Star Wars: Legion - Yoda Commander Basics Advanced
Bring one of the most iconic Jedi to your Republic armies with the Grand Master Yoda Commander Expansion for Star Wars: Legion! Yoda has trained generations of Jedi Knights and he brings his skills both as a mentor and with a lightsaber to your armies. Whether he is aiding friendly units or using his mastery of the Ataru form of lightsaber combat, Yoda adds a powerful new option to the Republic’s ranks.
This expansion adds this legendary Jedi to your Star Wars: Legion collection, beginning with two beautifully detailed, unpainted Grand Master Yoda miniatures that can be assembled in a variety of poses, such as leaping into battle or concentrating while reaching out with the Force. All of Yoda’s skills, including his deep connection to the Force, are laid out on a unit card and his three signature command cards. These substantial powers can be further augmented by eight upgrade cards that grant him new Force powers and ways to command your armies. Finally, this expansion also includes a Republic unit card and an additional command card for the mighty Wookiee Chewbacca, allowing you to use your existing miniature in this faction.
|Publisher||Atomic Mass Games|
|Product Type||Miniatures Games|
|Product Sub-Type||Expansion Pack|
|Minimum Recommended Age||14|
|Genres||Based on Movies / TV / Radio | Science Fiction | Two-Player | Wargame|
Great gaming unit, amazing model, next usless assembly instruction
Praises are to FFG for the really fine unit, with a bonus unit card and command card for Chewie, a loyal Wookie buddy. This is however surpassed by the inclusion of enough elements to assemble 2 models of Yoda - in three variant poses altogether. It is a pity, that assembly instruction fall short. Leaping yoda pose is next to impossible to figure out on your own. Spare yourself frustration - go straight to Crabbok unboxing or Sorastro painting youtube videos.
Love the new cards and everything so happy to play with yoda. But the description for how to build his leaping pose model shouldn't even be considered instructions.... it literally just shows you a picture of the pieces you use and then a picture of what the model should look like when it's assembled.....