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I took first in Poromagia Store Championships (19.3.2016), Helsinki, Finland. 22 players, 4 Swiss rounds, Top 4 cut, 75min games.

Wave 8 was not legal as it got released like 1-2 days before tournament.

That's a bit disappointing (the ruling about no wave 8). I find the store championships IMMEDIATELY after release are always the most entertaining.

 

 

Well there is no guarantee that everyone attending have chance to get Wave 8. Would make it unfair for some people. But it's not that big of a deal. In about 2 weeks there is another coming in other store.

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Imperial Outpost Games Store Championship

Phoenix, AZ  3/19

 

50 Players

 

Top 8

 

1. Tiffer Hill

3x Contracted Scout with deadeye, plasma torps, extra munition, r4 agromech, guidance chips. 1 has Boba Fett

2. Iain Hamp
5x Green Squadron Pilot with Chardaan refit, AT, crack shot, a-wing test pilot, adaptability

3. Bob Wilkins
3x Contracted scout with r4 agromech, deadeye, guidance chips. 1 w proton torp and extra munitions, 1 w plasma torp and feedback array;1 w flèche torp and plasma torp

4. Chris Markham
Darth Vader w title, VI, EU, ATC
RAC, predator, Palpatine, Ysanne, EU

5. Dan Topczewski
Lethal Rebel, TLT, FCS, Hera Sydulla, Tactician
Dash Rendar, outrider, HLC, PTL, Kanan Jarrus

6. Tylon Blas
Poe Dameron, adaptability, r5-p9, AT
Wes Janson, VI, r2-d2, Integrated Astro
Wedge Antilles, adaptability, r2 Astro, Integrated

7. Scott Forster
3x Contracted Scout with deadeye, plasma torps, extra munition, r4 agromech, guidance chips. 1 has Boba Fett

8. David Morgan
Bossk, vi, homing missiles, zuckass, 4-lom, k4, feedback array, guidance chips
2x black sun ace, glitterstim, crack shot

 

 

Top 4

 

Chris Markham v Tiffer Hill

Robert WIlkins v Scott Forster

 

(triple Scouts were 3 of the 4)

 

Robert Wilkins defeats Chris Markham in the final.

 

Triple Scouts came in 1, 3, 4.  We had 5 triple scout lists in the top 16 out of 6 in the field. (Plus a Trandoshan + 2 scout list that I don't think was top 16)

 

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Imperial Outpost Games Store Championship

Phoenix, AZ  3/19

 

50 Players

 

Top 8

 

1. Tiffer Hill

3x Contracted Scout with deadeye, plasma torps, extra munition, r4 agromech, guidance chips. 1 has Boba Fett

2. Iain Hamp

5x Green Squadron Pilot with Chardaan refit, AT, crack shot, a-wing test pilot, adaptability

3. Bob Wilkins

3x Contracted scout with r4 agromech, deadeye, guidance chips. 1 w proton torp and extra munitions, 1 w plasma torp and feedback array;1 w flèche torp and plasma torp

4. Chris Markham

Darth Vader w title, VI, EU, ATC

RAC, predator, Palpatine, Ysanne, EU

5. Dan Topczewski

Lethal Rebel, TLT, FCS, Hera Sydulla, Tactician

Dash Rendar, outrider, HLC, PTL, Kanan Jarrus

6. Tylon Blas

Poe Dameron, adaptability, r5-p9, AT

Wes Janson, VI, r2-d2, Integrated Astro

Wedge Antilles, adaptability, r2 Astro, Integrated

7. Scott Forster

3x Contracted Scout with deadeye, plasma torps, extra munition, r4 agromech, guidance chips. 1 has Boba Fett

8. David Morgan

Bossk, vi, homing missiles, zuckass, 4-lom, k4, feedback array, guidance chips

2x black sun ace, glitterstim, crack shot

 

 

Top 4

 

Chris Markham v Tiffer Hill

Robert WIlkins v Scott Forster

 

(triple Scouts were 3 of the 4)

 

Robert Wilkins defeats Chris Markham in the final.

 

Triple Scouts came in 1, 3, 4.  We had 5 triple scout lists in the top 16 out of 6 in the field. (Plus a Trandoshan + 2 scout list that I don't think was top 16)

 

 

Seems like uboots are making an immediate impact.

