Way of the Heroes: Character Overview

Ezra Bridger – Aspiring Jedi Ezra Bridger is perfectly fine for his point cost. Most low-cost characters aren’t particularly inspiring, but Ezra fits into a position that makes him universally useful for crafting 3-character suites. His die leaves...

Paying the Pryce of Success

Alternate titles included: Paying the Iron Pryce, The Pryce is Right, The Pryce of Rent (is too damn high), and Pay the Pryce. Options for legitimate decks has never been quite so open with the release of Way of the Force, and it’s oftentimes hard to see the...

Meta Quick Hit: Balance of the Force

FFG just released a new Holocron update and while a couple of the changes might not come as a surprise, there is an early Christmas gift that could shake up Way of the Force deck building in at least one of these changes. All three updates were related to the Balance...

Way of the Villains: Character Overview

In my previous article about deck building and play testing with a new set, I mention that one of the most consistent meta developments when new cards come out is that the character suites from the previous metagame almost never stay on the top. So today’s going...

The Fringe Meta Strikes Back

With the Legacies meta coming to a close, I thought it was time to reflect on some decks that made the game fun during the time period. I’m not talking about the top tier decks that everyone knows. I’m talking about the fringe decks that hang around and toe the line...

Product Legality and Release Schedule

  Cycle Product Stanard Trilogy Awakenings Includes all products released in a black box Rotates with the release of the 3rd Base Set Awakenings 11/18/2016 x Kylo Ren Starter 11/18/2016 x Rey Starter 11/18/2016 x Spirit of Rebellion 5/4/2017 x Empire at  War...

Seattle Galactic Qualifier Tournament Report

Last week the Cascade Games Tabletop Weekend was held in downtown Seattle, WA. After missing the Galactic Qualifier that was in Seattle last March, I was excited to finally be able to play for the elusive spot glass cards. The following is a recap of my experience...