Armada’s Imperial Star Destroyer & Raider Unboxed

By |2015-10-05T10:00:00+00:00October 5th, 2015|Categories: Product Review, Star Wars Armada, Videos|

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Come see the new Imperial Star Destroyer and Raider for Star Wars Armada’s Massing at Sullust pre-release event!

Via Fantasy Flight Games

Imperial Star Wars Armada

 

Imperial Star Destroyer Expansion $50

The largest and most powerful of the starships from the Armada Core Set, the Victory-class Star Destroyer formed the core of the Imperial Navy at the outset of the Galactic Civil War. These ships measure roughly nine-hundred meters in length, sport crews numbering over five-thousand, and feature a dagger-shaped design that allows them to concentrate nearly all their weapons on their forward firing arcs.

The Victory-class Star Destroyer Expansion Pack bolsters your fleet with one sculpted and pre-painted miniature Star Destroyer identical to the Star Destroyer miniature from the Core Set. It also comes with all requisite tokens and command dials, as well as more than a dozen ship and upgrade cards. The expansion’s two ship cards allow you to outfit your Star Destroyer as either a Victory I or Victory II, and its fourteen upgrades open a wide range of strategic possibilities as they allow you to upgrade your armament, your crew, and even your Star Destroyers themselves.

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New ISD Upgrades

Imperial Star Raider Expansion $20

The Raider-class corvette is the Empire’s response to the need for a designated anti-fighter vessel.

The Imperial Raider Expansion Pack brings this ship’s six, accurate dual heavy laser cannons to Star Wars: Armada, where its utility against snubfighters and the disruptive effects of its ion cannon emplacements, along with the efficiency of its localized command, make it a powerful addition to any Imperial fleet. In addition to its pre-painted, small-base Raider miniature, this expansion introduces eight upgrade cards, a command dial, speed dial, and all requisite tokens.

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New Raider Upgrade Cards

Overall this seems like a set that really ramps up the power level to help the little ships take threats head on like the new Home One or Imperial Class Star Destroyer receptively.

SW Armada Imperial Star Destroyer Expansion Review

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