Site Stats:

6069 Stats in 30 Categories


Search Stats:


Social Media:

@RPGGamer.org

@_RPGGamer


RPGGamer.org Main Menu
Home
        Editorials
        Old Updates
RPG Tools
        Random Dice Roller
        Star Wars Name Generator
        CEC YT-Ship Designer
        Ugly Starfighter Workshop
Youtube
Mailing List
Patreon
Mailing List
Reviews
RPG Hints
        Adventures
        House Rules
        Game Ideas
The D6 Rules
        Quick Guide to D6
        Expanded D6 Rules
Star Wars D/6
        Campaign
        Starships
        Vehicles
        Equipment
        Weapons
        Droids
        Planets
        Characters
        Creatures
        Races
        The Force
        Supplements
        Online Journal
        Adventurers Journal
        GM Screen
        Hardware
        NPC Generator
Star Wars Canon
        Rise of the Empire
        Imperial Era
        Post Empire Era
Star Wars D/20
        Starships
        Vehicles
        Equipment
        Planets
        Characters
        The Force
        Supplements
        Online Journal
Warhammer
StarGate SG1
Buffy RPG
Babylon 5
Farscape
Slaine
Star Trek
Lone Wolf RPG
Exalted
Earthdawn


Other Pages within RPGGamer.org:
Gooti Terez

Gooti Terez
Ubrikkian Transports Speeder Bike

Ubrikkian Transports Speeder Bike
LeisureMech Enterprises BD-3000 luxury droid

LeisureMech Enterprises BD-3000 luxury droid
Mon Mothma

Mon Mothma

RPGGamer.org View Update



04/February/2019 Posted by Freddy

Retro RPG: Star Wars Second Edition Revised and Expanded

tar Wars: The Roleplaying Game is a role-playing game set in the Star Wars universe, written and published by West End Games (WEG) between 1987 and 1999.
        In 1992 West End Games published the second edition of the game, in which the title remained unchanged. But in 1996 a revision of the second edition saw the light of day, but its title was slightly changed from Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game -         Second Edition to The Star Wars Roleplaying Game: Second Edition - Revised and Expanded.
        The game, based on WEG's earlier Ghostbusters RPG, established much of the groundwork of what later became the Star Wars expanded universe, and its sourcebooks are still frequently cited by Star Wars fans as reference material. Lucasfilm considered the West End Games' Star Wars sourcebooks so authoritative that when Timothy Zahn was hired to write what became the Thrawn trilogy, he was sent a box of West End Games Star Wars books and directed to base his novel on the background material presented within. Many of the first uses of Star Wars alien names (such as the Twi'lek, Rodian, and Quarren) appeared for the first time in WEG's Star Wars books. Even after Disney's reboot of the Star Wars Expanded Universe in 2014, much of this nomenclature still exists in new canon works.
        By the end of the game's run around 140 sourcebook and adventure supplements were published for the game during its run through three editions.






Comments made about this Article!



There are currently no comments for this article, be the first to post in the form below



Add your comment here!

Your Name/Handle:

        Add your comment in the box below.



Thanks for your comment, all comments are moderated, and those which are considered rude, insulting, or otherwise undesirable will be deleted.

As a simple test to avoid scripted additions to comments, please select the numbers listed above each box.
2
3
2
5
3



Page designed in Notepad, logo and buttons done in Personal Paint on the Amiga.
Images stolen from various web page I`ve now forgotten where (Copyright however will reside with the artists.
Any complaints, writs for copyright abuse, etc should be addressed to the Webmaster FreddyB