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  1. InfestedKerrigan

    2k Ork Battalion

    Can we lock/merge/delete this one?
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    Rumor engine 11-13-2018

    For the first Blackstone expansion?
  3. InfestedKerrigan

    Rumor engine 11-13-2018

    Possibly Chaos Sprue for AT18, but looks more like a Chaos Power Fist for 40k, like west said.
  4. InfestedKerrigan

    Adeptus Titanicus Rumors

    Warlord Kit is bullshet. Cerastus Knights are supposedly plastic. Both look baller
  5. InfestedKerrigan

    GW Humble Bundle

    Spent $1. My old roomie has been bugging me for months to download Talisman. He's excited.
  6. InfestedKerrigan

    Random Thought Thread

    Next, you'll tell me most top songs consist of the same chord progression.
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    Random Thought Thread

    You sure you ain't talking DSotR?
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    Just remember, yellow and white, scared of a fight, yellow and black, talking smack. Clearly a FW allusion.
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    Random Thought Thread

    An Aramaic scroll from Wadi Murabba'at, dated to "the second year of Emperor Nero", refers to him by his name and title.[38] In Hebrew it is Nron Qsr (pronounced "Nerōn Kaisar"). In Latin it is Nro Qsr(pronounced "Nerō Kaisar"). Nron Qsr The Greek version of the name and title transliterates into Hebrew as נרון קסר‎, and yields a numerical value of 666,[38] as shown: Resh (ר) Samekh (ס) Qoph (ק) Nun (נ) Vav (ו) Resh (ר) Nun (נ) Sum 200 60 100 50 6 200 50 666 Nro Qsr The Latin version of the name drops the second Nun (נ), so that it appears as Nro and transliterates into Hebrew as נרו קסר, yielding 616:[19] Resh (ר) Samekh (ס) Qoph (ק) Vav (ו) Resh (ר) Nun (נ) Sum 200 60 100 6 200 50 616
  10. Enter the Clone Wars Announcing Wave III for X-Wing #XWing Tweet “The shroud of the dark side has fallen. Begun the Clone War has.” –Yoda, Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Turmoil has engulfed the Galactic Republic. The Separatist Alliance has driven a spike into the heart of the galaxy, splintering the once-unified worlds with chaos, tyranny, and fear. But even in this age of uncertainty and disunion, legendary Jedi Knights band together and fight to preserve the Republic. Soon, you can choose a side and experience a new era of space combat. Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce a new wave of expansions for X-Wing! Order your own copy of the Wave III expansions for X-Wing at your local retailer or online through our website today! Servants of Strike Squadron Pack Sith Infiltrator Expansion Pack Vulture-class Droid Fighter Expansion Pack Guardians of the Republic Squadron Pack ARC-170 Starfighter Expansion Pack Delta-7 Aethersprite Expansion Pack Separatist Alliance Maneuver Dial Upgrade Kit Galactic Republic Maneuver Dial Upgrade Kit Z-95-AF4 Headhunter Expansion Pack TIE/sk Striker Expansion Pack These expansions give you the chance to enter this spreading conflict and command endless legions of droid fighters or valiantly lead powerful Jedi Knights and dedicated clone pilots into battle. As you do, you’ll experience new twists to the X-Wing formula, outfit your ships with new upgrades, and immerse yourself in the Clone Wars like never before. In addition to introducing the Galactic Republic and Separatist Alliance as brand-new factions to X-Wing, this wave also brings the opportunity to round out your Scum and Villainy and Galactic Empire squadrons with updated versions of two classic starfighters. Read on for a look into what each of these expansions brings to your games of X-Wing! Servants of Strife Squadron Pack The corporate entities that form the bulk of the Separatist Alliance have untold resources at their disposal. As the Clone Wars escalate, then, it is only natural that they throw this weight into developing advanced starfighter technology that can help them put the Republic on the defensive. The result of this research is a unique blend of cheap but deadly droid starfighters and heavily armed ships controlled by "more traditional" organic pilots. Both of these design philosophies are represented in the Servants of Strife Squadron Pack. Within this expansion, you’ll find both a heavily armed Belbullab-22 starfighter and two Vulture-class droid fighters (painted in General Grievous's colors) to begin building your Separatist Alliance squadrons. Accompanying these ships is a full suite of 48 upgrade cards that reflect the Separatists’ emphasis on groups of networked droid fighters working as one. For example, adding a Tactical Relay upgrade such as Kraken to your squadron gives your droids even more power to make use of their calculate tokens. This massive array of upgrade cards, including reprints of many common neutral upgrade cards, also