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 Post subject: Atlanta Regional Winner "PloBuck"
PostPosted: Sun May 23, 2010 8:18 pm 
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Here's my regional winning squad in atlanta.

51 Yoda on Kybuck
40 Plo Koon Jedi Master
33 Captain Rex
27 Lobot
23 Captain Panaka
9 Doombot
8 Mas Ameda
3 Rodian Brute
x2 Uggies.

Vs Nr (Human BG, 3 uggies)
Vs Override (x2 R7's, Brute)
Vs Gowk or GMLS (Wicket, r4, Brute)

Went 6-1 in Atlanta and beat the squad i lost to in the final match. Squad Plays with Yoda/Rex doing most of the work. Plo is a Amazing tie down piece if they move they eat 40 damage his alter also saved me from taking 3 crits all day.

Plo is meta, believe it, even if you dont use his commander effect.

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 Post subject: Re: Atlanta Regional Winner "PloBuck"
PostPosted: Tue May 25, 2010 1:33 pm 
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weeks wrote:
Plo is meta, believe it, even if you dont use his commander effect.


you mean Plo is T1. I don't think i will ever build a squad thinking "hmm what if i come up against plo kloon". I'll build for Yobuck/panaka, not Plo.
However, he is obviously a very good beat for your squad, well done.

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