Direct and to the point! Krennic for Legion. Fantasy Flight Games

A short while ago, Fantasy Flight Games announced the Director Orson Krennic expainson for Star Wars Legion, the main bad guy from Rogue One. 

Now we have just been given a better look at the character made famous by Ben Mendelssohn in the movie, and hes a pretty nasty piece of work too!

Krennic in Rogue One comes across as a very slimy character who has worked his way up through the ranks of the Empire and thinks that he is above everything and everyone, that is until he tries to take on Darth Vader and gets taken down a huge amount.

The character seems very cunning and that seems to show in the game version of Krennic, with his cards showing him with the stat on his card and also Compel which is ideal if you take him with a couple of units of Death Troopers (which should be previewed this week sometime).

In fact forget that, take him and as many units of Death Troopers as you can get your Imperial hands on as he will be quite formidable and a worthy fight against say Luke or Leia. And at 90 points hes pretty much a steal!

I think that his Annotation Looms card is really going to pay dividends as it puts suppression tokens or units and if it is turn 5 or 6 puts them on individuals in each unit, meaning that you could have five suppression tokens on a unit in turn 5 as they struggle to keep from panicking over their impending doom!

 

The Director Orson Krennic Expansion is due out soon and is on pre-order from Fantasy Flight Games right now.  Gamers Web recommends 6s2hit.com for great value and up to 25% discount on retail prices!

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About Marc Farrimond

I'm a 55 year guy from Wigan in Lancashire living in Edinburgh, Scotland with two of my four awesome kids and my long suffering wife Laura. I have worked freelance over the years for some of the biggest names in tabletop and roleplaying and I am a very keen cosplayer and photographer.
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