means that Servants of Strife can be combined with the X-Wing Core Set to make the perfect start, especially if you're just getting into the game and want to start flying with the Separatists. We’ll take a look at everything included in the Servants of Strife Squadron Pack, including all the Seperatist-exclusive upgrade cards, in a future preview! Sith Infiltrator Expansion The Sith operate in the shadows. As they unfold their dark machinations across the galaxy, they need a ship that matches their nefarious purposes. Casting a menacing shadow as it cuts across the skies, the Sith Infiltrator is the perfect choice to carry the agents of Darth Sidious on their dark missions across the galaxy. With the Sith Infiltrator Expansion Pack, you can use the experimental cloaking device, devastating firepower, and advanced systems of one of these ships to deliver vicious surgical strikes before vanishing into the void. In addition to the finely detailed and fully painted Sith Infiltrator miniature, you’ll find a collection of five ship cards, including Darth Maul himself, twenty upgrade cards that help you fully utilize the ship’s systems, and all the tokens and maneuver dials you need to launch your own secret missions. We’ll look at everything included in the Sith Infiltrator Expansion Pack, including all of its pilots, in a future preview! Vulture-class Droid Fighter Expansion The Separatist Navy may contain many capable organic pilots, but the vast majority is made up of Vulture-class droid fighters. These starfighters form the backbone of the Separatist forces and are emblematic of its strategy: weak in isolation, but overwhelming in numbers. A sufficiently vast swarm of networked attackers form a cunning, sinister intelligence that can defeat even wise and powerful Jedi pilots. The Vulture-class Droid Fighter Expansion Pack contains everything you need to begin building your own squadron of linked droid starfighters—most importantly, a beautifully pre-painted Vulture-class droid fighter miniature. Each of the five droid pilots included in this pack can contribute to your Separatist swarm in their own way, but they become even more deadly when using their careful calculations to launch Energy-Shell Charges at enemy ships. We’ll take a glimpse at everything included in the Vulture-class Droid Fighter Expansion Pack, including all the ways these ships can use calculate tokens, in a future preview! Guardians of the Republic Squadron Pack Leading the fight against the Separatist war machine are none other than the Jedi Knights. They enter the fight at the controls of the Delta-7 Aethersprite, a starfighter that allows them to use their Force-enhanced reflexes to the fullest. Behind them, clone pilots take to the skies in V-19 Torrents, covering their Jedi Generals with coordinated fire, tight formation flying, and salvos of missiles. With the Jedi taking the lead, the Guardians of the Republic Squadron Pack gives you the chance to further explore the potential of the Force in your X-Wing squadrons. In addition to one Delta-7 Aethersprite (painted in Obi-Wan Kenobi's colors) and two V-19 Torrent Starfighter miniatures, this expansion contains new Force upgrade cards that unlock even more potential in your Force-sensitive pilots. For example, they could exhibit Brilliant Evasion to escape a seemingly impossible situation unscathed. And of course, like Servants of Strife, the Guardians of the Republic Squadron Pack makes the perfect introduction to the game with a wealth of upgrade cards, including reprints of many common neutral upgrade cards. If you're interested in starting to fly alongside the Galactic Republic, this squadron pack is the perfect second purchase after your X-Wing Core Set! We’ll take a look at everything included in the Guardians of the Republic Squadron Pack, including all the upgrade cards, in a future preview! ARC-170 Starfighter Expansion Starfighters piloted by powerful Jedi are certainly a boon to the Republic, but the lightly armed Delta-7 Aethersprite is still a delicate starfighter that can’t handle the brunt of enemy fire. The ARC-170 starfighter, on the other hand, can smash through foes that might repel the Republic’s more lightly armed ships. Equipped with torpedoes and a rear gunner, even the most intelligent Separatist droids will find it difficult to approach this intimidating craft. With the ARC-170 Starfighter Expansion Pack, you can bring a single ARC-170 starfighter to your X-Wing battles. Primed for battle, clone pilots like "Sinker" are ready to do whatever it takes to support their squadron, whether that means defending the flanks of a formation or giving support to a Jedi General. We’ll take a look inside the ARC-170 Starfighter Expansion Pack, including all the ship cards, in a future preview! Delta-7 Aethersprite Expansion Jedi Knights travel far across the galaxy in their mission to uphold