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Ancient Lem pies built by these sects have long l>een places where masters of the Force consolrdale or focus lh1s energy. (}J l!Vl•f! ltJlr'1fll'1rl'. broadening their understanding of the Force and gaining unique powers. ( i.da< c· w:J'> Lh<~ J<:d1Tcrnplc. cxponenllally amplifying the p_ower of the Force. GrJ1ne Mas11 rs arn <'tlCOLJt. McHIY consider Bardotta to be the spiritual car>rtal of ~he Outer Rim.1livlly 01 rcco1111c·c Lrng 10 ancienl Force Lradil.CcJnl. rrnhtlf~fl V/tlh I. are hidden in the far c?r nc?rs of 1110 galaxy I Iere.Lc·ry or tilt· I Orce·.r•p.Or(llrlf~ rn11•. llH• f. and Weik all have native traditions that have a unique way of understanding and accessing the Force.• 1tll•111<1 . ol known sp... Characters tracking down L11cse legends might learn n1ucll along tt1eir journey.( PK (Jiil l11rrrrr•r J1 1tJ1 turnpf1. 11C!f1•.. (r1r 1tnnv-11c~<l(~<.. around rno~.Ip 1llnP ltlrlf' ('rip All li<•r 1· '1<.. <1f thr• ff>fr r.. .:. <if 1llr: ct irk \ldt• !-. and those with tile grit 10 tap inlo lllis energy field can harness the power U1at Ilows tllour.. Instead. f11(. tr1r.Jy I hose• wl10 t1<lvc been in hiding for years arc resurfacing 10 11. ·)ucti H'> 1110s(• on Dagobal1 and l.L Pnor LO lrnr>ertr. IN SEARCH OF TRAINING Before the dark rn 1t1c .. they must seek out alternative forms of instruclion.r lht· I rrtp1rr: h.1•.hi P'>V'l<Jr <111.C11'.Jr1lly to defend Lllcm from those who would twrsl Lhe1r Power lo dark c·nds I 11. and the~ foug~t Vc1lt.fJ <1f(Cr ( h~f'1< 11•('. lor rn<·r f!l<>ry I IOW!'V<:r. t11 f1ncl l1ghl'.. '"1f1trrL11ril f~rovll h.. ct11d lt11: lf'rll clff' 1 00. tllorc:1c1<.!!ldxy Lo lJt1l. I ur11a~r.c.. once Lhc· prirnary source of Jcdr lightsabcr crystals. 1111d c1. able to help students find inner peace and harmony. (Jf rn<1rn<'nl'. <·vrry lf'tJCI.'. The pacifistic Dagoyan Masters have access to much knowledge and are deeply spiritual. rn.rPal<' new vc•1ge11ccs.1cJ ::ic ross lh<' larlt1est rcac he•. Unfortunately.11 them rorce sects have learned l? harn~ss Lile power of tile strange energy field toward their mynad pur po~es.lf!PU tr1 c:rr~.: ~cat ()f JerJi po1Nr~r f(>r nur1cJ rrd1.pc·t ltJ!i. .0L1111I. f lf:tl t<> 1<:ret•n1 C:'.lxy rrorn tyra11ny H1i111s.J11y world<) of 10 Republic.1nfly. ·lfl<J rirJtpr. <1(Jr1<J(t1Jnl I ir·•. o<>p1nne . '. Known v1·reunc. (J( <. (ff'• Pitt• 1111· I '"I"" 'r.nun<! vv11tti the f·or< <?.t• lo<. Ihe..i111rllf r mpir lo rt turn l~CIPl I' fo11.L ll1u I rn11t•ror'r.flt•~.Jlaxy has rnDny '.1{J11f. Force sensiLives were able Lo reach their full potential thanks to a system or tra ining that was both standardized and ttlf<J(Jfl.: <lOWllfr O<lch·n.. and they have access to abilities not known to the Jedi.obcr-. owing in parl to the planet's strong connection to the rorcc Counlless other lost srtes a~1a1t rediscovery and exploration by those able to tap into their latent power.1 ler1111111t~ to use• 1ls power rc:qu1rp r.ire~ run to (lf01 111Cl. fhc l rnpirc has also quarantined ref llurn.c ant and llurn rr.Jllvc. Lhe Force 1s strong. ~s protecl<!d worJ<Js where the Force is particularly strong.11llPct pldll<'ls.a1<' llu·rr uwn V<'rp. Still. 11 t1!. they could gain access to unmatched power. rcrnains! lndi VICIUIJI•. The Player Characters (PCs] can learn from these alternative schools of thought.11~. dCroc.h ind '>I/ c· lll<'rn I l1P lr11p1·11r1I£> <:11.p1 rii·rJr ' : f nllrc ''''"f). I urllior <<>111pl1< <1t 1ne tlie11 1ournPy toward rna'. II rs now the rnosl hea vii y dr.pc'C l<•c l JprJ1 . 1lr1xv Yt I..jrc.l 1ct·111 11.111< I· ttl<I ru 1 •. Yet hope· wl11J(' bdtlercd by the dark siclc.pre.JluXy arc cl1scovering lhcir latenL Force s1·11•. but their isolationist stance against the Empire makes them wary of outsiders.1 1<h place.JC l ive! 1n 4J 1c{~io11. J<~cl1 (Jrdcr cJiscovcrcd and mapped vergcnccs across tl1r~ rr1. lho~" w1ll1 even the• best or inLcnllons can qurckly be tu1npted down 11 clarkcr path.. The seers of lktotch utilize a powerful vergence to read their future. there are 1c. krt<iv1lt•<lp.icron•..'. cil I i1ell CrHflfJdlgJl<.f 1n:.d~ f<11Jn<J Tti~<.. or fo1cc:cJ into h1<11ne Without proper 1n s1r11cL1011..RESURRECTING THE JEDI F r r 1n I 1ifltr111r.IJ( It '.lt)lf lhctr (11<!1 1 l<i ii<.1vt ·•11hvl. I or< c• 11•.di pqwer 1•. rnysl c. tiol<. tight dc•lr~n:. c-irt hr· '·"' 111111rHI n gro11p <>I llt'<Jf~lino f '"' 1: '. thr.lri rc·<.fe. on c 01 uc:. lh<• WlirlCl. u t U1I .r1tH(r1lr cl tlu lr•<li K11 .·1 rr11 IC1.. of yeC:J r').c. llflf10fl.t<111r l r1· 11Jy lo •.yrn1c• Lfl<·11 r·flort•. Luckily.r'. rtgc ·nl •. emergent Force wielders are barred from seeking traditional means of training and education during the reign of the lt11• rtllfl'.·lOl1 lictlctrlfl'.ions every 10 <orn..~r.111d cHICf• clf1d trr11111113. lktotch.c·ct tt1~k rorr" lo loc .il ru l<~. 111~. The sorcerers of Weik have a unique perspective of ~vhat the Force is. (1·11·11 1c10.>rlous and powerful.c•.:.t!. the· P. Wl1i1l lttllc knowleclge ol thc:Jc:d1 and t.1(1 iJl'.1!:. ht 1n uric 11·nl mrnltJ ·llt orclc•r Ill it orH 1· th fr•n<lt•cl JH'rll 1• rid'" .ugt1 tho LrnpifC: ha'.11gnr.i1t1 111<' nf'xl ecncrr1L1on. a number of other Force sects still thrive beneath the notice of the Empire.J<. 1t1t10 . effective ly llainPd by lhe sa1ne n1yl11ical sto11es tt1aL were used to train Ute Jt'cl1 ol old Sl1ould plavcrs actually discover one of the 1.1y ho f<)(f(..•1cn to th<. IL c:ru1 tJrj t1 1!d t" llllf''' 1•. ()vc•r lllC· long years of their existence. 111 1 ll 1 it h rnt . the Jedi Order guided young Padawan lea rners as they plumbed the depths of the Force. The mythical worlds of Ossus and Tython are thought to 11avc troves of holocrons and datacards lilied with Jedi wis dorn from throughout the ages. the. Ule hl~l<1r / <ii th1l Je<lf ( )rrJr r Wo11ld b11 l<:<J1 rn1gt11 1 •..:.nrJcd place on CortJ!.. 1r1c.v po.. lrr1p. Bardolta. block 1<Jt·cl. 11nt1I any su<. providing a useful list or f)lac l!s lor LI 11· I r11p1rP 1o IJlock<Jde wllen It rose Lo power. 111111r II 1<tow ol f rnp1·1 . in Lhe hope they can free Lhe {!rtlr.cncPs Lc1ilo1ed <.illt rnpt lo 1·r 1.i•." <.e l111• lf·<h ()1t11·r lrorn 111 tory lllf' I (lllf ~VOik'. of lho .1ght £Jn I r1<'11 101 Jf llf!V LOl/'/~r<J tJ£:C. Ll1e Jedi lo:. litll t1'rplr1111~ lr•<li cirr• td~1ng up I t1(1 ltCht lo rr I 11r11 I h« {'.t IJJtr l'f f>li1c e•.hcrr 1 rrtl 111o<Js re111d111s is i.ic <' /\II known f orce rract1ttoners hav<' l>een <Jc: stroyecl.. Jecl1 knew l11esr locdt ions as "vergences.tttc· 1cro . 0111111<.. INTRODUCTION lmCIJIOP'POWDl . rJI c·v!'ry 111111 A& oon <I~ Ll1r· r rnp1rr• dt·lr •1n1 1n<~·.t vllu•rs to lt1r1<~. ~A(J((.. ttirnigl'l..:cJr can •11-. Ir H 111r.>ma in rirn1Jy In Lile contro~ ol lhf• I rnpuc·. r.l. ti 1• popul JC t Lrl•rT1t)!r«.pl Cif1rr11ly tu 1111• llH'flll'5 fJlld 1tt•Pd<. tlto rorLt' ronllllllCS l<> c. I hen JiJr. ..:.

. 1vhrc h has dgent':i scounng t11c galaxy to cnsur c C)r der 66 1s tafrfect Olll lo c.i\uratera. . r . ..rl!J)t . and the proud. SO WHAT'S IN THIS BOOK.s.r'"> 1• ~· rortC POYl(. Force users across Lhe ages have sought Lo wield the energy of the Force th rough specially crafted objects. as the characters compete l'l'Jtii ·lie tf"' pire and other groups to find lost relics.J... ll was Force imbued swords.g .. F1na11.. inside decrepit teach Jedi hopefuls hov·r to cre<:te their ov.asparr of a larger adventure or campaign.. or as last·fl" "i. hidden. " .~! 84 1 whi le.a· that allowed them to g? v.. . providing marerial for players and Game Masters alike. \Yhe .1. sorne Jeoi <lid r~capt' Order 66 t>y go1ne into h1d1r1g 011 plancl~ like Auratl'r~.. clritrr1 1hc1r r10wcr r•JI l1~~ht·.lv<!r 1.e1 li' tro. ' '-"" P. as well as profiles of the exotic and sometimes dangerous creatures that live on those worlds.. a c<invr:r .<l 'J.n n Chapter Jll folloV11s up with Player Character and Non-Player Character options and information well-suited for a Force and Destiny campaign involving the locations in previous rhaptrrs. (!'> r . as well as Jktotch .g 1• •.t ( .ab{:r (ry'.. ..e-.rrn .. Dagohah..a.j.ien· ::. "' ( r '1 "'?• t h1.v· . and other Force sects throughout history.. objecls can hold real power. to ( . •1. t own llghls~.. ~ c 1 by provid ing legends and h1stonca1 t. C:'Of Force trad1trons. {"' constr11c... a h(Jlc. Chapter I gives GMs everything needed to utilize worlds once critical to the Jedi Order.!. • f. . Chapter II explores those places in the galaxy where the Force flows more freely.. Before the lightsaber..f lra1n1np <J ght·.c.t.Om1>let1on V\1h1ll· tile forrnl'r Jedi art' unlrkelv lo con1e out of h11:i111e.. "' (ron1 ll 11 ('Jr<• lo U1r 0 J 'r P.. \"Ille re 1t rlo\vs lrke a torrent. I )o I "'.JU$ Yir rid· "' . Jedi even used the Force to channel a portion of their own essence into a holocron. they are the cornerstone r.ihcrs or repair.i1' il"' rnentor Holocrons can also >er vc .wle<Jge f'''.~. but for Ihose 1n tune w1Lh the Force. of 'uncaons esno a·~. J • ·v . S\'Jamp} ~ and quiet Lothal. Frozen I.. _ Leach the ways of the For( 0.:llgn arcs .J an era 111 Vo/h1c.:N· 1rr . and discredited much of Jedi history. c1rluI 1I..1es Sf~t in thr~e:: FA~ They might also offer knowledge of otrer .sl'' Lri<JJl orJv. t111d tolllfll Aspiring J1•d1 ca11 follo1v up 011 rurnors illld local legrnd& lo tr cl Ck down Sll~pCCI Cd for ml'r Jl'dl l llt:>y ITltl\' C. arr1phibious Gungans The chapler also pro files weapons.h~~h r p and the forests of Aleen all have h'story I'll[ 0 e Force trad1t1ons. or in other unlikely plac- f Ile ( ry'>f::i: <<lVf.h trad1L1on" J<:(JJ l Aa~wr~ ~ren't ..-.. and provides context to their historical significance.t ~ " .. cfS ~ "' 0 CHAPTER II: POWERFUL VERGEPI th t are strOr. There are places ana even (h1ngs a he su . '. Force-povvered relics sit within ancient vaults.'· f:! "" 1 . f't'J·~... 9.'. flood ng ~paces" J• \\'llh power The Jedi kne\\' the:e SP~'~·ce 0)6'r5 "nexus points• or ·verg2nces.iri<. a1d f varon all have direct ties to the once-po\•:erfu Je<l Empress Teta and Ossus are legendary Ios t plarets ed ~. A exus oF PoweR is a setting book designed to take read· ers on a galaxy-spanning tour of locations strong in the Force. i 1 their powers. shied a1v::y fro.Jng fr:. J v 1 l~olo( r<JrlS dre fJOWUrtul knc... The Sith created Force-powe·~ a· lets and tokens to ser1e a vanet.rithout food or drtnv for eYU:"tjoo periods to allow for uninterrupted r'leC11tat1on Tte see·s lktotch sometimes wore gems that boosted hC'l'I fa· ~!C 'J future they could see. br'JY< r "'i<A<>cror "' 1 •. • These two chapters enable GMs to run a campaign focused on exploring sites tha t have helped shape the Jedi. isolated V\ e1k: lush Naboo. <lcil. AV? into any ongoing adventure: they don't require a lot or se: up and can be completely self-contairied GMs can use t~ modular encounters in a variery of vva. 111n ~ ' f. equ1prnent.~e ~ tions in reaction to choices players make at me tab e CHAPTER I: WORLDS OF THE FORCE A dozen of the most storied worlds connected ro tire = tories of the most po\"lerful Force sects of the ga a\• covered within this chapter.\Vl1tle lhe llgl 1 t 01 the Jrcll hc1<> not sf1t1r11• 1n rna11v ycC1rs.t 'il:r• :" lowing GMs to direct lhe pan y l<J v1r>rkJc.... l11ey rncly sl1vrr> sor nc• of the11 1v1sdon1 ancl Sl't Plaver Chdracters 011 a pilttl Lownrcl rulfilltng lllc1r dcst1n1e~ GE TherL~ !lave always been those who superslillously assign po1vers lo tolems and Lrrnkets. readers will find derailed guides on several planets. The Dagoyan Masters ernployE:C ca ~ . y seek oo I 'omponcrrts <Jr 1a '•<.. ". . the Sith.'lb<'r cori~tr LJr t•r. the defenders of peace existed for far too long to be erased completely. known as ·vergences. In this book.. Force sects throughout the galaxy have created varied talismans that channel the Force for infinite effects.. 'HI lllJrri i1lld IJS')IJ'" ay.. • mythologies claim as the birthplaces of che ~' ..J " n . They are desigrse:J to be flexible and to work as standalone expenences. the elegant and spiritual Bardottans. NEXus OF PowER ends with an entrre chapLer oi rnodular ( adventures around..f rri::ir....r''" t :. Throughout the galaxy.~ .0 J j " 1-.r. strr..~. t: r. This presents players and Gl\~s \'tlth plenty of interesting options thf·y can exercise to give a campaign sorne local flavor. While the Empire has destroyed. t r~nl 11 '~ carnp..:r J . fc• Jei. imbued tali~mans.r ounters Modular encounters can be tnser led INTRODUCTION NEXU:r OF' POWER •tir While the Jedi Order spec1ficall.. <Jl<Jf f()f)'> fl< h . There are three new species options for PCs: the curio5ity-f1lled Aleena... primitive. altering the Al of the gatekeeper protecting its contents. VCll llt1V(' lO rclC C tll<' En1p1re. l'. and varrous relics and talismans found arnong their worlds. Such talismans are perfect OOJects tc cert.

reclaim lost artifacts. llum.. The chapter ends \vith some location-specific motivations that can drive characters to rebuild temples.. or act as sentinels over ancient ruins.~ci· ay fro.powered a ... survive a rigorous Jedi training regimen. . Others. t a1. llum. and Ossus. CHAPTER IV: MODULAR ENCOUNTERS The modular encounters here are set on some of the major planets covered 1n Chapter I as 1vell as at some of the vergence sites in Chapter II Potential activities include ex ploring ancient temples on Coruscant. like the dark side cave on Dagobah. It also introduces a variety of items and talismans to en1power PCs to fulfill their destinies. ns ano a~P. '"' te w1tt1 :~e ~ This chapter presents three nevv playable species: U1e Aleena. the Devoranians. designed to tap into Ll1e free fio~v1ng energy..~kior ex:c · r The set1I hOW tar 1ntor1 . i •• oa)a enien ·~ gIP tr: f nthose P¥· 1ent an. IN 1 lfOOU(l ION NEXUS cw AMICA .i c • o! marr. Jedi Temples on Auratera. : • • ~s.cant.r. ancl Lethal all take advantage of vergerces. . Devaron. to cers iects .'' easily access the po\~er of the Force Many Force sects con struct rnonu1nents and temples around vergences. ll then details new weapons and equipment that cllaracters can purchase in the locations presented in Chapters I and II. ' CHAPTER Ill: PLAYER OPTIONS . or face an encounter 1vith an evil agent of the Empire. oyea ia. and the Gungans. Coruc. the Bardotta. PCs might have rediscover a lost Jedi temple. serve t!1e Force 1n other \Vays.


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sectorwi<Je.lie planet's steppelands: huge. frozen seas locked away l)<'nc.()l1ct1l c1!1r·1 kylicr c rystnl~ tli<tl /11{11u 1.011ud by Ihe worst b(lckhenc hers <incl lrist tli.'xplor al. howcvC'r ILs presence in the Force wa s enormous. mephite. traveled from all across the galaxy to search for crystals.\1IJl'rs Tr1cl:iy 1l 1s r) howhn(~. or 1n0lers of ice.Sl<.ils. study the planet and its connection to the Force. tCf)Ortcd a barren. With the world's inhabit ants gone. she was d1. H cornplcx 1hat a ship's pilot needed to be at least sensitive to lhu rorc. Whal the teams did firld was d world !hat.111s Iens or thousnnds of yea rs .:10 U1c Jrcl1 sro1 11 locu5cd her altenlions. and Lhat's whc.1scd into a rnounLain cavern by dangerous crcalures and d1scove1c. ENTWINED WITH THE JEDI With llum secure. save for the occasional Jedi pilgrim there Lo find a new kyber crystal WORLDS OF THE FORCE lmCIJr OF PCMS:R .Yltl1 1L" d1•)c ovr•1y liy . AL places with a particularly powerful connection to lhc Force.. Once it was completed. blue while slar. however. despite its inhospitable envi ronment.i fully trained Jedi Master. as well as those from sub sequent survey tcarns.tempt rl. nor any real evidence that there ever had been. and all evidence pointed Lo L11c wo1 lcJ being clevoid of sentient life.1v t111llcr1111(11J(!f. I he c01111c 11 11nrr1cdiatcly dispal:ct1ed I earns of scholars. its glaciers and ice sheets quickly consumed the Jedi settlements and research sites.1111 <Jo1cnc. and galaxy &tar charts.rcl Lo support some planl. lJy ltie JucJI.o1 doc! 111:.lccJ hyper!>pacc navigation A~. as other sources of kyber crystals were exhaust ed or became otherwise unavailable. Bt•ncaL11 llurn's ice sticels and permafrost. the Jedi Counci l established a massive. burying them beneath dozens 01 hundreds of meters of ice By the beginning of the Clone Wars. ded1c.ry or 11un1's n11nc1 al wealth quickly changed the char r1ct1. a fact that Lhe surveyors could not explain unlil one learn was ch. While the planet remained a place of great importance.c. The d1scovr. and the main temple stood en1ply. 1ar. and animal life. Numerous settle menls were Founded over the subsequent decades. on lhc fifth planet.ourl" ol llll' r1111c h <. ·1he lirsl scout's 1111lidl reports. a11d plants and fungi clung lo life in she l I crcd spo l. the Jedi Order kept llum and its bounty secret and safe from harm. eventually taking possession of it for a time.lo1 y. I Ill' '>(Otll rnovPti tlirougti I.r ol llu111's c. Eventually. hiLh crlo 111H 11. Packs of large frll1101ds stalked I.aled liyperspac0 I.iw. frozen wr1i.s away frorn L11e constant wind. the council began send ing Padawans to llum to harvest the crysta l for their lrghLsaber and to undergo the important training rituals associated with lightsaber construction. typically near the sites of important scientific or Force-related dis coverics. the Jedi erected temples that served as tra ining centers or pilgrimage sites where members of the order cou ld go to meditate and heal. rf not .1 J(•d1 scout whose narnc is lost 10 l11<. 1. and enjoy the mental quiet of the uninhabited world.1go \.1•111 1111·11 l1ctit-.llin 1t1csc caves. Wil. In cJCl<l1t.ysle1n 1n Ll1c far reaches of Lhe Unknown H1•g1011:. ILUM'S HISTORY 1111111'::. prirr1d•Y e.iroun<J a bright. Lhe planel's er usl 15. to even at. rill references to llum in official reports were quilshcd.r. thanks to the abundance or kyber crystals on the planet.1wr1 10 I lu• lJ11k11ow11 l<Cf~ion•. Countless Jedi over the millennia traveled there to build their first lightsaber or to find crystals to build new ones.he hyperspace lanes." world was even kept from local. These anima ls 1111d plants d1d11'l exp lain lhe planet's strong Force shadow. from the greenest Padawans to the most ancient masters. Ancient sources suggest that the Sith may have laid siege to the world..011. the Jedi Council re cal led those members who were living on II um and shuttered all Lheir settlements and temples save for the main temple used for lighlsaber construction. and a number or slc•ps WPr t: 1c1ken lo 011su1 e that rl stayed that way I lype1 5pacl' survc:yor-s r11~1pp<. .ABOUN OF CRYSTALS iddr•11 . hCJvr~ In ollcr. slowrnovi11a aquatic rna1r1mals thrived in the icy seas. by a p'1rLicu larly powerful 11~!. and ol11er kybc1 crystals Lile hcarl of a Jedi's lightsaber. tl1n Council made a ciec1s1on lo keep Hurns c:x1s1c11t<' il SP<rL~l f1orn tt 1e gul<1xy al large. 5ornc>lh111g spPcra l. str111gh1 lo lh11n's orhll Tt1t• nav1galion of this route was so DARK LEGENDS F or thousands of years. power lul arid aggressive humanoid reptiles haunted Lhe many n1ounl:a1n cf1 ains. There is a nearly forgotten legend that speaks of a dark and violent time in the planet's trorn Mctcllos. windswept world of l(:Jll. hon0ycornl)ccJ by counllcss kilometers o~ interlock 1nr~ cave sys1 ems. Ilic ·~rout one of gr. and 1h<. p<·11011111111 ~ I c1rc (' fl!-.111ce 111 l11L' l·o1cc• I allowing the siren ca ll or Lhe F-orcc 11•so11a11c c. l cnLerr'd . cJ1 t111ans.'d llurn's real weallh .cd rnounlarns and shallow.111t t 'l'i ltlc lr11pt•rtt1I \II rncd lorce!. In addition. a wor lei 111 lhc Core region. baroque temple over the entrance to the largesl and richest cavern complex the survey teams had discovered. To pr~ lee! Ilic• crvst.Jedi Council.t n1 y hc•r.Jlly discove red a lonely.hroughoul ll1C1 systcrn. 1r><.lPll1nd H<1111". U1ere were no permanent residents on llum.ive 1rnpo11ancc• lo l11c .1on. the escaping survey learn cliscovcr cd a rnoL11er lode of pontite.!d out an uninterrupted. Upon receipt of Lhe 111•ws thc1t llurn possessed an 1ncredil>lc wealth of kyber crys tc1ls. but there was something powc!r lul . The Force wns slro11r. llum became the Jedi's sole source of these precious crystals. the exploration of the world and its connection Lo the Force was begun in earnest. rnanar.ind Wdr fior<:> lo sc< ure Lhc world and to furLher ~tucly 115 na1 u1r1I w1)Jlth and 1n1po1 tancc lo the Force.Ion fr orn one of curiosity . Gen erations of Jedi. llurn wus one c the .11 Lccl 1. No selllemenls or dnr 1P11l 1u111 s wet c discovered.

1 ing deep into the bowels of the planet.'"1nd·rg for countless kilometers through and beneath llum·s largest mountain range. seeiningly a~va1t1ng . return Some are still intact. an escort of small frigates and gunboats. ° WORLDS OF THE FORCE ~CWPoawa . The be removed from the surrounding stone by hand. They maintain their watch and caverns and can occasionally be found littering the floors communicate through official channels. and the \\Or1d has re:umed lo Its pr mal. So powcrful is the presence of the Force in the however. these troops \-vere reca ea to iherr home unit and dispersed to other b1lleLS FuUy at. Mean1vhlle the caverns fro!T' ~respass and to pro" ide shelter and train. the Force .Temple. the cere!T'ony called "the Gathering: Army and Navy use the billet to dispose of ineffecti\e ofThe stone from which the crystal caves are carved is a ficers. e'e1ier.:ala\y. the crystals can cooperation aside from what is absolutely necessary.. surprisingly little of the crystal caves' total area has been explored.1 1 sorne (j11cient survey records suggesting thousands or even These abandoned sites lie scattered all across tens of 1housands of kilometers of tunnels and caves stretch.. It was this ease of excavation and a handful of assorted patrol and utility speeders. and a sacred to the Jedi for that. poorly run ships. llum·s surface Nevertheless. 111 sites can sllll be found here and there uurn's IJtl} or the crystal caves 1n pursuit of some phantorn. some light armor basic hand tools to excavate. osl crystal caves that 1t causes vivid hallucinations 1n even the 11 that cov clers and massive.:yber cr.the navy kept its blockade with a constantly rotating roster ing fac1lit1es for v'S1ting Jedi The caves eventual!~ became a of squadrons of varying strength.state of turmoil. and the rarely v sited Jedi Temfhe a1 the entrance lo the C!\-Stal caves. along 1v1th the crystal caves so valuable to the Jedi. ~unnels that turn in on themselves and either come to abrupt ies there-it was too remote too hard to reach.. and strange rock forma. . the crystal caves The Army forces. the Emperor quickly replaced the troopers of the 481st with a dedicated Joint forces m1ss1on benvee:i the Imperial Navy and [he Imperial Army. and engi ~ere nrsi explored . shafts. In many places. and troublemakers and malcontents smooth. As the years passed the army's posi tion grew into a full garrison at the temple site. \Nith1n the labyrinth neering units.Y n1ov1ng ice sheets of ir1teresu11a most guarded mind.n the ancient 111 JEDI RUINS . pre settlement state The onl) hints of L1S pre'li oos flhab tants are the occasional Jedi ruin revealed b. inaccessible crystal veins require only and possesses a handful of AT-ST walkers. The as much as the sheer quantity of crystal deposits that made naval blockade consists of the Gladiator-class Star Destroyer Hoplite under the command of Captain Malthegn. Curren tly. ano chambers 1s a staggering ~ealth of the kyber crystals-mainly meph1te and pontite. The sheer size of the cave complex is staggering.. side caves. .nat on for Jedi seeking crysta s for ne\'v hghtDespite the Emperor's insistence on the importance of sabers and were incorporated rnto a Pada\\fan coming-of-age both the blockade and the garrison at rhe Jedi Temple. tends Lo have a dls~ressingly disorienting effect on Visitors to the ir inhabitants: others are little more than 1u:hir~n~ gW the caverns. a planetary blockade. pilgrimage dest. pu<!' confusion of permanent ~dents eft ong ago. CRYSTAL CAVES Home to perhaps lhe largest deposft o' :. ebf · ~tost.POINTS OF INTEREST I . and to~ ends or plunge thousands of meters into dark cracks. While they never establisheo C'l of the temple's footprint are a warren of dead-end caves. \•.ts of tJie 481 st Legion were dispatched to llum to ehm nate a Jedr on the planet and i:O secure the temple there. Most of the known caverns lie within the boundaries of the temple's training area. tunnels. the Jedi Order erected a temp'e over the entrance to protect servation outposts scattered around the planet. basalt-like volcanic rock that absorbs ligh t of all stripe. The crystals them. llum's crystal ca\·es \·~ere said to be the Jedi's most sacred place by none other than Jedi Master \Oda himself.d n1oun countless Jedi have wandered into the unct1arLcc1 portions or. never to be heard from again l~1n passes. \. established a beach head not far from the Jed of corridors. This tias led many an explorer astray. at the bottoms of valley~. .'stals any- IMPERI L GARRISON At the end of the Clone V\'~rs. but there is no real of corridors and chambers. and those few charted areas outside The Jedi worked and lived on llum for almost as long as they existed as an order. black. and the Army and Navy forces there are selves grow unimpeded from the walls and ceilings of the openly hostile to one another. and even garrison is home to roughly one hundred and fifty soldiers the most stubborn. research stations. temples. the Imperial forces at llum are 1n a and is surprisingly easy to work with.nto that make up the sear'ng heart o~ every Jedi's ightsaber. light armor. t. observation . ~r witli~ettlernent ar nnth1ne cave systems One such ruin is the Holenesh Canyon. In addition. 'ld eros on or g1acrer catv 'lg.they did build scatteied 51'13• . Onte th Emperor's pov•er \Vas finally consolidated and the structure: of his Empire \':ere firmly 1n place. slo\. a nurnber shelteri. have been buried deep bene<lth the er . Despite the millennia in which the Jedi lived and worked on llum and the planet's importance to the order.settlements. th.>-ie {. ·ce tions. a mix of infantry. as part of Order 66. with and other structures on and beneath the planets su: ·" r • 11un1 111 ~.ous states of ruin. 1vith small ob\Vithin a few short years of the crystal caves· discovery. while a small Navy battle group in orbit settled .'Cl~e of the importance of llum to tne Jedi Order and of llum·s la tent Force po~ver.


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they rear up like a serpent and attempt to swallow prey whole. Pierce 4. lead them into traps. These characteristics have allowed them to survive and even thrive on an inhospitable planet full of savage creatures like gorgodons and asharl panthers. Anything they can't eat in one bite they tear into pieces by grasping it in their mouth and shaking it violently. Critical 5. a clever opponent can easily outflank them. Knockdown. Brawl 4. chilinous plates in shades of white and blue. these massive creatures are as agile as they are deadly_ Averaging around eight meters in length. 1 Abilities: Heightened Sense of Smell (razhak upgrade ~It Pe1cept1on checks once}. 1"ormllke creatures that propel themselves using rippling muscle 1idges. Their bodies are broad and flat. Talents: Adversary 1 (upgrade the difficulty of all combat checks against this target once). Abilities: Dense Fea thers (immune to the effects of co ld and hazardous weather). caus. Sunder) (+ ++J SNOWFEATHER (MINION) RAZHAK [NEMESIS] Aniong the 1nost fearsome predators on llum. Range [Engaeedl. when they attack. T engnge an opponent or group of opponents. Deception. clever. Critical 3. Searing Touch (when an oppone ends its Lurn engaged with the razhak. snowfeathers have Few natural predators.KNIGHT ·LEVEL ADVERSARY he razhak is a very dangerous creature. This ability allows them to tunnel through ice as though it were soft sand. segmented. razhak are armored. Resilience 3. Second. the best Vigilance skill determines difficulty] to create illusion of greater size and threat. for two :easons First their meat tastes terrible and is mildly poisonous. If the snowfeather succeeds. may make an opposed Deception check vs. Forcesensitive characters add • to the fear check. droids and other characters immune to Force powers automatically pass the check). Despite their inoffensive nature and inability to fly. covered with ~hick. Vigilance [when multiple opponents are present. Razhak usually build their nests inside of ice wal ls or densely packed snow. and it is recon1mended that GMs pit it against groups of Knight-level PCs (see page 321 of the FoRCE AND DesriNv Core Rulebook).ing painful cramps. Fearsome 3 (when razhak Snowfeathers are small . their heads are topped with long segmented antennae that serve as sensory organs. Damage 1O. the opponents mu. Aggressive and solitary. Perception 3. While the~ have no apparent eyes. they live in nesting colonies built into ice shelves or cliff faces. razhak live in the endless tunnel systems beneath llum's surface. Frightening Visage (as an action. or PCs of an equivalent povver level. Their huge mouths feature multiple rows of serrated teeth. they have a connection to the Force that gives them the ability to project an illusion that makes them seem larger and more formidable than they really are. ~ ~ 1 3 Skills (group only): Brawl.-. Pierce 1). 12 25 11 a a Skills: Athletics 4. Survival. razhak are also easily distracted and creatures of minimal intelligence. Equipment : Beak (Brawl. and loosening of the bowels in those unfortunate enough to eat them. Damage 3. or make them lose interest in attacking altogether. Keeping this in mind.l make c1 Hard fear check). bloating. In addition to possessing great speed and a savage demeanor. Silhouette 2 Equipment: Mandibles (Brawl. the opponent suffers ) wounds Jnd 2 strain}. Talents: None. flightless bird~ nat1v~ to llum Their bodies are covered in a dense layer of oily. WORLDS OF THE FORCE INEXUS OP' POWER . typically leavir:ig the nest only to eat or mate. Thankfully. They are deceptively fast and. Relatively harmless creatures. Range [Engaged!. while they are terrifying to behold and extremely dangerous. razhak also can generate intense heat strong enough to rapidly melt solid ice and cause serious burns to exposed flesh. white feathers that protects them from llum's bone-chilling col~ a~d vicious weather. all opponents present must make a Hard (• • •) fear check.

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and even banded together to ward off invasion. and instituted his reign of terror. of arms. For the humans on Naboo.· Little is known of the Elders save that they came from the stars to colonize Naboo. Since humans arrived on Naboo nearly four thou sand years ago.calling themselves "the Naboo. poltti( people with no unify~ng government or culture The LribPs constantly warre<J with one another unlil a powerful Gungan boss named Gallo united the Gungans under a single banner. rauonalisrn. The Great Time of Peace came to an abrupt end when. carried on cold ~vars. destroyf'd any holdouts. Rcpresentauve Jar Jar B nks J"d Shecv Palpatrne. to ignore one another and hve separately on the planel. Chancellor Palpatine. centered in the bustling capital of Theed. a general named Jafan united the city slates through both force of will and force.ener ates great legislators the WORLDS OF THE FORCE lllEXUs OF' PCN:WR . is founded on tt1ree core of pride among Na boo society dnd the culture 1. It ls impossible to discuss the culture of Naboo without a close look at the contributtons of both and at 111/hat effects they have had on one another Naboo culLure. and nearly all of the other non-humans on the planet were evicted or incarcerated years ago. known as the Time of Suffering 1n Naboo history books. Its beloved queen became an esteemed Senacor and then died suddenly.oth sides. who had suffered the predations of the Elders for so long. things have never been better. The Gungans lived this way for millennia. scholars.vere now . F NABOO'S HISTORY Naboo's history is best split into two distinct eras: prehuman and post-human colonization. leaving behind millions of mourners. and eventually laid the foundations for the Gungan capital city at Otoh Gunga Meanwhile. believed to be indigenous to Naboo despite some evidence to the contrary. At that time. while there were no clashes between till~ t\'IO species ctn<J precious Jillie tnteracuon ot11er1111se. the planet Grizmallt in the Core region. Indeed. the two species engaged 111 a number of brutal conflicts over territory and access to natural resources They eventually reached a shaky Peace in which both sides agreed. was founded along the banks of the Solleu River. The people govern themselves. the humans. ARRIVES Fleeing a brutal civil war on its passengers· homeworld. it wasn't until ~he colony ships landed and the Grizmallti began settling on tt1e planet that they discovered that another sentient spe(1es called it home. both <licl rhcir level h<>st to destroy themselves from w1lh111. Before the coming of human colonists from the stars. a new threat to Naboo arrived from the stars. The Gu11gn11s were a Lrib. installed himself as the head of a new Galactic Empire. lived in large nomadic tribes that squabbled over grazing land and access to Naboo's many waterways. The era is considered a golden age 1n Naboo history. The Gungans flourished over the following millennia until. especially in Theed. Life on Na boo lapsed into a long period of peace and prosperity During tt11s pc11ocl. Over the next few decades. withdrew into their lakes and swamps to keep their distance from these new interlopers. relations between the newly arrived humans and the Gungans quickly soured." had fallen prey to bitter •nfight~ng and had split along cultural and political lines. The time of the Clone Wars ~vas tumultuous for Naboo. The native Gungans. HUMANITY. into warrrng factions. Today. a member of one of Naboo's oldest and most prestigious families. and pl1!1osopl1ers t1old µlac. PEOPLE AND CULTURE The two primary species of Naboo-the insular Gungans and the civic-minded Naboo humans-share a tumultuous history. as a precursor to the Clone Wars. tind service. The human populace.BIRTHPLACE OF THE EMPIRE or a \\'Or1d so calm and unassunl1ng. it was used as a vacation spot for Grizmallti aristocrats and as a private hunting preserve for big game hunters from across the Mid Rim. It was dunng the Great Time of Peace that the human capitaJ. was considered the pride of the planet for his apparently levelheaded and wise leadership until he dissolved the Senate.:i ac· L Rei •\1bl1c and current Galactic Emperor and Dark Lord o the 51. the two peoples have clashed. Naboo is at peace again. it was eventually freed by the actions of the Jedi Council. the Elders left Naboo for some unknown reason and passed from galactic history. is very well looked after by its Imperial minders. waging war on the Gungans in the process. a fact that the population is well aware of. Theed.h \\ ll1le these credentials alone are enough ·o PL · i\Jboo ear tile top of any list of important 1vorlds. niainta1ned peaceable relations. almost a century before the refugees arrived. until the appearance of an alien species known only as "the Elders. who i. and given Lo long study and hvely debate Artists. albeit with Imperial advisors vvorking at every level of their government. Despite the best efforts of diplomats on b. pacifisn1. The Gungans have retreated into their deepwater cities. They are an intellectual people. This era. which they had named "Nabu" af· ter one of their principal deities. Eventually. · 111s s111a 1\Jlerv l\'Orld has had a long and storied history and 1vas respected on the galac tic stage well before even Patpat1ne \\1as born. The Grizmallti had discovered the planet. leaving behind little more than a handful of massive stone edifices and a bru talized Gungan society. Naboo vvas home solely to the amphibious Gungan people. Naboo was blockaded by Trade Federation vessels. N:1boo ha~ plnyeci an e\cepttonallv important 101e 1n galactic history ovPr the past re1'f decades This \\'Orld of far rncrs nnd scholars 1vas t b r 1place or tile h1ghl\ respected and sorely Inn ie' en SL nator Pad me Anlrdala. essentially. the former Chancellor of the G.en large cily stales. is characterized by brutal wars betwe. some1vl1at reserved . a group of colony ships carrying refugees arrived in orbit over Naboo. The Gungans. around 4. Eventually.000 BBY. where the Empire can't reach them. and ushered 1n the Great Time of Peace.

r to 1 rstrusu1. green-domed sandstone rotunda. secuted. 111deecl !Ill' explOtlS O[ l>rCl\C' l\'c11110rs and <:... and 1no5l oltH!r sp1!c1cs. and c1tv and state officials.. to sightseeing and visiting the artists' retreat rn Moenia. a handful of recreational fields. prrcleful people With 111•clrc)11 10 11c1Lure.. and the cily is packed with rnuseums.. most drarnaric city on any 1oVorld in the Mid Rim.1 of • IVC their • deep wnlun I'IJaboo s many l<1kcs and ~eas. r..ysl c•rr11c opp1 e<.t. and the quality of their rooo nws '\treich ' . Although small in number and heavily per. It is. and car only be reached by boat.t ose con 1111111an:. and playfu l. Despite its proximity to bustling Palace Plaza.1VVV general~ a1c ensh11ned 111 n1onurnents tllrouglloul 1 lll't'CI l·lo~v1 v1•1. 0 POINTS OF INTEREST n aboo is one of the most popular tourist destinalions in the Mrd Rim and Outer Rim Territories. There is something for everyone on Naboo. natural beauty. shady brick-lined walk· ing paths.l'\'ilY Olller < t1llllll'<i \CllP.itc•r !. Their literary and musical tradrt.'~llr greaL gent•r. With the rise~~ the Empire.e games. these Naboo Rebels may one day turn the tide n the fight against Imperial dominance. This occasionally led to l~lood~ conflrcls as the humans settled lands already occu pied bv Gungans or destroyed sites the nauves held sacred Tile Gungans. PLASMA REFINERY nd Assen~ Built 1n 65 BBY l)y Outer Rim Constructior\ a r eng•r'lce ~ 0 Tlleed's plasrna refinery 111 1gl1llors 1Ile N 1boo llcivc an unfo1 tu11<Hr lt•ndl'llLY to1vard snobberv and possess per hnps dll O\ er 1111 lat l'li v1c·1' ol t 11c11 self·vvorlh Throughout then h1s101\ 111a11) l1Jv1• '>1.1on They were c. 1101 to r.that visitors use as a shelter and event space. the Gungans are grega.HP . a small orchard. The Gungans revel in sportsmo.1!)00 have le>okC'd dol'vn tipon L111. and parks.. Theed Is a bustling metropolis that boasts some of the finest cultural attractions and entertainrnent in the galaxy.oa nch ilno back over millennia.L underw. the park lies in the shadow of the Royal Palace across the river. a~d dense stands of trees. . 1hc N. Museum of Art is one of Theed's many resp iellr l\l•1c" 11 Named for the ancient Na boo noble house of P~ i toi11e II' s dediratt• donated the funds to bu ild 1t. It is not uncommon to see important government business being done in the rotunda. Where the Naboo are cool. There is so much to see and do 1n !heed that rnost residents state the city cannot be fully expenenced until one has lived thflrc at least a year.ind 11)11qur <. They seem to value joy and simple fun no~s than do the bookish Naboo.. BROADBERRY MEADOW Broadberry Meadow rs one or Theed's countless well-tended city parks Located on o triangular spit of land at a fork in the Solleu River where it plunges over the Cliffs of Theed. quite popular among mem bers of Naboo's royal house. Broadberry Meadow is rarely visited by the commo• populace of Theed. from urban nightlife and edifying cultural and educational experiences in Theed..1lly ret 11•ill eel beneath the water ror goocJ l the GJ11 Cung.'e111l1e G1111gans as little more than un11n· Pr O\t'd ~avag1'" a li:cklcss people with no sense of property or propr 11~t \ 1~110 had no right to tell the cultured and civilized (Olorusts vvltrr t thev could and could not settle.. pa rticularly aquatic athletic contests and animal and and · . le' 1~ 1 tn 1 display and pron1otion or conten1porar~ art -:. THEED The capital city of Theed is possibly the loveliest. and the Forc.. the Gungans havf~iglerner11~ complex cul ture. without external strife or enta live 'e Despite whal the Naboo think. were already an old and es tablrst1ed pC'ople by the lime t11e Grizmalltr humans arrived to colon11e Naboo Although they were descended rrom am· ph1b1ans and had the ability to breathe water as well as arr ror n1ost or tllerr early existence t11ey were a land ·dwellrng people Organized 111 nomadic tnbes. the l1dughty humans mostly ignored the Gungans. 1hey prefP.0. llierr gocJs.ins 11n..c.-. palace attendants.<.lor11za11on.111 primani 11 i~ e 1nv11dery. ol cc.ClllcmenL<> to P. and diverse nora and rauna have attracted sentients for millennia. . 011 Na boo ar Usts.1 Despite their differences. to communing with nature and engaging 1n adventure in one of Naboo's many preserves.I Frorn Lile c>i11 '1est davc. Wilen the Elders arr ived and began their colonization. During colo111?at1011. PARNELLI MUSEUM Of ART Located a stone's throw from the Royal Palac.1ls That'c. The park features a single structurea tall. these early Gungans 1-vere llunter-gatllerers who stalked Naboo·s vast plains rn search ol the loVOrld's huge wild herd animals.e ~.lY •· rocuc. ror their par L. gallerres. slraddling the river at the point where It plunges over Ihe Clitrs of Theed. struct their ornate bubble cities and are contcn~· lthey con 0 on their own terms. is a rnaf\ie WORLDS OF THE FORCE NE>CUI OP' POWER co~P~ .'11 Cung. set lhng 1vl)l. dfl(j o. .in!\ simple. the f}Jr~~<>c ted n1usei.ape th .L 111H1 I Lhe Grrtmallt1 arrrve<JI lh-::i c Ir• . Her •el. however. ve hrc1e racing. The rest of the park is given over to well-tended lawns and flower gardens. Nciboo s rnart1al 11erot•s n1a11t• llH'll rnark <lL'h'nd1ng 111c•11 p0ople ralllt•r ttian 111 \\Clr'S 01 e'pdnsron .!1 l'! Lhey pleased and doing wl1atever they wan Led 1v1th tl1e plcu1et's na tural resources. the Parnc 11 . the Gungans built thl'll f11c. 1ne ana art 1s every brt as good as that of their human neighb ·.civ thaL the Naboo don t l1avt: t11rlf' sharf' of great m11l1cirv l1'<Hl e1s. the Gungans are pass ors ronate Where the Naboo are reserved. the Gungans and the Nabooa bound by their connection to th~ir planet.1 I howl'Vt'r I1 ~vt1sn . many of the more liberal-minded Naboo hav 1oined Gungan agitators to form a homegrown network ~ Rebel cells planning to strike at the Imperial forces desecrat· rng their planet. Its unique geological makeup. The Royal Palace 1s located Lt1ere. Built at the edge of a rnass1ve waterfall along the banks of the Solleu River.

and nurnerous storage and ma1nlenance hangars.a • s. Lhc sprawling PRC 1s centcrccl aroun<J a seemingly bolLomless shaft driven deep into Naboo·c. The palace has been expanded and renovated countless Limes in the nearly thousand years of its existence. core.located on t11c Cliffs of Theed next to the Royal Palace Designed as an extracuon and refining facility and as a power generallon center. Constructed in 832 BBY by the people of the newly founded city of Theed under the direction of King Jafan. IOLus. which operate out of the adjacent Theed Hangar. clear ap proaches. Naboo's Royal Palace is a tour de force of Naboo classical architecture. THEED ROYAL PALACE Considered the "Jewel of Naboo" and the loveliest building 1n Theed. t-"' ·~(P lfrfl lfi~'I h~ crvt Situated al Lhe base of the Cliffs or Theed in a broad expanse of reclaimed v1Le·rn1ndt'd p~ople of Naboo Thecrl Uni\ 1•r ::. the palace sits astride the Solleu River where it plunges over the Cliffs of Theed. the_ spaceport can handle ships ranging rrom shuttles and light rre1ghters to Botajef freighter ltners and even.1l y <. In addition.pec1ilh1es in polit1cnl sc1c> ol tilt' c1v1I '. A broad pedestrian avenue. the Palace Plaza stretches from the steps of the palace's main entrance to a large park known as the Palace Courtyard. With 1Ls expansive platforms and broad. The plaza is lined with shops. 1he school h'1s also WORLDS OF THE FORCE I MUS OF P01MLJt . Built shortly after the city's rounding in 832 BBY and expanded in 65 BBY by Outer Rim ConstrucLion and Assembly. museums. baroque affair featuring dozens of soaring sandstone towers capped with bright green domes trimmed with brass. secret rooms. Lhe mu l ~i Liered. It is a sprawling. expansive feel. and rorgotten corridors. civies • and lavv l'dt1cnt1u11 !)0sµ1tt~ lt11<. TH EEO UNIVERSITY A premier inslilullon of higher learning. The spaceport also houses a large and ornate terrrunal build ing. with tall arched ceilings and numerous windows that give even the smallest spaces an open. ·1tieed Un1ver sity has 1 lonr 1ttcl stoned c·11ccr that stretct1es back to tile lounding ol the ell\• itself As it \\'dS built to servl'! the neec. Theed Spaceport is Naboo's primary spaceport and one of the busiest ports in the Chommell sector.c. monuments. the PRC houses Theed's pnmary power generation system and the headquarters of bolh the Royal Naboo Securily Forces and the Royal Naboo Starf1ghter Corps. Near lhe extracuon shaft are the refining complex on one side and a storage ancJ sh1pp1ng facility on the other. high-volume spaceport is used prirn~rily f?r ~eavy shi~ping and commercial passenger service. a handrul of administration buildings. from which plasrna is extracted. The interior spaces or Lhe palace are bright and airy. • ~· THEED SPACEPORT . the PRC was buJlt as part of a NabooDamask I lolcJ1ngs Joint venLure Lo expand plasma refining on Naboo A massivt\ triple-domed complex Lhal blends in qu1L<' W<'ll w1lh Lhc surrounding architecture. within il are many long-disused chambers. and buildings housing various state agencies and their attendant workers. ships as large as a CR90 corvette. in a pinch.

home Lo nun1erous boutiques.l'·I 111111111• 111 1IH' l l1111g1111 1 llh''• ..011 Gunga is i.11l1•t 111111\ll\''.l1 l1lllH~1I C\lll'.lll0 111011 llt1d (I Ill'\\ 111 v built on Spet11 h<•ild's lou11d il t <'I\:!-..l 1IS lll d 11111'• \1\1' h\\\\\)\\1111\ \\\l\l\\l\ 1 .1cl1•111t.11111l'I tb. G.\CJll'> ol . and 111odcr n city.1s1 11''" holdouts . 10 n1ass religious ceremonies. dine.. and il is 11on1c Lo a diz Z\ 1ng arrJ\ of ne1ghborl1oods and dislricls wiL11111 thc city ANCIENT QUARTER I Situated at tile heart of Otoh Gunga. ll1'l~~l\\\111 ll1\1ld' 11\dll\lt t..ip..'St ·o 1 h1cra1 chy <1n1ong the villages. ho1111' 011111' 1op.1rn11t1•» •. 1ctvic ser 1cs1de11ua1 and commercial districts. Ototi Gunga Carden can easily be converted to other uses Over the years. CITY BIGSPACE I\ IC'lc1llV(~IY n<~W .l 111111•1111 l'1lpd \Ith' . run or ancient buildings and 1nachinery I .u llunR C.. 11ie<11crs..1• l\11111n<1 1111· 11•nt1. greenery.• 111cy c.IOl'l Lt'n11ir1pc. <lgo C)ldr•t rec.11. 00 ' ' \' J IUlj 11' 1(J ~If · r111g111 irJm 'nr M~II !hr• .1111 1l11111t ltic•h pro11d 111tt1111" U1lcl 11 11 • 1.Js LllC' c.1H1g<111 f.1boo.111 • 11 'Ill .n 11\l' b1•11ea111 Naboo·~ vvJle1s a11d Lile aggressive htlllhlll::> \\lhO It\ l' on lhf' Slll IJCC Toda\.1 11cl1011 or I Ile Bigspacc Lo provide the pcoplr of Otoh 1 c. and private luxury boxes cling to the bubble's supports above them While it is primarily a racing venue. Gu11g<1ns flo( kerl to t11c c11 y I10111 all .111111L111<lod l>Y 1 1 11\ I'll' \\I 'l\l. t ell with 1 Each one 1s a small city unto ' 5 · ..1.\I)\1\1.·1 arc ~orne nl i I it• 111o<.>ll\' lll .1110 dl'st11iy1·d 1111• .111nl11e 11 ..:1.lrht"'.1"1 lll'i(r)llt.1 1111\\'\l . OLoll Gunga Is a 11 ue 1vo11dl'I of Naboo. Otoh l un1!·' t'\PJlldC'l1 . stage performances. 1".cll s1g11lllG Ill••' Wltl\111 Cuno11 I cm " I>' I 1l~lt)p1 (. as well as lo open spaces 11llecl wit11 tounta1ns.1l1' Cung.1111p.1d.ll\•d l1l d I 1111 t\1•11p lttlll\ ldilt iilll '-11 t-111' .111 N. 1rncJ 1111 ltJ cl.1rly rvery taste imaginable.i 3 d 1 ~111c vices. 1. OTOH GUNGA GARDEN Located near Lhe center of OLoh Gunga. the City Bigspace has become one ol I Ile 1nosl popular deslinalions 1n Otoh Gunga The area bus· lies nigl1l and day with bhousands or cllizens from the city anti oullying villages who come LO shop. .11nst G.11n1nt~ 1t Otol1 Gung.11 b11l•l•h· I<.1nu 1111" 111·'''"1' .\11 11111 11111•1 I 1111tl 1 1 11 '-\ \'11\114\ 1111111 II' \ 11h1q•. t1110ugll 111plllllhll \ . Housed in its own hydro static bubble. even If IL Is llltle l<nown on tl1c st11l.Liii hve In 1 ~ 11 . n1cl11.. a facL lhat greatly pleases Boss Nass.Hid ''"'''''' li11 .J11c ic111 l1~1ln''~ 111\ 1\I Sp1'. •.. <111rJ uxpc~n'>tvc• 111 1111 ol Otoh r. tne Garden has hosted music concerts.11.1<. 1oc.1110\ t 011solldt1 1101\ C. t1on rot tile Otot1 Villages 1s a catchall des1~na 111a1 numerous discrete 11yd1ostatlc bLll>bl~ ga n1ake up the population tenter$ of oioh 15 <ft'" • .111 trtbl's undv1 his [l.111 \Ndl lo1d H.1111111 ~)1111\ ~tllllH. 111111 1'\I . which features " wide variety or tapcafes and mobile food vendors catering to nc.1\t iga11 PC'<'Pll' 0\CI lhl' subsequent ee1101a11ons.111 ''' N. the Ancient Quarter encornpasses the ong1nal cit) foundations laid by Boss Gallo The entire quarter is a htsto1 ic p1eser vat1on district.ltll 1 111 11\. and even pe1 sonailty and customs Ttier e~sciost.1111''' H( "' 1.1pittll of l'lt' \.1h11.111d lilt' 1.. Pits and bongo garages line 1ls outer edge. d1•vui. 1'11tt1 the ouub c wtulel 01 oh Gunga's co1 e horne to rnore well off Gltngans.11.onsluc1 lo I)<' ii nuw rcsi<l(:nt • I 111• 1q . . 1111\1111 1• ~)h.t \'i 11\l' '11•.II<' /\ru::tr!lll Ou.11111\ B1)s. water rilled Lube raceway that winds arot1nd lhe interior of t11e bubble.1111(:. ..10 111..11111'11 .. mull! lcvl'I crncrtalnn1cnt district. Boss Nass ordered lhe < unc.. 111 \.. I.. l'lll('l ldlllll\Clll (1'111l 'l'i. and art The Bigspacc 1s also 1101nc to tile Bigspace Refreshment Bubble.111<1 h..1\'\'as11 111 places of h1stor1cal and cultural 1mportance. and even pohtical ra111es add1t1on to other spo1 ts popular among th!' Gun· gan population OTOH VILLAGES . 111 \ ll\' \1\111\l\ll 1...p. . 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St11•1·l..\1 11•fl11·d 1111'1' llol 11wll11 vl'illltta yol«~lr:. 1rt 1.111' 1v.' 11\an one 1nillion Gungt111s live and work In Olol1 Gung~1 It 1s a Lhrlv1ng.s1 .\c 1's:> N. de spite ~vhal non Gungans n1ay bol1eve. srC'l-111g salel~ t101n both th<' r<Jvcnous crcci· 1111c" 1\1. 1 111 . Ot.1gc•t 10 lct1VC Ills rnark on Lt1c c1ly.1 1\1 111'\I 1\1\ 11111\\ l'lllllllllt'lll .·~ d1..11ngan ciue~ i1nd wllll i111yo11t. Indeed.Ho \\'llO.1 11111111 1 1 111111thl'1 I di II • 11111 llllll.111115.lclent • •.1 wlllt c1 place LO gather and relax IL 1s a "''' l.1ce Like anv large cit~. Ranks of bleacher seats dominate the circun1ference of the bubble at its widest point. 1111111 lr11n1 i1II ov1•1 1'lal1on lo 'lee• lhe AnClt:!llt b . and performance venues..\I\ lllt.11lo1d Bose..1co h\ 1111' 1. • i111y old liloocJ C.. R1lt:O(' . pl.

