Saturday 28th February: Star Wars and Death Angel   Leave a comment

We played the next instalment in our campaign (see below).  Gaarkhan  purchased a new Ax and the Heroes set off to aid Mak Eshka Ray in his revenge in the Loose Cannon Scenario.  Upon entering the Imperial complex Mak leapt into the empty AT and began to wreak havoc.  Though the Imperials were able to wound both his comrades he proved to be invulnerable in the AT.  With all the Stormtroopers and Guards defeated the players gained Victory, claiming Mak Eshka Ray’s special Shadow Suit combat armour and a few credits.

Death Angel:  We tried this out for the first time and made it to the last room relatively unscathed only to realise we were completely overwhelmed and outmatched with no chance of victory at all!


Posted March 1, 2015 by wargamesdiary in Boardgames

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