justice. Rather than cross the gulfs between the stars and their destination in any ship, they choose one specifically designed to augment their considerable abilities. Equipped with an astromech for navigation, the Delta-7 Aethersprite is lightly armed but highly maneuverable, its fine-tuned controls allowing a Force-sensitive pilot to fly it with unmatched precision. With five ship cards—including four unique pilots—the Delta-7 Aethersprite Expansion Pack adds even more Jedi for you to include in your Galactic Republic squadrons, including the legendary Anakin Skywalker. Though the Delta-7 is specifically designed to work with its pilot’s enhanced reflexes, any Jedi would still welcome the aid of the Calibrated Laser Targeting modification to add even more damage potential to their primary attacks. Furthermore, the miniature included in this expansion features an alternate paint scheme to the ships included in the Guardians of the Republic Squadron Pack, here evoking the starfighter flown by none other than Anakin Skywalker. We’ll take a look at everything included in the Delta-7 Aethersprite Expansion Pack, including all of its upgrade cards, in a future preview! Upgraded Controls When these expansion are released in the first quarter of 2019, the Galactic Republic and Separatist Alliance will enter X-Wing as distinct factions with their own options for building your own unique squadrons. You can further indicate the uniqueness of your squadron with the Galactic Republic Maneuver Dial Upgrade Kit and the Separatist Alliance Maneuver Dial Upgrade Kit. During every game of X-Wing, you will secretly select the maneuvers for your ships on cardboard maneuver dials. In each of these maneuver dial upgrade kits, you’ll find three plastic protectors that enclose these maneuver dials in a secure housing, enhancing the aesthetics of your squadron and declaring your allegiance to the Republic or your independence from it. Not only does every dial clearly indicate the faction of your choice, they also include a space on the back to insert one of the dial ID tokens included in these expansions. Each dial ID token displays the silhouette of the corresponding ship, making it even easier to differentiate between your ships. Z-95-AF4 Headhunter Expansion Widely produced across the galaxy, the reliable, easy-to-acquire Z-95-AF4 Headhunter has become integral to numerous criminal cartel fleets—from large operations like Black Sun to small-time raiders like the Binayre Pirates. When outfitted with missiles and other illicit technologies, a single Z-95-AF4 can be a danger, but a swarm can be devastating to anyone unprepared to face it. Now, you have the chance to continue growing your Scum and Villainy squadrons. The Z-95-AF4 Headhunter Expansion Pack includes everything you need to add one Z-95-AF4 Headhunter ship to your squadron, including a miniature with a stunning new paint scheme, four ship cards, five upgrade cards, and a handful of tokens. All the ship and upgrade cards included in this expansion pack are also included in the Scum and Villainy Conversion Kit! TIE/sk Striker Expansion Screaming through the atmosphere on nimble ailerons, the TIE/sk striker is a unique starfighter designed to excel at both air and space assaults. Its atmospheric capabilities give it unique and flexible movement patterns that can surprise even veteran opponents, as its heavy firepower lets it wear down nearly any foe. With the TIE/sk Striker Expansion Pack, you have a new option for rounding out your Imperial squadrons. In addition to the fully assembled, pre-painted TIE/sk striker miniature, five pilots stand ready to swoop into battle and protect the Empire, while five upgrade cards give you the chance to further customize your squadron. In addition to this expansion pack, the ship and upgrade cards in this expansion can also be found in the Galactic Empire Conversion Kit. The War Has Begun The battles of X-Wing are entering a new era of the Star Wars saga as the Separatist Alliance threatens the sovereignty of the Galactic Republic. With these expansions, you have everything you need to launch your squadrons into the Clone Wars. Look for the third wave of X-Wing expansions at your local retailer in the first quarter of 2019. You can pre-order your copies of these expansions at your local retailer or online through our websitehere!
  11. InfestedKerrigan


    Yes, yes, let the resin flow...
  12. InfestedKerrigan

    Blackstone Fortress

    But never IP infringement, only "nods to the greats" My ass
  13. InfestedKerrigan

    Blackstone Fortress

    It's elementary, my dear panther. From a certain point of view.
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    Blackstone Fortress

    Obiwan carried crack for the heretics.
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    Blackstone Fortress

    Is the 1/4char, 2/2char, 4/1char a normal thing for WHQ?