Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Game—The Force Awakens: Upsilon-class Shuttle Expansion Pack
Fantasy Flight Games
Make your opponents fear the First Order and the dark side with the Upsilon-class Shuttle Expansion Pack for X-Wing! This Expansion Pack features one pre-painted, large-base miniature of the sleek, predatory shuttle boasting a full complement of fifteen upgrades. These include advanced new technologies as well as the dark side warrior Kylo Ren, who allows you to hinder your foes with his associated condition, 'I'll Show You the Dark Side.'
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