In other articles, I have written about a way to approach the pregame: Turn 0, to identify target priorities; thinking about plan blue and plan red, deployment and obstacles are in every battle report.I've also touched on principles and examples for your after-action-review. Every training is only as good as the lessons you draw from … Continue reading WRAM
This short post is to help estimating bullseye arcs a bit better. Maybe you play a T-70 and want to close the S-foils, maybe you are enamored with proton rockets on an A-Wing, or maybe you like Nantex and the upcoming ETA-2 interceptor who both rely a lot on their special bullseye arc. There are … Continue reading Judging the bullseye
There are some standard problems in X-Wing that can be seen again and again. Turning a swarm while maintaining a broad front is one. I've seen this one on a recorded game and it got me wondering how to continue without making range control easy for an opponent.Moving in close formation is often unnecessary. But … Continue reading Intermediate Maneuvers: return banked ships into a close formation
Today I want to talk about three related concepts. I believe that these particular lenses can be very useful to tackle events, choose lists, look at the strengths and weaknesses of your own and an opponent’s list; to understand and to exploit or mitigate the identified weaknesses; and for playing to your own strengths and … Continue reading Tricks, Tactics, or Strategy?