Mikhail and Franch share Worlds stories from their recent trip to Minnesota, but it becomes clear soon enough that the crew wanted to talk more about the recently announced X-Wing 2nd Edition.
It’s been a minute, but the Jedi Trials is back with some Pre-Worlds hype! We dive deep into speculation about what could be announced at the Hyperspace Report on Tuesday. Plus, Mike talks way too much about his favorite restaurant in Minnesota. Let us know what you think!
Those who listen to OCX get the reference, and Stay On Target now owns said reference. We won the right to say so and explain why at the end of the show. But don’t try to skip ahead, because we’ll know and then you’ll be in trouble. Mikhail and Franch speculate about what will show up at World’s in two weeks, but Gordon doesn’t care (because he’s not going). Gordon instead prefers to ponder about the overall state of the competitive game and speculate about X-Wing 2.0.
DHaus has his baby! Andrew Hientz comes on the show to chat with Mike about the Trilogy format. They discuss what impact the new Way of the Force spoilers will have on the format and what makes Trilogy such a fun way to play the game right now. Check it out on this week’s episode!
The new Q1 2018 X-wing kit is being described as a “Stay on Target” tournament. Clearly inspired by our podcast, of course. After all, it’s not like the phrase “Stay on Target” is used elsewhere. You’re welcome, FFG. Michigan Regional semi-finalist Tommy Adams joins Gordon, Mikhail and Franch to discuss his four ship rebel list.
In this week’s episode we honor the great show that has been Star Wars Rebels as the series just ended this week. We take a moment to highlight our favorite cards inspired by Rebels, some Rebels cards that have impacted the competitive meta, and some Rebels-themed cards we’d like to see come to Destiny. Dont’ forget to send us a response to our Question of the Week on our Facebook page as well.
In this week’s episode we hit all the formats: draft, standard, and trilogy! Mike won a draft. DHaus got a Worlds ticket. Can the Jedha Partisan find a place in damage decks? Is mill really a negative play experience? You tell us! Thanks for listening!
On this week’s shorter episode, we discuss Mike’s experience going 5-1 at the first ever Trilogy-format Galactic Qualifier. (Of course he played Jar Jar…). We also talk about a couple drafts DHaus participated in and how Mike’s influence is negatively impacting him. Enjoy the ride!
Dreams do come true! Who cares if it took a different Gordon than the show’s host to climb the mountain top? Suffer with Mikhail and Franch in their dismay, having to listen to Gordon and guest sychophant Camden go on and on about the achievement of his namesake – Gordon Pinkerton – who won the Portland System Open. Oh yeah, and obligatory meta talk — in all its Fenn/Ghost glory.
Gordon and Mikhail think they have the show all to themselves, but Franch crashes the party. Then DHaus of all people shows up to brag about being in another Organized Play promo pic. There’s also talk about the Indy Regional.