A box of Fire Warriors would come with the following:
- Six, instead of twelve, Fire Warriors. (Gun drones are sold separately.)
- Twelve cards with artwork and rules text.
- One "SERGEANT" token for the Shas'ui.
- Six "WOUND" tokens.
- One "PINNED" token.
- One "FEAR" token.
- One "CHALLENGE" token.
- One "GO TO GROUND" token.
- One "PHOTON GRENADE" token, double-sided to show if you've thrown it this turn.
- One "EMP GRENADE" token, also double-sided.
- Four "BLIND" tokens to put on the targets you hit with the photon grenade.
- One token to show that they're inside a transport.
- And one last token, to show that they're in reserve.
You would not be able to use it unless you had bought the WARHAMMER 40,000 STARTER SET for $99, which includes one Space Marine Dreadnought and three Chaos bikers. Along with blast templates, cardboard range rulers, two decks of cards in different sizes, twelve six-sided dice with weird symbols on them, an insert that says where to download the dice-roller app, and enough different kinds of tokens that only fishers and jewelry hobbyists already have an appropriate box for them on hand.
On the plus side, at least their points cost would be balanced.
(Fantasy Flight Games produces Twilight Imperium, the XCOM board game, the X-Wing miniatures game, and a whole bunch of other board games. They are notorious for their token fetish.)
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