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Knights of Fate Warrior Sourcebook Available Now for Force and Destiny

June 23, 2018

Knights of Fate, the Warrior sourcebook for Force and Destiny is on sale now from Fantasy Flight Games!

The galaxy is in chaos. The Jedi Order that once defended the innocent against the forces of darkness has been destroyed, and fear has taken hold beneath the iron fist of the Empire. Now, who will take of the mantle of the guardian and restore hope to a sorrowful galaxy? The time has come to take a stand and widen your view of the galaxy with new specializations, species, as well as weapons and gear, vehicles, starships, and ideas for countless new adventures.

Knights of Fate introduces three new career specializations, allowing you to hone your skills and discover what the Warrior class means to you. Are you a protector of the meek or a vicious brawler? A trained martial artist or a raging berserker? With the dissolution of the Jedi Order, there is no single correct path: the answer lies solely within you.

In addition to these three new specializations, Knights of Fate also brings three new species to Force and Destiny. While Warriors can hail from any species, these new additions are natural fits for the Warrior career—adding variety and complexity to the stories told in your campaigns and offering you the chance to see the galaxy from an entirely new point of view.

Warrior Specialization and Signature Abilities Decks Available for Star Wars: Force & Destiny

June 22, 2018

The Juyo Berserker Specialization DeckSteel Hand Adept Specialization DeckColossus Specialization Deck, and Warrior Signature Abilities Deck for the Knights of Fate sourcebook of Star Wars™: Force and Destiny are available for order now from Fantasy Flight Games.

With the end of the Jedi Order, there is no single path which your Warrior must follow in your campaigns. Each of the three specializations explored in Knights of Fate feature a variety of talent sets to help you discover your destiny. You do not need to become a soldier or wield a lightsaber to embody all that a Warrior can become. The beautifully illustrated cards in these specialization decks feature each of the purchasable talents on the three new specialization trees in Knights of Fate, providing a convenient, quick reference that you can display alongside your character sheet. With the focus kept on the action of your campaigns, nothing can stop you from discovering the true strength within yourself and finding your place in the galaxy.

Unlimited Power Brings New Adventure to the Star Wars Force and Destiny RPG

May 23, 2018

The galaxy is filled with people who believe hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, but the Mystic knows better. They can feel the power that lies beneath the surface of every planet, every star, every object in the galaxy. They understand the greatest weapon ever built is no match for the power of the Force.

Unlimited Power is the next sourcebook for the Star Wars: Force and Destiny roleplaying game, and it can significantly expand on the role of the Mystic in your campaign.

In addition to three new Mystic specializations, Unlimited Power includes new species, new equipment and weapons, and instructions for how to best integrate a Mystic character or NPC into an adventure.

Unlimited Power also features the tools a Game Master can use to highlight the talents of a Mystic character searching for direction or how to introduce a new Mystic into an existing campaign. The Living Force, crafting via alchemy, and the perils of falling to the dark side are discussed in depth so your player characters can live up to their full potential and discover the truly unlimited power that flows through them when they become an ally to the Force.

You can pre-order your copy of Unlimited Power at your local retailer or from Fantasy Flight Games.

Fantasy Flight Games Announces Dawn of the Rebellion Sourcebook for Star Wars RPG’s

Jan 10, 2018

Dawn of Rebellion, the first ever sourcebook of its kind, brings you to the era of the Galactic Civil War before the events of Rogue One™ and A New Hope, focusing on the tension, strife, and fear encouraged by the Galactic Empire at the height of its power. This is an era where despair is prevalent and the future dark, except for a few unique individuals who carry hope like a torch against the darkness, a torch that would become the spark that ultimately lights the flames of rebellion, war, and freedom.

This book provides players with a wealth of new equipment, specializations, and races to paint this vibrant and dangerous galaxy in stark and stunning detail. But where Dawn of Rebellion truly shines as an era sourcebook is in its service of setting the stage for encounters, sessions, and entire campaigns in a time when the Empire is at its strongest. That is not to mean every campaign that makes use of this book will have the fall of the Emperor as its goal; instead, we can see how Star Wars™: Edge of the EmpireStar Wars™: Age of Rebellion, and Star Wars™: Force and Destiny might approach the same story element from unique angles, and how Game Masters can present these angles to their players.

