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  • The X-Wing Starter set includes everything you need to begin your battles
  • Includes 3 pre painted miniatures
  • 1 X-Wing, 2 x TIE Fighters
  • Customise your ship with different pilots and upgrades
  • Ages 8+, 30-45 minutes playing time
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Technical Details
Item Weight680 g
Product Dimensions25.4 x 25.4 x 5.1 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:14 years and up
Item model numberSWX01
Main Language(s)English
Number of Game Players2 players
Number of Puzzle Pieces1
Assembly RequiredNo
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
  
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ASIN1616613769
Best Sellers Rank 1,569 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight748 g
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Date First Available28 April 2012
  
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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months
  • Warning: Only for domestic use

Product Description

Product Description

X-Wing is a tactical ship-to-ship combat game in which players take control of powerful Rebel X-wings and nimble Imperial TIE fighters, facing them against each other in fast-paced space combat. Featuring stunningly detailed and painted miniatures, X-Wing recreates exciting Star Wars space combat throughout its several included scenarios. Select your crew, plan your maneuvers, and complete your mission!

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Choose your crew and arm your starfighters
  • Build your own squadron using X-Wing’s advanced rules to select your favorite starfighters, pilots, and upgrades.
  • Before the game begins, you’ll have a set amount of Fleet Points to invest, which you may spend to customize your squad.
  • Whether you enter the fight with a Rookie Pilot, an experienced Red Squadron Pilot, or even the resourceful Luke Skywalker, you’ll have a range of options before you even fire up your engines.
  • Moreover, arm your ships with astromech droids, extra weapons, or special skills, which have a significant impact on your fighter’s battle performance.

Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Game

Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Game

“We'll have to destroy them ship to ship. Get the crews to their fighters.” –Darth Vader

Fast and visceral, X-Wing puts you in the middle of fierce Star Wars firefights. Use each craft’s unique maneuver dial to secretly plot its movement action for each turn. After each player has locked in his movement decisions, the dials are revealed and ships are moved starting with the lowest skilled pilots.

“That little droid and I have been through a lot together.” –Luke Skywalker

Pepper the enemy with blaster fire as you rush into the dogfight, or move into combat range slowly, attaining deadly target locks before you launch a devastating attack. No matter your plan of attack, you’ll be in total control throughout the tense action.

Intuitive rules have you fighting in minutes

X-Wing includes everything you need to begin your battles, such as thirteen Ship cards (featuring nine Imperial and four Rebel pilots), five Upgrade cards..

Highly detailed Models

Jump straight into the game with highly detailed pre-painted models.

Recreate the most memorable battles in the galaxy

With the quick-start rules, you can simply select one of the exciting missions, position your ships on the playing space as instructed, and choose your opening move.


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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By J. K. Field on 7 Nov. 2012
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It's Star Wars Episode IV-VI dogfighting on your tabletop, and you get to play with X-Wings and TIE Fighters. What more do you need to know?

The rules are simple, gameplay is fairly fast, and the components are beautiful. And it's basically 'playing with Star Wars toys' but with a rule system. However, the core set only gives you three ships and you'll soon want to expand your squads. This is where it gets expensive. In fact, many people are investing in two core sets and at least one of each expansion.

And with Wave 2 around the corner, offering A-Wings and TIE Interceptors, along with big ships like the Falcon and Slave I, it's more than likely you'll be looking at an outlay of ~£100 for a set you'll be happy with. Fantasy Flight Games know what they're doing with this one.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Graham Rutland on 9 Jun. 2013
If I have one question for Fantasy Flight beyond "would you like me to change my payroll account to your number?" it is "why didn't you do this sooner?" XWM marries a tried and tested gaming formula (à la Warhammer or Wings of Glory) with arguably the biggest film franchise of all time. It's a match made in Heaven, or, at the very least, the nearest 3'x3' flat space you can find to play. In summary, X-Wing Miniatures is excellent, but be warned: it's an atrocious money sink. Read on to find out more...

