|Not your standard tournament game.|
So Dylan got an A- and B-wing, the B-wing being his favourite fighter, and Chloe got a TIE Interceptor and Tie Advanced aka Darth Vader's fighter.
|It's tricky manoeuvering your fighters when the table is this full.|
Then they got to unpack everything and we ended up with sixteen ships on the table: six Rebel Alliance and Resistance fighters versus ten Imperial and First Order ships. No attempt was made to balance the forces using the points system, all we did was not have any cards in play. So all the fighters were pretty vanilla, and you know what, it was one of the best games of X-wing I have had the pleasure of playing.
|I was the Mistress of the TIE fighter formation flying team.|
Final outcome was a win for the Rebels/Resistance who only had to fly off the other-side of the table from where they entered, but the Imperials destroyed the fleeing B-wing.
On reflection, should have made the B-wing something the Rebels/Resistance had to protect, as it would have made for a more balanced game. But apart from that the rules were up to the job of running a game without it becoming a slog or slowing down, though adding cards might have slowed down the turns, depending on what was chosen.
|Fun was had.|