I’m pretty new to gaming and at 38 years old it was particularly daunting coming into an established community. So, having been a Star Wars fan all my life and given an x-wing core set by my wife as a birthday present I was pretty excited to give it a go, but having no one…
Exciting times, a whole weekend of X-wing approved and here it is. I had no idea I would need to be so organised – hydration, snackage, forms, paperclips – this doesn’t sound fun! Star wars spaceships, thats better!
So this should probably have been posted before Birmingham/Yavin/UK System Open, but as we all know prequels are much better after the main event…right. Yes I have an issue with sarcasm.
If you are not part of a squadron or you have a loose play group, maybe it’s time to set a squadron up. This was not the article I originally intended to write. My thoughts on Poe Rey and making the cut can wait for another day.
Its been a while since the last post but I’ve still managed to get some X-Wing in and my first tournament of 2018 was the London Regional at Warboar games. Could Horton be good enough for the UK System Open?
“Hey, Thweek! ‘The Sun is still in the sky and shinning above you.” Or is it? A couple of Zombies try Thweek Parattanni at a Q4 and Thweek becomes infectious enough to spread to a 186ther. Is Thweek good or will he just leave you with a hole in your sole?
A guest article by newly crowned Westminster X-Wing Champion Sir Alister Grantham-Smyth MP, Member of Parliament for Staines Upon Thames North. In this he talks about his disdain for the term ‘Natties’ and his search for an acceptable alternative whilst playing at Westminster Nationals.
I’ve noticed that it’s becoming popular with blogs to write some bizarre quote in the article title and thought I might jump on the band wagon. Like the popular wood preservative states, it does what it says on the tin and this is a rundown of my team’s adventure at the UK team championship 2017.