Fantasy Flight Games is bringing the Clone Wars to its Star Wars Legion miniatures combat game. Slated for a Q3 release, The Clone Wars Core Set is completely compatible with all previous Legion rules and minis, or it can be played on its own.

The Core Set box contains units for the villainous Separatist Alliance and the noble Galactic Republic. The base set includes 18 B1 Battle Droids miniatures and four Droidekas in both wheel and standard forms for the Separatists, and 14 Phase I Clone Troopers along with a BARC Speeder for the Republic. Each faction also gets a leader. The Separatists are under the command of General Grievous, while the Republic is led by Jedi Knight Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Like previous Star Wars Legion products, the miniatures are unassembled and unpainted. General Grievous can be built in one of three different modes – either with two trophy lightsabers and a cloak, one trophy lightsaber, a DT-57 Annihilator blaster pistol, and a cloak, or with four trophy lightsabers (no cloak). The BARC Speeder can be assembled with or without a sidecar that allows for a gunner.

Additional game components in the Core Set include command cards specific to Grievous and Kenobi as well as two copies each of “Ambush”, “Push”, “Assault”, and “Standing Orders” from the original Star Wars Legion updated with new art specific to the Clone Wars setting. There are also 40 upgrade cards to allow players to customize their units. Twelve battle cards and eight barricades help define the battlefield, and movement tools, range rulers, dice, and tokens round out the contents. Like with the original rules, Star Wars Legion Clone Wars Core Set is for 2 players aged 14 and up. MSRP is $99.95.

In addition to the core set, FFG will also release an expansion pack for each faction. The B1 Battle Droids Unit Expansion comes with nine Battle Droids, two of which are equipped with heavy weapons. The Phase I Clone Troopers Unit Expansion comes with five troopers wielding DC-15A blaster rifles, one wielding a DC-15 blaster rifle, and one with a Z-6 heavy blaster. Both expansion packs include a unit card and several upgrade cards. MSRP is $24.95 each.

The company also announced an Upgrade Pack that collects upgrade cards from every Star Wars Legion expansion, so players will now be able to customize their units any way they like, no matter which faction they play. The Upgrade Pack is also scheduled for Q3. MSRP is $9.95.

See gallery below for images of all products.