This is the core set, although 'Core' is in very grave danger of being a misnomer. 'Bare essentials' would have been more appropriate. Included in the box is, admittedly, enough to get a small scale, 2 player game of Miniatures going. On the Rebel side, one T65 X-Wing, and on the Imperial side, two TIE/LN starfighters. You read that right: Fantasy Flight have wisely considered their audience and sidestepped the New Trilogy. I also like that, with the in-universe assertion that Rebel pilots often fought their opposites two- or three-to-one, the ratio of 2:1 is faithfully maintained in this game. The models are absolutely gorgeous, and I breathed a sigh of relief to know that I wouldn't be hand painting them, although I've seen plenty of examples already where gamers have decided to go all Warhammer on their fleets regardless. These sit atop plastic bases into which pilot tokens are inserted to create the final playing pieces. My main concern is that the models, especially the X-Wing with its little cannons, are INCREDIBLY delicate. This is not a tabletop game for the clumsy or heavy handed.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By MR.B.BROWN on 21 Oct. 2012
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The game arrived on Thursday and we played our first game on the Friday, the set-up for this game is strait forward and simple. 2 x tie fighters and an X-wing are included in the game complete with everything needed (apart from a flat surface to play it does include everything!)
Each model comes with its own stand and multiple pilot stats. You can have anybody from Luke Skywalker to an academy pilot.
The models themselves are extremely good quality, painted to a good standard and if the other craft in the range are equally as good I don't think you will be disappointed. , The scale seems to be about 1:144 so I would suggest you are not going to see a star destroyer! Although the Millenium Falcon and Slave1 are in the pipeline along with an A-wing and the Tie strike fighter on top of the already released Y-wing and Advanced Tie fighter (Darth Vaders ship)

Movement and turning sticks, weapon range stick and all the markers are made of a good quality heavy-duty card (I personally would have preferred a plastic but I think with normal use you have got years of use with the supplied templates!)
The rules work on a igo-ugo system of pilot quality, the lowest quality pilot moves first then up in proceeding levels of experience until the the top dog moves.
Firing is in reverse with the best firing first and working down (at this moment in time its worth mentioning if you are in a perfect shooting position and you get hit and destroyed, all that hard work will go up in a puff of smoke!)
In the evening we had some eight games using 2-3 Tie fighters an a single X-wing, we varied the quality of pilots and weapon and equipment loads for the craft (the x-wing can vary its weapons and equipment - the Tie can only vary the pilots!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J Davey on 16 April 2013
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This is actually my second core set of X-wing, mainly as it's the quickest and cheapest way of getting a nice little group of fighters together. Plus there's no squabbling over dice and range sticks etc. As others have mentioned, this game is a lot of fun and there aren't big rule books to plough through before you play. Just a pity that the second wave ships are so difficult (and expensive), to get hold of.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T.K. on 2 Jun. 2014
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£25 sounds like a great price for a new game, but you'll definitely end up spending a lot more after it arrives.

The mechanics are good, the miniatures are great, the other components are well made too.. this is a really well designed game as you'd expect from Fantasy Flight. The rules are pretty simple (watch the FF youtube explanation) yet deep enough to allow lots of strategy with other ships. The gameplay is fast and fun and really captures the feeling of a dogfight in space.

I do have some minor complaints though - and even though they won't damage the score of this review, they are worth taking into consideration. Firstly the price (and need) for expansions make this potentially very expensive. I bought the Millennium Falcon and Slave I too, but personally I don't enjoy using them as much because I prefer the small-ship battles - not everyone will agree with me here, but I'd just be careful of throwing cash at them. The game itself can also get a little bit fiddly as you have to use lots of range markers and accurately move your ships whilst filling the table with markers of all sorts. You'll need a big table to get the best out of the game (the recommended board is 3'x3'.. but that doesn't include space for all of your ship cards and extra bits). It also doesn't come with any kind of 'board' or mat, so beware that playing it on your brown table might detract from the theme somewhat - and extra space mats that work for the game are another £25ish.

Finally the packaging is pretty annoying as there are no inserts for any of the multiple components in the box.
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