Hello there everyone! I just did a search through the gaming forum and only found one discussion thread on Star Wars Minis (which was more about collecting than actual gameplay) so I thought I'd start this thread for like-minded gamers like myself. A buddy of mine recently introduced me to Dungeons and Dragons Miniatures, and while I'm not a big D&D fan, I thought the gameplay was pretty fun; like a mix between chess and Magic the Gathering. Soon after I found that there was a Star Wars version of the game out, and being the fanatic I am about starwars, I decided to pick up about $80 worth of the Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith expansion of Star Wars Miniatures (if you have spare money and an addiction to collectable games, STAY AWAY! You have been warned). So far, I got a couple Very Rare cards/minis; Bail Organa, Anakin Skywalker: Sith Apprentice, and an AT-RT. Was just curious if anyone else was into the game, and had some strategies to pass around with using these characters, or any other general strategies for the game in general or characters you own. While the game, I must admit, seems quite simple to start (at least compared to the slightly more advanced Dungeons and Dragons game) I can see it expanding rapidly and gaining more and more tactical elements and advanced rulings. And while the game is quite simple with the early expansions, it still provokes a great strategic element and a lot of thought in certain situations (kinda like Risk, simple game, but endless possiblilites). I hope to hear other's comments on this game. NOTE: I do not play the Star Wars RPG game, however the moderators told me I can only discuss this game in here. Why the base game is considered part of Star Wars RPG and not a board/collectable game I will never know... guess it will be one of those great mysteries of The Force.net that only the moderators know. May the Force Be With You!