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Friday, October 23, 2015

Completed the Campaign Map for my Star Wars Armada game.  I am now working on an Imperial, and Rebel Sector Briefing.  Each will contain the details known by the side regarding the sectors various Major and Minor Planets, and will have a list of missions that the fleet commands want accomplished.

Ships will move at different speeds on the Major, and Minor Hyperspace Routes.  Ship can move through spaces with no hyperspace route but do so at reduced speed.

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Campaign Map for Star Wars Armada

I've been putting together a campaign map for Star Wars Armada.  It's based on the Ringalli Shell Map from WEG's Star Wars RPG Module THE FAR ORBIT PROJECT.

Here is the original map:

And here is the expanded version I am working on for the campaign:

You can click on them to see larger versions.  This is still a work in progress.  I need to add more minor planets and minor hyperspace routes.

Saturday, April 4, 2015

Since Star Wars Armada came out, my group has been playing the game, and we now have several 300 point games under our belts.  With only the Core Set out, there are limited fleet building options for ships. The Imperials have the Victory I and Victory II Class Star Destroyers.  The Rebels have the CR90 Corellian Corvette (A and B Models), and the Nebulon-B Frigate (Escort and Support Models).

 This will change when the Wave 1 Expansions come out later this summer.  Until then I am going to post Imperial versions of the CR90 Corellian Corvette and Nebulon-B Frigate that were used in the Star Wars EU (Exapnded Universe),  There has been a lot of discussion regarding these ships on FFG's Forums, and many believe that FFG will not release them for the Empire as that would confuse casual fans that are not familiar with the EU.

But since my players are familiar with the EU, and would like to see these ships, here are my Fan Made examples of those two ships:

The Cards should be printed at 87% of their size to be the same size as the originals.  At least that is how it works on my HP Laser Printer.