Star Wars Miniatures
- Rebel Storm
- Clone Strike
- Revenge of the Sith
- Attack on Endor
- Champions of the Force
- Bounty Hunters
- Starship Battles
- Alliance and Empire
- Rebels and Imperials
- The Force Unleashed
- Battle of Hoth
- Legacy of the Force
- Knights of the Old Republic
- The Clone Wars
- Imperial Entanglements
- Jedi Academy
- Galaxy at War
- The Dark Times
- Masters of the Force
- Maps & Rule Books
Released September 3, 2004. Being the premiere set of the game, Rebel Storm focused on the struggle between the Rebels and the Imperials throughout the classic Star Wars trilogy. Only characters from the three original movies (A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi) were included.
Released December 4, 2004. Clone Strike represented the struggle between the Republic and the Separatists at the dawn of the Clone Wars consisting of figures from The Phantom Menace and Attack of the Clones films as well as figures from the Clone Wars Animated Micro Series. Clone Strike was the first set to be taken out of print, and many of its pieces are especially sought after for that reason.
Released April 2005. Revenge of the Sith was based on the movie of the same name. Characters from the final movie in the Star Wars saga were introduced in this set, with the exception of the young Boba Fett, who only appeared in Attack of the Clones.
Released August 19, 2005. Universe is a set that spans the entire Star Wars chronology, ranging from The Phantom Menace to the invasion of the Yuuzhan Vong. This is the first set to feature a substantial number of individuals from the Expanded Universe as well as Huge figures (particularly large figures that take up a 3 inch square area on a map).
Released June 2006. Champions of the Force introduced the Old Republic and Sith factions, and mainly takes place during the Great Hyperspace War and Sith War of the Star Wars timeline but overall covers all eras of the Star Wars Universe. Includes figures like Luke Skywalker and Exar Kun as well as Dark Jedi.
Released September 2006. Bounty Hunters has a focus on the Fringe faction for the most part featuring the underworld of gangsters, bounty hunters, mercenaries, and a new faction the Mandalorians plus some Separatists and Rebels, with less emphasis on Expanded Universe figures. The Republic and Empire each receive a token figure. It includes 11 huge figures, rather than the 10 included in "Universe".
Released November 2006. This is the name for the stand-alone space combat game released in November 2006. This game is centered on starship combat. Players control starships (fighters and capital ships) rather than individual characters. The Starter set includes the Executor Class Star Dreadnought Executor (from the Galactic Civil War Era) and the Mon Calamari Star Defender Viscount (from the New Jedi Order Era) along with eight randomized ships. The boosters contain 7 randomized ships from all eras. There are 60 different ships to collect. In this new expansion, different rules apply. Squads are divided into a Dark or Light side faction, and recommended squad size in a free-for-all is about 300 points. There are ships and fighters from all six movies. This stand-alone combat system received no further support from Wizards of the Coast, and is out of print.
Released May 2007. This set celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Star Wars saga with a collection of miniatures inspired by the original Star Wars film. Figures are drawn from the landmark films to the computer games and the novels. The set pits the Rebellion against the Empire in battles to decide the fate of the galaxy. The 60 miniatures in this anniversary edition have square bases to commemorate the 30th anniversary. Each miniature's base has the Star Wars logo on the front.
This set constitutes a re-release of selected minis from previous sets, focusing on characters from the original trilogy. The set consists of 24 miniatures, and was released in packages of two figures each.
Released November 16, 2007. The set contains figures that are based on Star Wars: The Force Unleashed videogame and the Battle of Hoth.
Released March 28, 2008. This set includes figures from the Hyperspace War to the Legacy era. The majority of figures are drawn from the Legacy comics or the Legacy of the Force novels, though a few are also drawn from the Tales of the Jedi and Rebellion comics.
Released August 19, 2008. This set mainly includes figures from the Old Republic era, including iconic figures from the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords video games and the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic comics. Republic characters from the prequel trilogy (with focus on the Gungan race) also made an appearance, along with a few of the major characters from the Classic Trilogy.
Released October 31, 2008. This set includes figures from the animated TV series of the same name. This and subsequent sets will contain 40 miniatures rather than the customary 60 figure count from previous sets.
Released March 17, 2009, this set consists of 40 figures from the Original Trilogy era, including figures from Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire.
Released June 30, 2009, this set consists of 40 figures from the Original Trilogy era, the Prequel Trilogy era, and the Expanded universe and is centered on force users, with every Rare and Very Rare character being a Jedi or Sith. It includes sith figures like Darth Plagueis and Darth Sidious.
Released October 23, 2009, this set consists of 40 figures from the aforementioned animated TV series. Rounding out season 1, it includes many incarnations of the heroes of the Republic along with an emphasis on Separatist commander characters.
Released January 26, 2010, this set consists of 40 figures. Bounty hunters are a theme and the set contains several characters from the Dark Times comic series.
Released April 6, 2010, this set consists of 40 figures; Jedi masters are a major theme including the force spirits of Anakin Skywalker and Yoda. A unique feature of this set includes representations of the monsters used in the iconic Dejarik ("holochess") game played by R2-D2 and Chewbacca in Star Wars Episode 4: A New Hope.