Just wondering if there are any UK players out there?
I live not far from The Games Shop in Aldershot, Hampshire – so that might be a good place to set up some games. Also happy to travel to London if that’s a more likely place to meet fellow players?
I'm in Scotland, just outside Glasgow.
In our Great Metropolis most of the streets are paved. Yeah, and we've got snipers and nukes in the hills so watch it.
Thanks guys. It would be great if this game became popular enough to have tournaments etc in the UK. I'm new to FFG so let me know if there are any UK online communitys I should be checking out.
Edinburgh here. We have a regular LCG night on a Monday in the Edinburgh Games Hub and often meet up at weekends too.
Main focus is AGOT and Netrunner, but we all bought Star Wars which is proving to be an enjoyable foil to the more serious AGOT and NR play.
I'm really enjoying playing SW but it *is* a bit silly - we use it as a side game / bit of relief between games of the other LCGs.
I just picked this game up this weekend and I live in Portsmouth/Southsea. I'm pretty new to LCG and FFG. Osiris - where do the three of you play?
Myself here in Nottingham. Playing both the card game and x-wing.
Thousands of Tie Fighters on the first Death Star, a small group of 30 snub fighters attack,Tarkin only allows one squadron out (would you say no to Vader). No wonder the Rebels are winning.
"I just picked this game up this weekend and I live in Portsmouth/Southsea. I'm pretty new to LCG and FFG. Osiris - where do the three of you play"
Hey dude, usually at my apartment (as we are all mtg players of old), but I am going to approach marshall from Southsea Models and games to see if he is interested in running it alongside his fnm in the shop
'Light up the dark'
The Finchley Games Club in north London plays this - and many other games - every Thursday night. Drinks available! See their website. Cheers!
There are a couple of us here in Leicester, but we only cracked the box open yesterday so it might take a few more games to properly figure out what we're doing.