The Collective OP2: The Battle for Wolf 359 @ Escape Games (29-03-2015)

Final Standings after 3 rounds of hard fought Star trek Attack Wing.

Final Standings after 3 rounds of hard fought Star trek Attack Wing.

Score on the board after Round 1.

Score on the board after Round 1.

Scores from Round 2.

Scores from Round 2.

Going into round 3 all players had everything to play for.  It was either Tris using my Keldons or Orky Dan with his Dominion for 1st place.  Orky Dan takes it.

Going into round 3 all players had everything to play for. It was either Tris using my Keldons or Orky Dan with his Dominion for 1st place. Orky Dan takes it.

Today in conjunction with Young’s Hobbies we ran the Star Trek Attack Wing: The Collective OP2 event “The Battle for Wolf 359” at Escape Games. Both Hairy Gamers participated. We both placed top 3, Hairy Gamer Tris 2nd and me 3rd. Our builds were as follows:-

Tris’ borrowed Triple Keldons:-

Resource: Fleet Captain Independent (Klingon) (5)

Cardassian Keldon Class (24)
Gul Dukat (5)
FleetCaptain (0)
Unnecessary Bloodshed (0)
Boheeka (1)
Ship SP: 30

Cardassian Keldon Class (24)
Gul Danar (2)
Amat’Igan (2)
Ship SP: 28

Cardassian Keldon Class (24)
Luaran (2)
Seskal (1)
Ship SP: 27

Blind Booster: Gavroche (22)
Michael Eddington (4)
Lon Suder (2)
Sakonna (2)
Ship SP: 30

Total Fleet: 120pts

Jase’s Fed/Borg Officer Exchange:-

Resource: Officer Exchange Program (Federation) (0)

Borg Sphere (38)
Jean-Luc Picard (5)
Elizabeth Shelby (2)
Ship SP: 45

Queen Vessel Prime (42)
Mr. Spock (3)
Ship SP: 47

Blind Booster: Gavroche (22)
Michael Eddington (4)
Lon Suder (2)
Sakonna (2)
Ship SP: 30

Total Fleet: 120pts

All in all a good day was had and congratulations to Daniel Thomas who won and Ashton Batchelor (who picked up the Fellowship award). A good showing for my builds as they placed 2 and 3. Onwards and upwards onto The Collective OP3 “The Battle of Sector 001”.

We couldn’t get any pictures at all as we were both playing and we never got the chance.  The games were frantic and played at quite a pace when players weren’t intentionally slowing the pace and not getting their own way.

Some snarky comments were made about how “the only reason some players win is because they have all the cards and can therefore pick from better available ships and upgrades!”……erm no actually.  I volunteer at that store and despite paying exactly the same as every other player to play I never take a prize and in fact donated my prize from OP1 to another player.  Also every card I played today was commercially available and was owned by at least two other players at that event.

Resistance is Futile…except to Nigel Thomas’ Borg who narrowly defeated me.  LOL

Jase

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