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1  Gaming / Analog Gaming / Re: Star Wars Returns as a Tabletop RPG - FFG's Star Wars Edge of the Empire on: March 08, 2013, 09:48:47 PM
Boy isnt that the truth! Ive seen some systems that can be busted so easily it made me weep.

Steering back to the main subject though, considering how much FFG has sunk into Star Wars as a whole property should garuntee some pretty solid expansion. I cant wait to use my X-Wing stuff for a chase or attack situation!
2  Gaming / Analog Gaming / Re: Star Wars Returns as a Tabletop RPG - FFG's Star Wars Edge of the Empire on: March 07, 2013, 01:44:23 AM
I would have to agree with Tilt here. I recently picked up the newest 40k RPG 'Only War' along with the first of the supplement books they have made available. The whole mission was very well put together from start to finish, as was the main book, so I have higher hopes with the complete Star Wars rules when they come out.

I did try to run the expanded adventure FFG posted for Star Wars in an attempt to keep interest fresh for some friends while we waited for the main book, but even I will admit that it felt very frustrating to understand. Here is hoping they didn't backslide on SW just to make OW as well as they have...thus far!
3  Gaming / Analog Gaming / Re: Flames of War WWII miniatures game, anyone play it? on: March 07, 2013, 01:37:03 AM
I have an early and mid war DAK (Afrika Korps) army that I am still in the process of painting. I have been playing since first edition, with various armies and at various times. The current rules edition is pretty solid too. If you're looking at it as a starting game or as an experienced player then I would recommend it!
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