"I can't abide those Jawas. Disgusting creatures."
Almost no one knows what Jawas look like beneath their hooded brown robes—not even on
Tatooine, where nearly everyone knows them by reputation. They are junk droid scavengers and merchants, and they traverse the desert planet in their massive, treaded sandcrawlers, hawking their wares to moisture farmers with few other options.
Not quite hostile, these Jawas aren't truly friendly, either. Because their droids are often hastily refurbished, they push to strike their bargains quickly. Then they roll away in their sandcrawlers before the droids have a chance to malfunction.
It's this combination of mystery, haggling, and droid-focused trickery that you'll find brought to life by the figure, missions, and cards in the Jawa Scavenger Villain Pack for Imperial Assault.
So Lets pop it open and take a peak inside see what we get to add to our games of Imperial Assault.
The cheapest version, though of course they are all pretty cheap is a bit weaker, but he can use harass to add strain to a hit even if he doesn't do damage.
The imperials get a couple of agenda cards with Jawa raid to add them in, or Ion Blasters who adds a bit more punch.
Upgrade wise we get the mechanical salvage attachment, that can put on a droid to drop its speed by 1, but ALSO its cost by 3 for the mission letting you get more on the table.
There HAD to be an "Utinni!" card, I'm so glad FFG did it You use it at the start of the round, and each friendly Jawa gains 1 speed, 1 accuracy and surge if you are attacking to gain a VP.
Navigation upgrade it an Acton and strain to play it, then you can exhaust it in a friendly droids movement to give them an extra movement point.
Triangulate is an action that causes a figure in 5 spaces and line of sight to suffer damage equal to the number of droids up 3 that are line of sight of it, so great for droid heavy decks.
A good solid pack, as always brings more missions, which is always a good thing so well worth picking up even if not your main faction.
The pack comes with an RRP of £9.99 so head on over to your local game store and grab yourself a pack to get a load more Imperial Assault goodness to play in campaign or Skirmish mode.
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