It’s about time I wrote part two of my next troop review. Wow this took a long time. As I said in my last post life has been very busy and after a long work day it is sometimes hard to find the motivation to hobby. At any rate I’m back and here is my next troop review. This is part two of the Maakrep Tracker. You can find part one here.
I played my first game in the campaign of Strikezone: Wotan on Thursday night. It was a blast. I played against one of my friends. It was a close game until the very end. It’s always a pleasure to play against friends. The best moment of the fight was Al-Djabel against an Umbra Samaritan and a Rodok duking it out. Al-Djabel got eaten alive literally thanks to the Protheion skill.
Here is the link to my battle report on the Strikezone: Wotan campaign site.
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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I was under the impression that each factions starter boxes came with an HI troop. In the absence of an HI, I will review the Maakrep Tracker. He is the MI trooper and available in both vanilla and the Onyx force. Let’s asses this guy and determine if he’s worth taking. A friend of mine mentioned that this was not the vanilla starter box as I previously thought. At any rate today’s review will be of the Maakrep Tracker from the Onyx Force starter pack.