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Click on the era symbol for description. Lost and found Star Wars stories. Articles, columns and quotes in defense of the Star Wars Expanded Universe. Eddie Van Der Heidjen's amazingly exhaustive page! Robert Mullin's wildly unique chronology project attempts to fuse the EU canon with Disney's! Nathan P. Butler's famously detailed chronology! Long forgotten, un-reprinted Star Wars adventures and nonfiction literature.
JJM's great timeline and list of Marvel appearances. TBone's famous Star Wars site include cut-scenes, scripts, and so much more! Plif lives with Marvel Star Wars stats and loads of fun pages! Dino Jim's comprehensive timelines and checklists. Fascinating study of the changes made to the original trilogy. This site's original pre-Filoni Clone Wars Timeline. Another chronology of the Clone Wars incorporates older stories in relation to the animated series.
Everything you always wanted to know about the Star Wars Holiday Special! Free Digital Sourcebooks and Supplements. From to , the Pennsylvania based company West End Games released official Star Wars roleplaying game sourcebooks, adventure supplements, guides, and the Star Wars Adventure Journal , all of which contained new stories set in the Star Wars universe, some as prose, but most as adventure scenarios for use in the game. All of this material was approved by Lucasfilm and later made its way into the background and occasional foreground material of the novels and comic-books that comprised the Star Wars Expanded Universe.
Due to the owner's poor choice to siphon money from West End Games into his failing shoe company Bocce Imports, done in a last-ditch attempt to keep it afloat, West End Games went under and lost the Star Wars license.
Two years later, Wizards of the Coast picked it up, and ran with their own sourcebooks and supplements for a decade until they let it lapse in Fantasy Flight Games now holds the license and from on has continued to produce new and exciting roleplaying game sourcebooks, guides and adventures. With the West End Games material now long out-of-print, and expensive and time-consuming to track down on the second-hand market, I have made it available here as free digital PDFs for fans new and old to enjoy!
The following are arranged by type of product. The West End Games number follows each title. This list also includes professionally-produced PDF continuations of the D6 West End Games series written by fans, and indicated by any linked title that does not have the West End Games number following it. In addition, we have post-West End Games material made by writers and dedicated fans.
Included in this group is the Star Wars Adventurer's Journal, a quarterly magazine that will be releasing 15 issues with all-new content, and cleaned-up versions of Note: If you find any imperfect or missing pages, send corrected versions here.
Special thanks to the individual s who initially scanned these, as well as to Thiago S. Drop me a line if I've neglected a name so I can include you to this site's list of acknowledgments. Special thanks to JF Boivin for first bringing these to my attention, and Robin Gosse for helping me figure out what to do with them so they didn't eat up all my bandwidth! The Star Wars Sourcebook: 1st edition The Imperial Sourcebook: 1st edition The Rebel Alliance Sourcebook: 1st edition Han Solo and the Corporate Sector Sourcebook The Roleplaying Game: 2nd edition Heir to the Empire Sourcebook: 1st edition Dark Force Rising Sourcebook: 1st edition The Last Command Sourcebook: 1st edition Includes: Heir to the Empire Sourcebook: 2nd edition.
Dark Force Rising Sourcebook: 2nd edition. The Last Command Sourcebook: 2nd edition. Dark Empire Sourcebook The Movie Trilogy Sourcebook Tales of the Jedi Companion Truce at Bakura Sourcebook The Rebel Alliance Sourcebook The Imperial Sourcebook The Star Wars Sourcebook: 2nd edition The Jedi Academy Sourcebook The Roleplaying Game: Revised and Expanded 2nd edition Shadows of the Empire Sourcebook Galaxy Magazine 7: Assignment Decoy.
Gamemaster Kit: 1st edition Gamemaster Screen: 2nd edition Gamemaster Screen: Revised 2nd edition updated. Classic Campaigns The Gamemaster Kit : 2nd edition. Gamemaster Handbook 2nd Edition D6 Optional Rules Resource. Cynabar's Fantastic Technology: Droids Gundark's Fantastic Technology: Personal Gear Cracken's Series. Cracken's Rebel Field Guide Wanted by Cracken Cracken's Rebel Operatives Cracken's Threat Dossier Planets Series.
Planets of the Galaxy Volume 1 Planets of the Galaxy Volume 2 Planets of the Galaxy Volume 3 Includes: Planets of the Galaxy Volumes Platt's Series.
Platt's Starport Guide Platt's Smugglers Guide Pirates and Privateers The Death Star Technical Companion Brak Sector Creatures of the Galaxy Heroes and Rogues Goroth: Slave of the Empire Alliance Intelligence Reports Hideouts and Strongholds Secrets of the Sisar Run Stock Ships Wretched Hives of Scum and Villainy The Black Sands of Socorro Alien Encounters: Aliens Compendium Corellian Engineering Corporate Sourcebook. D6 The Dark Times. Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin: 1st edition Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin: 2nd edition Galaxy Guide 4: Alien Races: 1st edition Galaxy Guide 4: Alien Races: 2nd edition Galaxy Guide 5: Return of the Jedi Galaxy Guide 5: Return of the Jedi: 2nd Edition Galaxy Guide 8: Scouts Galaxy Guide 9: Fragments from the Rim
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Check out the Wiki for useful links, guides and original content! Nearly all Jedi are dead, the Empire is strong, and the Rebel Alliance has won a major victory. Now go have fun! Unfortunately, because of the way the Star Wars license was written in the 90's, digital books fall under the same license as video games, and FFG doesn't have rights to publish them. While the books have been scanned and put out on pirate sites, there is no legal way to purchase the FFG Star Wars books as PDFs, and there likely won't ever be.
That sucks, as I imagine there are many in a similar situation to myself. I'm not sure if you mean because you're buying all three core books, or if the shipping is that obscenely expensive for where you are. But I have two suggestions:.
Each of the books focus on their own specific stuff, but they're all interconnected, and you can play with just one book. I'm kind of an RPG addict, so I have a habit of collecting all kinds of different systems, and the Beginner Boxes are some of the best system introductions I've ever seen.
They come with a stripped down rule book, an introductory adventure, and a set of dice. Because they're not a huge hardcover book, they'll probably be cheaper to ship as well. I'm partial to the Edge of the Empire beginner box, but I've played all four of them, and they're all quite good. All four because they did a force awakens one that incorporates all three setting books.
I'm guessing from your user name that you're in Australia? If I didn't have 3 sets already I'd buy all those boxes just for that. I haven't seen them in stock for a while but bookdepository. They offer free worldwide shipping. I have been able to get books from the UK for cheaper than local and no shipping fee. You'd think Canada being adjacent to USA would have less issues with shipping but nope we can end up with huge swings in costs for books from FFG.
No slurs. No being rude. Instead, be nice to each other! Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet. Become a Redditor and join one of thousands of communities. I checked their website but seemed to miss it if they are on there Thanks for any advice on where to buy them. Want to add to the discussion? Post a comment! Create an account. But I have two suggestions: 1 You don't have to buy all three core books; any of them have all the rules you need to run the game.
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