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Giorgio

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  1. A few things that stood out to me: (41:38) Star Wars RPG is in active development of new products. (52:00) A Legend of the Five Rings web-stories printed omnibus is a possibility. (52:46) A Legend of the Five Rings "grand strategy" board game is a strong possibility if the right idea/pitch is found.
  2. Fallout: Yes to more expansions. ES Boardgame: Not that I recall.
  3. A Chat with Head of Studio, Andrew Navaro
  4. Has the AMA been posted on YouTube? I can't find it on the FFG Videos list.
  5. Hello Andrew, Thank you for engaging with the FFG community with your AMA, more communication with your active player base is always welcomed! My questions are RPG related: 1- I have almost all the physical and digital products for your Star Wars and Legend of the Five Rings RPGs; yet there is no support for us GMs who use VTTs (Astral, Roll20, Fantasy Grounds) or related software (Hero Lab, Realms Work…). Does FFG have any future plans for providing VTT support for their RPG lines? 2-The DragonStar RPG license has been dead since 2012; with so many great rule sets that can support this game (Starfinder, Savage World, Fate Core…), can this RPG be sold or licensed to another company who can bring this game back to life? 3-Given the limited releases in the three Star Wars RPGs (AoR, EoTE, F&D), are these game lines active, winding down, or going to have a “slow silent unannounced death”? SW interest is alive and well with the Disney movies, TV shows, games, theme parks…
  6. Sure I will be happy to participate in that type of conversation, say around mid-February or so when I continue work on my campaign development. I am currently focusing on finishing a January only online university class, to that has priority right now.
  7. What do you have in mind? A general overview of my work-in-progress campaign setting, or a detailed breakdown of the "why" of the decisions I have made as a GM in creating the campaign in a certain way (add this, subtract this, ignore this, change this...), for a certain play style and for a certain player audience?
  8. FFG Star Wars EoTE Under the "support" tab are additional resources and a follow up adventure to the EOTE beginner box set adventure. There are also some free adventures in the AOR and F&D support sections, so you might also want to pick those up. All of the GMs screen kits (to my knowledge) also have additional adventures included. Many of them can be combined with the beginner box set and online support adventures to make a three part mini-campaign. I would start with these types of adventures first, before trying out the "big" adventures like The Jewel Of Javin and Mask of the Pirate Queen.
  9. Learn the rules from the beginner games sets first, and if reading is not your strong suite, take advantage of all the online videos, Let's Play, audio podcasts and similar resources. Once you got the basics down, read any section of a specific book you need for your next adventure, and slowly work you way up as the needed arises. The rules make sense over time as you play the game, there is no need to rush and read the core rulebook cover to cover as a starting GM.
  10. @andynorton, Let us know if any of the advice above helped. I have none to offer as it has been about a decade since I ran a group that size. I find that a player group of 4-6 is my comfort zone as a GM.
  11. Image from a recent FB post from the FFG account, comparison of the size of a AT-ST between the Imperial Assault board game and the Legion Miniature game. I will edit this post later with their prices (need to research it first).
  12. I hope the new Dawn of Rebellion sourcebook helps clarify what starships/vehicles where in use during that time frame, it will be a big help for many GMs I am sure.
  13. With the new images posted it looks like many of the SDs are a total lost, and the Supremacy has a "clean" break that shears into a 2/3 and 1/3 sections. Given Star Wars Physics and what we know of the First Order, I would not be surprised if their mobile capital/HQ/shipyard/drydock/warship/commandship/carrier can be repaired.
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