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Spirit Of Rebellion Spoilers Begin!

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Fantasy Flight released an article today announcing the upcoming set titled the Spirit Of Rebellion! Check it out here (https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2017/1/11/spirit-of-rebellion/). As always, you can find a visual card gallery here on our website above in the menu, or at swdestiny.com/cards/spirit-of-the-rebellion.  

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Uncommonly Good Cards

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Good question. Are they? At my latest tournament, a fellow player levelled this question at me and I had no credible answer. There are 43 rare cards in the set. There are 43 uncommon cards in the set. You only get one of each in a booster pack. Does that not make them equally rare?

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Carrie Fisher: A Born Leader

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Christmas: A season full of surprises. The best of these are exceptional gifts or visits from friends and relatives. The worst? More Y fronts. But when news broke on Christmas Eve of Carrie Fisher’s heart attack on a plane bound for LA, there was a sense of impending doom. 2016 is already infamous for bad news and celebrity mortality has been a big part of that. Things didn’t look good.

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Face 2 Face Games Toronto Box Tourney Report

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Face 2 Face Games, one of the local game stores in Toronto had a cool idea for a tournament. They took pre-orders for Destiny boxes and included free entry into this tournament for anyone who pre-ordered 1 or more boxes. Entry otherwise was $10 and you get a booster pack for entering, along with giving out packs as random prizes throughout the swiss rounds and more packs for the top placed players. Mind you I am an LCG player so this may be standard fare for CCG players, but regardless I like the format.

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Building Your First Destiny Deck

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If I had to give any advice on building a deck for any CCG I would say, build something you want to play. So many people focus on “meta”, power cards, expensive trades and things they may or may not enjoy, but the core premise of games is to have fun.

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