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 Post subject: My new favorite squad
PostPosted: Fri Aug 29, 2008 4:26 pm 
Imperial Dignitaries
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--Scoundrels Luck--
23 General Wedge Antilles
13 Czerka Scientist
48 Human Scoundrel x4
9 General Dodonna
6 Ugnaught Demolitionist x2
(99pts. 9 activations)

This has to be the all time most fun squad to play. Each Scoundrel has Evade, Mobile Attack, Twin Attack and Opportunist 20. Combine this with Dodonna allowing you to move them last and you get 4 characters that attack (twice!) at a +9 for 30 damage a pop. Mobile keeps them outta sight and Evade gives em a chance of avoiding a blow or two.

I played this for the first time agains punxnbutter at managed to squeeze a victory. He played Malak and Kreia with a few uggos. Map was RotS and I got the left side. He started with a cloak on Kreia and began to advance aggressively. By the time Kreia was on my side of the map, Malak was toasted. The 8, +9 for 30 damage a pop shots are a lot to handle and Malak couldn't quite do it. Once Kreia got into base with Wedge I thought it was over for me. The 10 HP and no evade is devastating for the scoundrels. Wedge made 2 avoid defeat saves and it came down to the last of my scoundrels hitting 1 of his 2 attacks. Was an awesome game.

Whadd'ya think? Tier one? HELL NAH! Tier FUN? HELL YEAH!

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