Star Wars Miniatures 2010 Regional Results
Written by Chuck   
Sunday, 23 May 2010 11:01

Congratulations to David Weeks for earning the title of 2010 Atlanta Regional Champion, beating out 22 other competitors in a full day of gaming.


David Weeks, 2010 Regional Champ!


A more detailed report will follow but the final 4 competitors were


The Final Four


(left to right)
Phillip Gladney
Graham Bingham
David Weeks
Greg Sutton

David beat Graham in the first round of play-offs and Greg managed to defeat Phillip to face David head-to-head in the final matchup. David came out victorious in the end which earned him a 4 day badge to GenCon and a ticket to the Star Wars Miniatures Championship game! Check out the photos below to see some of the action (click 'em to embiggen):



I would like to thank everyone who made the trip from out of town to attend yesterday and I would like to thank everyone who contributed to make the event a huge success!
A Classic VBlock 1 Only Primer
Written by Jonathan   
Sunday, 22 November 2009 12:35

On December 19th, we are going to hold a Classic Virtual Block 1 Only tournament. Why? The main reason is that it offers many new possibilities. Other good reasons include that it will be far easier for new or returning players to compete in (only having to navigate through ~2200 cards instead of ~3200) and the normal meta right now is skewed in favor of light side. So I thought it would be fun to try and drum up some interest in this format by writing first about some major differences between this and normal constructed and then about some fun decktype possibilities.

The Rules:
1. The only virtual cards that are legal are listed in Virtual Block 1:
2. "Classic" means that no Episode 1 cards are allowed, along with no maintenance cards. So no Mace Windu and no Blizzard 4.

3.  The Watch Your Step objective is not allowed.

A Galaxy at War... Against MS!
Written by Chuck   
Sunday, 15 November 2009 00:24


At first I was like "yay!" and then I was all "awww..."
Written by Chuck   
Saturday, 03 October 2009 06:36

Star Wars Miniatures Galaxy at War CaseWhen Wizards of the Coast (WotC) first announced that they would be releasing the Star Wars Collectible Miniatures Game in sets of 40 figures, as opposed to the usual 60 figures, it was met with a lot of controversy. Instead of releasing 2 expansion sets each year, containing 60 figures in each set, now they would be releasing 3 sets, with each set containing 40 figures. So do the math. It's pretty easy to see that the change in set sizes didn't have any impact on the number of new figures we got each year. Also, with the distribution of figures in each set, releasing them in 40 figure lots meant that we, the community, could complete our collection of any particular set with relative ease. So why all of the complaining?

Well, let's start by looking at the economics of it all, shall we?



Squad Building in Star Wars Miniatures: Beginning to Advanced, Part 3
Written by Michael Fryda   
Thursday, 10 September 2009 07:32
I'm very happy to present the final part in a three part series on squad construction from guest columnist Michael "klecser" Fryda.  If you missed the previous articles, you can catch up on your reading here: Part 1 | Part 2 
- Chuck
This three-article series focuses on squad building concepts for Star Wars Miniatures.  The first article focused on beginning squad building tips.  I used the construction of a squad as an example to illustrate eight key points for starting to build squads.  A summary of those points follows.
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