Star Wars Imperial Assault


Fantasy Flight Games has released a new tactical miniature game set int the Star Wars universe called Imperial Assault. Using a game system similar to their Descent game, the game comes with two modes: a Campaign and a Skirmish.

The Campaign Mode pits up to 4 Rebel Heroes against the Imperial player, advancing the cause of the Rebellion against Darth Vader and his minions. The Skirmish Mode allows two players to build a squad from three different factions and fight in a fast-paced head to head battle.

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You can also visit our own forums and check out the jediwars.com tools.

The Jedi Wars Squad Builder


Utilize the Jedi Wars Squad Builder for building custom squads to play in the Skirmish Mode of Star Wars Imperial Assault. With the Jedi Wars Squad Builder, you can create squads with all the latest deployment cards, and you can also create command decks with all the latest command cards.

The Jedi Wars Squad Builder has many features, including:

  • Saving Squads: You can save your squads to pull up later.
  • Personal Collections: Enter which sets you have purchased and see a count of what cards/figures you have available.
  • Sharing of Squads: Mark your squad as public to let everyone view your details.
  • Recording Battles: Enter your win/loss ratio to keep track of how well your squad performs.

Create your own squads now at the Jedi Wars Squad Builder. Visit the Squad Builder Forum for any specific questions.

8 Dec, 2014
Imperial Assault is available in stores now!
Stopped by my FLGS today and saw a couple copies of Star Wars: Imperial Assault sitting on the shelves. Nice to see the game hit the stores. Check your favorite local shop and pick up a copy now! [more]
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8 Dec, 2014
Imperial Assault is available in stores now!
Stopped by my FLGS today and saw a couple copies of Star Wars: Imperial Assault sitting on the shelves. Nice to see the game hit the stores. Check your favorite local shop and pick up a copy now! [more]
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