I received my copy through the mail on Friday, November 1st, thanks to Team Covenant.
The 2019-2020 Star Wars: Destiny Prime Season keeps rolling on across the globe. As of Sunday, November 10, 2019, 35 Prime results have been reported and all have taken place since the most recent rules update
The 2019-2020 Star Wars: Destiny Prime Season is in full swing. Through the first five weeks, a wide variety of character teams have done well.
The Star Wars Destiny World Championships were held Oct. 18-20, 2019 in Minnesota. FFG's Matt Holland (#MattHollandForPresident) shared a file with the general public that had the decklists for everyone who played in the event.
Nothing turns the wheels in my head like spoilers for a new set, and the most recent releases are no different. As soon as I see a mildly interesting character, support, or (in today's case) a plot, I run to swdestinydb and start constructing decks.
There has been lots of speculation online about what heroes people are excited to see released for the game, and I have realized that I do not have an obvious favorite superhero that I am waiting on.
By all accounts, 2019 Worlds for Star Wars Destiny was a big success. As we started to dive into the data from the decks that made the top cut, JediGeekGirl had an idea she asked me to explore and it's led to this brief article.