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Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Games: B-Wing Expansion Pack (1st ed)

Bring the B-wing to your games of X-Wing with the B-Wing Expansion Pack. The B-wing’s heavy weapons array and resilient shielding quickly solidified it as the Alliance’s most formidable assault fighter. Accordingly, the B-Wing Expansion Pack packs a mighty punch! The B-wing can wield as many as two torpedoes, as well as a cannon, and it can be equipped with a system upgrade for precision target. The B-Wing Expansion Pack contains a stunning miniature at 1/270 scale, a maneuver dial, all necessary tokens, four ship cards, and a devastating arsenal of five upgrade cards.

Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Game: TIE Interceptor Expansion Pack

Imperial Players can a lethal starfighter to their X-Wing™ squadron with the TIE Interceptor™ Expansion Pack. the finest mass-produced starfighter of its time, the TIE Interceptor excels at dogfighting thanks to its heightened manoeuvrability, increased speed, and four-winged laser cannons. With its detailed miniature, two upgrades, and six skilful new pilots that included the renowned Soontir Fel, the TIE Interceptor Expansion Pack creates exciting opportunities for all Imperial X-Wing players!

This is not a complete game experience. A copy of the X-Wing Miniatures Game Core Set is required to play.

A-Wing Expansion Pack

Concieved by General Dodonna, the RZ-1 A-Wing interceptor proved its worth by crippling Star Destroyers during the Battle of Endor. Now this highly manoeuvrable starfighter adds another exciting dimension to Rebel squadrons in the Star Wars: X-Wing™ Miniatures Game. The A-Wing™ Expansion Pack introduces one A-wing miniature with four pilots and five upgrades. Only the most talented pilots belong in a A-Wing cockpit as they push the starfighter’s limits in the galaxy’s deadliest dogfights!

This is not a complete game experience. A copy of the X-Wing Miniatures Game Core Set is required to play.

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