With Worlds in the rearviewmirror, I’m eager to get back into more casual Star Wars Destiny play. Is there such a thing as a good villain droids deck? I certainly try to find out, using 4-LOM as my muse. I also break down some Legacies sealed games that Greg and I recently played having dusted off our Rivals draft kit. (Lobot lives!)
Before any of that, however, I talk about a really cool Christmas Charity Tournament I’m hosting along with Trey from Kingwood Hobbies. It features a white elephant gift exchange of Dealer’s Choice Decks that Trey will put together. So come join us in Kingwood, TX, on Saturday, December 14th for the casual fun while helping us raise money to be donated to a local chapter of Toys-for-Tots.
This episode’s AKA: Super Battle Jank
Christmas Charity Tournament
You can learn more about the White Elephant Sealed Deck Christmas Charity Tournament in Kingwood on December 14th here, or register for the event on the Kingwood Hobbies website. $12 from every entry is being donated to Toys-For-Tots!
I’m planning on giving away a few of the monochromatic cards I brought back from Worlds over the next few episodes. First up: this awesome General Grievous card! Listen at the very end of the episode (after the music outro) for details on how to enter. Winner will be randomly drawn on Thursday, October 31.
This episode’s Booster Pack
I’ll be opening a brand new booster each episode and discussing the cards inside. Here’s this episode’s pull, from a booster pack of Spark of Hope that was generously provided by Gameshop of Destiny. You can save 15% off your order of Destiny singles using promo “jank15”!
How’s this for a blue pack? Four out of five cards are blue, including the rare – Sacred Jedi Texts. It’s got two blanks and two modified sides, but it also allows you to move it between apprentice and jedi characters in a given turn. I suppose it’s appropriate then that I’m giving away Ahsoka Tano this week. Thank you Gameshop of Destiny!
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