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Star Wars: X-wing – Iron Fist Campaign – Meeting Engagement


“Lightning Strike 1 to all pilots, enemy spotted, tally ho, tally ho!” Merl Rexin sent his X-wing interceptor screaming through the vacuum towards the unsuspecting rebel x-wings. Weapons blasting, he blew one to pieces before they even knew he was there. “Splash one! Don’t let any get away!” He kicked his fighter into a tight … Continue reading

Star Wars: X-wing – Iron Fist Campaign – Use a thief to catch a thief


Naga Trivi coughed as he tried desperately to not to spray hot tea over the official in front of him.  “You want me to what?” He spluttered, the urge to cough growing as the tea burnt its way down his throat. “We want you, and your Bad Apples, to root out other undesirables.” The Imperial … Continue reading

Star Wars: X-wing – Iron Fist Campaign – Bad Apples


Naga Trivi watched his sensors as TIE fighters raced through the Carnel Gap Belt, a collection of mined-out asteroids that bordered part of the Southern Fringe. The Rebels had been sent reeling by the Imperial Navy’s sudden attack, the first crushing hammer blow sending the Carnel Fleet fleeing, shattered hulks of once-proud ships left to … Continue reading

Scum and Villainy Teaser


Wondering how I can fit a scum and villainy faction into the Iron Fist campaign? Here’s a teaser of the first scum and villainy scenario, and your first glimpse of the Bad Apples. Naga Trivi helplessly watched his sensors as TIE fighters raced through the Carnel Gap Belt, a collection of mined-out asteroids that bordered … Continue reading

Star Wars: X-wing – Iron Fist Campaign – Clear Desk Policy


    Deep space, Southern Reach. Auxillary 9 drifted slowly, systems kept to a minimum in order to avoid detection. Other ships similarly masked drifted around her. Puffs of gas escaped as their pilots gave slight alterations to their paths.  Come on you bastard, you’re late, thought Rjax Merlin as he scanned the sensor scope, straining his … Continue reading

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