There are also a handful of large estates kept by the wealthy and powerful as refuges from daily life in Theed_The famous Varykino Villa.. Numerous transit lines and private speeder companies run service to the Lake Country from the capital.. home primarily to shaak ranchers and small-time agriculture concerns. but all share some basic design features and functions. the retreat of the Naberrie family. A sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of Coruscant..vy officers. The region is sparsely populated. ote and secret localn addition to strong waifs and a re~ s stems to protect tion. 10 llS 0'1'•"' . 1 ts oaroque architecture and green-domed towers loom ing over the landscape The Emperor built his retreat here out of a ~urpns1ng affection for his ancestral homeworld The land speaY.and l~wer-class citizens 1vho make up the bulk of the city s populallon. hangers-on. the retreat has. The Gungans have used this technology successfully for generations. biologists.. and broad grassy meadows full of wildflowers. ~he ~Y: e and scanners extensive network of holocams.a: Otoh Gunga·s Zoological Research Facility is a combinalton zoo and science laboratory located in the heart of the Gungan capital Housed in its 01vn bubble. communications.g and cataloging creatures brought to them by the facility s hired hunters. :is =-t. While each village is unique. when the Gungans were forced un· den\later by the aggressions of recently arrived 11un1an colonists. the ZRF primarily features aquatic creatures from Naboo's oceans and amphibious and terrestrial creatures from the vast wetlands surrounding Otoh Gunga." these fields can displace 1vater and prevent the entry of foreign objects l'vhile still allowing admittance at specific entry poi nts. heavily fortified complex overlooking a tranquil and picturesque lake.••~ GA GARDEN hGu11. along with armor units from the Imperial Army. they developed a unique shield tech· nology that allo1ved then1 to develop an underwater society. and connections for building internal pointed spire.-rr:a·. A full stormtrooper b ion is garrisoned at the retreat at all times. The base of a hydrostatic bubble is a lattice of lightweight alloys and transparisteel that conou tl~· 1 ng bubbles are home to the m1d~le. Thanks to its natural beauty and its close proximity to Theed. all jockeying for pos1t1on and a small sliver of the Emperor's attention. WORLDS OF THE FORCE NEXus OF POWER . the ZRF is an active research institu te dedicated to the study and classification of Naboo's sea llfe. is Emperor Palpatine's private retreat. The bubbles come in a variety of sizes and styles. To this end. This complex. LAl<E COUNTRY Located a few hours by speeder from the capital city of Theed • Naboo's Lake Country is a place of staggering beauty. upon which are hung massive counterweights and repulsor field generators to keep the bubble upright and stable in the water.~~s~~~~Zsis~ance of the ISB. the Emperor an~t~~sd c~~~t.a sophisticated security system the retreat was t m combines an run from a central security center. and nature lovers escaping the heat and noise of the city to soak in some peace and quiet in the country. and on holidays the hovertrains are packed with picnickers. and high-level bureaucrats. and Convergence. and researchers who spend their days stu~~1n. hidden behind nigh walls. The research done at the ZRF not only has allowed the Gungans to make an exhaustive list of nearly every creature that lives in Lake Paonga.----- ------ -- ----- HYDROSTATIC BUBBLES m illennia ago. tains the hydrostatic bubble generator. deep valleys. but also has led to breakthroughs in medicine. waterfalls. the retreat is like a little slice of Theed transplanted to the hill country.a Ga-a:. It is a relatively isolated and unspoiled region fu ll of picturesque lakes.. and materials science. Each creature or set of creatures resides 1n a custom-built habitat contained in a small hydrostatic bubble equipped l'>'ith a small holodisplay. audio pic . Called "hydrostatic bubbles. When he visits. ZOOLOGICAL RESEARCH FACILITY -. Army and Na. rolling hills. ~vith­ to make a safety grid through which nothing can pass attalout alerting security technicians. winding rivers. . and its familiar sights and s1nells sootne him and help hirn 111 his meditations. he is typically attended by the ~sual collection of courtiers. In addition to serving as a center for education and conservation. they are all still part of Otoh Gunga and are subiect to the city's laws.. is located on an island in the Lake Country. which presents recordings about the creature and its .s to hirn on Naboo. campers. portable bubbles used in Gungan vehicles. It is not known how often the reclusive Emperor visits his retreat. EMPEROR'S RETREAT Situated rn the hill country west of the artists' retreat at Moen1a is a sprav. the ancestral home of the Palpatine family. the ZRF employs a number of marine scienti~ts..•lrng.nativ~ habitat A cadre of highly trained keepers and their assistants take special care of all the creatures who reside in the "o. e'' jJ a8". is located here as well. a numbe. The underside of the base typically has a long. as well as the portable shields used to protect their war fambaas. various infrastructure systems. Further research by the species has resulted in the creation of smaller. the Lake Country is a popular tourist spot for peo pie from all walks of life.

More than a few Gungan submersibles have been destroyed \'\lhen a colo claw fish boiled out of an unassuming hole and tore them apart. Terrifying (upon first seeing a cola claw fish. Stea lth 2 . < dt\. Vicious 2) l+ ++1 FAMBAA (RIVAL] Fambaas are massive. Silhouette 4 Equipment: Massive teeth (Brawl: Damage 12. these gentle giants have thick. and Fi nncd ture . body that bu ilds up Lo huge... allow cola claw fish to grasp ahold of their prey and swallow them \Vhole. Coordina tion 2. occasionally gatt1Pn11g in nesting groups with hundred'> of farn1ly units Thanks to Lheu r(·lative intelligence and Cdlrn cjerneanor. Beast of Burder 20 [fambaas add + 20 to their encumbrance threshold). jutting jaws. Survival 2. rarnbaas arc easily domel'. although the creatures also use ambush tactics to hunt unwary creatures. Cool 2. Cool 3. swarnps grazing on l11e i'lbundant pl~~Ls Ille. herbivorous amphibians native to the sprawling swamplands of Naboo Nci turally peacefu l and even tempered. 16 55 1 1 Skills: Brawl 1. Ensnare 3. •••. Fearless [fambaas are immune to the effects of fear). sturdy bacvs. but cannot move or survive on land). These.t1cated and have WORLDS OF THE FORCE ~OFPCJWER • l'. Talents: Adversary 2 (upgrade difficulty of all combat checks against this target twice). crea t l1at '" or 1nonslrous size. Critical 4 Range !Engaged!. 6 0 0 45 Skills: Athletics 3. Silhouette 4. Thr\ .:11c illso 1e.CREATURES AND CHALLENGES 00 rirc· remarkalJly b N f Till' nalivL' florri and fnuna o a' • · . broad.c1.n1C'l1i<. Cunning Ambusher I (opponents add • to Initiative checks using Vigilance). mak· ing them one of the largest predators in Naboo's seas. Brawl 1. Pierce 4. willing to eat anything they can swallow. scaly hides in various shades of brown and green. Talents: None. \ • \ . Abilities: Amphibious (fam?aa~ breathe underwater and de nol suffer movement penalties 1n water). Colo claw fish are indiscriminate hunters. Slow-Firing 1).. They use bioluminescent strips along their flanks to distract and lure prey. Abilities: Aquatic Creature (colo claw fish suffer no penalties for moving through water and can breathe underwater. Colo claw fish can grow to as long as 40 meters. '1ncl inc 1uc1c ". an individual must make a Hard fear check) Equipment: Massive maw and mandibles (Brawl: Damage 12· Critical 3: Range [Engaged!. . clawed feet. flat. and four powerful legs tha t end in rnass1ve. Breach 2. the depths or Naboo's oceans. the colo has a long. Resilience 3.c · ) · henotype 5 large nun1bc1 of aquill1c c1ealu1cs or various P tllill exist novvl1c1c else in th<' gc1la\y COLO CLAW FISH [RIVAL] · · us kilier Tll(' Gungans kno\v and fear colo claw fish as a v1c10 haunt c.J11.. Wild fambaas gather tn nornad1c ti er ds 1ha1 wander Nab . An eel like. along w1Lh the vicious 1T1andibles on either side or the mouth.ably slrnngc..

as lt'I\' lla\c Sl'Cll 1111!' lt•v11111.uido . -~.. v1·c1ot1s t l 1· . Sweep Attack (tile sando aqua 111onst l't can spend @ on a successru1B1awl ct1eck to hit the t<1rgct ~s well as anyone engaged wlth the target).. 35~s "'Ost s~i.sed m gore an.e ~· c s ·~ l'..H111nals...1n '>00 nlt'lers fr orn fang hllcd s11011l to t11u11 1cl 1. 13rei'lll1 lc:ss tales of these leviathans exploding out of the waLC'1 to ti rdP.. r .ipp\ t lu1 I I I11:v tend to be ver\ reclusive. Breach t.. Their tails. t. \ 'i ~ : ~ ~ '. Resilience 4 ._. gangling. Vig1lanc~ 2 · 1 a ents: None • . Equipment: Massive. 01 I 'C" (ll "" equiv.· \\.5 to their en· .. Tal~nts: Adversary 2 (upgrade difficulty of all can1bat checks against tl11s target twice).i c11'llltllt' ol 111\'ll1 . are short and thick with little art1cu1auon..:i to. underwater 1v1thout penalty and never s rr .thtetics checks made to climb vertical or near :ert1ca surfaces once) Equipment: Horns (Bra\-vl: Damage 8.e ©3\" e~ ~ U' (.ussvc l• +++J c WORLDS OF THE FORCE f kUS OF PCNi'Dl / . Sure-Footed (gualaar sutier no pena ties for moving through difficult terrain and upgrade the ability of A. 15 Skills· At hi t et1cs 2.111 Son1e scientists on Naboo speculdte th. kaadu are easily tamed and broken to saddle.~e le. oe· ' <.) ~eaa .. · • :'lO t b oad:> ~.dl'I 1111 ~ 1 t1 1 .a "rs n•"'nl\~ ...111 p.o ·e f sl~ngth a ct su:.ind legend tl111n 1eaht\ . :. :\~ e ihe sma t" si· ..iw • c1mcJg<' n e ·.. 1vhile son1e u11co111111nt'ti rP ports rron1 s1varnp hunters and Gungan trappc>1s cl<ll111 1.Jtt' -~ tor • I rib nt:." 'f burden i:: . Lootlly rnaw (B1avvl. B 11 KNIGHT LEVEL ADVERSARY lh . clawed feet. Bra\\ . Talents: !\one Abilities: Beast of Burden 5 . trampling hooves (Bra\vl: Damage 7 Cnt1ca 4 Range [Engaged!: Knockdo.1 ''I• Ill thi' .a.. 1e~r 1ls snt ut are ._ i 1 h t11p ll•lt lit'.1t the Ln~c1tur t'S c. KAADU (RIVAL) are used to pu '-a ages anc .1dr11prd C lt'lllllll'~ . I are \\\: s ·c-.'\ta . ....tit ll11 . moist skin colored in shades of yetlo\v and orange. but tend to be high-strung.. I\ lftt:I' 11 . ~'\{1 ' \ Jl b .111lp1nt•nt: ll' :' tl\1 1\\I l' )n1 ~llt' I ( 1n1\ I l t' t. ht' s...l1<1l they can sometilnes strike at rambaa herds Wl1011 llic glgc1n tic herbivores come to drinK.bra1ce th esholdl Silhouette 2. Cr1Lical 4. \~ th c_I. 1 tr \Ill ~ 11d11 (Jiil!') \ ll\llct~. .ed to L)e <iqu.1ter J lernl~111g poss1bt1Hy ll1c11 makes those 1vho study tlicse n1onst1'rs h. and moctled 1\lith darker spots of brown and black. 11 .1 n1t)nstt>1 1s 11101c .1i11st groups or l\t1it\llt lt1Vl'I !"Cs ('-t'(' Jh ll!l' ~. and their spindly legs end in broad. : ·3~ " 1 et \_ n \ s .2.. Survival 2 .n).rt)\V to lie rnore t11.e e\..: sec tor huttir~ und n1:1tt11i.e ~1t'er pa·r uf\' .\\'. " s: e '"nn' a d CJf\ ng h r. beds.1e.. 1 . ~ m:it g:-. lllf:t ' I 1111" CIC'<ltlllt'." "l::.f fh Ult\ l>f ~ht' ~ · (. Ranged IE'lgagedJ Knockdown).alaar add . Used primarily as mounts by the Gungans._ :.g.ill'llt µ01\lt'r ll'Ve>L T 1 SANDO AQUA MONSTER (NEMESIS] The sant1o aqu.. · . Range !Engaged!.lt'r an ind1v1dual must make a Daunting f · 'ti h d'ffi ear check reflect th <" shC'Ct d1eacl llw1 l bl e '· culty upgraded once •a ~ ie east invokes).111 ol the deep cl tld SUl\l\eci Thl'SL' llugt' qu. I I D· ' . used ma1nl~' for balance. 1ence 2. dlld It is lt'COllltllt'tltll d tli.1¢a• s.rr.) . ~hey spook easily 1f not held in check by a skilled rider.~"*') d•hi !' '' 1e • s!la~\ \1. the duck-billed kaadu are among the most common creatures found in Naboo·s marshlands. flightless. 2 Res..e S Su preme_ ~ Ternfy1ng (upon first seeing a sando aqua ino~<.in breathe air as 1vell as 1\'. ' l 'fP dt'I\ ~l\\' t'"'. ~ PP The ro)aJ tioase of Naboo eeos a s•abfe 0 s0ec1all\ bred gua ~ar t. · ~ charac...1t1e ni. but almost part or their families. (sando aqua monste·rs rnay b reallle Abilities: Amphibious .GUALAAR [iRIVAl] • ' • ... Dan 1.. Critical 5. ll er nioverncnt pena Ities or t1avel1ng thrauoti water) s·ih 1 · · ""' · 1 oueu.. Brawl 2. gua aar ma.I\~<...\ ~ . Kaadu are nvo-legged. omnivorous reptav1ans al home both on land and 1n the \\later They have smooth.11 (.. mpvliant 01\ dua•s ou ng state 'urn:i 0ns. I cllgc l (lW!) B (• i. an unfortunate farnbaa to its doom are popular in Lile Cdl1 tinas of N_aboo's outlying settlements..1gp l 'J C11tl cal 2. sando aqua 1na11sters 1111111 t olo cla1\• hsh and opee sea killers. 0 0 Skills: "' ~ tics 3. but 1vhel11er u1cy'r c true remains unknown.'\Ill •. Range !Short! 1 . 1nd c. Ensna1r )) onc.. !:!\. • ~ ' ' . 0 0 15 64 42 a a Skills: Athletics 2. h l' rte g.' I ol the Fo11c1 ANt> D t:st1Nv Cotl' l~ul<•hool-.1 lllOllSlt'I is " Vl'I v d .1 \ f II'\' Ill 'Ill l1l II 1ll ll' •Ill \\I llt'l) I l1•1l ll .. rrorr1 n1arsh lcikes. ""(. A true ape\ predator. "ttP them "rm' p ante\> ei· e" _. and almost comical. pll II .d "'ess. ~ ~€ ~ eE R'"t:.1qu. Gun gans have a deep cultural attachment to the kaadu and consioer thern not Just beasts.1re bclte. ' 1\1 lh.11°1\ <X '~'ti 11w ·c. -- • · •I fl\ 1t1·1 111tlI .


prized throughout the galaxy for their soothing song.stand Lhal. rorcc <. Small plants and lichens thrive on Mount aggr. ol ye. however. If BoSS bureaucrats knew about the lack. the swamps typically make short work of these unfortunate beings. never evolved sentience. Dagobah. The levels of erosion around Mount Dagger indicate that millions of years have passed since lava flowed there. if not bil~ons. this tall spire of Jutting rock is unique 1n that it is the only major geological feature on Dagobah It stands almost ten kilometers tall. It may be the only place on Dagobah where someone can see the sun with any degree of regularity. they snatch what jubba birds they can from the upper sections of the jungle canopy and leave as quickly as possible. No other evidence of volcanic or tectonic activity currently exists. 1 in. Mount Dagger was once an enormous shield volcano. apart from rurnor and speculation. but rLS outside has long since eroded away. is missing from these datallles. 01 reel tl1err 01vn po1ver 1vax or 1vanc.THE STERY OF THE LIVING FORCE D agobah 1s a unique planet •ts verdant svvamps <ind lt1nglcs contain so much hfc t11at the L1v111g Furcc 1s 'ilrongcr l•cre than 1n atn1ost any other place 111 tr1c gdlaxv. 1l might be possible to build a research station r_c. place. 1t . The Bureau of Ships and Services maintains cornpre· hens1vc hyperspace records of most of the known galaxy. l1v1ng in a harmoni0us.. if primordial. but calms creatures and beings through subtle manipulation of the Force. Fewer still understand. A tiny handful of smugglers know Dagobah is the home of JUbba birds.r stunted species found nowhere else on the planet 111 theory. brave or unlucky may discover more interesting ~1tes deep 1n Dagobah's unexplored biosphere. Mount Dagger's l~rge. l!O\'IC!ver. The. Apart from a IJI() OglC'J I s fLJa!i " urvey. solid spire suggests that Dagobah was geologically active early in its history.olony on Mount Dc1ggcr out of reach or the nastier ani rrri:I l!fe Lhf3L · • b' . if beauliful. MOUNT DAGGER One of the few clues about the planet's history. Following are iust a few of the notable locations scattered across the planet. Those who do knovv of its existence un de. POINTS OF INTEREST A small number of places on Dagobah distinguish themselves from the swamps and bayous that cover the majority of the planet. and f1nd· 111g reliable hyper routes to the system can prove very diffi cull. These smugglers don't even attempt to land on Dagobah. They also know it's impossible to make money if they're dead. HISTORY Dagobah's past is as shrouded as its surface Litlle is known about the l11story of lhe planet or its inhabitants. leaving only the hardened lava interior Its extreme age indicates that Dagobah's reriod or geological aclivity happened millions. but 1t 1s possible that son1e· one delelcd 1nforrnalion on Dagobah intentionally DAGOBAH TODAY Visitors to Dagobah are few and far between Occasionally an off-course pilot may crash-land here.. well above the jungle canopy and the low-lying fog and clouds. They know that Dagobah is a very dangerous. their song is not JUSt a gentle melody. Lhere is very little pract 1cal on to do so 0 . however. that the evolution of this life is what engen dered Dagobah s enormous concentration of the Living Force. There are no native civilizations on Dagobah: there 1s simply the pure ebb and flow of life itself. Dagobah houses a massive amount of plant and an1n1al life. Jubba birds are natural Force users. Instead. balance.ens111v11 beings \'lSltrng Dagobal1 can be ovcrwheln1cd hy t11e power of the L v1ng Forl e Tiley n11ghl ex per 1ence unexpected visions or cxµ ago. they would be likely Lo bla1ne corrupted data.1a its 'ne swamps and bayous. While life has flourished on the \vorld for millennia .



but a flock of them could quickly bee come a nuisance th: 2 1 a 2 15 Skills (group only): Brawl Talents: None. us. Brawl 4.. or11n1vorous predator lurks beneath debris float· 1ng on the S\\lampy surface. e WORLOS OF THE FORCE ' . L . Unj11<e true snakes.anl srght thro1J116'.-11 ngs · winged reptav1ans wilh four spindly legs and leathery care skin They're usually dark_ brown 1n color.>al check. add 0 a"<'· l1as not yet <1Lled 111 tile encounter) \• ·10. lnstea~ of two hind legs. When a creature moves \\'1th1n rarge scrange strikes. a dragon snake has two large forearms •hat end 1n se\eral clav:ed dig. but C.1wl. they feast on rodents· 11lards • and other 1nhab1tants of the swamps..1te1 dllu 1:nn brP~l1~1 under\vater. instead. swamps and iungles or Dago bah 1hey rarely V''rit " urr 1ntr llic: canopy.ts. l\ny prey it can't swat•O\\i v. ready to snatch prey in its powerlul jaws or attack 1t l'Vith 1ls large..'Crsary 2 (upgrade d1tr1culty of all combat che k · ''ti'>\ P· 'i l<irr. of . although cousins the greater bogw1ngs.1gan11c. l). Ra 11ge IE too1tiy nga~con LESSER BOGWING [MINION] Lesser t>ogwlngs ore a const.r1.K<lov1n.incII Sllholt . rending forelimbs The scrange is Dagobah's apex predator. Tl11s large.-ese solltarv creatures have only one nacural predator or. r.. which have adapted to life above the canopy.•O!Jl [l". are a bluish green Lesser bogwings ar harmless individually. Equipment: Claws (Brawl: Damage 3: Critical 6. Silhouette 0.. Talents: M . ()(Image 10 } p II II ll ni: lB<1(11 Knoc. oJl!l~I 0 r01 ming a con1l. . .. t. wl1c1e they become the prey of rnurh " 1~rger' flying creatures.•r~ ' • :!_.:C'). GIGANTIC DRAGONSNAKE (NEMESIS) LURKING SCRANGE (NEMESIS] Fe\v crealures on Dagobah are as feared as the dragonsnake. Dagobah tt1e scrange. Cnt1cfll 1. an eight-meter long reptilian nightmare with a powerful oeaked mouth ano two enormous clawed hands. pe~ct fer impaling prey The dragonsnake nieasures almosc five meters long. 1t tears into b1te-s1zed pieces with its claws. Range !Engagedj). ')(!011lt1es for mov ng !llrough w..hole. d "lf<tr 1nd1v1<h1<1t rnust mak" a Hard n I l.qulpmcnt: I oHBl' clc1ws (Brawl. Hall of 1ls body is its 1ong serpentine tail which it uses to s1>J1n~ through the shallo\vs with alarming alacrity and to raise itself out ol the 1\later \\'hen attacking larger prey. Abilities: Flyer (lesser bogwings can fly: see page 208oit/ie FoRcE AND DESTINY Core Rulebook). Cool 3 Coo_r~ina.r>l lC ) ' fl'f rtfy ( flj~ ( 1111nn 11'< 111 tea r chec k) 011 flt<)t '•C:Cl(lP-. The scrange looks like a l~e knobby lizard with bioluminescent bumps on its back a1 ranged in a ridge that travels the length of its spine. 24 2 a Skills: A1h1cL1cs ~ Br awl 11 Stealth 3. • .el fwlceJ c s Abilities: AouallC CtP(l{IJ(C (p. Prerr e 7>) (fllJr"' n111v1 (Ur. dr11gonsnakes Sl rr .~ or piece of debris. . the scrange has six crustacean-like limbs i: 5 uses to skitter through swamp and over land in quick tiurs Its long tail ends in a set of four bony spikes. Of' POl:lilWt The scrange prefers to lure unwary prey close. Death is usually s~vifL 8 18 t1on ~ sie~ " Skills: AU1lelics ti .ill ("(l" • Talents: Adversary ') (upgrade d1ffkt1ll~ ') (l'~e1• ~1 1' Strike ~ 1t • checks against this target l\\llC. Lesser bogi.irn<tgl' G. -~ 3 b1oluminescence or its ability to camouflage 1cseif as .••1 'lrri r.tlr nrJt movr or survive orI 1·. ouic .

.s [SC. DarnC1ge 5. give srnookas the look of a potential pet.eonrda ove. and deep brown eyes.hml)S or soars to the top of g ang any other creature tt1at Tre ac.or~ or passivt• l1gnt arr Jh~n~c :obrnoc Jlar-. scanrilr~ a~d r>l~c1 i lurk ng '>l rdrgP •llt rrnal ">C'nc..ages Smookas dwell in caves and che hollo\v trunks of long dead gnarltrees. eggs.:>). Range !Engaged]. Rd nge IE. kecl niouur (B•awi' D~c. 111 a wicked hook h t hey use to snare prey they th · w rc. E•1srare. · en mane. which is . 1 1 la head<. 2) tna · age 12.tic bars or rna11y c. . Jrself popular prey for larger animals.o offect-..itrr~rnuly painful. u )'''fl Equipment: Be.Abilities: Ar1pf'11h oi.. Cnucal $. birdlike reptavians are o{ Dagobah's Jungle canopy Acci Lhe unchallenged kings Ives in lhe branches of Lhe gnant~rpteros spend their ent re <>warnps.Lle 2 Ranc1. ~ \\:atl:::!) 1'1dlUriJ c~rr· ". see page 208 or the F ORCE AND DESTINY Core Ruleboek) Equipment: Hooked jaw (Brawl. l'r • •· 1lc. Crrt1ra1 3 aee 4.. which many beings find adorable.. Lhe grasping trees.. and young rodents. Talents: None Abilities: Silhouette 0 Equipment: Rodent teeth (Bravvl. They reast o11 bogwin s ees that cover the planet's c. vicious winged predator the spade-headed smooka is one of the fe\V species comfortable in both the canopy and the lovver swamps. r. Brawl 2 Talents: None Abilities: Flyer (soaring acclp1pteros can fly.3. can tear through most kinds of armor and .'1 . Range [Engaged!. . Critical 3. Range [Engaged) Pierce 3). 1 tJ oufldge (PPrccptron cht eke. They roost upside down 1n flocks that can number in the hundreds. Cnt•car . SOARING ACCIPIPTERO (RIVAL) The~e large. no smooka has ever been domesticated Their bite. Once ensnared . ah! ~3 j .~~ on1 "'>llhou(. ~~ ) c 15 ) a a Skills: Athletics 2.cipipteros· lower ·i aws . clawed hands (Brawl: Damage 4. Pierce 3) WORLDS OF THE FORCE I "1(US OF pOUULI . brPath do l'vl J'fer mo. SPADE-HEADED SMOOKA (MINION] A l•ny. tre prey is eaten hands on Ou~ . ernen1 Pe'lallle 1 r LI'ldi_r\'~·Jlc.agecj].rgag. V1c1ou" 3J ts. tail ~p·kcs · e 1 ngagedl. made t<. means they are often underestimated Their large.Ji~t~ claws2 [Braw1 Darr (Brawl. Spade·headed smookas grow no more than ten centi· meters long.iver the ha 1~ creatures into their mouths \\11th the small clawe P ess their wings.:€j g r~ q~·. combined with their furry bodies. and t) p1cal y hunt at night r ~ 1 ~ ~ 2 0 0 Skills (group only): Brawl. 1t feasts on insects. However. Ensnare 2). and their appearance. Damage 6: Cnt1cal 3. Darnagc' 8. - ' A - 4 Range·~ ~ ( 3 ~' J.Erie. Cnuca l 3 Rang ·E erce .' di eec..

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otte!1 .ab1e comm.eret'.:.. a""d the iirst camps oera"'ie :c "S and e\-en:u3 Y a · es.g a Jt the o g ns anj · e . ttie depi:. 0 11 ·oocf a o <. possessions and set out !:o make a ne\"W r~e for <.:J .nct1on ng 1dvS~"la base :: part of a mass1-. and less co11ce1 tlt"d \Vtth the surrounding \\!Orld There a1e a le\\ or av~ sous \\ho break the n1old.... a•1d .: s a rerr e ~ '"'\. There.ere nothing more than m~· ths and legends.~e \1ortd s a gc: seaSc Tre colo .a~e-· J1(J . on ihe \'. or a recently explored \'IOrld 1n the Oorer R rn Fate had other plans :n 111 re_ The colon~ .1so1est • --ges or o~e of the gala · s sc •a.J . .. ~o! es and an·rth ng uset:... RESURGENCE "''lall~ !lter-rupted THE FIRST SE Ir LERS During the lieyday of the a"c·e'lt Repub'1c a color) \es· se departed the Core \\'o-"as cor t'"'e O . rae\..:-eds of generat1o"s before ci\ iliza. a~gest go\ e· " ""e"~s that could e\ ol\e \\ere single cit) ·Sta~es.J g J\ ge er Tt'e c ~ za: :>" that 5en· a .ha\e <aken sec es O'" even ~-. 011 .~ spe •· rem a ng 5.a IO\\"S o: one o" t.s O\\'ll T'ie .he farthest reaclies of \Atld Space Far ~ond Ute range of any re.._ ~al" r. their societies became 'nc'"eas. their.::: t. p...._ . or saviors by tile people the\ encounte1 c Althouet1 111e ong1ns or the colonists ha\e long been forp.J S3 ng \'eSselS. • had rea. "l 1e each c · . e1'eraHv. •as ~ ·e. .ation :'"'e ..a!'i ro &ett11.... . ihe1r iec'"'.he \\'Orld.:d' OP E n· a ..IPP . o· c . sett1n& uo camo a ~ a : ng "o~ res:i.1 innkeepers to greed) bandits and cruel reudal :o· as.or' g n s \.. the~· tend to be in\"'ard focusing.n1d nno g ' .·catio"s eac1-i commun1t) \'>as 1argel~ on ir.. -erts o' thousands of 1ndi· \ duals packed up their \vorlo _.a . ·=· As the colonists· descendants spread oui: across reasse ~ sel' Each ir110. ttie Jed .. ho\vever These adventur'ng t\ pes · cllll :o \vander from place to place looking 101 1vorl\ and getung Ill\ oh ed vvith other people's busi·1ess Depend ng on their acuons an<l attitudes.. ihe planet Oe\ elopeo a rich and d1erse biosphere.e • 5 >ea zeo t e n pe fo thE7f' passer:.ea. \ \fithout modern transponarion and corr•.:> set d.c 0g -'aaeo a\\3) and \'an sheo ea · I g sm 21 Commun ~ es C~ :a "'1eG S:flJgg Os tO SUr\ ve ~ tl'e \ O!> c~ an unramed o d.Jn1carions..1n cosrnopol1ton cJl · tude lO\\lard differences of species or gender f\ lose of \Ve1K s nc1tion-states consist of a medley WORLDS OF THE FORCE NE>CUs OF PCNVR ..J I"' • ~3rDar5 t: F r e \.. e~ f:~t ~" r•o ca tw r : !lO ~ .. a sp ~b e p . bngc111ds. .t•...Va~el1"~ee's :o • nd-00\\ere. t had no conceo< of ls place \\ ·r.1 10 not cors:r~~~ a -:.. as 1i aid on so many worlds 1n -~e ga a ~ In lime.3s •. ed to shore..y frag "~ e r ·. and ~hus 'iad a di\'erse population of sent1en~ aboaro.:> sea'!'C"'I fo-: Slll:h a \. from '... most" conce ·1ed \vr·•1 the~r homes and immediate lives..J CKS" :rin ng s"" ng rter "' he s.ers SV:"\ .l"dJ'lts t ~ells c" \.:'o"" bega. one uad1t1on to persist rrom the wider galaxy \Vas a cer t. . ·aer ga ax~ hac 'o-~ ·a e for graf'ted. exlSts . arms. ar:d the S tP ori •v n ·e~s ' t j egeno WEll<'S HISTORY \\c .es •. o' co. !j~ ar.ay among the t\vis.. 1g.J """ .--ue -re\·· Rescue..j ~ ~ abso ate l1m1ts o~ ts end ranee l~e trad tc P : t~e S: P doi1tn 1n an unprn.:o <..i5ed :s .orhing.J .. That nJ d onl~ corrie to \. 't -ea cs. the crew !\lmost no recorded his1..e joint co on·zat on e~ort -.he inhabitants of \\'e·K began ro exper ""e .: lP r oesc.henise . 6 ~ ~ 'le · ime i.a "'1 3 i'($ Of ~ ~. though 1t ne\ er e\:ol\ ed sentient hie. ~!I~. · J PEOPLE AND CULTURE People on \Veik 'al)· from "ind· hearted fa ·~1e• s .hin the \Vider \vorld.or'.' .-r...::i·~<.o Soace.ed sees t e Repub ~.ter Rir1. riad to oe re "\en: ed . thev n1av be dubbed bus\ bodies.£...·.: r g h~ per!aries of the Outer Rim after a chance encouni:er ~h a b1ack 110 e's mass shadoV" sent it hurt ng blindly 1n. :!:e p anet orbits its star 1n s pre~e soiauon l fe e"o \e<l 0'1 \~ e I<.~s :i · \.ro .. S[S s:..!..reSl "2 5e3 hed ( r nie co ~) s p colon StS ra1jec tne1r snio ia s . iar from • e ght of the galactic cc -e.. but the} COl.~e1k \'.1rse. on \i\ e " as SUf\ eo '"torr. The sn p \'. state might \var or trade \virh its neighbors..esse lost its \". nated b~ a number of influential Core planets.a ~... arriveu Centur es passe. this time b~: : "'1av .WORLID OUT 0F TIM 1E 1 Ias :. Aftr> t ::>..llen the planet's sohtuoe \'\as a" fd..j.~ \\'ith forged iron and advariced agricu ~ure.

s· l)e1nr. .. own blooa .. . disputes.41re~ However. that dre n actu..J . lighter. even if that s11111lant~ is coinciae •• zallons have no analog \'>'ith the \\ider gala:--" .r.'"G ~ knowledge of them has been lost over the cenru es. most smiths craft armor sets in ttle rorn1 of these ancient protective carapaces.c.m to tr.~ Thus. canLrips or Lalisrn~n~ '. tn'S "" •• true..-. it j rriae1cal t ho11gl1L rJlld I hc>n1 Y ' " er u111:~.e • : 'i1 als \~1tti l"• de 1 f share a similar purpose and :er o . 1 sl. 0 rcrriary force wear ng crude recreations of the laminate . n I o1c1.1 re tIJ1nk U1vy I1ave to Shout OUI ~ords of powr·r ri1·fun u•.<il n1at~nals.11111te TO\'er ar . the Jedi and the Sic11 are comp!eie u..ngly across the R 'T (St a 1'>'1t •1oul c.1111: • .. in lhes .irnrnun1llon charges for such weapons (usuallv via carclull\ cared for solar collectors or anc1en1 lusron lanterns) are treated with the utmost deference and 1espccl Mooe• n larn1nate or battle armor ts also considered to be e·1chantcd in some way. 1t1(' tecl1no 1el1c<> rnost coveted on \~1: 1k 1c11d to IJL• weapons arid arrnor Blasters tirf' kno1\ln l>Y mtJny narnes "light ltlr owe rs· <l"<I ·sun 1>01.• • • PALADINS OF THE ADAMITE roWER.e.·rnor of the Republic's ancient armies. nm: o·llt Republic.nth" -..... Son1e. so a visitor LO VJe11< might be surprised to see the Vossport guards or a . e <Jr Coner . 1\llll'rl' 1l •~ il1t1lOr7'1 .hl or land 1l ~ •l L However..t • .i. in •.. at least for themselves A Force use believe in what he or she 1s doing. ORDERS OFTHEFORCi On Weik.·~' · \.."'1' Tl1e Paladins of lllc Ad..' for them. 1nd Fu111p'c. Tl1ey \\'1l \•~ " 1 a •11e \\t?!i ell b111. ll's stronger. hl<e the Paladins o ... v\'eiK sha""a"5 • casters believe in their arcane trappings absol~te!y a'"r.· or \''ell\ .11e>'>1 I Orr(' 1Jt. E FORCE AS MAGIC Fr ''f!' .~llly lovingly . 1nt. e or \. ~···U'1lCtCJI r('hl Somr or llH. Wlll111t 1~ . 1 \~· 1~ do 1101 1e-·ne•n 11e1n c. .vr..tood is alien Lo Weik's inhabitants. J.e lc·w "alcllemrsts" wt10 still have Lhc means to 1iro\11ci(• . son1P or l11e rnore popu 13r Working l)last C'l"S are h1gtlly uncornmon but 'lot 11nho:11d ol. .a1nc-cl mC1 robtnoru Jr'"> and auto compass l'J> II ~1ng t11r.1dr·l1 inde• .. rc•snttrl e~ 10 rcpt1tr .! brc.. and 1111s makes them a status <>vrnllol ol kings and 1\lar lords.~.1ay1ng with n s1P. old bygone <1ge In add1l 0n.. Instead rrJll.(!( '"' rorcc as magic Even those who can touch th~ r:orce bPllc>1i•• Ule1r power cornes lrorn rituals..r. srnea1 Lhe11 thPnl A great 1n 1ny "<thnoie cf l 01cr lo heal hl'ive o' I• Pr) over I !1" (. IL also means that tho:. \ AlrntJ .\"IJY e: •...• . I h pc.._ • ..1llflf.Lo an oulstd(•r..ic.. Force-using organ1zauons _' At:I''"'. r r • - ~.arc teared and J1onored 1n equal measure in most r:.l11d n1<i•ntJUl ' Olill'I fll ( flrlC' llldr \ C'fS ' • . doubt c C1)jS mind and causes a Force user ro fail...1111111• 101' rtd1rulou IL niay S(•r-rn user rrorri Weik Di'hr. their po1\ler works. In fact. rldl\ I l ' OC'pOlilflg lVJ1llll:> clll(I t'\I ' i 1r t ' • Ad..d C. o1 •hr I rad~ guild& have long i>eerc. I ':. pr'Oll'lJlll{>' d I l ~ r .t111 llc... . ' A )r tt1e (I\ 11 1 1ng wa1rlo1 1udges.1 ual5 and pr rlLllCc~ WORLDS OF T HE FORCE t KUS OF POWER NTSOFINTE absolutely In many wa~s. j urn 'rorn tile> rnys111nrJu' ti . 5SPORT --. .iv<:' unt>rr... Lhe concept of the Force as it v.) J •I(' o1 )!> Jf( Howc1.d1 c.kk IJ"fore !hey fdll use Lrfu~.. I l llii 'rlllt v111L1n~s r.poil have tronspar \\ .. tncr-nd1fe1~ are durc1 l l 1 .t rycr-. homegrO\A..' tl t t· ll1111g '"' voc. . Jr rul 1. • on\ '==" symbols and icons of those orders ma' e"si meaning has been lost or d1sto11ed ro the m5 tsor tr:· .' ~ all other information about the \'Vider gala"-' :'\.\ <1 ~dY'> t docs so 111 ' I r.. ''11.u g Lh~· Fr1r1 n L'> ltll a boulde .I ' ' l I JI I ' I 11 \\ I '~ ' I l I •1 I I lj 11 I I • I I I I I I l I FTHEP LURE r t 111111 1 I I I ~ t Tl I I \IV l I l'I ' 1l 1. and provides better protec:llon than anyth ng that We1k's smiths can forge ~rom loc.'n.

. use the Force \•. at import rare and exouc 1terns fron1 arros~ Weik.rJ11ly against one another fh(! di~·rrrts lrnn1ud1att•ly f. '"" •C' Lh Th. THE GUILD HALL Vossport is ruled by the trade guilds that enable commerce across the Rimesea.. but merely meet there durrng \Ve1k's annual solar eclipse The rest of the lime these ant1soc1al and fiercely territorial arcane scholars remain 1n their respective domains. p or n1cnd1cant crultsµeople.CENDIARY PRIESTS A gro. rt grew into a major trading hub for the wind-ships that Pl ed Vveik's oceans.. as well <is th governance of the city itself.hut "'th a toucti They also have the ab11itv to channel energy . on the other hand. one ra11 st Ill "r·u• Y buy IL fro1n one of Lhe rnany t racJn slo1e<. POINTS OF INTEREST E ven after being inhabited for thousands of years. Most of the city exists behind white stone walls. and 1s constructed out of massive blocks of pressed st 0 that. they are reviled by other Astromancers. and lo\'\' 1voocie11 IVClrE>llouses line the shore The City Gu. sharpe1. WORLDS OF THE FORCE lllEXla' OF POJ!TDl .s It 1s also (111 LHl\'Vrttlen tradition that any smithy grant a ceridlal"\ pnrst a ~vcek's stay for a 1'\'eek's work 1n the forge.ud lllcllllltllllS cl CJllclt let ol ston(' blockhouses alon th doc ks lo on~orce Ihe l~w but. The most powerful guilds (generally those run by Duros sea-captains) control the fleets of wind-ships that travel across the Rimesea. and 1111lld " . "If it c. 1Jnr. and muttered \vords 1n dcncl languages They are almost universally an 1nc. boasting about.•1thOUL ctlalK c1rc:lcs.111d 01 ht'r c111 nt>s n1 e l11gllly lucrac1ve and very coinn 1011 .ier can only be unlocked through suffering and terror: ~refer­ ably inflicted on others through complex and arcane ntuals These 1nd1v1duals are. trading with the various settlements along its shores.. personally crafted fetishes. 10 the rorg1ng process Metal 1n1plemcnts crafted l>y a cend ar\ rnest arc stronecr.Urrounding Lhe c1Ly gates ancl Pl}rt a1 c bt 1 anrj il isl 111g co1nr11crc1a1 centers. and it is likely that more than a few wizards wno travel to Skyholme each year for the Astromancer's conclave are secretly Lucites. The neighborhoods on t:tle h• Is overlooking the port tend to be the oldest and the nchest with houses and shops built from thick stone blocks arid. of the oldest guilds are those that forged the tract~ ro~tes with far-off Fume in the earliest days of Vossport s existence. though some points of civilization do exist. usually isolated crumbling towers or ominous villas on the outskirts of towns.. Much of the planet remains unexplored and uninhabited. Here the heads of the guilds meet and organize the commerce to and fr<:>m Vossport. This truth revealed that true pov. sentients have only colonized a small fraction of Weik's surface. The central hall also boasts a roof made entirel}. it's p1ob. Even their name 1s't be fou~d on tl1e ~ocks of Vossport.ards do not actually operate in the n1ounta1ntop city or Skyholme. The steady supply of iron and steel goods ensures those guilds constant wealth and steady influence. they survive off a!. tend to ""L' Po(Jr~r and consist of a Jumbled mesh of wooden dwellings L!lol lr. the free city of Vossport evolved out of the first settlements founded by colonists on the shores of the Rimesea. • VOSS PORT Self-styled center of civilization and bastion of culture. the Lucites are of a decidedly darker bent than their brethren. its shining walls serve as a symbol of \vealth and povver.c.r ~nbreakabl~ transparisteel. ~hef~ . They are also pracuced ntuallsts~ and are convinced that they cannol. but also hide corruption and criminality. LUCITES An offshoot of the Skyholme Astromancers. and ar:-e thus fabulously wealthy. oc. frorn Lhe flsllrna1 ket 5 the C fdlsti11cuve odor to the lurr111t:es anu workshop'> or Prob~~! LS Quarter If 1L's not m~dr 1n Vosspon.000 "!habitants. THE SKYHOLME ASTROMANCERS Tuts conclave of \'\'iz. but the group has never been agreeable enough to come up with a mutually acceptable moniker The Skyholme Astromancers put great stoc~ in the posiuon of asLral bodies and being able to predict the future u1rough celestial portents.he rules of lhelr order. these nnests lrvc· ntost I\' 10 Fun1c> The\ possess sec1el 11Luals that allO\v them to ·neat" ti1e durdtrete 1ncend11crs by smoothing c. some. Today.r 111 " . a marvel that the guilds nev~r tire of. c. although in the last hundred years. more and more commun1l es have sprung up outside their safety. as pc1 I.. In the centuries since. In fact. nrvertheless.rackc. dark side Force users of the worst stnpe They disguise therr true natures whenever possible. of course.. Vossporl s docks arc <l\AJ(lke dav Jnd night vvith the activ 11y or lrade and co1nn1erce Huge stone quays st 1etch into the l1nr hor. The neighborhoods ~lor g the inside or 1he cl Ly walls. However.e Guild Hall sits on a hill overlooking the city's docks. who go out of their way to hunt down Lucites whenever they become known Lucites claim to have seen "the truth" in rhe form of a star that fell from the heavens.. ' e THE DOCKLANDS Most wind-ship captains are fond of saying. (the guild leaders claim) were moved into place ~~ magic.ular and disagreeable bunch ~vho distrust each olher almosl as much as they distrust everyone else. cend1ary pnests must not use ttlell ab·i1t1C'~ for rnonetary ga1r Instead. durasteel plates.ibly not ivorth llav ~ng. sn1uggling. and more durable tllar1 those crafted bv a con1mon blacksrn1t11 H01\e\ i::r. 1 Vossport is a huge city-for Weik-with almost 150.a~1onally (in the case of the oldest and most expen~ ~e UJ11s11ucl1ons).

When the r eader fe ·he '~rr a~~r: v rnro cne h1I fs & r l"Po- TOWER large that it blotlili'd ofttie heavens so of fire It soared -~me. trusrons across its surface The metals canno forged.~~J. -aashed deep In the hea d he lNJ>pers and adventurers who dare t told tales of whOle acres of blazing forests an~ tock slldes surrounding a deep canyon gouge I de c..Ede. ~ s~ .wefk riding a wave rt of the Ordan .A J r - • F-- )Y . ea :a!.. Vossport's armies mustered at the mouth of the Karnlk Valley... and gain rrghts of~ rands around rt The Gurlds were only too hagpy THElO-. a meta li(fmpossfble height now loomed over the lands below m Altttoueh meny worthy c1t1zens dismissed these tales as mad ravings.. 1 a b. se n s ng e comoar.. they soon found out how wrong they were In only a matter of weeks.oy t roug ·~e 'lr>rdes ir r ~t.J blade. The Paladins Of the have turned the impossible wreck nto a from their fastness they travel out into the the helpless and dispense Justice on the Cruel ltld From ground level.a·n - <J f t (.~~-~ the r \'.. . tep. the canyon's head.. • <:I • ~- .:... the self-styled ·captain· Vasque Mrrlan. they burned the villages of the Karnrk Valley and sent thousands of refugees fleeing before them Th err leader. only to be sc:ythed down by the invaders by the hundreds.>':~ f> e .. . Clad in shining white armor and wield Ing 1mposs1ble weapons that spat burning bolts of light.. fn the years since. the champion led her fne of Vossport They eschewed al r Ches the only that they be allowed to conquer the ~ the Ordan Spine..IT 1 . • f. the Adamtte Tower has symbol of 1mpend1ng doom to a s gn Of hope for the c1t1zens of Werk.J c:.3 ri-:1 faced ' 0' flie or.. and r:.. wa and ttte Mam commun l ed by the Wtlat f =to Afterwards.... u . an Impossible army marched_ out of the Ordan Spine.~ r::..i=1 cJ(.~r """" . so 1n the 1nterven1ng years pans .:0 • J j '::'l r ~ ").'J 11e "' • ." es . no~ c.p _ ...- t on atl s des we heroes ch:::.' f::l'l{. the Tower 1s a stranaety struct1on made from dense and tough metals. aP j • •r s · 1)•_. • )f"<) ...Jf the mountain At.: •• r.. declared that all of Weik would bow betore him or perish In desperar ion.._ into d1srepa1r However 1t stlll rema ns the s on "e k and to underpin that strength their vassals have built a ~ ~ $1iadOW twisted: go~ woutdJ l~ijtb qatotl ~ .. ..

hirl lilar docs tlCJI slnp the> next would he conqu~ror rro111 Lrylng.! aic the in '"n'llf". • 11 PJl1tcl1n 111·1•p Ill!! lo1vr·r IC!VI I') sealed oll. the traveler may dismiss the locals a completely harrnless. blecJ acros~ Welk. do1cnc..l:<J durrJcrr•le aquifers desl"ncd l o catty 11101 . as beflls t!10. ' fl. h1Jllt!S. a suffen grurnbfing that sr.realest of ll1es<. The Madlands arc also ~aid to hide caches ol a11clen1 tccl1110-rel1cs w1th1n lhc rocky rnazcs. <.. across the twlst1nr. one can loca Le Lhc old clry center simply L>y searching out the buildlnr.polllrrs and gr'11l Wl 1on surnn1on1no the Guar·c1 .1n(f.f .111yo11s. and hands forged arrnor may not look very dangerous to a person used to dealing with blasters ancJ starfighters However.t1ll lr'fvos h111tdn·ds o/ 100111•. Ill It r. . in 1he ra111 shadow of the Ord<111 Sp1nr:.11rro1111cl1np.1lls ou1 flows or lava across the bollom or Lhe caldera Furnn was constructed alorrg the inner waif of the caldera by \Verk's first settlers.rn 11 do lbO\l B11111 d h1•111•L1tlJ the '>011 111" rr11•v11 rorr1dor'> arr(! Jli)!. <ind hall!.od doorways. 1 .11r1uc" 01 lh1• 1· 11111 111. r11acJ . hes the crty or Furn() rIle Bowl ol Glass srts atop a volcanic hotspot lhaL erupts mo1e or less continuousfy..idrr1R purl llowevor..Jrspt~Ar s and lh<.1ve • rc ln'1 n lo• t r111 · mt ' ('""Ill ('J(( IJfl1llllli ol r11rne sull lak(' iJcl .· " < .. of smelters and forges nrghl .'l1 breasl'Jlatps be II ' "IOa nl 1 l f I s t .rn 11110 an insane rnr11c: of gorf. l.annik proportions. and lead!> thcrn . ~· l I Lh1 r n 11.. 111r f'l111f•11. tind drJn C~ rtiu~ !. bows. throuRh ti lead Lo the Highl. riven .1 and lhf' IJOW'> 1. ro the point whcrc I hey n1akc up thC' 1na1orlly of the clry's lnhab11a11rs. l rnrnur1HV 111 I work 1111' •.:Pl>.annik populatron has 5CtllccJ Irr I 11rr1e over the• years.!lk know an arrow between the eyes is JUst a cJcadly as a blaster l)olt s VOSSPORT CITY GUARD (MINION) Vossporl 's City Guard arc well ar rned and equlppccJ. so Lhc prospect or f1v lnr.r .cended In Lhclr droarns of c:o114ues1. l•r ( l(l~llt'd liy '>lllll( tt'rflfl( lfllj)df I I liJWl'Vl•r lti 11 <. behind fl bullHe> nl off Ill' ~ WORLDS OF THE FORCE f 7 "'IS Of' POll'Q .lls1onal r a1 avan II 1ci1 cro!iscs I he was1 cs or each other whc·n l1tnc•5 <11c• lean Occas1onally.l b.0(1('lJI . . I dP.flolhP1111al power generrJLlon IJ.Ill tell (111101IHHHlri·rl<. In fa cl.lccJ f)y sornc long r1go ca1nc1v. where mosl never return FUME Two hundred ktlometers from Vosspon. I . 1.nrle (!dCPd r1clg1·s Nol>ocJy would Vl'nt1111! 11110 this lrind. ptrJ''. scorr:IJ. ltiP b11u11u111r hC:FJI /111• r. t)r V011d A"ru11fl I' I 11P lr1cks 1JI P.01 fTll'IPr•. and out ln lo f 18nrJ•.1ruJ '·OITI(• wlthpl'r lllfll I'll SC? ~hacJ01411•rl vauJ1 »contain ct:irk LI r•a":..~ r Uf. and 111<• Ian(! scerr1:.. It's true that spears.1y• ol 1l1e hrst colonists Such rumors inspire a few expe cfillons lo venture tnlo the wastes.111d Lake~ •Jllcl Sunrac c Ctlacl<'I <lo:. 01 I t' L~lll nc vcr Jr 'lLllP WhPthor they II br ~l('lr>cd by .Wti IJ/iJ ~f>t p 1111111HI 1111 b.. and in the heart ol a vas1 caldera known as the Bowl ol Glass. <11 y r ..h IJrll1e1 llclcn~ 1111• i.J11cl ~..?~l·<l I. rrdges and w1nd1ng canyons of the Frosllall./ c:rty. lhPy llav(' not suC'.rnrJ 1Jr1y LANNIK HAVEN A sl1aille jJC!fCC'lllilf{C or wc~rk's l.. c:..hp P ent1ru1 ecothcrrnal energy The sclllers uscel modern 1bund111g U:cl1111ques lo reinforce their structures anrJ p10 ' ' ' •fi"n1 lr<ir111J1e hudt The r.i~I' [ lkl lrtO!tl ff'IHl11I 1. 1u11•xplorc•rJ I hr 11.rnwo.s with hurnan ·sl1. ..i~ Ihe land rhey 1n'1ab1t l hl'Y prc•y 011 Lhl' oc r.~ r rol~ lf1"lC!~d of water They channel lflc llows fl !OU ll d .ind exo11c realrns rr1us1 hrsr r.ross the Madlands. though no IC'<. par M~1"S ~- siJen""" • ~ The> wa~r Ol<Jnd 1.JllY those constrrrcLcd more recently) have bocn bull I to l. irul 11. cl charlsrnattc war lorrJ unite~ n111Jt1plr• bands of these raiders. crc!s <> I JC ix Guilds l hat rule the u. who planned lo take advantage of 1 I. l)01vrv1•1 t fl ti lhL 1\1f"1n11' IOWl'r 1•x 1 llr1 01111.. 1 arP r11h1111nl11crali.r•r 10 1h<' cq11a1or lrav1:lers who \Vlsh 10 lracJc with these f.u11•~. pow1!rc. 111c11 rind worncn ai. So rar. . s a 'ic· IOU · rte' meta s~· ar.111c1 twr<.ilder. d hav<'n lor rardC?r <.~1('1•s (tfL' tw1blccl >nd Wrt!c krocl. over a11 active volcano doesn't trouble I hem fn tho leasI Wllllo the city !)Liii wolco1ncs other -~ho kc•pp 111: peace in Work's most prosperous cit~ f hey Cdll y hcilvy W. • P bll" /j .S 1g1 Wl\'iOf tire llll\11'1 <.1ga1n~1 th< prosperous lands lo the norlh or south.i. JhrrJueh lh<' w. IC .ilfs ()I the Bowl oJ Cla!:ls.d by old ftrl t. ·' he 1an ks of lhc C1ly Guo rd are 1iven l>y llltt'lltt• r 1nr.. [ . ar .. CREATURES AND CHALLENGES On the cxl rcrnely rare occasion when an outsider has stum. perhaps stored lherc In lhc d.. rt. .1if.inniks Lend lo be phys1 tally liarcly ancJ <rrc nccrrly fearless.H otr . an<J lhc· lava ronstanlly flowing throllgh ll1P 111c1•11dlfPri. l'tl Acl 1m111 ln\\1 r 1ppor1s 1 ~rndll 11111 11111v1n11 I l11nu1p.i'( 11 11!> 111 PqU<il rrieas1111• THE MADIANDS Br>yond I he Orcl<Jll <lp1nr mo11nldtrl'i 1111 land 1~rnw•. .i stdl\ol/drl eri lorce1 ol Vos~po11 \ luws or cl COi lllpl LT1rn1nt1I h1c11np. a number ol thf' b11ilclln(!s (cspccl<. the inhab 1tants or W<. r•xc c!pl that road'.111cl pitrc herl. <ind < 111 t hroa1 ·. 111 1111 n Vl'h H k•w kfl111\.

