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Illionois Nazis. I hate Illinois Nazis. I'm not a fan of Nazis of any type, to be honest, especially those still left over from WWII that run evil organizations that are looking to infiltrate into every aspect of life and take over as some sort of multi-headed mythical creature. Oh look, it's Red Skull. What timing. Let's go punch him in the face. That's what you'll be doing in The Rise of Red Skull, a new expansion for Marvel Champions coming soon from Fantasy Flight.

As everyone knows, all aspects of life have been impacted by the Coronavirus outbreak. Game companies are having to halt production and shipping in some cases due to the situations in various countries. Fantasy Flight has posted an update about what they're doing during this time. Long story short: delayed shipments, especially to certain areas of the world.

For the next couple Star Wars: Legion support units, Fantasy Flight is headed to prequel territory. They've announced that they're working on the Republic AT-RT unit as well as the STAP Riders for Separatists. Have yourselves a look at these two mechanical, fast-moving sets.

While stores and businesses might be temporarily closed, that doesn't mean there's not work going on. Behind the scenes, in living rooms all across the world, industry continues. In this case, it's some new Star Wars: Legion sets. Fantasy Flight has previewed two new Special Forces units that, after all this pandemic stuff finishes up, you'll be able to get for your collections.

So, you've played all your games a couple dozen times and you're looking for something new. Well, why not have both a game you know and a new way to play it? That's what you get here with some new game modes for Marvel Champions from Fantasy Flight.

Since, at the moment, we're not really supposed to be going out all that much, heading down to the LGS might not be the easiest thing to do. Well, if you're looking to get the latest books for the Legend of the Five Rings RPG, you don't have to leave the comfort of your plastic bubble. You can simply download Path of Waves and Sins of Regret from online now.

The Empire has many resources at their disposal. That includes many training facilities where their soldiers can get the best education in tactics and command. And since a commander can very easily change how an entire army works, getting a look into how they operate is vital for success on the battlefield. With that in mind, Fantasy Flight is showing off the new Iden Versio and ID10 Commander Expansion for Star Wars: Legion.

I've mentioned before that I never want to go out into the ocean. Just too much stuff that could be under me that I don't know about. However, I do like the idea of living on the coast. But, to be honest, just because you're on solid ground doesn't mean the denizens of the deep can't get you. At least, that's what I've learned by looking at the new expansion for Arkham Horror that Fantasy Flight has announced. It's called Under Dark Waves.

A new batch of releases are available over at Fantasy Flight. If you're a card-shuffler extraordinaire, you'll want to check it out. They've got the new Thor Hero Pack for Marvel Champions. There's the new Star Wars: Destiny set. And you can also pick up a new Arkham Horror Card Game and Legend of the Five Rings card game sets as well.

The setting of KeyForge is a strange mish-mash of a whole bunch of elements thrown together in one place. There's Martians. There's dinosaurs. There's robots. And there's Mutants. How's a GM to keep it all together? Well, Fantasy Flight is here to help with their Mutant Invasion! set of cards for the Genesys RPG. Help keep everyone sorted out.

An entire army can work differently when under control of a different general. Each one brings something a little different to the battlefield. If you're a Rebel player and you're looking to change things up some, you'll want to be on the lookout for the upcoming Cassian Andor and K-2SO Commander Set that's coming soon for Star Wars: Legion. Have yourselves a look and see if they're the right choice for commander for you.

The Incredible Hulk. He's big. He's mean. He's green. He's a master at smashing. And he's coming soon to Marvel United. You can check out what you'll be playing when this big lug makes his ways to store shelves. So, stock up on purple pants and have yourselves a look.

No matter how much testing a company does for their game, once everything gets out into the wild of the player's hands, things might start to crop up that weren't an issue before. Something doesn't work as intended. People get confused about a rule or interaction. A piece proves to be a bit too powerful compared to others. Whatever happens, it's good that the company looks to fix these issues. And that's what Fantasy Flight is doing here with the new Star Wars: Armada E&C and FAQ that they've posted up. Be sure you're playing the game right!

