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Star Wars: Epic Duels
Categories: Board & Card Games
Availability: In
Condition: New
Description: Players: 2-6
Time: 30-45 min
Wikipedia Description

Individual battles between famous Star Wars characters set on different board locations. Players choose a major character that has one or two minor characters with it. Each set of characters has its own deck of cards which are used for attack, defense, or special abilities. Each deck is unique with certain special powers relevant to the major character. There are different modes of play; one on one battles, up to three teams can play against each other, or up to six players can play a free for all, last man standing battle.

Battle fields included are Geonosis, Emperor's Throne Room, Carbon-Freezing Room, and a landing platform. The game includes 31 decorated figures from across the entire Star Wars spectrum.

FROM THE BOX: What would happen if the force were no longer divided? Jedi knights could battle each other... Sith Lords could challenge one of their own... What if classic battles could be recreated and have completely different endings? Imagine the unthinkable. Anakin Skywalker versus Darth Vader. Impossible? Not anymore! Create your own match ups.

Reviews: 2

Just don't expect to win against Buddy
Posted 2/2/2007 11:11AM by Johnathan Ammons
Game Rating: 4 / 5
Background Material: 2 / 5
Complexity: 3 / 5
Review: The game if fun, and who ever gets tired of having Yoda whip it out and toast Darth Maul?

It's basically a self-contained miniatures game, where the movement is random, but combat isn't really random. Fun game.

Just don't expect to win against Buddy.
 

Woo-hoo!
Posted 1/5/2007 11:19PM by Michael Love
Game Rating: 4 / 5
Background Material: 3 / 5
Complexity: 2 / 5
Review: This is any card-playing, wannabe-Jedi, table-top-miniature-fighting, Star Wars' fan's wet dream!
 


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