Over the weekend my local Vancouver WA crew drove north to Tacoma WA to Terracrux games. This shop is new to infinity so we went to support them. We brought 7 people to their tournament. The locals were pretty new to the game. We also had a good turn out from the Seattle crew. There was even a Vancouver Canada guy that showed up. In all we had 24 players in the 3 round ITS tournament. We brought 7 tables total to help out, but only ended up using 3 of them. The Seattle guys also brought some tables down.
Part 2 Fireteams on Infinity Skills and Equipment series is available. In this part I go over the perks associated with fireteams of 4 and 5 memebers. I also go over how to deal with close combat when in a fireteam. If by chance you missed the first episode it can be found here.
Skills and Equipment is a web series I created to help clarify the rules and start a conversation about strategies. Let’s get the conversation started and work together to come up with the best ideas about fireteams.
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I’m back with my next battle report. This week I played against George from Fate and Fury Games. We played the mission Deadly dance and it was a blast. It was my first time fielding a TAG and also my first time playing this mission. George is a great opponent.
Before watching you should know some of the history of my games against George. We’ve played only twice before this and on our first match back in N2 rules I possessed his TAG and proceeded to table him. On our second match almost two years later I won again. I was playing Haqqislam and a well placed Fiday proved to be too much trouble for him. It was a close match, but I won. Now we are back with our third encounter and it was a great game.
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After a number of days of editing it is finally here. This is my first battle report video and I learned a ton of do’s and don’t’s for the future. Joe from Fate and Fury Games was my opponent. He fielded the same list he took to Rumble on Route 66 a few weeks ago. In the next battle report that I make I will try a few different recording options in order to make it easier to edit and also easier to watch and follow. Thank you so much for watching. Remember you can also find me on Facebook and Twitter.
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Comm Center is a fun game type that focuses on capturing points, but rewards killing specialists more than taking objectives. I played against my old faction Hassassin Bahram. They forever hold a special place in my heart. It was interesting playing against them as a different faction myself. We played the mission Comm Center. The objective is to both hold more objectives than your opponent and also kill more specialists.
I feel better about this game than I did with my previous ones. Although I made some mistakes in the game I did better than I had before. I made a huge mistake in my second turn and it cost me dearly, but I was able to end on a tie, but a loss to victory points. The scenario was Seize the Antenna and it was a blast. Pete was my opponent today and he is a worthy foe. Continue reading →