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Star Trek Attack Wing

I don't know why I love it so that Star Trek Attack Wing is getting a set based on the animated series. I just get giddy when I think of it. Anyway, we're getting a new pair of previews for it, specifically looking at some Klingon cards. Have yourselves a peek.

It's been quite a while since we've seen anything from WizKids about Star Trek Attack Wing. Many people probably thought it gone. Well, apparently not so. WizKids has announced a new set, and they're going classic in this one. The new set will be based around the Star Trek cartoon.

One of the new product lines for Star Trek: Attack Wing that WizKids is working on are the faction packs. For players looking to focus on a particular race or faction in the game, these sets give you a great start, or a way to really bulk up your forces. The next one to come out is for the Independent faction. In this preview, you can get a look at a bunch of the card upgrades and some ships you'll be able to field when the sit hits store shelves later this month.
The 2-player starter is one of the best ways to get into a new game, if you ask me. With one purchase, you've got two starter forces so you and a friend can get playing as soon as possible. Well, in just a week or so, players will have access to a new Star Trek: Attack Wing starter set. It's the classic match-up of Federation vs. Klingon in the depths of space.
With all the individual releases out there, it can be hard for a new player for Star Trek: Attack Wing to figure out where to begin in terms of getting a faction. Or, perhaps a long-time player wants to try out something new. To help out with that, WizKids is coming out with Attack Wing Faction Packs. The first two are available now. So if you want a Romulan or Dominion fleet, here's your chance to get one all in one go.
The rules for Star Trek Attack Wing are getting some retrofits. The rules are getting a going-over and various things are changing about the game. But what, exactly, are those changes? Inquiring captains want to know! Well, WizKids is here to help. In this article, they go over what's being altered for Capital Ships, Shuttlecraft, and Attack Squadrons.
For Star Trek Attack Wing, the cards are where it's at. I know, the ships are flashy and actually do the moving around on the board, but it's the cards that tell you what you get to do when that ship is in position. As such, WizKids is going to be coming out with card pack expansions that will increase the options for players and their fleets. In this preview, we get a look at the Prototype 02 Card Pack.
WizKids is happy to announce that they've re-signed their licensing deal with CBS for Star Trek. Considering how big a property Star Trek is, that's newsworthy in and of itself. But they've also posted up a list of new products they're going to be coming out with that license. They include more Attack Wing sets, a new Star Trek Tactics set, HeroClix figures, and even unpainted ships.
"The best defense is a good offense."
-Mel, the cook on Alice
That's certainly what the Xindi feel, and the Muratas ship for Star Trek Attack Wing plays right into it. If you're looking for a ship that takes the fight right to your enemy, this is the one you'll want to get.
Star Trek Attack Wing has been around for a couple years now. Some of the earlier ships have become hard to find. As such, WizKids' latest waves have been made up of repaints and reissues of previous ships. Wave 29 will include a new, updated version of Bioship Alpha, of which we get a look at here.
Why don't we continue our far-East theme with a look at an upcoming release for Star Trek Attack Wing? Seems like a good idea. WizKids is going back through some of their older ships and giving them repaints in the last couple waves. Wave 29 is no different. It will include the U.S.S. Excelsior, captained by Hikaru Sulu, of course most notably played by Japanese-American actor George Takei.
The Federation doesn't have friends everywhere. In particular, the Xindi feel that they need to defend against Federation encroachment. To do this, they use the Calindra Aquatic Cruiser. It's going to be in Wave 28 for Star Trek Attack Wing, and you can get a look at it in this preview.
Wave 28 of Star Trek Attack Wing is coming next month. This wave takes a look at some iconic ships that had previously been released with some new paint jobs on them. Since some of these ships are hard to find and still rather sought-after, it might be the first chance a lot of players have to get these figures. This time around, we get a look at Borg Sphere 4270.
The Star Trek Attack Wing game has been around for a while now. Some of the original ships can be hard to come by. That's the case with the Defiant, that has always been a rather popular, little ship. Well, with Wave 28 coming out in January, anyone who's had a rough time finding it will get a new chance as a repainted version is coming in that set. We get a look at what you can expect with it in this preview.
Wave 27 of Star Trek Attack Wing will be coming out this November. We've seen a couple repainted versions of previous ships that will be coming out. But here's a new vessel that you can use to boldly go. It's the Orassin, a Xindi-Insectoid ship.
As we saw earlier in the Kick Off preview, when new versions of old models come out, companies can take that opportunity to change some things up on them. The I.K.S. Gr'oth was originally released waaaaay back with Wave 0 of the Star Trek Attack Wing game. It will also be part of Wave 27, with a spiffy new paint job as well as new upgrades.
The 27th wave of Star Trek Attack Wing will be making its way to store shelves and then gaming tables next month. This set sees WizKids swooping back around to take a second look at some ships that have already been released, but are now getting an updated paint scheme as well as some different versions of their cards. This time around we get a look at the U.S.S. Enterprise-E.
The U.S.S. Enterprise has this nasty habit of being blown up or otherwise destroyed. However, the Federation keeps on building new ones. They weren't ever entirely identical to one-another, though they did keep roughly the same shape. And each one had different crew. So while they might all have the same name, they were rather different ships. The Enterprise-B is going to be headed to your tabletops in the next wave of Star Trek Attack Wing releases, and it's that ship we get a look at today.
There are many iconic ships in the Star Trek universe. While most of us know of the Enterprise (or, at least, one variant or so of the Enterprise, depending on how many different series/movies you've watched), there's also the U.S.S. Voyager. There's one version of the ship already available, but with all the changes that happened during the run of the show, a single version of the ship is hardly sufficient. So they're coming out with another.
Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated. Or, at least, the Borg are going to do their best to try and assimilate you. Your job is to defeat them. That's not going to be easy, though. This new Cube has some surprises in store for those that want to take it on in combat.
The ship being previewed today for Star Trek Attack Wing comes from way back in the original series. Set your phasers to stun and get the theremin warmed up. This time around it's a preview of the I.R.W. Algeron.
Those guys over at WizKids sure are able to get those ships out. The 23rd wave of Star Trek Attack Wing ships is now available. There's three of them in this set. And much like the X-Wing ships, there's more than just a cool model of a ship in the sets.
Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!
Well, your opponent might be heard yelling, "Damn the torpedoes!" after checking out the new I.K.S. Amar, and particularly the crew and other upgrades that come with it, anyway. This new Klingon ship is full of surprises.
Wave 23 is the next set of ships coming out for the Star Trek Attack Wing game from WizKids. It's due to hit next month, so now's a good time to start checking out what ships (and all the various extra crew/upgrades/etc they will have) will be available. The first of these previews is the U.S.S. Montgolfier.
Shut up, Wesley!
Star Trek is well-known for its wide array of alien races (and a particular captain's love for them). Most of those races also have their own space tech. There's dozens of different types of spaceships out there, and today we get a look at the the Andorian Battle Cruiser Kumari.