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Star Wars d6 RPG: The Legendary System by West End Games in PDF Format


Star Wars RPG PDF Free Download: How to Play in a Galaxy Far, Far Away




If you are a fan of Star Wars, you might have wondered what it would be like to be a part of its amazing universe. To create your own character, wield a lightsaber, use the Force, fight against the Empire or the First Order, or explore the unknown regions of space. Well, there is a way to do that: by playing a Star Wars role-playing game (RPG).


A Star Wars RPG is a tabletop game where you and your friends can create your own stories set in the Star Wars universe. You can choose to play as heroes or villains, as Jedi or Sith, as rebels or stormtroopers, as smugglers or bounty hunters. You can follow the events of the movies or create your own adventures. You can use your imagination or follow the rules of an official game system.




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One of the benefits of playing a Star Wars RPG is that you can download a PDF version of the rules and sourcebooks for free online. This way, you can save money, space, and time. You can access all the information you need on your computer or mobile device. You can print out only what you need or use digital tools to enhance your game.


But which Star Wars RPG should you play? There There are three official Star Wars RPGs that have been published over the years, each with its own style, system, and content. In this article, we will give you a brief overview of each one, and tell you how to download and play them for free. Let's begin! Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game by West End Games (1987-1999)




The first official Star Wars RPG and its legacy




The first Star Wars RPG was published by West End Games in 1987, shortly after the release of Return of the Jedi. It was the first game to expand the Star Wars universe beyond the movies, introducing new planets, species, characters, vehicles, and equipment. It also established many of the terms and concepts that are now part of the Star Wars canon, such as the Force-sensitive, the Dark Side, and the lightsaber crystals.


The game used a simple and flexible system based on six-sided dice, called the D6 System. Players could create their own characters or use pre-generated ones from the movies or the sourcebooks. They could choose from various classes, such as Rebel Soldier, Smuggler, Jedi Knight, or Bounty Hunter. They could also customize their skills, feats, and equipment. The game emphasized storytelling and role-playing over combat and rules.


The game was very popular among Star Wars fans and gamers alike, and spawned dozens of supplements, adventures, and magazines. It also inspired other Star Wars media, such as novels, comics, and video games. Some of the most famous examples are the Thrawn Trilogy by Timothy Zahn, the Dark Empire comic series by Tom Veitch and Cam Kennedy, and the Jedi Knight video game series by LucasArts.


How to download and play this RPG




If you want to experience the original Star Wars RPG, you can download free PDFs of the rulebooks and sourcebooks online. One of the best sources is [The Trove], a website that hosts thousands of RPG books for free. You can find all the Star Wars books by West End Games [here]. You can also check out [D6 Holocron], a fan-made wiki that contains all the information you need to play this game.


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To play this game, you will need some six-sided dice (or a dice-rolling app), some character sheets (which you can print or use online), and some imagination. You will also need a gamemaster (GM), who will create and run the adventure for you and your friends. The GM will use the rulebooks and sourcebooks to guide you through the Star Wars universe, describing the scenes, playing the NPCs (non-player characters), and resolving the conflicts.


To create a character, you will need to choose a class, which will determine your starting skills, feats, and equipment. You will also need to distribute some points among your attributes (Strength, Dexterity, Perception, Knowledge, Mechanical, and Technical) and your skills (such as Blaster, Dodge, Persuasion, Piloting, or Lightsaber). You will also need to choose a name, a species (such as Human, Wookiee, Twi'lek, or Droid), a background (such as Rebel Alliance Member, Scoundrel, Jedi Apprentice, or Imperial Officer), and a personality (such as Brave, Cunning, Noble, or Ruthless).


To use the Force, you will need to have the Force-sensitive feat, which will allow you to access Force skills (such as Control, Sense, or Alter) and Force powers (such as Telekinesis, Mind Trick, or Force Lightning). However, using the Force also exposes you to the Dark Side, which can corrupt you and turn you to evil. You will need to keep track of your Dark Side points, which can increase if you act selfishly, cruelly, or violently.


To engage in combat, you will need to roll your dice and add your relevant skill (such as Blaster or Lightsaber) against the difficulty set by the GM or the opponent's skill. If you roll higher than the difficulty, you succeed and deal damage. If you roll lower, you fail and miss. You can also use feats (such as Dodge or Parry) to avoid or reduce damage. You will need to keep track of your wound levels, which can affect your performance and cause you to fall unconscious or die.


To explore the galaxy, you will need to use your skills (such as Piloting, Astrogation, or Survival) to travel from planet to planet, encounter different cultures and factions, and face various challenges and dangers. You can also use your equipment (such as blasters, lightsabers, droids, or starships) to aid you in your adventures. You can also interact with NPCs (such as allies, enemies, or neutrals) and influence them with your skills (such as Persuasion, Intimidation, or Bargain).


Star Wars Roleplaying Game by Wizards of the Coast (2000-2010)




The second official Star Wars RPG and its innovations




The second Star Wars RPG was published by Wizards of the Coast in 2000, coinciding with the release of The Phantom Menace. It was the first game to update the content and rules to include the prequel trilogy and the Expanded Universe. It also introduced new elements such as the Clone Wars, the Sith Lords, and the Jedi Council.


The game used a class and level structure based on the d20 system of Dungeons & Dragons. Players could create their own characters or use pre-generated ones from the movies or the sourcebooks. They could choose from various classes, such as Jedi, Soldier, Scoundrel, Noble, Scout, Tech Specialist, or Force Adept. They could also customize their skills, feats, talents, and equipment. The game emphasized combat and tactics over role-playing and narration.


The game was also very popular among Star Wars fans and gamers alike, and spawned dozens of supplements, adventures, and magazines. It also introduced the Star Wars Miniatures Game and other supplements, such as the Starships of the Galaxy, the Jedi Academy Training Manual, and the Legacy Era Campaign Guide. Some of the most famous examples are the Knights of the Old Republic video game series by BioWare, the Clone Wars animated s


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