After two years, Wizards of the Coast’s Dawn of the Defiance RPGA campaign has concluded with Episode #10: Jaws of the Sarlacc. In this week’s Star Wars roundup I’ve got a link to the module as well as Rodney Thompson’s[…]Read more
The WotC’s preview for Galaxy at War leads off this week’s Star Wars RPG round up. After that, I’ve got the blog round-up which includes posts about dealing with Star Wars canon issues, how to write a crawl, and the[…]Read more
A whole host of people involved in Star Wars: Saga Edition in one form or another have joined Twitter over the last few weeks. It’s great to see — D&D 4th Edition and Pathfinder have sizable fan bases on Twitter,[…]Read more
After seeing several Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition round ups over at RPG Bloggers, I decided that Star Wars: Saga Edition could use a little link love as well. There’s not as much news for Saga Edition as there is for 4E, so expect these digests to be posted once or twice a month. In this round up I look at Wizards of the Coast’s new web articles, a new lightsaber form at Saga-Edition.com, and the latest episode of the Order 66 podcast.
WotC: Role-playing Game
- Dawn of Defiance #9: The Sword of the Empire: The latest installment of Wizards quasi-living RPGA Star Wars campaign.
- Rebellion Era Campaign Guid Excerpt 1: SpecForce: Guerrilla, Infiltrator & Marine: A look at the Rebellion’s special forces unit.
Our Star Wars campaign reached a major milestone last Friday: our heroes bought their first starship. The group is loosely divided into two factions: the Jedi padawans and the crew. The later group served aboard a ship known as the[…]Read more
Another week, another game of Star Wars. The adventure rolls on with a special flashback episode. Last week, our band of heroes learned of 32 Belasco Division E-company (aka the Early Birds), an Old Republic Army advance assault unit that[…]Read more
We played our first Star Wars game since December on Friday. Prepping the session had me digging through my various web resources looking for inspiration (and new entries for the campaign blog). They’re a useful collection of tools for anyone[…]Read more
After five sessions of fighting pirates and swoop bike gangers, the heroes of my Knights of the Old Republic campaign went up against their first Sith: Kaldros Ygin, an arrogant self-assured student of the Dark Lady Aldera. I’ve been dropping[…]Read more
One of the challenges of running a Star Wars campaign is finding a way to incorporate plenty of Jedi and their Sith nemeses without tearing asunder the canonical Star Wars timeline. The Expanded Universe has helped with this, providing a[…]Read more
One area where Star Wars: Saga Edition could use some help are its creatures. There are certainly a number of them out there, particularly the iconic ones from the movies, but the system tends to come up a little short[…]Read more