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28/March/2018 Posted by Freddy

Fantasy Flight on Running Rebels

        Fantasy flight games, publishers of the latest Star Wars RPG, incorporating the Edge of the Empire, Age of Rebellion and Force and Destiny games, have published an article on their website about bringing Star Wars: Rebels into the RPG.

        The article details taking an episode of Rebels (specifically the episode entitled "The Call") and running your players through it. They incorporate custom stats, and all in all have published a fantastic and useful article, no matter which version of the RPG you run.

Bryan Young: Who hasn’t watched an episode of Star Wars Rebels and thought the scenario would be amazing fun for the Star Wars Roleplaying Game? Well, what if I made it really easy for you? I’ll give you everything you need to run your group through an episode. Obviously, you’ll be able to scale it for your players and their particular quirks, but Rebels makes it easy to create a game on the fly.

Let’s start with the fifteenth episode of season two, “The Call.” In this episode, the Rebels are running low on fuel, as they always seem to be, and they need to steal some from an asteroid-based gas refinery. It’s the perfect sort of setting for a one-shot adventure, because of its remote location. And you can easily scale the difficulty based on how many players you have.

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