... • \ ~ ~~ ~ • ' " .'.1l t't'K11\' .. ... ' ' :\ 'h'..5 ~1t:'lt'e _. I\ le..1~~ ~t~('\il (\\1\\ \ s: \' .1.1.' s .~~ ' ' f . 11~ "'-. n'\ ' .... '\~l ' • ' "\ bllitl\. _.r111U11e~ Skills : AtlllfltCs S (~rd\\ll 11.... .' •: ~ . \ ~ :e~ D ""'".ls or tl\e '\d. l'....! \? \'\tfi' ----~ ~~ ~ ·~ tt· \ \\ )'" • . +I dt•frnSt').. t.11t1(\ll ~. slt. ~)' .L 1111~~. \..•\ . • . 1• · .~ ·:.-o tt'd the r denllt\ bE'~ 'lo u •11• .\ 1.:i1n.En'1a11c~ Cl)lll" • ..1nrlutll 'f ~t'I 1 '-Pt'll(i 1..' • hllit 4 6 2 2 • S"ills {group onl~ )~ B \ \ \ Talents t' . .)f.. l \~' 1)(. (' ' '· "\ ' {<.l ~:{'"lll'\' Adam1t~ sr~nr. T • ' .1. .' ''If ltl l..)\'.... .' \'tt)l ".t ies \oJ Equipntent \ \ '!"..lf:'t' b-X _tpljt l .t't ()t\ t').~ l' !Engaged!.. \'.) t~ \\'' l t-'\ .-.s t11 1vo1k1111i 111<1t'S~..lL" ..1.ig J Delei1 ' \t: tit: ' t '-"I" ) S.. R.:c:1)1ne 111 doo11verv. Ur.\lt."" ' l''\ 'll \It' s.1e . ~...... ~' Abilities: fore~ P()\\t"'l l--tt>..f' Sapp ants S\'-ear t .: tar Jn·1or rd n " "' frti'l1 tht:i:l"' '(\ 'l" l ) en~on.\\\ :\" .' \.. · .' ~f '~ ' • '\\' ..:1l 11 l~~ ) ~ll \ .Ht' ' 111111 Pit' t1111es) Force '\> .llH 6 ' ' J .) Equ i~' ll .<'l . l • • " ADAMITE TOWER PALADIN [NEMESIS] • t'nt.n\t\tl '$ l._" ~ ' . ~~!! ~ '\ . ":-. . ~'-e up ttie • f~r~ \t1-.. ~nal ne.j\ '.tt. ~ :.n\ ' t\t'' ~· ·.:.rv...)n' 5h t-·10.l\ Tne c.l' ~..'l· lt1~ I on on1.:' en~~ageo II\ ng cn».1S: . ' .') \ ~· !lt a Pa1uo1'l \\1 I hqd un erem . llK' .i [ · ::-..o 't'.. < N'~ ·' \ ' Sh.~ .\fl(i \ i" \\ 1'1. t ' S"ills : D1sc1phnc 2.ira ~1."nt: ~l\.._... et: D R~ ge E" • De t1_ t' .Xleu t· ·· t r: l)(''"'l' th re'orged .\bit.11. "''"l' t .\ppt\ •' (' \.r ~· I~. " -.Ills: \.~ . I~~ ...~ S\\lt1n.S R g~ Enr..).' ~ • .J ' ' :' =-.'. ."I a h11 l)lll a nh'lt't' .1· \ i. ~t't' (l onr I: Cu111be1son10 3...~~ . ' ' ' ' ~' . \\.1'' '\\h''' •' 111g RAIDER WARLORD [NEMEStSJ l'hl' \\..\\~~'' • .'.1~' ~i \ l . ·~ .ilt. '1l tl Tv\\t 1 \ .-..ud l\' lh' .~.i (Lrght:::abPr: l).u.ll 1\lll~: . ~('{ "" t1~~. .c(• ~ ~lHVl\rll ~ WORLDS OF THE FOR<. ..cndrar y p11t'c.~t"' .ilffii. Fot\~ R... <'".1~ . l SC 1.tE' t" n <Io.. .. CENDIARY PRIEST [RIVAL] . . •· . h J ~l~l)lt• l)f r urnl' 11' tilt' I 1\ir1 Uo1"'s lht ·n::.a pNice 1 '-1:.~~ t.0~.~1..'..rit>a\ ' 1 "'. B1t-ach 1.l1t' • '~'"' .tfl(i\~1 tht' s111't'l' 111 t-ittt'lt'd sn11111y Jl)ron!-i. \.ti\ becon1e Jne Q( the.1 St't"lO ) .._) Lo 1ncrea~t> 1\0und~ healt'\i b\ ) l· ana '' th a ~ adC' l ar n~ tiiss •·t~ '· n e CRYSIFAL liROLlBANE fR.. qlll\t'r uf .ll'lt' t..rl\1'!> llit'\l l\.ts a1 t" as nHH.\(" J s th )'f' \\'h 11'!l' \\ ~\\llH' l ' It' 1'\''t .1•tr. .'1\\ so<'" ~l rr01 3 'train to rt'l'.ll ' \\1. • . •\ "" ""'C>..!lit r. I )llt~ bo1v (RDni.f! Nl:XUr Of' PO\TJIU t . 'tlll'n~ ~t-l 't' (.11r1nt' .. \ D\ Equ ipment: <:...llf..Ul\I\· 111 'oc ll r.11h )l~l'. Dan1at:e ~' l r nt ) I\.. • ' \' ...1 ' \ ' •. Ll'nHea ·\nuno P1er't"P I l t' t'r~rd ~t-11 arn1or ( + 2 soak..\I\' ''jl)t' '{'\ • l"e I thr\ tt~·h h\\I \lh' '\ ~\I\ I''~~' .... o~ ' ~ .l ~ 1t'\ .11rt'''~ \\.i!:1' (). ''t'eli ..11 ~$l l~' ·1~1 ~ti ut i\ b~ Equlpnh. \ rg1tanct' 2 Talent s: \t 'E'"'-'"''' · (up~ro. ("• • '.-_111 ur \ft' • ' •' lht'll t'llt'll\1\'S \\Ith . '00 ~ . • t:: ' .-.. ~·1::h.::e Jll$t1te ar.t' 0~111. '\ ~'1' {l... •' .i atr • ~1 dP1).....ed IHea\ ~I. •t' nrn'~'t' Rt~1\\11 b\ ((11·11• · O 0 1nc:1 t'a~t' \t~i .PJrali '. ~ •" ' ' ' ' .

hidden razor-dagger (tvlelee.\'ers. 2 14 20 0 0 Skills: Astrogation 4. united only by their r._the att~ck deals 4 damage plus 1 damage per :-¢f .J:S )) ll(l. darnagE: plus 1 damage per ~ \vith a crillcal rating ot 4 Spend <) to increase the range by one range band spend () to affect one acJcllt1onal target \Vitl1in range. Limited Ammo 1• Prepare 1). c2 16 18 Skills: Astrogation 4. \ ICIOi. and rolls a ranged attack as part of the pool. Kno\1\fledge (Lore) 4.f'd pt11 lltll pl 1tc l t 2 <. V1c1ous 3) l1eavy and smelly robes ( + 1 soak}. and spend () to deal 2 add1 ional dam age (he may activate all of these upgrades mulllple times) Equipment: Wizard's staff (Melee. Spend () to increase the range by one range band. n1u11 p e t1rnc<>ll Equipment: ' pC'r bl<1de reaper (MelC'r. If the check is successful and generates ()~. see page 281 of the FoRcE AND DESTINY Core Rulebook). Llnkl"cl 1 Pierce . Damage 5. 1r th£ check 1:> =>urcess1 JI and gPnt r 11. Melee 3. Ddl'l'lP.lrtg -lrl Average t JDiscipline check 1ns1 l 'a<t of nor mat d1ff 1<: 1111 . (riticril 5 R . Talents: Adversary 2 (upgrade difficulty of all combat checks aga nst this target twice}. Spend () to gain more specific details Force Power: Protect: Make a Protect power checi-.ari< dS pdr t of 111c µool.iel"d (l'ltl' cious disregard for sentient life.trom11ncer or :1n engaged character. Discipline 2. may only use the Foresee power outJuors and at night. may only use the Foresee power outdoors and at night. lVl~nr. ( ) ( ) . Vigilance 2.... Force Rating 4. Talents: Adversary 2 (upgrade difficulty of all combat checks against this target twice). Range Engaged! Vicious 1). Abilities: None Equipment: Stabbing svvord (Melee. Force Rating 4. It is unknown how many of this order are secretly part of the Lucite cult. Perception 3. 4 .p~nd( t tu 1nc. 11 g soJk . Ritual Caster (must spend a manewver before using any Force powers. In addition.. Ritual Caster (must spend a maneuver before using any Force po•. Range [Medium!.c·. and a pouch full of strange and disgusting items. Spend () to gain more specific details. Inf. Lllr te 1 Stun Set1111fM c. Force Power: Unleash: Make a Force power check targeting one enemy at s~ort range. one C'rtt"\rny ot short r -Jn(ZE ~nd ro a ranged att. boiled leather Jerkin ( + 1 soak) • Skyholrr1c 1\c. Crlt1cal 4. wizard's pouch. hand crossbO\'I !Ranged !Light].. Deception 3. but even one of these devious individuals can cause untold suffering and devastation if allowed to run rampant. ro1'1ng an Average Discipline check as part o: tre pool Sprnd <)() to reduce damage from one hit of an energy based attack that occurs before the beginning of trie Skyl\olme Astrornancer's next turn The attack must hit (+ +> (+ SKYHOLME LUCITE [NEMESIS] a a 6 Skills (group only) Brawl.1dd111on(lf targets (may activate this multrple times) forcr Pow<·r Unlerish Nlakc a Force po\ver check target.t• r<~llgf' ol 'l . for they can see the future and even shoot fire and ice from their hands.-. - . the al tack deals 1. However.c. spend () to affect one additional target within ran~e..• • SKYHOLME ASTROMANCER [NEMESIS] Skyholme Astromancers may seem odd to those who first encounter them. Spend () to increase the number of days seen into the future by 2 (may activate this multiple times). Survival Talents: None.ocJI\) P • t t• C.j oct 1 • an~t. Damage 4.e lfl. and llH' damnge is rcc1uc~d by 4 plr:s 1 per ~ Spend () to al· IO\'I tllf• power 10 affect all types of attacks Spend () to af· 'cc t ? . rr. ~1elee. Discipline 3. Abilities: Force Power: Foresee: Spend () to gain vague hints of events to come a day in advance. with a cnt1cal rating of 4. 1 . Spend () to increase the number of days seen into the future by 2 (may activate this multiple times).'l di.2.} Abilities: Force Power· Foresee: Spend () to gain vague · · ·" of events to come a day in advance. In addition. Equipment: Wizard's staff (Melee: Damage 4.hl tlHOWl'f lR:i'lgca IL1ghtJ D::in1aec 6. Criucc11 ~ RJne. LflC' Skyholme Lucites are part of a secretive cabal of evildoers who masquerade as Astromancers.t l'll' c ''ound~ 1nf•1c tl d l>y ~ lrnc1v le 1~1c. using an Average (• •} Discipline check instead of normal difficulty. disheveled hair. hdnd l111c1v c11vt1tf 1111. wizard's pouch to WORLDS OF THE FORCE IEXIJS OF POW R .1eCJ111"1'll lnar. Critical 4: Range ! Engag~~ l : Disorient 2).. Cnllcal 4.v1d'i naunt \\cllo.. individuals would be foolish to discount their abilities. Perception 3 Vigilance 2. Ranged !Light].) Dark Side Force User (uses Dark Side results instead of Light Side results. Range !Engaged!: Disorient 2). l Ile\ hn1 1 fro1n t!\'ery the roads and \Vrld places of species. RAIDER [MINION] Raidt~rs and h'lg.ullt1lle urne~~ Spr:ncl to nt rC'Cl<.< c. heavy and smelly robes 1-t l soak). they are errallc and unstable men and women \Vith long robes. and spend () to deal 2 additional damage (he mav activate all of these upgrades multiple times) Spend () decrease the critical rating of the attack to 1. Knowledge (Lore) 4. Damage 2: Critical 2: Range IEngagedl: Pierce 3. u<. Damage 5: Critical 3.


be and \'who v..11"' lh 1.. These circumstances.~l~llr h1011 111 I.{)~ A '.s "''''·" c. I It t/:(' 1 ' > I •IJIJfr I ' •VflllJf < 111 c•pl1• 1vrt11out (on1p111 1c 1 1011 11 Ir• I • 111111rn1. '•':rr 1111t1'lll/ n n . IJf<" n' I ~• ' '~ v.. a"u \>ac ks of the struggi ng c1u1enr)' Lothal 1~ Qu1c\dy reac\11n~ a l1Pi> l'g po nt.e u• Vnrlo11'.1\' V\11111 IJ\'f!.. V'l'ithl'l .. anti the llnpr-nats Q. the planet fi suffered both a severe drought and a deadly plague among nianY of its livestock herds.. t 11n1p. l1rm1 y ~rltrf·r c.. •.r.t. .. combined with a genera' loss of traffic due to the \-var and the predation of rnrates in the area.1 " rr1111r" ho1r1 tu 1 fi r..rl1.11111 11114. and countless slock animals died or \\'ere killed to save what few animals remained . r ('II I«~. 1.11 out ornc .11011 1111 1 .I vi·~.. .. put Lothal 1n desperate straits by the un1e tne Em ire esLablished rtself on Coruscant For y<~ars. • ' 1>coplt• 11 1 .• I 111•111 1111 t1u Irr. .1 Hcl' 11·h:. 1 1 9.1~\\j • f'flSTORY I{ lit I li111 th1 111 II lr 11 1 r i t I l'lr lllt1 'Jl1.lltrat'·.111 survive.''l'. ·' r 111 u . Lot hdl'S r..> an1one's guc<:is PEOPLE AND CULTURE T • .vies became c oucleo v. J¥1.r.h<J' '{''"' n<·-sl\ cl 1 >. 111 1 .I ' f{ ! V..~ O• (!. for le ng ne~v ships.1 tn<• cJ I · ~ Wt r j 'rrio ' 1 ar rr11n1n!1 I"'1: l •. r1 ~ • •·' lt hr·1~'H1 lhi!lr v'' k ~ ' 1 trnr. : . ~< n 1 rilly.p. Lothal 11nclef\"icnl clrabt1c chnnges Joblessness and poverty skyrotketed ano rnany once respectable people h.1rr1'1111 rJ tl. ·' !-.row .II...l ·41<11 " " ·1·1 hOi>•·rv...U(.r .!d \'11th 1mpun1ty Ahcr the Imperial occ. Crops withered.• tc / rlc Ii . 1irs bl' I I LI · es csla ts iec 1ernsetvr•s 1r 101 .tr1pp11113 I olh. I '1!11 rj • I lltplr" 'tl~J' 1. I ' '1IA • 11 1 I ' l1ru ·' •tnt lln' I ' '" ~lfltJi•:ly l<1r Ii c on 11 .1rit1 :it1 1 llltf r1 It I /\I f I J ' lrJ( I olll<ll"" 1u~torv rs d common 011t• 1hr 01 J 11101 L ·t scit/l'rS were rancl1crs ar iC'I lilrmc•r! All U11. ci 1111 -.upauon.. ano vlo1e11cc Is ~11re: to en~ue What t11e hnr.... ic "' f11.onomy and crtv ron l'r· ' •t r1... the Emo~rc bee.itrilt1th• ro1v. 111\S '-I ll II 111 l Ild<... I1 11 ·• • ..:i1i.inrJ ·• •.1ve t11rnrc1 to cr1mt 1ust lo le~cl lhctr families The 1ancl 1s no1soncd.1. 111 IC' 1111111{' lilt lollv (11 11... · 1 1 '•lltv1"111 <Ill\.1 I r t i ' . t. the Empire d1rJ as 1t pleas<.l'I fr. Lo th aI was never much of a cJ"'s a 1shed ·•perspace hJ ...•. l~. esunauon only regular v1s1tors were crew from ca go ships d 1 Its .ind IUlf_!l' '.. I II " 11 ""l1c:1 .i<Jr ff"< '''Jr(' Of rl 111•11 <I~ •11 1 1.11 I<J11 ..i11<.. "' : ~ ..1•r•1rrl'ct .111llr I· neW 1-1nn11grar1Ls brought L11e1r faniili'•s " ...I () rAr:c. 1. JY/ hl11( ' I • >·· rr<: ~~ta. and lt e planetary government str11gg\eo to ma1nti>111 '">Overe l'JllY Al the l"lh1le. l"'•I fqr . 1 . II• r I • d or ' I ') 1 1 l'•lV• 'I I 111•·111 (II ( 11'\ 1 rn' 1rr1rr l~ . vehicles.rn11·<1 lri 1 LO ll. ll!'J. 11Ill1 t 11 111 Ori. 1.ft. 11 I .IVl•11 . · · "'e•.1ri!. . 1 >.<... an various import/export peopIe D unng lhe Clone Wars..t1J•l11r .I I I 1 11d 1\1.ov ~rnment had petitioned the Republic..lulJ!.t1•·d ori th1 I)I <1nct and 11 s c• ' ."•• r • cir1 t i1tl .<.. 01011 y villages vverc bu 1sling al lhe SCJr 1 1 1 1 1 ceoplc of Lot ha I lound~d a planetary . q1111 kl\ l>c< cllllll I l11ll lilow11' ... v I " r..rr '. " (•en rouf?ti he 11ard\-vork1ng people or Lothal Being ra 1 lron1 " t bl.~ It1r1t •. I.111 "• Ir lir.1 I\._ 1 • •')Ill it·. . 101 econorn1c: al'd rood I I • I If• 11111. IJ . and the rivers tilled with the poisonous etl JV a o' a dozen heavy industries Sren::ir Fleet Systerr bu t a sccre test fac1hty on Lethal to take advantage of the burgeon rig industry as v1elt as the huge un1nhab1t(.\.h smog. htlflf1lr1 ' 11111 ' iPll 'llJlllt' .p1ng tne rninerat wealth from Lotha1 Y11th httle <CW.rel for ts oe<Jv e or cnv1ronment The once·clear <. < ti . "I Sl'VC'lltng tl1c ranks ol worker• _ .. r I111 11II l'•tl. lrrtpl'lf I • ••rl '" lr1•.:il. hun de~peratc... ll'f('ftlly I ' 1'• ffllJh1 '• 'VtH1 II 1 l~ r1 1•1 1I Wllhlri II 1 Y n.alt11 1 on the ery..d sp3rec. r1. c. Lhu people arc s1c.t 1 · ''·irn Vl~s' •lt• 1 . .frl"'<l H(" '''1th tc ' ' ) ·int rc.. It I I '~1· 1 'n.port rncn1 began '" earnest With lr1~htfut efhc1ency. ·.Y. r. th1:1r rnlrirl'.rf1tJlr . a1r1rr(' v11th ~n lrr111'"1:i\ ~:. 1111 .lt\.lit' lhl•ff of. .tr11. . •>•Jtf. ''1' "•r ' ' •I ! II • I • I 111 I ·~ i I • . "'' n1i 1 • . hf'urr tl!>P<ilrh~<J lirnc· t.. and v1eapon systems ltle quaht:t o{ fP for the average Lothalian dropped prec1p1toJS\y..i/y II•. "' • .t 'r>l'fJI<' clllg(.on<!·. . lht· I·"' "'" .. 11 1111 1 1 1 1 t . .0011 Of II• r •• "1> 1t1r...(. c<.i: 11. lh1· 1'-'l lht· 'i1tro 01 e main olfwo1ld sl11pp111g port Lothal sl~wl 1 n increase 111 population came an increase 1Ygrew: ancl Wilh a n prospt•nty lhe past rew decades ti av'· b Unfortunately. 'l1a·.11d l11t• I Otllt1ll. DESPERA~E: ~·· ""ORLD . u 6•11• to l..cll rar ..11rv1•. on t Ianes.s ar1<J clro1cl rl.1>< V W••r"' ' I I1u.truct1on of lf. •..11r Wn'. .r•::.lhnv f 1P'rJ·· "f ~· • llrllJ' Irt •Ill1.

~n.l l(' lll~I lhAl 1nan. <11 •\t i'!d<•1nv. t\~eeting ensuing protests \'Vitl1 niass arrests and violent crackdowns. Before Lhe lmpcnal occupation. . .ilcd with ti• L . tll(' \pp'°I( 1s rnission 1s to 1. Imperial indusu ral and administrative buildings.n1e1 throughout the Outer Rini.e i\los E sit') on Tatoo1ne than to a planetat) capital L ose1 to t ie Corl!. \Vl1ole sectors of the city became depopulated In place of rnodest 11omes and lo\v-rise con1111ercial buildings..ind n1onr' '"st prototyping and production.\pp~ci) Is i1 fPCth.. r f l '' .. n1 01 1n. W '1\ 0 . 11nlv !l '~ Tile . Cit\ 1.POINTS OF INTEREST . lllS~l~llllOllS . \)IU \'>OU~ l' pl t 111. and den1olished existing structures 10 n1ake \\oay for ne1\I lrnperial-style buildings. hnpe111I N.11 0 gO\{'l 11111Cl11<'11. <'l1S for IC\\'<1rd111g ccircer" 1n the[.: L'dl 1111 t' l l\l \Jr n)1\ ~ \\ r <:" '""' ' :-tll<1t' nd ' ' n 4 l)ut l ~ C'1t \ 11 '' t <h n1 lt>t \\ i ngr. ltH I l n1tv 1 o i. geology.1l1 . and sparse!~ populated tandSCll is perfect for vehicle proving grounds. kich.. and Imperial personnel s1vagge1 t11rougt1 the neighborhoods and market places.. the planet's obscuritv and reniote 'c<.ng urbJ.. Al most overnighl.. 1elatively flat. rnining and planetar'v eng1neenng. has led lo 1nore out l)rei:lk~. lion provide a1nple protection fron1 prving eyes. WORLDS OF THE FORCE NDCUr OP' PCMER J 11 . n1ult1culttiral fet"I 01 a lilr ~e i\1rd R1n1 nlcgalopolrs '''llh ll'e Llose-1-\ntt co1nP1un1t\ anl1 shcl1Cti \di ues of a small orovrnc1al countn to1\r \·~tors fro1n of1\\01 Id often refer to Capital crt\ as "the b1gges.l l •l\ th~ apt ' n lml'd ( lJ t 1 t l\ I ' ('f l1l 'lll .1<i1'lll\ lot \ppht'd ScrcrH es (. '\Qt .. small to'' n 111 I ht' Outer Run: a label rts c1t1zens \\'ea1 \\ t '1 p di. Everv App5c1 111 the trr perial system 1s tailored to the planet 011 ~vh1Ch 1t 1s based Lothal's AppSc11s no different. and all n1anner of protot~ pe testing .111d if their grades are accept...11'<..P"''. ltl'l'ICI l 1 Jtt l [!..!.Adv<lnced P'. t)~ the 11rst l\'(l\ es oi color 1sts Ne\\'er structures of local!\ quar rred stone and imported plas1ee1 1'\ere added O\er the years.\s llS llillllC Sllt..gcsts.ap1tol C. 1111 penal vehicles constantly patrol the streets.. weapons tes ranges.ire1s fun ml 1 Lotl1al's n1ineral wealth provides direct a(cess 10 '~ ~ als.Oet es 1nclud1ng Rod1a1':-..idua uon.stl.• the diverse:'.11 I I .. SIENAR FLEET SYSTEMS ADVANCED PROJECTS LABORATORY Tt1e Advanced Projects Laboratory is one ol a h. the En1pire erected brutal edifices lhal d1'\larfed the surrounding ne1ghborhoods... Capr . . 1 1 11\ ~) BR) ' rile figl1LPl'S Sltbst~quentlV \\!Oil H 11llt't' . concentrating on ugncuitot~· sciences. I\ lost of the bu1ld1ngs \'\e•e one or t\\O sto1\ pr elabncJted ferrocrcte l id plastee co11st ucts bu . ll1e linpcrlal forces 111ay 11ave 0 full blown rc..11 • JUNIOR ACADEMY ~O APPLIED SCIENCE: Onl\ r\'Cl'llll\ C\pencct 1n Loll1. In addi the broad.. an naval engineering. \\111• a '\ll1i''' e11n~1 or C'I 11t'I stxi c>fa1 ng <:.1ft'" to com hint. thev are tr<tnsterred into one or the En1pirc's ded1ca1 engineer 1ng or science academies. but the) ad hered to son1e unspoken rule that Capital Cit) should gro\v out rathe1 than up V\lhen the En1p1re a111ved.\ppS(i . ar~ ll1 tecturally speaking more s1n1llar to placec: i.11y ci. ltlr tn•rf h \I~ )I ii l• I' lhl p nC'l J .11nn1ering uni esl w1 ll1in Cap1Lal City is slowly coni 1ne tu a l~orl Soon.. t t'nter rind UH' ~eat 01 Lill' P Cl'lt'l \ ~i\c1nn1l nt \ re1atl\eh n1001.-.~.11 < 1l11rt1 1 \ Hie Ill MKINTOW ..l ll1 ~~d ttlCI\' Ill ' ' . [ l IF Actvancod v l \"le\S unv<'iled ctl (111 1np t •~ • ' t ltl) pf\J.AL CITY Jl'l IJ \ l\ s Ll tha r.ed out or tmpnsoned ovvners and residents. ""'"t I' CAP T.Laborator~ I~ ' rotot)ClC e1 ctes1gn iH1d t cst1ng fa<:rlity l IH' 1\PL ) t11~t P ·!~!:! II ' DJ\ (C . lhr AppSc tocuo. I . C J Ital Cl\ '1""s gf'0\\'11 O\(' thl' \ l?cllS 110111 a sn1all tf<1d1ng outpost into a spr<l\\hng ri'\ l.x n1U< h to . n. 01 insurgen t violence Despite crackdo1-v11s and cu 1 fP.. \Ollllft lrllPL'lii.)I l ltc:.1dt'lll\ systen1 '\ on sc1L'lll 1f1c . abusing the inl1abitants and lording the occupation over t11crr The11 er uel and destructive beh<.. \ti l . C..\I l l ~)1 t ' l It I I l . .ind lech111c<1I educ<rtron Stu<1cn1s l'I P<lSS the . td 'tt: l '!'1 l1.11\ " P->Pll'allon 1S pnmar jf\ hun. saving enorn1ous Jn1ounts of li1ne . · .-.1pi111 City 11 1 ~ lu \t. d tor till' l111pl'lldl \ c. Lott1al 1vas chosen for the OU• ous hono1 of hosting tl1e tacillty fo1 a number of rease-OSFirst and fo1en1ost.1vior. 1111) i.111111 nu1 LolhHI t111d \\101 e 111cll1Ufi1\. con1bined w1tl11 l1e now apparent bad faith 1n which the En1pire offered Its assrst::ince to the struggling planet. tile Imperials ce· r11ented their domination over Capital Cit~ and Lothal Toda) Capital City rs a strange amalgam of the old and the ne\\o Near!\ half of the city 1\las demolished Lo make room for nev. t l.1ltsl1 ••1nd th<' ot ta!'1onal ltl1011an 1l 1s a bt. ho1\lever.1n c1l\ for 'ucll ll IJJCK\\ 1\t'l \\ rld.1blc upon cr.. it changed the face of the citv It seized large s1vaths of property.i..1dn1iss1ons lest receive lhc1r p11rn..W!>..IJell1011 on ltJl'll o! Sienar Fleel Systen1s· secret pro1ects fat:illties sc. ll'lfli ' I f'l 1~1·IC( t lllllf 1 I/I 11l 1111Prrt I 11/t•llf I I 1111/ll lt 11111111 R1rn I• ltlC' 1 r 101 111 II ) i tf I I ct 1\'!' ll 1 1't '1 •U .Onom1c.lucc1tion a• th~ .

. . .. 1....'"..... .:. ~ .0 PBo e!s have rncrea$ed dramatically .Jspecten Rebel :.....-::.1 · JJlf. /...r.. Rec. ' ..lJ1e• •t < '011r1" 1/ 11 I ( flrJ((lf 1 <. O'J"' o I ~ .sttr-r ... -..c 1•anu:. "":-'-' ..afc houses a"'c a•... '3 .._ .rtab.. i' ....1µ1 ..a o...~ ~ . . .ncreaser.... rr. ...-llJ:o-~.....:tn<.. ~e..g relugee crisis on Lothat.:: :~ I 1\..q..~-. I • .' .arget tor in< . • f .:d and .'.. . ' ( ' I I • ' '"' r . ~ ~=rr: • .. • • . .p.._... -:. :. ' ~ 'j ( r • .'11'. e ...'~ ?..V)!f(.. before its destruction at lhe hands of the Empire....U(. •' ..... rt c•m:. I J '' . garrison vt t •tie atJ111ty lo C(1rllr 1. "."• ~11 r ..'(• fr ~r>c rr.OWI t10U'.. ( ~ I ( j ...11 miln~ry ..r ii J ... 'r .. __ ...:. -~--· "J-!....Jt:arilS r. . ' .QffiffiS (t.c. dr·tfJ VJt.-U ...son:...' ' f .._ 'h • 'he drrr. ..f1 - ~ .J tab e b "' l'' 'J••<:t:....<"J(nrTllJrrtcatE f~UI!.....rrn11oo... . "...._ ~. ~ .. ....t+.> - .... . .' • •. 1....... ....... I ... ages and ~1orriesteads Tf'us has cavsed a srr.-. O'......- .. I'. f .si r~ a·· iy' 1 •d rJ 1t r ( .J c1~1 t.. J r ' ' 1' '..• I"~ ..£• • f ..~ . I • r • • r...... .. . U J · ~r·1 ~ 1 ". S .. • Jd' a~d an enrryple<' hypcr<. .r. . :). "&. provrd~S lii!.Irr r €n~I ca·n::•Jn s cI.V...J cor"fr. ..# ....n<1 'c:n•. I J . f'...·r·r It·~ f>J111 . .. • ti..r. "' .... P:ft r··a '"' rtJc (..rjJ-= I lll . •. v.. •r .. ' " ....• 1 'l'.enUy... ~ ..)~.. i. . !. . hCJ .. .I....'3L1onq ?..... t ._ ? 1"1fJ . ::h'"' ...r .. kl y wrth Irr pi::rfa fvrce:.J - . ca 1... ....ru1 a .....SJOr Lolh. ' • ... (' ~..C'.'1 r. :..... ' 'L . 1-.rJ ":'_<'.....1 .... tl.rtl c..-_:.d f)' frJ?. . ..... . - - .-· .. U1ro11gf1011t U1r! () Jl!!r Prrn (i1vet1 rts rmportancJ to lhf. as h.. ~ rJf thr.. <'_. ( . .. 'if • fr.rov•ns across Lothal in ~n atl. 'f. I ... ..troyed rnany or t '... These refugees ra1e begur gatrer·rig 1n small shant.. ..'. fas~ gro. \~'hrle expanding their industrial ooera1 ror..S 0r ~ 'Jf: thr: plan1Jl aria to L. .nri. . tor" OJ Lr1rha Powered by:.. t f ..' rt~'.. J-3CJ '>f • tt..:: .f T~r:. • ? 1 . ..rsm f... -~ I • ' .. . i:<i an attae} de::.. ..c ~ 'YSterns and render~ rt unab1e tc. - "" ....-.... .... t:.'!'.-1' ~1 LJt'1 ~<1<:":':. A• ..n:..:::. ' ...... ...r . 0. 'rr13 • o'. f--' .:_ ........· :sfr o' rt" '?"·lo'. r .<.......J" ~ l' ~ -~ ~r -~ "' 1 ~'-'"·~Jt........ ..:7 I "'"f~' U)u·-::..' ( ' . . f ')......<>..r tr.... send or recetvc trar.... One such place was the rarnshacltle settle(l'Jent of TarkinLown..: lmrJ!:nal r/i .... • t l' r I ... ' ..r:......r" atr/3c.> " -..... the ICC rs a Lempung r.-ests o: susper (..ernpL to rest<Jrt their lrves. ~· ~re '.. 1"'r'~ .t. . oe•1at scrvun~ Pa•ds 0r s. .. I ....c:1i. ._...a '. ......i.. ... .c::...h el<!etj :..10"' o' ~.. .s ar:ross tne D·~"'­ et lhe lmpenals have beer lore r:g people ~'v'' the r . th~ rrr.... - .'1 y Vfllt CI m'f lJ( f ~ 'l' 1 .ct brought Lothal uncJi::r . This terro• . :.noreds o: pre11ous. "' ~ . .ill ·~.. . .) ...f'"t:...e and employed crtrzens ha 1e fourd ~Mefl"se /es s Jdder f homefess and desuwte. c ( ' ' ( I • . ~ ~ t( J • .. . . ..L'-~ ::..n co"1mur11c.IMPERIAL r I .. {Jri ::. OMMUNICATIO s CENTER r '~ .. ..

11111 h• l )\ t 1 11. l hil1d ed. and the cha1acle r halves his strain t11r_cshold.\\. Thankfully.1ls Slll 11 ..11 'll't '1 'II'''· I. Bloodfly Sickness (a cn. 1i "l\1\1' bot111''l.)ff•' .:"'as0 c<111ed "blood ti\' sickness. t~a1< ~JS· 1 rilV 111 LO Loth -ca Ls live solitary lives prrma . Their races are remarkably expre~s1 . Swa11n (halve the damage dealt to Lhe sw<irr~ C t.1\s t l\i'll t\\l'l blbofllh11 s Iel'o on n1an1n1ttl blood. regardless of whether or not that quail~ rs activaLedJ. rounding up.)IOlllld llt'rd<: Of lc11gl' <H'11n.1. Talents: None. al n. llv j 11111 •· 1 t 1' II . l ht)llgh t hr\ . ' t Tl)1'\ I\. black legs that end 1 e ~v in s-. and a broad niout sharp teeth... fai lure resu lts 111 4 dc1rncJ9.ll [)I..'":lrac ter wl10 takes damage from a blood fly bile musl 1nake an Average Resilience check.1•1 '" hi plilll1'l I . .. tllC} P kl .ll...1.1elali\cl~ 0i1S\ 10 J\'Otd Blood fllc-s OCLclSIOl1JllV carry a L)IOod borne di\1.1n1'! 111{. I .· 1vhich saps afflicted sentients strengtl1 and energy and causes fe\ 11\')I ts. h fifteer kt og a meter long and can weigh as muc as ellieS 1. and painful raslles. Abilities: f Iyer (blood flies can fly.) 1ni. loth·cats are wild relines native to Lothal They are.1111HI\ 111!1 1 (! 1h 1 BLOOOFLY [MINION] R ''lil ht • 't .. brindled coats with wtiite b1rg qi 111 Lhick tails. Vicious 1).l\1\ lt1ti?11 ' ' ''" 11 10\ n11·. l'I 11 r 1 11\ 11 1n1 . They have short. Equipment : Mandibles lBrawl. " . large ears.111~ 1ISO C\ll .11) l'X ll1:1 n11'I\ p~1nlul bile.~nl~ :--llt. coming togeth~r on . \f 1 0 WORLDS OF THE FORCE liEXUS OF POWER before applying soak unless the weapon has tne Blast~ Burn qua lily. on average.. 1 \l.1k('~ the1n. b ..1n11 IH1ft1\ t 1tght Hr11'1\ . r l111n .1101senuent::.o ni~c·:--t pol li•n nd n1' tar l 11t'\ tl'nd 10 gall1('1 .. vorniting. L111s disease 1s easily treated 1\ itt1 bacta 1m1nersio11 and resl. until the cha racler spends <it least ar~ hour 111 a bacla Lank or undergoes similarl exte11s1ve n1ed1cal treatn1ent fas deLerm111ed by the GM!r Silhouette 0.. \\'l11 r0 tl11' foori -~ pl01H 11 ul 1 \\ llllt' I lit'\ ll._.-i af1l1 raise I)' to bree1• or grasslands. \It' r11 l l>\!).l 1 it 1 \'11'1~~. 't" \IP I l.'lrtfl .1 1 .1\ l' .C' ignoring soak.lllll L\. claws. tllcv . see page 208 of the F o Rc E AND DesT1Nv Core Rulebook). ieY lcuge I l·lunling by sight and l1eanng. Damage 2 Critical 4.1~u 11• h1' n lt'll HHI 1l)ll1 l1'1111 1n1lli "f'll \('I" .) • S:. Rance [lngagedJ: Pierce 4. 11tlil'::.. \\I \1 di 110 l\\ Ir' IHdl\1dU 11 \ t t t l' t \It 1t 111 pt 11 I\ lll u 1111 l l 101 1• 1 11 \I \ 111111 dlll\ ~\\Ill l\l. al lt'a::. and narrow. ~air .CREATURE AND CHALLENGES l\ l.1 . of 11eec black eyes.11. LOTH-CAT (RIVAL] 1 1 Ski lls (group only): Brawl.~111c l~ nois\' 11\ 0rs \\'l11cl1 n1. Members of the far-flung tooka family...tli'~l:--."') (' d\<.f. '1':.

. Equipment: Horns (Brawl: Dan1age 4: Critical 5. Thei r strong Jaws and sharp. loth-rats have a reputation for bei ng ab le to eat nearly anything. Knockdown). these burrowing creatures typically live in underground colonies compris•ng dozens of members. loth-rats are easi. Q 1ence.3 and I . black. A number of breeds unique to Lethal have since developed. ' a e w1t11 \df\ 1ng dr~1 ees 01 success 1hev make fine 1 ·r c~pnc1ous . These clovenhoofed. goal like ruminants stand between 1.111\ \\'il('tl 111gllll'tl1'd 01 lO l 11"' 1' tlll >ell)( ti 10111 . Docile and not easily spooked. 5 12 a a Skills (group only): Athletics. Critical 4.l~I\( s U'. Brawl.0 Irr t 1Ci• 1.I f·x ) . Survival Talents: None Abilities: Silhouette O Swarm (halve the> d<1mage dealt to Lhe minion group before applying soak. \ \ hrie n10c.irm. lll<t 11 11 . which largely makes up for their more unpleasant traits. Pierce 2. L11ey ca n be exceed1~gl y danger ous. 1 <'V 1lllt'L'I Ill · thcnl<.ve1. · and shgl1tl) li0stru< t 1\e.ll. 1agged teeth allow them to che\~ through the toughest materials: Imperial Navy pilots have reported tl1~m gnawing al the bottom or TIE/In solar panels and chewing notes 111 duracrete fortifications at airbases. have thick matted hair.. ' i u\\11llP. powerful body odor.5 meters tall at the shou lder. at l'YPS and <111\ otl1e1 <. ropey saliva. the hardy creatures can adapt to nearly any environment. WORLDS OF THE FORCE llDGJI "" pOJU&R .• llfs 01 l!V('ll cl l · .a1t1ng 101 the Pt'11crt t1n1fl Lo tlll<l(k 0 11 'ys. along with the fact that nerfs are completely unfazed by space frigh tened off In numbers. Pierce 2. pets. These qualities. especia lly when cornered. Equipment: Teeth and claws (Brawl: Damage 4. ft. \r\lit11 enouo11 pat· . arr \Vrlti . or othen\lrse \'•Ork wiltl a nern. ct1ch one r11shing and lc.J o Skills (group only) : Brawl. Range [Engaged]: Disorient I).('1<\1ll\0 Cll\'as. ... Damage 2. Lotl)·Llll!\ onl\' 11 n'111 · 1 . Leap (loth-cats add O O Lo all Athletics checks made to perform horizontal or vertical leaps) N1ghtvision (Loth-cats remove all • added to checks due to low-light conditions or darkness). Roughly the size of domesticated felines. t s~v. and sport Lwo sets of horns.. Silhouette O. Abilities: Nightvision (nerfs remove all • added Lo checks due to low-light conditions or darkness). .:ip1ng onto its l. hairless rodents native to Lethal. howr. defending L11c11 young. C IV tlllf1l..p11t1gs 10111 ll1d1nt. Abilities: Cunning Ambusher 1 (opponents add • to 1111 L1at1ve ct1ecks using Vigilance).ll <. Lhanks Lo their stubbornness. t e co11111111 tod ri r l. and thick. Perception 2 Stealth 3. ' Talents: Natural Hunte1 (once per session. · •·~ . LOTH-RAT [MINION] Loth rats are large..llrn :1l t. thou~h they prefer grubs and grains. Critical 2. mttssrvc Typically shy or \.·' 1o k11I 1ts p 1·' t'V ~s Q(llC kl\ JS p05s Il1 I(' \\. nerfs are found nearly everywhere there are humans. Coordination 3. which is extremely caustic and stains anything 1t touches.and other assorlf'l1 r(ldt·11lc. Vigilance 2..ind claws.1ck1r1(. Perception. b nrgcr I h f'l'C\ unt1 l e\ c.talKt>rs. . Ornery (add • • to all checks made to handle. Talents: None. They are remarkably unpleasant creatu res on the whole. Vicious I) NERF [MINION] 1 1 Skills: Athletics 2. may reroll any one Perception or Vigilance check). a 11 ct atlt'rn 10111 111.' . Brawl 2. they ca'l e'en be tr a1ncd to hunt and retrieve • 2 6 a :. trampled dirt: or destroy a plasteel si lo of harve~ted vegetables in search of their next meal. . A hungry pack of loth rats will uproot an entire field of grain and leave nothing bu Lmuddy. Range IEngagedJ. and Lothal nerfs are prized for the flavor and quality of their meat. dornesticate.)l)cl learing <II 11 with Leeth . ~r kept trorn a rr1eal Angry 0 1 frightened loLh-rats attacl< in Perhaps the most ubiquitous beasts in the galaxy.irgt't . . damage 1s still not halved) Equipment: Teeth (Brawl. lotll·Cals can be dome"L·c l d .. True omnivores.. unless thf' weapon has the Blasl or Burn quality (if Blast or Burn quality has not been activated. is what makes them so common throughout the galaxy. cal t\ n1L3 I\ goC's ror 1 t~rgct s la1 i' 111 s1 1. Range [Engaged!. 1otl1 rats hunt tl1C'11 pr<'v f<'r 1.scape or lht' crc~ture is clt1vcn anti \\'Ill run 1f tht?~ can oH. Nerfs Found on Lothal are descended from ones the first colonists brought there generations ago..

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l •'>tlr~ An ~11t1< 111fr1fl 1v11 ~ron .in olrl Fr cllll'dlfil tempi·· Dur ll ( 1111d I Ile I rc)llf?dWI Plll t11e rnasters llllO cl t1a11r l'. alU1ough this 1c.MASTERY H STREN'GTH B M ORDER I ' h l \ I ti I 'l l ' 0 R \I l 1 'ol' I KJr.. To aver I a 1-10111 lCal cata5lrop11e.cry prc<11<t. preferring instead to remain neutral. P<. they were able Lo overpower and outlast their more violent forebears. Anyone doing so would still have to convince Lhe rnas· ters to harbor a fugitive from the Empire ·and son1eonc who was. lO ttl(' rcc. d1scove1ccl \Vho was bt·ll1nd tile cull and the Fran€.1n cul Lure Is intertwined wlLh t11e Dagoyan mystil lrt1d1t1011. It 1s not unusual to see colorful.\ • i tr ll l \11 and llm nel!ll for 1l lO cu d lhl' planet ii -. This nearly caused Bardotta to go to war.l1 r lvlu ' \N1l'l(lll Rf'prt· 111 st~ J J 1 R111k Inv 1 1-c I fh ·tit 1pl'J Hl1'1CC or<. ll1erc 1s no soc tal r.tro•1g . Cl OCC' or lh(' rr111gc11vl fl llg•Oll 1\ SrrHlil h11L c1r11vr r(tJrlflil'r'll cul w.1goy.knowledges Lhe Empire's power and in return.t 1p..t1l1s0 Bardottans Lend Lo be so inwardly focused Barc.l the111111to lire rnoutll ol .·r growing sph1're k1111ne thcrn 111 the procPss 1 hC' sphere .1r11ue Of a dr.. ts rnlirelY volu11t. Bardotta r0m<11ns a politically neutral ~11tcr Cl IH?c1tccl chase to illl <111c1c11t pyramid deep in the moon s clc~ L't l<. te141 of their temples.11'llolt.j tl 11 " fl I t! . 1\h1cl1 ros~ <1bout s1\ t11ous. Because Dagoyans discovered lhe wisdom and knowledge accessible to those who focus on the Force. attempting to learn trie1r very differenL way of interacting with the Force. an enemy of the Bardotlans.awl s 11•b11 lh tvlolhcr lal1111 of the 0 111u. Binks and \'V111du uncovrrcd the plot f hcy followecl Liu~ cul! 1sls to the near by world of Zilrdossa Sllx ancl. square prayer f1ags-a Dagoyan meditation tool-strung across Frangawl temples.1s r t>~po11s11. PEOPLE AND CULTURE The BardoLLans are a peaceful and conternplclllvc people Visitors often find Lhcrn aloof. Eventually.ton(• r.inclsccJpl!. Chey are one and Lhe sa11~e Most [l. and their art1vork adorns museurns and publ•c spaces across tre planet A.11 of the Jedi and Lhe end of the Republic. vc•r 11 D 111-.iec111 I llts cltclinctl t11e11 f·or<..1 lid c1gc1111'>1 llOllpdl I icip<l llOll WORLDS OF THE FORCE . thr Frangawl <. statues.Jfe for tile cHs.sencc Into nn ev. to t11e Dagoyan n1yslic tradiLfon This change occurred after a series of srnall-scale wars savv the ruling Frangawl re placed by the new Dagoyan order. • l\ THEFRANGAWLRESURGENT I I \ ' . tn theory a Jedi escaping the Empire could llrde there and blend in among the Dagoyan Masters without arousing suspicion.idil 1011c:. w<1s c11pt11red l)y thl' c11IL.. only bel. The governrnent ac. Unfortunately.lott. o l th t h ~~ r. Its inhabitants c.1ns 111edll0tu and help support local nionasterles.ult.ontent to focu'> on medl lalion and their connection to the Force. Frangawl sites are still places of meditation and con templacion. So far.1nd \liars dgo 1vas far more l\'Clt 11ke t llan lhe culture lhat n:>.c cc.c.. \ .in ancient ancl trr111llv . tile l·ranga1vl 1vPrc ncarlv 1nv1nc1ble 1var rrors. soarrng Frangawl architecture and magn1hcent rrangawl anin1al sculptures ate valued as cornerstones and artvvo(k in rnode1 n Bardotlan buildings Tvvo thousand years ago. Lhe Empire leaves Bardol La Lo ils own devices. rr1 (1 way. a'.ir· 11. the ai t•stic sp1nt of modern Bardouans also t•x1stt>cl 111 Frangawl culture Their slr uctures still dot tht' l. For a nr1cf llrne.ur.1ppt 11 • ri1 es I ho rufl ~' ' <1tlrrnp~ 111c to rorcr? tilt' prophecy 10 come true~ ti) ~ 1<1n.OY ") WOlllCI (I wpr.o be raised 1n the Dagoyan Lraditlon Relations beJ werin Bardol la and the Jedi re1nalned rool up unlll U1c Clone Wars ~ I re I tv1 1r. lhf•fl clrOµpec.ipp111g rn 1s1er · <llld olfPr 111g thcrn . J \ UGH DISCIPLINE. the Franga1'\ll cult was outlawed and its practitioners faded into HISTORY ea iJOUJn t11story spans thotJsands of v<'.:irs l Ill' or1g1na1 Ba dottan C1\1l12'(1t1on..1s1c.i1 s I( 11fice 1n . Lo tt1!:1 Jedi len1ple for Lraining. it stayed clear of the Republic and 1·s po1 t1cal machinations.> lhe Dagoyans viewed this act as kidnapping. and hn tretl into a kind of Dattlc rage As a rec.Jeveloped an unusual lOnnec1101110 the ror cc t111ough med1tauo11 hctore bat lie This alio1~ed so1U•l'rs 10 tap into tht dark side and focus the11 anger lear. to da~ Tills cl\·1ll1at1011. which grew as BardoLtans turned to deeper meditation in limes of peace. Stil . Lhi: 11nr 011 111r l' c•f Utl ~. Because BardoLta does contain many beings strong 1n t11c Force (albelL rn a way not found anywhere else 1n the galaxy).i11 Lr. I• ](I flP. Force sensitive Bardoltan children were senl. As Bardotta made contact with other planets and civiliza l:ons throughout the galaxy.1ry. BARDOTTA TODAY Mttce Windu's rlSStstance in stopping tl1e Frangawl cult led to a rncnd1ng of relations between Lhc Jedi and Bardott<1ns. lhe Jedi studied with the Dagoyan Masters. and from memory into history.<. Lh1s happened right before the beLray. storing tt lor lt1e Frt1ngC1wrs cJcJr k fJLtr poses \Vhcn the 1Jart. until a generation ago.lolli111 r1iler 011e<~n J\Jlid. Clnd L'Verv Bell dotl 111 1u celved an ociucallo11 tll D<lgoyan sLhuol~ l·Vl'n Bdrdoltdns wl10 go offwofid still 1110kl:' ll1ne for n1cdit<.t:d tJ I "11(' \'tfl('fl lh D lf'. the Franga1<Vl 1el1gion slowly gave 1va. or ruins.1rlic1pal1011 111 l). massi"e structures 11ewn from sohd rock survive to this da\ Ruined chunks of beaull ful.iclccl llko <1 b<3l Lt'rY 101 rorc1•' po1\cr.1llori. Today. the Jedi returned tile children 1. n<11Ttcd for a11d ruled hy a rnvs11c cull. the plancL's ren10Lc location and neutrality have allowett ll to avoid close ln1perial scru tiny.

