Discussion in 'Expanded Universe' started by AdmiralNick22, Aug 17, 2012.
He has to be in only one?
Yeah. He'll probably appear more often as they add more types of starfighters, given that we don't exactly have an overabundance of named TIE pilots.
The other one wasn't in use when he started flying, and all his missions are documented at least until Defender of the Empire. When would he be in an X1?
Misa ab iPhono meo.
All? How can you claim everything that happened to a person over a span of several years?
Interesting bit on news on a blog:
"We also know that freelance game designer Sterling Hershey worked on this project. Sterling is a Star Wars veteran and has worked on every release of the Star Wars Roleplaying Game that has been released, from the West End Games version of the game in the late 80s and 90s to all three versions of the game that was released by Wizards of the Coast."
More info from someone who picked it up at GenCon, specifically about vehicles:
"Vehicle Rules: I think they're as robust as you can get without a tactical map, and an abstract system (which it is). But there are detailed rules for hard points, weapon emplacements and custom equipment, maneuvers and capital ship combat. Planetary bombardment, piloting through stellar phenomena & terrain, hyperspace & sublight travel, complex vehicle action rules, and stat blocks for speeders, walkers, snub fighters, gunboats, transports, & capital ships."
AT-TPs and a Rebel pathfinder, someone was looking through his WEG collection. Looks promising, though I hope they have a different playing system than with Rouge Trader.
PS: The Loyal Imperial seems to have missed a pic
Where'd you find that?
I like the souvenir tidbits on her backpack, including an Imperial rank plaque. Heh.
Shows up on the article page, the same place you got the other ones from, that's why I wondered why you did not link it like the rest.
Huh. Odd. It didn't show up for me. Still doesn't.
Shows up next to the pic with the Trandoshans and the Skyhopper for me.
I do not see it either. It's not even in the list of media objects in the Firefox Page Info window.
All I'm getting:
Any other invisible stuff?
Typing new numbers at the end of the url gets to it... but no others.
Finally Can't wait to see more from the RPG line so we get cool new fluff again.
Not any big pictures, just the small group shoots at the top and the bottom of the page.
The bad news: RPGs from FFG seem to average about eight months from announcement to actual release.
The good news: lots of development diaries and previews.