I’ve been very happy with Fantasy Flight’s Edge of the Empire role playing game. It receives a lot of criticism because of its use of proprietary dice but I think the system works perfectly. I started with Star Wars RPGs way back in the West End. The license has gone through a lot of variations and a handful of different companies before arriving at where it is today.
been running an Edge of the Empire campaign for a few months now and despite
some rocky parts I couldn’t be happier about where the game is headed. Because I enjoyed it so much I ended up
creating Lego figures of all the characters.
Ofanea Antath is the Twi’lek, the astromech is R2-X8 (Rx for short),
Miran Quix is holding the knives, and Jelnik Pelo is holding a blaster.
group is currently exploring ancient ruins for a Datacron, on the run from a
Hutt crime lord, searching for leads on a mysterious Crystal Nexu statue, and
hunting down an ex-partner who betrayed them all. Needless to say there is a lot going on and
the player’s don’t currently know the half of it. If you like to throw dice and pretend you’re
a scoundrel I can’t recommend Edge of the Empire enough.