|Number of Game Players||2|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||18 January 2020|
|Mfg Recommended age||14 year and up|
|Item Model Number||FFGSWL44|
|Product Dimensions||29.54 x 29.54 x 10.16 cm; 18.14 Grams|
Fantasy Flight Games Star Wars Legion Clone Wars Core Set
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- Enter a new era of epic miniatures battles in the Star Wars galaxy
- Thirty-nine beautifully sculpted, unpainted miniatures invite you to play as the galactic Republic or separatist Alliance for the first time
- Join iconic characters like Obi-Wan Kenobi and general Grievous and lead your forces into the clone Wars
- Contains all the cards, dice, tools, and tokens you to begin staging your own Star Wars: Legion battles right away
- Forty PA cards give you the power to K your Army to fit your personal preferences
- Material type: Plastic
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War has engulfed the galaxy. The vast forces of the separatist Alliance, bolstered by seemingly endless ranks of battle droids, have pushed the galactic Republic to the brink of dissolution and defeat. The Republic only hope is its army of elite Clone troopers, LED into battle by noble, force-wielding Jedi Knights. The war between them is an epic struggle where every battle could turn the tide and change the fate of the galaxy. You can immerse yourself in this epic conflict, assembling your forces and leading them against your opponents in the legendary ground battles of Star Wars with the clone Wars core Set for Star Wars: Legion! This core Set invites you to enter a Completely new era of infantry battles in the Star Wars galaxy, pitting the overwhelming separatist droid forces against the Republic crack armies of Clone troopers and Jedi Knights. As you do, you'll assemble a force of the clone Wars’ most iconic Heroes, villains, troopers, and vehicles, including Obi-Wan Kenobi and general Grievous. In addition to introducing the galactic Republic and separatist Alliance to the game as new factions, this core Set contains all the cards, tools and tokens you need to begin staging your own Star Wars battles right away, making this the perfect starting point to begin building your Star Wars: Legion collection.
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Overall I've found that this is very well put together core box. For me the quality of the materials is key part of any game, primarily due to the high use that they can get if they're popular with the group. Suffice to say that this is no exception, the tokens, cards and rulebook feel like they should wear well with continued use and I love the artwork.
I really like the models in the entire Legion range, not just this core box. Similar sort of build quality to the likes of Game Workshop, with a nice level of detail and solid build feel. This is also one of those ranges that I can see myself painting up all nice and fancy. They just look and feel like they're going to be an easy paint job!
There are only two things I would raise.
The first is to beware the droid models when putting them together! I'm used to taking apart flimsy bits and pieces from sprues over the years, but I suspect the droids are all very easy to break for the uninitiated, so be sure to take care when getting them off the sprues, I would suggest a good pair of clippers and/or a sharp crafting knife (I almost snapped the end of a blaster rifle whilst using a crafting blade but was luckily able to salvage it with a smidgen of super glue). Oh you will need to get super glue for this...
My second point would be that it would be a little easier if the General Grievous model had individual blueprints for putting it together. There are several variant builds/poses for General Grievous, but (presumably to save space in printing) they've only used a single visual instruction of the model with all parts for all the variants shown, definitely threw me off for a bit trying to work out whether one or two parts were meant to be included or not!
Apart from those two points it's a good little starter set and I look forward to dual using it for both Legion games and to supplement some RPG gaming. I only wish more of these came with foam to protect the models once their built...
As a starter set it is very good but if it's your first time playing the rebel and imperial units are a bit more straight-forward to use effectively. If you want to play in a standard tournament you will need to pick up at least one more corps unit. The game itself is really fun but can take a long time when your learning. I recommend running some "skirmish" battles which are smaller and great for starting out.