Written by Gilbert Nevils It’s been over a week since Worlds has wrapped up, and I’ve had some time to digest to my own thoughts on the event as a whole. I wasn’t sure exactly how I was gonna approach the write up per se, as personally I don’t think I’m the… Continue reading Buns and Guns – A Worlds 2018 Top 16 Tournament Report
Written by Ray from Jackalmen Games Special chaining has been the talk of the town since the drop of the Legacies 2 Player Game. We first saw the benefits of this mechanic in decks like R2P2 (Rey2/Poe2) with Poe Dameron – More Than a Pilot and Poe Dameron's Blaster dealing 3 damage to your opponent before… Continue reading The Rolling Thunder Report, Issue #5 – Why eYoda/eHondo will Win Worlds!
Written by Roland ChristyWorlds is arguably the biggest championship for Star Wars: Destiny, granting the winner great prestige and spoils. Today I’d like to take a look at a deck that I believe has the potential to win this year’s championship, the Grand Mother deck (eThrawn – Master Strategist and eMother Talzin – Nightsister Matriarch).… Continue reading All Warfare Is Based On Deception – Winning Star Wars: Destiny at Worlds
Written by Daaneskjold Hello once more my fellow Destiny players. If you read my previous article, you know that I am passionate about this game. I am at that point where I am trying to improve as a player and as part of it, achieving better results when playing, and keep having fun. I think it… Continue reading “The Phantom Mence” – A eQui-Gon/eYoda Tournament Report & Deck Breakdown
The Rolling Thunder Report, Issue #1 Written by Ray from Thundershot Games
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
The Rolling Thunder Report, Issue #1 Written by Ray from Jackalmen Games