Star Wars: X-Wing - Inquisitor's TIE Expansion Pack

Star Wars: X-Wing - Inquisitor's TIE Expansion Pack

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Regular Price: $14.95

Special Price: $12.79

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Manufacturer: Fantasy Flight Games


Wave 8 Expansion Pack


Expand and upgrade your X-Wing game!


Sienar Fleet System's TIE Advanced v1 was a groundbreaking starfighter design, featuring upgraded engines, a missile launcher, and folding s-foils.


This pack includes everything you need to add 1 TIE Advanced Prototype ship to your game.

Contents:
1 TIE Advanced Prototype Ship
1 Plastic Base
2 Plastic Pegs
2 Ship Tokens
1 Maneuver Dial
1 Dial ID Token
1 Focus Token
1 Evade Token
1 Stress Token
1 Critical Hit Token
2 Target Lock Tokens (UU, VV)
6 ID Tokens (#48 - 49)
2 Shield Tokens
2 Reference Cards
4 Ship Cards
- 1 The Inquisitor
- 1 Valen Rudor
- 1 Baron of the Empire
- 1 Sienar Test Pilot

5 Upgrade Cards
- 1 Deadeye
- 1 Homing Missiles
- 1 XX-23 S-Thread Tracers
- 1 Guidance Chips
- 1 TIE/v1


This is not a stand-alone game. A copy of Star Wars: X-Wing Miniatures Game is required to play.



 

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A great addition for Imperial Players
Great ship to have in any Imperial Fleet, but even for other players it comes with good upgrade cards too.
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Review by Jesse on 6/30/2016
Small and mighty - good self-contained expansion.
I play for fun, among the "fly casual" minded. Even without over-thinking the points to value algorithms, I will say this a good Imperial ship. It is quick to get into position, very accommodating due the the many green moves. It holds up pretty well due to shields - a rare treat among Tie Fighters. Gamewise, I think it is also a good value because of the upgrade cards included. Some ships in the game really call for a card that is not included, and thus you have to buy two or more packs to really optimize said ship. However, the Inquisitor is a good self-contained expansion pack, with cards you'll like for the Advanced Tie, as well as other ships in your fleet. I run it with the Inquisitor himself, but the Baron is good too. In the game a good point value I say too.
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Review by TwoDeeSix on 6/6/2016
The Tie That Could
Smaller than I expected, this little ship has an awesome dial with a total of 17 choices, 7 of the being green. The Inquisitor's Pilot Ability is pretty sweet as well, and with the right upgrade cards, it can play a major role in your squad. I'm actually considering picking up a second one of these in the near future.
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Review by James on 5/20/2016
The Imperial A-Wing, but actually good.
An excellent dial, incredibly low cost, insane action efficiency, and maneuverability makes this ship a must-have. The Inquisitor is a cost-effective, and offensively potent pilot, who has no problems dodging arcs AND lasers. Good generics and a solid stat line make this ship an excellent force multiplier.
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Review by William on 4/2/2016
So far so good.
Just got 2 of these guys 3 days ago and totally destroyed the rebels. Love them!
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Review by Fluffy on 3/28/2016
Great but small
The tie advanced prototype is a must have for any Imperial player. The 1 sharp is a tight green move to clear stress which can be followed up by a boost action to almost turn the ship around. The two shields help it avoid crits a little longer. Valen Rudor's ability to take an action after defending is pretty sweet, as well as the Inquisitor's range 1 shot advantage. The title allows it to take an evade after acquiring a target lock, another great feature in combat. Give it a missile with guidance chip and you've got yourself a decent ship on both sides of the dice. This is a vast improvement to the stock tie fighter and surprisingly affordable for your squad.

The only con for this ship imo is that it is notably smaller, almost like the scale is off a bit. Looks like the runt of the pack. Otherwise this is a great ship to add to your fleet. Get two of them!
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Review by Michael W on 3/24/2016