Covert Missions is finally here! Yes the newest and last set has dropped, just in time for you to spend weeks locked in isolation while waiting for coronavirus to get under control. This game really can't catch a break, can it? But that's okay because Covert Missions has a brand new selection of plots to spice up your decks, including a new subtype AND a new win condition!
This is a follow-up to my previous article about running a demo or teaching game of Marvel Champions in a convention-type setting. That article focused on the preparations like deck building and how to present the hero, aspect, and scenario options to the players. In this article, I will cover how the events actually went and give some tips for teaching the rules at the table.
This weekend I will be running two sessions of Marvel Champions at the Mace West Tabletop Gaming Convention in Asheville, NC. This article will cover my planning and preparations for the event, and my next article will cover specifics of how I ran the games and notable things that came up. I am hoping these two articles will be beneficial for anyone running demos of Marvel Champions.
Written by Bill Yankosky (aka Yodaman) (This the second of two articles about my experience at the last ever NC Destiny Prime.) RENDEZVOUS POINT After getting some rest, I realized that I definitely didn't want to play 5-die Chopper Droids(eChopper/eC-3PO/R2) at the Game Theory Prime. I agreed with Derek's assessment that everyone was tired of… Continue reading The Last NC Destiny Prime – A Yodaman Story: Episode II – The Top 4 Run
For the past year or so, I Rebel has been kind enough to let me contribute articles about Star Wars: Destiny. As a college math professor, I'm always interested in doing some number crunching so most of my articles have focused on data and statistics. However, this time I decided to write about my experience leading up to, playing in, and ultimately making the Top 4 at the 2020 Destiny Prime at Game Theory in Raleigh, NC.
Some time ago JediGeekGirl and I spoke about writing some articles for the website and I felt it was something I would like to try and do. In my mind, these were going to be about Star Wars: Destiny in some ways and then a few things happened before I could take time from my life to sit down and write. The focus of the site shifted to a wider paradigm and the game was canceled in terms of production, so I wasn’t really sure about what to write about that would interest people.
In middle school, I sort of played Decipher's Star Wars Collectible Card Game. I say "sort of" because my primary opponents were my brother (who is two years older than me and much, much smarter) and one other kid at my school. My brother and I had Light Side and Dark Side starter decks along with a small handful of expansions.