Applicable Expansions

StarCraft: The Board Game - Missions Variant

last updated February 8th, 2024 — created February 16th, 2017

We created a variant that we use sometimes, though our favorite way to play is using the Brood War Expansion Scenarios. This variant is designed to force players to wage war and limit "camp and build" strategies. The variant includes custom printable cards to be cut out and played with. We have also included SVG cut files for the cards if you have a cutting machine. The variant has been adapted to work with the base game, though it's best if you have the Brood War Expansion components.

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Download the Brood War Missions Variant
This PDF is 300 DPI (suitable for printing)

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