11i guards keep the peace. as \\ell Cl RO\ J Palac. filled the harbor with living quarters and commeroal stru~­ tures: what was once a lively shipping way is now a vast•~ work of canals.e l~C'I~ B~rr(lottart JOUR•UN PORT . an ' king J rnal l Boir doua an •jeal dec.. d .. arduous chmb up the spire... d 1l n i'i ol~e~-v 11C'1 < 111 11 rrsp1te frcm thr 1. The palace winds around several stories of its host }ears 1n incense • ... me rta ion ..Jhllt • " P""'"""' ~fe..:nt F ''RJ r sacrificed Dagoyan Masters by dr. not a secre . the Halsoun Monasrery is the home of a special sect of the Dagoyan mystic tratf'· ti on. this cavern feel ' 1Y Force ~!IP or tile dark s1clc cn1anat1ng from the ~r~ne Strong IJr~r· pool ol mc1grna This rs where lhc rnsur gon Statue ~"" ... 'eei Crt" pelled to remove themselves from the world at largeano .ee ken ru le that tl1ey sl1ould biing equest'to> ·one who r rnonaslic cornrnun 1tl· Any d " . This isn't intended to separate Lhe Dagoyan Masters from the rest of Bardottan society: instead. peeling paintings. Th is is the Frangawl tern~le. of rnedita· cells and spend their time in a constant state onks P:"· ~ A small lay staff that exists to support them food water and other supplies. Ci( ""l. n modern times. ~Ole we1~~nect1on with the . 1 They iv.ffs of Bardottas · mountains. serviced by gondolas and othersmallwatt: craft.'. business here.011flltt a 1d hars11 (0 ' ' B rloll.~~:: nlCI"\ runs Cll'J le'll{. HALSOUN MONASTERY Tucked away on a low. f. rooms 1~ d spra1"' 1ng con1plex of living quarters. decline n1onk is politely buL 1111111Y • 9'!~ ctJJYJ:. i~e are only a fe1v dozen ::i.Y. • to. an ancient fortress that has been c.~ :~ l~eir llfefe~s ~r 't 1ncJ1v1clu 11 who c:ntcrc. deep in its tunnels lies something far more sinister.If a visitor knows where to go.. It is the planers n a tr. n. A winding path ends at the maw of the cave. • J t 1l1e Ba•licllari Rovdl P(llace sits atop a massive stone spire.. . Its location 15 'de through Jn r" remote and only accessible at 101" ti landing p!Jt'OI . '. A select few masters..'11in primary colors. ard some or 1ls hallways and rooms are carved into the rock itself Ong1nally constructed from vvood-1t 1¥as a der:ionstrat1on of strength to 11aul its massive timbers up the cl " poof CJI rnngma t<. fior • .e a completely ascetic lifestyle.~.. another Bardottan.~ crerll/ The ancient port city of Jour-un has bee for thousands of years.drrg and merchants from across the galaxy ca:~ior 5Pace. I grants access to t he city. and the occasional discarded artifact. ltnough tlier ·~ti the island Visitors are . .f I stone stnrc 1i" •' The monastery itself is a beau ti u t out the •• .unat.. statue carved rrom dark stone a racon1c The stone statue is an avata f war dernon worshipped by the F~a~1 l\11afrnourral.on ror l)(. Most only know it as a senes of catacombs that has a mystical significance lost to time However. ·rhout spea' Halsoun monks may go months or years wi . rig astate in whrcfJ they ·. ""' . Rusted cages hang from th ·1· while rarnps lead cJown Lo the gaping maw of ed ce1in~. which Bardottans still consider an important site.· Jrd the Bal1k toy Council Chamber. ll is normally accessible only via a long. . A single landing plalform has been carved into the top of the spire. ~ gf. \~s:ers do ~ot f use therr c yp1cally enga€ .r'S w.k .and only twelve of the •: l. builders ha. Anyone lookin t 0 in black market trade will need to do so elsewheg engage re. The cave mouth opens into a complex labyrinth of natural tunnels that are exceedingly difficult to navigate without a guide or a map Occasional hints of the cave's original purpose dot its walls and floor: carved Frangawl symbols worri with age.. however..: ' • 10 g t eir Foree BARDOTTAN ROYAL PALACE WORLDS OF THE FORCE w..JIJS throur~h Malrnour r~ ~Ith n lhe fl I v111g rori c rorn from their bodies . t>. rocky island off the westemmostc' Bardotta's two southern continents. · but a narrow switchbargrdnre cI1 . Lhe physical iourney mirrors the spiritual journey a BardotLan must undergo to become a master. an ancient gawl practice lheir rituals th gawl cult Wiren lhc Fra11w1th rnagical energy This ~ta~u~~~~lh of the dragon crackles ouy angles downward to- ~OFPOWD. d1 oppl·rl 11110 the molten rock b. D i suPt'11e' 1fl · · rood allc .. and an intricate b our-un IGv · ureaucra sures lhat no illegal goods enter or leave th cy er city's peace and safety is maintained through t~ Planet TIJe and a large network of informers who help ferretcity guards . [)lfi should be leaders.ipp<~cJ rrorn (lee nnd .IOllS l>lll d llCS. or setting eyes on. .r11·~nce (f\ le! 0 . t .9S •. allowing offworld dignitaries to visit Lhe palace without the exerting climb Lo the top.. . · · ·ture . t.j11110 h rangaw1c 11 .. the cave eventually opens in. In response.>H\{. Owning a house on the water in Jour-un 1s cons1derea a major status symbol among Bardottans.. verted to accommodate Dagoyan monks. There are .. e out a~y legal act1v1ty qu1c Y and quietly. These masters retreat io tre Halsoun Monastery. an enormous complex devoted to the ancient relig10~ s <Jark praclices.. The Dagoyan tradition teaches that masters shou dr: separate themselves from the rest of society.:llfle Tne others spend the ~ a.1t has been expanded and remodeled several times over its thousand ·year lifespan.1 s lht calax~ ThO"C' J>Ul~lllllg cld~··nture ti)~ ('}.S '>t't" .o a vast cavern hewn from the spire.- DAGOYAN MASTE • ?51. d f caters to starsh1ps 1nstea o watercraft. The elected monarchs 0111clCJI r~s1dence occupies the top levels of a square stone to1ve1 U1al protrudes rrom the top of the spire.\ no natura1 e1' J sand causeway. e~u v ~~~ oerers1ve 2 SW -.llfl!.i· ~-. instead. Jour-un 1s built on an enormous natural harbor 1n . the port • .inyone \vho f..POINTS OF INTEREST d in< icnl fort•sts S \'lCL'Pll'lg n10J11tJtn rcJnge'i \vJ11n seas.. Th e c1'ty ·1s surrounded on all sides by the sheeanar-0\'. Trade is carefully regulated at~ founa dQ1.:ous Dagoyan mystic comrtll . The palace functions as both a political and a religious seat ol • rncut~ r: "'i .. J d. J r-. · kl . FRANGAWL CAVE This ancient Frangawl temple cave is nestled into the base of the same spire upon which the Bardottan Royal Palace was Par g conf/1cc as a s I.

Lelle In wl11(1l Lliuy arc worthy of the l1tlt "t\. 1/ <f. if a targel is h1l by this attack. {( ) I qul11n11·11 t : Wol~lri 1 t 'I' HAr 1•<. f>\((dlf 1I 11 1~r 1. Cducalion 5.rrr11-.J • r4 '.1ur)yan (._\/ a 3 rr (" '{ 1 BARDOTTAN PAlAC GUARD [MINION) ·~ '"' I I 1111 Ii 11 111>1111 IA 1 .rJr '~ (• '1U II I • • ' Irt { v..1gov.11 JI1P.1rcJ01 t.CJ irilfl< l r. Critical 3.. thrown spear (Ranged IL1ghll: Damage 6: Critica l 3. ~~c J')U .1111d'> 11111 ln111111ll1l1I" np 111 .1goynn '"'·' ·1' · nray rriakt d B11 1d fJOVI< r 1 l1<•c k Tl 1r.l1•d I llllJ' I I 111 J1111) Jlllld kP. JfJPJ•~rJ<. Vigilance 3. pl. r. J1Ill .. Cr11 l:>t.D 1tll fUh·rJ UI! .ft·11s1vr..111 ldll IY l1•t. chdractc1 rnay (~C:rld (.rJcJ tl'Jn 1u 'rr·n 1111g drl unr. lhe target suffers l 0 strain if he fails. rdoua's distnnl past. Dagoy{111 f\.e.1n tvl. a o / Darnagc 6. (). Wilt 111111• r f<lflP.<. In foct they will use tllc11 conneclton wiU1 the Force to avoid t \vhencvcr po::>sible viewing conflict as a sad arufact frorn B. <11111111111to1.ldov1'.r!LI llr1g !3ppcaranc.ik" i1pr1llU<111 rn<11c iJgr11nst tr r lJ.•ver ar1 dfl<•c l <'d tarr. 1 not typical ly engage in combal.c sLucly Dnd rncdila uon L)('IOl t' cll l lll'V111r.111ec· 1111e.Jr{:e1 LWtli>).. iltlt tlitl •Ill'. 11111 01 '. sl r:1111 . r~r tt e Ii IP...11s In 1111. 'i(!J II S~i ll ' I 1 II' 1('< tl I l>r '>ff( nl FRANGAWL CULTIST [RIVAL] t~e r!W'. 'J1g1lance ? Talents: r~one Abilities: None.. liul tll I ll 1111U ll ktll.i1~Pc1I. tnt:1r t ~ret c..1d111g \'t-111ous l)c1goya11 n1ysllc co1n1nun1ues.~•ih 1111''.4?.. lo 1111111ol. of fanta~uc c.1111ultt "' r 111111tl 11111\ t11111t11111 11 .3 o<~ ~fr. WORLDS OF THE FORCE NEXUS OF PCJW77 .1111111111 (1 l •\ 111 ll ll ltl!I llllllt lH '1t 1 ltlilll •llullll I It llfjl Ill It •nt t\' ll 11 'I• 11 rlll r 1111\ 'HHI I~ pl l~t· 1l1 ll'l 11111\ II\ 11'1 1111 1 1 t Ill II 11.1n c11l1011 J.rc:attJres In . r Jr..\ 11 111 '-'ll I~ udot1111'"1111111.111v c (11111·1n t1. () to clffE:cL Olli' i1ddltl<JllcJI tnrgel. l1l<Jdr·11. 11 \. Range IFngagedlJ.JY 111ak1>a Se11~t: pow1' 1 (t•erk a~ an actio nn l 11(' c naracter 1nc1y "ifJ<>11cl () 10 '>P 11 "'" ilflt hvine Lreatur e w1 tll1n 1iort ranee rJr Lhe t•rnul 1o11d I 5 srote of dllY ~ c.1rt' only cl lrw do1c11 Dagoyan Masters evl r\ Cl~llt'I 111011 Jnd only l welvc of l11e111 can s1l on the cou11c1I Cit nny 111nt> l l1l' at. Damage . rJll<l C t I. 21 Skllls: Coe rc1on 2. IVli lt•p Equ1pnlt•nt: I J.lf•c lt ol.fS' 1d1 rlllltr>S lt!•oup only) : Cul)!.':' e' 'JlPJl ro r11.n<•L fh(:'". f'Jh0' I/ I/I I I...11H l' 1~.. J <.AN 111•• Vvlhlhlt 11ul11111111 1111 1r 1111111 . Leader ~hip 2 Prrcept1on 2. 2 0 ~le nt' l\Jl 111 l\~1 dot a ''· I 1.. It musl make a Hard (. NotH tn11 t.hers spend their lirne Leaching and lec..ll 1111 OIH' I(H g p l WI lh I11 <:i llOrl I llllgP.11J11.lf't"> ~Pt'tll l yc ...Ill ion.1 Jri 1j 1 .H1{1 1wl t u111i:.h:ip1.f I h 11 1 Ur rJt r11 r..I<. llon.S .)crc on~. I~ 11 '11//I '. (M<'le1~.(Jr:KJrr•c rnasv-. plus I strain per {§} J a a Skills: (11'.111 •111 .tl ''':f' r (t•f. [Jrl'f '1f 1 r. I .:1n. 1111 ! t11t. 1·01< ti Pui-v r nt.1 s w<:rJt IJfge.i .r:. Range !Short]). lv1 '·''' Ill.11111 •IH• Ir 111 111tl l•ltllh fl 11111 11 \\/111 tlu t 1 111lirii1h rl 111 I tyt 1111 ll•ht.i-.11nae1· b.11 r . In fJ()~. ' · • th15 1ed frorn W0(1<I 111 1liP r.' 1..f11f1 1 1 rJ11c1 J1r.fay 111 Lhf• ·.:.e ((Jll . lt/lelP< f'l'rcPpllon l . ~brllties: I or<e PowP1 l~ l n<l [As a11 ac. •\\ lifU\ lit 111 l\ 1 l\'ulllll 11111p!1111I'1)1 11•.1)t LtJke5 . Cool/.c•n•. Cnucal .l<l':>IL' I " 1IH'lt' .1lly Jhc• r11" ?. l·orct• Rating '.I'· k.1 llste1s do 2 14 J[r '.. fe. l) iscipl 1nt' 3 .im1Led Ammo 1. u1e D1. . 2.. Talents: Advcr(ary I (l1pg1ndc• d1fflt ulty of all combat cl1ccks 1 ' '. (.ti\ 11 I 11 Ill' c.~n rl1f hr 11111 t. Viltf fl Jf tll t( k I 1r1 ( It ( f).£ r .sltrfl /\ L111y r11111<1111 v of f3.. !'1ng f'J' 12 Abihtil'.1 1•<1lu11 • w1t1 11n engaged rdnge As cin (. J lfJ(T1t. .r f'11r '~. ++l Resilience check.~.c !111 1 l)aooyd n Ma'>ter 111<. 1111 .lly . bag or sleeping powder (Ranged !Light]. '. •.•~H. these rnasY-s hrde thE! I 111l1 1.·. Equipm ent: Spear (Melee.t1. Sl1111 sc•t1111gJ DAGOYAN MASTER [NEMESIS] D. 111 f!r 1. Range [Short!.

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l 11 1 ~ s!1Jt1llci ~t:ir. They have only short range sensors and limited defense. The towns and settlements carry on and keep to themselves. the world \Vas home Lo almost five mrllron beings. The ren1aining residents fully supported the measure.curs \\'hen Atirell complete' ec' pc. By the lime tile fast Sith War ended. An alternative theory centers on a pO\AJerful vergence 1n the Force that existed before. provides atJout a lh1rd of the light that Aurell does. and evenn1<Jlly off\. Auratera was a ~var-torn ""reek.11ccecdcd. The power and mystery of the Acablas vergence invariably drew the interest of some of the most powerful Jed. but the planet's widespread hibrek tree forests and s11\1eeping green plains naturally drew rts share of colonists. almost no one 111 the outside galaxy knows of 1l.ter than <rv<•rdge row LIO" ttll. on page for more 1nformalron ao. Masters and Silh Lords dunng those eras. Jedi and other Force users have speculated L11al Lhe unusually bright skies have slrengthened Lhe light side of the Force on Auratera. or rariches. As such. R\ t'llt As Lill pldllt. ll11c rl1dnV In lhL iii. an lthonan Jedi I\1Clster Nareen Cale. there is no doubt that 1.t oncP lhey arrrv(' arid 1n<Jke:· run tac r with Ille loc. across the planet The forest quickly reclaimed the destroyed and abandoned to1vns and Slr clCtures In a bid to protect the vergence and the world from yet another Sith resurgence and from other dark side adherents. in turn strengthens the light side..within Lheir own systeni.. as rt became known. The inhabitants ad1usted to the low gravity and shorter than average days generations <1go anc.t1I 1nhauna t 11 ~.xlJS OP' POW R .000 beings R~er11 The rest of the llrne.. and Liley resolved lo keep the secret to hide it from Lhe resurgent Sitl1. 1gP 80 for The Acablas Ruins l WORLDS OF THE FORCE . Those individuals seem to have kept the secrel intact. only about I 00. ancient Auratera couldn't avoid l11e dra rnat1c power swings l11al s11\1ept through this region of the galaxy Sometrrnes the planet was conquered.e po111I s of rntere~. exporting foodstuffs and other products to the surrounding systems. is a site of focused Force energy so powerful LhaL only experts in the Force can enler the area safely.11e lrght side 1s stronger than normal on the h lS ri fac... unton!"'lOn . LIFE CARRIES ON Tho efforts lo conceal Aurater<J'S ex1sLence largely c. scattered 1n small co~"nc.11·s.. \Nhife no one t1as de· ft'.r po11·1cal 1n1erests Dunng the time of U1e Republtc. DISAPPEARING FROM THE CIVILIZED GALAXY Most c1uzens of Auratcra regarded the . v•h1ch.. See The Acablas Ruins. Al its height. Since ll1e Jedi Order was destroyed.hl *'i~llk ll) 11.1n1 "'"ll rn tonhgur u1or1 Th '>~ rrm 'l. orti . with no control of space.1• arl' cas1C'sl 10 locale otitt: lllt'Y k110\-v whctl lo look tor (St't' I 1.~ l)Ul . dr<r111ng aggresS1\C Force users who then sought to ahgn the planet with thc.. Access to the Acablas ver gence likely attracted the earliest settlers. Some speculate that the connecllon is indirect as the add1t1onal sunlight enables more plants to grow and anrmals to flourish.'lS l\\'O SlJIS. forestry operauons.. They periodically lose residents who ~vant to leave or travel the galaxy. p~s ng hetwr. the planet's ancient drscovery According to this account.' sh1rs l·&lll up •\ur ateras sky the maiority or ttic a:iie N1ghtt1rnL1 only truly o<.tr-r5 Jf'arr1 rnost of U1cc. and Lhe world successfully rernained hidden lrom the Ropub lie and the En1pire. but at other times Aurell lights the day and Ryern bncrtens the nrghL When at its closest point to Auratera.vorld altogether.. the vergence is virtually surrounded by ancient ruins of Jedi Te'llples and Sith buildings. but at 0U1e1 limes 1t srmply switched sides vvhen ne1N rulers dominated the sector.. if for nothing more than to protect friends and loved ones. the vergence drew a now long-forgotten Force user to the \vorld. they posit. Each successive ~var drove more res1ctenL'> awa /from the vergence.ibl<ls vergt•ric. overlaying the foundations of even older structures.-ergencc as I ttle more than a m>'SLerrous sour<. successfully altered the official vvilr reports to 1nd1cate that the planet was a total loss nnd 1vould be env1ronn1entall~ dangerous for centuries to come l his reinforced efforts to secretly reclassrfy the systcn1 as uninhabrted and undes11able rn official astronav1 gallon charts. the amount or light \urJll ra rl'CC'IVC' lrorn Rye11 depends on rlS proximity and !lleii co1rprirdlt\ <' or bits Somet1n1es the two stars are adja cerl 1n thl' sky. UI A lff I ti e For thousands of years.. most ot the set tiers and colonists ran farms. a'isurn111e Liley <a11 co11v111ce sor11f'IJody tu let Ik Io h l em ll1ey rrv1y also find a fev-1111i11or ncitt•s tn l11sto1K docll 111c11ls cind n11clc11l texls. Ry er. Unfortunately. rl1 lc•1c11cps to lhc F\ rt nrli.Ji.!! of trouble. resullrng in very bnghl days and \liarmer temperat•. having had enough violence The Jedi checkecl in on l11e vcrgencc penod1cally.t find standard gr avily Lo be a bothersome burden POINTS OF INTEREST p 111ay a~>oul t11r l:-ittr fJ1"'rar. lhr('P plrHl('L<. Only Ll1e Jedi Council and a rcw select research staff and individuals were aware or its existence. and probably \-vas U1e cause of. The Acablas vergence.. kll \ ll!Cl ltn1 ltd lllP. and occasionally secretly visited the disparate inhabited zones.. 11 1~ ttt{ 1C1rgr1 51 1r Aurt 11.'! Lively proved such a connecuon.A BRIGHT WORLD \'t(ltld of l)'IChl .

WORLDS OF THE FORCE ~oPPCMIJt .Ul<.csl acllve sell lernent lo tl1e Acablas Ruins..:dtl d platrorms It 1c.) IC p drlPI '!) rno· I ~.:.. with a popula ton of ol)oUL ~o.. ' .000 kilorneters away and 011 the olhcr side or Lhe Er keerc Ridge ll 1s a Lown or about 8.0 Hid It$ 11\ers to reacti restoration siles far ard '"''rir ll'O~s thl' region. tucked 1r ltl a 11' t'P c l1\ r l r t hf> c• l':>ter r coast of the large •nland ("' ~tc.llll1g Lill '.Y 111 1 1 l ' ' ' ' I '/ I . on a large island like plain rvr~~c..000 be 1ngs..rt1C? l1ltl1> 1111)1(' 111 .il (\l J 11 t lthor1a1's use boats and sk1mrners to tT. II lO ll 'i 11 lll.rt I l)l)l) \l' }!"') )ec• t'lert: arc <.ll I y. n1ost1y llumans and Twi'leks. Hriin sits on h1gl1 blulfs on Ll1e no1 Lh bank or L11e Hnin River.'\leen tile planet's noru1 and south poles.p'1t 1c ori the oppos1le side of U1e 1\lorld fron1 the ."fa h i\>e tort~ dl dll ll( ti Lhr I 11\ l ~ to rr'-lOI n. Devvbnght is in the southern he111•. u l11 f'i al<.inn~. r ll ll'rl 1 .bout d lt1lrd of l11u WD 'g 1ou.J lJy ll1r s1z 5tH rouncJing inland seas and Lr1eir t·vt rs I .. bul 11. Lhc tallest n1ounta111 111 the ndge.· ta'.. 1s sllll over -:S. but power is problernatic.h I J: f'Cl(I l l r l' 1he 1111011an~ on t\ur Jtt. I <1rn111{•. I dll J ew ~ 1' • .1Jva11(1•(J r. C'll rour.~ r..I ~ llclllBcH'i lor S"IVI( 111g <1ld l11•1nt1t1•r< IJ' t>d .it 1nd din t. rorm1ng an unbroken line bel.lf I c. 1 11 • · 1/ rna11 re:. as t11e town's old. dhOYl' tll(' sur fcic_e of tlil w1)rld vr PIL -. 1agged rnounta1ns creaLl' a pronle similar to the ragged teetll or a 1>r1n11t1ve hovv sa\\' Its most prominent tealure is Oran's Petik..ll I •ll•r'" l >lie.r> Wll<' Off.DEWBRIGHT DC'\\ll)11eht •'• ln lltivr r• '"iorn r ited ( il-.r T1'1'.1 Covc1 nc. ~vater-driven generators arc exlrcrnely temperan1ental. The tall. \o\ •1 Ir t11r ast \\ lr \\JS JI u. It 11as no sLarport.Hf>l)fl. 1nd dflt'll'' to nt 11lr ~1 1 1e In keeping \\ti ILl'Ofl<lll Lr lllll Ill [1(\\lbr1ghl<• €al Jf. l)IJ y 1-111•ly ror V·'.. dlld c0mpou11d~ are scaucred ll1rou t I tl11• r1•c1011 Str oloro 111~~ ~.. standing llalf again Lile ltc1gl1L ol rls lou1 closest neighbors Tl1e ndge and Dr an 's Peak a1e v1s1 ble 1rom L11e Ac abias Rtuns. lhce11Jl1r~lrorr1ttl'•A1i111la f>u111~ ltt.r for 1 rf" I l·r ellCJ 1~ 11 .t Jll ro•lu\\1n 1•1e ~1\h \\ Jrc. IL is lo Col£ 1 rrght or L11e equator. and once pli1Yl'cl a part 111 Sith sorcery r 1tuals at un1es vvllen the vergf"•nce WrtS allgnccl w1t11 the dark side RllN l·l111n is U1e cloi:.. .ooo l1urnans and Duros.\c blab Ruins ERKEERE RIDGE Ef'k<'C're R1<Jgc ·s a 1llln meandenng mountain range that S.L. wl11ch is a source oi lood as \"!ell as 1"later and Lransport Basic heall11 and maintenance services are available. An elected chancello1 over'>ees 1he Lown and ts services.l r. but 1t does have landing pads for airspeeders..3\rl tile .round . ( '1111 n111ric ldllr 1111 • J )IJ!)I• )/•J (• 11c1J at dCld1u011 "' PO\AJf 1 i·c.f>hts Auratcra's la1 gest conuncnl.:vrlc·(J bv ll (1'. SENOLORO Sr-r J!Oro 1s Aur atcr a's largest city.

. P..cks to trarr• Aurateran reenee twice). and brown. Stealth 2. Knockdown) .". If the skysnare cannot move its target to engage it.:.urarera The inhabitants still use domestir:a~ed ree'iee. \ c l rn~ I . Talents: Draw Closer (the skysnare may take a Draw Closer action.rial reenee \•. o<'S!'oots o• recogn zab e dolT'est cated animals -~ tr~ ti"e anaen: co:o"' s.1? 15 J• 2 10 Skills: Brawl genett:a 1 eqg ~eereo cunng the Rep.THE SQUARE SEA • :> ..iirs l'l s e • .. the combat check automatically misses).. even while 11y1ng and nav1gat1ng al high speed Skysnares are found mainly 1n Auratera's mountain 1 anges..\c..r JI' I of che.. 1t uses the Force to pull rts target into the air.s HO\\e er the Imported : "'3Ve ons s nee aoar:ed t.. Dam· ' 1Lrca '1..u-g-1. It stands ore to one and a 1-a F ne:ers ta! The beast's strong thick neck ends in a ~vide.>r't'tt ~ \ ~ • <l <:" ~ " lt J Ru s l '1e •t .. Critical 3: Range !Engaged!.. Equipment: Hooked beak {Brawl.... to the combat check.:: i'le . jc:'Tled head encircled b 1 a half-dozen eyes. talons (Brawl.e pr mary \\Orl<1ng beasts . tr. Silhout e ?.d1l (Brawl. Critical 5: ti. and its meter. green. Abilities: 8e~st of Burden 4 (Aurateran reenee add 4 to 'l'\e r enc Jr~t>rance thref>hold}. but is perfectly serv ~be on J. the most fnghtenlng as· pect of the skysnares that live near the ruins is their limited Force ability A skysnare can sense living creatures and potential prey 1vh1le flying several hundred meters above the ground Ho1\lever instead of simply diving and grabbing its prey. Talents: r~one. Damage 5: Critical 4. It : gr. Ensnare 3). ' "' pe SKYSNARE (RIVAL] lilt: b. It may also spend () to add ':(:[. The skysnare may spend () before resolving the success or failure of the check to move the target one range band closer to the skysnare (including from short to engaged). t'1e·r o~vners when colonists abanOO"Ed tile planet during the arcient wars. Coordination 1. t~Jo <Jt Hie top or rts head ancl l\vo on the botton1 Th s al 01·1s tne skysnare to constantly s1 r e\ the ground. Jlo"g '~Ith its long.. which .JS: soeaes to serve as a pack a('t rria Tne reenee 1s a ro.• J la<Jd DD to rider's survival checks •e. Range !Engaged!. terd to be ta ter ano thinner t"ar the..J • • s ) • t - l t .. ::ib " ~.d t. AURATERAN REENEE [RIVAL] :J-ateran '"eenee ..:nc". orlo's IO\'ler grav -.t" :ere ~ ·o~meri~ Cik)'>!lcl'l' 1c. r. v.Xferare-weignt fur " shades of gray. Damage 4. r'lcJJn."f r"f Aurateran reenee 1s coiiftgured for low gravity with '.e ll .tS normal ha f-Meter coil out to three meters. rra nc:d ~AotJr. a•e stark ~vh1le The crca lure has fou1 deep blue eyc5. it is highly skilled at sneaking up on its prey unnoticed before yanking it into the arr. nterstellar ~ ~ ~s_ a"a the\ have sma !er eyes :o compensa e for the 3-_ • t. tl\ ho\~ or CREATURES AND HALLENGE vs a" :'!la ·e encompasses nauve creatJres supple· ~·ec ...:~ ~~ngagedl. I a a Coordination 1.. . ou· mass ·e v d herds run free in some of the .in cr&uturc w1U1 a w1ngSpdr1 of up to luu• rn le 'S lac.vhere it catches tl wrth its talons Given the creature's natural stealth and camouflage while flying.ange !Engaged!: D!sorierL 2. \. Abilities: Flyer (skysnares can fly. Vigilance 2... Domesticable 2 (downgrade 1 . blue 1vh te plumage gives 1l natu di l 1moull 1g<' dnd \'vnltr fciat~ers actorn the leading edges of ll~ 1v1ngs It<> rou1 11m1>~ end ...e>' tti.l'lat 'S no\'/ a .. \I \t st1.nare I • Knockdowr J l.3 btir t Jnd exa. / . 4 Skills: Athletics I • Brawl '.r..fegged beast \'< th clawed <eet able to grasp rocks.s one of •.:er 1n we gh· than mar. making a Brawl combat check against one silhouette l (or smaller) target within medium range and adding O O to the check. <JI uer av1. Enc. including on the Erkeere Ridge. hooked bectk. Pierce 3). see page 208 in the Force and Destiny Core Rulebook} Silhouette 2.: . motlle:d.n powerful talons..a·ger grassy pfa1rs SJch herds formed from the thousands o' reenee left ber "d b.:i11g snou: rs prehers1le Its ra11 can extend in whip-like fash"l from . vn or P irol eran rl?enc•e) ~ 0 •Pment: Prerens1le sn<JUl (Brawl Damage 2. e:u est ~··~ \ \..ib' c TOf"' and other footholds. Resilience 2.. The or g. bul a srnall floe K also lives near the Acablas Ruins. Asrde from their enormous size. Perception 2.sea b) ocal nhab1tan'5. of its cousins.1·1e5 "~ o .

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cir P1110111<:'>. ~nt1t nt SPE'(1~ make • 'l'I t e pas ib 1!\ of a th rd existing . I hu vole<! 11 r lC' AIPr-na Wllh r.i<. which prevents the two wo1 Ids 1ron1 1neet111g._ upat1on remains above or below ground today.al1lko act as represen· . <1 <.1rl' ol 1ts ex1~te11cc. 1v1t11 nro'>l l1t>llC'v111g Lll. Since the Underworld is a cornplex of cave1 ns th. ". How the atmospheres re~a in_ e~ ti rely separate on a planet known to be seismically active 1s 1ust one of the questions that Republic and. . wt1os<' < )11<>1d1Jl1Ps111 ot '' Of hr 1r..RY AND CULTURE -. still reverently spoken of by both peoples.idv1<. entire population of a village or . long befr.t•c Points of Interest.. with as many casualties attributable to the intermixing or the dual atmospheres as to blasters and blades."•es lh<> Al1~1·11ci k1 11 g r111•: ldtfl':ly cerernon 1al post is tJ ~ 11 t hel<J by a dlst1ncu1slled prre~L.used on family and fa 1th following a cataclysmic \'Var. plantlike K1ndalo of the Underworld also maintain little or no contact vv1th wider ga lact. The battles that raged on and below the surf~ ce decimated both populations. however. ll supports a complex ecosystem completely separate from that of the planetary surface.r n• r 10 a raulL the Aler~ na live 1n close-knit family groups.<1ry body. -ti• "I r I Jt r ore (Jrgan11ecJ into larger kinship clades known 0 > 1. n·1ost representae sea ed rept I.1t1np a1 rollg1ous c.r.ict 1vilh the K1ndalo thaL 1nclircctly 'ed to t11eir ancestors' ernbrac111g a species encountered by travelers r J"'Cestry ~o Aleer lvl nor This Inner Rim world was ~ 1 l'le A.n spre<Jd~ t l1roughout t11e upper er usl of the enl11e plc1net. Alecna $(•(tlcn1cn1s tend to be small.rll·c.c society D\velling 1n caverns produced by the growth of lhe arbozo1c trees' gigantic root systems (it has been es umated that as much as lwo-th1rds of the mass of a typical arbozorc specimen 1s contained in its roots)... the b10Juminescent.. THE GREAT SEAL At some point in the distant past.11 IL i•. 'l~ metropo.c..cl1oli1rs .if phys1c~f culture that do exist prove the Aleena 'f ' ' i-''O'>~c. to the point or havirig an atmosphere substantially different from that 1n which the Aleena thrive.i~··~J:> rr11gttt c01ripric. skeletal K1ndalo are obsessed with their own privacy Prac· lltioners of a forrn of government unknown elsewhere 1n 'he galaxy. hyperlane scouts from Duros discovered (or perhaps 'ed >eovered) the planet and its peoples. the different atmospheres are mutually toxic to the two species.C1en1zens or the surface of .t><f or a sophisticated and ancient way of life. ~ tn their few v1s1tors.. RELIGION AND GOVERNMENT . s 1 ti u ae'\"1or1d l HISTO. are ~ ro.trng .leena during one of their long-ago expan· ~ DP"odS when they embraced high Lechnolog1es and o the ' dtterillon out\vard "").i\leen proper. . redt Seal llilS llOt!ll d SOll ll (' ol ! llUC~l 'l->Ctllllllil>ll <11nong lhc· le\'>/ gc1lc1t l 1c -.. l 1 IL 1s a no1n1 or pride for most Aleena rhat tncy arc v1cll a\vare lhat thesr so called ·pr1n11uvc· hrestvle 1~ u m. THE UNDERWORLD For their part. r. 1hal war 1s main y remembered through oral histories ·nd the complex pictograms that adorn the pediments of the towering stone statues that surround most Aleena settlerrents It was waged between the Aleena and the subterranean K•ndalo 1n the early days of the Republic. the ultimate result h<is not A compact.a~ ~~ Ac. low tect1 fife st~ le 1n keeping with their spiritual beliefs.1r1er of cro1ce clnd relrg1ous faith E'ien 1\ leena young) ngs CcHI rer.Qttu l t .. but 1-vhat is knovvn suggests that at least the Ar•i::na and possibly the K1ndalo.akatan Infinite Empire. ":oo111Pho1v 11nb11ecl \Vltll the Force WORLDS OF THE FORCE N IQISOF~ . have . In fact. dlJQn Vlo r ari <'·II 111our1 tl·d t <JUr 1ers This body elects ~' 10 c1rJ:. though liltle evidence of any such . Aleen's past..iti.1wc. but also has led poli tica l theorists and xenologists Lo speculate that the total number or Kindalo must be quite small.on to conflne themselves to a low-technology llfe ~ foe.. The Underworld. where the Kindalo dwell. This insistence on absolute consensus not only results in very few actions being taken by the notional K1ndalo government. While the reasons for this ancient conflict have been forgotten.1s of Coruscant.('• n a ptll11i>Wry . 1s surprisingly large.WORLD IN A • 0 PARTS nl\' €t optiv~1c a' but also l 1 t n-.1tc the details of the comri.. the Aleena and the Kindalo clashed in a devastating war that savv the deployment of ter rible technological to I vc across the \\'Ider galaxy.' i:!"<'at C.H. lhe Kindalo take no action at the societal level unless every single K1ndalo agrees.13 LhP.e las· fmv m llenn1a 1n self-imposed seclusion from 0 • ~of the galaxy They are alwavs welcom ng and gener... the to\vering. a single '. . till• t•tlrt icy or 1l1e c. and 1t took physic<JI forrn 1n ttie Grea t Seal.1 n11 ·n1tiur ~ or ca( ti r. c . ho~vever. ~ as d stant from the Core as Tatooine to lhe . page r)/.111· uf lworld v1s1LcJ1S nnd 1na1rlln111111g ll1t! -. was forged The aim of this covenant was to forever scp0 rate the Aleena and Kindalo. The human-centric • holarsh1p of the Empire has expended little effort on prob~.e I I . Imperial planetologists have raised about Aleen . which keeps in com· rn Jr. were client species of the P. but mindful at the societal level ·~· t e1r distant ancestors undertook a carefully del1ber ~:£a dec1s.


8 . Knowledge llore). However. Skills: BraNat u~al Brawler (once per session may reroll any Talents: . Vigilance 2. Somet imes these repairs are so extensive as to constitute practical replacements of entire statues. 7 wl 3 Resilience 2. this is a simple matter of keeping a passageway clear of debris or driving off native fauna that seek to make their dens there. as in the wake of one of the not-infrequent groundquakes that plague lhe planet. 1 or Melee check).hc galn1y ~llhough 1nany wanderers leave behind friends and family. WORLDS OF Tt4E FORCE fC)OJS Of! FOdJt . Survival.vander the stony wil1n groups of !Ike-minded rndivrduals to 1 4 15 0 Skills (group only): Coordination. In these cases. or g d more than one maneuver moving derous (can never spen on: In addition Lo their travels. these groups of wanderers often maintain lhe colossal statues built by earlier genera tions. the Aleena communit ies showcase their knowledge of engineering and masonry. Usually. fol lowing the directions of the travelers in righting fallen statues and repairing damaged features. Ab1ht1es. Abilities: Silhouette 0 Equipment: Robes. ll ls not In the na ture or the gregarious Aleena to cut thern s~lvcs off from family permanently The wanderers usually circle back Lo home and heart~1 at least once every year or two to check on the health and happiness of their clan members. Damage 9: Critical E uipment: Massive woo ) 4.• th( naLural worlcl and discuss their species' place In t. and enjoy a few days 1Nith a roor over their heads. on occasion. Knockdown . Fi ~ting in low-light conditions or darkness). tv1ed1c1ne. They use Lhe isolation to nbscrvf. It was these rare instances that disproved earl ier theories. dy fists (Brawl. traveling pack. Talents: None. per turn). :a~ Ni htvision (suffer no penalties when moving. bless any newborn children. usually drawing on t he resources of nearby communities. .qRange [Engaged!: Concussive I. that slated the Aleena could not have been responsible for bui lding the monuments in the first place. Charm. Mechanics. held by offworld xenologists. P~n­ hunting. groups of Aleena must band together to effect larger repai rs.~ernesses between lhe Widely separatecJ Aleena romrnur11 l ies and ho1ncsLcads. \llAH VAi /If ALEENA WANDERER [MINION] mbark on quasi-spiritual The deeply spiritual Aleena _ofte~h:m traveling from village iourneys ivhen the mood strrkes II 'elderly Aleena gather til village across Aleen. ~he~~ usua Y .


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did not anticipate the sudden collapse of the Republic and the Jedi Order. many feel it 1s a gift that they must use lo tic ip ottlcr~ lktotcnt who follovJ this path sometimes become ScC'fS..ours1.' v1!'.r u·.fHE IF UTURE IN MOTION 1 1 rt • r tt• c1v11 1cc:1 gala "Y a cul tr ire <leveloped >rnmon 1nt>Orn ablltly lo ~.1 t)t{'. i:illd good 11i111e'> Io llJdl th<'ll . IJ ur . cun ously. lruly skilled lktotch1 regularly 101ned the Jedi Order r. c. Suell <l1H 1r ult 11 1 I · . with requests to sec or somehow determine their fu t JuJ Bus1n1>55 leaders.. they arc wary or others who seek them 1 ~t. and es pec1ally upon the declaration of the Empire. rr11P.. However.. their precognitive abilities can land them good jobs 1n areas where they are a natural advantage.111y 1riore come to lktotch seeking advice Some have 11 cir1 1 ·J to IPss lriendly rnPlhods. s11ch rnclhods arc often l1islory anu arc fh1 111 ·w o I J 11.hl slinply foresee 111e atlernptcd subterfuge ir l •. CULtURAL CAUTION AND RESTRAINT others and the extent to which other species distrust their motives..'(: ~rep<. 1 1 ' (11Cl' 1'. Those of greater abil1Ly rn1'1t'L no11c1• ttlc los!.1b11it u I r111• I y lo [Q!f••. lo lorre talented lkt0Lch1 Lo foresee sign1fi · "it ·v1•111•.ee vision~.1onc. Recruiters for dangerous jobs and positions often favor lktotchi. with incredible reaction times compared to most species. The lktotchi were less surprised when the Empire opted to blockade their world rather than risk much contact bet~veen Imperial personnel and the world's inhabitants. While they may use them lo avoid ric. A few have sLarted to seek out Rebels and olt1cr Imperial opponents. Of c. v a lhre. loss ol a naltJral power or supporting instinct discour .t 1n rcc. figuring their abilities provide them with increased personal safety.Jn opport. though most. sensing tllcit anolt1er change in Lhe galaxy might be forLhcon11ng 111 the next tew years or decades lklotchi away frorn lktotcti arc not prohib 1ted fro1n !raveling within the Ln1p11e bul ll1ey tend to <.i vrv1rt (Jcmon'>tration of the lktotch1's power r 1rrotc111 forc5aw nol rJrily the Firrivol of lhe Republic.orne dcgr(:c. The same dark side effects that hindered the Jedi likely did the same to the lktotchi. Since not all events occur exactly as they do in a vision.Jn1ly. l<J <./r·r the m1llcrnia l he Jcdt were also fascinated by the abll lly of most nl tt1c· species to engage with the Force Lo at lr•ast <. Their visions revealed the terrible treatment they and much of the galaxy would receive under the new Emperor.ig1J<J mnny lktotchi rrom leaving their world for long periods 11( t rnc Tho\.1vP l<J off wCJrldcr'>.edgc 1~to1ch1 do nol all h.. Some lk toLchi rnake excellent pilots.1vo1d 11 or 1urn 11 Lo their acJvantagc.l<Jrl(J lhP lhrc•.pt• y UI Cit l'. Such attitudes came to the fore when lktotchi began re turning to their homeworld during the Clone Wars. lfi.ble. anet were equally puzzled by the rapid cllrn1n1sh1nent of their conneclion to the Force after leaving uv·1r ho1ncwo1 lcJ Tt11~. ancl 11iou~l1tf11I <..f.11e ol llnpe11al s< 1ut1ny. •ff rJ rn. rt was or . ( 'le arict .:incl tal rr. . such as kidnapping or tio <1ec laking.. most would rather not risk the danger. or power. 1llW< 1y'. lktotchi tend to avoid a job completely when they detect future trouble. whi le Lh 1s might work for a while.ih1lltll"i pOSl) lo lh.. These attitudes provide another deterrent to lktotchi engagement in the galaxy. 1 I llttt ~J1ow. '' ltJY<. t1onorccl 1n<J1v1<l11als who are called to help others de lC'm1ne the best course of acllon by which to arnve al a ticncflc1al fu1 ure lhP Jc<h nrways t1ad an 1nlcresL rn the lktotch1 and their Seer(. Yet.· WORLDS OF THE FORCE . and ho~v lo take advantag(' of T .elv1ng anrt lnterprctrng v1s1ons through the Force lvlcn. s1Jrpnsc 1 1 t~ 1 c Rt>ptilillc syrnhol car 1~() into a mountains1cJe wa~.ivc Lre sarr1c lcvr!ls of skill .. 11rnvc uohrd<Jcn an<J are not under the control of Lhc rec plcnt Of tho5e v1ho do have the power Lo call and focu~ their v1s1onr.e of lesser ability round their trips away from l~cir plcir1ct to be less disturbing.r~orial 1ro1.. of the fu J . 011 111l' 110111011.( 11 h1•1n13•: irJVOfC1lilu 01 11nlnvor' 1l 1lc· I(! ''•'n1 t'• I q 11111· ". be<•n parl of lklol. IVlost lklotch1 also rind it a safer option. but they were often able to karn lecl1n1qucs to overcorne the problem Ihe lktolchi are well aware of the attention and distrust 'ht•1r powers can bring.s f111. rn 1'111 Litt) lktotcl11.!rCl~v ra1 rnorr tilc111 Lhci1 ltlir s11. For lhc earliest ~l 1 t c uls v~no rJrnvcd al lkto1. vi 111•. but 1hu1r O\'ln part 1n t. entrepreneurs. government officials.

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. add t) t) to the 1. Ri1ngt: llngc1gcdJ \ 1( 1ous I).::[a'1 'IOO e As ~varnors. \i1gila'1ce 3 Talents: Body Guard 2 {may perform a Bod)' Guard 'Tlaneuver once per round to protect one engaged al ~ St.en.. 11~st r.. " . Range [Long]. the Jedi Order. urtleS c1nd currently >•l<ii upon a t0\'1L r sllc:1ped llKe an cerorit pointed nav.arks or computers contain ng llvperspace data In front or tl1fl tower 1s r"lonurnent 10 lost nav1g(lto1s. Disc phne 3.ir9 a-:ross •rre 0 gala. binders. Ranged (Heavy) 2. leather iacli.se11t1a if one g. all combat checks targeting ally until the start of tne Tetan Guard's next turn are upgraded t\vice J.etan eh~e 5 12 1 1 Skills: Bra\'. - Iron Citadel was once home to the crovvn of Keros Major It \\as thought impenetrable.less v-1hen defend "g Jieir eaders" p and as investigators they are nreless a~ see:-J1g J~s: ce for those \Vho threaten the secunty o~ the .. Coercion ( + 1 soak) con1l1nk.. 0 hloocl 1ne Others bl?I e trir· P.'fO(' gu1l(lilOLl'ie S ~1n ti'1C IPlll lcti'Jll mnnt.1on ffiflll(' rrom 10 . Equipme.('V 1101 1 ('1 .plke<i "-nuL"-le glo\'es (Bra\\ I. comlink MINING GUILD ENFORCER [RIVAL] Th~ tvllning Guild is one of the single most pO\\'erfLll organizations on Empress Teta.d clo11ht 1t ever ex s·ed a• a CREATURES AND CHALLENGES Empress Tela 1s ec. Abilities: None. ceremonial aimor (+ 2 soak. Damage 9: Cnt1cal 3... Da111age 5. t.e palace and the ruling family.(1 ns clock . The guards are responsible for the secu. the Mandalonans and the Sith Only the Krath were able to take the c~tadel · and only thanks to betrayal from within.s1ve stone palace named for its iron battlements.:y of tr.. cxuntl \\IOorJs 111£> rn.a e· LEGENDARY SITES l\lany Tetans take. \Vhile it L1ses subt•e po itical rnaneuvenngs 1n the rarified halls of the planets gove··nm t on the streets it enforces its authority \\·th to•'-'a• oh no· l\'IOUa · . they are fea. Stun setting). Coercion 2. .. 11 spurring fruitless expeditions for ancient battleg"ounds and relics from a lost age of heroes. through tl1c radial on ol thc> Deen Core. -s 'Je Err press TC't.inS!On ha<. and endless !'it.crful con1ms cqu1nmcnt capahlr or pl1nrnrr10 1n1> .s Th e tower c:onl.... Deception 01 \: ~cotin t1on ct1eck. Guild 1nc111bersh1p • WORLDS OF THE FORC£ lllEXUS OF POWER . IRON CITADEL ~ mas. r:. where a large block of twisted iron rests as a monument to legendary days.JI 3. a n1ass1\ <. Rar. the ". Cnti c. A small mi· nority claim the citadel is beneath the spires of the Royal District.f'er 2 strain.n t: Ceremonial blaster rifle (Ranged (Heav~ t. the Oel· Droma Epics as their system's lit· e:-a\ 1~·story.<y. alchough some are un que co the p . Gliild Enforcer makes a 5Uccessful Charm.' ..·s • who can be as brutal as any mobster 4 11 a a Skills: Brawl 2. having repelled invasions and infi tratrons by the Republic. Street\\ ise ) \'1o 1• lance 1 · • b Talents: Loom (\i\lt1en an all) engaged \Vlth the l\hn 'lt.•rJjed the 3dc while rf... Discipline 1... oe-.1ng rt:c> cyscerr fro~ t e Kra . Cool 3.hec.~pur. To a esser exte"[.. h">\S po1.k) '" Abilities: None Equipment: t. still visited by remnants of the Krath within the royal FCINNll TETAN GUARD [RIVAL] The Tetan monarchy trains the mosc Joya and ca?aC ~ members of its system defense force for a spo~ on the Teta~ Guard.> carbon te staLlie oi 3 the ancient unna·ncd ratnnrr ll ol 1he Coruscant1 family th al ~gedl\ hlazed the Koros lr11nk Line on a generation ship. l>een mnvecl t. The Krath used it a~ a command center from which they directed their crusade to wipe out the Jedi The locals believe the Iron Citadel once stood 1n the center of the modern Royal Palace.geo (Light) 2. trey pro·ect the entire royal bloodline a1d tha~ of a"~ -.g itor•s cornpai.ga11•1r u!'Dan spra-1 'Jlost of the crei:ltures encoun~ered nere are also fo.. + I defense)..

