Discussion in 'Literature' started by The Loyal Imperial, Sep 7, 2012.
It's not out yet.
Whatever this is, I want more of it.
Terrifyingly awesome you mean
Oh look. Gorefiend has stole the pic. Didn't see that coming
i just looked up the video tutorial on the website about how to play the game, have to say it is way too confusing. this is coming from someone who is pretty darn good at magic the gathering.
Does it require a degree in English like the Decipher CCG?
SWCCG > Any Card Game Ever Made
Stole is such a harsh word.... we shall say it was acquired
Well, at the end, Coruscant and Reflections 3 had some rather unbalanced mechanics (Senate, Maintenance cost units) though the Player's Committee has gone way too far in it's efforts to kill of the Maint cost cards.
But overall, a great game.
Despite some of the flaws of swccg I'd still take it over the horrible game WOTC made, and over Decipher's other SW games, YJ and JK. It was also better than that pocketmodel one, and it looks a lot better than this one.
Jello, cover your eyes. For everyone else, pictures.
The heavy blaster emplacement is boss!
Twilek Smuggler is also pretty nice as is the A-Wing attack run.
Finally! Details of the Battle of Hoth!! I can finally die happy!!!
The boxed set of the Beginner rpg game was released this week. Does anyone know where one can purchase it?
Did you try their store already?
and where in europe?
German Amazon has it ,though apprently with one to four months waiting time.
It looks like it's cheaper at miniaturemarket.com than FFG's webstore.
The quasi-local comics and gaming store just got the Card Game in yesterday, so I snagged a set. I love the artwork. And there's an Espo!
I can't wait for the Hoth expansion pack to come out.
(Almost) full card listing with art for the Core Set is now available.
Those Espos look suprisingly cool, whilst the ISB Interrogators and the Intimidated Vader pic are just simply awesome.
Plus Kuati Security in silly hats like any Core World troopers should have.
Well, I don't pretend to understand this whole card game business, but Penny Arcade's Mike Krahulik certainly seems enamored with it.