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  1. Glorious Chief

    Compiled Resources List

    Not sure if I missed it but, did not someone make a blog of sorts for deck plans and ships? I have been looking for some ships to offer my players at a given point. I am looking for some blank deck plans but am struggling to find the original source. Nevermind! I found the site. It does not have floor plans but I am sure I can them when I need to! https://kainrath.wordpress.com/
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    The whole Imperial Army thing...

    That is actually how I was treating the Empire's military in my game. I told my players that you will find more Imperial Army soldiers than stormtroopers. If you do, it is probably a good idea to get out of dodge.
  3. I was excited to see them too! And there were a handful of Stormtroopers but you had to dig through the background to find em. That was a great, chaotic battle scene.
  4. Enfys Nest since they seemed to tangle regularly with Crimson Dawn. Also that pole with thesShockwave Enfys uses at the end to down a bunch of the Crimson guards. Lando's capes.
  5. Saw this a few hours ago and I must say that I really enjoyed the movie. I went in with low expectations and came out very pleased. Donald Glover's representation of Lando was excellent. Beckett was a great addition though I wish we got more interactions with him and him crew. I thought Enfys Nest was pretty badass. So much material for GMs lol. Seeing the Star Destroyers being built was very cool and I like how they did not trash the Solo trilogy and incorporated aspects of it into the movie.
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    Character creation examples/walk through

    I just ran my first ever GM session for Edge of the Empire. I did a test run with my GM from another game I am in beforehand. From that experience, I came up with the below character creation method. My players all thought it went incredibly well, was smooth, easy to get through and they had a lot of fun. Steps 1-3 covered background and appearance of the PCs. Probably spent a good hour pouring over these steps. Step #1) Species, gender, body type, name and etc. (Core + Explorer, Hired Gun & Smuggler source books were on hand.) Step #2) Profession + specialization(s) Step #3) I allowed the to pick Obligation and gave them x2 for extra credits and XP gained when choosing obligations. This helped flesh out their characters a lot more. I also had them pick their motivations. This helped them flesh out their background before spending XP. Gives them a chance to decide if they want to change their profession and or specialization before moving onto the next step. Steps 4-5 were all about spending XP and Credits. Spent another hour or more here as well. Step #4) Spending XP on characteristics, skills and talents. Step #5) Spending all them credits on armour, weapons and equipment. I gave everyone, for free, a backpack, commlink, and a datapad. Everything else they had to buy. I also started them with no ship. They are going to have to earn their first hunk of junk.
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    Spec/Talent Sheets

    These are great! I just ran my first session and these will be very helpful additions for my players to have on hand. Much appreciated RLogue177!
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    Community Theme Ideas

    I am jealous. I never got to play the OT, ever. I had to endure watching someone else play the entire series via youtube. What. A. Masterpiece. Since I only have the PS4, I do not have the chance to do so. :-(... But I agree, the narrative dice system will be perfect for the Mass Effect universe.
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    Community Theme Ideas

    It really does. And with Andromeda's future dlc and follow-up games getting canned, a table top rpg will totally fill that void.
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    Community Theme Ideas

    I forgot to mention a setting I have had mulling around in my head for sometime, a setting in the United States from the colonial Era to the tail end of the 1800's, inspired by the anime Mushishi. I haven't had a chance to really look into the idea but I wanted to share since this system seems like a good fit for it.
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    Community Theme Ideas

    I want to echo the suggestions for Mass Effect and Cowboy Bebop. My own mention is: One Piece - Of all the anime suggestions in this thread, I am surprised no one has mentioned this one, at all. (Unless I missed it.) It has a deep, very well developed setting that has a lot to offer players. When I first started following One Piece, I realized how much fun it would be on the table top. There is a lot of depth and diversity to the setting that also allows for a ton of creativity for the players to pursue.
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    Large scale Star Wars miniature game

    Sorry to resurrect this thread but, why does everyone always want the large scale wargame for Star Wars set in the rebellion era?? We have one era decently detailed that was all about massive battles in many different environments, the Clone Wars. There are 3 movies and an entire television series detailing the war, so why does everyone want to always do the rebellion era for the large scale war game? There is the Horus Heresy boardgame that can be converted to have one person leading the Republic Clone Trooper legions while another commands the droideka and Geonosian forces in the battle first battle for Geonosis. Or convert the Imperial Assault into a game about a group of clones starting off at the training center on Kamino and eventually becoming ARC Troopers or the equivalent there of. There are already the X-Wing and Armada games that do not need to have anything said about there. There are plenty of things to do with that era. (Not to mention the boat loads of Jedi wandering about, smuggling, mercenaries, and etc.)
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    The next "region"book after Hutt Space...

    I would love to see a Corporate Sector book or books detailing the major trade routes. I feel like the trade routes can cover a lot of ground in expanding the play area for groups. Heck even one covering a smattering minor trade routes wouldn't be a bad idea either.
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    Lords of Nal Hutta: Hutt Space Sourcebook!

    I had read somewhere that the Hutts were formidable warriors long before their rise as the galaxy's ruling underworld elite. So I don't see why they couldn't be playable as PC's. The one thing I am sure about is that this is an instabuy for me. No doubt about it. And in honor of the news: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSYZ9spF4l4
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