It's just been a big weekend for releases, it seems. Well, if your wallet can handle even more, Fantasy Flight has new releases for three of their Star Wars games available now. For Legion, there's the Phase II Clone Troopers, B2 Super Battle Droids, and the Saber-Class Fighter Tank. If you're one for Imperial Assault, you can get the new Gray Cap Cantina Raid game mat. Last, but not least, Star Wars RPG players have the new Starships and Speeders book available to them.

Bit of a shuffle going on when it comes to where you can find some of your favorite games. Plaid Hat Games has once more become independant, the deal being negotiated by Colby Dauch to once more take over control of the company. The Asmodee Group retains the rights to different games and has moved them to some of its companies. For example, Dead of Winter is going to Fantasy Flight. Z-Man Games is getting Mice and Mystics, Stuffed Fables, and Aftermath.

The lives of those in Rokugan are heavily affected by the spirits. Both angels and demons will often interfere in the plans of man, and sometimes vice-versa. The Celestial Realms book for the Legend of the Five Rings RPG brings insight into thes other realms of existence. Meanwhile, the Wheel of Judgement in the sky keeps turnin'... I mean, it's a new adventure that involves players in the games and plans that celestials and devils will make.

It's always important to make sure you have the most up-to-date rules for your game. Something might've needed tweaking because it was unbalanced or the wording was ambiguous or whatever reason. Star Wars: Legion is the latest game to have an update. Fantasy Flight has posted one up, so if you've got an event coming up, or are just a hobby fan, you should make sure you've got the latest version of the rules.

Can't we all just get along? I mean, civilization has come to an end, the atomic bombs have rained down, and we're still fighting. Well, it's time to bring it all together. Fantasy Flight has announced that thaty'll be releasing Fallout: The Board Game: Atomic Bonds, a new expansion that turns the game into a cooperative endeavor.

For those looking to get some more adventures in the land of Rokugan, or to keep your superhero cards from getting dirty, Fantasy Flight has some new releases for you. For the Legend of the Five Rings RPG, there's two books, Path of Waves and Sins of Regret. For Marvel Champions, there's a bunch of play mats featuring some of the game's iconic characters.

The Clone Wars saw the clone armies of the Republic facing off against the robotic forces of the Separatists. But despite one army being made up of clones and the other coming off an industrial assembly line, not every trooper was identical. There were elites, specialists, and more. In this preview, we get a look at two new units coming for Star Wars: Legion that are a step up from the average squad.

Padme Amidala wasn't your average monarch. She didn't just sit on her throne, occasionally make a speech, and generally stay to herself. She was ready to get out there and fight just like anyone else when the Separatists came calling. Soon, Star Wars: Legion players will be able to add her to their forces. But not just her, Cad Bane is coming along as well, representing said Separatists. In this preview, we get a little look at what you can expect when they are released.

Fantasy Flight is moving a lot of cards these days. They've got a whole mess of new releases available for you shufflers out there. Marvel Champions, Legend of the Five Rings, Lord of the Rings, and Arkham Horror all have new expansion packs that you can pick up. And if you're a KeyForge player, there's some new gaming mats available as well to make sure your cards stay nice and clean. Have yourselves a look.

Fantasy Flight is looking to get you edicated about the world of Star Wars: Legion. Sure, you've maybe checked out a rulebook or hovered around while a couple people played a game, but maybe it still wasn't clicking. Well, that's where this deep-dive into the game's mechanics might help. This is the second part in the series looking at the game's mechanics.

There's something Strange in your neighborhood. Who you gonna call?

Doctor Strange, of course. And calling him a "something" is rather rude. He's the Earth's Sorcerer Supreme and soon he'll have his own deck in Marvel Champions. Fantasy Flight has announced this new set, full of magic and mystic goodness. Have yourselves a look.

19 new releases. There are 19 new releases spread out among the different Fantasy Flight Star Wars minis games that you can now purchase. That's quite a lot. There's things like the new Luke and Vader kits for Star Wars: Legion. Star Wars: Armada has a pair of new huge ships (good to see that game getting some support again). And X-Wing has a bunch of figures, including a bunch of re-releases for the 2nd edition of the game (I'm kind of surprised some of these weren't already available, to be honest...).