House of Gaming is pleased to announce their new 3d terrain printing service.
They have partnered with Imperial Terrain to bring you their exclusive terrain for Star Wars Legion and other Sci Fi games, in both painted and unpainted form, at extremely competitive prices shipped within the UK.
They also post battle reports, building guides, etc on their site as well.
Find their shop after the jump: houseofgaming.co.uk
Safe and Sound is running a Kickstarter for some great looking Star Wars Legion storage boxes. If you’ve been trying to figure out a way to transport your AT-ST like I have, look no further and go back this awesome project: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/859660495/4legion/rewards
Fantasy Flight Games just posted their release announcement article for the Emplacements released last week.
In the battles of the Galactic Civil War, the Empire often heaves the weight of its military machine against the ragtag forces of the Rebel Alliance. No matter how ill-equippe they might find themselves, however, the Rebels always mount a spirited defense, managing to bend but not break in the face of the Empire’s seemingly indomitable might.
Snipers and saboteurs will be in separate articles, since they play so differently.
The format of this article will be a little different, since the full squad and strike team play differently but share the same weapon upgrade. First we’ll hit some high level pros and cons common to both versions of Commando snipers, then we’ll look at the sniper rifle stats and some data-informed decisions. Lastly, we’ll look at the differences between the full squad and strike team, and some tactics for each.
- Can get in cover more easily
- Sharpshooter allows more hits through cover
- Courage 2 means usually getting both actions
- Pierce is the shizzle
- Unlimited range Pierce is the fo-shizzle (that’s more than shizzle, right? Or is that my nizzle?)
- Fragile for cost
- Spec ops slot reduces activation control
The stock commandos feel very much like elite Rebel Troopers. You probably aren’t taking them naked, though. Indeed, this article is all about snipers, so lets move on to the weapon.
Continue Reading: Rebel Commandos – Snipers
Imperial Terrain’s newest model is this beautiful Ancient Ruins Store House which also comes with some bonus crates. This piece would work great on a Yavin V table.
Here’s their write up:
An expansion set for our Ancient Ruins line of wargaming terrain, the Store House was once a prominent structure for an ancient civilization. Time has definitely taken its toll, eroding over half the building but leaving strong stone ruins behind. The Store House could be used merely as ancient ruins that a battle is happening in or hobbied up to be a temporary control center.
A set of 7 unique crates and containers come as part of the set as well.
Store House Measurements: 13″ long x 9″ wide x 7.5″ Tall
Physical Model: $65.99 +shipping
STL File: $5.00
The Ancient Ruins Store House is also included in their “Ancient Ruins” STL bundle
The Imperial E-Web and Rebel Laser Cannon expansions are in stores today!
Expect an FFG article announcing their release tomorrow.
Be sure to buy yours at your local shop to help support them. But if you’re not able to and are planning on getting yours through Amazon, it looks like Amazon isn’t releasing theirs until next Thursday (Nov 1st).