Star Wars—X-Wing: C-ROC Cruiser Expansion Pack
Fantasy Flight Games
Safeguard your fortunes with the C-ROC Cruiser Expansion Pack for X-Wing! Designed for use in X-Wing's Cinematic Play and Epic Play formats, the C-ROC Cruiser Expansion Pack contains one C-ROC Cruiser miniature, one M3-A Interceptor miniature with an alternate paint scheme, seven ship cards, thirty upgrade cards, and all the maneuver dials, damage decks, tokens, and game pieces you need to fly your C-ROC Cruiser and its escort to battle. Additionally, the expansion includes a new campaign for Cinematic Play in which your C-ROC draws the ire of either the Galactic Empire or Rebel Alliance.
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