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Star Trek Attack Wing: Starter Set

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Star Trek: Attack Wing is a tactical space combat HeroClix miniatures game, featuring pre-painted ships from the Star Trek Universe.By using the FlightPath maneuver system* (licensed from Fantasy Flight Games), players engage in exploration and combat, traversing sprawling Star Trek space maps made available via an in-store Organized Play program. As commander, players have the ability to customize, upgrade, and assign famous crewmembers to their fleets, which feature ships from the series' prominent empires and forces as well as special stats and abilities, and unique maneuvers on separate HeroClix Combat Dials.Star Trek: Attack Wing is a standalone game which uses the core rule set of FFGs' FlightPath game system with a Star Trek twist, but is not compatible with other FlightPath games from FFG.The FlightPath maneuver system used in Star Trek: Attack Wing is based on the original Game Design by Jason Little.

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  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 2 x 10 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00COYPGUY
  • Item model number: WZK71120
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,595 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By El Tonio TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 24, 2013
First and foremost let me say I am a HUGE X-Wing fan. I play it regularly, and haven't had a bad time yet. And, there are no doubts that there are lots of similarities between X-Wing and Attack Wing (and Attack Wing gives Fantasy Flight Games full credit for using their flight path system). And, there is no doubt that the X-Wing ships look a lot better, and that their being to scale is a major plus (Attack Wing ships are unfortunately not to scale, and while some look good, others leave a lot to be desired).

But, there are actually quite a few differences that make Attack Wing a solid game in and of itself (that is, in addition to using the tried and true stuff created by FFG). Here are a list of my top 10 favorite differences.

10. In Attack Wing you take Evasive Maneuvers (X-Wing's Evade) and Battle Stations (X-Wing's Focus) actions. There are also some new actions like Cloak (discussed below) and Scan (which reduces the number of defense dice rolled by your opponent by one). And, there are lots of other verbiage difference, too, like Axillary Power token (X-Wing's Stress) and Come About (X-Wing's K-Turn). So, they changed the names of the actions and added some new actions to give it more of a Star Trek feel, and I appreciate the effort.

9. In Attack Wing you can attack ships when your bases are touching, and you can attack ships while you are on an obstacle. Not better or worse than X-Wing, just different.

8. In Attack Wing there will be ships that can move SIX forward, or do soft FOUR turns (in X-Wing the max are five and three respectively). None of the wave 1 ships can do this, but I look forward to using these abilities in future waves (at least they included these templates in the starter set).
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. B. Ray on April 6, 2014
Romulan Warbird decloaking ahead, Captain!
Red Alert, Shields Up!

Note: I have played Star Wars: X-Wing Miniatures Game, I'm not sure why but I did not care for it. I believe I just didn't dump enough money into it. When I saw a picture of an upcoming Star Trek game based on X-Wing Miniatures, I was fairly appalled. I love both Star Trek and Star Wars, even though Star Trek has a special place in my heart. I understood wanting to cash in on the success of X-Wing, I figured Attack Wing would fall flat. I couldn't have been more wrong. I sincerely enjoy Attack Wing.

Gameplay: 5/5
+Flight Path System: Wizkids licensed this particular method of using templates to move miniature replicas of starships from Fantasy Flight Games and their X-Wing Miniatures game. Best. Decision. Ever. It's a great system, both in X-Wing and Attack Wing.
+Factions: Currently it appears as if there are plans for 11 different factions. From the manual it mentions: Federation, Klingon, Romulan, Dominion, Borg, Species 8472, Kazon, Bajoran, Ferengi, Independents, and Mirror Universe. (this info can be found on page 18 under Resolving Conflicts -> Initiative.) I really find that wonderful! It gives you a massive variety of ships to play with and the potential for a great number of players and alliances.
+Cloaking: At first I didn't like the cloak system; but I honestly think it is done very intelligently. Instead of removing the ship and adding sensor echo tokens like Fleet Captains does, Attack Wing's mechanics keep the ship on the table and allows you to add 4 defense die while defending. Add in the sensor echo mechanic, and it works well.
+Interchangeable captains / crew / upgrades: I like the upgrade system FAR better than the Star Wars X-Wing.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Neko-san TOP 500 REVIEWER on September 25, 2013
The Star Trek Attack Wing is the latest miniature game from Wizkids. This game merges the Star Trek Tactics Miniatures with the X-Wing Miniature Game Flight Path to deliver an experience that is satisfyingly Star Trek.

Once I tried the X-Wing Miniature Game a few times, I knew that the flight path system was perfect for Star Trek. So I was happy to discover that Wizkids had licensed the flight path system from Fantasy Flight Games to use it with their Star Trek Miniatures.

Now, I admit I never got into the Star Trek Tactics game, it wasn't for me. However, I would have loved to buy a few of those, but Wizkids model of selling miniatures blindly was not for me either. Ironically, I recently got the chance to buy USS Enterprise, USS Reliant and IKS Gr'oth miniatures plus some cards as expansion packs to the Star trek Attacks Wing, which in turn convinced me to buy the starter pack.

The starter set includes three miniatures starships from Star Trek: The Next Generation. If these ships had been the counterparts from Star Trek: The Original Series, I would have bought the starter set without reservations. I like the TNG starships, but I like the TOS better. Anyway, the starships included in this set are:

The IKS Maht-H'A (Vor'Cha Class),
This model is about 2.5" long x 1.75" wide. The sculpt of this miniature is good, but the paint job is just OK. The Micro Machines version has more details. Although, both models are about the same size, this one looks better.

The IRW Khazara (D'Derdex Class).
The model is about 2.5" long x 2" wide. The sculpt and paint job of this miniature is excellent. The Micro Machines version has about the same details and size, but this model looks much better.
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