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My Transformation Card Picks

Having a print and play set drop from FFG was a very welcome surprise! I just want to take a second to thank FFG for this. They didn’t have to do this, and I don’t think anyone expected to get this type of content from FFG with them ending their support for the game. Thank you FFG! Here are the cards I’ve got some games in with and my early thoughts:

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Awakenings Reprints Which Could Have Lead To a More Balanced Convergence Meta

Reflecting on the Convergence block meta (the last 3 sets), prior to the release of the recent Gandork Holocron/Holocron and the latest RRG, many of the top meta decks were three wide. Anyone who knows me, or was a regular listener to the I Rebel podcast knows that two-wide middle-middle is my type of Destiny. I don’t think I’m alone in that statement. I believe many people fell in love with the game playing this archetype. 

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The Role of the Infinite Format for the Future of Star Wars: Destiny

For the vast majority of veteran Star Wars: Destiny players, Infinite has rarely been the format of choice. It may even provide shuddering flashbacks to that Galactic Qualifier where you were milled in three rounds, or your opponent took 27 ambush actions before Hyperspace Jumping. I’m exaggerating, but you get my point.

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Cheltenham UK eHan3/eQi’ra Regional Winner Tournament Report

Written by Sarah Evans The Road to Cheltenham eHan3/eQi’ra/No Allegiance was one of the very first decks I put together when Across the Galaxy landed. Although my first love is Blue Hero I also have a soft spot for some ambushing shenanigans. Q’ira's ability to cherry pick the best Hero and Villain events in the game… Continue reading Cheltenham UK eHan3/eQi’ra Regional Winner Tournament Report