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    Toph reacted to nitrobenz in Darth Vader choice   
    Correction: in the Rules Reference (1.0.3) on page 18 under System Phase it says this:
    " The System Phase is the second phase of a round. During this phase, the sequence of play starts with the ship with the lowest initiative and continues in ascending order. "
    So the strikers at I3 will have to make their choice with bombs before Vader can Sense the opponent's dial.
     
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    Toph got a reaction from Punning Pundit in Snap Shot is BACK!   
    I don't know if anyone else has pointed this out already but if you look at this first card of the new y wing pack it is definitely the second edition variant of Snap shot.
     https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2019/4/13/the-fate-of-the-galaxy/
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    Toph reacted to Animewarsdude in Snap Shot is BACK!   
    It has been mentioned in the Wave 5 thread, it also looks like there is a Force version of it that is bullseye only but not limited to range 2. 
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    Toph reacted to FTS Gecko in 5 Barrage Gunboats   
    *ahem*
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    Toph reacted to Shenannigan in Is there any ways to copy ships?   
    Using YASB. 
     
     
    Otherwise- no. 
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    Toph got a reaction from Okapi in Protecting Peace - Jedi article   
    According to the price difference between a Baron of the Empire (33) and a generic Inquisitor (38) one force equals five points. It used to be six before the update. 
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    Toph got a reaction from TheHumanHydra in Protecting Peace - Jedi article   
    According to the price difference between a Baron of the Empire (33) and a generic Inquisitor (38) one force equals five points. It used to be six before the update. 
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    Toph got a reaction from GILLIES291 in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph got a reaction from Bucknife in FFG please - please ship my stuff   
    Somebody stop this surprisingly strenuous style of succinctly spreading your stance on stuff before it gets out of hand
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    Toph got a reaction from ZlaMysz in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph got a reaction from FlyingAnchors in FFG please - please ship my stuff   
    Somebody stop this surprisingly strenuous style of succinctly spreading your stance on stuff before it gets out of hand
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    Toph got a reaction from Scrivner in FFG please - please ship my stuff   
    Somebody stop this surprisingly strenuous style of succinctly spreading your stance on stuff before it gets out of hand
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    Toph reacted to gamblertuba in And tlt is?   
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    Toph reacted to Cuz05 in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    We played at home for months on 1.0. Bought a few of the packs to get started, like you. 
    From there I just picked up ships cheaply from eBay and the Facebook sale groups, then printed and laminated every card we could possibly need. In regular batches. Which took some time
    Still seems like the best way to cheaply play some fun games with all the bits and pieces. 
    Buying ships 2nd hand has changed a bit with 2.0. First, they're not always quite as cheap as they were. Second, you'll very rarely get the 1.0 cardboard. Make sure you message the seller and ask for the 1.0 base tokens and dials at the very least. A lot of sellers may even throw in a bunch of extra 1.0 things they no longer use. Tokens may come in short supply, so if you can get some of them in as well....
     
    Because I'm just kind of assuming that once you play some games, you'll want to buy some more ships.
    Because that's how it goes.
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    Toph got a reaction from Vontoothskie in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph got a reaction from ObiWonka in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph got a reaction from Varyag in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph got a reaction from Sir Orrin in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph got a reaction from AngryAlbatross in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph got a reaction from Darth Meanie in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph got a reaction from irdonny in Buying oldies on the cheap :)   
    May I recommend printing (or proxying as we call it) upgrade cards for your casual play? It will allow you to play with the title card for the tie advanced and get more variety with your builds. Other than that you have enough ships to get about a hundred points on each side, probably swapping one ship out for another in every squad. Eventually you will probably want a bit more ship variety, but for now you have enough to get some fun games in. I would highly recommend your next purchase being another core set, the new hope one for variety. They are the best ship per dollar purchase you can make, and you will get another set of maneuver templates, and another set of dice. That might not sound really important but trust me you will want them.
    In reference to your other question about balance, I wouldn't worry too much for casual play. The points system is enough to keep casual play balanced. Just build what looks cool and have fun with it.
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    Toph reacted to Dengar5 in Rebel Points Scare? (AKA the 3 Nautolan Thread)   
    I can 100% confirm that the forum will be very unhappy with whatever the point costs get set at.
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    Toph reacted to Animewarsdude in Ships you feel should have a Ship Ability or Configuration   
    After a little revising, how about this?

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    Toph reacted to Crabbok in Mining Guild TIE   
    Ahaav has whales...
     
    He's Ahab!   From Moby ****!   And he's hunting Purgils!  
     
    EDIT - wow... book titles are censored!  
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    Toph reacted to NilsTillander in Showcase: Firespray-31   
    So I apparently have no imagination ^^
     
    Anyways, here is my Kath Scarlett!

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