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Triple scouts to appear a lot it seems :)

 

oh yeah

 

not only are they incredibly punchy, but they're incredibly fun (maneuverable, large-base = thought-provoking positioning esp around obstacles and relative to each other, amazing blockers when not torping people to death) and they look amazing

 

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Hey, I won Omahas store champ yesterday. My list was:

Landon O.:

Academy Pilot

Omicron w/palp.

Wampa

Howlrunner

Omega Leader w/ comms and juke.

2nd Dustin:

Captain Yorr w/ palp

Inquisitor w/ AT PTL title

Soontir w/ title, AT, stealth, PTL

3rd Jim B:

Chewbacca w/ Luke & predator

X2 gold squad w/ TLT

4th Brad M:

Yorr w/ palp

Whisper w/ VI kallus ACD FCS

Omega Leader w/ juke and comms

Tons of Ghosts and U-boats in attendance...

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Ready to Play Store Championship

Cayce, SC, 3/19 - 27 people total

 

Winner (2nd in Swiss):

Ryan H.

  • Kanan with 2x Recon Specialists, Tactical Jammer, Autoblaster Turret, Advanced Sensors
  • Sabine Wren (docked)
  • Biggs with R2-D2, Integrated Astromech

Runner-Up (1st in Swiss):

David S. (myself)

  • Triple torpedo scouts all with deadeye, guidance chips
  • One scout had Protons/Extra Munitions/R4 Aggromech
  • One scout had Plasma/Extra Munitions/Overclocked R4/Feedback Array
  • One scout had Plasma/Overclocked R4/Feedback Array

3rd in Swiss:

Wayne A.

  • 4x Tempest Squadron (TIE/Adv) with Title + Accuracy Corrector
  • 1x Sienar Test Pilot (TIE Adv Prototype)

4th in Swiss:

Andrew H.

  • 3x Trandoshan Slaver with K4 Security Droids
  • One with tactician, one with Gonk

On the meta...

Lots of Wave 8 ships - a couple ghosts, a Dengar, several TIE Advanced Prototypes, and two triple torpedo scout lists. Surprisingly few Palp aces, only one Soontir Fel, no Whispers. Lots of scum, several swarms but no crack shot swarms surprisingly.

 

On the atmosphere...

It seemed like everyone had a great time! No instances of cheating or maliciousness or poor sportsmanship as far as I could tell. Every single opponent I played was an outstanding sport and I heard almost zero complaints about bad dice even though several of my opponents would have been justified complaining.

 

On the triple torpedo scouts list...

They're real and they're spectacular. I was a bit surprised there were only two of us with them given their popularity online. I only lost to the Kanan/Biggs list (see below) and the other player (Chase G.) only lost to me (I had the better dice) and my brother flying Vader/Fel/Palpshuttle, who had discussed and play-tested against the triple scout list extensively with me prior to the tournament.

 

On the winner and his list...

Ryan was an outstanding competitor with a great attitude. His only loss all day was to me, and he destroyed just about everyone else he faced (and then destroyed me in the grudge match final). He flew his list to force everyone to shoot at Biggs, who was hopefully shadowed by Kanan (one extra defense dice due to Tactical Jammer) while Kanan reduced up to three shots on Biggs by an attack die (Kanan's ability + three focus tokens due to dual recon specialists). With that much protection, Biggs usually lasted quite a while and was able to regen several shields with R2-D2.

 

Our first game, he setup Kanan and Biggs to fly in diagonally from the corner while I had my scouts spread out; through a bit of luck, I was able to get two torpedo shots around Kanan - and although they were only three dice attacks instead of the normal four, the following round I completed a flank maneuver for a third torpedo kill shot. Even with my initial success, it was a close game. At the end, I was left with two scouts - one with 1 health, one with 5 hull but no shields.

 

Our second game, Ryan adapted marvelously - instead of flying Kanan and Biggs diagonally into the center of the board, he shuttled them flush against the ride edge of the play mat. I reacted poorly and managed to get one of my scouts killed before he could fire either of his torpedoes, and the rest was just mopping up. He won with a shield still on Kanan (plus ten hull) and one health on Sabine, who deployed a few turns earlier for a range-1, 4-dice attack. So, not really close; a decisive victory for Ryan.

 

I loved Ryan's list and think it might be one of the best counters to the triple torpedo scout list.  It's hard to get at Biggs (which is the idea) and that really mitigates the alpha-strike-ness of the list. I have a few ideas on how to tackle Ryan's list in a hypothetical rubber match, but I'll keep those to myself for now :-)

 

On my overall experience...

