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Blast From The Past Part 1

I’ve been writing on the internet for a long time now, and one of my concerns is that some of that writing would get lost and gamers wouldn’t benefit from it.  I played the Star Wars Miniatures Game for four years solid before it went belly up when petroleum got hyper expensive.  I was very active in the game, posting on the official Wizards message board as “klecser”, doing the Strategy Showcase articles and judging a National Tournament at Gen Con 2009.

The three articles linked below are a series that I did for Atlanta Star Wars Gamers.  They use Star Wars Miniatures as the example.  Some of it won’t be relevant to current gamers, but I think they are worth linking to as general resources for construction strategies in any constructible game.  You can apply similar construction rules to many games.  Plus, you get to see me in my panda hat.  Win, win.

Part 1:


Part 2:


Part 3:


Or, Chuck was nice enough to PDF all three of them together in one document:


X-Men: Days of Future Past today!  I’ll report out what I think.