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 Post subject: Re: Weekly Fools 3.20
PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 11:57 pm 
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The bodyguard and Palps I've both used a number of times. My most memorable Twi'Lek BG use didn't even involve the BG ability. I had one on either side of my most important piece in a game and for some reason I can't remember rather than just attack the Twi'Lek's to get rid of them he had his 2 pieces (1 on each side) each give up an AoO to the Twi'Lek on its side to get next to my big target. Both Twi'Lek's critted thier AoO killing both his minor attackers.

Vader Unleashed is nearing the top of my "FU stuff I really want to try" list. So far I've managed Boba, Luke Pilot, Obi Unleashed, and Loda. I'm already set to play a Thrawn BS1/AT-ST swap squad for my next 200 point game so I'm not sure when I'll get around to trying Vader.

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Glad to see a new Weekly Fool. I enjoy your analysis.

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