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Kainrath's loot table format is kinda....  Off....

 

So, I reformatted and slightly revised it.  Mostly shortening entries, but I also got rid of some of the 'deeds' and replaced with 'map to' or 'schematic of' in some cases.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WVl7G9cTwrn81pfHbHCubfrrv3gYGgu3X2fbx8_m9HI/edit

 

It's still his roll table, but a much more print friendly version.

 

 

Also, since I can't find a single file for this anymore, I made a printable format for the EotE page backgrounds.  mfluder photoshopped them into images, and I just put the images on the same document.

 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lFpeFN7wcdC2R9eiJ6hpEpNT1MdPfg3su19yPGXLKNE/edit

 

Should work without issue.  I don't think I have to do anything with my printer settings to make it fit.  It does print out with a small white border that is uniform all around, so don't worry about the formatting of the images on the document.

Edited by Serif Marak

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Sorry but...

i was looking for OggDude Char Gen and i tried both link here, but they are'nt working...

OggDude keeps his first post updated with the current links.

See https://community.fantasyflightgames.com/topic/89135-another-character-generator/#entry848918

If those links don’t work for you, then it might be a problem with dropbox or whatever hosting provider is being used, and you should post in that thread to see if anyone knows of any current problems.

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I created some data cards for the different lightsaber crystals, I thought they'd be a nice thing to give players when they get a lightsaber crystal as a sort of loot card.  The full set is in a zip file here.  Samples below.  I haven't got my copy of Endless Vigil yet so you'll have to wait on those until my book turns up, unless someone wants to send me the info, but I've done FaD, KtP and SS.  Also please point out any errors you spot so I can correct them. 

 

Ilum%20Crystal%20Datasheet.PNG

 

Dantari%20Crystal%20Datasheet.PNG

 

Kimber%20Stone%20Datasheet.PNG

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Some proofreading errors:

 

Barab Ingot:

 

When installed in a lightsaber. They...

should be "lightsaber, they..."

 

Dantari crystal:

 

Discovered within the eggs of the kinrath- giant, venomous, cave-dwelling arachnids- it....

There should be an em dash at these points.

 

Kimber stone:

 

...kimber stones are occasionallysold...

Missing a space. Either that, or the font is wonky.

 

Krayt dragon pearl:

 

The Terrible krayt dragons...

Unnecessary capital T.

 

Sorian crystal:

 

...stones originate. Many traders...

 

...moving at high speed-such as another lightsaber.

I believe the first line should be "originate, many," and the second should have an em dash instead.

 

I think that may be everything I noticed.

 

EDIT:

 

Dragite gem:

 

...one of the most brittle...

Shouldn't that be brittlest?

Edited by Blackbird888

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I've added the Edge of the Kingdom fantasy conversion that Blue Dog shared (it's at the bottom of the page with other applications for new settings). 

 

-Nate

Edited by Nate

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how do you use the range scale that PlainDog added? 

I mean, it seems to me you would need such a scale around every character as you can be engaged with one enemy but in short with another and they both are medium from each other for example (if they try to flank you for example).

 

This becomes tedious and something that Roll20 should be able to do easily but then you enter the realm of movement points like in DnD which this system tried to somewhat avoid.

 

Am i missing something? 

 

(If you need further clarification, the range bands works like radar rings around your character extending outwards to count the number of movements and difficulties you will have in an encounter)

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how do you use the range scale that PlainDog added? 

I mean, it seems to me you would need such a scale around every character as you can be engaged with one enemy but in short with another and they both are medium from each other for example (if they try to flank you for example).

 

This becomes tedious and something that Roll20 should be able to do easily but then you enter the realm of movement points like in DnD which this system tried to somewhat avoid.

 

Am i missing something? 

