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Annihilation Looms

Annihilation Looms

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We had both built our lists to the full 800 points and agreed to use a randomised  Battle Card Deck for this mission. This meant a roll off to see who would take priority. I won the role and opted to be the Red Player, allowing me to choose table edge while forcing Fil to take first removal of battle cards.

Battle Deck

When building a mission for games of Star Wars Legion, three sets of cards representing Mission, Deployment and Conditions are shuffled and placed as shown above. Each player has two opportunities to remove 1 card from the left hand side (or pass). After both players have taken their two chances to eliminate cards, the leftmost cards will be the scenario for the coming game.

Battle Deck

In the end only one card was eliminated meaning that we would be playing Sabotage the Moisture Vaporators, with the Major Offensive deployment and a Supply drop. As we weren’t using a desert board we reimagined the Vaporator scenario as follows; The Rebels would be attempting to upload important Intel to interplanetary comms relays while the Imperials would be attempting to retrieve any Intel already stored there.

Battle Deck

Each player would have the opportunity to place two ‘Interplanetary comms relays’ which would serve as the mission objectives. We would also be placing up to three supply crates each, thanks to the Supply Drop conditions card.

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