I’m too lazy to do the whole magnet thing, but for those who want to be able to rotate their b-wings, here’s how (I will, however, be chopping and refitting mine though).
I recently discovered — and fell in love with — Fantasy Flight‘s new Star Wars X-wing Miniatures Game. I discovered the game via Wil Wheaton’s YouTube show, Tabletop. The game is absolutely fantastic, and all the gaming stores in my city have been having trouble keeping the game and the expansion sets stocked. It’s easy to learn, fast to play, has tactical depth, and uses absolutely awesome miniatures!
I can’t say enough about how good this game is. The only downside is that it’s expensive. The core game costs $40 and you get one X-wing and two TIE Fighters with it. Each additional fighter (X-Wing, Y-Wing, TIE Fighter, TIE Interceptor, etc.) is $15, and the larger ships (Millennium Falcon, Slave I, etc.) are $30. To get enough miniatures to play a full, 100-point game (that’s a game where each side fields 100-points worth of ships; the different…
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