Buying two core sets is a good idea in most TT-games because they normaly have a significantly lower price….splitting the factions with a friend does double that effect. Problem with FFG is…there are different cards in the extra sets then with the core set….just like with X-Wing where the extra x-wings had other cards then the ones in the core set….so you might pay more…but you only get all cards the expensive way 🙁
I will go the “buy one to see if its up my alley” and if so…buy the second one later 🙂
And the AT-ST is way bigger then the AI one…and the Snowspeeder is big too…so the prices are ok for the size in a SW license. Such a shame I did not make a picture of the display at the con to show you guys 🙁
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