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.:'/er t:llSlcd W ollJ .....)l wurc: onr:e ri·ntral to I he . 1nforrn.t. PEOPLE AND CULTURE Tht± 1 1 <tL-'O ~(J O~!:.(51'lhcr UJ r.f a rJ11v~~tatecJ ruin pla~i..31'1 a ·slr vp • HISTORY f' .. ror f.:IC:'.rld'-: '!YO' 1Ja1... rJ1t". read1~g areas.. 'T r.r.LLfr Wfl<r1tr1!~ .~.a th<: plan r appro1lmc1te y lo ir . i. (!. IS!l) • frorn LI•11•.aclytrn ~flr1 v1t:re nnly iole LC> '.iSI.:ir r1a .: SJS for ur 1Jr: OPDOrt.:at thr: r~1ec. ttio (J<~I Drr.. .-1aste1a"d Oss. <." aGtJ.e!ore c:.l 'f. l<Jr.Jedi OrrJr.!j•P rcr '' 1Jai.h1val rollcct1ons. l'~ w·is r ftt1· . -:' ha>':• frrJ·r...·se EO t . llJ le:~end. ve(} rie Cror Suoern<.and .1..rnr)na.a ...g I'£.:ts..<> . tJJra cen·er f· .J<:dl Or<Jer 1he'.• I ft Ill ' ( <• l/t ~ lt.1royr·.>-V<.i•er 111 respc. r1.r1r. () 1 f.n .. an<l tl1ey even describe some areas in dc:ta1I Whtie counlless old maps and floorplans cir culalc . v1irlr:.. rJ<1:C:~ d'·•.a•fi to ()w~ r.:nt an ef ·e Wf'I r... r1f Y! r1r P':rtr. \•lh c::h Ult 1 rn::i1e a near rnandat< r I fll ff ..rnc.1 ion DI' p c 11 ! "' cgc·d MODERN HISTORY rantfrr'ip ..<..le.1rt1y I 11•.JJS .OF KNOWLEDGE 0 t ' t ( • r "'\j " fd . rJE:w •:> r' . Ill!: t.itiCJns Y1ilh spires of solid 1ri .a ..on artist named Skavak •..Jr'laf':...:er> 3•.. rrl{Y.1on The Jrrl hcid f..picc-. v1r.:.. The tnbes stiff h·te nr.r.n:sge te .l 1rnporu.D{l'P .a • I '>:1· l1avc lone br.. tr cHISl11(Cd ()II{ 'rJl ilOf'ltt'd l111d Sll kr >l t hu o1ost L1casurcd anrl <liJn~er i11u1t 11.>opu1a L1or q1itr l'I / r11r!<J r..1. and If they SIJll Cl.rtc 1l ro lh'· Jedi Tcmplr· . .JS . I ? <JO:> 1 c. uf Lhe ige IJ(J(I r~(~'" to CHAMBER OF ANTIQUITIES wllert' f'v1 1stcr Odo111 Urrj (I 1l>Pr ol Ant1q1JIll.or.. Trie . hr~rn Their '....l ttrc.r P.. many trace back to a long de... 11.rr. wr. black market. r...t''J LcP.r 1r1e li"f: 1as•.rna i:. at fe'll Jf:rJ• S. • .1ion Y.cnr1e<i r 1 havoc 1n de1.p<.. f rr ':-:11: Cot. 'll'r 11~ •re nor hr.r1vt. '~< Tr. .. •'l?S At:r . tt11..cJ w11t1111•s. h''real lhlnkerc. bf. P.r I r '' JU ...(..ncr11n ac.. rn f!J searrr. Jedr of that era Jed opera r-. Lr:'.a~.d 1 LOST PARADISE 1rr1pc1rt.e gone '> (.d rP.' 3'" .a1 • e<.r l1l"ll of the Force YSANNA /VJ.:maf! ..'.. beOJrne tne •rioal Ys.: r.f}ff!at nurnb<:r nine o itftt'J() IS drt 'acts fl. .<JrtJ. storm sheprterds..3gir. POINTS OF INTEREST h•'p O:..' rd CJ<·<. Perlr:m .ra n :nde.. ri frrict1c>r1 <Jf Lt1r· pnr !.c1c ~1rds 1r1 the ~~I ~u:.s. a l)'. othe· 'A.un' es t<J pct od.'lf:tal HALL OF KNOWLEDGE 1he• 1fall or Knowfe>dgc was the rna1n µubflc area or Lhe C1cc1t J • JI I ft rar y rh(· hundfnds of thousands of da1.:en f(J!..nrJ by hghl t: •"II 11.plc r.1oc.3 l'a.e• . mll r. >i-JJCJ c onl<un ancient star charts Jedi tc-...1101> .(: ol th<· Or 1 t>rornti E. ffi?:' f • years t. farrf11flfl thr~ n1tro~(:n rich <:01 of the /alleys near che Eocho lv1011nlhin•.is h::i1J bewrr·•· 0.ldlrn t~' r ''1:l 'HJC1f•r.e: rr.. ~:<1· hlstori<"• for thoui:. therr ancestors vnce took shelter w1ch1n. i-e ·..harr1ars. 1Jr:f1nr~r1 the For(r.ir11 rchc' m."" # F .cai..cJ c.fn <ire t::i:rJ to ti.r1flr·r.ey (JO so as 1uirt5..ands ol worlds. ") f' •Ot'j·c 1:il/y lh{.r perce11tage of Force us· r:rs .Y.-1•1(r ot CY.sus is al tJ(..t. o' AJir rQQpr:rl') 1i.g b-=>.111<1 I . clll(l phllosopl11c ti ti ·. GREAT JEDI LIBRARY install...'> arlJldr •• ·r ... . lrHI UJlfl(I JrJCIC'tll tJI llfrl( tc.:... 1tcs<>d 3 s~ r>:...: a:> a 'l>t' or atl3v1srir m.l. classrooms.. o$ a Se~ra t d SC'J: r-ry ll'C fA?.roun(..<. ' 1n1 "'(j r11:.. and housing. f0· !I. The legends mention arc..<J <nr• u. ..n Tra1e P. .roup tA nf:ar-r1umans v11tr a h a. 1 APr 't')oQ.f.:. (.'.ir~ A!.s nali•. • ·fl uated ~base ..orn ng c.'1n<l yr"' .~' {)( "'I ~(j .

here . 1 l\ las. vas :he oer of Ham~m 1' the i\ ion t ~ a 11eD\0 ·k of subl"'lerged tunnels.aus 1te1ns 1n the enli1 e hbrarv T1\'0 levels belo1v ground..-tt... ~ • .a.e ~nsi:a"' 11ad offices near the surface but he spent n-1\ s 01 s . the r....••ater endea\ ors.. The aquattc Je.anae alleged!~ 1 JEDI PRAXEUM Created to house Jedi p:'g:ims to the E~e of r\S -r~ Ossus Jedi Praxeum becan1e a soJrce of "1-0\\ ~~ • ' s1sta1 ice for those Jedi d.estern Eocho l\iounta1ns The mountains \\ere riddled \\ tr Cl"\'Sta ca\ es a1d one OE. o a a~ e o· the Jec1 The tor \\'aS \\'here . oemova~ ~~ Tne 0ss1 1s P· a\'.... 1an1ber. protected \Vtth.:en~: Cl:C' ' • r The Peace le\ el.!" and other artifacts . t:. .. 1nspi ration 101 the t-..e'e"a1rg the oppresse\l: ' lhe Rim For a t. of lar~ 0 s. '1e n10Si. t.. The second chamber was a small praxeum \'here aquatic Padal'.I species."-J' )'.. ~n i.:.·~ns could train comfortabl~ Finall\ there \vas l\1aster ..hnn1be1 1\aS a l<ll)~ nnth of roo1ns and vaults dl's1gned to protect its \'Jluablc contents \ 1s1tors .ah -~ to the Eye of Ashlanae a PO\\er-\. Lreeli"e ~el. Knossa Su port. ''as . d:o Jrrarc c ~ tat10 'l • oo ~.1t'pDgrin1s v1s1t1ng the nearby Eye of . 1vhich lived on Ossus s rarest n1oon According to the epics Jedi t-..ith its squat don1es sat tngh in the . this great 1.1 • --: supplen1e 'ted b\ "'1eci1tatn-e ba .c species and could not be preserved 1n open air ~L a'so had ~ "l'lOte access that al101ved fast con1munication bet\•ee· r 1e Great Jedi L1brarv and its undenvater •• ded1ca·e. \\!here he f-Jad a small ten p t Snn e belie\e /'\laster Anstak and his students cou1d ha\e Su •\ea the Cron Supernovae....s_ T 1e Se enit) oer '':as re~cn't?i."1s t-rs engaged n ohHosophicat debates before backdrops of •'le ·~O\ ti ea p lars.n the deep ca\e1 '1S 0.. and fountains. \\here he"tca •t.1ru\ •.e deep r the tunnels.J Kno s .all.•.1aster T'alla constructed the gardens and then planted herself at their center transforr111ng into a tree..Me the p a\'eu!Y' conta nee &e :Y~ ~ co ectJon of Jed' i<.:t tt.:10'\ edge .-\sh. ....~ "-" bat Finall\. the stone and bronzium city of Knossa \'. e An Si.. TI1e gardens.v1s1t1ng 1v1th Padal'~ans favored the rock gardens... s temple had three caverns.. gazebos.' .-..eun1 \\'as a "'~nered . GARDENS OFT' ALLA The gardens \\ere nan1ed for an ancient Jedi t\ laster of the Ill\ th1cal. · easurea ortl~JCtS ~ O •• stored Bene..:· ouno· levt>I rep!'t'-:.e!d.· l\' "'S .~~~ .e~ Oo oo. Jedi ~laster. 1ron1call\......\nstak s vault.e -s· COL• c \..· . • .vhich reseMbled a sora1vhng pron~enaae 1 "a::'(X: .. There 1vere greenhouses '"'here the Jedi '\griCorps gre1\1 and e. \l\ here old l\ 1.1 \e gence. • Jedi t-.. KNOSSA One of the fe\\' c1ues on Ossus named '''1thin the epics. <he foon of scr~ . and la 6eS'. · t: s:.' resen ed e\c uSr\ el~ for tra ni l~ studellts n1~st1cal ener g'. s ·all\ fron ~re Grea· Jedi L1bral)'..e PfCi\t."Xperin1ented 1v1ll1 plants..3• ·l-'le . The firsl.e bra.-as or g:1a 1~ bu t ti'.-'ect until his death aunng the Ci ea< H~ perspare \\ • • 1ng of Jedi Pada\\'ans cont "1ued . and included vast hedge n1a ·es and colorful no1verbeds. taste Odan·LJf rece.. i. \\!101112ri3. luntuur Stones of Coruscant For more phvsical t 1ain1ng \JL)ranans often taught courses outdoors.aceoort il~~ : \\~ ...1~ on 1.:rr's Great JE'<l • .: 1S? 1d years until the Crzy S.·ere seldom pe m1tted Into the chan1ber '''htcll 1vas on1~ accessible by t1\'o hits fro111 lhe hrst suble\el... w • ~ ~- KNOSSA BRANCH LIBRARY l!..h ve that 11eld deHcate items that 1vere cre- ated b1 aquat . specificall) the tree thought to be T'alla 1\ere a ravoreo place for contemplation b~ \is1tors TI1t~ gardens gre1' over the millennia.~. 1 IMHAR CANYON a ie\\' a .. - ar a1 c.'~ = ing there under Jed l\lasi.> S1.. around Agom l\1ounta1n 1. .Jed II.. created and experin•en ed with Force artifacts related to underi.~ e 0c rn-t.

pea.. 11 e) 10' lj I' tf J ....t'.ippr Ash. .. ~ e11" • g"'cO' t' \\ol i .. ) Knossa ~ aoe 1 :a ~o f s.. ."-. ' .d~ ·eat: 3~5 0 s. ef' • I ' • . I u1r tf0\€\1 J' b ('-' " I ~1...'3 '..



the Je<l1 Co1111tll r<in v Yl~r n .Jss1ve flat topped ziggu1a t \'Vas built around tl1e1n.11 c. t I1r: P. 1n the center directly over l11e site of the shrine. POINTS OF INTEREST The currenl conditions within the Jedi Temple are unkrOi AfLer Lile purge of the Jedi Order.1rth Sicliou~.\'~11•111<.. ~>~ 1t1c 1111flil Ei11d \Vlc. the site ~'las refashionea l11c new lrnperial Palace. sy111boltcally al least. Over 1llc centuries.t rr1ll!S 111ouc.• lht' ' 1' llCdl (lf1d org. t~1P Jrt11 It n'1"3lt• s.ire.i11oudl cl 111 'Tl\ trry Onlv a SL lcct 101v 11011 j (. 111cl holv " ' trulni·d 111 ''Ill fl' \ OUllf pl pll 'l'tlfT oc 1o<. l t>ntr 11 desI\ SlCI rrCd b) lhe head 1lbr . 1n11cll lflOlll tfllClfl)O.Jg. The sl1n11e stood black and n1e11 c1c1ne (lgn111s1 Ct)1 u~cD11l's sky an 11 nplied thrcal to anyone wl10 \\IOuld <:>lC-llld . • as niucll tis the schemes or Dart..i \li1bo.').('IV(\C.Ith ~111111(1 .<J evil or fJ.~ . <H rou) rn 1''3rv cnrllJ)ill('n'. ' '~re al>IC' LO -. t110 It\111plt· l'Vd" 1 111 .l \\'15t'Sl • 1•flr [llllld POWERFUL VERGENCES NDUr OI" POIWa I tlO I <•n1pl<> <. und the entire Jedi Order collapsecl l. a id. tile Jedr Council 111cn1be1 s left 111ei1 Lernporary lodgings and installed then1 selvt~s 111 tllcir nc1'\' pe1 rnanent home in Lhe To1-ve1 of First K1101vlcdg<·. the Archives \·vas a huge cruc.(iotn 01111r Jf'dt c>rdrr l\ulll F 1 llc•p t ht rtons ol un ()ldc 1 !.)1rJ1ous Lh. the cre<'p1ng 111fluence of I he..11s~) 1. 1J11low ll'IJ f l1c1nl<s Ill p. spreading ove1 11 10 ~urroundine or<'..! ll'l'lJllP 11<.11 l I 0 I trr~ Irt flt renc f! nf I hf~ <lark rd ~ r . the.\)1lt.. Trrc Sith influence wc·akcnerJ lh hP c1nd Jllowcd pllysical and spiritual shortcomings to~~~:· 1 Uiroitgliout the order like a cancer By Lhe tirne Dar&Srd rn. Who ~" dJily in 1hell rn1clst 111 hrs guise rJ'.. stud\ ca1 r{lfs. he had but gently push. 1 1011 \\'<15 so Cornp 1 X l l/Jl 1101 l'Vt•n lht> oldi" I lllHI J llD\tlCatr It WU lJOUl il llulo1111p . . tile Jedi laid ll1c loundauo11s or Llleir 01vn g1and ten1plc 111 an altc1npt Lo l1111y llH' Sitll. Ov0r the follo1v111p ccnuu ies.111<1ted rom I 11e .idr hrs final play for control of the galnxy. Constructed in the first years 01 Jedi resKie ·~ on Coruscant. ti f~ '11!>0 lllll101t'd tJ1~1l tl\t'l'u• 1110 IJD11Cls Ol lh(' f:tni)t'l'OI • . tile Jedi Te1nple slowly tool< 101111 r11r 1u1ned roundauons or the Silh shrine were slt'dClrly builrd 1Jc11catl1 layers of plasteel and ferrocrete as c1 n1. .it oll11•1 l 1n1r. thr dre(1ded S1L11 don11n<llt?d tl1e galaxy During lilts t1111e. trec~c:hcry "".1torn1 chamht • stories tall and centered around an ornate rotunod 11 ~ 1 rnain branches of the chan1be1 held tens 01 n1! 10'\) 0 books. L11e lortunes ol L11c Jedi Tt!l11J)IC IOllOl\'CU those or ! Ile Jedi Order The strucl Lii c ol Ulf' 11eg111a1 co1111nued to grow.c1nds of Jecl1 lived ulld vvo 1keLi 111 1t1r ti 1npl •• 11nd . Over 111e fou11daL1011s of tile ruined S1t11 slu inc. the Jedi Archives 1nit1all\ held \Vhat 1e1\ llO books and artifacts \·Vere evacuated fron the old Great . tllH'I \\J\al l'Vt'lll tlli lll!JldC! \\1Cl 5 i. The glory of t11e old temple now 11e on only in fragments of dala left in forgotten archives arll U1e memories of those few Jedi and Force adepts \vho surv ~ Orde1 66.inti (0urn'> of c·vr>rv 1ilralJt.~ 1 I crOl1' \\l I "ec11011 rn \Vhich i11n111lb~'t of p11tt•lr~~ I')\\ T ' )! ' II tlll 'I l 1h1' llllll ll 1)1 till' r~·st l)f llh' J1~d1 it 11 1 ~ ' t"t' . I dllSIOll l 1ll' 111lt 1101 DI ll1<• lt111pl0 V\'d~ c.CORUSCANT JEDI TEM PLE 't l'' nttH 1ri::. until the Jedi lr11<l s1eg<' to 1L and burnc>d it to its foundauons V1lllh the Sith ro11tl'd lrorn Coruscanl and lhe11 corrupt sl1rine little n1orc Llla11 a srr1ok1ng c1a1c1.ltC ()f rll1' \11 lll\1'' .ke ah or snbacc cards.111c1 stand 1\1.. lrl>ffi tr1c C011nr11 Ch1irr1be>r In the rr inq ' ' ' UI ly s I r1 tilt' 111r1ss1vr· 1n11itdrY commur11ci'J11onc. tt1c S1Ll1 ll1111l a sll11nc con1plcx atop a 111ountarn on Co1 uscant as a sign 01 l11c11 g18<1l power. it \o\Jas suggested.111 ilr l er. l Ji 1vcrc c•vcr · • alh.. C Cnr.ind increasing strc:it1ily 111 sla lurt' and e or y So111r..toon on Co1 l1r.d I 1 V \"C'tl' • lhc> 1\J\ ol till I 01 11'1.IS <ll'~l10\ Cti Ill Ill cfilll t to l\tpt~ lhl' r Ol I ' ('dl. Tt1e points of interest presenLed belO\'>' describee Jedi Temple as it was before tl1e fall. l l1f' 111ou11la111's interior was l1ollowed out and pacl<ed wil11 hundrrds of cl1an1bcrs and grand l1alls connecLed by un counted k1lo1nete1s or broad corridors. 11 en'l1:irti i. r Ilil.: vcrgC'nrC! over the rr l wa.rr 111 fr~v floor!<. datapads..1 ()I ''ll LlJ [l \ ' t"fl ( \ \V.. l p ~ 1 t 1n ni• l I~llllll}f\ suggl~~l llH11 . and ancient tzil11et5 CO\e11ng e\el\ able subject The central rotunda \\JS tl1e · .arn pub ' reached via the Archiv0s' rna1n entt .. Library on Ossus.inized anci helpt~d \'i\1trngJl'l1 ·' . the Jedi Order decided l11at they 1\lould stn111p ou1 t l1e 1nen)o1 v 01 the S1llfs legacy on Cor us cnnL. once and ro1 all.i t1111e lJt!lore l11c rise of lt1c Gal. 1111 ti!.it lc<J 10 1 downfall of tile Jedi. od by JN GG and SP Lt ddl<l nndl\ $1\ d101d<> "''L' l '' ..1\ dtlti lt'S0(11 cli. or 1llP Je<h Order for 1ust over a tho ltJo 11 . CJ1t1ncc.>llh v1 rg<•nt(• the Jc<J tg-1 . bul the e\1stence of these places today can neither be confirn1ed nor denied • JEDI ARCHIVES The Jedi Archives once held all of the Jedi s ~nowledge l1istory and even.:lt'lill1 \ $S1.icllc RcpulJlrc.tfl('I LIH' l ~' t .: 111 c1di"'l· r1 )1 ll ' I• I .. roorn le.11K t' ' contoirt"j • IO\\ls or data Lei n1inals.11111·d !I hll . P.ancJ f) 11 r 111 n tl)r• Clon~ W.. Located near the sun1n1it of the ter ziggurat. ..i . t1 n1e1 (' lltlnd[ul \\lt'f 0 IL'fl to lc•nd lu t11Q ':. HISTORY ror .ull C'rn.>1\C'U II lO ll1Jl llclrll\\''led SPCIC('.i 111 a1i• llki• WlrJt'll I 'I · U lOtltt <HS I tial s.llor Palpiltrnl! I tro. anrl CV('ll then only Oil ii \ ('~ li!lllh d l>Cl'JI!. \·\'itll the co111pret1011 of tt1e towers. 1 llc Jedi 01de1 1\1as novv hrn1ly entrenched on Cor11scan1. gat lie knowledge. .cll ovc 1 till' ernply lldlls 11111111 ~ lv 111<• 1u11sLa11t h111ld111n :iric·l t'\) \ ( .:11. l1nportant Jedi art unrl . .1dQU lll('f.•.ir lilaLIS were brought to the temple r101n all across the glllcl\V. and records fiorn L11e lost Great Jedi Library were installed in tile nevvly built Tetnple Library The ziggurat 1-vas cro1v11ecj by five tall.1\\ I llllll('I. ({lr l' l 1kC' Ille It cit 111£>11)!. 111credibly tall and graceful. 1 . slender to1vers: one al each (Orner and one.01111)111 it!or JLddcrnv rn•hl JIV ht'..rl <JS I Ill' ()peratlonc11 1Hld c l •Plr1tua1 1 .ce.fl!V0. the sum tot1t oi al. Tl1e Ar('hivl'·S .unsl tile Sith dominion..lhOlll lilt' l.'t 1~tt' r"l ~ ~I \ ' ·t:_':.

r: seven-story gr cenhousc f)tHIL ..:d for quiet rneellngs. the Temple Precinct was an adrn1n1strrJLlvc cJlsLricl surrounding the Jecli Temple on C.i nncJ faunn lrom ac.1c1 le f~C'p 11 hllL <llHI the Jedi Order.. chrJLlo1 or lounLa1ns.Orl'i TEMPLE DETENTION CENTER As ii was cJes1encd t.<i ow111•t . <)nci rr1c11an111es and ca l walks ollcrc•cl a r. a11cJ l•1cnr11y eat11cri11gs. <1ncl till' 1nt1'>1)11111 l11'. drtci flowr•rs Of evc•ry COl1C(. were sc:altPred th1ougtio111 the sµacr>.ll•11t'..o LIH' LdsH•s .i.k1es ol a hundred worlcJs.incJ <1 ray shield genera Lor sealcc. Its c.• I P'.oruscdnl Composed of do1cns of Ctly blocks.he Dctenl ion C011 Ler were Ihe rr1aximum sccuriLy cells.n(I Pven llettr·. . Sllli111 C:Otrlll)C'I tlal dist1 ic L'> ( dlC r l11g l.c•un1 and c~ducallon d1slric. .olor llll<'cJ lite soar1nr grcenllouse Cou111 le~..d clouds.:il for Jedi v151t1ng or working :n lhe t1~rnplc Design eel by a <adfc• of c..111c1 nlgltl c. er u<it1cd grave: I.. Ul1Jt1.n J. biology 1n If' on . r1lorit• wlllt l>u•. p1ov1d1ne cornlortable placl•s lor rest.. w.15 u•." sµ<Jce. ancJ 1r1sccts fl1uecJ abouL... lowcnng IJrorneltad~. and crninently con1forl(lblc sp.1ti1e shcip1~ .Jlu 1al tJeauly Walk111e pell h:. nov1·11111 11•11 i.ur11plete witl1 sunrises. 11ypnouc r. lhe '>l('t~t' ol 1111 • J r ~dl liJ111plr·.1111111".ycle c. IL 1s prcsurned L11al or .111C. !llu11 I·111('1\i q11h•t ind !'.1ncJ c.ross thc galaxy T~e .• • ROOM OFA THOUSAND FOUNTAINS .t11ct 1~.'IV . de~ 1 10v1•d 01OtLltpll'Cl111<111v ol 11~. h11l l cli1 1 g~. designed to cletain powc1lul Sllh and fallen Jccll Outer cell blocks were 1ncd1un1 and low·securlty wings designed Lo l1old criminals who were 1101 I orcc users ancl those Jedi and apprentices who had IJrOkC'n one of 111e orcJer's rnany laws. VERGENCES .1s llllt't ly cl1•<. ancl r 1cti. aln 1os1.our1dslapc:· lo acco1npdny 111c n<." vast enter ta111r11enl cJ1st11c l. while• the con!. med1tat1on.. ol dir l.ors. and 01 nale c111 <. tl sn1<1ll c•1 n1uc.t1nvod Mo•.1111". l'J• ·' 1011·d !JL1rinf1 lht r>Uf'f'I' or the J0di al tile end ol thc• . TEMPLE PRECINCT /\l!>o known as the Tcrnplc•.t nf tlH· 11•slc.o hold sornc or Lhe mosL powerful Force use1 s In the~ galaxy.t1cat1:d holoproJection su1Le progrorn1ncd to s11nu .is a meditative r"' 't'. and the 111et 1t :. hundreds of pri v<tlC' rc•sldenti<ll block!..· ccll1ng conLatnecl a SCiµt11r. i111d 1•11ll 1 tt 1111t'1 s lod 1y the pr1• 1 1t11 I 1:. exerr1sc. flll!c•nery.itc anay 1.I llCC'ds of lltl' wcrill hV lll ll<'cllltral'> Wl10 CdllecJ ~Ill' -.enc~ o( Plcvolcd v1ew1ng Lcr races BC>ncl ll'S arc1 srnall ga1!·l>o!:. the p1 ec111ct llelcl 111ilny lrnporl<Hll r. wel soil Dense• cops es ol gri·cn an<J golcJcn leafed lrPes.t1nt butil1l111g ol !>rooks. 1hr> re. The lnncr coll blocks of I.?d POWERFUi.Joorways wcr(• sealcc.l ded1calecl to Lhe h1story ol 1Jot l1 UH• (.ip<11'Ci1•ly 1nhc1llll1. lush grc:cn ::ohn1bs and (\lclS~l'S.lurinr.r.c:cf lllC! lloor of lt1P 100111.ecto1 honlt' TIH• 11•111plc• i>1u1 l11cl suflt•r0cl llt 1dVlly c.. constantly busy region . I hOU'ifJll(J l·ounla1ns WfJS hevvlly darnag('d .uorcrnely talented l>otar11s1s and art 1s<1ns.. hurn1cl.overnrnPnl buildlngs. lhe precinct was controllerJ Jointly by the Jedi Council and the GalacLtc Republic J\ busllinr. I hl' Detention Center was built from corto sis rc1nrorcccJ rJu1acrcLc shcalhcd with rare Force resislanl al loys.1 was packed with exotic flor.1rc) smellccJ of flowers. bu1trrll1c>s. lh( Room ol a l housancJ Fountains sc>rvc<J the Jedi as a 1 r mulu ui. known .1IJOUL its ultlrntJ le lotc. /\tong with rncdilallon ond relax 11 1 11 w.ibPr tra1r11ng. lled Lht• 11eh11ne.1•.J by blast doors and shield gen c1at.> t11rd1.tcd 1n 1he Lcrnplc's First Knowlcctgc Ouar •er 111c Roon1 of a Thousan<l f-ounta1ns vvas a rnas 1. .lone tr1s. suns(>ts. <111cl ((Jl1t1llcs-.irrn.I the whole cornplcx ofl lrorn Lile surroundl11g quarter. and rush ol ~ha llow w·1terl<ills provided a sool111ng. Clono . rhe vast dornC:' of tile. ' 1I l/v ore.

f'\1any we1 c given ove1 to 1neclilal1011 and con1e1nplauon or I Ile Jedi's place \\Ill h1n the universe 1vll1le others were rnect111g roorns.111l 1\lso c. 1-vhere Padawans spenl the week before their knighling ceremony in deep con templation AL the very summit of the Temple Spire was l11e Pinnacle Roo1n.i11 . Above these chan1bers \'vas the Veranda. 1vhicll stood 111ore l l1.ll 1. eq111cJ1s1ant 110111 its rn111 'ilJl.111 1l11ougl1 11111cl1 ol l lle to1\le1. l'.Vet t' cl 11un1be1 or 11npo1 tant halls dnc1 chan1bers. laking vis1to1s to and fto1n lfH' l1npo1 l. 1ap1'sl1IC's. Within this room were kept the rnost sacred documents of the Jedi Order.i f\I lo1110te1 abo\e tile surrounding len1plc Precinct.TEMPLE SPIRE I IH' ll'lllpl0 Sp11a \Vi'!~ tile talh•st 0f tllr 11vt' sp111'S tl1fll c 101~11ed llH· J0d1 ·1c1npl0 on Co111sc. \.'C tu1e halls. The Veranda housed a VIP hangar that could handle light ship and speeder traffic carrying dignitaries and important Jedi. some or which were rumored to date from lhe Order's founding. a huge 111tcraclive holon1ap roon1 that acted as both a planetarium and a repository or counllcss galactic charts.. a round chamber with a dorned ceiling and walls dominated by massive arched windows.lfft'I s1hllng~ l-01 t 11l' 1housanll years ol 11 s t'\ISI t •1H. dep1c1111t1 lilt' t~lo1 io11'i l11s to1~ ot tile Jedi 1111nosa1cs. and even a mode1 n milttarv command and control center built during the Clone \o\.1tl' ~c1llp I lll l~ 1nstall<ll IOllS l l1esc gallr1 iPS WCI(' Vl<'IVl'd lilt Ollf!lt 1ranspa11st1't'l l u1bolHt tubrs th.. and by the time of the Clone Wars. The Jedr Council also held meetings in this room. the Hall of Knighthood 1·vhere Pada1vans took their vows and became full fledged Jedi Knights: and dozens or private med ila Lion rooms. it was the group's primary meeting place CURR TH Tim .1f11•rl • 11<111 qu1111v Sp11l'. .111d 011i. 1<." the Tl~1npli' Spire 1vns built In till' 11'11!1'1 ot the Jedi TC'1nµ1e·s roo1.ars.inl k•vl'IS at lhe top At l llc apex or the sp11 e.•1ngs 1utting out from the sides or tile to~ver supported by buttresses. 1vhich consist ed or three rnultilevel v. t 111• spll t! 1vc1s C1.111s1tlered nrnong th1' llollcs1 site!\ In till' Jt'd1 !t•n1ph· lt 1va~ hltcd 1\lilh ln1pr gallcnc.

:1d CORUSCANT VERGENCE RULES When making Force power checks or using Force talents \Nithin the Coruscant vergence.11 IJ1". but G.111. Despite brutal close-quarters fignung. the visions can sometimes be cloudy and ambiguous After meditating at the vergence. the Jedi were wrong on bhis accounl._s1t ruction rhe seer els held within the Archives led Lo ~d 1is or c or)(j ''>the di ~unuess Jedi and. 11.iu a· quarters Into Lhe old Tranquility Spire. but believed they could reverse the process and return the ver gence to the light side. o * e Any or (§} (§} generated by the Kno~vlcdge check negatively affects its results. leav ing them vulnerable to the manipulations of Darth Sidious. and held court in the Pinnacle Roon1..i1 \ dl'ipl 1VI\ 111d h1•1 ll111111 do1 l(o.1.:ile tile same negative consequences de<>c 11bed above.il1H1'">ldlld'i .t\ny . rhe fallen Jedi Ana kin Sky•~alker led an elite force of clone commandos into the temple to slaughter everyone 1vithin. That hint of dark side influence 1nay have been enough to cloud the Judgment of the Jedi.rll i)\lt'I lite' Ull\ltll)dlrtf' 1 ii\'\( ljlt' 111~ l1•111pli P. Wit11111 a a u ie te1np1 . and tapestries recording the Jedi's proud story \'.cc1nt. the temple l"as besieged and occupied by the 501 st Legion. llley die! so over a powerful light side vcr gene r' rl1 is cfec.. the temple and the area around it survived the fall '. and the future. Palpatine "'JJr·a his · ·. Dunng the months that followed. Force users may add no greater than their Force rating to the next Knowledge check they make that session. wh ich can cloud v1s1ons <lnd provide in con ect answers to questions. POWERFUL VERGENCES NEXUS OF P0Wat .11 l1111 1 ll11~c·n< L' l1. a small portion of lingering Sith corrL1p tion infused its foundations.1l n11111~l1\ 1)11111'~ •• u1rl llu· lu•.i-. replaced with statues of the Emperor ar• dedicated to the glory of the new Empire. aoa r<i(ihtJ SC:Ovcry and destruction of rnany h1dde11 ternples 5 'lany t 01 ~ Jedi artifacts 1ound 1n the temple 1nclud1ng U>er >tudy ~~. lrace or lh 1 es conversion to the Imperial Palace.lf the Jedi To cement his dominance over the galaxy and the destruction of the Jedi.lud1\ lilt lr11p1'1111ll'. The Jedi A I i:Viay by trr re lives VJere looLed.1 s1on 1vas rnade 1n an atten1pt Lo corrupt thC' ver gencc and use its po1Ner to fuel dark ntc<. the Temple Spire is occupied by Emperor Palpatine as his seat of po\ver Passersby still see lights in the 1Nindows of the Pinnacte Room. Thus. and by the nmc the Jcdr took Coruscant and pulled the shrine down. Unfortunately. 1AJhere it is presumed that the Emperor ~olds court w th his lapdog \''ader and his simpering pack of courtiers and favor-seekers. lhc vergence had become corrupted with dark side energies. how ever. the Force can reveal many things. ot ln11H•n. p. lnr •. which stood l0p the Palace. Even as they built the temple.idq11 irt1·r·1 nl lr1tpl' 1t11 N. Dunng the fall of the Republic and the purge of the Jedi Order.l. Hl(I·. The Jedi were well aware of the dark side corruption of the vergence.> or 0 t) t) can guarantee that tile v1s1011s the PC sees a1 e truthful or can simply reveal that a lingering co11 upling influence is at work. Were destroyed. or {§~ {§~ generated can c1e. they built their new temple atop the foundations of tl1e old Sith shrine. the Emperor moved into the temple a rrost immediately and declared it the new Imperial Palace. This reflects the lingering co1 ruption fron1 Lt1e Sith shrine.l1ng tt1e PC 111 some \VflY In addition l11e Gl\1 can have any roresee powe1 check 111ade al l11e vergence be( orne a combined cI 1ec.. I '. Lhe data held within spirited 1 ~ua1 d Perial S~cur1ty Bureau agents for study and even~ 'he d. d p.ere \Vere locked a1AJay lor fur Year Of•"-· ound their v~ay onto the black n1arkel.r Jes.01111 .l1lll1·1 11rrl1 1 r nl l111pi•11 II •1l\t'flllllf•l)l lli111'r1n1• 11\1•r 1111· 1111(lcllt 1 1ll lll1 111'\VIY < r11 ili•d rl'tit'I JI ( lj". Thc11 plan \Vorked to a point.1llP1 ~trll l 1p1t 1l tf.11.ltlllllcft.11 Hit' 11r<.1·~ nl '.H 1 I ii' 1•..k \Vil 11 d Hard (• • •) Vigilance check ... Today.\(\ ess 1 TH CORUSCANT VERGENCE:THEFUTURE IN MOTION CURRENTS OFT ETEMPLE \\'hen rile Sl!h b111ll llle11 s/11inc 011 Co1uc. the past.nr11i1 111 Lit(' ::. Tl1e details of these nega Llve errects are left Lo the G<J rne lvlaster's disc.1l 1r1• t. \~lltcll 11. including other places. 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and while the plants at the cave are twisted and foreboding to behold.sIead s l hern 1n . lf<'l' 1.r. ne ~~ Whatever the results.• and what il means to their future P €1 .• steps provide anol her entrance to lhe area. ry • expt•rrence is d1Herent and llS1Jil1lu t1 1nn1y r·i ..'r '.1..DAGOBAH TREE CAVE T llr f<•r r.Omr> S•JblC<. characters are usually left with sense of doubt and fear about what they JUSt ex C:p!. stsr~ v1s1ons rt presents to induce the worst poss1ote Outc even rf subjects believe lhey chose the nnhl re· or-es. However. those wrth stronger connections to the Force gain a much deeper sense of the darkness w1tl11n Though visitors usually recoil from the cave.~ and unw~nled outcor:ne. but evil. . 0 experiencing the vision The way the 1nd1v1dua1 oo~n~ negates. and darkness.y '"l·r~ ' >voy l gcnce 1ends to confront 1nd1v1duat!l witfi lh • ~ . tf"r <.i• ' . and signs of an ancient stone struclur e rr lhe 101 rn ol \\falls and ~\11de.he vcr:~ :~ r•r:ra• .!~~ ' ""'' . The animals don't seem overly influenced by the dark side presence that surrounds them. so does the likelihood of a Future fall to tile dark side. the distance from wh1cl1 the vergence can be detected vanes unpredictably.. The vergence 1s small in area but intense IL is very sl!ong rn the dark side or the Force Despite this. they are the same in many places on Dagobah. Ee t(la. to acung out personal . DAGO BAH VERGENCE RULES When making rear checks or any other Discipline or Vigilance checks within the Dagobah tree cave vergence. s1on of one or more of their greatest fears coriing rue The 1llus1on might portray a Force user's most currel" concern or a long held worry. and often isn't the worst threat... a void ~\11l11111 a n1assive tree. or 1n1 scene• 1 veal their natural weaknesses and v1ornes Ho•· ' l".e. 1t111 · ' he<k il Daunting (. from tiny insect like lrfe forms to n1any types of small reptilians. 1\·r1cthl r H •c:.u11. or deals with that threat usuallf reveals adarr.r'O(. . ' · . fhe cave 1s nol Just dark. to the ''Cl .n '· <vr . malrce. While rnost senlrent beings seem to notice a chill and a creepiness to the area. The result or conseQuence m~yoe one the 1nd1v1dual d1dn t even consider until be111g mace to lrve through rl in fear inducing detail As the suoiect~ fear Increases.~~-· 11w" but at .f('J111llr.l) hrst :..ot ten wortd of DilBOl>al1 hold':... a holl' 111 the ground. 01 d co1nh111at1011 thereof T11e thick overgro1\lth surrounds a 11a1ro1'" natu1a1 entry. ndll hut 1ilt. Dagobah's ev er-present animal and plant life are largely undeterred l l1e cave 1s home to a mulutude of creatures. I.... It seleclS and LI'.. a charaaer must add 0 equal to his Force rating to the check Eacr l result cancels one in the check (in other words. THEDAGOBAH VERGENCE: FEAR GIVEN FORM I t1ose cnl ering ti re <:av<• bC(..a' e t11ddC"11 dl cp .ve> Is 111 Cl\ (H grown la11cllor rn <'fl cased l~\ u ranglP of trt'l ll'OI~.. treat I results as Y resul ts) *- Upon entering the tree cave. The charaoer rrugn' be confronled or attacked directly (as Dar'" \t der attacked Luke Skywalker).1 Lo ascer1a111 the rnakcup of the 1nte1101.:u.<' \l lgC'lCC' '" ~h<" 1-0IC(' In lhC' 101111 of l rn~1 <. 1 <. ..he Ulu( . e1r 'll<. or the cha!act could be a helpless observer unable LO \\)di ence or stop the events of the visior ri1s 1 experienced on his visit to the ca " bf the end of the Clone Wars) Tt1e PC makes one or rnore ~ . v• ~~· The obvious danger confronted 1n a v1s1on isn't the 0• threat.. ~e:i.. its presence rn tile Force seems to ebb and flow according to rts own manner or being Those vvho venture close expenence feelings or cold ness.elat1011 .t l.1• .r t I Whether through appant1ons and 1llu~ion'> c t ' "-i' Ing directly w1th characters' minds. Force users see an .ier dun l1gt1L 111r n1ak.e(•tnG .:.. menace.l.nt.a1ns 0 1 '1rl£'!> Tht> c111rk \ef'. m1111n1u1n.ind Dagohah's c1. while experiencing ti re veige1it~ cl1ecks uepc11d on tile ~.. 5 ++) 1 '"'° . shallov.cs 11 dlf11<.O l: of the vcrgcncc for Lhe duration or lhE•ir . r( rJrj ' " respond to threats determines the outcome (f .icohah'~ cncJlt s'> cl•'ll'>C' c.1m1d D. • fear' ... ond c.. gnilrlrd t>ranchcs.w11111ps and abundnnt ft1una.

"' a :::erso"a .it1.c. g sion 1r.. Tne G .....=>( . d"e P( also ga rs 5 Conil.. n5 n s PCs ma"e too man} add1uonal S!{t. T.."ecrs th s may e"ge"de· 's:" .-. ~ ge"erarec t.Jlld ':Ina I Conf' ct tor eYe .! chec:-\5 n i. e.· e. J(. o.. r aga·ns.>-ie \ son ends . flt fear S.. 0 .. t s real ano • ' ...: the . a o:-c oe r.ary aoo1i: mz.. ercome the cha enge sei. ~ "::' ::r-e ooo s exriavs:j · e 'ea· cheer s success-.. r. - -- .1 aca tona Y gener· I'> ~ ~ * • 11: • ...~ m g11: ha.lle Dagooah tree ccne Generally one or n·..... c . PCs spec....• .--" .Jbsecuer: s..r.. n ron· or h rn Success or failure is less 1mporranr cnan . s.e iO i'lg'. il'l:? G~l ma. ' .en: cnecKS s enougr ~o .)(}..:iet across i.g or the encouncer and \\ neiher or not '1 s act ons \\'ere 11sp ~ed oi. Besides u-e '= .."ese cr.. u--ca~ce ed tJ res .1 may add Lflose • ~o subseouent PC rie pool s exhausteo @ • " T~ Gfvl a so ·r..:._. na ~tiet"-5 of tl'e PC's 'Sutcess or r.. ce 3s-.g c =rccrre ~....-\'hen sna. ~PC ""ar spen<J those I i as des rec O" S'. silou d oe upgraced or...· . "g o. ---.:e • C + ••}._e characie{ has o·..o su!:.Ct.a. .1 shoulc be \'... tlie PC g es r:o r»s 'ea·....J tows a pool of one • per ne C'... r or aes pera! on .-..e effects of i:he ca .e a·mculcy 1J" t.RFUl. . .. '2t ~ . -n.. cc-:-a: s s~ res:s: a~ ere~~ <!~_oe~:: a" e~em~ c-- :~~ ~ enern}' s tauncs or ceceG·oris "'si~5 sooa 5..J:::>Sec.g • as an I usion). the oeg nn r.. ci r-g • c et: anc 3ra .. P~e aoit e o 1tcomes above.... ?113 • • • • • .:o hrs fear (ia1led the feaf ched a.. : from <re cnecll. ('.en POW"'c. ~s ". 'T ~--'16 r. - ..• ~~ J. ....'le 'ea· c"ec -~e =>c =0rms a p-oo GO'l· '-:" gon~Q 'o· ea~ .n.. p.... ~· {~~ '"''"' ea·dlec1< fa s. -- ~- ~ ~ ­ ' s.~ oi rear: anger or hate .i or :.en: S" '" -··s Taae tl'Je \ e·gt:rce. 1 or oihel"W se reac::"g ~c : as ..het er ne ga 1e 1n.-'=e3r. l r. •• • • ' .__."..... . • ...cance ec '"e PC S\J"e•s I stra r..• J.·.'IL '.V g ance. o~ Hard o~ :~e o r..r.lsec!..essf1. -. checks s typ cal} a min·s "c .--- ... VER<iEHCES J "'IS OF PO'J R .

\' Eeu t Ro. wh1rt• ~rll Lered rubble inside and ouL I he r ntr y ~iall sustprnc~ ~db stanlial damage.11 t\1 .. Sots The large1 t01\e1 ''as L ~pped 1v1tl1 dcco1 all\.)<. Blaster bolls.' tt'l1ll)ll'. <.. \>1h1ct1 l'\:ere '::>et 1n tile larg~r of th(' lernple's l\\\) l(l\\1'l':l The ten pit °'l 1vas quite 'inia" 1. After lhe end of the war. ur1 that lhe explosion was deliberately set.i~ Sf\e Jedi Ten1p1es on Olller '"o ds I s .)acll1ng thl. In his guise as Darth Tyranus.le grounds 15 to ~ t1(lll 1s cornpletr:I~' in1passable DroPp'""~ rrle' . Opress charged down Eedit Road and cut through friend and foe alike until he was the last one standing from either side.. cnlc11ng the tcmr. Republic clone troopers operated and protec ted the station.'1. . Separatist droid forces were already attacking the fac tity and fully engaged in fighting the clone trooper defenders Axe in hand. the Empire sought to destroy anything and everything Lo do with the Jedi. Imperial forces targeted the facility directly. Fo1ce l a1n111g. as the jungle ~eeps back 1nlo the SPc1 al~ rimeter buildings are useless ruins. and conte'1 ' o' at1on.11r of d1ss1n11l. POWERFUL VERGENCES IEXUS OF' POWER ' and n1ucl1 or 1.n <Joo and an enormous crater dom1ntllcs th1. res1cJences. A fe. : -s v. fr orn nbove 1s possible but hm1ted to srn "''' . 1\a" v11r1' a €:1 11Li ro mJ t1ron1ena<.. d111i11g l<lc iii t es. possibly to Cl u something that used to be 1n the center of the room The old courtyard is now overgrown with trees ar~ ' vegetation.. teeming 1Nith sensors and corn munications dishes. During tl1e Clone Wars.111 . hghtsJbc1 11.e toge_he and JOllll'd <ll llH'll . • t t • \ t 1\ • tl ' "I . t 1t l' ' $ l I l \ \ 1( \ ' 'i I \ \ \ { l' t' ' l • I \ l t 'l L'E ' \ tI ' I \ l 11 I I ' t \\ l ( ll . The temple grounds sustained serious darnage.ucs nianage lo rcLa111 th eir b c~ .i: 1. The Lop of Lhe rnain Lower wc1 ~ blow11 .. 1t \vas not unco1nrnon for a single Jedi I\ 1aste1 and an apprentice lo be the onl1 caretakers on hand for e>. as did the surveillance and communications gear.1111 ing. 1t end("d <ii d stdl< 11\ 'l"D~.ere placed qu11. t11e plkhrons are none too please I [ . What was once d 1 fountain has become a dark pool wilh waLerborne 1 tion.hc cou1 Lyard . wl11cll r•.i1rl y. and sleeping rooms Tile temple had litlle 111 the vvav or staff. grenades. Count Dooku ordered his new apprentice. sn1all0r bu1ld111gs hor dl'l L'd the court\ ard h s de tl1e to\vers \Vere a large ~nlt v h.1\ ·. w cl 11wnr ered it served as a rine refuge from tt1c senuen animal predators in the surrounding 1u11glc THE TUNNEL d p'oV:'lb r Due to the rubble.Lended periods of ti me. 1·v1dcnt r so 111eon c slops Lo Lake noli c.u. the temple also served as a Republic surveillance post.1se leading up h... wanLon (lc:strucuon. bombing it and then going back through to ensure the destruction of anything w1L11 obvious Jedi syrnbolism . an rricr.111d a fe1v classrooms. The courtyard is inhabited by p1khrons.1wc1y.orrH· nl tht r111111•d SLDl.0r1parcd to I ht' 111. I vc 11 <. Savage Opress. rubble complctC'ly blocl<s the rniJ. L1 J t d clilpt. · d at r Plus. to attack the temple and kill the Jedi guarding it.I~ 'T Ol l ). • T 0 planning. In addition to a Jedi f<nighl and l1is Padavvan. as \vell as caretakers· offices. but it was not yet a total loss.in1ental that cut a \\id<'.1 the h~n1ph''~ 111. and explosives vandalized the once-arristrc statues. 1~51\ 1' c ors.tru1ght pdl 11 t""1<X1gr the Jungle Deep red 11l rolo1. ·. When Opress arrived.: hdll It 1r...1rd 01111' ll'\i'd by the Jedi for n1ed1tat10". CURRENT CONDITION Using the Temple of Eedit for military purposes proved to be the start of its undoing.o.. flns Adjacent to the to1vers \\as a circular cou1 l\c'.

or strengch of sprrrt :. re. or S11rvival reducing the cost o~ itiat rank by 5 XP A PC may orl~ ever do tn1s once s la\ d SCO\er ~ e • r '. ~ lh~t llt l o t \ 'f "'~ ' I o C>Jn p ( te -:1 Jt .he ·a~ages of t!"e E"'P ...e Lhe.rig e Force users fino that mar pula[lng or tearri1ng .r at th • <>rte can cnoose to med Ila Le tor c1n hour on the resil ence of lrfe made Slroni. espec1all.r ·~se re ated i.i l d be.1•n a Fo~ce ratJng or I or ti ihr.1ed1..:-. ing a rebirth ~-:culT)ard Plants 1eft behind by the Jed.Jrl c. concen:rar1ng or .: S¥ cneci<s.r.en c Da k :1t For P U'>f rs fl ... ouriters L be more ._ 'f.. -' corrupred no[ sropped "• -11.. I JS a sllort terrn base o' operations ' ' > t PenOd wl ~ lo train and to use lhe ver t D re ·to-e mind ano sp nt Charactef"'5 research· I: ~I A PC v.1 4 C"$ 1\1 \ p.. • I 11 l p ~ .. I \ I l'Q i ~ ' I \ t . • r !'J() n re <1-1£ r '>lfdin tll lh end of fr. U'e Eei. io..~. especia . tne PC may spend add L1ona1@ Lo ~1eat more severe Cnucal lri1unes.'"ted b. .f· . corce PO\~ers and ao ties 's enha11ced here. { I\ ' bb l t Th t r ft I J t h . or to clean ano restore them to ..ften~arrt 1r""e per da .0 .as ~s foreseeing 1s enhanced ...or 1r provides to '1le Force. • . EEDIT TEMPLE VERGENCE RULES r •.and other tO\\er rooms provide limited •n " c gn'5aber tra1n1ng ano forms The~· ma~ fiaie to EEDIT VERGENCE: A PLACE OF LEARNING .o heah.. t IS one of the reasons <he ar1mafs feel safer here rhan rr the surround~s . he may pJrchase one rank '" either lliled1c rie Res1'1erice.. T"lose 1>'ho are 11ot Forcesensi: ve ma\ also percerve a genera.he Eed r \e'"gence the ong1nat 1mperus for 'le temp1e s cD~'"'LCTJO'!'i doesn i: appear to ha1 e beer s gri Acantl~ a: e..g a~d rene va' o: sp. f'l rt I r u > nt of tr.. n?adable The C~ 1ma.O accurate!~ interpret ·the} f.• o:.~n " a .. .l access to lht: lil" EEDIT ADVENTURES " : .x "' ( • ' l 0. the battles of the Clone \Vars and i:."'€E"ce <add cwo or more • to predaror. that survived or appeared . require skill checks such 5 N-o ~ edge Education) Kno\·. eahng.-e Upon entenng lhe temple grounds.~ N < OC th I k. .nd Add1t1onally ! a PC spends chrec days 1n silent a11d contemplatr\e n'ed1:.fhculr to operate ir and around >. and con:emplat1on in •he ergence cafl a..·~ rteE-~dt fef'll P e 'W. sense of strength or ren€1\'ed sp1nt The\ ergence is S(rongest 1n the courcyard.d t d.i 1 thE:J r~ ra1~n· tr l r lr< 1ur r 1h v.... The longer characters sray area • e 1rt0re tney notice the p1easanr Dea.. are chr va-:1 t"e J"gle advance 1s slo~·:ed b.o-.:} The PC rnay also spena@ co hea 1 one m l"'Or Cnt1ca1 In 1 I\ the Gf\.cIt' ir~ \\' I~ d •l'" tH Lile Force ~. 0 .at1on at the site.-.3 'es1 ence..rtt_ Force users :: are ta nted bu~ ror rt. \~s1tors are sr su'TOUnded b\ the po\ver of the Force Force sens1r 11es ca"I 'ee• Lile presence of the vergence thro1Jgh the stronger amrec:. rare ~~.l's discretion. nterpret the images.-e pc1ter o' the l.. jie dark side 'r:i ~connecru1g \\1th •he ight sioe a rtJe b't easier '.rvO +J tha~ frescoes and other pa1nt1ngs rr n per \.edge (lore/.:tt1i 1n the PC may make " Hard (• • Discipline check The PC rna~ heal [WO "Ounds oer '# an<J liea .Jv1ng Force is slowl~ dr.::':fu a:id re>. c Perception 0 ~ eterrr '"e \\l'elher the~ are able i. renewa. ' fl'g5 t a:tar.

POWER~Ul V'RGENCCS *X\11 OI' POWwt er f> 111~ though the \Yater slains on the dome seen1 to indicate IL has rot..'le centuries neglect - THECENOTE The center of the 'ergence 1s '' tt1 n an enonnous cenote.1..1.. t DlhC'I \t..: \ t• l l"\d llften to a leth.'d po1 lions or tile dun ')' t ll:' ilClllg l.1>e1..)\t>d 01 IPll ."Ot• .tt u.. ab t\ to carry out the \vork that \\:ls aone at the hear• or the vergence.:1ncl s.1 and the S th bt. l "'? lt J . l) ll\ JUSl ttto\e the l\'PICttl \\Jte>r level Re 'to l ChtH111l~1 \'lJll d1ou hls <-u1 t lU~ thr l\Jlt'r level lo U nal rluoos tlnCI ~....:iC'"' e o tr1e ce·1ote demonstrating tt1eir po\ver \\Ith che R:>rce and the .tet~:re.. ltll~"~ dll'- )n~ nl"~t 'o: t~ .Yith strong enough ltght.Jtl Little of the site's nat1.x:~ea up aru ost tc t. L~ lt"X ~ ' sligtltl) off -center bet.i1. !Xl6t' I l [ (-:. haid duracrete· t ke substance.. :> < id rntnca~e '"11asoriry. ~th Er1p 11'~ ~ ·~i 1.~ •' •· .ed the eso• ces to a."•'.1 es t !~ cleat tt1. st ng ' \et Ear1) \ 1s1tors reinforced and cecoratea tt'e ..lgl. The platform and \Valh.ern.a and coniphcated in teno .t t l 11 h 1.i1a1 roe" -erria ris' 1sible in che liorne. -:...J £ -:-t".·.f_ J i t>L'\\\'t?ff\1 appreot ce though 111 ii ' ' .-t101 or th1. the gro~1nd s "l"5 " an er. irregular!\ shaped elliptical cone.odicall\ intersected b\ the e~ '" J . '11(c> ""ll te {once 'l'le\\'1 ~ rJce· antJthe\') .. Ho\vever.. The \vater holds ma~• secrets..e.: 0ri tne .:-~t.:i: Ced I'. nn1 \'-i.\nr po..) .is " s • g caver·'s. stood Son1e •etnples cl o ·tiJrnbe ' are Ql te elaborate T 'e resulting layenng or m"\\ \~· o u h:is: 11a t> 'o s.: sunilar >ttuc t ~..harnber t cha11be1 It s certr ' 'l(L ·nJ '' st u. · rne ot ne1l I 1('1 s1ue l"'\ Pr nlplett>l\ e! 1·t Pate" ..Y'lay are so old and v1om that s dtlficult to determine \vhether they vere naturally fofrlled or constructed by ancient visitors. lh ....: ..:it or igi11al 1vorks have been re. .11 e11d . directly beneath the opening n the top or .. t\ luch of the re1ntorce e·1t has .. The circular opt>'l ~g . ......: n. hut thou t10-. \. t .. aPd so ne reu into the 1vaters belO\'< it cenu.)ug•~ ~·1l· . 1.._.. ) su• ·ace or the dome is adorned " h Cf\ ptic svn1bo s c•id s· \ 1. its na•10'' po• oo e"\' flat.. .-. s~·' ert-'I\ ..> <Jr n1ber rern.:0•1Pected to a comple\ of dangero. The 1vater in the chamber is extremely clear and cool fl 5 part of the underground river and 1s fed and drained o~ mu tiple tunnels.l•r.. 3n unoef$round nat<1ra· cavern l\ith a hole at the top and narr 2 \ ~oode-. l 1.1c 10· nt' 1rt' rt ' J.)f a1n·n~ ... . some are ·il. th l ler pieces It ts dot ff cult to uet\~l llHlle Wllt"ltl ~ lht'. \Yater le\'el.~ .e O\er .'~ Cl: 11 (' t :\.. I '\lC! Ill t ell. above the cenote.1.1Jn\J. L :.. d. \ t f\1~'' e to lest or pun • ll . en above three quarters of the chamber's depth A centt. '' h1c 1 are per.1r e:i ago Tr e .\ tion the funnel \\las transFon11ed into ~1''1~1 ng ~' · highly treache1 ous due to weather 111g and . \\ h ch \\CIS once complete!~ CO\ -ered '' ·tn a conglon1eration of rnate ' · cJud1ng a roe. tvlost are likely unfortunate souls 1·1ho failed their trials or attempts at exploration and becarre ovenvheln1ed by the vergence.11 t ter11.. tlle n ennlJ pr~' t.. th 'tl(l al l·• • iJ~ ~ .1 b\ <J slO-\\ n1 0\ ng underground river The e "' "pej chan1b€· s . ·..THE ACABLAS RUIN S p .~ ' ~. down ma".. t'" 1.:s1ng or.'1e' ~a1n~ .)ll t)lf' 0111 ~ \ 't"' ' "~ •etl:f0t u't' tl11.or l\l'O\\ n as tti the JE?\.~··a '' ~. 'Tltrdl r re than ta. a fair percer~e n1et violent ends at the hands of fello\v Sith Loras~ ] a~ prentices.. oh ~ 1 \1:l' r. Despite the dead.: r bl1._.. -ro "ti tt°'e \'e~K: e c..~10~ ~ lilt' -.:tures and roon1s have been bu N 1.op fron1 <..l) to g\~ll( (' ~ l~v~. ~ \Vith ancient Sith sites.1 ano lost con- t t"' ~ n Corr uor h\• ~e -:.._ 1l '\\: f. ~ l\'X . ie a•10 (0'1'5 c.:1te ~:re~~ )(!l(:' p".·"' 0 -e do'' ~ ie ')l)O<.\I • (" t \ese \\"ell' dt>Sll\. stone paved surface... In t>'. 1.. meters to the rough chamber floor.. "s o eat11er build· ' n~t "lleS the fle\\'l:vr i:. t 1t someu ·es e\ · .." ·1 do1\n. ·' 11ort1t<'d. ·• "\._..1·1~1 H I$ d1fncult to pinpoint €'\Jct ~pc es. 'l~':>f 111 the . e" J . . t re~ of ttndent \ ablJs predoted the nt e e'p'oret built tht> ong1nnl ternplt'·hk~ Q t•1e ]I\:. . s. i Stth -. .et lul l) "" ~~ ( t1 ·\ UI clCCt 0 ...1bstractdd subiects are hu 11 ne d. The o. the vergence seems to s~ u ~ or eltn11nate any lingering spirits that are ofte• ass. p \\'. vl t: ' ' :.s-.i tht~ tunnel l)Ulll t U lht'! cl\\.. .i0t 1.t0'\ a~ l ie Republtc .t j ..!.1111s n10 I 111 ~ natu1 al swt A stont \Vct "\"J~ cne:irc'ec. ·n 'tee th1't l ~. .t thl' llllHlPI.ed 1llustrauons ot For 1._ Ill f flt' u<. ACA'S FUNNE Outside.een the scone-pa\?<i" • . CL111t ti ol \urntera and o T ' l ' " t . rep Lerr( nt<:> were rntlcit) to conceal the eat lier t ~): lo rep! ce n turJI} oarr. rt'' "Q" ' the nJrrU\\ sides of the ellipse O• 1g1naH~ . At the \valk\vay level area nutnber of tunnel openings leading to other chambers. it is possible to pd: out shapes and other details under the ~vater. 11l ll'lll t d l I n JNI to... including discarded items from ancient rituals An indeterminable number of skeletons are scattered throughout the pool.1l1. l-.. l€' I 1lllletii. sroqe _ .)th~ 0 '" The ruins of ancient ternple-~ J~(~ s1"ttJ~ su110un<.. ·. roughly circular stone platform rises JLISt above the '10f'IT.k.e po\v e~ use Thout...


