At the beginning of the summer, I was planning on running a Star Wars D6 game that I've been wanting to run for some time. As it is summer, finding people to play in the game can be kind of difficult so I thought I'd try here to see if anyone wished to give it a try on my fledgling site Dagarthorn's Games
. Here's the synopsis for anyone interested: Name of Game:
Star Wars: Citizens of a Divided TomorrowSystem:
West End Games, D6Type:
Mystery, action, political intrigueSpecial House Rules:
3 to 5Occupational Requests:
This is the recommended group: 1 Pilot, 1 Jedi, 1 Soldier, 1Technican, 1 Other; This is a Republic aligned campaign.Posting Requirements:
1 to 3 times a weekStarting Date:
Ready to start as soon as we get three to five people or two weeks from now, whichever comes first.Other Requirements:
It is required that everyone have a copy of the 2nd Edition Revised and Expanded Core Rules. Background requirements can be found in the forum.Synopsis:
Twenty-two years after the Battle of Yavin, the galaxy is divided into factions. There is the New Republic with its corrupt Senate and many factions of angry feuding aliens who demand reparations and threaten to cause collapse from within. There is the Imperial Remnant who have their share of problems dealing with internal power struggles and pirates based in Wild Space and beyond, as well as the Imperials who still fail to recognize the peace treaty with the Republic nearly three years after its inception. Even the Jedi are divided between Luke’s traditionalists and younger Jedi with their own ideas of what the role of the Jedi is in the galaxy. A divided galaxy surely cannot stand, and many of the galaxy’s brightest minds know this…but still can’t get everyone to agree on the simplest things. Crisis looms around the corner.
Any takers? We've got a Jedi and a Pilot so far, need one to three more people.
Peer pressure announcement: Come on over...even Jamfke did.
I thoroughly disapprove of duels. I consider them unwise and I know they are dangerous. Also, sinful. If a man should challenge me, I would take him kindly and forgivingly by the hand and lead him to a quiet retired spot and kill him.
- Autobiography of Mark Twain