The first truly major Star Wars: Destiny tournament of the Spark of Hope meta recently took place at Gen Con. Now that the decklists have been published in various places by various content creators, we can take a look at which cards showed up in the 22 decks that were played in the Top Cut and leave it up to readers to determine whether or not the meta was diverse.
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Previously, I shared the significance Star Wars has in my life. I likened the Disney acquisition to losing a beloved pet and taking time to grieve before getting a new one. I went on to explain how Star Wars: Destiny is the "new puppy" which revived my engagement with the Star Wars galaxy. I promised to explain how my concept for Tales of War intends to be the bridge between competitive game-play and thematic story-telling. I'm sure we can agree, I've kept you waiting long enough.
We conclude our Spark of Hope review by looking at the Yellow and Gray neutral cards in the set.
We continue our look at Spark of Hope and double down in this article by looking at the Blue neutral and Red neutral cards in the set. There are definitely some interesting cards here.
We continue our look at Spark of Hope by focusing on the Yellow and Gray hero cards in the set. The Ewok tribe has spoken and they are now part of the game.
We continue our look at Spark of Hope by focusing on the Red Hero cards in the set.