rl(ng . food. or add fl lO the check if the vergence is aligned to the cta1 k. THE ACABLAS VERGENCE: TESTING ONE'S LIMITS ftlougl I Au1 vlc•r <J IS fJOWer (Ully lfl fluenced by the Iight side of Lt1c f·orr.~11 boll1 sui 11 .al events or ctiarioe "' !> 111 11 1e sttir POWERFUL VERGENCES IE>CllS OF POWLt syslem can cause it to abruptly s~vitch from lighl side to dar11 side altgnn1enl. ll ·IS ClS though Lhc.. Ancient S1th ant1 Jedi realized this and used it to their advantage. and vice versa Altering the \>ergence from or~e slale lo anolher is more easily achieved during certam alignments or Auratera and its suns. wttCll . a character may atten1pt to switch t11c al1gn111ent I Ile ntll 15 I the ~lJI' 0 vll) used st1ould focus on meditating 011 tt1C' pO~\ll:!f 11 natural ligl1\. rJi1r k s1d<! l1t1s < onccntrated n1ut 11 of ii s sl 1r. having been damaged by storms and the multitude of nauve creatures that have moved in The landing zone is overgrown but ts reasonably usable. ' • lite strcll °' ' s11lle1s ':tn1111111 lll1• vergence. \. e t..c.c fl)'i<. 1'. LI at !tie vergcncr~ rattler lhan .. .. Ile 111crt:<15CS 'l~ 10 ..vo1d 1rr1Lat111g the Au1ateran c1l 1:r 1nd o hrde 11 from dark <"o1de Force users and S1Lll (<. ~ c.1ally when trying lo wrest control from each other Even when Acablas is aligned wilh a user's Force mclina· lion.. It11<·• Acabla:. 11 tidd iliOll.'tv<-r.\ cllarC1cle1 rllClV sµenct iJ @on anY crit. 1ntient :ivlrlli 1 lJpgr c1du l11c clif11c ultv of all cllecks lo st 1 c11.r 1r. t r111c sucl1 as a solar eclipse or WIH.l a ~)rrgh1 ~101 Id. Stone overlooks once provided exLerior training areas outside of the funnel AUXILIARY BUILDINGS Fe\v caretakers lived vvithin the temple. The aux lliary buildings contained research facilities. ending rt' t ~ l>o\!e the c. While the effecl is greatest in the cenote. replacement parts. The buildings have suffered greatly since the Clone Wars ended. it is nol easy to withstand or work within 1ts bounds. living quarters. but thJt overwhelm the senses of less talented or experienced user\ ACABLAS VERGENCE RULES When making Force power checks or using Force ta1ents within the Acablas vergence. but they aren't constant What'~ consistent is Lhe presence or a variety of lesser effects that skilled Force users can keep at bay or under control..pie c. the Jedi Ten1ple l1as a fo1 mal path l11a1 ascends a 1nonumental stair to reac l1an opening about llarr~vay up the funnel on ils outer slope. ' . the c. add automatic 0 0 to :tie check if the vergence is aligned with the light.u I\ sid<' 1"01< l' ll'l'I) tit' . The most recent stone and metal struc tures are adjacenL to a landing zone for Jedi ships. tilt' rcnr::wtl ll<ive Lile d11r1culty of 11is cllccks uµgraJed or ol l he SP~SIOll ..t ror ri hcd . 50uc11 . n11i1~r lh I I . data libraries.Jl1~ r~e nJl!J iuachn1 so hcc:im as tie rion 11 Je Lot ha th .THE SITH PYRAMID • • ' • t I 1 ""' I .c1lion The vergencu 1s usually aligned wrlli Liu: lighl sid<! 01 1h(· Force.f•ll IJe c11re l(l ll 1111. r1er llcips influenced by u1e abundanc'' 01 1 1 .ll<H 11( lt'I 111L1Sl ' w1111out ll' Uli ( hrc I< dS pa tl or Lht~ ri Luci I.·1 c•<ttr ' 111 Y flOWPt Ill· 1 rJut ne1tl1er holds perr11ar11. bul 1t can 3lso enhance roresighL and provide useful guidance These errects may happen at any Lime. 'j I f I I I rr II I lll f' l If I ' t 1 nr l 11 1n' l r ' ( ( llr opr. v~rgenc. . its outer edges extend beyond the rirn of Aca's Funnel [see page 80). I fie ligr1L ~..Hll sway over lltL' loc.ast Jedi t\ iaster and apprentrcr 11 s1 ·r\'C I as caretakers Ltiere \\!ere recalled Lo Coruscant near the end of t '1e Clone:> \o\'ars and \Vere caughl up 1n Order 66 The terr. In acld1t1on.. and should only OCClll dlll lllG clfl tlll'P111. espec. lkt' I Flll'll I" 111 c s <y.idP 'JfJf>os 111011 1. The vergence is used primarily to Lest individuals.. 11'. l • l • THE JEDI TEMPLE T C" Jech Order 11Gid tne Acablas Ruins from !he end ol Lile s~ unc 1rr t Sith Emp. 1g 1l 111 Ille star systern HO\'. and training rooms. A small number lrved in chambers on ils exterior side on occasion Any Jedi Masters \oVith Padawans resided n nearby auxiliary buildings to protect their wards from the vergence. due to its proximity to the veigence.enote opening Sith dlclle Oti r11ua s on the baleon\."'):t nds ove1 1he runnel. 1ev1s .o art 1 IJy 2 . Auratera page 48) The ..1ol11t r l J t n or 11 path l•ned \v1Lh t l t li l ti e once lurmal ent1d'1Ce ' t j .l: 11 lllp'> w1t l1111 tin• \'lll eenL<' t~vile. The vergence's alignn1ent seen1s to S\\'1trh ill rJndo 01 lirnes (and should happen wl1en the Gtvl choosesl H '~\.re unt1 latt? 1n the Clone Vvars They •r eated 1t n1ore as ar arcllaeorogrcal site than an acuve ten1 o e 1r1 order Lo c. .P 1s rnuch less• stable. and n1ore L11a11 one pprern1r-e 'Tlet ttre1r end rere r .ons1sts of t\\IO tO\'iers flanking a tall central bu1ld1ng on rhe runnel's nn1 Underground chambers and older st1 uctures are built tnlo Lile srde of the funnel \!\/here as the S1tt1 Pyramid 1s entered at the too 01 Lhe nm.. dtld SPl'lld (tltlt1.J (01 0 If Ill' is d d.

if the GM feels the circumstances or a PC's actions warrant it).tc" t 111 R . and must also have a close personal bond to the first character (such as that between Master and student).onct:ntnc. the Padawan enters the Ordeal while Master waits 1n the entrance hall in a deep meditative As the Padawan travels through the catacombs.The PC can reattempt failed checks.. hoping the Par. . the spire was 1vorked in such a 1vay that 1t could screw 1tse1r into the ground ltke a bolt to seal off the entrance..v~ I e rnak1ng Fo1ce rower checks 01 using e talt!lts lo add() lo one other c11arac1er's next check during the current round (or Within the next five minutes in narrative time). 0 go. · f()rc .rt f10"1 allO\l' t f' \\'110 e 5 le rt. friends. The other character must also be within tile Lothal Temple. owdn r~n overcome Lhe v1s1ons and return."""1ri ldtltudc . and takes a step toward letting go of attachments... thr1 Master waits in the entrance hall . the J~dl ho:lo1ved oul the cen tral spire and built 1v1th1n it J broad circular room The spire was set back 1n place.1ttacl1n1ent. Some old records make oblique mentions of the temple and its ordeal.i grand entrance was built into it For added securi· t~.-"' " existed unde1 ground. I l' 11011t.. 1 or tJn t Th s meg::il th c str uc llrr1 ~ < ornpoc:. Failure 1neans lhal the PC was unable to overcon1e personal attachments throughout tl1e Ordeal. Success means the PC can dispel the illusions. both lvlaster and student must commune with the stones to ra :>e •. most of the scant infor· mat1on kept aboul Lothal was lost.. or W1th1n the Lothal TE>rnple. IL also became a place for Padawans to face their nrsr real challenge as fledgling Jedi.LOTHAL JEDI TEMPLE S\. "I" LOTHAL VERGENCE RULES \Vt...t d w con c. 1ucJg111en t 01 1ule ltll' PC"s dt•c1sions. a character rnay spend • Renerat"d h 1 . TH'E LOTHAL VERGENCE: THE ORDEAL '?lie trial 1n the temple at Lothal probes the nature of the re1ationsh1p between Jedi Master and Padawan. tJ Successfully negotiating the Ordeal and locating the cen tra l 11all means that the PC has taken a step closer to lhro1v ing off his attach1nents to others. but PCs who exceed their strain threshold have failed the trial and receive I 0 Conflict (or more. u. Jl~d1 p1lgr11ns passing lhrough the Outer Rin• pped to construcl Lile Lothal Temple. . To enter.ten1 rnJp HISTORY l . plus an additional I strain for every uncanceled ~§> .•st>mb'es a T Ile ~lte is not 1ust a s1mp l'"' 11 ru liO\\'C'\ c>r It ts a so t11e site of a po1verful re' . To make an entry hall. he is ~t t>y pov. l'leanwh1le. The Jedi soon real ized that the vergence was concerned with explo11ng the nature of a Jedi's attachment to ot hers and ho1v those attachments related lo that Jedi's service to the Force.: nd ) 111ddC'11 Jedi Tcrnple 1tl\> 1 r r'llti\'l: sol1r S\ c. 1r1v:.ind ~(. For C\an1ple.1 c•~ c. a PC wl10 generates tJ tJ rnay learn ho\\' lo ca1e about ill05l' 11ei11 hy 1vil11out letting t11osc attachrnents cloud the PC i. POWERFUL VERGENCES IEXUS OF' PCJW¥:R . and ..inderstand their significance. of an tlnr rnt 1 . 1nb out lrorr t!•r ~r 1e I kc nppk \ 1n a PC111d illl . With the fall of the Jedi Order. and it soon became representative of lhe bond between Master and student.he central spire from its bed and reveal the temple's ertrance Once inside. c.i • .. . \'\' • o Ltrl Ii~ l l \C'd 111lo h I the f'O. Failure means the PC lashes out in an attempt to affect the visions and suffers 5 strain.ttinP sp1'l' do ens ol 111c. A Padawan embarking on the ordeal is subjected to visions of terrible fates befalling the Pada\-van's Master and those closest to the Padawan. but only someone who has a strong command of Jedi history would .!'\\11 tn Lolll 1 c.. and family..erful v1s1ons of his Master... . The maiority of the T. The character must make a Vigilance check or Seek power check to disHard pel illusions. l11esc results can be spent to give llle PC au cfitional 111sigl1l into lhr nal urc of . 1e at · ra. Large caverns \\'ere embellished with stone and tile to create mediL3tlOl1 and study rooms. built into a pre-ex1st1ng net' :t of caverns Corndors and chambers were vv1dened 'ld shored up 1'V1lh ornate stone pillars. If a Player Character ge11erates any O or @ on t11e cl1eck.p~>f co'~ IJIJ<I'> rnonu to be Lilt: ni111c.

lc· 1)1 I-. the lun11nous c.l H111111111 U1c 1r ('l<Jic·c ll'rl <le ~l1n. 01 tioll1 Despite the aay night cyLle..1ort1s.u Of'r. '·1. He t-1 p1crc111g blue eyes and moves slowly as though bc-ser 0 grcal age I le speaks with a deep but C1red voice 'Nnen ~ '•al-.g1. He is quick to a'.C'll l\l'C111~ to lll'. pin pricks of st irs "e thee~ es of stal"-1ng creatures stare d0\\111 at the un\\dr~ These stars conrorn1 to no kn0\\'11 constc lla t1on or ilrrangernenl Upon 1eavir1g ~ 1lortis.11v not r 1er1turcs of flesh and blood c1rl~ THE FATHER I Ile rat Iler Lypically appears as a w1zene:d old huriar.o f. .. I IH' C.11rr llllCOlifllf'I lt1JC l' lllll:lli{!Pr\I l10lflg'..:.Jt1ur1 "' 1 .cnrr..ape ol 1~1 ePn c111d b e anJ b own that seen'" to he tl1c "'ca1 nJllOll ol hll' 1lSl'll TJ:t o.. nt tht e 1 M vi ~1orus e\p@rtC'llt c n plcH e \\'l1t fl' 1lle •• r. THE FATHER.. dra\\'n inexplicably through the Force Sometimes t\1ort1s manifests as an enormous diamond-shaped structure 1\'ith a door that opens to allow a ship n Other individuals could simply walk trlfOUgh a The Son is a white-skinned male nurra: c oid who chooses to incarnate h msa dressed head to toe in black crimson tattoos co~ering "iS 'act His eyes glow a menaoog !PC color.l\•I l ' ll \I I 111\\1 'l I 1th l 1. ncally lhlC'C lllClerS tall..· and thrives on conr cl . "e antas\ Tho<:.1dr\ vnd I. land~i:. nla'1ts \\'1thcr. the Father can defend himself.llS llll\l (11\'cllrll 'tlt: " r \l 1. gray scone. Ll1€:f(' lt. 1 • •-. :s ~1e:u:ef\i• \1110 lllC hghl ll .~ua 1 c11HJ llu• l>1u1nl1l.1·r. t11e light simply con1es At Lake <HlY form 'hey rJi"' .irHl l1kc:lv .. 111c 1ir1fcucr(•<J d11r~ <>r<IP the D 1s llH' purt· l1cll1 •.11gtt1 keeping r:11ller ore r(om ~vt1clr11111H tlH' 0L1lc~1 Each <. 1hi i l'd II ll I h''" ' ' A PLACE OF PURE FORCE l \\ 1' ' l1. 1-lis responses may come across as crypuc or oon~e~ sical.h..~:ing~s \\hen the night 1. lhe beosls that ro::\n r-.\ · t\ 1")ftlS. or act co contiv 6 ther lhc Son or the Daughter.0111cs \\hen tre 11ght u1 ·appears... tll \ \ \ \ ' r..reJt1.eeks inside find t11at only seconds have passed since they left . and he speakS 1'1 a~eas ant but firm and cornrnard • voice..ltc. • Ll1P color and consistency or a smoorr.he: Folhcr 1s the m£·<l • ator . l\'VC• 1 l1llclr1'11 111•.1\"y Ill \\ t 111d l ~ C. '. THE SON GEi I ING TO MORTIS No one finds t\1ortts: they only find themselves 1n 1t. inleracling with the Father can be an exercise in fn.. beings who spent days or .re:s \Jn .i ' ... " '' te out~1Jethe~"'1ax\ t111dr11-. or he may be so direct and blunt that he can ...31 someone's secrets bare.11 1Inv..MORTIS c \ I' \ • • t t .l\U('L'\l'll\llll 11' \ ·~~ "her. 1itt''.C' l111c·v l1e1np'.~ till' fDll.h 1l '" 1 1' I lit I pl ll t' 111ld 11. '" hr<.. llv 1 \\ ti Ir 1vt'li d 11c1ctt• r(J111r in<J lflllf In ~A t I 1111 ti lr· ''' w.c l lll' I lu ht• \ \l h l . I\ 1~11 ll \ l \. ana cl sc:ild1ne rain ffl ·. there 1s no d1sLer111ble sun 1n tne sh.l)Jl 1c·p1f'<..::nt1~ .>u L~l lllu e ea~o l In a roihnP. Wllh n long flow1ng beard and . ~ 1 nr t 1 Ai I ' 111<..Cir11aL1or1c' of tt·I(: r()rcr .. o! a \\olld (1\1ts1c. I ' Pl .. · 1 n si.C' l Oll\1'lt!. THE SON AND THE DAUGHTER • ~11111v dc1nl:c1ri11~ 1ir111n 1ls 1r1on1 M()rlt'i I'" 1 v1.. JI c. \\110 11nd thl'!l1Sl'l\l'5 sOllll'llt>\\' ' .y as blt1ck 3 end e~~ night An\ being stuck \\ 1thoul st1e1 let c1L 111ghl risks death from the ran.

she appears as a tall.j • er s1ue of her feathered body.. The only hin ts o II!'( \JC<l(jl w11 k ·d Y abil11. the visions he sees are universally terrible and tainted by the Son: designed to dnve the PC to the dark side (The GM should not tell the player this!) e POWERFUL VERGENCES ..oiect to tpe Son's charms JF an~ v s1tors are Forcese'lSc· .se his ta•gets to see dreams and • s1ons and he not hes tate to b ataritly deceive ti1s victims to get them :. A massjve pair of snow-white wings flre. she can seem sad and far older than her youthful appearance might suggest. The Daughter often chooses to remain invisible.. and at the latter's base lies an open courtyard. and anyone on the Inside who tned to map the building would quickly find that it Is. looking out upon Che Son's domain. humanoid woman Her long.. though her concern <. leads up to a dagger-like point. the GM). add 0 0 to the check. Normal notions of time and space are meaningless in Mortis.rJ1Js b rdl'k h . 11 n1E>r~l{ rc~r rlPfends I. MORTIS VERGENCE RULES When making Force power checks or using Force talents within Mortis.. an enormous glo\ving green orb winks malevolently into the perpetual night surrounding the Cathedral.J • f ._ jj II~_.. Partway up the center tower. and a. and hallways. .. if the PC uses any to generate () for this vision. the Daughter. of course..MORTIS LOCATIONS 1\-1 •is . the GM should have him make a Foresee power check (he counts as having the basi11: power even if he normally would not). i. Tiny meditation roon1s open into enormous chambers in which thin ~ridges cross impossibly deep chasms Glo~ving symbols covenng the \valls and floors correspond to no recognizable language. . white dress that spills around her 'eet and always remains spotlessly clean.mb to arger or rage.()me across as reserve or disinterest. oubliettes.. the structure is a series of prison cells. THE MORTIS VERGENCE: BALANCE ABOVE ALL Mortis is a powerful vergence of both light and darkness. p~ 1am1d hke structure atop a rocky spire From the outside. glowing crystal at its pinnacle 1s visible for kilometers 1n any dtrect1on On the 1ns1de. ' 1 c ead. Any bonuses granted by the vergence are ultimately in the control of these three beings (and... ~ THE SrM THE DAUGHTER . and Force users can more easily see their futures and those of their allies.e the Son auempts to move them to the dark side. and her skin seems to glow in any amount of sun. h<·r green hair a majestic feathered ruff offsetting her 'IOtor. A circular base. willowy. ard ar:1 ttat he can rnan1pulate or use against his family are '3000 si. or the Father. • . s1gn1ficant ly larger than its exterior dimensions would allo~.ght She wears a long.~ak capping h<. destroy the Daughter.. ·-~ The Son would love nothing more than to overthro1\I his Father. Smaller towers ring the larger one. The Force user may spend () to see a year inlo Lhe future (this replaces the usual duration upgrade) and may activate Lhis multiple times... -- .1 noble face....1•.he 1•ih1ms of the Fa •I r 1.. He 1s a master schemer and manipulator. At some point during a character's stay in Mortis. However. is a vast circular window before which sits an enormous throne. .. black tower he refers to as his Cathedral. Any Conflict a PC receives while in Mortis is doubled..:ir tio\'vC'Vt:'r even 1f thclf locations \ary THE MONASTERY • -- " The Father can olten be found 1n his tv1onastery. tiny rooms. .used to action. • 1 r • - il'1e Son IS &e most direct of the rhree inhabitants or J lort5 He greets Visitors to assess their usefulness to him. a!i in ll11s form are her large claws and the 111. t' Son ~·1d the Daughter There is a pair of piaces that (l( ippt .. but when we does take visible form. In moments of reflection. much like the ribs of some giant beast. lhe Daughter appears as a winged ~ifliri. hatching plans that can L3ke m1llenn1a to come to fruition He revels in the fury of comba'. (.o suca. Inside. and incarnates himself as an enormous winged qerion when entering into a fray. VV!-ieri r<. The Daughter is constantly on guard against the Son's !ates! schemes She knows that he will attempt to man1puate v1s11ors.. rooms and comdors shift and don't correspond to any intentional floor plan. Her main goal is toS<:e that visitors escape Mortis safely. - . including wijr111ng them about the dangers of Mortis. Everything that occurs in Mortis does so at the discretion of the Son. It is made of impossibly black rock that seems to reflect no light vvhatsoever. He ca~ ca. . the t\ lonastery appears to be some kind or temple. ~a r. so she offers what protection she can.he· helpless or offers succor lo lhose THE CATHEDRAL The Son has created a tall. teal-green hair fans around her F. Above the to\ver. and escape Mortis.. While in griffin face.:JV" ~ ~- . c" 1ng1ng 1Jndstdpe can ne'ver truly be mapped 1 lh n 111'> cir pprcJrs or vdn1shrs ill I.)d Lo 1?1th .

an ands ci. so rt does ttirough space time its · pesrrY cted ta . but f\~aster Ou1-Gon's sptnt lived on after his death. Tu those who can sense the Force. or even weeks and not be disturbed. 111•1 S -. mundan . that ca ll them home. These creatures only exist wlto1n the Wellspring of Life. . small planets. he may pass into the nebula unharmed. his ship seeming to fly without his guidance. with no memory of how he got there.. He can restart his vessel. the pilot may end up on the far side or the nebula in a powered-down ship.. forming entrre. Though cracked rock and clay cover the entirety of the surface.r1 rul lighl side 'c1 gc•nces 111 I Ile gala'' ll 1s thought tlti~l cJll llfe 1na\ ha' e 011g111ntcd f1on1 such ii \"eltt'ncl' Jnd the \ \ rllspring n1a\ l>e 1vher e the Fo1 cc could be g \en forrn dnd \'Otce END Jedi f\lasle1 Ou1 Con Jinn hrst recognized the 11nportance of \\ellspnngs of Life not long before his dealll al U1e hands of Da11h f\1aul He began studying these vergences. even the ground itself resses norrna1 Finally. . days. great geysers of light erupt.1e1111ric laws an seem-. he is deemed unworthy). .> where else. Characters may find a beloved childhood pet wrapping its tail around their leg. LIFE AND BEYOND Meditating within the Wellspring of Life allO\\IS a being co t'e" · arh anvcome closer to the Living Force than is possible ne ~. its ship's systems soon shut off and go inactive. Just as the Living Force connec ts ever\ t1ons . Prior lo tl1e end or Lhe Clone Wars. c · ·· low space occupies the center or the worlcl f'llg d t 1 dl hol clouds and drifting islands or solid earth ju11 el. AN ISLAND OF LIGHT IN THE GALAXY LIFE IN THE WELLSPRING The Wellspring of Life that Yoda journeyed to appeared as a planet deep in t11e heart of the galaxy. · er senses and Lhe galaxy It 1s 11ere that the Force us F rce 0 Lion between Lhe Living Force and the Cosmic tieIng. Then.rv1ng things: trees. There is a clean punry to the stark features that belies any notion of bareness associated with this 11C5 ill I 11{'. ~ beings perceive as ltnear into an 1nterconne the conr. ctiaracters may encounter creatures here that ex ist nowhere else in the galaxy. Scanners cannot penetrate the nebula.. then pinpointing several locat1011s vvllere Liley might be round. Yoda finished what Ou1 ·Gon had started learning the location of the \r\fellspring of Life.-1 I rl lC'~t· 1. Deep w1th1n the swamps. vibrant ecosystems populated by uncountable creatures. A nebula of golden gas envelops the Wellspring. as 1r~poss1ble as il is awe inspirin A .. Force users can travel through these jungles for hours. and anyone attempting to remove one finds that the animal vanishes upon leaving. They do not even require sleep..11 . first lheo riz1ng about lhei1 existence. Yoda journeyed to Dagobah. These dangers are those of the sou l and psyche. and hunger will not bother them. s d the a11111 . animals will not attack them. but any attempt to reenter the nebula generates the same result.d · n s<. and if one attempts to enter. eysers. • 1111(f 111 l •y t 11l' St)lllC or t11 e st1 ong1:. WITHIN THE WELLSPRING The space witt11n the world rJcfies all know . the planet has a breathable atmosphere and is perfectly hospitable. 1111• I o11 t' t•ti 'I Sllll)l'l 1111 1'<. Should he attempt to fight unresponsive controls (or if.THE WELLSPRING OF LIFE )f l llt' I IVtllH t Oml' \CrgC'll(l'I. Instead.1 pull' nv IOl ll'>l'\I 1v111g "' p JC~ c'lrt' k!lO\\I) JS •\ \('lli. C'S an<J flo1vs tlllOllP. · wh3!. perhaps. ing Force itself. y1ng through the: light and into the planel's interior.A"·ross the surface or the planet. A Force user can begin to visuallze con . ose still air Does nger a s phvsic Force sens ~ eone 1v1r aDO'iverful con r IS 1tans1t1on ca . If the pilot trusts in the Force and lets it guide him. The dangers of a normal jungle are absent within this Wellspring of Life. glovving with the warm radiance of a sunrise.. Hts study 1vas cul short by his untimely demise. ell 1urn1ng of t? present.i tho~t"' edd1ec. it is as though lif itself were boiling rrom deep within the world . colll 1 t lllU. llkt' ti \<t~I l USilllL 111/1 • ' ' • . st 1nd rnJSI po1. nec'1C . . rocks."1Cl·" .. and he was eventually able Lo contact Yoda and tell his old fnend aboul his studies. One who i~ brave or wise enough can descend into one of the g fl · . the Force user underst t£ or connections between the living things and uianima jects: clothing. If the pilot manages to pierce to the heart of the nebula • he flnds a planet at its center. w1tr11_a111ber ' ~cs o strange These creatures are creations and expressions of the IJy. or catch a glimpse of a long-extinct animal from a planet consumed by a supernova thousands of years ago. illl' llctlllltll l'('llC:t'l11•1lll)llS t f-01\p ll'l'lf \\ ht'n H plJ( (' tc0n1s \\'llll 1111'. a planel where the vast amount or nalive life rnade a natural focal po1nl lor the Force. between I. and exotic plants grow on these islands. Other dangers exist within the Wellspring. however. the Force user's understanding surpa •thire1n 1!le · of tune .

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JO.:j" as.. Unique qua ht es. "d Vlf'. a ~'!'Pft.a light S!df> vergenre If it 1s a dark side vergence.e wills Sornf: v::rgenc. ~~ff:[~~'!'. a erect< a. Vergence strength 2. Players 1nteresreo '" se.:TION RULES T <1l./ . I CREATING VERGENCES " frJrr. • r.stery flt fnr< C I il l(:rf!I... ::: ' 5WJ. this 1s why the qualities prese~ted in the specific vergerces ear1ier in this chapter may not match with the options presented here. STREN GTH Fo~ lr'e purposes of gameplay.wr anrJ sn3oe -"tr de·.J""e ~ t... the PC e1.i.~.VERGENCE CR . ~ e . their characte~s accordingly. "~ii j • ...J f t. bul unlike a sit~. as detailed below: Minor Vergence: VVhen making Force pov.e Gf\1 should ue we exper1e'"tce to that PC's ~'1oraflt) oaci<gro .lfl' JJ(:<..l ·.\hose charac~ers have experienced a trial to ampl f~ the emotiona strength or weakness of their tvloraliry as befits the trial result for at least the remainder of the sessior Griless a ~rial is specifically 1nd1cated as being repeatab e a cnaracter can only undergo that trial at a spec1!ic vergence once . a Force-sensitive character adds ar automa: rc O result to the check rf the iergence is .in t.iergence. r . 1JllOw1nr~ P{)rc.~ "tJ ~ t) ~u E::. (•vt•fyth1np.Je< hvlnt~ (•flOrfly hr.!J to f1c:rf<>rrn iyea' ft'-tl~ Ttus (. /. :"J t ~ r~ /f:(ffa' '. . t... 1tw1 Forl ': c~nf~r{ y flr. . the qualities and benerts presented here are " tended to be very general exampies of poss'bilitres tl1e Giv1 can use for vergences he creates.:. " J e~ Y.1ergences fall into one of two strength categories.£:n'trllv'(.~ rt. arid rJround ~omc l"J..'S ·11~"'* 1 eas !:r to aca:.J.Jrne~ of person_al insight.:1ers' JC>Urnt. . shoula be unique. s IJ. 3t f:~'Ji llf ttif: . t~llOff•CJ t(J '. 1e jj r'* " . J... ·~ ..arlr. the PC riust succeed on a check to resist r1s dar1<er riature..Vlf.. Vergencc otJjects are typically only of m1nuf or rnoderate strength... -. Tt ':"1. -:oma~·ca .r~!'}(.rt~.R:irrr." -. r '.hollcngc~ ~lc>ng rJl:..~' ·Je''>"".c:icllon dct.-.s <i' u e force• . energy of th~ Force While no t\\'O vergences are exact.. lflr. e· veig. 1 Force~sensftive results to the check ir the a tn3l. o "! ~ !Jli't ~(!'. • /'. they off'?r murJrhty Vcrgenccs also have associated alignments. Vergence alignment 3. or rieurra . getting the chance to rolep1ay ou• .f r ~ .'t!>se 2. tJ.'tf~ ..c.' r ~ a" r.1 or create their own. tnnrj1ni~ Lhc: Jy.~.d "g tre . a ~. "~t U:Sl fi·.r In 'A)ffl '~ pl!lre.)d Minor neutral vergences provide no mechanical bene 1 f but Force users w1Lh1n feel more confident and connected '. The i.-. The vergence's unique quality . by their very nature._ '1..{ ~· {j< " f. • -:i .es fJ"OV1rJ': • a :.e is .. r11tn Force users exit a :r1a fore..~ (J'A ~ho J fj '...g:t"".l:Jxy t.f~( tr.y alil< u.e (f .. for C1Mf1 ''' rrt:. unique quallties CMs mighL select a quality rro1 Table 2. dark side vergerii:es..1.enc!.)•-:.s should encourage p1ayers .o/r. t. a :t. Players should ro epia..1 .periences Visions or llusioris that offer a d ffi-cull moral choice. thl! rule:... umQ .V ~.'.f.en"f!. I!> 1ria~e for r!X( lllrlC. t.! .~"'~'"/. which dererrr·ne several factors for a verr:'. tle needs to choose and deflne three core elements of the vergence 1.1: Sample Vergence Unique Qualities ~11 pagepi:ige 9t. a GM must hr~t idenufy it as a site or oh1cct.i:. Jed archrV!Sts and researchers have managed to classrf1 KnO\'ln vergences into various types..g Forti: •::i:e1 ts within a rr1nor . VERGENCE STRENGTH AND ALIGNMENT E~ery vergence 1s an access point to the checks 0 ~ ~s­ i· ..' ce ? '...'O • r. When a GM creates a vergence using his rules.r.. Ma· us • Jor Vergence: When making Force power checks or .':e.:... ...:t..:.s own :ergen.Je!. 1:1rJ1e. Givl.." pU\'fPrful torrC'r11 r. '~~ :..p'~C.ergences...1 'Jf '1 a·'~ v' J lj' ~1 fr.i. . a Force S\?ns1tive character adds an automatic • result tn\tc.her ci1a"f'Oc~er fa ng ·re trial and gaining Conflict from t Otrie~ 1se....: "'~ ti'! f1'J1/. Vergences rr'ighr be light side vergences.~.:Jlfl·O~ ':!"l<:.u3 ~es ~ e GM could add to n.e '.i. - OO ~ 1~ •ii UNIQUE QUALJTIES lo er cat c a verccnce.s sr:>eo~ \'11th tf.. characters to me dar1': side may cnoose to fa. nd or rllouva~10:.ype of check 1s defined by the vergence. aorJ r. ~ I) ' :. mcmr>rable C..r la'c·nts WJthrn a ma1or •:ergence. :w • ai.f:..t. 1rig srrengths.rJr..f.Id •t .ll !1 geneta Y only select one uniq!Je quality for a ve gence Tab! VERGENCE TRIALS ':vren a Force-sens1ave PC e'lters a vergefice Note. a F41''~b.$. • :.~ ~·r ~ < • • (I~'.J~ra rt f.ryr toward I orcc rn..(.e·'f thar<ic. " 'lf.1er charged. and each ::>f these types exists ir .'/.urrt11Jn<J'.t: ....tr1 V<:rgr:nr. having under gone a significant spir·rua..Ile .• <i!l1s automaLH '.c>!'" Ltr'~" C!i"ll VCI ecncel:'! lrl the rOrc.i u~ F-»rc...

..r. ::i r step tCl1'\·ards atone_rnent Al tt•e end if• r1:0 :.g-f:irg:m.ard SJa .cour.. r."'~ --_ ~· reucally iJSe a ergerce to cc. ~s Cc-.....ffi-: } w aa:: a~ encounter at a +ra i=-~e-c2 -::o rhe s.herr alfies. They c. sight.111r: ed a rneas.. enhanctng 1mmer1'ton within a campaign THE JEDI TRIALS Be'ore ttte dark umes \'•hen tre Jed Orde ic sub.ected Padawa~ to a se~ es of five ter _v....=::.'ergenc:es can even funGion as headQ1. rre _ :1il a: a c· o am ~:...Jarrers for a part P'"Ov1d1ng them v.TABLE 2-1: SAMPLE VERGENCE UNIQUE QUALITIES _ I T • P( t I T k I ~ I • - ~- 'lr 11 e PC e'lc.e": ara .1r......s •r ~ :i.1f': ng spec "ic rno'e .1s to Jse 1n a campaign.-:. -=-es~ 3~_: r.... the PC 1s c. r~ "'"tt.ard st1 • strong Jedi Tnals before they could become Je Ksts knol\n as the a POWERFUL VERG~NCES q grrrs The fr\e uaditional t ests \~ere of sk· 1• cot. "· de J .e"1:::11~ 1 ~. s:i grQ\-.15£.t h tov.~ se ~...ea:...f PCs \1oraliry offers a grea.l ..:_ir:: .A. s oe chara rer r.he PC c ' ri r l+"le P( mJSl tradt fe u.1th a pov1erfuJ resource aga. ~e·1era:..-~ d~"':i~I""" l\4ake a Hard C t t t JDiscipline check Suc.: leasl an hour a character may make an A verage D"'isd p line c:ieck s.ects l. but some are particv lar _.g-' ~ca-: s..1= i:"lov:~ checK he rna~s ~ i.: ro the Lghr side or ·ne car}: or grant v1s1ons that lead me PCs ro adventure \. rz 1'ergence for a.. Force poV\ers might be amp '1ed or J • r~!e a~ rr e s re..:. eat this vergence f11m1ted to once per sess1onl .~ ronsumed by rage a·1d ga ns 10 Corfl: t µlus an aCJOI ~ ~ · ...1~:...t>1s should ro 2al 9 arid 1·1[·e3si: ••c :..Y .ounte'"S the PC s . ergence deepe'1s a pracuuoners cor riec'1r•r ·r 'he Fore::: ::..... The natures o: tljese erha"cernen3 ar. se-.~8::-"' .:..:pDC"TI..grt chat a 0 1..ed mats 'il\l{)f• ties: 3! -ergc ..Jt· ~ oT'"y ::...-.:cE: an: ":) tr all Force D(Mer checks tne character mav. .. ..... "1:. () to ncrease thet me they can -see nto tre futJre oy one ye~..Jncc '?:>Jr'~--' trad tora J ed i Trials C1 15 :riZ 6'°' .v1ng IJ!!rgenc:es a r ch h1srory provides a '.iJ ma ~ ) :r::: a:i~ tJ nr to the check...T ttie :1-:.. to lend a sense oi accomplis.....or surned br r3gt. means t!1e PC ha!> derno•str::r.:~st furure clla~~ enges f na ly.. g.r resolving CGnf' rt arid ac ~st ng f\1<>~1 ty..= ~ l L•ving Force \'ergence Meti1tat ng at t. the Force car sl7o . .....: Force user's JO.::ir• "a.. V1~e· ustng tfle Foresee po1vs 'oran equ1vatert ab1hty Fore~ use~~ :11e e g::1~ ~ .i"le cha-act...:es cally the iJi1als of spirir a·11 ris: gnt TRIAL OF SPIRIT . useful for amount fa1 .. lo• a oar.i"f!lg :1:-==of the Empir~ don't ar s ·•er iB ~ . tl'le pla. ...c..j"" .rage ~:. Force user may add a number ofO rio greaier thari Force ratrg :D :.a Con• 1m for ev~r ··~t @ Tnal of Sacr fice "'"'he u1a C'ut..est a Force user's commltmer.c" ... Conflict to add @ :o -he check.t£ :7s~ for the resr." r+t J *' ENHANCING VERGENCES All vergences strengthen a character's connec:ior to the Force. The character may also Lry and push the Force to r~vsal :.e•f :. • t(a does not ha... pl aadd1uona 1 Corll1ct for e\e!) n"' {§~ 1 me and space are MOre fiu a at t'"'JS vergerce..and ::Orce users.J.:...[Bf(IC-"3:: . or they might provide ar .~J th f( 1 Success rneans t:he PC h~s a ::: r:o:-c...nciergc rg a ifia shot. - = 4 \l\'h1!e t. benef t for the rest of rhe sess or USING A VERGENCE IN A CAMPAIGN Vergences a·e powerful toofs for cr..:n:i~g a:·& .. aqd "13".st tiaLed -.lavorful bao:ground..E: PC ffiJS'L ma! e Q Hard £ t t t Jti.r. of rr-1e sess1cr Cosmic Force Vergence \Vhen a character rreo1rates ar tr·s vergence.·'le•p r.3" .y Ti.i lhe nrernall~ foc..e LC De r.:.:i:i::~ althougr this veers ·ri rhe d rectron of the dark side The character r:1ay sp::rd ')')l).any tri11Jgs.p.s..r=~:::t:m li :-!'.r ~· .. re of seren· t1 and 11r1::. • v.= d.i c. and the oast .u~:: of .-s a :.n r.. ru:: . °'3' :. d oe a s. \Nrile those 1earr rg tc .:i::::_v-a:.. Mora ty by I.

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believed to be a by-product of the competitive nature of their homeworld. Their elongated skulls house two large eyes. but there is no clear physiological basis for this preference..11 A' e unco' er -earv· co11unue a jou1 ney after they ha\ ihe1r fe~ · 1evant to in their current location that 1s re " • a .l1c1sm t... relatives join the performer as an entourage. 1nctud1ng Pod racing.=u= 'J • Sturdy Frame: Aleena begin rre ga.includ1ngAle<~n.NEW SPECIES T he F-orcc (. de\ oung . They rejoice in their kin's success and offer comfort at times of disappointment.. often sharing interlinked rooms within a larger structure.tJ..p()f'j <)flt>n ll:!V el fn1 fr on1 U1e11 tldllVP ~yst<>ms to fulllll 1111'11 Gft>sltn11>•i 1111r. working as entertainers or ath'etes Others take on service with military groups Their sn1all stature makes them ideally suited Lo roles as explorers o .o fund their travels... often in the form of compeli uve spot ts. ~0c lion pr csent~ St'Vl. tooth-filled mouth The curvature of their mouth suggests a perpetual smile to many non-Aleena. __. n1ak1ng tllern a cornrnon sight Lhroughout lhe galaxf Reno\vned f01 thcrr qu1c kness and adaptab1hty.e i~ the Durable talent... In cases where a single Aleena travels as a performer.. Homeworld: Aleen Minor is an Inner Rim world and the species' planet of origin.!1 al ~pcc1rs that f!n 11>1 at t r>xplortJt1011 or the wider gcilaxv. and n1any dernons[rate tilgh !e'e ~reir .~ _of ph)S:' BardotLans are charactenst1cally 1 1 . Instead.\y I llOC. a world in the Mid Rim that many galacuc cit11ens understandably confuse with the Aleena world of origin l heir population has grown substantially through their travels.. a11d the planet is home to such vicious predators as sagcatcher:.t \\1110 lll'31 (llld (Jfl~Wl'r llD v~hlt. smaller than a 'erage ard co1. a broad nose.\e!l to as well They are often scholars.hat f<ir moro Aleena live elsewhere 1n Lhe galaxy Lhan on Aleen Minor Languages: All Alecna are fluent in Lheir native language of Aleena Most also learn Basic.. rrequenl travelers. ..eJ tlie g.!ion~'?'~ Society: Aleena are fiercely loyal to their families.vt•(y '>Pt cu~ 111 1tH· eala.. Mature Aleena average about eighty centimeters in height Unlike many reptilian species.. It is rare for an Aleena to travel alone. il Coo·d~ ~ above rank 2 during characte" creatio" ~ ~-~ c. This strong connection continues when they travel beyond their worlds of origin.cJll~ lo rnen1l)r1<. SPECIES ABILfnEs • Wound Threshold: 8 + s~a· • Strain Threshold: J 0 WI powe· • Starting Experience: 95 XP • Special Abilities: A1eena beg r ·~e game • ~ ~ ra· 1n Coord1nat1on The:r st -r. It held membership in the Galactic Senate for rn1llennia.3 ' pursuit or U1eir research Acaaemic ·eo all 1n o. Visitors to their homes and world are often surprised by the food's intensity.LEENA The d111111111t1\ l'' Al Pena are enthusiastic explorers and lravel er. 4 ""I '. o~ alrno'>l r.a_ '"'Ot :re. PLAYER OPTIONS lliE>CIJS' OF POIFR BARDOTTAN d~('1 i11 cell1gent aro .varm-blooded.. spiritual.p1cal' "r · intense study of a specific · Bardott• f ifl..rt as s i-. family members commonly travel together. The world's climate is unrelentingly harsh. especially those wt10 choose to travel from their homeworfd.:. extended families dwell together.Id f\ ta""· tr<l'ans t. They maintain their body temperature in part through a particularly rapid digestive system.. such I. scouts. Aleena are omnivores who typically prefer very spicy cuisine. Aleena have colonized other worlds. Physiology: Aleena are a reptilian species. In their native cultures. Aleena are \. Some use their natural ath t.. The ability to rapidly convert food into energy is tightly linked to the species' characteristic quickness..:: J'l · · ne . Aleena 'ead1lv crnb1 ace advenlure. All Aleena within a village typically share blood ties. Their skin is covered in scales thaL typically range 1n color from tan to blue or purple. and a large.

They become quite loyal to their immedia[e peers. with scaled • 1r Their lowe1 legs bend backward. Those who explore oLher cultures often master other languages as par~ of l11eir SlUdies. earning the right to information is a part of their educational and professional process. but others have d1st1ncvp ~ark1ngs.1ncl1ng. these meditalions include rer1ecuons upon history. Their skin tones range from Pae gray to yellow. Some ~a~e a consisterit tone across their bodies. k for ~S·sta ndependenl: b<>1ngs who are reluctant to as wlJ • nee lristr. including striped and spotted to more than two meters tall. They are r1ro11(J a11 d I .• . including Phu. After their exposure to the larger galaxy millennia ago. ranging from just over a me· I. whose skilled p1ac. s Aleen a Bardottan Lhc\ study. Because Lhry Devaronian consider all information culture traditionally values knowledge ~ Cl . Bardottan scholars tend toward a gh de{!r<:e or )ccrecy with the informaUon that they uncov 111 (J ll'P 1our· r> of lhr1r research on ly sharing details with 'lutsid<.dtication very highly. and their cultural interpreta'1on of Lhe Force Physiology: Bardottans are a saurian species. Bardottans lend to meditate as a key component of the learning process. p ception of the Force: The Bardottans have a strong ~~ I force tradition. green.uuoners are cu ura tlie Dagovnn l'vlasters. A tleak-llke snout dominates their head. 1hey prc:fcr Lo resolve issues 1nLcrnally ~•·~•n h enever Possible. Languages: All Bardottans are fluent in Basic and many also study the trad itional Bardottan language. Their long neci<s are heavily wrinkled and can bend in any direclion. ~ciety: Bardell.ct ouLs1de 1n1erven11on only ~II • ~ Jrlt1ons beco1ne par ticulcJrly dire Baraonans deliberately Yi 'h . sonH 1 1· believing that the Force should never Th<'\ tll l' no11v10 en .' They r. t' I he Force as a tool for ed11c. virig In 11armonv 1vlth the gala\y ie ago) an LO tIle Idf'il Or ll . bur they are reluctant to work with those outside of their \Vhen 1L bt•comr. inJUI e another l1v1ng being l>C llSI' d lo PLAYER OPTIONS f K1JS 01F POWElt Gungan . and they walk on three-toed feet Their forearms are shorter Lhan their lower extren11ties and end in three fingers and a thumb. Homeworld: Bardotta is the homeworld of the Bardotran people. >S isolate therr society into grotif " d ffcrcnt academic and reflg1ous fields. Bardottans vary sub stant1ally 111 height at maturity.aL1011 an un e1 Mnslelrs u~ ' tunes u1LPg1at111g its use into negotiations ~t. and even purple. This tr ad1t1on links the Force known as ·' Tl D . Bardottans from other worlds are not always as secretive or isolationist as those from the species' homeworld. Cultural norms on some colonies vary substantially from the culture native to Bardotta: for instance. The planel's government is a monarchy. Often. d d · . though the king or queen is assisted by a contingent of Dagoyan Master advisors. Bardottans colonized other worlds. Almost al of the planet's inhabitants are members of the native species. absol~tely necessary. . and cu ltivates an intense devoh~n m ~P 1 r11uar rnaLters. Bardotta has isolationist tendencies.xi>n.

The plonel lt1clude5 den5e 11. DEVARONIAN Dcvaron1ans independently developed Ll1e hyperdrivc Lens of 1housands of years before the Battle of Yavin.l.:ins111(~ sv~t1 111 ~1rmt't''1 II .1nl \1\d11'n 11111. 01•Vi! rn jungles encompass a range of dangerous p11•d:Jtor5.1lrs di) rn11Jr.11 ()nr.c1 t llfll)llllt' tl)('ll1 l<l lt'ln·~11r . .<'t.<1101 11"' n t<' '.Jn 11111<'1 c'rll ly ht~h l1'V<'I 11r •1:.>\ ('(!' olt n f' 111 th1 11 11.llll.Ible 1'nv1ronnH'lll tv1. The species h. h•c I\ the B. ll I TI 11~ order c:rntJSdC. . 1hr•m ..trc'. I llO~e to t llC tvJdi.1111101 t lt\\11~<) tl~ l'll<'fll\1'lV 11\ 111 111t' l1111n Ir' m t ~ <'\Pt)Slllt' IO '>1111111 C..1 )I It I \ti I I 1 .1Vt'I . . A~.1n cull 111 <' '' pnn1a11ly Ill tr 3rt.C'1n as ktfinappers i' SPECIES ABILITIES • Wound Threshold: 9 + Bro\'\ll • Strain Threshold: 1O + \\lillpo\vcr • Starting Experience: IOS \ P • Special Abilities: Bardottans begin the g.ll01\l. they are one of the gf. iu .l cnrencu r ial ~pe< if'. ''' 11\L''I pt c10s.111 pl1y. even as cultists have kidnapped and sacrificed important citizens. I I tl!Cll d1t I ("11 \tlll lll1lf)~ I\ )Vt l)' ) 01 hc>r inhabited systems near Devaron were officletlly d1~co1<•r<>.1 st..u'<ll q11 1k:-..ll<'ll11dt1S .1vc J h1gtl ht'<.l l)t'\'. Because of the Bardottans' degree of sophistication. l'I~ ~..I ton!. t 1 1 YOl111glil lgS rrorn this pli. loll 1 h k 11 t 1c.1dt .:onlr. even tor ll~l pllshcd explorers.llaxf''..)rdol lJll ~ovri111n1£1nl labeled \... the Bardottans have tried to ignore the cult's existence. to l ''' ll l 1t1C' Lt\ nr. fll()fl' 'it'lll(ij n \<< l r tl ' 1 l lll• 1 . l'i< .d by I. n1..u ia vstnt•. C'1nph.. 1 ·~Il rew study their ancestral ldnguage of Ot•v.1 tllr r • f' n lht ''' 1 J r of an dnc. t'~l. 101 n 1. r1 PLAYER OPTIONS IE>CIJS OF POWER cor1•l11c n l 'ht Dt . Ol .ll l t t. .unt' \v1ll onl' rank n Kno\vledge (lore) .c•5 on .<~ llkil tile>~ tl'.ill1i11g ri ·cir 1H•n·.at an\ F'-Or(t: <. 1. Bardottans recognize that their culture has gone through growing pains. 1tu:.11 I\'1'll1•rtl\ (' -. . <. ' I I ll I I I 11 lh1 -.l11v ltl\I( (() 01 IH'r ~P<'t I<'~. one' c•h 1 n1~nt th.1ns 1yp1ct1llv ~1 nd the n1ajority or Lhch earnings IJ~ck lo I h1•11 ·.1nt t~1. 1 .ll) IJ.... llt ' I I 1 \ lit ~r·iit-.l" thl ua1k c.1enl de 1non n JrnP.11 <' rt''ipon:i1l11i11y fe11 L11cir 1n:1tes .1rty II. but they remain deplorable. t n ' 1111~ "" fur t15.. 1 n~ 1\. 1 .111cc. f 0r' e 1ron1 •hP ''' t n .1 1\1 ltll.11.'!d to ti\ Jl (11 II dll lHl l'I t 1klnt' \OUnghngs to Jt'd1 Terrplc" lo~ tr.J<llT 1 fl .ll\tlt\t ulrn\ht'r<.1I<'~ .t and most populous are within Lhe lo\v mount 11rt5. I l)i'v..ironc~l! Perception of the Force: Dcvaroni.IOIOi1) : I'll •. l 111~ f.111•.1Ci1t1011 l h1<> ll'tl to 1 tnnfll• I C\f 1nte1 e'>t \'\1th 1tie Jrd1 1n .... T The Frangawl cult is a tragic exan1ple.t d1~trustecl 'ilJIJC Ir!'. pl'r<:. I c l1cer ' i native lrad1L1011s of Force .o11.111('1 .. iowt•vi r . I rll<'ll' . 11)IOt-'. In spilt' or ll11 ~. l111" 1.ic 1<'.u1d pa11 of thf'll r l\hll!.1m11ie•. However.l'll 11av1 . I <1 I )\ 1 \ tr.1\ \ll\11 I\.1nrl t1.ilc• LJl'V(irt tl • ~ . . f'v\.Bardott 1 ·~ JI<". they have tried to conceal these n1istakes fron1 the greater galaxy rather than using them as an ex· ample fron1 which others could learn .we luiv prt''~ • .llo\vs n C1~1l<Jn1 (11ll11r:-JI c11n101pf\lsrn •lnk<1d t11 <1L'l f t..~n11n11 p11~1i. . 011 • !hCll'\\ 1 c Trrnplc wa~ loundcd on Dev:iron 111•<.1lllY t1 111··1<•rr1o tll! c 1 ~r 1 r 1nl11"tf 'll 1ltc nrd1.1\ I hough thr 1Jldc·. . Members of Lhc en l..11-0111. They still n1ay not \lain l\no\vl edge (lore) above rank 2 during cllart1ctcr c1t~<111on BARDDTTAN SECRECY he Bardottans are a proud species.> nics region.. Homeworld: Dev1:1ro11 is d Len1p(!I al<' wo1 Id 1n 1ht• Coh. afl opposl.llt' ()e\'.ll1 Society: I)<'\'" or11...i rr. r 1 ill h\I <1ut .6 ular basis.t111111l. 't B(irdoll ln(.1hli'>hed pr11~r111 ous clues in mo5L regions ol Lh<' plan<.. 'ivIn I 1lt .111v pur~.1. l < I I " t .11 1'-1 sulr 1 10 t 111 111.'1 spt'< t<'s o.111 d th<" r .ilr icll\ l'!11<'1" Ill<' hl<)C)c1:.po11·.ill 1~ I llkt d tn p tl1c 1l.ttld llPll{ll l l(>llf v ' IJC"J'llf1 I lilf \'/llll [tJI Illy a local Lr<uning racilll Y 111 "l't'P · Ll iv 110 nl~'' 11 • gPnclC'1 -.he ndl<' cultu1al w. In their shame. 1'\1'n as lh11~ cxplo1 e Lhc gcililxy. as most do. f)evaron1ans l1r.. they are uncomfortable adn1itting to those times when they have failed to live up to that stan· dard.ilc Dev.11n1nr.1111nc1.-. 111~11 ( 1\n~t int I\ ( !11 " ' (' II (' l O(ly l I \ \ r111ng1111:.h~ 1n1slorlu11e of resernblirig rnyltio logical de1nun~ of rnany grilactic cultures Br< dl l 'i<' ol 111 1<. 1~t11t continue to Lhnve on the la1 gely c1v11l1C'd \-vorld Jo11rrk v I• Lhese uncivilized regrons can be dang<'rot1:.I"" t' I tl \'V I h fl fl 1flJ(.in 'Xt <'J)~to1 v l !<~ pol'<'ll' .ive t.1hlt' s('flll!IV cllld prosp1'11ly l)lt'lc'rnn15 le) f:ll't' lh111 ~ vv1th1n .1vc . Rr' ~·1\ • Languages: All Devaron1ans ar(' llu(•nt In B.111d n 1l1lc n1ounlainous regions. I ht " Il ' I ' I 111 \ . f• r her ol notable Devaron1dn Jedi..~ l01u ..l\<' ~1'111)11\ f)11•<it1 .'111.> rno~. Tl1cy ex plored and made contacl with Lhe greater galaxy long be f<. While they hold themselves and others to a very high stan · dard.1\" \ '\I t 11 ~I' I . Qr<• a cornmon site in spaceports ancJ olhcr ccn ter~ of trade. these inci· dents have been rare.1 ter~ bC'l'C'\!e t. llllfll t' ll .:. Sl<llll tr .ll (0 ~l QI IOI .. prcft'rring Lo 1:>Uppor l lh<'il 1.1 n~IC'i .lit lyp1< :tll~ f. ' rI Jr l i\\ l I.1 " cy or Force sensitivity hut lhev do not It. . should 101n thC' Ban1ott 111 trc.i.t f'h' -. 1.. .JI I \ l flt I \'.•r I iii 11101(' horivlly lt~plC'<>t'lllt•LI WI 1111 1nt1•llC11 l l'lldCd lt1 l YC'dlllll\{l [OI ltrlV\'I tllld cldV('ll llll ( 11 1111 t 1. by c.1 . O<'J I~(' lllf'.P lf't'\ i.o ~net "P<'1'd IiO\<\<'\.4110 S.lh n '" 1n1 )I..u1rlcrh1~t Tiley cnlt111s1:1st1c.

