von BK-Thorsten | 13.05.2022 | eingestellt unter: Star Wars

Star Wars Legion: Neue Preview

Atomic Mass Games gewähren in einer weiteren Preview neue Einblicke in die Syndikatsbosse.

„We do not accept bad deals.”
–Pyke, Star Wars™: The Bad Batch

To be a leader in one of the major crime syndicates is no easy task. These feared commanders oversee groups of soldiers in support of their respective criminal operations and are responsible for the expansion of their faction’s holdings. Often involved in schemes of their own, a constant struggle for control of their trade ensures these enterprising individuals are always looking for a leg up on the competition. The aspirants that ascend to these ranks are ruthless, calculating, and cruel. Skilled at their craft, only the best survive long enough to earn the title of Capo or Vigo. Join us in this installment of Scene to Stats, as we explore the Black Sun Vigo and Pyke Syndicate Capo in Star Wars™: Legion!

Vigo

Each of these Commanders contains a blend of new keywords alongside a splash of familiar ones. Both the Vigo and Capo have Aid, which allows them to give an aim, dodge, or surge token to a friendly mercenary unit from the same affiliation instead of receiving the token themselves. They also both make use of Independent to support their forces. This combination of keywords allows each leader to assist their allies and boost either their offensive or defensive capabilities by gaining a token at the start of the Activation phase and then immediately passing them to friendly units!

Capo

Additionally, the Black Sun Vigo and Pyke Syndicate Capo emulate the Corps they lead with the inclusion of Dauntless and Danger Sense 2 respectively. The weapons they carry are also similar to their troops, albeit with increased lethality. Finally, the Vigo and Capo can equip Lead By Example, a new command upgrade that gives the unit Inspire 2. This suite of abilities and keywords ensures your mercenary forces will be well suited to complete any task they are assigned.

Lead+By+Example

The Black Sun Vigo and Pyke Syndicate Capo also give you access to three new command cards to protect the interests of their respective syndicates. These cards all focus on ordering Mercenary units. The first card, Discretion, rewards players for sacrificing order control in lieu of handing out Dodge tokens to friendly mercenary units. Similarly, Aggression allows you to give out aim tokens if you give out fewer orders. Finally, Ploy allows you to choose an order token and save it for when you need it most. With these cards at their disposal, the Black Sun Vigo and Pyke Syndicate Capo are well equipped to lead their mercenary forces.

Command+Cards

That’s all for our first look at the Pyke Syndicate Capo and Black Sun Vigo. Be sure to check back for yet another installment of Scene to Stats, the series where we give you your first look at how your favorite characters transition to the tabletop in Star Wars: Legion. Pre-order your own copy of the Shadow Collective Starter Set, Black Sun Enforcers Unit Expansion, and the Pyke Syndicate Foot Soldiers Unit Expansion at your local game store or through our webstore today. Until then, Atomic Mass Transmissions, signing off!

Quelle: Atomic Mass Games

BK-Thorsten

Brückenkopf-Online Redakteur und Tabletop Insider stv. Chefredakteur. Spielt Infinity, SAGA, Freebooter's Fate, Kings of War, Warhammer 40k, Warzone Resurrection, Dropzone Commander, Deadzone, Dreadball, X-Wing, Konflikt '47, Bolt Action, Dead Man's Hand, Dracula's America, Beyond the Gates of Antares, Dropfleet Commander, Frostgrave, Collision, Bushido, Shadespire, Aristeia! und Warpath.

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Kommentare

  • Ich finde es interessant das gar keine Kommentare kommen, bei den black sun enforcern hat es keinen interessiert, ich hätten gerne Jabbas Palast und die aus dem Kinofilme bekannten Charakter weitergeführt.

    • Ich glaube, nach dem Clusterf…, der Boba Fett – Die Serie in weiten Teilen war, haben es diese Einheiten sehr schwer, viele Fans zu gewinnen. Söldner, Sandleute und sogar Ewoks werden bzw. würden es da sehr viel einfacher haben.

  • Ich bin mir ehrlicherweise noch nicht ganz so einig, was ich von der neuen Fraktion und deren Optionen halten soll. Der „neue“ Maul macht als Agent in einer kleineren Imperiumsarmee sicher viel Laune. Inwiefern sich die neuen Einheiten in meine Armeekonzepte einfügen muss ich mir aber noch ansehen. Fakt ist das mit die Modelle der Black Sun nicht so gefallen rein optisch.

    • Nur das wird nicht funktionieren. Nach allem was bisher bekannt ist wird ShadowMaul ausschließlich in einer Schattensyndikats-Liste spielbar sein. Würde mich sehr wundern wenn der mit irgendwas anderem als Söldnern (*oder Einheiten die als Söldner deklariert werden) kombiniert werden darf.

      • hmm stimmt. Bis vor wenigen Tagen hatte LegionHQ den noch für Empire im Agenten Roster, jetzt fehlt er. Nun gut spart mir Geld 🙂

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