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  1. It's the most wonderful time of the year for new players to join our community. Whether you've been lurking the forums and Facebook group or are warily eyeing your unpainted core set in the corner, let's take a look at what to do when you're starting Legion from scratch this winter season. All aboard the Holiday Special Express! I would absolutely love to hear your thoughts on what I got right and what I got wrong below, especially for anyone who's quietly hanging around the forums thinking about buying into the game. https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/12/06/the-legion-buying-guide-holidays-2018-19/
  2. Sometimes you post an article in the middle of an information drought, and sometimes you post an article mere hours before a major rules reference update. Oh well! To recover my ego, I've put out an article summarizing some of the biggest/most important updates we saw yesterday so that you don't have to spend time pouring over every detail. Hope you enjoy! https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/11/21/rrg_update_112018/
  3. The Legion community has been absolutely ABUZZ recently talking about the newest, hottest topic: how to accurately measure range in Legion! Wait, no. That's not it. Still, do you know the difference between measuring range for an attack and measuring range for...well, anything else? Click through for the answer in the latest installment of my rules series, "Now How the Force Works." https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/11/20/not-how-the-force-works-measuring-range/
  4. I'm back from an involuntary bed bug and wisdom teeth induced hiatus, and I'm bringing more than just a nice visual update to my site. Today, I've got perhaps my cheapest and easiest basing tutorial yet: a snowy Hoth scene using snow made from white school glue and some baking soda, perfect for E-Webs and Laser Cannons. Hope you enjoy! https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/11/13/how-to-create-a-snowy-hoth-base/
  5. Congratulations to the four winners of the Imperial Discipline costume contest: Bryce Collins, Luke Sellner, Erastus Gorchild, and Steven Rasmussen! We had a ton of great entries, and I'm really pleased to present these fantastic minis. Well done to everyone, and I hope you four enjoy your alt art command cards. https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/11/06/costume-contest-winners/
  6. Yes! Just do it by the end of the day
  7. Bump to remind everyone that the deadline is TODAY!
  8. The deadline to submit your modded or alternate paint scheme minis is TOMORROW! They don't have to be Halloween-themed, just anything other than the original design/paint scheme. Hope to see your entries in the mix. https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/10/10/a-mini-spooky-halloween-costume-contest/
  9. New blog post! A beginner's guide to all things Green Stuff: what it is and how to use it. https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/10/16/beginners-guide-to-modeling-with-green-stuff/
  10. Announcing an Imperial Discipline COSTUME CONTEST! I want to see your best alternate paint schemes and mini modifications; the winner(s) will receive a set of LEGO Star Wars alt art command cards and a featured post on my site. See the blog for more rules, details, and prize info. Best of luck! https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/10/10/a-mini-spooky-halloween-costume-contest/
  11. Announcing an Imperial Discipline COSTUME CONTEST! I want to see your best alternate paint schemes and mini modifications; the winner(s) will receive a set of LEGO Star Wars alt art command cards and a featured post on my site. See the blog for more rules, details, and prize info. Best of luck! https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/10/10/a-mini-spooky-halloween-costume-contest/
  12. New post up today! I'm not doing a painting guide for Boba Fett (in fact, I just linked to Sorastro's in the article) but I did take time to explain the canonical history of Mandalorian armor, Boba and Jango Fett's relationship to it, and why I think Boba presents such a unique opportunity for Legion hobbyists. Hope you enjoy! https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/10/02/fashion-police-boba-fett-the-history-of-mandalorian-armor/
  13. New post! In which we examine some more complicated cover scenarios and give explanations for each. https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/09/18/now-how-the-force-works-advanced-cover-scenarios/
  14. Picture this: Stormtroopers are shooting at Luke Skywalker. Luke is standing behind the wing of an X-Wing, which covers his head. The Stormtroopers have a completely clear line of sight on the rest of Luke, and there are no other obstructions on the ground between them. Does Luke have cover? Relevant rules section, page 23:
  15. New post! A follow up to last week's Solo-inspired terrain tutorial, this week we're going to make a silo slash sniper's perch out of some straws, staples, and a Pringles can. Hope you enjoy! https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/09/11/terrain-tutorials-industrial-silo-corellian-shipyards-part-2/
  16. Going back to Terrain Tutorials today! Let's create some super easy and dirt cheap industrial piping barricades and shop signs, with just a few straws, staples, and a business card. https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/09/04/terrain-tutorials-corellian-shipyards-part-1-pipes-signs/
  17. New blog post up today! What is Cover and how does it work? An earnest attempt at a simple answer to a complicated question. https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/08/27/not-how-the-force-works-determining-cover/
  18. Quiet week at the blog, but a reminder to sign up for the Tabletop Simulator INVADER LEAGUE season 2 before spots close soon! https://imperialdiscipline.blog/2018/08/20/join-the-invader-league-for-season-2/
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