I've only been playing since mid-January. I've placed 8th of 21, 5th of 36, and now 2nd of 27 in three tournaments and each one has been a great experience. Glad to be part of the community!

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Any instance of U-Boats failing, yet?

There was a triple u-boat list at our tournament that did not fair as well (not sure of the final placing). In swiss I was handily defeated by Soontir Fel and his herd of 3 glorious space bulls!

Yeah, there were a couple of really tight games there. Soontir had a big bounty on his head it seemed, and while the first group of scouts couldn't get him, the second group did. In the end, Soontir fell (sorry). Great games against you and Joey the eventual winner though. It was well worth the drive down for sure.

Gotta give a shout out to Our TO Ethan. He already had first round matchups and table assignments ready before anyone even walked in the doors, and already had plans in place to deal with latecomers it seemed. It was a very organized and well run tournament for sure.

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On the meta...

Lots of Wave 8 ships - a couple ghosts, a Dengar, several TIE Advanced Prototypes, and two triple torpedo scout lists. Surprisingly few Palp aces, only one Soontir Fel, no Whispers. Lots of scum, several swarms but no crack shot swarms surprisingly.

 

 

 

Anthony had RAC / Whisper. I played him 2nd, right before I lost to you. There were 2 Corran / Dash as well.

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Ready to Play Store Championship

Cayce, SC, 3/19 - 27 people total

 

Winner (2nd in Swiss):

Ryan H.

  • Kanan with 2x Recon Specialists, Tactical Jammer, Autoblaster Turret, Advanced Sensors
  • Sabine Wren (docked)
  • Biggs with R2-D2, Integrated Astromech
Runner-Up (1st in Swiss):

David S. (myself)

  • Triple torpedo scouts all with deadeye, guidance chips
  • One scout had Protons/Extra Munitions/R4 Aggromech
  • One scout had Plasma/Extra Munitions/Overclocked R4/Feedback Array
  • One scout had Plasma/Overclocked R4/Feedback Array
3rd in Swiss:

Wayne A.

  • 4x Tempest Squadron (TIE/Adv) with Title + Accuracy Corrector
  • 1x Sienar Test Pilot (TIE Adv Prototype)
4th in Swiss:

Andrew H.

  • 3x Trandoshan Slaver with K4 Security Droids
  • One with tactician, one with Gonk
On the meta...

Lots of Wave 8 ships - a couple ghosts, a Dengar, several TIE Advanced Prototypes, and two triple torpedo scout lists. Surprisingly few Palp aces, only one Soontir Fel, no Whispers. Lots of scum, several swarms but no crack shot swarms surprisingly.

 

On the atmosphere...

It seemed like everyone had a great time! No instances of cheating or maliciousness or poor sportsmanship as far as I could tell. Every single opponent I played was an outstanding sport and I heard almost zero complaints about bad dice even though several of my opponents would have been justified complaining.

 

On the triple torpedo scouts list...

They're real and they're spectacular. I was a bit surprised there were only two of us with them given their popularity online. I only lost to the Kanan/Biggs list (see below) and the other player (Chase G.) only lost to me (I had the better dice) and my brother flying Vader/Fel/Palpshuttle, who had discussed and play-tested against the triple scout list extensively with me prior to the tournament.

 

On the winner and his list...

Ryan was an outstanding competitor with a great attitude. His only loss all day was to me, and he destroyed just about everyone else he faced (and then destroyed me in the grudge match final). He flew his list to force everyone to shoot at Biggs, who was hopefully shadowed by Kanan (one extra defense dice due to Tactical Jammer) while Kanan reduced up to three shots on Biggs by an attack die (Kanan's ability + three focus tokens due to dual recon specialists). With that much protection, Biggs usually lasted quite a while and was able to regen several shields with R2-D2.

 

Our first game, he setup Kanan and Biggs to fly in diagonally from the corner while I had my scouts spread out; through a bit of luck, I was able to get two torpedo shots around Kanan - and although they were only three dice attacks instead of the normal four, the following round I completed a flank maneuver for a third torpedo kill shot. Even with my initial success, it was a close game. At the end, I was left with two scouts - one with 1 health, one with 5 hull but no shields.

 

Our second game, Ryan adapted marvelously - instead of flying Kanan and Biggs diagonally into the center of the board, he shuttled them flush against the ride edge of the play mat. I reacted poorly and managed to get one of my scouts killed before he could fire either of his torpedoes, and the rest was just mopping up. He won with a shield still on Kanan (plus ten hull) and one health on Sabine, who deployed a few turns earlier for a range-1, 4-dice attack. So, not really close; a decisive victory for Ryan.

