The expansion forces mixing it up.
In the final moment of the game I took advantage of Slave 1's ability to shoot to its rear arc to knock out the final A-Wing.
Since Wave Two is not due in shops for a few more months, I thought I let everyone share in my victory by spoiling the contents of the Slave 1 expansion.
I still cannot believe how well painted these models are. Check out all the detail. I have absolutely no complaints about this model.
This missile looks awesome, my question is is the damage automatic or do the other ships get a chance to save? I think they are just damaged.
I used this with awesome success during the tournament. It was awesome when shooting at longer ranges, just remember only primary weapons can shoot to the rear, not the secondary weapons.
Drop one of these on a ship that has already moved and game over.
Another awesome upgrade. My question for this card is if I am hit by an attack does it go away before my save roll? If I save all the hits does it go away? If I take no damage, but lose shields does it go away? I think I may have played this wrong in the tournament and must have answers.
This is awesome against A-Wings
There are so many cool named pilots that could benefit from an increased pilot skill.
When you got to get the kill this will make sure it happens.
Giving Slave 1 even more firepower
Oh the possibilities.
Making long range attacks nasty again.
You have got to see the template for this.
Same as the Y-Wing, except it isn't turreted (no 360* fire)
Taking maneuverability to the next level.
Not bad for a basic pilot.
This will come in handy
These are the tokens for the bombs and mines
Not the most agile, but trust me, you don't need to be
If you have any thoughts on Slave 1, it components or have thoughts on any of the questions I posed feel free to discuss them on the WWPD forum.
“Craig Baxter is the Director of the WWPD Northern Research center in Anchorage, AK. When he’s not contributing to WWPD.net he is busy blogging, painting, modeling and rolling dice. You can find more of his work and articles at frozengamerak.blogspot.com.”