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I've been captivated by this character pairing in Destiny ever since its release, and have taken variations of this list to two 25+ player tournament wins at my local store in Boonton, NJ.
My swiss matchups were as follows:
R1 - eJabba/2x Nightsister
R2 - eFinn/Quigon
R3 - eRey/ePoe
R4 - eRey/ePoe
R5 - Jango/2x F.O. Stormtrooper
R6 - Vader/eJabba
Top 16 - Corey R. (eHan/eRey) I've always won my mirror matches back home and am confident I can do the same here. Corey starts with control of the battlefield and shows Jedi Robes and Street Informants. He spots some dice control in my hand and plays around it, which allows me to claim the battlefield and recycle my ambush upgrades. His Rey is defeated a round or two before mine and I ride my health lead to victory from there.
Top 8 - Ernest P. (eRey/ePoe) I played Ernest in round 4 and received my only loss from him due to being greedy and not equipping my Second Chance immediately. Hit and Run into Poe's Special resolving OWTF 3 , then eating another Poe resolved Mind Probe for four and a IQA was enough to kill Han.
Keeping this in mind I play very defensively, opting to take my battlefield. Both Reys go down while I keep Poe's dice under control. Han's shield generation makes the difference as we go to time and I win on damage and with Second Chance on Han.
Top 4 - Riggs M. (eRey/ePoe) This was probably the most exciting and nerve wracking game of the top cut. I roll extremely poorly on the opening roll and have to play on Emperor's Throne Room. Riggs goes all in on killing Han early and nearly succeeds, thwarted only by me removing a blank Poe die to stop a battlefield claim, finding the Second Chance around round 3, and placing both Hunker Down on Han shortly after. I tear into his characters, using Rey's action economy to pull ahead. Time is called with Poe on one health remaining.
Final - Chad C. (eBala/Jango/Trooper) I've only played against this flavor of Jango once before, so I decide to kill Bala-Tik first and play around Jango's ability after that. I win the roll off and choose Chad's Rebel War Room. Unfortunately, Chad's dice betray him and he rolls basically nothing but resources for the first two rounds. Bala dies shortly after and I turn my attention to Jango. Chad still can't seem to find any notable damage, so I push my advantage and wind up using Reversal on my own Jetpack's +3 ranged to close out the match.