 

I loved Ryan's list and think it might be one of the best counters to the triple torpedo scout list.  It's hard to get at Biggs (which is the idea) and that really mitigates the alpha-strike-ness of the list. I have a few ideas on how to tackle Ryan's list in a hypothetical rubber match, but I'll keep those to myself for now :-)

 

On my overall experience...

I've only been playing since mid-January. I've placed 8th of 21, 5th of 36, and now 2nd of 27 in three tournaments and each one has been a great experience. Glad to be part of the community!

I believe Kanan's ability falls under "once per opportunity" meaning he can only spend 1 focus per attacker. He shouldn't be able to spend 3 tokens to have the attacker roll 0 dice.

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Ordnance is real folks. My Bombers carried me to 2nd in swiss after 4 rounds at Game Matrix in Tacoma, WA with a 20 person turn out. Only lost one match by 7 points. Partly due to some crazy die rolls and the fact that I haven't flown Bombers in about a year. 

 

This was after swiss. I dropped due to a conflict. 

 

1) 5 x Gold Sqd. Y-wings w/ ABT (this was just decimating folks, luckily I didn't have to face it, only undefeated list) 

 

2) Inquistor w/ PTL, Title, ATs (me) 

    2 x Gamma Sqd. w/ Homing, Siesmics, Guidance and Extra Munitions 

    Black Squadron w/ Crackshot 

 

3) 3 x Scouts w/ deadeye, torps, etc. 

 

4) Torkhil 

    Transdoshian Slaver? 

    Thug  (sorry, don't know the specifics to this list) 

 

After I dropped a 8 Tie Swarm was 4th. I don't know the final standings. 

 

Homing missiles + Guidance chips normally netted me at least 3 hits and most of the time 4 hits. The only time I didn't get at least 3 hits was when I rolled blank, blank, blank, focus and re-rolled that with the TL to get blank, blank, blank, focus  <_<  Of course that was against Soontir Fel. He did take two bombs though and the black squadron finished him off  ;)  The Bombs where also MVPs. I hit so many things with them. People always forget about them. 

 

The Inquisitor is pretty good. His dial is amazing, but I was missing green 2 banks. If you want to shred stress and go quickly you need to go straight. He hits harder than Fel usually and he's a bit sturdier if your dice crap out. I lost him only once in my first match which I lost. He doesn't do so well against PS 9 of course. You are playing the guessing game. I need to fly him a bit more to get used to keeping him at a distance. He really wants to be out of range 1 and preferably range 3. 

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Games of Berkeley, 24 players, 3/19/16.  Crazy quick, close, and exciting final game.  Look for it when released on YouTube by Trinity Squad Gaming.

 

1st (4th Swiss) - Bernie L - Dengar, Tel Travura

2nd (3rd Swiss) - Jeff Wilder - Biggs (R2-D6, Integrated Astromech), Keyan (Opportunist, ProtonT, Extra Munitions), Wes (Draw Their Fire, R2-D2, Integrated Astromech)

Top 4 (1st Swiss) - Geordan R - Miranda, Ezra, Stresshog

Top 4 (2nd Swiss) - Albert K - Stresshog, Warden x2 (TLT, Tactician), Bandit

 

Regionals Bye went to Geordan on MoV, as Bernie and I already have one.  Everybody in the Top Eight that already owned a range ruler passed theirs down ... so I believe it worked out that all 24 attendees now have range rulers.  So that was pretty cool.

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while Kanan reduced up to three shots on Biggs by an attack die (Kanan's ability + three focus tokens due to dual recon specialists).

 

 

I believe Kanan's ability falls under "once per opportunity" meaning he can only spend 1 focus per attacker. He shouldn't be able to spend 3 tokens to have the attacker roll 0 dice.

 

 

Right, I never reduced a single attack by more than one die.

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Games of Berkeley, 24 players, 3/19/16.  Crazy quick, close, and exciting final game.  Look for it when released on YouTube by Trinity Squad Gaming.

 

1st (4th Swiss) - Bernie L - Dengar, Tel Travura

2nd (3rd Swiss) - Jeff Wilder - Biggs (R2-D6, Integrated Astromech), Keyan (Opportunist, ProtonT, Extra Munitions), Wes (Draw Their Fire, R2-D2, Integrated Astromech)

Top 4 (1st Swiss) - Geordan R - Miranda, Ezra, Stresshog

Top 4 (2nd Swiss) - Albert K - Stresshog, Warden x2 (TLT, Tactician), Bandit

 

Regionals Bye went to Geordan on MoV, as Bernie and I already have one.  Everybody in the Top Eight that already owned a range ruler passed theirs down ... so I believe it worked out that all 24 attendees now have range rulers.  So that was pretty cool.

