"Han Solo and the Tion Hegemony Sourcebook"

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  1. Spacehunter24 Jedi Master

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    In the introduction for the HAN SOLO AND THE CORPORATE SECTOR SOURCEBOOK, it says, "A future supplement will discuss the Tion Hegemony, setting of the final novel, HAN SOLO AND THE LOST LEGACY."

    But as far as I can tell, a Tion Hegemony sourcebook was never made. Anybody know why?
  2. Valiento Jedi Grand Master

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    Lostworld. WEG went bankrupt.
  3. Spacehunter24 Jedi Master

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    Oh. Well, I guess that explains it. Thanks.
  4. Ana Vitorrian Jedi Knight

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    Mission to Lianna - a WEG rpg supplement - revisits the Tion Hegemony in detail.

    Tempest Feud - a WotC rpg supplement - also has part of its adventures set in or around Tion Hegemony space.

    Other than that - Dan Wallace nutshells the region in general with a pretty good "cut to the chase" description in ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO PLANETS & MOONS.

    Best,

    Ana V
  5. Spacehunter24 Jedi Master

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    Mission to Lianna - a WEG rpg supplement - revisits the Tion Hegemony in detail.

    Tempest Feud - a WotC rpg supplement - also has part of its adventures set in or around Tion Hegemony space.


    Are those SW-related sourcebooks? How old are they?

    ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO PLANETS AND MOONS is high up on my "To Buy List," and I'm going to get it next time I see it. I love those ESSENTIAL GUIDEs.
  6. Genghis12 Manager Emeritus

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    Mission to Lianna is long out of print, being a West End Games' SWRPG product. Your chances of running into one in a book or gaming store are somewhere between slim to none.

    Tempest Feud is a recent campaign adventure from currrent SWRPG publisher, WotC. You should be able to find it in any major bookstore chain. But, if you're unable to find it in any stores, you should be able to order it directly from Wizards of the Coasts' online store.
  7. Darth_Kevin Force Ghost

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    Lianna is not too difficult to acquire if one has patience and an ebay account.
  8. TalonCard •Author: Slave Pits of Lorrd •TFN EU Staff

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    Speaking of that, how much are WEG sourcebooks going for these days?

    TC
  9. Knight1192 Jedi Grand Master

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    I saw some WEG supplments and a couple sourcebooks going from $4 to $8 Monday. Of course they were in bargin bins.
  10. TIEPilot051999 Force Ghost

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    Speaking of that, how much are WEG sourcebooks going for these days?

    I know a d00d who sells them for $10.
  11. A-WingsRule Jedi Master

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    This sounds a bit like the Rogue Squadron sourcebook, I'd really like to read it!
  12. Darth_Kevin Force Ghost

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    Yeah, but the Rogue Squadron SB was actually written :) ...and lost :(
  13. TalonCard •Author: Slave Pits of Lorrd •TFN EU Staff

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    Hmm... So, what would you say would be a fair price range for WEG stuff?

    TC
  14. TIEPilot051999 Force Ghost

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    Hmm... So, what would you say would be a fair price range for WEG stuff?

    I'd say about $20-$30, depending on condition.
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