The game arrives and your local friendly game store (FLGS) on Force Friday
“The Resistance will not be intimidated by you.”
– Poe Dameron, Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce the Star Wars: Destiny Two-Player Game, available September 1st in celebration of Force Friday II!
The Star Wars™: Destiny Two-Player Game puts you in an epic battle as Kylo Ren and Captain Phasma challenge heroes Rey and Poe using the fast-paced and easy-to-learn Star Wars: Destiny system. The first player to deplete the health of their opponents through melee and ranged attacks wins the game!
For a deeper look at the mechanics behind Star Wars: Destiny, check out the Destiny minisite as well as our extensive previews showcasing every part of the game!
- Preview the tactics of Red, Blue and Yellow characters
- Learn the ins-and-outs of dice in Star Wars: Destiny
- Read a gameplay example
The Star Wars: Destiny Two-Player Game features two twenty-three card decks, rules, and all the resource, shield, and damage tokens needed for a game of Star Wars: Destiny, allowing you and a friend to begin playing almost immediately!
Forces of Order
The Star Wars: Destiny Two-Player Game features a mix of previously released Destiny cards and brand new characters, upgrades, supports, battlefields, and events. These brand new cards include events and characters inspired by Star Wars: The Last Jedi!
The 23-card Villain deck features new versions of both Kylo Ren and Captain Phasma. Kylo Ren, Tormented One (Two-Player Game, 1) costs fourteen points for a regular version or seventeen for an elite. With three sides showing melee damage, this version of Kylo Ren can act as your primary damage dealer while also providing a disrupt and resource side. Kylo’s special ability is a twist on his Awakenings counterpart, letting you choose a color as you activate him and then looking at a random card in an opponent’s hand. If the color of the card matches the color you named, you deal two damage to a character. Not only does this let you deal damage to a character without using up an action, card, or die, it lets you get a glimpse of your opponent’s hand, letting you know if they have any tricks up their sleeve.
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