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 Post subject: Yularen Sings
PostPosted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 3:41 pm 
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I want to try this at a tournament coming up...what do you think?

Aurra Sing 37
Padme Amidala, Senator 23
Admiral Yularen 21
R2 Doombot 9
Uggie x 2 6
Mouse 3

I chose 2 uggies over 2 mice in the event R2 buys it towing someone into the fray, but I see the value of having 2 mice for Padme's CE. Another consideration would be to swap out Aurra for Boba Enforcer...of course I'd have to change the name. Thoughts?

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In the best situation, you're looking at 80 damage per round out of Aurra. I'm not sure that would be enough. Padme won't hit much either. Even against a power house like Bane, that could be tricky. Hard to say for sure, but I think it would struggle against a lot of other 100 point builds. For instance, how would you handle the typical Rex + 2 JWMs build?

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One important consideration I forgot to mention was that at this venue I'm building for the games are only 35 minutes, because of time constraints the store owner has. Typically shooter squads rule there and melee pieces such as JWM's don't often see play. I was thinking that the survivability of Aurra against GMA pieces and her accurate shot and high attack would outweigh the low damage output. All things considered, I wasn't sold on this squad and you are confirming my misgivings about it. Thanks for your input, Aaron.

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well what kind of squads do you see at this store might help work out a squad.
Well AY can be a shooter so the damage output isnt that bad just dont know if its that great. what about using Gen WL with some mid cost fringe shooters.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 2:15 pm 
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Thanks Jonny...I'm still running 2 ideas through my head. First...an older squad I've used in my group. Yobuck, Rex, R2, Mouse, Gran Raider. Another one would be Rex, the new quad attacking Clone Trooper and R2. Not sure after that what I want in there...leaning towards a czerka for jolt and a targetting droid, then filler. What I don't like about that is the fragility of the trooper. After that I'd look at Rebels but I am a little tired of running Rebels.

(edit) Oh yeah, I don't have WL yet...my VR's are Cad, Yularen, Nahdar Vebb, and Mar Tuuk.

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I know a lot of people dont like 100. I like 100 because I can run my swarms and not worry about that key init most of the time or my big beat dieing. Swarms at 100 are great because they are different most people at 100 play there beats.

here is a 100 that i was thinking about
Rex
501stx4
r2 am
uggie
mouse
I know yodabuck will run through the squad but o well.

what about Rex and the new Anakin or anakin CON.

for Rebels
WWF are fun
WWFx4,Czerka,wicket,Rieekan,uggiex3

I ran this 2 weeks ago
WeWx3,uggiex2,r4,Dash RS its not that great but WEW are fun. I did go 3-0 but we were all playing the lesser factions for the most part.
Matt Peterson played OR Exile and Atton. Others Vong,Sith,me OR,Seps(WL with some 86's and Boba Enforcer),Imp(vader unleashed)

its not that great since if you lose a 501st your attack is only a 8 but its not that bad for 100.


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 02, 2009 3:27 pm 
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Thanks for the ideas Jonny...you've given me some new things to think about.

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