Last night we reached the climax of our trilogy, where our Inquisitors pursued a Jedi to the Hutt planet of Varda VI; attempting to retain diplomatic relations whilst bringing down a rebel insurrection; an epilogy video was uploaded this morning, you can now see the complete trilogy from start to finish:
Just finished running the first session of our Red Hand of the Empire trilogy, our players portraying a cell of four Imperial Inquisitors called the Red Hand, trained by Lord Vade himself.
Very enjoyable game to run, thanks to the players involved, looking forward to the next session 🙂
Sam posted in the Tide of Change group saying that it would be useful to see how some of the GMs prepare for their sessions, so over the course of the weekend I’ve maded this video outlining the process that I go through to create a Star Wars one-shot.
Continue reading How I prepare for a Star Wars one-shot
Chatting with Rob Davis last night, helping him sort out a character for a forth-coming Star Wars one-shot that I’m running and generally shooting about roleplaying games, past campaigns and the normal sort of stuff that RP enthusiasts tend to do when they get together (or chat via the medium of the internet as we were doing), Rob bought up a very interesting point. Continue reading Whatever happened to the Fate guy?
I really enjoyed running my recent Edge of the Empire one-shot Graveyard Shift, the players were great and it seemed to be really well received, this has lead to me planning two additional one-shot, one of which is an Age of Rebellion game where a small Y-Wing squadron attempts to free a prisoner with vital information from Jabba the Hutt and the other a Force & Destiny one-shot where the PCs are a small group of force-sensitives hiding on the Outer Rim who have been experiencing strange dreams that draw them towards an unchartered part of the Sector. Continue reading Two more Star Wars games
Adventures on the Outer Rim is the umbrella term that I’m using to refer to the loosely linked series of trilogies and one-shots for the FFG Star Wars RPGs that I’m going to be running over the next year and possibly beyond. When I first signed on with the Tides of Change FB group, a community dedicated to running Star Wars games Continue reading What is Adventures on the Outer Rim?
- Product Name: Star Wars Force and Destiny Roleplaying Game
- Author: Multiple
- Genre: Space-opera
- Size of the book: Approx 450 pages
- Central game mechanic: Dice designed for the game with special symbols
Continue reading RPG Review: Force and Destiny RPG by Fantasy Flight Games