Fantasy Flight Games Releases For A Galaxy Far Far Away

November 18, 2019 by avernos

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Fantasy Flight Games have new releases available for both Star Wars: X-Wing and Star Wars: Legion.

The first thing we're going to have a look at is the Star Wars: X-Wing huge ship the C-ROC Cruiser Expansion.


The C-ROC Cruiser is the heaviest vessel available to many criminal operations, cartels, and syndicates in the Outer Rim, capable of carrying massive weapons batteries and unique dirty tricks that keep it one step ahead of the law. Whether it is hauling illicit cargo or marauding the hyperlanes in search of easy targets, the C-ROC is a flexible and dangerous craft.

This is a beast of a ship and as usual comes with everything to make your fringe fleet strike terror into the heart of your opponents, be they Rebel Alliance or Empire the captain of this cruiser fears little. More than weapons or powerful engines, the criminals and pirates of the galaxy can be counted on to make their own special alterations to their ships. As the only huge ship with an Illicit upgrade slot, the C-ROC Cruiser Expansion Pack invites you to outfit your cruiser with some dirty tricks that can come in handy at the first sign of trouble. For example, while it does mean jettisoning some of its precious cargo, can quickly put an obstacle between the C-ROC and any pursuing craft.


The best way to "avoid any Imperial entanglements is to attack them and leave no survivors!

If space battles aren't your thing two ground commanders for the Clone Wars era of Star Wars: Legion have been released.


Count Dooku the Jedi who left the order in protest of the corruption of the Senate the Count from Serenno is available to lead your Separatist Forces, just remember that treachery is part and parcel of being a Sith, so if your dice fail at important moments it is for a reason.


Fans of the second best Clone Wars cartoon will know about Captain Rex, a capable combatant and a cheap commander for your Republic forces if you can't afford Obi-Wan, or want to supplement the Jedi on the table top it's a good way to go about it.

Both Count Dooku And Clone Capt Rex Can Be Found [email protected]

Do you plan on taking to the stars?

"remember that treachery is part and parcel of being a Sith, so if your dice fail at important moments it is for a reason. "

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