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Make use of the Quick Build system and attempt to complete three challenges during your games!
Registration: 5pm – 7pm. Games will start as soon as there are 2 or more players.
Seating Cap: 16 players
- Lose 3 shields OR Have an enemy ship at range 0
- Play with 2 games with 2 different factions OR Win a game with only 1 unique pilot
- Play a game using the Escalation rules OR Play 3 games
Uses the Quick Build System. To collect prizes, you must complete 1 quick build game. Players who fly off the board on purpose or otherwise throw games intentionally will have their games void by organizer and no prizes will be given.
2 Players must agree one of the following threat levels:
Threat Level 4 • Threat Level 6 • Threat Level 8
Players are welcome to continue playing to complete challenges or to drop for regular play after the 1st game.
See the X-wing 2.0 Core Rule Booklet for Escalation Rules
Players who participate will receive an extended alternate Quick-Build cards for “Blackout” Tie Silencer, Foreman Proach Mining Guild Tie/ln, Greer Sonnel RZ2-A-Wing and an Extended Art Engine Upgrade card .
For each Challenge completed on their Challenge card players will receive 1 gold metal force charge token.
Registration: 10:00am – 10:45am
Event Start: 11:00am
Seating Cap: 16 Players
X-wing Standard Hyperspace Tournament, Swiss 75 minute rounds.
Number of rounds will be based on attendance.
Metal Evade Tokens, Metal Charge Tokens, Blade squadron Extended Art B-wing pilot based on placement.
All participants will receive an extendard art double-sided Shield Upgrade card .
Join us for a thematic casual tournament based on the evacuation of D’Qar in the opening scene of The Last Jedi.
Registration Begins: 10:00AM
Player Meeting: 10:50AM
Event Start: 11:00AM
Only ships and pilots listed in the Evacuation of D’Qar Scenario in the FFG Squad builder can be used.
Use the App or the online Squadron builder to see all listed ships.
X-wing 2.0 Squad Builder Online
NOTE: Only Resistance and First Order factions are allowed in this format.
Players: Max of 16
Format: Standard 3 rounds of Swiss, 75 minute rounds.
This event is part of the wave leader event. Players’ success in each of the wave events will be
tallied to determine the wave leader and special prizes after the final event’s conclusion.
- Players who win 2 games will receive Heroic Talent extended art.
- Players who win all 3 games will receive an extended art double-sided plastic Heroic Talent and Epsilon Squadron Cadet Tie/fo Card.
- All participants will receive an extended art Epsilon Squadron Cadet Tie/fo card.
Join us for the final Wave II special event—the Wave Championship—and get in some extra practice for the Hyperspace Trial on April 6!
Player Meeting: 11:20AM
Round One Start: 11:30AM
This a Hyperspace format tournament.
Players: Max of 16
This event is part of the wave leader events and is the final wave leader event. Players’ success in each of the wave events will be tallied to determine the wave leader and special prizes.
Swiss-style 75 minute rounds.
Number of rounds based on attendance.
- Participation—Double-sided, extended art, Blue Squadron Rookie T-70 and “Scorch” Tie/fo card.
- Top 8—Set of 3 Gold Force Charge Tokens
- Top 4—Acrylic Proton Bomb Token
- Champion—Plastic, Double-sided, Extended Art, Blue Squadron Rookie T-70 and “Scorch” Tie/fo card.
At the conclusion of this event, the Wave Leader prize will be awarded.
International Tabletop Day draws near! On June 1, gamers across the globe will come together as a community to celebrate and share our passions—by playing more games!
Board Game Barrister is getting in on the fun with an all-day schedule of events and free open gaming for those who want to spend the day exploring our wall of demo games.
So get in on the fun, discover some great new games, and maybe you’ll walk away with some goodies and promos for your favorites.
Tabletop Day at the Pub!
Thanks to the mysterious forces of fate, our Oak & Shield Pub will have been open for 56 weeks without hosting a Tabletop Day. Let’s change that! Oak & Shield will be in full gaming mode with an entire day of events, food, drink, patio games, and more!
Call for Event Runners
Bring your passions to the table! This is your chance to spread the love for your favorite games and find folks to play with. Worker placement, deck-building, roleplaying, party games, bluffing, miniatures and social deduction games—whatever you want to play on the international holiday for our favorite hobby!
(Oh, and did I mention? You’ll get MVP points for every game you host!)
Prefer to play games rather than run them?
Brilliant! Playing games is what International Tabletop Day is all about, and we’ll have plenty of event runners looking for players to fill their tables! Stop in and celebrate the tabletop games you love surrounded by your fellow gamers, all day at the Board Game Barrister locations in Bayshore, Greenfield, Mayfair and the Oak & Shield Pub!
Player Meeting: 10:50AM
Standard 3 rounds of Swiss, 75 minute rounds.
Players must select Resistance or First Order for their faction.
This event has a capacity of 12 players.
- Participation: Extended art Epsilon Squadron Cadet Tie/fo card or other alternate pilot cards depending on attendance.
- Two Wins: Extended art Heroic Talent
- Three Wins: Extended art double-sided plastic Heroic Talent and Epsilon Squadron Cadet Tie/fo Card
This event is part of the wave leader event. Players success in each of the wave events will be tallied to determine the wave leader and special prizes after the final event’s conclusion.
We’ll be running demos of this thoughtful and hilarious game between 1:00PM and 3:00PM, so stop in anytime!
About Principle Dilemma
Principle Dilemma is an intellectual card game which aims to give each player the opportunity to use their creative thinking and moral compass to delve deeper into their own minds, thoughts, and discomforts, as well as those of their opponents.
Make tough ethical decisions, and play Deceit cards to make other players’ reconsider the decisions they’ve made.
- The players learned something about themselves, and something about those they were playing with.
- They couldn’t wait to play again.