Everyone’s favorite doomed indie-rock band is now on the shelves, so the guys chat about how to use them (and why John only listens to their earlier stuff.) We also break down the new rules changes and celebrate our 1 year/ 50 episode anniversary!
Listen after the jump: http://legionoutriders.libsyn.com/episode-50-jyn-and-the-pathfinders
Over the past few weeks we’ve gotten a wealth of future drops. Below are some speculated dates of when we should be seeing these drops dropping on store shelves. I should state that these dates are my speculation only and nothing official.
Jyn Erso & the Pathfinders: Feb 21st
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If you can’t view the above video try this: https://youtu.be/XAv6F01kisE
Jyn is our Stardust. Reluctant rebel, but dedicated to the cause and the greater good – and the chances of her using that blaster against you are high. In Star Wars: Legion Jyn is the fourth commander and first commander not from the original trilogy and she brings a whole new set of tricks to the way the Rebels play.
Base Unit Summary: (commander)
Damage Output – Ranged: Below Average: 2.125* see upgrades below
Damage Consistency Ranged: Above Average: surge to crit, Pierce 1, Sharpshooter 1
Damage Output – Melee: Below Average: 2.5
Damage Consistency – Melee: Above Average: surge to crit
Damage Resistance: Below Average: 33.4%
Wounds: Average: 6
Attrition: Above Average: 6/figure
Range: Average: 1-3* see upgrades below
Speed: Average: 2
Courage: Above Average: 3
Role: Commander, Control, Objective Focused, Special
Continue reading after the jump: https://www.legionimpact.com/blog/jyn-stardust
Forced to make her own way in the galaxy since her teens, Jyn Erso had little reason to trust anyone until being drawn into the Rebel Alliance by Cassian Andor and the rest of the Rogue One strike team. She found new meaning alongside these new allies, ultimately sacrificing herself to secure the Death Star plans and ensure the survival of the Rebellion.
Continue reading after the jump: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2019/2/5/rebel-with-a-cause/
Leigh Kade of BleedingCool.com posted up a cool article about the so far revealed expansions for next year; respectfully the Specialists, Jyn Erso, and the Pathfinders.
Read their article after the jump: https://www.bleedingcool.com/2018/12/02/incoming-star-wars-legion-getting-rogue-one-reinforcements/
A pair of photos showing box art for a Jyn Erso commander expansion and a Rebel Pathfinders unit expansion was leaked about a week ago. The leaks were met with excitement, and with disbelief. Rogue One content this early in the game’s life cycle? Not possible, some thought. Those images? Easily re-created in Photoshop. Then someone found out that if you were to change a few numerals in a URL on the Fantasy Flight page, you could see the page names for Jyn, the Pathfinders, Orson Krennic and Death Troopers. Then, on Monday, FFG dropped an article previewing Jyn and Pathfinders, making it official.
So, Rogue One is coming to Star Wars: Legion! Amazing! And Jyn Erso, the first commander available from the gritty tale of how the Death Star plans were stolen, looks super exciting. From the wonderful sculpt, to new keywords, to weapon upgrade cards that flip and change modes, this expansion has a lot to offer.
Continue Reading after the jump: https://yavinbase.wordpress.com/2018/11/21/jyn-erso-revealed-first-impressions/
After the Friday’s leak, it’s not surprising that come Monday we got an official announcement.
I don’t know about you, but I’m super excited about these releases. But regardless of how excited I am for these, I cannot wait for the official announcement of my long awaited Death Troopers.
Read FFG’s official announcement after the jump: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2018/11/19/rogue-spirit/
Today we finally get our first, unofficial, look at two future Rebel expansions: Jyn Erso (Commander) and the Pathfinders (Trooper Unit) who are modeled after the Rebel solders from Rogue One.
I’d expect to see Krennic and the loooong awaited Death Troopers leaked/announced soon!
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