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Recent Card Discussion
Out of Their Element
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Dec 15 2017 10:51 PM by RoyalAegis

Jedi have a serious resource problem and it's a shame that THIS was the pod that got a 1/1 (then again the text on it could be pretty harmful).

Out of Their Element
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Dec 15 2017 05:51 AM by TheNameWasTaken

It would be if it had any good units.

Out of Their Element
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Dec 15 2017 01:19 AM by MarioFanaticXV
So now with the heavy reliance on cross-faction decks, is this set more viable?
Home One
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Dec 10 2017 04:18 PM by MasterJediAdam
Each strike is different. You resolve the first strike, and it only takes 1 to destroy it. You then trigger the reaction to deal blast again, not equal to the damage dealt, but the combat icons it has.
Home One
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Dec 10 2017 12:27 AM by Zarbarian
Question my friend and I had. Here is the scenario: Home won has the edge and focuses to strike. It deals 2 damage to an objective that has 1 damage capacity remaining. Does that mean the reaction only gives another objective 1 damage because it only was able to deal 1 damage (as the second was not dealt or resolved) or does it deal two damage because that is the number of damage it initiated to give when focused (resolved)?
Signal Scrambler
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Dec 05 2017 05:03 PM by perichoresis31

GodotIsWaithing4U and BobaFett are right on track about this particular enhancement. It can really help, but it could end up hurting you. Running NMFAGB will give you flexibility with Chewie's black gun option. 

One new Sith card to watch is "Nightfall." This event will have interesting interactions with signal scrambler, esp. combined in a force hunters' deck with plenty of Echoes. 

Signal Scrambler
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Dec 01 2017 04:32 PM by jdk5143
It doesn't affect non-unit contribution. It's only referring to the change in how units contribute their force icons.
Signal Scrambler
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Dec 01 2017 03:58 PM by sdrewthomson

I assume this card doesn't affect the ability of cards like Yoda's Hut and the 181st TIE Interceptor to contribute their force icons to the force struggle?

Millennium Falcon
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Nov 28 2017 08:42 AM by metlfan
Cool thanks, that's what I thought just wanted to make sure
Millennium Falcon
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Nov 28 2017 05:00 AM by dbmeboy

Worth noting that while you *can* bounce the Falcon after the edge battle, you *can't* bounce the Falcon "after edge stacks are revealed."  If your opponent flips 3x Heat of Battle, those will all resolve before the action window to use the Falcon.

 

Also worth noting that in each action window, the first action goes to the player whose turn it is.  This can often be relevant.

Millennium Falcon
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Nov 28 2017 03:47 AM by Thaliak

Yes. You can bounce the Falcon during any action window. During engagements, there is an action window after attackers are declared, after defenders are declared (before the edge battle), after the edge battle, and after each strike. So if you lose the edge battle, you can send the Falcon home before the enemy gets the chance to strike using the post-edge action window. If you win, you can strike, then bounce the Falcon home using the post-strike action window.

Millennium Falcon
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Nov 28 2017 03:12 AM by metlfan

Can you strike then bounce or do you have to wait until your opponent completes their strike before you can bounce? Also let's say you lose edge can you bounce it after edge stacks are revealed?

IG-88B
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Nov 15 2017 11:17 PM by IAmBatman

At first it felt like a typo (with old man's eyes it really looks like its written IG-888) 

 

Then I read it correctly and I remembered that there was four of them. Maybe one day we will have 4 IG-88 pods :D

Looks like you were right ;)

IG-88B
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Nov 15 2017 03:19 PM by perichoresis31

K4 in this set cleans up. IG-88B pings exhausted Solidarity Home One, pulling it into combat. K4 does a damage with its text, and then with its extra gun from IG-88B, finishes Home One off. 4 health mains are not safe. 

IG-88B
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Nov 14 2017 08:39 PM by Rio
Yes. It's what you do. :)
IG-88B
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Nov 14 2017 08:12 PM by Miximus2
I just noticed this reaction doesnt have 'if able' in it. Does that mean you can pull exhausted units into the engagement?
Force Illusion
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Nov 12 2017 11:08 PM by perichoresis31

Very True. 

There's not very much to counter those guys. 

Force Illusion
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Nov 11 2017 11:20 PM by TheNameWasTaken

And if your lone attacker is Moldy Crow... 

 

Corrupt officials still laugh at you.

Force Illusion
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Nov 11 2017 10:03 PM by perichoresis31

And if your lone attacker is Moldy Crow... 

Clever Distraction
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Nov 11 2017 04:01 AM by RoyalAegis

That's a fair comparison, but nonetheless the ability to take a unit out of the Conflict phase shouldn't be understated. Mono-Navy decks have seen a significant decline since the introduction of the new affiliation cards so this card can see a lot of mileage and I imagine this pod will see a lot more play than Core Obi as well. 



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