If you are like me then you are eagerly counting down the days until Destiny’s release, which at the time this article is being written is only two days away! In the meantime, I’d like to relate my experiences at the Destiny Launch Parties that I attended.
Team Covenant were gracious enough to give me a set of Saga Tokens, and instead of racing out a review, I chose to get a good number of games in before I wrote this. I have since played about 20 matches using these and I can say I really enjoy them.
Welcome to one of the best tabletop and card games I have played all year. I am totally excited to teach my friends how to play and see our local community not only grow, but help each other out in learning the game.
Now that “Launch Party Weekend” has come and gone, everyone is in such a rush to GET ALL THE CARDS, that they haven’t stopped to think about why. Let’s take a look at the current state of Star Wars: Destiny’s secondary market.
Hello again Destiny fans. Rick here to discuss a few of the yellow goodies that were spoiled last couple of weeks from the various outlets including the lucky few that were able to attend the Destiny Preview Event held at the FFG Game Center.
Take a look at Tiny Grimes’ Darth Vader & Tusken Raider aggro deck for Star Wars: Destiny. What do you think?
With the pre-release events in the US happening in a few days and the UK events next week, a lot of product will be in the hands of the players and the age old question has been asked on forums, Facebook, Twitter and even here, “Which starter deck is the best?”.
Hello Star Wars: Destiny fans! In few days we all will be enjoying our starters and unboxing boosters at local Launch Parties and I would like to take this opportunity and talk a bit about the impact of localization on the community growth in our small country.
“This Bounty Hunter is my kind of scum, fearless and inventive” Fear The Hutts Welcome to the first day of our Yellow Card Week. Today we are covering the Great and Mighty Jabba the Hutt. Starting with his HP of 11 and 11/14 point cost, this card is full of potential with consistency and death for all who oppose him. Jabba’s die faces are 1 focus/ 1 focus/ 2 disrupt/ 2 discard/ 1 resource/ blank, now at first glance Jabba offers no damage at all but he is just as scary without damage faces as any heavy hitter. Jabba is…
The color system in Star Wars: Destiny is quite a bit different from those in other games, let’s take a look at why you might consider playing a single-colored deck.