A few days ago I posted up a battle summary and some initial thoughts surrounding an attempt at a MSU build for Armada. This week, I had the opportunity to have another game with the changes.
Since getting whipped at my first Armada event I went to a little while back, I'm on a personal quest to learn and develop everything I can when it comes to navigation. As we know, movement equates to victory in most table top war games, and Armada is no different.
If you're looking for a report full of stunning victories, carefully calculated strategies and card synergies that paid off, then close this window. Although I got curb stomped badly at my first Armada event, I walked away with new knowledge of the game, and ready for more.
With the first game done and dusted, Todd and I quickly set-up our forces and went at it again. There was some minor changes with fleets but much remained unchanged.
Simply put, it was to be another Civil War between Todd and I, there was some minor changes to my fleet however.
Hardcore war gamer at heart and a huge fan of tabletop games. I use any excuse to get my family involved. Join me as I play and review games while trying not to epically fail.