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Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 2: Justin Lindsay (Scum and Villainy) vs Nébal (Scum and Villainy)

Publié le par Nébal

 

Rogue Outpost Weekly League, season 2, round 2! And a new battle report in English. Of course, I’m French, so I’m genetically designed to speak and write an awful English… Please be kind!

 

This league, run by the Rogue Outpost from the UK, is a casual competition with a fun twist: for each round there are specific list building rules. There they are:

  • Round 1: your list must include one I6 pilot and at least four generic pilots.
  • Round 2: your list must include at least three separate torpedo upgrades.
  • Round 3: your list must be Hyperspace format.
  • Round 4: your list must include only I3 and I4 pilots.
  • Round 5: your list must only be comprised of pilots with even numbered agility and even numbered initiative.
  • Round 6: using the YASB “Multi-faction” option, your list must include ships from at least two factions.

I really like this kind of tournaments that compel players, most of the time, to be creative and not rely on the current meta, which can be quite boring after some time.

 

For this second round, therefore, lists must include at least three torpedo upgrades, “separate” here meaning that they must be put on at least three different ships, but they could be of the same type.

 

And I have been paired with Justin Lindsay, a very nice player from the state of Washington, USA, who brought the following Scum and Villainy list:

 

YV-666 Light Freighter•Bossk – 73

•Bossk – Fearsome Hunter (60)

•4-LOM (2)

•Zuckuss (2)

•Greedo (1)

Contraband Cybernetics (3)

Electronic Baffle (2)

Crack Shot (1)

 

StarViper-class Attack Platform – Black Sun Enforcer – 49

Black Sun Enforcer (45)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

StarViper-class Attack Platform – Black Sun Enforcer – 49

Black Sun Enforcer (45)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 29

Cartel Spacer (25)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

Total: 200/200

 

As for myself, I brought a Scum and Villainy list as well, a M3-A Interceptors swarm (I had never flown that ship before, but it was time I guess, right after my review of the M3-A Interceptor expansion):

 

M3-A Interceptor•Serissu – 55

•Serissu – Flight Instructor (40)

Tractor Beam (4)

Hull Upgrade (7)

Swarm Tactics (4)

 

M3-A Interceptor•Sunny Bounder – 30

•Sunny Bounder – Incurable Optimist (27)

Autoblasters (3)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 29

Cartel Spacer (25)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 29

Cartel Spacer (25)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 29

Cartel Spacer (25)

Ion Torpedoes (4)

 

M3-A InterceptorCartel Spacer – 28

Cartel Spacer (25)

Autoblasters (3)

 

Total: 200/200

 

Now to the game.

 

BEWARE: RIGHT AFTER THIS OMINOUS DARTH VADER PICTURE, I WILL REVEAL HOW THE GAME TURNED OUT. IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS, WATCH THE VIDEO BEFORE READING FURTHER!

 

 

Victory for the Scum and Villainy! Well, I mean, my Scum and Villainy… 164-44! Well played, Justin, and thank you for the game! I wish you the best of luck for the remainder of the tournament!

 

So I’m 2-0 now… We’ll see what happens next week. Hyperspace format… It’s been a while since I’ve played Hyperspace, but that leaves room for some options, although not that many. I don’t know what I’ll play yet… See you soon anyway!

 

 

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Et à bientôt...

 

 

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