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Star Wars: Armada

No matter how much testing a company does for their game, once everything gets out into the wild of the player's hands, things might start to crop up that weren't an issue before. Something doesn't work as intended. People get confused about a rule or interaction. A piece proves to be a bit too powerful compared to others. Whatever happens, it's good that the company looks to fix these issues. And that's what Fantasy Flight is doing here with the new Star Wars: Armada E&C and FAQ that they've posted up. Be sure you're playing the game right!

19 new releases. There are 19 new releases spread out among the different Fantasy Flight Star Wars minis games that you can now purchase. That's quite a lot. There's things like the new Luke and Vader kits for Star Wars: Legion. Star Wars: Armada has a pair of new huge ships (good to see that game getting some support again). And X-Wing has a bunch of figures, including a bunch of re-releases for the 2nd edition of the game (I'm kind of surprised some of these weren't already available, to be honest...).

The Imperial Navy is known for its Star Destroyers. But while each one has some similarities, there's also quite a lot of differences. Much like how each TIE variant is used to specialize in a different way, the Star Destroyers do as well. The Onager-class Star Destroyer is designed with a pair of massive turbolaser cannons that can be used for devastating strikes, often aimed towards enemy bases to crack through even the strongest planetary defense shield. However, they work well in space, too. And soon, Star Wars: Armada fleets will be getting them.

Here's another starships game that hasn't been getting a lot of news lately but is coming back now. We've got a new Star Wars: Armada announcement from Fantasy Flight Games. This time around, it's the Nadiri Starhawk. This new Rebel ship is pretty darn big. Have a look for yourself.

The new Campaign Expansion for Star Wars: Armada is now available from Fantasy Flight Games. The Empire and the Rebellion's massive fleets clash all over the galaxy, including the outer rim. The Rebellion hopes that the Empire's relatively light grasp will give them an advantage while the Empire looks to increase their holdings.

Rebellion in the Rim is the upcoming campaign expansion for Star Wars: Armada. It will take players to, of course, the Outer Rim, where the Rebellion and Empire are going to battle for supremacy in that mostly-lawless region. In this preview, we get a look at the different objectives that players will be fighting over with their mighty fleets of starships.

The next Campaign Expansion for Star Wars: Armada is making its way closer to its release date. It's Rebellion in the Rim, and it will take players all across the Outer Rim of the galaxy (as one would expect from the name). In this preview, we get a look at the different Task Force Commanders that Empire and Rebellion players will be adding to their fleets.

Been a while since we've heard about Star Wars: Aramada. Last news was also the delay in the Executor release, too. Well, this one's a bit more upbeat. Fantasy Flight has announced a new pair of ships coming soon to the game.

Though it's taking longer to assemble than originally expected, that just means that there's more time to post up previews of the upcoming Super Star Destroyer set for Star Wars: Armada. In this article, they give us a look at how to fight against it. Being a fleet in its own right, what sort of things can the Rebels even think of throwing at it with a chance to come out on top?

Along with the mass of Star Wars: Legion announcements from this morning, that's not the only Star Wars game getting something new soon. While many of you were disappointed with the news that the Super Star Destroyer was going to be delayed, Fantasy Flight hopes that announcing a new Campaign Expansion will help pep you up some.

Also, there's Star Whales that remind me of the one from Futurama.

Making big things takes a long time.  The Brooklyn Bridge or Sears Tower weren't built in a day. So, when you're creating the biggest starship ever to come out for Star Wars: Armada, it's going to take time. Unfortunately, with time can potentially come delays, so it takes more time. While I certainly wanted to pick up one of these ships ASAP, I'm going to have to wait until Q3 before I can get my hands on a Super Star Destroyer.

It's been a while since we've gotten a Star Wars: Armada preview. And it looks like Fantasy Flight was saving up, as this is a pretty big one. Literally, it's the biggest ship they've made for the game. It's a look at the Super Star Destroyer set, the first huge ship for the game.

You know me. I love big miniatures. The bigger, the better. Well, The Executor is the biggest ship in the Imperial fleet. And soon, it'll be the biggest ship on your tabletops. Yes, the mighty Super-Star Destroyer ship is coming to Star Wars: Armada.