 

Do you remember what was on Dengar and Tel?  I've been theorycrafting something with them for a while.

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Ordnance is real folks. My Bombers carried me to 2nd in swiss after 4 rounds at Game Matrix in Tacoma, WA with a 20 person turn out. Only lost one match by 7 points. 

 

This was after swiss. I dropped due to a conflict. 

 

1) 5 x Gold Sqd. Y-wings w/ ABT (this was just decimating folks, luckily I didn't have to face it, only undefeated list) 

 

2) Inquistor w/ PTL, Title, ATs (me) 

    2 x Gamma Sqd. w/ Homing, Siesmics, Guidance and Extra Munitions 

    Black Squadron w/ Crackshot 

 

3) 3 x Scouts w/ deadeye, torps, etc. 

 

4) Torkhil 

    Transdoshian Slaver? 

    Thug  (sorry, don't know the specifics to this list) 

 

After I dropped a 8 Tie Swarm was 4th. I don't know the final standings. 

 

Homing missiles + Guidance chips normally netted me at least 3 hits and most of the time 4 hits. The only time I didn't get at least 3 hits was when I rolled blank, blank, blank, focus and re-rolled that with the TL to get blank, blank, blank, focus  <_<  Of course that was against Soontir Fel. He did take two bombs though and the black squadron finished him off  ;)  The Bombs where also MVPs. I hit so many things with them. People always forget about them. 

 

The Inquisitor is pretty good. His dial is amazing, but I was missing green 2 banks. If you want to shred stress and go quickly you need to go straight. He hits harder than Fel usually and he's a bit sturdier if your dice crap out. I lost him only once in my first match which I lost. He doesn't do so well against PS 9 of course. You are playing the guessing game. I need to fly him a bit more to get used to keeping him at a distance. He really wants to be out of range 1 and preferably range 3. 

 

Well, what was your squad? 

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First NZ store champs of the season took place this weekend.

 

Mighty Ape, Auckland NZ, 20 players, 19/03/2016

 

1st: Andrew

Thug with Blaster turret, R4 agromech, title x3

Palob with TLT, Bossk

 

2nd: Nathan (me)

RAC with VI, Palpatine, Rebel Captive, Engine Upgrade

Lt. Colzet with TIE/x1, Adv Targeting Computer

Wampa

 

3rd: Jeremy

Poe with R5P9, Predator, Autothrusters

Jake with VI, PTL, refit, title, Autothrusters

Kyle with TLT, Recon Specialist, Moldy Crow

 

4th: Chris

Guri with Wired, Virago, FCS, Stealth Device

Talonbane with PTL, Glitterstim, Engine Upgrade

Thug with TLT, R4 Agromech

 

5th: Loucke

Soontir with PTL, title, Stealth, Targeting Computer

Kath with Marksmanship, Gunner

Epsilon Leader

 

6th: Dave

Poe with Predator, R5P9 and Autothrusters

Red Ace with R2D2, Comm Relay and Autothrusters

Green Squadron with Predator, Crack shot, refit, title, Autothrusters

 

7th: Adam

Kenkirk with Lone Wolf, Gunner, Isard, Rebel Captive, Engine Upgrade

Bounty Hunter with Gunner

 

8th: Caleb

Whisper with VI, ACD, Kallus and FCS

Carnor with PTL, Autothrusters, Targeting Computer, title

Omega Leader with Juke, Comm relay

 

 

Cerebus Games, Wellington NZ, 20 players, 19/03/2016

 

1st: Blair

Kenkirk with Lone Wolf, Palpatine and Engine
Whisper with VI, ACD, Agent Kallus and FCS

 

2nd: Hamish (NOTE: Hamish had the same points and MoV as Blair but lost on SoS and head to head)

Poe with VI, R5-P9 and AT

Miranda with TLT and Tactician
Gold YWing with TLT, BTLA4, and R3-A2

 

3rd: Jordan

Soontir Fel with PTL, Stealth, AT, and RGT Title

Carnor Jax with PTL, Stealth, AT, and RGT Title
Omicron Group Pilot with Palpatine

 

