June 5th, 2017
Disciples of Harmony, an all-new sourcebook focused on the Consular career path in the Star Wars: Force and Destiny role playing game, is on sale now in the Fantasy Flight Games online store and your local gaming store.
The rising Galactic Empire and the disbanded Jedi Order have caused Jedi Knights to become the stuff of legend throughout the galaxy, but a select few guard the truth and protect the ways of the Jedi. Players were first introduced to the Consular career in the Star Wars: Force and Destiny Core Rulebook, and Disciples of Harmony expands your options for these galactic peacemakers with new specializations, races, Force powers, and gear. This new sourcebook also includes suggestions and adventure hooks for Game Masters to better incorporate the Consular into a campaign.
In addition to the player character, Disciples of Harmony introduces the idea of the mentor in the form of a Consular NPC: a Yoda, a Qui-Gon, or even a Palpatine who can play a significant role in the past and future of a character.
March 31st, 2017
The Sentinel is a hero apart from her peers. It’s not that they are perpetually willing to face insurmountable odds in the defense of pure ideals, helpless innocents, or hard justice, it’s that they are morally obligated to do that which others are unwilling to do in the name of righteousness. There is no duty too heavy, no threat too great that the Sentinel will not rise to meet. It is this implacable will that sets the Sentinel apart, that rises them above the rest.
Manage your talent choices more easily with the Sentinel Specialization Decks available now for the Star Wars™: Force and Destiny™ Roleplaying Game from Fantasy Flight Games.
These decks bring the new specializations introduced in the Endless Vigil source book right to your fingertips!
Each of the four decks, corresponding to one specialization and the Sentinel signature abilities, features full-color artwork and rules text for all of the talents available in each specialization. These handy cards make tracking and referencing your character’s talent options quick and easy for players and game masters alike.
January 6th, 2017
Rumors of a legendary artifact with ties to the Force have brought you to Toydaria in Ghosts of Dathomir, an adventure module coming soon to the Star Wars™: Force and Destiny™. The artifact, a statue named Tragic Hope, was in the hands of exotic item dealer Walisi before they both went missing. Before you can get to the bottom of the mystery on the dread planet of Dathomir, you will have to dodge Imperial forces, avoid the wrath of the Force-wielding mercenary Jerserra, and deal with the Gorensla Hutt kajidic.
Walisi’s ties to the Gorensla kajidic are not unusual—the Hutts dominate much of the Mid and Outer Rims, Toydaria included—but the income of a dealer as established as Walisi makes him a key asset, and the Hutts want him back. As Tragic Hope neared its auction date, and the mysterious disappearance, Walisi had been playing up its potential ties to the Clone Wars and the Force to drum up interest (and credits), leaving you with plenty of potential suspects to investigate—provided you can tread carefully enough to avoid wasting away in a Hutt dungeon.
Ghosts of Dathomir casts you deep into the criminal underworld searching for a Force artifact and a Hutt asset; you could build alliances with powerful crime bosses or create lifelong enemies on your hunt for Tragic Hope and Walisi. Today’s preview offers a quick look at the Gorensla Hutt kajidic to keep you from entering Toydarian space completely unprepared.
November 4th, 2016
The Force pulls everyone in a different direction. Some are drawn towards politics and negotiations. Others prefer the front lines of battle, either as fighters in the midst of the fray or generals watching over it. Some choose to meditate and immerse themselves in the flowing Force itself while others travel across the galaxy in search of friends, enemies, artifacts, and answers. And some are drawn to walk the galaxy’s streets, policing villages, cities, and spaceports in secret.
The new Star Wars™: Force and Destiny™ sourcebook, Endless Vigil, focuses on that final group of Force users, the urban fighters, protectors, and craftsmen known as Sentinels. And it is now available at North American retailers.
Endless Vigil features three new species and three new Sentinel specializations. It includes an entire chapter on bringing urban environments to life in your games, from new ways to resolve dice results to starter ideas for investigative campaigns. In this final preview, we’ll look at what Endless Vigil has to say about creating contact networks (vital in any urban setting), its new rules for lightsaber crafting and, of course, the new Force power.