Star Wars X-Wing Miniatures Game—The Force Awakens: Quadjumper Expansion Pack
Fantasy Flight Games
First appearing in The Force Awakens, the quadjumper arrives to X-Wing as a Scum and Villainy ship full of new maneuvers and dirty tricks. In addition to its pre-painted quadjumper miniature, the Quadjumper Expansion Pack allows you to militarize this typically unarmed ship with four Scum pilots and eight upgrades. These include new crew members, illicit technologies, and a modification that grants extra versatility to your tractor beam tokens. Finally, a unique elite pilot talent and associated condition help your elite pilots pay back their debts against those who have done them wrong.
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