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Welcome to Star Wars: Armada Miniatures Wiki. This wiki is strictly for this miniatures game and the discussion of strategies with minimal lore. Feel free to contribute.

This Wiki is dedicated to the tabletop miniatures game Star Wars: Armada by Fantasy Flight Games.

Inspired by the awesome X-Wing Miniatures Wiki, for the (older) sister game, this wiki will serve the same purpose of being an easy look-up site for the components of the Star Wars: Armada miniatures game.

Publisher's DescriptionEdit

"Armada is an epic, fun, two-player miniatures game of large-scale fleet battles set in the Star Wars universe. The time is the height of the Galactic Civil War. As the Imperial Navy’s Star Destroyers move systematically across the galaxy to impose order and crush those who would oppose the evil Galactic Empire, the Rebel Alliance launches its rag-tag fleet of ships and starfighters on daring raids and surgical strikes. Its aim? Weaken the Empire, blow by blow."

"In Armada, you enter this ongoing conflict as a fleet admiral with either the Imperial Navy or Rebel Alliance. Your ships have come upon the enemy. Conflict is imminent. Thousands of crew race to their battle stations, preparing for massive exchanges of turbolaser fire. Thousands will die, but it is your job to command the fleet to victory. You must overcome your foes. You must achieve your objective. There is no room for failure."

"Even though Armada is a game of capital ships and starfighter squadrons – with battles on a scale large enough to alter the fate of the galaxy – their outcomes still hinge upon you and your decisions. If you wish to emerge victorious, the first thing you’ll need to do is learn how your ships function in battle. Capital ships aren’t nimble like starfighters. In fact, the larger and more powerful your ships, the more time they take to respond to your commands. You can’t react instantly to threats as they arise. You have to plan for the future."

Rules & Updates (Download) Edit

Star Wars Armada: Learn To Play (25 MB)

Star Wars Armada: Rules Reference (1 MB)

Star Wars Armada: Sector Fleet Rules (3,4 MB)

FAQ Version 4.1.1 / Effective 04/23/2018 (3 MB)

"This update contains the usual streamlined rules, clarifications, new questions, and other minor changes that come with refining the rules. In addition, today’s update includes errata to a couple of cards that players should be sure to read about."



Core Set

(Announced August 8, 2014 / Released March 27, 2015)

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Wave 1

(Announced November 10, 2014 / Released May 15, 2015)


(Announced April 6, 2015 / Released November 26, 2015)


(Announced March 16, 2016 / Released August 11, 2016)

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Wave 4

(Announced May 20, 2016 / Released August 5, 2016)


Wave 5

(Announced August 5, 2016 / Released December 22, 2016)

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Wave 6

(Announced March 14, 2017 / Released July 6, 2017)


Wave 7

(Announced August 25, 2017 / Released February 1, 2018)

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Super Star Destroyer Edit

(Announced August 1, 2018 / Scheduled for Quarter 3, 2019)

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Campaign Expansions

The Corellian Conflict Edit

(Announced July 22, 2016 / Released December 22, 2016)

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Rebellion in the Rim Edit

(Announced March 28, 2019 / Scheduled for Quarter 3, 2019)

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(Announced November 6, 2014 / Released March 2015)

(Announced February 6, 2014 / Released July 29, 2015)

Tournament Kits

Upgrades Edit


Armada releas-dates

Overviews Edit

Latest activityEdit

  • discussion page Ship Comparison Chart
    comment by Triangularer 3 days ago


    Hey,  Great work with the Ship Comparison Chart!  Is it possible to get your excel file for own use, for my own campains? If yes, my M... 



    It's a odt-file (open office). I hope you can work with it! Nice dice! Triangularer 

  • edit Bail Organa
    edited by Triangularer 3 days ago diff
    Summary: new card image
    Added photo:
  • discussion page Talk:Victory I-class Star Destroyer
    new comment by Triangularer 3 days ago
    Comment: Interesting idea! I never saw a Vic I-swarm before but could imagine, that it works quite well.
  • discussion page Talk:Darth Vader (Boarding Team)
    new comment by Triangularer 3 days ago
    Comment: Yes, if you have a token and dial. If you look at timing, then you'll notice: Vader Upgrade Card triggers when you reveal a command. You discard the...
  • discussion page Talk:Darth Vader (Boarding Team)
    new comment by A FANDOM user 4 days ago
    Comment: could you use BOTH Darth Vader (using a token) and Rapid Launch bays (using a dial) in the same round from an ISD 1 for example?..
  • discussion page Talk:Y-wing Squadron
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: As the cheapest Rebel bomber, it could be funny to run an absolute swarm of them with a couple Bomber Command Centers and General Dodonna.  You could...
  • discussion page Talk:VCX-100 Freighter
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: It can be amusing to use these things as your "spotters" with Commander Sato.  Anti-squadron fire would take forever to bring these things down, and...
  • discussion page Talk:Lancer-class Pursuit Craft
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: These are my favorite "finishers" to throw in with a squad of large heavy-hitting battleships.  Fast Rogue Bombers with a black die a really great at...
  • discussion page Talk:Z-95 Headhunter Squadron
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I find it funny that with these things the Rebels can potentially out-swarm the Empire.  Too bad you don't get six of them in the Core set and would...
  • discussion page Talk:VT-49 Decimator
    new comment by A FANDOM user
    Comment: I like how this thing sorta starts to blur the line between a squadron and a tiny ship.  It is super tough, it has rogue so it doesn't need a...