One of the most exciting parts of painting miniatures for me is creating a compelling base for the miniatures that really puts the icing on the proverbial cake when it comes to presentation.
Since my Warhammer days I have always been fascinated by some of the creativity I saw with bases and while the default base back in the early 90’s was simply static grass or green flock I always thought there was more you could do. Game Workshop was always my guiding inspiration when it came to this aspect of the hobby and still is to this day.
Star Wars Legion has given my creative mind a big jolt mainly because the worlds and planets featured in the movies are just begging to be integrated into the modeling aspect of the hobby.
I have mainly been focusing on creating game boards to fight our battles over ( so far I have a desert, forest and Kessel board made) and to accompany them I have been basing my models accordingly.
Continue reading after the jump: https://www.intothegamenexus.com/gamenexusblog/bothan-report-creating-scarif-bases-for-your-legion-units
One of the most exciting aspects of Rogue One was the introduction of a new villain to grace the screen alongside established characters like Darth Vader and Grand Moff Tarkin. While not a major influence in the overall Galactic Civil war he nonetheless gave us a memorable amount of screen time thanks to the brilliant acting of Ben Mendelsohn. As far as Star Wars Legion goes I am doubly excited to get a commander on my table that isn’t names , Darth Vader, Palpatine or Veers.
Krennic just looks bad ass and his white cloak and uniform is very striking for an Imperial Commander. Throw in some Death Troopers alongside him and you have a very intimidating new addition to your Imperial Army in Star Wars Legion.
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Dwayne Morash has another awesome battle report posted over at https://www.intothegamenexus.com/
“Welcome back to another Bothan Report. This will be another multi part series detailing the events of a team of Rebels freeing some Wookie slaves from the Spice Mines of Kessel while the Imperials have arrived to stop them from getting away.
No mission objectives were selected this match. It was a straight up elimination game with the winner at the end of round 7 being the player who has the most points in Units left on the table. I am playing the Rebels and my friend Kyle is playing the Imperials.”
Lets have a look at the forces…after the jump: https://www.intothegamenexus.com/gamenexusblog/bothan-report-operation-kessel-extraction-part-1