epic is an optional add-on. I am excited for 2.0 also
  8. 40K is a game based off of combat with tons of models while X-Wing is a skirmish game. You need a lot of models for 40K. You don't for X-Wing. Plus, you have to paint those while X-Wing is prepainted (thus you don't have to buy paints or spend time assembling and painting your models).
  9. I believe prices of paper and plastic in China rose as well.
  10. @madquest8 You still didn't answer the question (you just did a sad emoji). If you can point to one then I would give your side more consideration, but so far you have mainly made comments without any substance.
  11. Well, they are a business. Is there a company that has a successful miniatures line that is as widespread as X-Wing and is less of "cash grab"? Yes, the way they distributed cards in 1.0 was dumb, but they have addressed that. Also, you don't have to buy the new ships... I fully expect there to be new cards and new upgrades, but they have commented they are trying to figure out a way to get those to players who already have the ships. Yes, I have heard of MTG, but they are a ccg and that is what a ccg does. They constantly rotate cards and come out with new sets.
  12. This has only happened once so far. That is not enough to justify it being a trend.
  13. That's so true lol. I am really looking forward to that. What ships do the Resistance have besides the T-70, T-85, and A-Wing though? (I do not like the bomber at all)
  14. Resistance sounds like Imp Aces in a new skin mwahahaha. I think I may end up going Empire, Resistance, and First Order (why not--it shouldn't be that expensive right )
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