Our good buddies over at The Fifth Trooper Network posted up some awesome videos from this past weekend at GenCon:
They guys over on The Fifth Trooper podcast sat down with Fantasy Flight’s Sculpting Manager for Star Wars Legion, Derrick Fuchs.
Listen after the jump: https://podcast.thefifthtrooper.com/e/star-wars-legion-podcast-ep-47/
Remember back in the beginning of Star Wars Legion play when every game had armor in it? Whether you were running the AT-ST, a couple of AT-RTs or the T47, it seemed like we all had armor at one point in our lists and we were having a blast. It was fun because it was thematic, it was also nostalgic and throwing up to 14 dice at another unit is amazing (thanks to Weiss’ giving you arsenal 4). Then the meta shifted and all of us “meta philosophers” told you the age of armor was over and so we (for the most part) moved on.
continue reading after the jump: https://thefifthtrooper.com/star-wars-legion-tank/
If you have listened to our podcast The Fifth Trooper or our sister cast Notorious Scoundrels, you know that since January I have been running a 12-activation list that I loved. It didn’t have any heroes; it didn’t have any truly costly units; it was just a wall of units coming down at you (if you haven’t heard of it or need a refresher it is to the right).
I loved this list for several reasons:
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by Jay Shelanskey
It seems that the old saying “Life imitates art” may just be true. As the Clone Wars reach our shores so may the Trade Federation. What in the blue milk am I talking about?
In a capital not so far away there has been a trade dispute occurring with another land. The dispute has led to increased tariffs on goods from this land by 25%. Now for the most part this has not included goods such as board games and has been more focused on electronics, batteries, auto parts etc. But there has been a list prepared by the US Trade Reps that includes board games as a potential product to incur the 25% tariff.