Star Wars LCG—Opposition Cycle #2: A Wretched Hive Force Pack
Fantasy Flight Games
There is opposition between order and chaos, between the physical and the intellectual, between those who stand alone and those who work with their friends. Take these oppositions into the Star Wars galaxy with A Wretched Hive, the second Force Pack of the Opposition Cycle for Star Wars: The Card Game. In A Wretched Hive, you`ll discover more characters from Star Wars: Rebels entering the game, including Agent Kallus and Zeb Orrelios, alongside recognizable scum like Dr. Evazan and Ponda Baba.
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