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Do You Know Da Wae of Da Force?, Issue #2: A Second Look at Bo-Katan Kryze

Written by Matthew Williams In my initial write up of my impressions of the first nine Way of the Force cards, I was less than impressed with Bo-Katan. She was definitely a character with interesting possibilities, but I initially dismissed her as overcosted. There are very few effective "Big/Little" decks and more deck lineups are… Continue reading Do You Know Da Wae of Da Force?, Issue #2: A Second Look at Bo-Katan Kryze

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To Mill or Not to Mill, Chapter 3: Trilogy Edition

Written By Matthew Willaims So, I just couldn’t help myself. I’ve been researching the Trilogy format heavily, as I hope to attend Galactic Quantifiers in the near future in the current meta.  I wouldn’t be myself if I didn’t try and make a mill deck work. So let’s look at the field. Gone: Jabba, Unkar,… Continue reading To Mill or Not to Mill, Chapter 3: Trilogy Edition

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To Mill or Not to Mill: Chapter 2 – Millin’ like a Villain, Part 1

Written By Matthew Willaims I’ve been working on this mill series for a few weeks now. I’m constantly “writing” in my head, trying to organize the story and see where it goes. Realistically, villain mill is a completely different beast than hero mill. Most of the cards that benefit the mill strategy are either hero… Continue reading To Mill or Not to Mill: Chapter 2 – Millin’ like a Villain, Part 1

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To Mill or Not to Mill: Chapter 1, Part 2

Written by Matthew Williams Characters: For Hero mill, there are two logical character lineups. ePadme/eYoda does tick a lot of boxes for consistency and has one more character die, but it only has two characters, less health, and it leaves off Red, which has some crucial longevity cards. The preferred lineup in mill at the… Continue reading To Mill or Not to Mill: Chapter 1, Part 2

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To Mill or Not To Mill: Chapter 1, Part 1

Written by Matthew Williams Hero Characters I have always been a fan of alternate win conditions in CCGs. Each game has something more than kill your opponent, and Destiny is no different. Since the ‘90s, my favorite archetype has been mill, which gets its name from the Magic the Gathering card Millstone. The mill strategy… Continue reading To Mill or Not To Mill: Chapter 1, Part 1