Languages: All Gungans speak their native Gungan as well as Basic. In fact. Even rr :'lOr crimes are treated severely. n that \'-1ot1d Ille> pl. { fin :> r ' ii •·ip.r- l . ren l ly cxLracling oxygen fron1 both :iir and water Gungan Infants c:ire born as Ladpolcs within WJter cradles Their limbs develop within a month or bir1·11. Members of both species contribute to the democratic process.ics together to form a planetary government. m nt~ corporal pu111shrnenl or even exile.ii \vJtl1 lllfl1r sh11•id LL'( t111olor.inl•t's cli111. wit11 a diet composed 'arRely of mollusks and aqualic plants.. Gungan underwater crt1es are relatively isolated. r Pirr Terr1lor1os lll"ll('ll ll1i'Y sllaru 1l1rt~HI'>. Vandalism. Areas immediately surrounding their cities are largely secure. However. including the sanclo iJqua monster and the opee. SPECIES ABILITIES • Wound Threshold: I 0 + Brawn • Strain Threshold: I 0 + Wi llpower • Starting Experience: I 00 XP • Special Abilities: Gungans begin the game with one rank In AU1lelics.1llOll w1ll1 "•Jns o · v . both large enough to swallow a bongo sub in a single bite.SPECIES ABILITIES • Wound Threshold: 11 + Btavvn • Strain Threshold: 10 + \'\t1llpovve1 • Starting Experience: q~ \P . whrll' c rlic"i dorninatcd by humans are located upon dry land The two sprc1c. long ears and eyestalks are set around a bill like moul11 They are or eans ::. *- Fe\v Gungans travel away from their homeworld of Na boo nstead n1osl prefer to live in cooperation with U1eir planet's nalurr:il ecosystems. C1i. In terrelallons between cities t1avc been established Lhrough carefully 1\lorcled treaties. oceans have a broad range of predators.11 t · tt. Society: Tl1e vanous Cungan cities are largely stratified J ·ord1ng lo residents' rnembersh1p rn partrcular clans.un ''di or Decrpt1on They still may not uain Survival 01 Deception above rank 2 during char- ic'e' creauon • Resilient Metabolism: Devaronian physiology is natul r 1rd1 and resistant to toxins..).'ltlf'r lt>gL1la1 ly dlld <till rlS'\t'IJlblf' .i<J. Members of the species add automatic to all Resilience checks they make. I11•C1VilY for t•<. Physiology: Gungans arc a bipedal.111ly ~ndPr~ratt> SutJ<.1 body t11al extst.y l1allt Gunr. for example. drlcJ lhl'lr nrilt. Gungans found "'f·vorld are seldom characterisuc of Lhe species.11 c.•s have a long history of interacting peacerully wit 11 one anolh<'r Tile Gungan lirgh Council links Gungan 11nd human soc1cl. and expu lsion is a cornn1on form of punishment Consequenlly. Tl1ey slill may not train Athletics above rank 2 during character creation. Special Abilities: Dl'\ lr on1<)ll'5 begin the game vvith . e1oeo to gre. A I llgll Council serves as an overall govcrn1n1. amphibious species. ~11ns arc proud ol L11c11 independence and arc . T'leir expressive. ft is likely that Jedi simply failed to discover the majority of Gungan Force sensitives who might have joined the order.JI lengl11s lo dcfrnd 1L Eacl1 city rr1a1n :.s largely to resolve disputes be t1·1ecn the different c1Lics.. this government 1s under the oversight of the Empire. particularly for 1ntor. but extended journeys can incorporate a high degree of rrsk. Ii•cl ri~~es Alrnost Clll Gu11go11 1lc11>11. ·:.1.1r._ r 1r K r <. f . 11c1 are Lall and thin.<'I>< tools rcrnaln effective in co11ibl .ir(l l<1rnuly undi '1 l"IC!I er. traveling throug11 water. Naboo'<.unga11s c11 cl nCJUVv 10 1110 pldnel Nc1lJoo ncnr I l"')u·. Perception of the Force: Gungans do not have a native Force tradition or a strong tradition of membership 1n the Jedi Order..Jns 1nake extensive use o an11nc 1101111 L!. 1 own rn1lflia arincd witll energy sluelds and plas .1ction wrth offworld entitles.. Curigan soc1e~y places a vcr y hlgl1 va lue on peace and tirder Wlrlle Lhoy arr: a gcncrdlly 11appy people. · ·lllLO a Pane I l 'il I y r vtono Army . ~ornewo I L1ie c rd: C. Currently.1cs ·rhr various 1nllllias 1 h11 lvu. • lt 11. even from Naboo's human population. Liley l1avc 'lie lolerrincc for elements l11at disrupt their<? t'> pri111. averaging nearly two meters in height. Gungan law is unforgiving. their cultural tendencies to live in connection with the natural world are consistent wrth an understanding of the Livrng Force. . • Amphibious: Gungans may breal11e underwater without ~ penalty and never suffer 1 move1nenL pcnalllcs for .(11111. Gungan galactic ~ravelcrs are often exiles.i.iatit.c ace~ brc). Gungan compound lungs arc capable of effic.

.... In omer cases..ooos The-1 are • especial!~ da11ge'"ous to dro1ds and mechanical de-.a balls val) n s· .'.. ~ . s. !'S~ from rO\'id] ~oung hoo gans Tnggenng tJ •hp ~eac D .res a c. eapon .a· es Plasma balls are the predominan.eo b_ St'!Y.Jght) Boomer rg rt..a.~ ~ ~ "'gsr-o· i..j> a -:JuKi-like plasma j. rr.e of t.. ll.:' arg of a bo ·:s~:ririg a1so does "'O<: carr} 11c-a ' as tar as the R.. P.._:.. loaded • . s "' P a c.':!"'.~ag " o' "'" E"'fG"Ce::r~~~ c -rers \\no ha\e top. !~ ' ~ .S purchase • m • e c. I Si.~ m.. a :ernauve \\taOOi'JS fT' g~. TABLE 3-1: RANGED WEAPONS R... bui: a Gungan a·fa· g .a'€ t ~ e user s i'ta"'d.l} i)~ a a· ru el· € !ls :o~-e .. GUNGAN PLASMA BAU \Eapen recu1res tJ.: .1echum :'> l~e<.: t l e Ila rd.:so. iJei qua ") to ha\-e tre rv. . ca11 ae.inged 'Lrg1't:1 A'. 84 ~ "~ t t· 'lg the o g ta i.. 1 • s ro· :11e o'.J'' •cd .re P:aSf"!....e..dfl ~ H :J 'I PLAYER OPTIONS ..hum Short L ng 65 l ) 0 0 01 6 Gu deC1 I l.1.-a"'ri-h~ ~ e erg.a . Ranged Weapons g "g j"e'T' g'eate" "a"ge "' :i .ea (l. discharging '..e fu 1) e""'braces <:ne \\caoon... m or..scn a'O"JS o:-ar.i.ts payloaa Plas.'ices. 2~'" !1§...... ~£a "g • ~: . prooeri.:icated thar a blaster. ..f"~ 1 120 [\i 4 AJrf'lC I P-. t ' J I' Pf3f Rong.O"" . es e.·>enry ceni:irrieiEIS 11 diameter assoc ared v:itil niost handhefd . ::>p o: o as""la oa s 'o'" ammun...ce oorm upon 1mpac~ :.:1·.~ re ~ases • · e ~ ...·...e._ VVUlT ~ rcJ:".g .atta{ mad:"' • "he G.. elha but ery a oo "'. Rr A • B:. :Ed ·cup· a'"'tj '-"e"' s. • up \tr OO'rlg p€ t.+.e user £ • st a~ t~ 13.hoc t:t-1.ecf a th · nnomerang can be usect ~ _ .e1op a charg..i J GJ g?!'i Pf3o:m3 " gr.iJor... ch. :..arr1or could rnro\v one of her s gna~1.. Ran t rl ll.T. =aoo"· . Ll'T' l J Ar"'~ 10 20 1 Burn I lu l L Amrro I (t. t> EXPLOSIVES AND OTHER WEAPONS In sp i. a d1ffereni o. a s • '"O' Cu"ga"' o•asma oa' s see Table 3-1...get pu s baa • e e er..... not every culru... :IOJ'ed n:"~ The quret '.ts .an \'re<iOO:Jf).: arnriu"1tl0fl fo· C-uog.c . OPP~ o sonent 2 St\lfl 4 ll.. better n the environment L'1e~· nnari L AURATERAN BOOMERANG A tnough Aurate'ans ha•e access to 'T'ode-"' energy \\eaports the s MP e but rel•aofe ooome:arg •s still a popu'ar .-!!.. ..r ' g • nto a "E'e tJ 0 a boorr ~a g e ~ner .ng sounds oE a Olas..e<..:VJC: .. Qua t) o" ms GUNGAN ATLATL I.'1e blaster's ease of use anc ::s ready avauaoillt)...-..t1("Jl1..dt:ter ma spen t> n a m ssed att1t11..ea de\ e.a • \ • ENERGY SLINGSHOT e i:... a 'o"g· !:>o\v renia 11s a dead.-es i e \\eaoon a grea:er 1ange and aids 1n accura(} The a· ai also pro4et:Ls.-eapon for ocal hunters and rrappers "e \•1eaoon t... • JO~ . i:he v..1~ 0\--er S! on a S!a'lCes T"'e S"'OC -CJ~· s ~.... LONGBOW l'vlucr ess ~ecrr"ca } sopllis.:er O'" s..WEAPONS N A a t • t • • ~ J I t E ERGY WEAPONS • r a~ ~' J.apons are trad uonall~ ca~ed from noncordJ. Some\ e\•. n c pa :.) ast am tE..e·s maraal tra1n1ng... ba s 11'\e a grenade (and ':'.r-gs.itll versions rough!} J.:arger.=er a ·err..\: A 1.stem'!l" an ererg~ \eapon. a • 3'" -~il . do)..·.\ Gungan \•..eapon as a hat mar· o: ::her c . e de' from 1nad\'erten: d1scha·gei These .. to .s ega on most \'• ds P"e:':l o....:s ·.-eturn to the se~ s narid v os :O""..g...o~r. .e ordnar. o c e-.. · ~h :ne .~·ers Less a weaoo"' the oo" 01·1er Ir pnm1tive env1ronme"'~ cnarac:ers separated <r('"I cecr"~ logical resources car fasf1•on arro\\'S =rem natura Mater-: far more easily than tre:.)()() s.::. .-.

>ny'.1pacil<llc c. In some cases. The Bardottan electrolance is a one-handed weapon. change the skill to Ranged (Light) and the range of the weapon to short. longbow requires a supply of arrows to fire. In rnany cases. Their underwater cities make use of shielding extensively. if the GM ~eecs Lo set a price. A longbow is an unusual and distinctive signt on most or the galaxy's worlds.ns are! a hallmark of their world's tech· I')(I r1glc· 0 1d a". Good arrows.. are also awkward to carry and extremely difficult to conceal. · ic weapon(_. The electronic components of an electropole are watertight.f.1()l<>J:'f or for its native environment. An electropole may be thrown as a ranged weapon. Notably.:...ed to 0 while the wielder is suffering from tile staggered 01 drsonented condition PLAYER OPTIONS NEXUS OP' POWER . v1P.ap<.0 fJOr•c. how ever it cannot be wielded with other weapons. the shorLer end is typically pivoted to parry incoming attacks.. It is hardly surprising.. so that a weapon can be wielded in the other. Longbo~v The grip of the Bardottan electrolancc 1s placed in the n1iddle of the weapon The lance rs carried like a walkrng stick. act11eve a level of cultural significance tl1al 0 ·Jrbg"~ l~ ~ 11e1r continued use J hold d cult 1u <11 srgn1l1c. even the smal lest models being well over a meter in length.L111g c1tlar ks I he vulue of Lile Gu11ga11 personal energy shield's Defen s1ve qu.1~ I heir prC'ferrc:>d n1elt'C wenpon s1nct• lonv bf'forr lhr 1ncor porauon ol n1odern ll'C.. The shorter end also incorporates a counterweight. t h . • Gungan herders traditionally use electropoles to guide and guard their shaaks. Cupper pieces on Weik). IL is U1c longer end that is used to strike a foe. tile wielder must be able to focus on dellec. .llnoloe1cs Morl<·r n clc>ctrolances arc similar to fore< pikes 1n t h. It is worn on the user's off-hand arm. 11rc· particularly wel l adapted either · for the f. due to a 'Pr·c ~ rr ilit.en I >ettr~r aftrrnal 1ves are available. To benefit rro111 t11e sl11eld. a longbow is a large weapon. MELEE WEAPONS 11 1 • .1lly wr<'ld .c:~e v11•..cJ11cc lO Lhe species.1l1ty Is reduc. •1 . it does not cornpletely encase the user in a secure field..1 s11spcc1 for further questioning. t. at the GM's discretion. then.. be wielded while using a shield . Even their offensive weapons are designed around encasing a ball of high-energy plasma with in a temporary energy shield. • GUNGAN ELECTROPOLE However. iis Bnr do11. it onlv offers defense againsL attacks con1ing fron1 a single orientation. The weapon also gains the Limited Ammo l quality (but can be retrieved and used again).11 tlley P1n1t (1 powerful blast when striking th<: Larget 1hey can cilso be St!l to stun This setting is most commonly irnplPrnl'lllccl ~vhun us('<l hy law enforcement personnel seeking to 111c. with the longer end extended above the wielder's l1ead. In ot er "'l)<·s ~ · suet. the weapons incorporate both stun and deadly settings. that they are one of the few species that have successfu lly designed an easily portable defensive shield The Gungan persona l energy sh ield is sized to the wearer.1e~. While herders typically used the weapon while afoot.rv lra(j1L1011 assoc1alecl with ii."'<. In com bat. nearly a meter long. so they can be used effectively on land or underwater. Rather. familiarity led the Gungan militia members to incorporate it into their military traditions.BARDOTTAN ELECTROLANCE na1cloth1ns 1r ·1cti11or1. she can charge 1 credit per arrow (or a !e1. . Though it is essentially a peasant weapon. ant' tinncJrd l<Jncc as a ccr· 1•1110111c1I 1vt-. eveloprnents Often.1pon I nnr. It may.. GUNGAN PERSONAL ENERGY SHIELD Gungan engineering incorporates a particularly advanced understanding of shielding technologies. Its relatively low weight makes it well suited for use in one hand while controlling a mount with the other. r.' sr>ecies have characteristic Melee weapons that are : Part of tr1cir cultural martial proclivities. Because electropoles were designed for controlling cattle as well as scaring off predators. making it better balanced for one-handed use... If used in this manner. militias often use electropoles while mounted upon kaadu. a cu lture conlinues to use 1(!8fJOn r·v ft ~tro 11 . Passersby are likely •n remember seeing a warrior who chooses to carry one in Place of a more common weapon..ir1s helve usecl lhrn1 .

11 I l1 ·11t . rt can be used again}...:.J ' r. Bardottan Elertrolance PLAYER OPTIONS 1Jt1 WEIK GREArswoRo This wea pon appears to be a l1a1mless cane. I I t\lllcl t\.!K.l "1' . 'r 1. II Cf'l l11Pr(• 1nc1y 11f'JVc\ IJe:1 c1 n a l11111~ wl1c11 lllcy llacf no . appears to be nothing rnorc than an eider's cane.or g en 0 Jg)' . .e~. typically about two rnelers in length.. long spears as their primary weapon .~p(Jr Legends suggest that lorg r. In a pinch.. lo the untrained eye. The greatsv1ord requires two hands w . •(f I tlf} lf'"d ) ~1..! 11 ()1 fr.. I 1. J TRAINING STICI< 1 hl Jl'dl l1 avc usc.. on wor lc. A :(v. .J·~ willl rorr<' tr. change the skill to Ranged (Light} and the range of the weapon to short. a trcrnendous amount of PO'fter and leverage to each Sh 'lg_ ~~ ~ I f7' .r. tying a combat knife to the end of a reasonably straight branch is enough to fashion a spear.s.8l <irJv(. I til1'i I I ".s lo L\!1(' 1gy wc•<1po11::.:c1 llgl11 ~:1hcr!l lur so long 1l1rJ I 1110•. I .n c.Nr .l !or ~ ~~ I 0 (J('ff·f '"' J . '' H \\\'If l 1l k I . sorne 1naslcr S\'IOrd· hghlers prefer the simple training stick as a non-lethal wea pon that. be wielded while using a shield...t. 1..TABLE 3. The city guard of Vossport on Weik prefer heavy. olhcr dcv1rcs \Vera used 1hc so called "training 5L1ck" looks Lo be noll1111g mor c than a sin1plc \\talking suck.11'1l ( \~{ •d I I • I i .. t\1 't I 1\. VOSS WARSPEAR r Gungan Energy Shield .. A greatsworrJ perro·'rts a v11elcer to t"'..> 1 u-.. Add • • • to a character's Percepuon or Vigilance checks to discern this weapon's true nature.~ • .ant. ~Ir.'1111 >' If (J. j1 J llf' ...J '>!d -• .." JJf'lt t. 0 a blade at the end of a long pole. at the GM's discretion. /l / ' ' '> • . but 1s pc>rfcclly balanced to be used as a duelist's weapon Alll1ough most comrnonly to und 1n the hands of an apprenllcc.i 1. Curr 'Y.:h'tb1e Vfe:Jf.. of I' !' hnol 1Jg1c. :t.JC c.... I f II l I I'll tt' '-Ito h1 11 Ill fill .lntr. runs <J1!l of p1~v1r·r ll 1~ r eav f en<JJ~h ano . 1.ll I 111 I l n l hll 1111 111 I\ I 1\11 f I( ti.id1 l rc1ns b11 t no re:1c1y acc r!Ss Lo energy weapon<.. ~ A spear is essentially P1•g:Jrdll''>'.I• . A less hastily constructed version incorporates a double-edged blade as well as a shaft that is made of a material sturdy enough to parry other weapons. ) J I '. of ~f!" saber.. The weapon also gains the Limited Arnrno l quality (but if retrieved.. as they are simple to master and versatile. I I f 11 I I 11(' I ) II . ' ' "' 1 1 I.a more cornp:::ict .6fore the 1nvenuo. the earliest Force adep s JSed swords ~$ p·rferred weapons. A spear may be thrown as a ranged weapon.. armed opponent or one v1i.e1d.r g .. 1. \\. If used in this manner.2: MELEE WrAPONS Lt 11 h•ll l . . however it cannot be wrelded with other weapons.1.omn~t al':l '<t ~r f. It may. ' I /( ) )rlf I 11 I1 4 1 I) ..a~e .. I lowcve1. The Voss warspear is a one-handed weapon.n.. warrior a s1gn1f1cant ad•..111t•1.le rr<• r0rncJlllS Jrt <! ffer111r· :JnrJ r<.

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I\ lost Slilr c ha1 ts sho1,·111g LI 1c loc[)lJOn or legenclar y vcr gences
~11 E' cl~\·er (or 11(11 so cll'\ Clr) takes designed Lo parl foolist1
treasu11' llu11tr1~ 110111 l11c11 credits. Even if someone man-

ages lo gel l11s ha11ds on the 1eal thing, it can be nearly im
l)('lSStl'll' lo rnl{'f p1et. since a sta rchart that actually shows
L11e location or a vergence can be thousands of years old.
\ 'ergcnce sla1 cha rt (if it is rea l), shows the location or one
'ergence (chosen by the GM). To read the chart correctly, tt1e
cl1atacter rriusl make a Hard
tJ Astrogation check
\.Ytth • • · tJ. on a check can be spent to determine whether
or not the chart 1s real.

(+ +

A wizard's pouch rs essentially a bag vvith a shoulder strap.
created ror the .. 111ages" of Weik to carry spell components.
These pouches are often crafted to exacting standards. enchanted vvith runes of power. and made with the finest ingredients. all under the belief that such measures are necessary
to preserve the innate magic in a sprig of holly or vial of mynock blood. That these precautions are entirely unnecessary
l1as not stopped several prestigious Vossport craftspeople
from making exorbitant profits from their construction.
Wizard pouches increase
threshold by 1 .

a character's encumbrance

There is a long-standing tradition of using combat droids to
oppose Force-sensitive warriors. since they are less susceptible to certain Force powers.

The Arakyd Industries spelunker droid was originally intended for mining purposes. The Confederacy of Independent Systems modified and armed these droids for combat
purposes. Removing the heavy mining gear. they added a
minelayer, blasters, and a holographic cloaking array. It is
LhP last item that led to their new name, "chameleon droids."



a a

Skills: Perception 2. Ranged (t1cavy} I . SLPalU1 2.
Talents: Stalker 2 (add D D to Coordinul1on and Slealtll
checks) Cunning Arnbusher 2 (opponents add • • lo Initiative checks using Vigilance}



AcJamrte Signet Ring


Bardottan Chronoscanner


1 ,?00

Sporling Macrob1noculars
Thermal Cutter
Vergence Starchart






1.000 r



Wizard Pouch




Abilities: Droid [does not need to breathe. eat. or dr·n~., ar.rJ.1
can su rvive in vacuum and underwater; immune to poisons
and tox ins} .
Equipment: Blaster carbine (Ranged IHeavyl: Damage 9
Critical 3; Range !Medium]; Stun setting), minelayer with 24
anti-personnel mines (drop one mine as a maneuver der.onales when another character moves to engage wrth the mine
dealing 12 damage to each character engaged with the mine).

Some facilities require discretion and art as much as the:r
do security. Stone guardian droids are specifically designed
for these situations_ They provide a potent defense that is
utterly in keeping with the overall tone of a site.
Despite the name, stone guardians are not actually con·
structed out of stone. Their armored shells are simply sculpted
and painted to resemble some form of rock or marble. When
inactive. stone guardians appear to be decorative statues. The
statues might be freestanding, or they could appear to be a
support pillar or a part of a wall. Only when they activate does
their true nature become clear. A stone guardian's passi\e
detectors are extremely sensitive and rigged to detect a .
intruders who enter its domain_ When they identify a threai.
the droids activate and attempt to eliminate it.



Skills: Athletics 2. Brawl 3. Perception ~ · VigH~~~~teb~· 20 to
Talents: Durable 2 (reduce a Critical ln1ury res
a ~i~ i.mum of l ).
at. or dnn~. a d
Ab1ht1es: Droid (does not need to breath.e, e
to poisons
. 1n1111une
can su1 vive in vacuurn and under\\la er·
ancl lox ins).
cntical 11 .Ra~
Equipment: Stoney fists (Bra\ vi. Damage e~urerech N 1~ 1 ni
ICngagedl. Concussive l). integrated ct oid to $ee 111 Joiv
sight" passive sensor suite (allov'ls the
bove and bf
1ds far a
ancl dark cond1l1ons and to t1ear sour
. ·iance cne
to V1g1
a llurnan's range of hearing. adds D


. '".emselve
521 certa1
·force use
~iers co
~ eof a

J . L•f.. l"- ul t1 1\'0rld'" eailv hisLorv can 1)1' 101111<1
·re 1t rn.111\ planets l~Ol\'C'\Cr. 1vl1e11 Cl \V01Id1c:, n 11rxl1!\
t f rte sulll rrhcs 1a11lJc1nu1 ll n1or1• lllan lh~y appen1.
~ ~ ~\lt'l Olh~ nvo1idl\ pOl\'CI


., b"' eac.h relic ha!; n n11cr. and 1a111v. the Gtvl sllould
oer ~hat these 1tcn1s arl' unique 111 Lhe galaxy, and
prrcec; ard 1JI111\''S sl1oulc! lie t1ken as rough guider-es o'1 tio1' \alui1blc LIH'\ can be. If sl1e needs to set credit
Jt: thot p1 c.C' >:.hould depend on the situation. Someone
, e. 5 not"' t11e l11sLor Y or the power of a relic might
"' ~ fe\' credits 01 give it away free. However. someone
~r>oerstJnds a relic's true power might spend hundreds
u nds of cred.1ts on obtaining it And. of course, ob€ 0 .,e o' these items should never ever be left up to a
1.r· ol simply rolling dice.

for rt• sP11s111vrly 1s neit ~1cr rarer nor more frequent among
· ·
1llP Gt1n('<1115 t11<111 Liu: palactic average so 1l is no

f the
t11n1 helorc l11c 11:.c of Lh<' Rcpu~JllC and the founding o
Jedi Order. som<> few Gungdns evinced powers that would
now be rccogn11etl as Force based One such Gungan. his
name lost to l11story, was the resident guardian of an Eld~r
statue. In the course of hrs meditations, this Gungan cas~ hrs
awareness out into the world. eventually becoming so sl<r lled
that he could sense events over the whole surface of Naboo,
and even beyond. On the day he sat before the ~Ider st~tue
and sensed the first human scout ships entering orbrt, a
great and unaccountable grief overcame the Gun~an mys~ic.
When he looked up. he saw a gray tear impossibly welling
up in the stone face he sat before. Holding out his hand. he
caught the Tear of the Elders in his hand as it fell.


Be'c-e 111.1mans ever came to Na boo. another starfaring speces discovered the Gungans in Naboo's swamps and seas.

1s known about these so-called "Elders· beyond what
ca.1 be gleaned from the statuary they left behind on the
planet and on Rori. one of the planet's three moons. The
E'ders. 1t 1s theorized. were humanlike in appearance. though
even that conjecture is only tenable if the enormous faces
of U1eir monuments are held to be representative of the El-

:lers themselves. which is far from certain . Another theory,
oased on certain features of the faces. holds that the Elders
were Force users. This would seem even more tenuous than
':lther beliefs concerning their physiology, were it not for the
existence of a Force art ifact known as the Tear of the Elders.


Long treasured by the Gungans. the Tear of the Elders is
-: t st-sized piece of granitic rock. shaped. as its name sug~ts. in a teardrop formation. Teams of Gungan geologists
~ '.l a1Jsans who analyzed the Tear uncovered three crucial
"~.s i:irst. 1t is formed of the same substance the Elders
..~ r their statues, a rock matrix native to Naboo and its
~Erris Second, none of the hundreds of known examples
., <.~er ~tatuary depict tears. Finally, unlike the monumenldcts;t;:t!Aes, the Tear has no toolmarks of any kind. These
wr ·~e~ o~g.with !he Tear's shape, would suggest that it is an
wr;•e ..1; 'J riot 1rnposs1ble. naturally occurring stone form .
for thr~ V>J1dely known legend about it.
Ar.corrJ1r1g LO h15
..1~10ncai truu L legend (Gungan scholars insist that it is
1: lhough they can offer no documentary evit:ler1ce ~u
" 1.Jportrnn
"' t~te1r cIairn), t;omet1me in the long years
i1e departurc. of the! Elders and the first
·~ooc)o bi• h
r11• Etae/s rn~~·~~is. the ~un~ari people adopted the reltcs of
doy The 'olat eir religion 1n practices thaL conLr11ue to this
fl0IYs11.e, '"a ded monurnents of the Elders are consrcJercd
"• fl the
via~ at Ofl" f Yare venerated as places of 0oreat power
srie 1"
~ o thes , ·
, ·
C11ca11y that t e sites-the Gungans do not say which.
he event they call "Tearfall" occurred.

Once per game session. when a Force-sensitive character
holds the Tear of the Elders. the character may make a Force
power check . As part of this check. the character may spend
()() to detect one threat the PC is likely to encounter during the current game session. The GM has the final say as to
what this threat is and how the character perceives it. The
Force user cou ld see the threat clearly, or in a metaphorical
sense. A battalion of stormtroopers, for instance, might
appear as a solid white wa ll, impossible to penetrate. while a
dark side Force user might manifest as ,a figure formed out of
storm clouds, lightning flickering malevol ently with in.

Whereas most citizens of other planets may believe the
Force to b~ but a legend. on the Wild Space planet of w ·k
the Force 1s known to exist without a doubt. Equall f ei
and celebrated. it is utilized by many of the world's y .edare
·1 b ·
rest ents
on a da1 y as1s. t 1s not.' however· understood 1-n th e manner
propagate.d ~Y the Jedi, or even the Sith. Instead. on W 'k
the Force 1s viewed as magic.
et ·


Bardottan Sphere
Crown of Verity
Dram of Orphne

~00 l




Eyes of Laqasa



Gr1rnoi10 of Syclos lite l.cin1e






(R) 20,000


Dol1 na Ring Seeds

Master l otlc1kn's L1~ltlsabcr
Taradon's Hel!rr




th(' Eldt•rs

11 ,0~



Over tile centuries since the unique c:ulturr. or W<·il<
arose 111 che ,,,ake of a crasll l(lnding. nll the t1c1pp1ngs ;ind
n1ysteries assoc1fltC<i '''1ll1 fC1111 asy ilolodran1as nncl cl11I
dren's tales hc1\ c round 1cal 1\io1 lc1 nnalogs on ll1t~ planet
Ignorant of 110\\' tile 1v1dP1 g~laxy sees sucl1 t 11111gs. lt1c
people of \\'etk ar (' fa1n11ia1 1vith 1vl1at they cons1c1e1 lo be
·n1ag1ca1· '''capons and arn101, r.nsorc~llec-1 ot>1ects or pow
er 1ang1ng fron1 clotl11ng to tools, and even. ns in LhP C(ISC
01 the legendary G1111101re of Syrlos the L,1111c, spc:llhooks
Bef1tt•ng its po1 tento11s narne, the Gnrnorre ts a large,
leather bound book tls LO\ er tooled 1v1ll1 n1ystic palter ns.
re1ntorced '''1th bron~e bosses and liberally decorated with
dar 1\1\ sµa1 "ling gen1stones Central to the cover design i~ a
gl\ ph 01 povver that only offplanet observers might recogn ize
a~ d c:tvlrzcd. \v1nged lightsaber. Of greater in terest to most
studenls of t11e Force. however, is the book's contents.
Hand se1\ln into a cloth binding, some eight dozen gathers of parchment form 386 closely lined pages. The source
or the parchment is a minor mystery among the many that
surround the Gnmoire. Though the Grimoire was clearly
prepared rn the manner traditional on Weik-from animal
skins flayed. soaked. and stretched on frames-tl1e greengray color of its pages suggests that the skins used were
not those of any animal known to the planet. Neither is the
luminous ink used in scribing the pages of a formula replicated in any other known Weik-produced book, whether
"magical" or nol.
The effeel of the glowing amber ink against the background of gray and green would have offered a challenging
reading experience even if Syclos the Lame-if she was in
fact the scribe-had been an accomplished ca lligrapher.
Unfortunately, whoever penned wl1at have been called the
book's "mad ravings" was far more concerned with utilizing
every square centimeter of available space than with legibility. IL has been estimated tha:t the Grimoire of Syclos the
Lame contains more than a half-million individual words,
whereas books of similar provenance and size usually contain around two hundred thousand. even when they are not
so liberally embellished as the Grimoire.
It is those embellishments-or rather. their many reproductions-that have given this tome its fame on Weik. Taking the
form of creatures out of nightmare. the capital letters heading
each page are hollow-eyed. many-limbed monsters, rendered
rn glowing ink that seems to cause them to move on the page.
No figure is repeated across the Grimoire's pages. yielding a
fiendish menagerie of beasts that would give pause even to
far· traveled big game hunters of the wider galaxy. The Beasts
of Syclos, as they are popularly known, may be found copied
in many other volumes, and they have even been rendered
1n stone as rain spouting gargoyles on Weik's cathedrals and
caslles. L3rge mock versions of the creatures crafted frorn
paper and daub are carried aloft on wooden poles through
Wr1r"s vtllng(•s lh1s occurs at sunset on the autumnal equinox. In a c<:•let>r alion known as the Feast of Worms.
But ro1 all 1ts local larri<>. l110 Grirno1re has been little stud
1ed by the sages of Werk Tt1e pc·culiariL1es of 1Ls producuon
and the r11gh-indcc1phera1Jl0 '>trawl or il'> scntJing woulcl he
daunting enough, but Wf'tk 15 a Plclcc> wlJc•rc· legPncls ilre
g1ve11 great credence. and dccordrng Lo lc>gend, Lo cad llie


words of Syclos the Lame 'S :o
invite madness. The secrets it unlocks
are said to be sorely tempting for the power they ofter but
the ultimate promise of the lame wizard's teachings 1s death
The Grimoire's information is said to be applicable to beasts
across the galaxy, not just those loca ted on Weik.

Studying the Grimoire Qf Syclos the Lame for at least one
hour allows a Force-sensitive character to add 0 to all Force
power checks or checks involving Force talents when deal'0€
with creatures detailed in the Grimoire. The bonus lasts ur'
the end of the game session. (What creatures the bonusar
plies to is ultimately up to the GM. as some creatures .. ,
not be covered in the Grimoire.)
However, until the end of the game session.
the 01. ffiCUit'
' •:
of all fear checks made while confronting these creatu~;
upgraded twice. Any Conflict generated by a @ resu.t
fear check is doubled.


. 1 \\OJ'\lll


The Jedi Knight Laqasa Trill vvas a DevaroniJricti\it~ ,•.ore
. <1t <·111 ' e,e1i'1'l!3
an incredibly skil led hunter. e'\ccll1ng
11 \I/ :l) '111
often practiced by Devaronian n1en
. ··pit1111ott' l rt"
of the philosophy of hunting (11at ecol\1~ 1 st~d 0, 101e '~ ·
fully choosing l1er n1a1ks from o'~'.po~Llt~f~l~c~ilP1er:t:-~
or sldlk1ng l11e 1are rogue predators rhat
id ~he c~
act. 11 1 ..1rd ~
111s1~leti l l1at l1L111ti11g vvas a n1ed1tdCl\e F re? en8LI'
lo O\\IP lier plleno111enat succes!>- to tile 0
110c lion slle sllared 1vith her quan) .


from the clutches of the N1ghtsisters. The exact mechanisms of this process are. When she learned of the situation. however. leaving behind a husk bereft of life.. this could be any living beings ancJ store 1t ils lhough tn some battery The Sµhere could focus the caplured energy rnto . the Sphere cuts off the target's connection with the Force and then drains the Force contained within the target's living self. :c'1 they promptly escaped after slaying their vvould-be ei. the Sphere forms a link with a nearby living creature. In its history and recorded use. The Bardot tan Sphere. is in fact a sort of anti-Force artifact. si:= wore an ankle-length. ir. or similar effects..e animals unique. the Sphere became knO\\in on that planet when Master W1ndu rescued the Bardottan sovereign. its power being purchased at the ultimate price. It seems likely the item is unique and \vas crafted by the N1ghtsisters or their allies shortly berore its use during the events surrounding the kidnapping of Queen Julia In appearance the Sphere is not particularly notable. as the Force surrounds and penetrates all things.aoasa s a Devaron1an legend. paid by those its use1s have targeted . In theory. making one of her infrequent visits !D her homeworld.1a<.i::• wearing the Eyes of Laqasa.t If 3 • • g d1ZZ} 1ng airclj of leth. :b€ d1osyncratic huntress disappeared into the wilderness. It was then ·IJa[ Laqasa TrHI arrived. its color dependent on the light it \'\Orie of ong1n is unknown to this day. she \'<}'1. ranging far and I\ je and eluding the finest hunters on the planet. but vvhat Je . an organization of dark side Force adepts. even more than their viciousness. The Nightsisters did not use the Sphere as a simple tool of execution..and his game \vardens. and she recorded 1n r.pelus for the invention of the Eyes of . a trait that had D ed 1 the beasls to such an extent that the} \'Vere prac:z "V1s1ble 111 natural surroundings.. ana neither can it be said to be living.. GAME EFFECTS ~~r. color-shifting cloak vvoven from •·-e hides of her prey. It is only when a Force ·sensitive being attuned to the Sphere wills it to a semblance of mineral life that the Sphere glows with an internal light and works its "magic.. then a type of "Force vacuum· exists within the bounds of the Sphere.xlAI °' PC7J1ER . when inert. For Lhe next two years. tht1t mark the Eyes of Laqasa as a lenses.l:rfu Fo~ ort fact r • De\ 1 )' The part OJ ar . there is little to suggest lllat iL l'Vas created vvith anything but the PLAYER OPTIONS .. The Nlghtsisters could then tap into that stored Force.ted "'them.ed to end the threat posed by the alien predators once a"ld for all Taking only what she could carry on her back. say those who hold this theory. but in reaa·ors that shared the ~haracteristics of s1m1ans and rep?S. the troop wreaked havoc on the ecosystem of Devaron·s northern continent. It has been theorized that the Sphere.. and the Bardottans have denied all requests to access the studies of the artifact that might reveal its provenance Exhaustive records searches have found no mention of such an item either before or since Windu's encounter ~vtth the N1ghtsisters.. and can see normally as if in 1 ' vrma: daylight THE BARDOlTAN SPHE E (BARDOlTA) Our or the rnost powc•rr111 objcc:ts ever encountered by the lecPndillV Jl'dt f\. as directed by the controlling Force sensitive.i Force wielder ~vhen certain mysllcal and gravitational effects were applred No~v held by lhe Dagoyan mystics of Bardotta. concealm~~t." When activated in this lvincc W1nc111 \·1as the Barclottan Sphere. The Sphere is obviously not mechanical in nature. then.1qves and rerllnolo S~ \:JS not abo\e mod fv ng the accoutr<'nl('nts she 0 _ . one that naturally attracts the Force when the Sphere becomes active.'le • 15te d ShC' doptcd the Looi~ c1rld Wt'apons or tcrs n l\h::ltl 'e• en\ ronn1en1 ~he round ht r-c. but also stores what it has stolen for a time.. Late in Laqasa Trill's life a " e nter secretly and illegally imported a troop of la. The Sphere not only drains the Living Force from its victims. as with so many Force artifacts. Once the link has been established. and the povvers 1. If this is true. The Jedi was never known to take trophies except for this ~srance. unclear. Queen Julia. eJea 1nve.-orce arr 1foct <ll·s1gnerJ to capture Lhe force from llv.. n r. '''as rare1u1 g lJ1e l\e<i1 on her ghtsabc>r . cut off from the universe and reflecting the all-surrounding Force away from itself. using it Lo fuel any number of Force powers to much greater erfect than they could on their own. When she returned to civilization over a year later. . the Nightsisters and their minions seem to have chosen only sentients as their targets. is a power booster for Force 1ournals that she owed not only her success to the Eyes.lars 1~1th1n a pa r or er\ stalline lenses set into a ner headband It s those Cl) SI. Whether the Nights1sters constructed the Sphere or discovered 1t is unknO\'>'n. os tiler force-enabled chameleon ability.1\ed to the pres \£ tti urdt rs R wred 10 be sto1ea •n D hunting lodge deei> in s B :Je 1\1oilnta1ns the Force 1n1bued goggles kno\vn rile E"es or LaQasa m1n101u1 zc the functions of high·end ctwb noa. It takes lhe form of a large crystalline sphere of milky transparency. carrouf1age. s e "J'"' a mpJt~ d J d Tri. the Sphere of Ilie N1gl1lslste1 s llas been understood as a tool of evil and rnu1 de1 To be sure... Force-sensitive characters 'emove all • imposed due to darkness. The hunter released • e !'OOP 1nro a supposedlj enclosed hunting sanctuary. She also wore a set of goggles she h~d CO"'Structed in the course of her hunt../ her ver J life. ss '1 he• tra' els hO\\C\"er and ar CJst one exJrn c nke ng is thought to htl\l' sur.

..'1.. (l! ~"\ I ht: lktotrh1 ''voi1fc1 .et'' . ~e'~ ·~ 1.... -se of Al.~..• .1u<1 '' 11v $.l!l\ 1--~~"" r .J be \ " or tnllh ' b\ l "e .~h1\ ~~ ot (\)1 t!$1.:f•s b' .._)1 t' H '('\ t't' .. \. ' ' ..")r..' ' as . ' •.1 Tet-n '''1s accornt)tlfll~1. .:... .. r ~.. "'...1t.. ...inu unat>lt' to ultt~r any falsellood thcmsel1w11 s PLAYER OPTIONS ..\ .l1\ Je 1 .. t t'ro- vl. tello1\ Jt?1.. a~e:rn • e . tt e :i. ~ tit(' ' • .. •.ta\ on tne p Jt'et. 4llt'd t:-itutl I hi.1f J. tJ 'C \... ".. \'.... • ~ ' . t"ll 11'.Uh.... . I:' l'1. .~$$ .?• 1es At least one Jedi rs k~o1•. ·g .l ~ •\ IHJll \ s ti f' P lt t1. • Hltlt'nt '•' \'• '" l' lt'n" fur tin i d r ap..>lnnrt \A. p '<..c~ ... Jlon1:' 1n lilt' libr.n~ \ T11ou{!h their 1' ' ..3 ' ' 'e .. '.s S C rft1tt at the a ·~ ~ 'L a~..1s ~"~.11. .' I UHlS around Acablas and con1ing to 1.. 't't'' ' ." s · · e p est-. ' att'I\ desired to LlllliPr~tJnti its serre~ GAME EFFECTS ·cro\·\n· 1s actually descr1be<.i a1-.~ .._'\ ~..0((.e1 . \ t \ 1 • ~ - \... • ~t' "rs~""' \.~ >~ n·ure t . ..: · ..'.'' 1l (' \I'>.. ~:a. ' u 11 ·1~ t • .h .. 'r ' l l 1e Cro1\'n ot \ ~nt\.• '.. .lteru b\ :i~ a squads ot Rt"Public t•oop: On:1e1 Gt... ~' ' . ~ .....::n1 n tC' : ' Confh.t 11 e~ . · t..e>n usf•d as et syn1t:>ol or off11:e by the ~ll1g1sllc1ltlS 01 Bene1.. rc:e . eu t1u e . .rugllt$.i to -\.1.' 'l l J ·.. :• .. '· ' t' 1n hin1st•lf I\ 1ng t.. dll ~1t>1ht\ foun 1 to h~1H•ht rrorn ll "-' ... 1\...1t''S1.'ht~' 1... I r01ce \\hrn tilt 11 \\tllld \\J~ 111. 1e1. • • • ' • • ' ' • .' 3l'J'11..un1ed'f h I I ~~ l . anli ot lht' Jt"..:ol. '~' ·:~. r 1t•1g .: . .u'\e"i't'' t0 tr.' ' ' 1.. S · ' :nd ol 1e F.:lllti then..t. Jed1 Opeffit •. • .\urat~r(l a PO\\ erlul and ancient Force artitncl ""0'''11 as the Cro1'\111 of \'errtv In surv1\ 11\g Jedi r<>cords.\. ' '~..o!fv ti Irr lliousancls or .' c. !t't' C· 1)\\ll 01 \~11r\ .. Sl1C l \is c:ors had \'(If\ r:lg degrees \.> I.' \\. "derstand rs 'll\'Stt.: ~h. ht' ha .i1n~• tiir' t~\ t'' t't. ~ .. vP1.) ft'-.......\I 'e\ 'l\ th·r ~ t~ .:...\<:.... St>::. t'O \ dfl ~t flt'.:-~.1 1 )lt> \\ '-\ .>le head.'\ '''· ~ "~ ~ ~ \' it'C thnt 'l't' clone t •oops gt1Jr\...• f • 1..11 1 to ha\ e been stud\ ng Atabk1s on Auratera at the tune or 01der 66 T iough lie s pr~::..'i1. ' .1 h11n to . i1s -1.'I Tilus.\cal)IJS that ore· ..s~i tun· t-ie~ nd d '\. . ' ~. .'n -\u1 ale• .e 0Lite• R r1 \\'Orld o· . t'lt' l~ .. \ e"ge•1ce or .1 Tt>t ' '~''' 'dt•r t ·e '\.J '1:"0 Thougt1 ·1e \\JS not '1 gene1 JI ..'llS 1ny~1i~11011sl~ abnrirlonecl 8I010Sl lhrrty thousand \'l}ar~ aeo ~IOIV IL cdlllG to l)e llclci 111 Lhe JL'(J1 lernple Dl Cor uscc1n1 1s u11k1101vn Force·stlr1sn1ve beings \>Vho c1011 lht> Crown 11nn tlH'n1s1>1\ <>s si1nultaneously al>le 10 discern any Ire .i ::.1gP before Lhat Outer f~1r11 i..:: \'e' ~ellC't" 1.'}' \ I. a1ld t 'ltlt :.. ibodt d l\t ')! '"'•-.... :t'r . 'It" '- • .ii 1... ' .J •t. .. us ua\ •1·g. the so call~d .. ' ' '. ' ' lCtl\ t'". . app.~ "\i~ I.. Ill e It ' ' ' '~ t'. .tl' ' 1 u ·p · ...i as cl s1l'>r1cd skulltap ccipJble ot allettng ils o\vn size and sllap1' so t11at rt m1gll1 be wo111 by nnv senuenc pos sess8d of a d1scern11.. ht) n' ..:her HO\''e' e . ' .xlJS OP Powat i . 0\-er the CO\.' ~ s '\) h~ . .-e se•1s t '\ ~s ~o <'le planet 'or millennia.. • r ' • ' ' ~ . a .\earci1 led h·. '· ca1r1ed . s"' ·ere the e ... ..• e :: ' oe e\ ~ t1t' sur' i\ ed its t>\tXutron H0\\c._. <.u't' l'lt'' ('....~ ' cc .1l>tN...' .1ba1 l\J Tee'l 1\as St'c-. • ~- ~ ~~..te•esr s..i 1\l!h t ' 'Jl r1 r 1l1tHt'11 n1t1011. \ '·" i.• ' ... ... r c.!\ \)."0 \ ' I.e t1\:.. ~ ~ .'~l~t .Jt..' . cne rate of the . ..Jc1t\ <' ~ "eth 'g h 1'<iJ th u~:ht • . t al'' .I~ t' in ' e C1one \ \Jrs..:ed be n£ as !1· . t~e h •t• ht' \\I l ' I...m1i t.c~tx'l. Crown of \ 1e1 ii}' Is said to have br..(" "' :$. \ \\. :: se5ston ga1r. GAME EFFECl S t. t' 'h the t 'l'I .i ic 11.t """"'''" u " s ' ·t . Jedr..1 iP tht' 1 11ir~ ol .1n 1•llenSt'h p1 '\at~ 1~di\ ·1... . e atte1'l or of Force~ se•' · 0n1 all ove · ie ga . thl' plJ. ~)·n1.ln ''~''' lt' t1e··1g 1 1 ~1 ..:'.'1t C\ c e m1gt·· '"'e L'ee" ~11ough to .lt • t.t~ste' Tobar Ka Teen s un known \'\'hat 1s knO\\ r s 1111t Ka Tt?en 1ad 1' 1th •he per n11s s1011 of the Jedr Coun1.~d1 C0t. t' ·~ )ll\ thll'~ .:.i -l' ~ 'i.. T1..u_ . ' ~ t' 1.i \ lJSCt'' ' .1p ... ~l \\'el • •e Snhere s. ar1ct ... .~ . cte·2 s '11ston. .(\' ~.. <: eu ·10·' at.i l t' > f'( d ~ l HO\\'\(' _.Ji J_\ B <l1.n 'ltst tt1 'IS s. 'g : \ • ~ elt•rnentJI.-~..' '~ 1. 't" THE CROWN OF VERITY (AURATERA) In the ca\ s 01 the R<:> Pl b' ( anci e' e ' l'\efore..... ..llt'\\ . ..ib Sonei a ro a.l...Jc '~ . a't )n • 1 • .. < 't •ru.. let is t 1€' r~Sl -.i \.'' ~.ts a1u ast onon1ef'S out it .:irie~ -. -~ ci. ' '' t1..rl'lds Dt'$l"I •I. ~ ll\ ft''"' ~ -~ lt. \. . 'l01 a11 fl...'e of l ie p0.. t'10· ar curn~i d~~ph •~\\3 1 1.'i1.\\ ··~ . 0 r • rat cl J.and i01.?\\ •ts r :::ac 1...:i .. St• .:.~ a \ ng tie !'lg t _: rt ·nara :ter s Fbrte ra1 • .'\ tl'f'i ~ ~I . " ..:' t• ' \\c' ' 1.."I a ') character n1c: "~-:.. ' .:. '1. 1:'$ . ' ~ J t l I \ THE HERDER'S GAUNTLETS (1 l<TOTCH) t1 tJle . . -~ 1t • .. J · 111 ".1$ll\1e ~ conling . .°'' $1)(. ne Se~ •.1..e. ac<eo .. (eSS 'l periet· al ng r "E. 1t'1. .1 l l' [l' :.< l'\ t"'.. I 111-.

.ne . 101 _ ni J)()Sro 1n \' ~e ~ Orptlne Cr1t1CJI tl~ l -1~·· e~( Jue \\.s. cvr S0"1e pedectt~ n1unda e s e g.lrr I t The b._.•pp e O\-.)d'e<.stei1ce of . n 0n1ent...\"~li<l nor !\inaar....)h.g .)1.ss1ng the • .. a d for 1. ce ?tu- nes. .1 tt al " u 1"-tlffi\"l on th~ rr lt1\ t l\ d J u ell et tht' urit'\pe<:tcd e\l'Ut l~ \\ell"i. g.. arid a .... b~ 0 SO"ie or~e• .ll g.. ~xi . ng 0'1 the Ga..:r tne Force liriusua (sorre \•..:I" ~ren or the ' II g.) T.s ..:.o· ki ·l-ie\ (.. c tree$ en' .. ~ 1 " ~• t:i r m 0"' '11.1 sublf'tt riedn \~\'~ \1 '' "t' l c._a s .Jernorld rued b1 the tl1 e• 'lg. a creature 011t F legend re\•eale-: S'" ~1ernbe ""S v a ~ep_.~~·e "o.' 1 PlA'lER OPTIONS lilKXUI' O/T POVJ•A t t"\{ '"ltl} IT'.'le sa·d co" u~~ · "':: bounl?: _. B} sol\ 1ng thl' nddle. · ttet ''as "" •._or ·~a"''"' tr \. countered an L '\J(.. 1. r ~ ~nt:flcea a re\elanor ~~ .er. · . ~1:-ef ~ rte e .o J s n·ass ~ aroo~\...:"1e \\'ars..(l"teci eers from the chtl i e" 4-t t'1a. ll •< s . or out • s.P..l~?I'.· . --o e ..reurs of ''on.". op e..\ phenon1enon pr.:>light th._J1e ". -. ~tlun\..1~ \ t> et ' \\.:cirned dt the Jea1 Ten1ple on Co· s.._ ~ ·er. •r as ~ S0'1 or ecce"ltn.. ~e a't1fact k. ..Jnt et f\'taster l\a'1le r~· o-rp el:e \ SO ated The r"'."nie to.1unt.:. . ~"e . ~ SC"''e legeroen a St • ::.totch1 Force 1. ~ \."-"that ls Gat.Ce 1~1th as· O"lg natura reso~an~e \1. rhe t: \ S.1lt' .e ghbor1 ~ess Over t -.e d .. \\OrtGs o• Alee B · Ju g ·'"'e C". --:1\.lS : "l~1r pt. \Veanng the <J:L-· ..JC:e the half-da.1'11. rez' .111 <lltari.. . t becau$e he had been \VCr t'\tr-g °'" ~ \vhen the} areo .Sed o' OOt" a ge:1t1e sm1 aoo ~ soa~. puo ~ t' .as /o"g bee" 5Peeu· lateo to b.ete0 hand..t' .. t"ei\ ~J ": t~e Jed bn!l~ 'lg ·.. '~hat •:~ _. <?" : ~pQt>d 111 the Ur '-1r .. 1s ulun1acel~ up to =l '" . .? ) .tal't\ tha~ eventua '! lee to •lie b.1se~ " 'S" ea at celeES!S t ""e and t1 1e ~ · n onl) to ha e so"' e obstacle or ~:t see h m f s ' t It \'as "'lien the \'lllage children The curious ~1tti Rim plane~ o· i\leen r.1~red t)\ u e \ ".\~~ 11•s ?PPl1ca- rce thJE . Fo It €\er need be ris~eaa. rL . "' "-'?> tnat a' Ot'<ec tire cofnp'etion of rne Yer'de1 ·s Ga~1'1t !:: T>-·ough 'I ears o' exper·rnentat1on ano ~'"'"e \ b·t lrh ~\let•n's surfJtt' . Jn opporent "'1th ttll' u~e of the •c .. vCCaSlOI" that Che Jedi. heen ~' _11 · rig Reaactre.1b 1 re~ "1~.i'1g se 1se o" hu1•10 THE DRAM OFORPHNE 1e.' .no~'\n <s "'e :i ~ ." "'e as pe . oe..111...:.d o• arming or 1nctJp·1c.1 1 Ren.: ~~ • "6"' . 3d\ ~e.i•uflate<.. c-en th~ t\\\._....-s s.. ...ou \l sa 11npo$Sl'b el features oc ere planets t-\:'o!og:_ ·:oPQlog' ."'11\ es((lC'~'\ \\ 1-ie .~ 1r 1• " s s Jde ~' :a S Needa Kame Fumbled r "e • \.ltl\ h ~ll <1 ..Ja came trustratingf\ close to -ea·: "€ 1 s awb 01 crea• "'i: clr..• ·ooc a'ld othe • -e stra se o d "'la~ to aaoor.''.j . th~ f.. s o " ben.he .·. (ALEEN) •·~..0se Repubtrc !'.:ib ta'l~S Of tf'le \ dge ~ to h s .n11ng "' ~ --a :>ta Fru1t from beh1nn a s··•\. ..:J . \ lasre• l\.It$µ€ l'lg treq.111•·e ·1.1 n1.."t' . 1tes t.. · s ear)..\leena peoo!e. l"'"e' ·o t L1.. \\'~ •l nG\t \\a~ tt>l.een the t\\'O peop d their e1~\ ronrne "~s s abs0 ...)fil' l"1 '-. populated b) the greg~ o s .:..:iec jed to amuse hrs guests .- r.?'Id a~mosohere fe·1~ . J re at1\ef\ \'e kno\~n .' ttie rr...\.a"'cge fo..rn he t:entere<l t " s1 · helo oul ! ·:. :io ~eG the de tghteo • ~ e 6HI into the 1 r - GAME EFFECTS .!~~as .:"J . Ace lrd1nt to otnc1.1 locutt )0.'lrce n'~ Fountain transpo1 ttxi lilt: trooped R. earning ~ <. phh~e bein~ '' 10 sµ0.ce to theories chat the Force sa·· rates the \et'\ c s 1.nO\\!l tethno!.(.1t ltlng l'>p f 'l' ft.latter Qi. n' thP Unuf'n' fld to tht> surlul e vn . . lht~) :"1. orieo fro':"I· te:i.. tree! i--e Ktno.ortd ~ ·g " •01 \ r as O l. .. ~~ knO\\n as ()rphnt>'s Fot111ca111 • svP1l\$ttcutro "1~-.e ·i · d(' e~ \\hen · . e • planet and he e\.as th s .. of Orphne aaas ~l '"ther suppott.. ·aed into the Sllrface \VOrfd. anu 01'1}1 1nake \t>f J t n as d rnaneuvet A churacrer \~ho t 'we.i (l!t t>itht• un!..1 \~Orlu of Alee S . t:'"JOOta!t:er eed4 M":i'le 010 no~ d sco~ -age tr s ber lg pos"ES."t1no t~e"'S~ .. ' . 1. ·e Fo.ear.. ' s • • Character \vho \vears U1e Herder ·s Gauntlet <istss Ilg lhe t\10\e b8$1( po'4... .: to puale out tht' .e 1 0 1 :.