4th: Chris

Poe with VI, R5-P9 and AT

Miranda with TLT and Tactician
Gold YWing with TLT, BTLA4, and R3-A2

 

5th: Alan

4x Syndicate Thug YWing with TLT and Unhinged Astromech

 

6th: Stephen

Darth Vader with VI, Title and ATC

3x Omicron Group Pilot with FCS

 

7th: Paul

Soontir Fel with PTL, Stealth, AT, and RGT Title

Howlrunner with Crack Shot
3x Black Squadron Ties with Crack Shot

 

8th: Tim

Han with Predator, C3-P0, Luke Skywalker (Crew), Engine, MF Title

Jake with PTL, VI, Proton Rockets, AT, and AWTP Title

 

 

Note that Wave 8 was not legal for either of these events as it is not yet available in NZ

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Ordnance is real folks. My Bombers carried me to 2nd in swiss after 4 rounds at Game Matrix in Tacoma, WA with a 20 person turn out. Only lost one match by 7 points. 

 

This was after swiss. I dropped due to a conflict. 

 

1) 5 x Gold Sqd. Y-wings w/ ABT (this was just decimating folks, luckily I didn't have to face it, only undefeated list) 

 

2) Inquistor w/ PTL, Title, ATs (me) 

    2 x Gamma Sqd. w/ Homing, Siesmics, Guidance and Extra Munitions 

    Black Squadron w/ Crackshot 

 

3) 3 x Scouts w/ deadeye, torps, etc. 

 

4) Torkhil 

    Transdoshian Slaver? 

    Thug  (sorry, don't know the specifics to this list) 

 

After I dropped a 8 Tie Swarm was 4th. I don't know the final standings. 

 

Homing missiles + Guidance chips normally netted me at least 3 hits and most of the time 4 hits. The only time I didn't get at least 3 hits was when I rolled blank, blank, blank, focus and re-rolled that with the TL to get blank, blank, blank, focus  <_<  Of course that was against Soontir Fel. He did take two bombs though and the black squadron finished him off  ;)  The Bombs where also MVPs. I hit so many things with them. People always forget about them. 

 

The Inquisitor is pretty good. His dial is amazing, but I was missing green 2 banks. If you want to shred stress and go quickly you need to go straight. He hits harder than Fel usually and he's a bit sturdier if your dice crap out. I lost him only once in my first match which I lost. He doesn't do so well against PS 9 of course. You are playing the guessing game. I need to fly him a bit more to get used to keeping him at a distance. He really wants to be out of range 1 and preferably range 3.

 

Well, what was your squad?

The 2nd squad

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I may be blind but has anybody else noticed that R5-P8, Punishing One title, and the modification slot for the jumpmaster missing in the list juggler squad builder?

 

Yeah, they were bugged. Someone ran those at my SC today. I just made sozin fix it just now (manual entry at least, voidstate import still being fixed, not yet done)

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Magic Stronghold, Vancouver BC, 24 players, 20/03/2016

 

1st: Patryk (me)

Contracted Scout + Deadeye + Extra Munitions + Proton Torpedoes + R4 Agromech + Boba Fett + Guidance Chips

Contracted Scout + Deadeye + Extra Munitions + Plasma Torpedoes + Overclocked R4 + Guidance Chips

Contracted Scout + Deadeye + Extra Munitions + Plasma Torpedoes + Overclocked R4 + Guidance Chips

99pts

 

2nd: James

Contracted Scout + Deadeye + Extra Munitions + Plasma Torpedoes + R4 Agromech + Recon Specialist + Guidance Chips
Contracted Scout + Deadeye + Extra Munitions + Plasma Torpedoes + R4 Agromech + Recon Specialist + Guidance Chips

Ndru + Lone Wolf + Cluster Missles + Glitterstim + Guidance Chips

97pts

 

Top 4: Tzane

Contracted Scout + Deadeye + Extra Munitions + Plasma Torpedoes + R4 Agromech + Guidance Chips + 4Lom
Contracted Scout + Deadeye + Extra Munitions + Plasma Torpedoes + R4 Agromech + Guidance Chips

Contracted Scout + Deadeye + Extra Munitions + Plasma Torpedoes + R4 Agromech + Guidance Chips

100pts

 

Top 4: Jon? (I hope I got that name right...was pretty late)

Biggs + R4D6 + Integrated Astromech

Jan Ors + TLT + Squad Leader

Nera + Deadeye + FCS + Recon Specialist + Advanced Proton Torps + Extra Munitions + Title

100pts

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