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"Boba Fett In Slave I" Card Online

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Decipher released information and pictures for it's new Enhanced Cloud City premium line. Eight of twelve new cards are previewed on their web site [no longer online].

One Dark Side card that comes to our attention is Boba Fett in Slave I:

If it wasn't for Boba Fett's crafty use of his Firespray-class Attack Ship, Han Solo might never have ended up as a Jabba popsicle. The deadly Boba Fett In Slave 1 provides a fantastic power of 7, and good maneuver and hyperspeed for chasing those fleeing good guys. Note also it's capacity for 3 passengers, just right for a fellow bounty hunter with a captive or two, or perhaps just some well chosen forfeit fodder.

Like "Red Leader In Red 1" and "Gold Leader In Gold 1," Boba Fett in Slave 1 draws a battle destiny if not able to otherwise - a powerful function that makes him into a one-man (and one-ship) beatdown crew.

But note Boba's advantage over the Rebel Leaders - in his craft he is immune to attrition < 5! Maybe you won't be needing that forfeit fodder after all.... but at power 7 + one battle destiny in a single card, the Light Side probably will!

The cards were unveiled and used yesterday in a tournament in Germany. They'll be in stores after DecipherCon.


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