 

(If you need further clarification, the range bands works like radar rings around your character extending outwards to count the number of movements and difficulties you will have in an encounter)

 

Its just to learn the players how ranges work. It's purely informational for the player and we are not using it in any way with models etc  :)

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Oh and I am also working on a Interactive Mission Board for my players in Powerpoint. When they come to a spacestation they can look up missions on it. I am going to use it with a HP Pavilion tablet PC with a touchscreen. Can't wait to try it out in my little Star Wars sandbox

 

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cWtvZlpR.jpeg

 

dHVqWld1.jpeg

 

S0szSnlu.jpeg

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I have no idea if any of this will be useful to any of you, but here's some visual assets I made for my own Roll20 games.

 

I found that players were forgetting the Diceroll macro Roll20 uses for EotE dice, so I made this as a little reminder to leave on the screen at all times, haven't had a single forgetful player since. (Here it is as a transparent PNG to blend in with backgrounds that aren't black). Naturally only gonna be useful for people who play on Roll20 and use the API script for Star Wars dice, but figured it might help someone out.

ANAVW5t.png

 

I also made some tokens for destiny points, so I could just leave them on the "table" as a nice little visual reminder.

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I might be able to dig up the PSDs for these if anyone needs them for some reason, just shoot me a PM or something.

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Oh and I am also working on a Interactive Mission Board for my players in Powerpoint. When they come to a spacestation they can look up missions on it. I am going to use it with a HP Pavilion tablet PC with a touchscreen. Can't wait to try it out in my little Star Wars sandbox

 

YUJ6clZv.jpeg

 

cWtvZlpR.jpeg

 

dHVqWld1.jpeg

 

S0szSnlu.jpeg

looks awesome!

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Oh and I am also working on a Interactive Mission Board for my players in Powerpoint. When they come to a spacestation they can look up missions on it. I am going to use it with a HP Pavilion tablet PC with a touchscreen. Can't wait to try it out in my little Star Wars sandbox

 

YUJ6clZv.jpeg

 

cWtvZlpR.jpeg

 

dHVqWld1.jpeg

 

S0szSnlu.jpeg

looks awesome!

 

If I said I wasn't at least a little aroused, I would be a filthy liar....

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I have no idea if any of this will be useful to any of you, but here's some visual assets I made for my own Roll20 games.

 

I found that players were forgetting the Diceroll macro Roll20 uses for EotE dice, so I made this as a little reminder to leave on the screen at all times, haven't had a single forgetful player since. (Here it is as a transparent PNG to blend in with backgrounds that aren't black). Naturally only gonna be useful for people who play on Roll20 and use the API script for Star Wars dice, but figured it might help someone out.

ANAVW5t.png

 

I also made some tokens for destiny points, so I could just leave them on the "table" as a nice little visual reminder.

09boguM.pnghLGjXIm.png

 

 

I might be able to dig up the PSDs for these if anyone needs them for some reason, just shoot me a PM or something.

 

 

I sort of want to make Destiny Point coasters now... Thanks!

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I remember a few months back or so coming across either a website or program (I can't really remember to be honest) that had loads of stat profiles on it, but the main use it had was you could build your own NPCs into the 'software' and it would show you the dice pool for each check. It was SUPER helpful for remembering what you're rolling for minion groups, as that obviously changes based on how many minions are left. Does anyone know where I can find that again? I wasn't GM'ing at the time so stupidly forgot to bookmark it.

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My custom resources:

 

Destiny Point reference sheet

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-vHxBvtUOXP2alSVtFDbo4lf9WisYr_SkqxVQXUB-gE

 

Stat tracker

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8URJ03ZOHBfUEJqNnNoRy1MQVE

 

Generic Obligation Chart

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1tYMMLr6FP08tvP95wLI4QUBXlvC_mQ-_E27oeofigXY

 

Skills reference

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8URJ03ZOHBfbG84dTRtb3A0SUU

 

Social Encounter reference sheet

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8URJ03ZOHBfRlN5QlVLdVQ3bFk

 

Soon to come

 

other reference materials as they are created

 

Narrating Dice Results (Added 1/28/17)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8URJ03ZOHBfMDBlMmVFX1FNOVU/view
 

Structured Play Reference (Added 2/4/17)

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8URJ03ZOHBfY3dfb1RzTldKLUk

Edited by GroggyGolem

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