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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

A quick teaser


Below is a quick teaser, the opening short from a planned scenario. Hope you like it, and remember pilots, always check your six! “Lightning Strike 1 to all pilots, enemy spotted, tally ho, tally ho!” Merl Rexin sent his TIE fighter interceptor screaming through the vacuum towards the unsuspecting rebel x-wings. Weapons blasting, he blew … Continue reading

Star Wars: X-wing – Iron Fist Campaign – Hold the Line


General Hardtran rubbed at his forehead. It ached from where he had been frowning. He couldn’t remember the last time he hadn’t been frowning. Not since the Imperial forces had sent the rebels into a headlong retreat.  Despite heavy losses on both sides, with the rebels losing far more precious ground, personnel and materiel than … Continue reading

Star Wars: X-wing – Iron Fist Campaign – The Blades – Rebel Aces


The Blades will forever be enshrined in the memories of the citizens of the planet Tec, and the inhabitants of the city of Pugio. It was through their determined defence and steadfast loyalty that so many civilians managed to escape what became known as the Pugio Massacre, a determined attempt by Moff Huxley and the … Continue reading

Star Wars: X-wing – Iron Fist Campaign – The Pugio Massacre


As the air-raid alarms blared, Kyle Samsuka staggered from the Blade’s pilots’ mess, cursing as she tried her best to zip up her flight suit as she ran towards her waiting Z95 Headhunter. Anyone new to Pugio  would have thought that she was drunk, in no fit state to fly. The former was wrong, the latter was unfortunately close … Continue reading

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