Tiny Grimes lays out why he thinks Villains are better than Heroes. What do you think?
In the first of their gameplay video series, Will and Andrew of The Destiny Council test Unkar’s Misfits vs Han/Rey.
Watch Team Covenant’s panel with lead designer Lukas Litzsinger during Destiny Weekend at Covenant Tulsa! This is a great watch, and features a ton of great looks at how the game was designed.
The age of non-interactive games is upon us. A veritable Combo Summer for Destiny. I believe control can overcome, Unkar’s here to save the day! And it’s a good thing cards like Maz and Fast Hands exist, because decks that play fair don’t stand a chance against him.
We are very excited to announce the Galactic Conflict Series, an independent open series for Star Wars: Destiny. The first ever Galactic Conflict event will take place this July with Battle for Glass City in Toledo, Ohio. Hit the link to learn more!
The Destiny Council highlights their eUnkar, Royal Guard, Tie Pilot control deck. This deck is probably a tier 1.5 to tier 2 deck that is very difficult to play correctly, but has excellent matchups against some of the top decks. If you like playing control, give it a shot and let us know what you think!
Tokens are a big part of Destiny, and third party manufacturers of tokens are popping up all over the place. Just a cursory glance at a Destiny based Facebook group will give you dozens of options and that’s a great thing. It gives you the perfect opportunity to express yourself with whatever designs you choose. Here’s a look at 6 of the best options out there.
SWDESTINY.com is proud to be hosting a brand new Star Wars: Destiny podcast called The Destiny Council. The show is made up of some of the best players in the Twin Cities area: Will Klein, Jonathan Magnuson, Andrew Rothermel, and Brian Lindberg.
Congratulations to everyone who did well at Worlds this year! What a great cap to the Awakenings format, it was great to see so much variety in the Top 16 (and even some surprises too). FFG has generously shared decklists for the top 16 players, and here they are.
Nick Obee, Star Wars: Destiny’s Worlds 2017 runner-up, breaks down his final rounds of the tournament against Daniel Weiser’s winning Vader/Raider deck.