Issued in 2006 as a limited-edition accessory for the Star Wars Miniatures game from Wizards of the Coast, the AT-ST Attack on Endor Scenario Pack offers a selection of figures and scenarios for recreating classic Star Wars battles on the strategically vital forest moon.
In addition to the requisite cards, battle maps and scenario book, this boxed set also includes a plastic Imperial Scout Trooper, Stormtrooper and Stormtrooper Officer, as well as a fully assembled and pre-painted AT-ST Scout Walker model, scaled for use with the Star Wars Miniatures game.
This Endor configuration AT-ST has a different color scheme than the Blizzard Scout from the Star Wars Miniatures Battle of Hoth Scenario Pack (which we’ll unbox at a later date), and the Endor model also has orange blaster fire emitting from the front guns, which the Blizzard Scout does not.
Even though this scenario pack is over 10 years old, and the discontinued Star Wars Miniatures game from Wizards of the Coast is about to be supplanted by Star Wars: Legion from Fantasy Flight Games, unopened AT-ST Attack on Endor boxes are still readily available from both eBay and Amazon for more or less reasonable prices. (For now at least.)
In the above video, we unbox a previously unopened Star Wars Miniatures AT-AT Attack on Endor Scenario Pack and take a closer look at the out-of-production figures sealed within. The Scout Walker model is particularly nice, and should appeal to a wide range of Star Wars collectors, even if they’re not necessarily into tabletop wargaming.
Also, while the figures in this accessory pack are designed for use with the Star Wars Miniatures system, they could easily be pressed into service for other Star Wars themed wargames, such as Star Wars Miniatures Battles and perhaps even non-tournament games of Star Wars: Legion.