This is our first article on Tabletop Timesinks that isn’t about Star Wars Destiny; believe it or not, we do actually play other games as well! In this article, Tim takes a quick look at the Fallout board game by Fantasy Flight Games. Continue reading
It’s been a while since our last article. During that time we’ve been playing a lot of Star Wars Destiny, as well as several other games (more on that soon). Continue reading
As the title suggest, at our local event we were able to use Legacies cards. Even though I’ve got two fairly refined decks in Rieekan Rainbow Mill and Battle Droids, I fancied using something that I hadn’t really tested yet, so I went with Poe and Hondo. Continue reading
Designing your own deck can be quite daunting; there are a lot of cards to choose from! Sometimes it’s hard enough deciding which characters to start with, let alone what to put in the deck itself. Continue reading
Last week’s article about Battle Droids should have probably carried the title, ‘Work In Progress’, so I guess this is the second in the series? During this series I will be providing the current version of a deck I’ve been playtesting recently, along with reasons for card choices, and a brief overview on how to play it.
To avoid wasting everyone’s time, I will only be doing this with decks that I think are worthwhile developing. Since we received our preview wave of Legacies in the UK, I’ve already thrown many concoctions into the metaphorical rubbish pile.
This time, I’m going to showcase updates to an existing known deck, General Rieekan mill. Continue reading
In the UK we were extremely fortunate to receive a preview wave of Legacies on the 15th December. Eager to make a Battle Droid deck as quickly as possible, I prioritised acquiring five of them. I’ve gone through several changes since my initial build, and this is where I am currently. Continue reading
This time, both of us were able to attend the tournament. Here in the UK, we were lucky enough to receive some Legacies boosters and starter decks this week, but these wouldn’t be legal for this event. Continue reading