FFG Announces Dawn of Rebellion Sourcebook for Star Wars RPG

July 19, 2017

Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce Dawn of Rebellion, a new sourcebook for the Star Wars Roleplaying Game line.

Dawn of Rebellion is the first sourcebook of its kind, designed to be used alongside any of the three core roleplaying lines. Campaigns using Edge of the EmpireAge of Rebellion, or Force and Destiny—or any combination of the same—will find a wealth of valuable information within its 144 pages. Primarily focusing on the years preceding the Battle of Yavin, Dawn of Rebellion features descriptions, context, and statistics for many of the iconic characters and vehicles appearing in the Star Wars: Rebels television show and in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. The might of the Empire is at an unprecedented peak and a successful rebellion seems like a fever dream to all but the most optimistic. Even those who have no personal stake in the Galactic Civil War feel the tremendous impact of this new order.

Fantasy Flight Games Previews Disciples of Harmony for Star Wars Force and Destiny

April 21st, 2017

There is no single path to peace, but the Galactic Empire has ensured that all such routes are fraught with danger. The Consular works with the Force to bring peace wherever they go, and the all-new Disciples of Harmony sourcebook expands players’ options in the Star Wars: Force and Destiny role playing game, including three new specializations and adding on three new species.

Although all it takes to be a successful Consular is a desire to see justice done, some species are more inclined to seek balance and peace in a way that lines up with the ways of the Consular. The Arkanian, Cosian, and Pau’an species are presented in Disciples of Harmony, opening your campaign to cultures focused on Jedi lore, negotiating, and medicine, each having a unique view of the Force.

This preview provides a look at each of these three species and how they play into the role of the Consular.

Disciples of Harmony sourcebook for Star Wars Force and Destiny released

January 17th, 2017

Fantasy Flight Games is proud to announce Disciples of Harmony, an all-new sourcebook for Consular characters in the Star Wars™: Force and Destiny™ roleplaying game!

The rise of the Empire and the absence of the Jedi Order may have caused the Jedi Knights to fade into the ashes of history, but there are still those who know the truth, who refuse to allow the Jedi to become the stuff of legend and myth. Disciples of Harmony is a sourcebook for Consular characters in Star Wars: Force and Destiny, offering players new insights into the path of the Consular, introducing three new specializations, and making available new equipment and Force powers.

The path of the Consular is one of balance, which can lead to difficult choices in more traditional, combat-oriented campaigns. Disciples of Harmony offers Game Masters multiple avenues to incorporate their Consular characters into the adventure without disrupting their dedication to balance and the preservation of life. This supplemental sourcebook includes instructions for establishing mentors and practitioners of alternative Force traditions as well as diplomatic scenarios and adventure hooks that can flesh out a campaign setting and expand it into the wider Star Wars galaxy.

Ghosts of Dathomir available for Star Wars: Force and Destiny

December 30th, 2016

Track a legendary artifact, avoid Imperial entanglements and Hutt involvement, and pursue a powerful Force-wielding mercenary with a personal stake in the artifact in Ghosts of Dathomir, an upcoming adventure module for Star Wars™: Force and Destiny.

A mysterious statue called Tragic Hope has arrived in the hands of a Toydarian exotic item dealer, leaving bodies in its wake. The statue and its dealer, Walisi, have gone missing, and you and your party won’t be alone in tracking him down…

Walisi has ties to the Gorensia Hutt kajidic, who want him back, and your search for the statue will likely draw the attention of the Hutts. Jerserra, a ruthless and powerful criminal leader, is also seeking Tragic Hope and the shard it holds aloft—could she be responsible for the trail of corpses it leaves behind? Were that not enough, the Empire has dispatched the ISB in pursuit of Jerserra despite knowing little about the lightsaber-wielding mercenary. It’s a triple threat that will take you from the relative security of the Hutt-controlled Toydaria to one of the most deadly and mysterious planets in the Outer Rim: Dathomir. The rewards, however, could be well more than you can imagine: control of an artifact with ties to the Force. With rumors linking it to powerful Force users in the Clone Wars, the statue has drawn the attention of the power hungry and those who wish to stop them. Which are you?

Ghosts of Dathomir brings the dread world of Dathomir and its legacy of unconventional Force users into your campaign. Today’s preview offers a glimpse of the darkness that awaits you as you chase Tragic Hope to the haunted lands of Dathomir, where fear may very well devour you alive.