More Clone Wars! Fantasy Flight Games announced the upcoming release of Collapse of the Republic, a new era sourecebook that follows up on the previously announced Rise of the Separatists (also coming soon). I worked on both books. This book works with all three RPG core rulebooks - Edge of the Empire, Age of Rebellion, and Force and Destiny.
The Clone Wars is making a huge comeback these days - on the screen and on the tabletop.Read More
Fantasy Flight Games announced the latest Era sourcebook for the Star Wars RPGs: Rise of the Separatists. It brings the Clone Wars and specifically The Clone Wars animated series to the RPG, and can be used with any or all of the existing core rulebooks. I worked on the product. It features, for the first time, the Jedi career, as well as clone specific careers. As usual, it also features four new species, and other era specific resources.
Ghosts of Dathomir is out, so some GMs and players are (hopefully) planning their new campaigns, or integrating the adventure into their current stories. This post has a few resources that both may find useful to their new campaign. It has some very minor spoilers - not more than what you might learn reading the back cover of the book.Read More
So, it turns out that after a month of different conventions, I guess I just needed some time away from the blog. Or was tired. Or something. In any case, Star Wars Age of Rebellion Forged in Battle hit store shelves after debuting at Gen Con. I had a hand in it, so it's probably time to talk a bit more about that, now that it's out.Read More
"Always in motion is the future." - Yoda
It is always interesting to see how a product I've worked on fits into the ever developing Star Wars universe. Nexus of Power for Force and Destiny is now listed as shipping on the FFG website, meaning it will be arriving relatively soon. Actually, Special Modifications for Edge of the Empire is also about to arrive, but that's another story. I'm going to touch on recent Rebels episodes, so spoiler alert.Read More
Monday was the increasingly popular Star Wars day, or May the Fourth Be with You. I tend to think a day later in May is more suitable, but a terrible pun is amusing and memorable, so most seem to be running with it. Sometimes, it seems like everyone is trying to get in on the action - a point made on Monday's @midnight show on Comedy Central. Lots of deals and a few really good announcements. And Celebration news and stories keep surfacing, especially now that more videos are hitting the internet.