Star Wars Armada

Star Wars: Armada: Pelta-Class Frigate New
$ 51.75 CAD
Star Wars: Armada: Recusant-Class Destroyer New
$ 88.00 CAD
Star Wars Armada: Separatist Alliance Fleet Starter New
$ 131.00 CAD
Star Wars Armada: Galactic Republic Fleet Starter New
$ 131.00 CAD
Star Wars Armada: Dial Pack New
$ 11.00 CAD
$ 15.00 CAD
Star Wars Armada: Upgrade Card Collection New
$ 25.00 CAD
$ 45.00 CAD
Star Wars Armada: Separatist Fighter Squadrons Expansions Pack New
$ 30.75 CAD
Star Wars Armada: Republic Fighter Squadrons Expansion Pack New
$ 30.75 CAD
Star Wars: Armada: Onager-Class Star Destroyer Expansion Pack New
$ 70.25 CAD
Star Wars Armada: Rebellion In The Rim New
$ 37.00 CAD
Star Wars: Armada: Profundity Expansion Pack New
$ 42.50 CAD

Star Wars Armada allows you to assume the role of fleet admiral!

Control either the forces of the Imperial Navy or Rebel Alliance as you wage war in the galactic universe. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • 1. What is Star Wars Armada?

    Star Wars: Armada is a miniatures game from Fantasy Flight Games. It is a two player game focused on space combat between the Galactic Empire and the Rebel Alliance. The base set contains ten squadrons of TIE Fighters and X-Wings, dice, cards, and painted models for a Victory-class Star Destroyer, CR90 Corvette, and a Nebulon-B Frigate. There are also starter sets for the Galactic Republic and Separatist Alliance.

  • 2. What do i need to get started with Star Wars Armada?

    All you need to get started is the Base set or a single player starter for one of the Clone Wars factions.

  • 3. What should I add on to my Star Wars Armada?

    More ships and squadrons on the table will generally always be more fun, and the game’s well balanced so it’s hard to go wrong.

  • 4. How is Star Wars Armada played?

    Star Wars Armada is played on a 6'x3 play area each player brings a fleet of 400 points. Star Wars: Armada is a competitive game in which each player controls a fleet of ships and squadrons. By commanding, attacking, and maneuvering with their ships and squadrons, they damage and destroy each other’s fleet. The goal is to destroy as much of the opposing fleet’s force as possible by the end of the sixth round. The game ends immediately if all of one player’s ships are destroyed. Each game will take about 2 hours to play.

  • 5. Is Star Wars Armada hard to play?

    With the intuitive dice based attack mechanics, the streamlined critical hit system or the simple card based approach to list building, all of which will be familiar to players of X-Wing. There’s a lot of depth here. The free rules can be found at