Fantasy Flight Games has a fantastic Star Wars ecosystem of gaming and this is just one more feather in that cap. Personally, I want to get this set plus Jedi Luke Skywalker and play out a scenario I’ve had in mind for years. Desert DustBowl – Rancor vs Luke: The Rematch!
At Gen Con in 2012, it was announced that was one of the designers of Fantasy Flight Games' new -themed , . That year, he discussed on his blog the names of two future installments: a vs. campaign named in and a -based campaign called in .
Fantasy Flight Games defines a "Living Card Game" as a variant of . LCGs have regular expansions and deck-building like CCGs, but do not have the "blind buy purchase model" of CCGs. Instead of randomized and , LCGs have core sets, expansion packs, and deluxe expansions with fixed cards. The core set comes with pre-constructed starter decks, and is designed to be self-contained (it can be played by itself, or through constructed play with expansions). Expansion packs are released on a monthly or near-monthly basis, and have 3 copies of 20 new cards, for a total of 60 cards. Deluxe expansions are released less frequently, and typically contain 3 copies of 55 new cards, for a total of 165 cards.