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Annihilation Looms

Annihilation Looms

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Round 4 - Orders

Tutoring 6
Skill 6
Idea 6
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Imperials – With three turns to go I still had two 1 pip cards in my hand. In a bid to keep the Rebels on the back foot I attempted to win initiative by playing ‘Covert Observation’. This card has had an update from its original format and now causes suppression on any unit on the opposing side who receives an order. 

Round 4 - Orders

A small advantage but robbing my opponent of actions and increasing my chances of sowing panic in the enemy ranks could prove vital at this stage of the game. 

Round 4 - Orders

Rebels –  The imperials we’re beginning to rush my position and with most of my basic troops eliminated, my three plucky heroes were likely to come under fire this turn. By playing ‘Trust goes both ways’ I would be able to generate additional aim or dodge tokens by gaining Teamwork for Jyn and one other unit. The obvious choice was K-2SO, who was the last line of defence for my forward objective.

Round 4 - Orders

Unfortunately the Imperials ‘Covert Observation’ would mean K2 and Jyn each beginning the round with a Suppression token. 

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