1 ll'f ~t1tsaber dueling. ''is ' '' n fo ·s H den deep \\tttun the temple are t1e ·-en1a ·1s or ! 111. 't'''l'\ ttlt' r rJlll .. ' '-' ' f 1.11 'r ''h ll tt'n J It '''i'''''t'tl\t>\1 l 't1. ' "-'·1rc ll •t.tlt''' \'ll~c )nr<' I rn '°~.~r ph .\~)~)('..''\~''. l' 1 '\' (.Hlt's til\os.' . rlu tl n1e to ~ $ e <. ~ l ~' 1 ''l l\ t \\ {) HlU l l '' \'\ it' t1 l' l I ( ' 11\ Tt ' ll \ I\ lilt_ ". II 't1{-....l\ ~ 1li\(ltl \\ltll lhl th1' \.1t..dC(i so.11 sl\111'• 111ti t \'l 11n1c"1l . 11" I 1ii' PP \Pk' IU \ 'l llrrn ln111\n11 i101tol>ll'.u1d l l. "1 -:iis use :i 111 llgt1t':idl)er on st ct•'i.''l ~ 3 't~..a.l. \\'hon h~ n1ilfltJ>lllfltPrl the crvsk1lc. 1. ht?hl .l\ tu ..lll l~I ( 'll t' '\fl:3 .~" \ '\ l lll ) \.' Rr1 d1an Jed Lodaka An unparallefcd 11 1 1~tl'll of lt1e tll11ti 101 rn of 1! {11 IS l \\ . .!) t a_ a · u ~e of Rebel ac: \ ..:" 1 •• t' \) ll....~"' flnt "l \~ lt.i \}' t'\..(Lon.a~l J t t f ' \. ~· all • 1s ...1ot i1n.. l ~ itt l " dlt .1n1 .cs Spec1ficall). I h t l.. St11hll't. .1v \·n \11 N I_ ru11111.1· :1rl''c 2 i\. t \ ( • \ I J \ '\ l' l t: "' l ~ .1 1111 . I.l\t.Uti ~'1. GAME EFFECTS "-' ..11\tl l)Ul lll h\J)t'l'fl•llt' it I l1 ol!' \)I \)ll\" t.1 t~r fllr Jlnt l u 1t ' tii~. .ll f'I \\lt'k1rt' l('t th l \ )l)fl i1 GAME EFFECTS ' t \\ 1 l r .!tt t') •3 tc an\ '. '..ill'\ l~.. reasoned .is 1\1"'-'·natcd b\ tht') n1.\)I I<'"" tlt1.<:t' .. 1 llr1 flll~ tf l\l)l tn11Hir t.' 11t.)f lh~1 ltdlt ti\'I . a110 she took a 01s(. :e .1Jn hu ''.} ' . Fl~e · 't(• 1ls I) o Jeo . 1\.ll\\lltl' J~ I I llt' 1. \\1th bl.. tt \\h '\...' ~ ht'l :o 't'._.:c ')() lit'\\ 1\t'l l' lfl •Ill~ 1(\ \\J. t\f l ..:..l .\l.1 ·''t' Jl'lit 1\le1 111 the t ' of 11 ll' Rt'Plll)ht.ltllt' ill ..~ :11 • ·" ··.1 llt\''l ~ht 1 h l 1 \ ' f'<i ' 1 ll l<'.!:? s )t'. <)\\ nf <'111t' It l\ tl ' f \ '1 d<'f l'( \ -. c'.inti t tip ~hut 11 t 'It 1 d1. tH \llfrt' 1' 111 ~d''. i...: ce of the k~ ll~r er.11~ (1.~. ()r ' llllf'[lfJllllP. R : for . 1 1\lUl\'tudt'Sll~t ·IUl'1~11 \\ ll 1 rls11c n1u 11 lt•ss tt~ lllf\l ll1Hl\. tit' It I '\J.'~.l'lt~t llt1111.. prel rr 11.. the Roo1an \\as unusual .. ' a<..t l ht' '' l l ' t\.~nt~ 11 15 thC>tJ t I r y I lf~fd ucce~c.t ~ tJ \~ f'1 .\ tilt r-::-t fl~l1ter · ~ 0 ··~e ln1~)e.011 ' . Soresu.'l lus l~)t's i~~(P t.11~1on~ Jedi for al_o spending much of tler un1e niastl'\1 inR ~1 ch~ c p rle t1ot often thought of ~ c0Pl~u1ct1on \\ilh till~ or\it.' .) )USlil t' l>Ht llllll \' \)tht'I l..)\\111 le) h.-i 1. \\'llll~' htjht1n~: l)fl \I I ud \11 ll\t' lt.t'llliS \U'U l ' l \ l't'I ~\\ j he I \!\ kir1 t.\n st 1111phlt•rs and ~~till 11 ll\\ ' kl\1. ' j A Ul iJgl1 ~o u etl n1odc1 n grav held r)f'OJO< to s cJ o n rr: rr it •1>ulator:.1 s<' "· \)\\ g ~nenl l10rl '> ('1 tit1en t~n1plt~.ll)J)I onrh o tJ er stud~ A nwnts \"I th man~ fom1s of cr)1stals..' ptk1lt't:t \\ht\lht'I (ll th1e on 1' .l!U\t.1e sc1enust.h \tlllt'll l'\ ~ 'Ii\ tu Ci~\ t'it)J) thc> <)llllll\{lllli1dlll>ll' pll\)tlllf' lil'~ ~l l)\11\esl C)I lilt' 11 ' '"'l") " I~lf 1cinn·~ Iii 1111 i1 .il'c' 1\ 1. TER L GHTSA o...1l l' 1..nit ll safeg~aroea a FC' (.°th. t':1 ~)t~nt''·t · 1r 1 . cl n r e r '.. \\ 'i. !\t. lie)\ "\\d • 1 P l.. ti L.1. <' 111slrud. . t\' ·1b \)f lhl' J \i l~ J .tt' I \) 11E I {\ t... al l • 1 s \\.t1~ritil p.t l ' l'C tll l1ht i s I~~' 'ht It' .1n t'H un1l 1 \1~. .l\ ldfl l fl Ill j{) I .)<l< t'\' Qf ll~llll. till' \\ \t.} \ 't. ron11olh. TARADON'S HELM (ILUM) In tt1e Ja a ' at a ge.1lk his Plt'\ s... "'\ t'~ e 't .111 J'l'"'-l'"'-t' tit' ["'11.1 • O t ~ht'. '' 1 \1 t \\llll rt'h1\\'ti rt)I ll'"I~.u t'I\ n1.:::.1...1\'' l'ltlll 1ht t. 1he n anet t~ .1tiu .1.ed rn ht" · . to conc1u t hPr el\pr.. s'ie n1ade careh1I.. ta ~ <Jtl .l '1 . .-. lllllll •' \\ I " • 1.:"' \\ l to lt)lllkl'\ .. \l ' ... Looaka 1". .>nll1 'I . l~t .l "". ht 1 h~l\ .'\l J)1.1ds..11\ p1 ''" 1 Tut ltit)n \\!t' l l) r1l1 J 1 I R • . \ fl 1 1 I t p1k1ls I fl{)UEh nlllll\ sht!)\\flC \t~ llll\ lit' ll" \~\I\ thP lleln1. h l.l~1_1il\t \\..y ~)11 ru1t' Ja' . \\ • ' \ • \ \ ' '\ • ' . J(•(ii C\)lllll 11 lhP hlllll Ill .~ ~ t' l l J l~ 't lt'·-tll)\ t i \\h 'll lltt' t' I lr l'fl.roperue of ti1e \:anOU:i er. . on d 11 ulP<Uldr l(vfJI using thl) r 011.\' l 'h. \it 1\)l1:-> )l 1\\.. 11\\1()Uhi \t. both natu1t1I and r l 1reo concentrat111g her efforts on n1oti1flcat1ons 111 I 1 rJ at coatings She lheor1ze<l that the eft<~ct~ d ff rer r f rrns oi Cl)fSldls used 111 lrghtsubers coulrt r t b I ( IJ' JfallOfl the Cl)Slr1lllne Sllll( lllr~ or tho oa . t\.lli\)I\ is kllt)\\ll t') 11.A _ " lO\\ . l~U.

3 J' a One examp. accounttng for the mind gg:1ng array of craft 1t could augrl"ent • lh= • Reinforced and rugged the Helm s bel e'•ed to have sur \ .a axy A1Ul!)ugh Ule samples· provenanre ~ riov.( a cc.i ~ . samp es of wh c~ are tr"' ti b/ se-. capab1e of \vithstand1ng tremendous pressures. rerol one 0 when making checks that involve P~ oting u. P 'I l r. .ble nine kilograms on average. 1 ~ p.-e•a I 1 fl ' f (j ti ( f PTS ~ C-S and agr bu ' a "' 11. other sur' vars of the batlle 1n the planet's fngid skies believed that Taradon of Core1ha sacrificed himself in a successful last aitch effort ro fight off a force led by turncoat Jedi raiding fo~ kyber crystals . plants form.s.. connect the Helm to a ship.ind1ng and fused to :he aclual seed mateflal takes tl1e forrrr of a \·. d rt'lg sePd.. the Corel/ian apparently chose to bring both vessels down in a fiery collision.1 the ij.. or endocarp Sv"'o. knowp aeatn He died secure in the knowledge that Deelguh had to only the very few Force-sensitive scientists who have studalso mer hrs end ied them.v1ng i<nows v1hat mariner of shnJb. Around the same time. dolrna ring seeds are r. • a 'f 1. computer moments before his death. .. to his There 1s another characteristic of dolina ring seeds. Their Force reExped1uons to investigate the crash site were never activity was first discovered and described b~ a SuHusran successful in locating the wrecked ship.C1ent sts Jft Tne S"eds are just that..·i 5 1'f. and baths of caustic and corrosive chemicals w ith .. a human farmer and chemist working independent!~ came e\\ed the logs theorized that it might have been a fu~c­ ''!lr1 of the legendary Ta radon's Helm.n angiosperm Hov1ever.r lro box ud d .. kept as a closely guarded secrer. Lhe farmer hid her in his laboratory 1vh1le he tried t. "'" .har mal<e their' fascinat ng on their own..\lffiJ) ('i or tdrly Rnn11t • ' ... .I I • dd I '\ corrr th • ~ • ti • J • t I te nn :>&it~ l \'th u e •lo t . making them some of the hea•· est known plant matter Taradon \vas fl~ ing in close action against a starfighter piloted b~· a rogue Jedi when they entered orbit around flum The rrartor pilot was a Rod1an Jed turned assassin 11amea Deelguh. only to be stymied time and agarn as the Rodian was n1s near-equal as a uoth the culm1nat1011 .onder bu· the do11na " rg seeds have charactenst1cs r. . 1rois of almost any craft capab1e of flight. C JI but tJpenng to a cor!lcal point on one side .. PLAYER OPTIONS 1 WI s C1' PO\JJLZK .. no dolina ""g seeds have e\er germinated av1ay frorr the soggy soils o' Dagooan. but.... whom Taradon had trainea 1v1th as a young Padawan Taradon had long sought Lo bring Deelguh to justice. the hardened fruit layer. lished about the ring seeds.... Though small enough to be meld 1n the palm of a human's hand..hc: button~. this man at first kept the sample as a simple curiosity. Taradon knew the raid must be stopped...·.e· Tnis unique shape has ' long fascinated b1olog1sts. I ~ "Ing (. and 1nd1cato" flgrrts rough!. :'1 l'Tlb n • I ' • r DOLi ARING SEED (DAGO BAH) ' ' .confiscated by agents of the Empire. but a careful ex. 1n fact.i i n r !erred r kl>ar<.' f I tnp• P. 1..crnjf n s 'i ll takes the forrr t. unlrite the vast rnajonty ol coated 'Cr!dS that have been rata1oged From across ~nO\'Jfl space. f •rt ai\' 1 Ls o' p l 'l 1 t df'\ ~. AFt.. \.ot spnenca or ovoid lnsreao.. The Jedi who re.1sterrous orooer· es c. • b•o J{. CQncerns IJffvJgt'lo. \•1ho seet to learn what .e r n1 D ~r bar ('•I. so no one no'I.. Knowing that the fearsome fighter would become yet more dangerous if the raiding mission succeeded. Ho ·. ' 10 enng plant. Taradon rode his burning craft all the way down to the surface. fighting to protect its across a dolina ring seed in a lot of seed stocks he had pur·naste•." 1 ELM pw ·M·n::n ' 1u. and the scientist herself. check 1nvol 1es piloung or using a stars 1P Yf. ttle or no physical evidence of trauma to their outer coatings.on· 'JJ<: 10 be stud•cd by !.rce sens1t 1ve rharacter who possesses Taradon's Helm rriay ·1 . a conclusion scoffed at by others. were prompcly na. Seeking to protect his daughter from lnqu1s1torial kid.:Jnd 'he beginning of the life c. who said the Helm chased as part of a load of salvage from a Trandoshan junk dealer Unaware of the scant findings that had been pub\'?Uld never have disobeyed a command.ff~' '810 !>ti'' yp_ge1a . t na c Tar.orm 01. For one thing. • ~ f •l)tr ga a r t . . J.} ~ c <i!' t1 ong wtlh tt1e leads that e>'teno from t "It: fJ(e point that connects Tarae1on·s Helm to .agronomist 1n the employ of a Mid Rim foodstuffs company arn1nat1on of Taradon's transmitted flight logs revealed an just a few years after the end of the Clone Wars. e•nbryon1c. or tree might gtO\" 'rom ' hem Normally. With Deelguh's ship about to land. · znr :1~ t'1"ir unusual shape and rn..e1er.ckedly clever. It was only when an Imperial Sl·\'eep of GAME EFFECTS his planet for Force sensitives targeted his young daughter that the ring's value became apparent. dolina ring seeds mass in at an 1ncred.- Uea O·:"?' .rig a starship or vehicle If there is some question as napping.. Presumably unable to eJecc or univilltng to leave his ship behind. plant might grow from a nng.. they are near-indestructible.1c!e of an unkPov. thus st1m1ed sc1ertists would ~urri t!le' attention to some otner .oody nng about lhree centimeters 1n drarrie.r·1c1e t"'11 C her mother A quick records check sho1'1'ed che agents that • e lv1 rs the final arbiter. o re C'mbl. and even of a size and shape approprlare to be worn as jewelry on some seritients' fingers.ed the crash that took Taradon's I re on lh1m It may be sec'l as ironic that Lh1s ace of the spacelanes and ships captain l'~tthout peer died 1n a crash. rh. extremes of terrpera lure.'11tl"i mu t pie m~thods available . from simple • osphei c hoppers to interstellar dreadnoughts The "" r. · h· or lo convince the Imperial agents thal she l'v"as orflvorld \\'llh u•Pr U.c ivtie•• · ·..i11c.l1t oHa. Al of this JJ:i•dentifiable surge of energy coming from the Corellian's scientist's research. c.'P • o· d<•rs is U e r:loll. . having successfully fought off Taradon's attacks. Another property unusual in a clearly biological artifact 1s the seeds' extraordinary density.

u P.t l'.'l 111\~tllb~>l of lh0 Rehellioll Shf' still IVCcllS t tP 11olina 11ng St't'li ht'I 1.1nr1• H 111•1 lltt' llllllly 1t1 11111 u1 l11•1t1(•nclo11 11 f or<.iy p111 lo1111 one free Movt' rnanc•uvC'r durrnn C'lrh .111s111111 It ''" pcrlo1n1t•<1 hy '>yl 1 ad'ihon '""' • i'lr1 R<•I •I stlt•Jlll!'ilS shO\V 111. Ill'\ 1•1 ll' l)e st'1''' h\ t he111 :lg. 110\v on a (Jl. Pt l'tJ IH~ld Ii\' .1 •111[('(j 11 rho11gl1 ~11t.1 blur as sht' tll?Li into 1ht'>~)t cllld . \\Hhl\\CI ·' 1 liask~1 1s . for examplel may choose from the follo1ving t\lot1\at1ons during Step 8: Determine Motivation of character creation (see page l 05 rn the FoRcE AND DEsrrNv Core Rulebook).' n <li . tllllb l llt' ~1\1. II II GAME EFFECTS 1\ I orc1' st1 1l51t ivP cl1c1r.1n 111r11•d1blt' hurst or sp1'ud I Ile l111p1• ·'t~ 1'..11lht'1nn~1tl' Fi'lll' . ~ t · o1hrs LlllllS.•11vPr~ per ro1 rr1oci t t11s Lur n a11cl can allow the chdracter lo pl'l 101111 tl1rpr /llaflCUVCrs ln <I l11rn rrhe user also ignores tile 1ing seed's W('lghl l Be JOI' A Ithough t\ 1otivar1ons are usuall\.1111 tht l. If the} do so.k1 bl )l'l 1 '-)\1·rh1'0rlnG lht' t''\t'(Ulk'll tll1• f~ill l 111il nho111 llt''Pt''l11lt' \ \ flll\ lhlnp. t•·.. or characters \\·ho have other tres to these locations (such as a scholar \\•ho has been studying Ossus. personal Lo the ct1ara(1er.ll1 11nl1•1l incl 11111. ~ '-'.('fl')ll IVC bc111e.ll rlll I . r111s Move l fl~ll<.1~ lht'\ 'illOI 11111 Ill.'I{~\ oi !lh' Lt\ 111t: ro111~ llll11 d ill'! hfHIV.i11d l11!1 1•xll.uicl lht'll th1' 111~1111 1)111 hHll\ \)I I 'Pl"' t'\ ltlt t'ti lt~1'lf .1the1 round.)J (l' (\\. S\ la LOCATION· SPECIFIC MOTIVATIONS 111•1 111 11k.tbthll\''\ tllul hocl llll1. l lt' \.it i' 11'.1ctf•d 1111) :itt 'nt11'n l t th(' lnt1t11~ttl<)n In thr rust pl.11 1!01111111 1 V1trll1h1t• \'it'IP. 1 \1" 11.1. the) should nol roll for a random tv10tr\atron. bur rather simpl\· choose 1rom those 111 Table 3-5: Location-Specific Motivations PLAYER OPTIONS NEXUS OP' POWllR LOthal .t111 1<)1Jll" ro P <J 1 .1 ron I' <.l\t hl'I.111 .\\\ t1nl\ . no 1 1111 11r.r.'UVCI 111ay be Ill acfcJH1on lo any Olher 1nt11H. II~ \v111r. ~11lli 1t.l th )( h(Jr f~I n11t 111n pr op1 ·11 ic~s of 1lrt • s1 1cicf rJI<' only tlclrvi w~. ne ~eea 111.ll'lt'cl 1vl1h th1' d )ltna r1n~ St't'll St 11~1nc thtll .. Characters hailing fron1 the locations outlined rn this booK.h<' l\h1)11ld dl) so...nt111n~ ll-s 111c11 itbh• \\1'lt~hl.11t1und 0\\ a t411)\\'ll ''on1a11. In t~lL\ .lll flO<.Ill Ill c.1111 . the pnl slrpp1•d Lilt' 't'1 1d 1>1110 1 " " ..IS then th. that IUtt]hl :-.1trnn1plisllcd F.1.l1 (1 11011 111 only !j11:-. dlHI ii \\'. rile~ are also likel~ affected by the 1vorlds the) are from and by locations Lhat have had a great impact on a character's hfe This section details Motivations that nla\ be specific to planets described rn Chapter I: Worlds of the Force.1ctc1 \\lho posscssrs n cJohna 11 .

lls 111 101'P'.irc:hr11'oloe1cal construc11011s <1L 1hc Auratera vergence fascinates the 1 l 1 H lLl<'r 6ardott£1 Preservationist: 1hr! Chii1.peoples The PC may auempt tl1rs Naboo I · .. cxlrc111Ply 1n1port:1111 c1nd potentially at rrsk. She is quick tn pornt out berng:> s11~ 11a-r-a-ct_e_rtias lived a sl1eltered ex1stenc~ and v1~ws the galaxy at large as a scary and.using 1 being an rmmher~se ~ ~. the Imperial occupacron has been 1ncred1bly lucrative. The PC wrll 111 111111 1 do ' P lo P "'C'l\'P h1i.ters ar~ serves to interest the character more.cs that n1ale t)clnfls should dcler to rernnlcs 1n important rnattcrs..ic1t:r l'Chcvcs lJnrdoltan history to b<. •site-all of these thrngs are n1erely rneans to lhe end of 1ncr easing \\'ea Ith te:x!s..-- -- PLAYER OPTIONS NEXUS~P~ . Wrde-Eyed Wanderer. t 1 knOV\'S her plcJc. C\t~rr ·11e . r1ches.~~------------------~--~--~ Plunderer· The past rneans nothing Lo tl1is character.. !earing lo express 1t _ Na boo Archaeologist: The character rs aware ot the ancient history of Ossus and actively engages in scholarship and fieldwork Ossus Ossus \\e1k Poet: The character 1'\'ants to experience Lile beauty and majesty or galacllc life" then return home and express the e:\periences u11ivord or 1n song The PC rnay recklessly pursue beauty and experiences 1vhere others would be nlore cautious.ts on prov1dinG Lh1s lnforrnallon to her companions and becomes greatly 1 allo\\'S hlln to . ~ lk 1 . .1\' posslllle · Bili dottn BardOtlcl 1nsp1r111f lhP PC to beco1nc sor111~th111g 01 an an1atcu1 archc1coloeic. This character has colluded \Vllh tnc Emprre rn some 1vay.SPECIFIC MOTIVATIONS F~llo~v~\ 1 011 1 0of Or phne: 1hC' t lhHt1(tur l!ncount<'J<'d lhu rnyst1c Or phnP ancl hacl 1\ll"1'n t A\r 11rc·chanRJng expPrl<!nc. " !flt JI r>laci· Bla:. and travel bet\\ieen lhe stars rs akrn to · "1r . touncovermorcoftl1cplanet~sec~~=t=s~. c PC dis la s a level or respect bordenng on obsequiousness to any Force user A Force. ilnd goC?S to groat 1ten. to gr eat personal gain.totthon I h<' chnractcr longs for Lile day ~\lhcn it becomes possible to return home ·~vhcn the Emprre rs no longer a threat to the beloved moon ktotch Collaborator: 1 his nat1vo ol lktotch actively 1vorked 1vll.. ~hrs c confounding. tt1ls ctlaracter wants nothing more than Lo Join a revolullon to rernove lilt lrnpe: r1cJI presence from Lothat once and for all The PC may want to concentrate efforts on local sabotage or to 1our11ev into t11e galaxy to join a larger cause - War Profiteer: For a ie1\' Lothalrans.1 i - AuraLCr(l s1tudy the Past : 1he L01lcct1on or chlf1 rc111 .5: LO~ATION .. 1vould turn a bhnd oyc 11 lhCJ cult were to attempt to stage another return M atriarch: This charnctc1 ts a staunch !\llpportcr of Dcvaron's n'atnarchal society Whether female or male.lllC 1ISSC'Cr1'Cy ' • ' s o Lnsurc t 1nt lllo wlcter 11<1l11xy cont11111vs to 11111 to notice A1irc1ter<J.incl Lo11t1111111s lo seek out mystic ~xper 1enc(:c. the old ways arc the bcsl 1ht PC luirbors secret behefs rn lhe Frangawl t idrtron '· ind 1ltlto11r. her own st1ip. old 1 1oca t ion or a hrdden antrqu1tv. -- ~ ---. Artifacts. inducing a hunger to travel 1n th1s strange and oa11< sorcery HO\\'ever.any status symbol at all 10 help him forget lean nights of eating old leatht•r and e. that will furthl'r change her llfe ' . and 1\lants nothing more than to drag lumscll out ol 11 Credits.rass Lo that Revolutionary: Sickened by t11e En1pire's oppression. and will do anything to protect this wealth Lothal -Envoy: r he character seeks to mend the diflerenccs bet1veen the Na boo and Gungan . 11op1nP.tc1 bLlrc1. or by engineering an event that n11ghl lead to unihcalion Naboo 1 Gungan Rights: The character believes the G~ngans are an oppressed minori ty or~ Naboo an~ seeks lo establish Lhem either as equals or as supe1 tor to the Na boo 1 he PC rnay be outspoken in Lh1s behel to the point ot obnoxiousness. the th1r.1· Isolationist : 1hrs th 111c 1c1 \Va it 1 t · . and doesn't easilv tolerate beings who do not 1 Caste Member: 1lus c tdrac e_ . cap~ble of wreaking great destruction or Force-Reverent.1011cal "ties :incl <11111. the character \\Ill t 11s o rvh them ritualc.r Tile PC" wlfl talk c1nyoni• \Vllo "'Ill lisle11 . belie\ es llaVl1Jumped (lbove their station· or t11ose who are acting beneath their station. apart from an eas~· 1vav Lo make some quick credits. : :i~n sees ~h/Force as 1nd1st1nguishabte from n1aglc. !"Ind ~viii pcrsondlly hunt <1ow11 t11ose who sell such things orfworld M cndlca!ll: ~111~ rl~<l1. droids rnay be devils rn d1sgu1se.. all l111s on Y 1vondrous galaxy I T.l11t1c1pate till luturc She lns1 d1st1c'ssed \\lhcn II Is not uCtC'd trpon 1 lktotch 1 Exile: This cha1 ac ter was part 01 the lktolcl11 exodus before tl1c Emp1re sel1od control of the galaxy and blockaded li. upon encountering other Force users.TABLE 3. Whether f 1:1 ·111p · 1l'Sl "IC' ions or 1101.ic ts. T h 15 haracter vre~vs any Force user as a po1iverful wizard. \Vil h lhc For Cl b~ '~ nounc111g un11npo1 ltJ11L t11111p~ 1110 PC rnay rcly on 1he good will ol others but will repay lhe favor 1n an~ V\1.h not a Frnnga1vl cullrst.vl Synlpathizcr: This character tielicvcc. and will only grudgingly accept male leaders under gr Clll duress ~- lktotch Visions of the Future: This cha1acte1 hehPv1•s < orreclly or lncont:?Clly thaL she has a sens<:' of prccognllron that :.ic. 1ugl1 nohtrcal n1eans.ulaxy.ttlL'1 lu1s taken" vow 01 povorty ilnd Wflnclc•rs tilt' P. the char":Jcter IS reviled by t11e lktotchr and will always be an outsider to them Lothal Up from Poverty: Thrs character has spent her entire life living 1n Lothal's squalor.. spells and chants so they can "harness· Lhelr power PC n1ay attempt Lo teac · • . to build a deeper connecuon...l1 Imperial agents to assist with the moon's occupation.e 1virllfn tile social l11e1arch).. or 1nay harbor 1t deep 1ns1de.L I Franga\.


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If the group has the chance to obtain any- MODULAR ENCOUNTERS IEXUS OF POWER ------ - ' . or to act as a transition from one s1tuat1on to another • • 1• The Light Within l • Foundation for an Entire Adventure: f\·tost modular encoun ters can be fleshed out or othenv1se expanded Lo become far larger stories.. :. Having a general plot 111 mind should make inserting one or more of these encounters into an adventure relatively easy.11 get into that Ultimately. Or • n~ as d I r . .es on the back\Ytlter '~rid of Auratera \'llhcre they explore ~~~~---+---~~~~--~~~ "' ~~ A cunning foe \-Jho believes the party 1s trying to usurp her d1scovel) of an anc (. Some modular encounters can be greatly expanded upon to function as the centerpiece for an entire campaign . In some cases. and profiles for NPCs and adversaries can be found 11cre. Tempe n before undergoing an age-old tradition to prove themselves \VOrthy u Cave SeCtJrtt~ r vVhile exploring the ruins of Ossus. 1 The Trial of Skill steps on the path to becoming Jedi.lJl n tfle foreste eer the Square 1 'las arri\ ed at sue . the GM may stage one of these encounters as the opening for a campaign. nt.fl' :t• the PCs on Empress Teta m Exploring the Acal>IJs Ruins \'\itch's\'\ rath • Jedi hopefuls constructing their flrst hghtsabers must locate the legendary Jed. a temple no\v tainted by the darl\ side or the Force. t ·r al' ot til USING THESE ENCOUNTERS Each of these modular encounters is meant to help the Game Nlaster guide the players 1n exploring situations ana settings steeped in the po\. the PCs stum?le into the C 1aMber of Ant1quit1es. . the GM might select a modular encounter that gives that character a chance to take center stage and play up an emotional strength or weakness. or as the beginnings from 11\'hich all future adventures in tl1e campaign can spring. with the particular nature of the encounter. must stop a rarnpaging monster 1na1 breaks lrce from a travehng circus But who set 1t free 1n the first place? '" The Menagerie - • Planned Part of an Adventure: The Game Master can specifically select a modular encounter to be a key piece of an adventure." intended to give the Game Master a rapid understanding of the encounter... • Dealing with Triggered Morality: If a PC's Morality triggers at the start of a session.ye_a_rn_i_ng=-to_e_s_ca. • Reacting to Unexpected Player Choices: Sometimes players make choices that derail a GM's plans for the evening. The Gl\1 may use rt to set up another important element of the stor)•.:p_:_o_\'J_e_r. events. Finally... Most modular encounters are flexible enough that the GM can drop one in on the fly as an appropriate response. They could function as the culmination of a PC's character arc.ver of the Force.. this section w. diSf ' I) ar iJtl ' the S!:e J thing of value (such as credits. and when. or an 1. This is the "thumbnail. Other encounters may occurw11en the PCs travel to the location in question. Table 4-1: Modu· tar Encounter List provides an overvievv of the encounters in this chapter. the modular encounter wraps up with rewards and resolutions. tant lead on a larger investigation}. JOU RN Th~ ""ildular enc •• . gear. a \'ault of Justice A once-powerful bastion of the light. contacts. ·e Once they . . and what kind of setup or circumstances need to be in play in order to use the encounter. \~here 211 i-----~-------!-a_n_:_c1_e. niusc be cleansed of the evil \Vitl11n ~~~-'- ~~~~- If ll Sounds Too Good to An agent of the Emperor and a craft~ Nautolan lure the PCs into a trap on Naboo 1vlth promises or Be True rare artifacts \Nhile on the isolated \~orld of Weik the characte:-.. The second part describes the actual encounter The location. Each modular encounter opens with a brief description indicating what it's about and what's supposed to happen.npor.·. This introduction section also lets the GM know how the encounter begins.1: MODULAR EN(OUNTER LIST - The PCs find themsel1.:. or otherwise engagt. as they race one of tne f."..:. how to use them..TABLE 4.v things are concluded and wha1 s1tua tion the PCs are left in at the end is also described Jklll"S. Taking a lool. ho\. at them as a whole is useful in plotting out which ones to use. especially if the players latch on to some aspect of the experience and expand upon 1t..p_e the vault calls tO them-bl r 'S r 1e po\ver a treasure or atr:ip'> The PCs are put to the test 1n a series of ever-1ncreas1ng challenges.

characters who prefer an alternate route can climb along a slick. read t 11e 10110\\•ng aloucJ Spilld/t/ trees QI\'(! 1\'0lj to t/11ckef '. but it is unlikely the PC is aware of any <Ci 1ec. but his exh_ austion temporarily decreases his strain threshold by 2 until the end of the session or until he gets a full night's rest CROSSING THE FALLS The two sides of the falls are at short range from each other This 1s too far to normally 1ump.~ p'a) \\~ e '1e oafl\ 1s · .. thin path Lhat runs behind the \"later fall Traversing Lilis path requires a certain an1ount of brute strcngll1 Lo l1old 011 againsl the rushing vvater PCs n1ust sue ccccl di an Average ft tJ Athletics check \Vi th • • due to t11c slick su1 lace and cold '"'ater to cross safely If the PCs rail . rd ft t tl Survival check to determine t11e best path. ·~ toresteo area suqourd•rig t'1e ..:ir f d tl'lerue ves sent jiere b~ 3 Jedi ir h d g as a .e11tcr or ro O\'t: an agent of the dark <... Ha · I"( " par·'/ ·~ rr•ad/ to set out.f!I'( lfflf'll'> I'.. MODULAR ENCOUNTERS NEXUS M POA R . r.!t€md~ ~" '· tie\ m "'aht P I n for erner ~pa I'S.e • d of tne PCs oi 1ts O\'in accom JOU NEY TO ACABLAS n..1. thorned ilr 11. Alternati\el-y. spanning the gap are two cables. t.. If the Player Characters failed the Survival check at the beginning of the encounter../7 \frercl/I'' liken 1veb /Jet1\ee11 trees..t1on to the Jedi or Sith.g tn~vr11<l t11e rnountains beyond n1e The party is on a high ridge about halfway up the waterfall. 11/1 tufts of loncJ.\1. Pedt...1 E XPLORIN _ T E ACAB RUI S 1 T \ I t t t GEi I ING THE PLAYERS INVOLVED • • • acte"i '" n • be na• \ t: to . of the check once if the character 1s "vmAuratera Success means the character knows there are dnr ent ruins there. have one PC ma ke a f.\ci•atera the PC Qri. one above the other: the remains of a long-rotted ·e 0 e .ab as Ruins. 1 ne~n<. ounrl. i\l/oments later. seerns to surround uou.... and each one should make an Average lt tl Resilience check to press on... A pack of soaring sku-lilue <. Failure means the PC can still continue.s roughlj twenry kilometers from the part T e PCs can maKe a Daunting t JKnowledge (Lore) check to see what they know about the region.y.e are on l\uratera the 'ergence ca..'2efl the SqJare Sea and the Erkeere Ridge OPce the party r35 arnved at such a location. . div·e down l/1e ravine.. be~ . ma be ong ~g to a 'ormer Jed or S H1 1.. t1111111eedles.. E1·entuoll1J.. /1f. tl or@ can be spent to learn 'fJ'P. Characters can make a Hard lt Coordination check to shimmy across ~lsing both hnes t tl As another oplion. t11e11 beaks. steor11l11 r/l'rH\ ing louder as IJOU travel. and this J hav~ an effecl later. page .e "1od1. about the site's history (See The Acablas Ruins..JfL· trt:>I\ is lDk111g longer than expected One(: the path is found. tf7e11 en1erge n·ilf1 fresh hs/1 .. cal to .:ne folio \ 1ng aloud: The ro K 'c1r'11attor . the PCs should feel hungry and tired.. ~\ t.) c• •• THE Hll<E Wt.. reveoling t/11· P<i<Je of u roonng waterfoll.are ·re &te A. Characters with jetpacks or similar equipn1ent can la~d safely on the other side without a check. ent a•ch1\ec.ilr encounter should beg. · ·· e d .8(. \·onishing in tile sprou of rru<-1 I 11· 101.. .. The GM should rnention tl1at t11e . read .'ed ~s e: "tence " ari anc. t11e yrounrJ 111rn' roCklJ ond t11e brush cleors. which itself is nearly forty meters high. A fo1nr. screecl1ing a nofJ/e cry before gllcl11..k11sn111e. pari '/ spends some lirne wandering lost • ~cueh the forest before finding the right track. 'Dr details on the site.e o f1iss1ng of air. :he. but there are a fe~\' different ways to cross. /01-1· stot1c .

' 1 •r ~ ( ....-rrr. oche"S MdS~ StL.. wh'ch req.>..r 111 ll<E' ) Ave~e Slt "viv~ll check tt.: @ .t'' ~~.ikr tt· ' Ore~ 1 tc' "'(. +l • +JDiscipline check ._1'1 l 1s ~1._y of tr s c'aec' v''\:e o""e cl:'..r 2 scra ~ URSOSAUR [R'VAl] ire u::sosav'" ·:a srocK}'.NI L l t~ ~ Cr Pi~r ::t· ll • $ R 'C THE Cll ~"t:'O~" t'·t· wo.. 'N ~the'" . s a 0 er... sutlsist on a diet o: = bewes a'"d fresh..... a . a .... •1 r<:' tt:i:. 'Jee 1s ar r~•eu iJ .: v"' o') aung neelee trees fo' n-est i...ei: ..3..= ~ ~ ~ h.i . f j see pa. I through the fo -es~.. H(Y.? ' i\t:iKl' ro!IO'Ning aloua.e ~f) te'"r..1er a ooe t -e<il.. ·4\..\J "i~ we c·ea·_ -e ~·..'lo Desn"'' Core R·~ eJv1... .. "S a ... r..rtered a rnreat ro \:hose ~·. T ? oCs ca .. Daunting (• • t 1e pd~t· gets ri1..11"es aP Ea~ (..h • • taJe co the cola ~vater " ? • 2 S" ::::r:oss HOIN€'Je •• r"'e PC ~ener­ a:es @ !§} "' ~ cross g...'1Jped cmered 1"1 th c sea es ra .s t.: e e screar 1s ca' oes "a the TH ACABLAS RUINS Once i:he charac~ers 1na1<e chn·bed ~'le face. •·. 1sh.ho . ~so~ a\lllCI" '" -.11. :: ~... Fi"la1 \ PCs ca" op_ i:u ..:s 2 Bra.. o a"ld fa 1rto tte strea.. ~ti the~ "-~a arge ~e )~ s...1er u01-.1ese rrass e rept1 es a-e s~· co"ts..... ... a able to 221 o" ~ e FoRcr ..iaa.:io ...g.....· " ' Abilitit': Eq ulpn·~nt ~ I 6(. I) l( tr..ces tr"'e j'rf '" .. 0 J. T~e top o• t"e s~eer roci.t"" "a ch~!\.ec. Hard Resilience check ...o--: "'J ~ge • o .· ... ~ tia.i.-. " e 2 ~ .a:i:.e ro Lr) ag<l r H..e .·-o =-01'c' •1 r._ .. ' ce c+.. ~ll"OJ. : a a Skills: NJ t.e ~"'::..:: ~ .t gree~ Its oar'" oea~ tS ca.. "e-.. 3 Coerc O" 4. .~c ~ : s £+ H<lVt' ore cr. . 1'lal.r-:....~ J ~a ~ si. .......::. for each o• ~hose .J ct generate Co. .. t1 1:. 'r J.i:f: s . r. .g ~ne CTh.~t pJ:r F1 ~ 1 r ..?a-s ...1th "· ~ ~ . t.€ aga·.g.''X"'"·~s ~ i "-""- tl de~o~r . to veroar. ~ ""'&l tl"e\ s..tent. . ' ... PercepnM t ~ner: 0.. a:: f.h• be<:adse the ·-oc..e :. ~e i'.· J"•.-.."5.t..i a~. tt-e l\X' face.<..:>ab o• d cc -g ."l:XJC: ..........• 'k.. ::< _ s· as easr y snao a charac· ter's r:rb c ean off 'l. (meaning :he_ 'a a: sr.fL::t 1n a"l af'1"0J"': tl1e G~~ aetms 2po~na:e Us -:g CT: s anger route a':so ta"'--eS: -ea b: ~~ -r-e ~ -C: -g _ e ozr..• r. a de• close..:ceed cl~ a Hard Athletks ched. s c:ire '1e:1.s ~ "e st·eJm s J~ med.' l' • ' ..s ng ~ co .l-..a."tlO 'S!~"" ~ ta Li-. bE "' ~· ooposeo ro (''1 St' d srot 'J a..1 ·co $ ).o . th:' a ffiatt.1 ri t'1 $? · i':' . see oag.JI .: I" the cl-Jarac~ers •:··ea the s . t rar ..~.. .)y -e~ "re f.s tre tJ ~~ . :.\'€\o/ fZ ~ l'iitn 0·1e C''" mo e ® c ~ 1~--s ~} fall ~. ~(' PQ I st dJ ..:neck..: e"' ....e ~ unab e to rna~e °j'c ascer~ a ~a.'i~ fe s '1.'h e they p:ura .ti1ch is o"' aecer:d 'ls :s te~:o").'1 l~ 10. ~..ara<:"ter ~~ ' .i~'' ··g dl<. n t:.d ~ r ~a:e .. S'lC.. U!"R sa..-e ~t:ct FORCE ~"o De:sn"' Cv.i& bJ: ·r cc ...e!p?ck car r·?~e · ~o the tot' . • \.t~rf... t ra'lge f-o"" tre PCs \\l1·te PCs . ... ) Athletics check v-.:> climb 1111 ..1deu '~ " ~ Jee l• "S oo~tng IP rn '· ~ of trees o!an'. ( .J\11e\er f "'i"> o"e or ..l to n1.1$ p.1' o. ra"lge..e 22l c: c::a ·e .. sea ea q.... Iii.• ~cte<. g n: ::..)a!ty es· .. eJ ~er.. nsrrea"1 for a ra f-~1 ornee 1 cross .. wti ..:R the r~. CC". the' OISC -sha":>ed i:OD 0: :. ~ fa o• t '~e c... esoec·a I~ 1f sti canng for their~~.e cra <:a<:te~ c SJ."le:v a stu·o a -es 1g ursosatJr.. R 11 c _ -:..

1\ l/1•.( ti!!lf /.. .1/. . tile PCs can take a n101nent to en1ov rte a' The entire S\\'ath o a '"Id ':. nemesis characters from the campaign..a . c·! //(1//1 '1 /('I~ ''I'/'' :-(1'/'' II/ti~.1 /·1·.· In either situation. or jealousy._Q Because the ooors are ocf. o 1Oand a \VOlllld ·~. .~ be'ore ·hem. friendly NPCs.·u1'. ··WJu see the person you love smiling and laughing in conversation ~vith your friend.. Failure 111eans the PC lashes out in anger or CO\vers in fear and accrties 1 Conflict.. .1ed to t11e result ror each net ~ or t> t>.\ lil]lif J/f. ci s dl t 11led prL v1ously \ (' HEART OF THE STORM f:'(l'{ FORCED ENTRY ' • I .f'c>llOU /1c11.he) ha\ e t .. ... ( Tlh'ti 1/in11 />r1ol:t1·r 1il:._ .11!111!11111r111111t11011 1111.d ~·.ind 1/0111 do. . ort ll'l' '"-'t~l. •.a so be opened l\rth a Hard t l Skulduggery check (++ CAVERN CRAWLING . 111! 11011.he n they ernergc f1on1 the river Read che tollowrng (lfoud ). _1 Hard (+ + +1 Disclpllnc )l\t' lhC'\ llC' l l 11111' .111: /....c. at the Gt-.11 . Gf\ls should construct bnef.'1/ :: . \. . · 11/. .Le"s n'eans thev l" ~c~ rss 'l 'l1dat ng doors on CJ central p. \\hether the\ passed or failed Jt MODULAR ENCOUNTERS lmXlJS OF Pa. plus an additional 1 Conflict per net 'T 01 ~§~ ~§~ Success adds + 2 to the result of the d IO rolled to re"ol\ e Conflict at Lhe end of the session. the difficult~ of this check n1a~ be upgraded.'nl1 lllCI 11l11c. l . I .! ol chr11 i\Cll~r ell the Ac<iblas Ruins should garn + 10 \P Players shoulu be encouraged to pla~ up the grO\\ th ot their c1u1rC1cter tlS a result ot thrs tr 1al...-\1//1 1..111tl 11///le .. hvrLe...~1'<' fi11": 1/1. 1:.(i. I l1cv ~trll rind tlle1 nsl'lves sepflr al r.. prcv1011s cllec:k. Depending on the nature of the PC's emotional \veakness. ' . o After their trials are complete. • .. I ' /1. \\11en their attention retL r1s to the doors •:re t then1 as a silhouette 2 ob1ect 1'11th a \\Ound th1esl1old 15 ~ ~" ::> T' 1e\ car. 1 1/ (f<'. Any player \Vho rescued an all~ l\'hO failed the S\Vtrnming check may upgrade the ability of this check once..u-.:ed rre. . \Hill' 1111111 tllC'V At ti)(' {~~' s dKtl'('\I '" .'(' 11/d!C. Note tllat if the PC failed an earlier Discipline checf. . /)[l/1/t'(/IOCll/.hf'tk ~ ''ll t\ el n1 n Lr t 1us Pt'll ill\ <Hl ll sub~rqu(lrll t ' • t l ouc.) ll ) \'II 1 t.. Your love reaches out to touch your friend's hair.· son11'n//t'1!· ef-. 1e ' . . \.lll l "lllt '/(/('/IOI// {/f(' Ill Cl Ill d i di'.'. ha\ e Lhern n1ake A\erage C t t l Perception check Suc.et1.\Oft rl!hl . anger."· -!1111<.. the PCs \\ake up on the bank of the cave's river. . < O ce O" the platfoml.. in vie\v of a ca\ e e\ t . such discretion.('// litl/r' flt!fl!IC/ 0/0/•1·<..hould ue ...e ooer1 tile door<. upgrade the . at~orrn a"<'' ~ 't"' sta -s Gett 1g to le plat for n1 .. near the•t ''''" _...\ s1rnp1e p~1t11 leads the pa1 tv bach..111 1r thry hc1d been rihlc to sw1rn the r rver./.' I I I ._·. \ rne "\ . (/11//1 )1ll/1!1//(ll/(.' 1 • -!11 f/..J/..l enc ct ObJCCt '' 1th a soai-. pla< t' for 111 h11t 111~· rnosl po~lit'r l ul For( e 11scrs _I here.111 .. .\'ing aloud: Note that even 11 all tile PCs succeeded on thr. forcing the PC to resist that impulse. s Once the pany is 'side the ruins. lhPV C Ill I :it~ llH'll f'Wll lrlttls ltlOllRh c1 1 ercil ! Cr clrlflCllllY inrl nc•r 11 th.\ ..:·"·...t k I lhf'"k.I 11·1. to resist the compulsion it induces..1-. hea\'\. " re ~ rge._. l l\ . ..\ < h J• ll l tll('l . :/111: I'.. according to their emotional 1veakness. :! The PCs each see something different ~vhen the light dims. ll lh d l) . or characters from a PC's background or l\llotivat1on. a 1d 1oc.. The visions should be simple scenarios that tempt the ~veakness...... und t/(l{/ t111.. eled rs laid .' ~\.\l\f'/ \11/11//f'._. The scene can be son1ething as simple as "you see your nemesis in front of you. read the follO\.'>/tlll/ lllUU i!.. the PC's en1otional weakness should compel the PC to lash out 1n fear.1/lr 1J101111cl /1·cJ... '1 '1e ·~at 1 door.(' !10 .. 1n the di1 ection the\ can1t> trorn DENOUEMENT Eac 11 Pin~ er Charnc:t~r \\ho undertook a 'ergence·enh:int.· . .. his hand near his lightsaber. 1! )011 <Iii' Ii•. Hard (• • •) Athletics check 01 an Enhance Force po\\!er check o Move Force power check '' .. personalized scenes 1n which each PC has a chor(e to either act on the emotional weakness or resist 1L The beings 1vho appear in these scenes should be party and <.. the PC should make a Hard (• • •) Discipline or Cool check.\/)/Jl/1f 111/'-. l\ \ f "' tllten1pt to 1orc. \vith anothe1 + 1 ad<. ·· to something more elaborate.

tc·r Bolt1 MODULAR ENCOUNTERS t KUS OF POWLJt 6 2 Skills (gr oup only}: Brawl.wlde al· GEi I ING THE PLAYERS INVOLVED The pa1 I Y rn1gl1t be on Em pr css Tc ta for any nurnber of rca sons An encounter elsewhere In Ille galaxy LhaL involved a1~dris spier srnuggl1ng or a Mining Guild car1Jon1tc shipment 1n1gl1t l1.SOfiS can survive in vacuum and underwater: unmun. Sianna Sekko programmed cr. have the PCs make an init ialive check using Vigilance.i. p dlt' Oil llH 'ilfl•tJll\ t!rltl oJllC'YW 1y• )I I l. po!.S ]\lfl \VI 11 I • I " lhi• Pdl Iv I.lte Ila:. so they always favor a target wrthan aclivated llghlsaber.11nd f01 u·. rf1(• alleyway 1s several hundred meters deep and features tire escaper. th. louncl 1111. ea .e dro1ds lo fighl Lhe Jedi.:ivr. + 2 defense) t.El It 1s also l?OSSil)le Ute party can1c to L:rnpress leta 1. . llrat 1r1c lll lur~ :~~:. l~ll\ s<1nic• 11 klll Shi• IH>pc~ lo rlt1 n111. AUTOMATED ASSAULT Once they are near the Tetan Royal Palace..a&e 8 1 Equipment · Pulse \Vavc ::11 rav (Ranged ILrg 1' .1ncicnl 11. then. or PCs of an equivalent power t~lt .. s S1nc. rninion group:> sv1arrn whomever they percer•e ll) bP " r.r 111 I 1nprt'5'> 'Ir•· 1 c " 'ova ' IY I)(' llrill'>f)lr!Jll(>d dtJYWfl('f( 1/1 · 111 > J• . · and • • I Of ctnrt• Abiht 1es: Dro1d (does nol need to breathe. The droids identify the strongest opponent within rang€ and swarm until victorious. k • target r l 21 lhree or more cultist war dro1ds anae s" talents b} 1 strain cost to use the Dodge. t:str •• it I ' ii t r'1r1 l. Sianna SPkko re1nn1ns hidden deep in the alley al 1nediurr1 range. 111str icl t ' ' KNIGHT LEVEL ENCOUNTER W itch's Wrath is a reasonably difficult encounter wi th a Nen1esis·level adversary. lllj)Jt'C:.. in hopes or gaining some 1ns1ghl related lo Lherr own burgeoning l·orcc powers.i " f-> ~ I) '·' oun t ei Is d1•<. Ranged (Lrgntl. Whrle t!'te tab/". have been removed. IJef11nd a clurnpr. I OO·meter. Coordinated Assault (Wien n·re.. starling al shorL range.•lic•.If droitl~ IPd hy \1.d'il c gn .WITCH'S WRATH T Ins l'l\COllllft'I lrtl ~ I \l:.1p. c. they should ridd 0 0 Lo l11crr Cool check for dcterrnrnrng lnitia uve. <1ncJ site llunkr. •r ec .. Critrcal Range !Engaget · lJvr: plut1ng ( 1 l soak. 1se-1va~e ~" t Crrtrcal 2 Range !Short!...11. T~~o mrnron groups of four war dro1d<:> Prtch ollack the party.0 learn mo1c abour the ancient Oel Droma Epics.1Lu . lefl a ti all Lhal led the party to I rnpress Tel.ixy 1ltdl llllRlll llldr . pu Pierce 21.11 'Sllclllf~t' \\/. 11xplu1111p lltf' f~oy.1ny corn pc• 1l 110 ~ 1 0 or <1rurac ls Llto11gt1110 Hci wiltu11 l llt)IJ~ll lll1s I)( t .0 fdltOll · 01 llH' f 11. read the fol lowing aloud· ley thal curves along the massive. on one sicJe and dumpsters on the other A nearisllop window reveals an abandoned eatery. a gutted bar is visible in the back "ear a scL of sw1ng1ng doors lhal lead to an empty kitchen area CULTIST WAR DROID [MINION] These custorn· war droids look flke skeletal humanoids wrth srnooLh. a "' 11 lel!.c the dr01ds and Sekko were hiding in ambush.rcat est I l'lrcaL among the PCs. 1 a m1111on and toxins).i11ttd '1el<ko 1d11k "1d1 r 01( e \Vilt Ii ti 111 I 'r ' .l 1 l11•llrvf!•. )Usllt'~ 11 I Ill· Wll<. j I PJrl u 11 ( ron r. . Each carries a unique pulse-wave array Lhal looks llke a metallic unstrlnged bow.. ft is recom· niended that GMs use this against groups of Knight level PCs (see page 3 21 of the FORCE AND D ESTINY Core l"~u lebook). but fires a powertul disrupter blasl The ends are filed to sharp points suitable for spearing opponents 1f 1'I. Vlc1011s 3J. . Vig afl(e Talents: None. then syslemacically mO\'e to the next most powerful target. one landspeeder..high palace wa. blank faces. D<11ncige G.iseine . BATTLEGROUND NOTES ll1t /1gh1 takes place on a deserted.e cooroliP rl . Melee. or Reflrch oarr. Parry..

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d . GMs mig . Sianna smirks at the party. Range !Long): Auto-fire. (Any PC who looks for the fallen ob1ect later. To a lesser extent. Passenger Capacity: 2 prisoners. not planetal) scale [Fire Arc Forward. one co-pilot. ee ers What the Tetan Guard A1rspeeder sacrifices 10 man . The semi~~~:~ air cockpit features two externally sealed prisoner pods loudspeaker. MODULAR ENCOUNTERS . Sillflf/(1 S/Jits ll1c "''< ·11.. Discipline 3. However. one guard sous over a louct- -" 11cuke1 ·oro1. Price/Rarity: 25./1111() !1v11rs or o Tct(7!1 Cuc1111 (1irs11eectcr .000 credits (R)/5. . As warriors.. Success means that PC notices a small object drop from Sianna's belt during her leap. the Tetan Guards release the PCs. Dam.) Have the party make a Hard Vigilance check.. the GM should flip a single Destiny Point to let her heal enough wounds or strain to bring her to one below the respective threshold. Range ILongJ.1 /lie /Y1lucc· i1t7// rtro11ns out uour retJl!J. TETAN GUARD [RIVAL] The Tetan monarchy trains the most loyal and capable members of its system defense force for a spot on the Tetan Guard..). · g . is a speeder manufactur ing compa based on Empress Teta. · ht want del ·(see page 63). 12 1 1 Skills: Brawl 3. Ranged (Heavy) 2. · a?ility. or if the PCs let them fall. if the guards catch a PC in a lie. Encumbrance Capacity: 15. TETAN GUARD AIRSPEEDER Kodoos Repulsor Ltd. If the they rnaY na\e to lhe Tetan Guard station for questioning. h Id ho1ov1 instead The datacard might also ave 0 PCs were taken about the death of Sianna's parents.Jons c1ncl surrcncter 1>eacefi1//u . binders.. Abilities: None. they are fearless when defending their leadership.. Range [Short]. Stun settinge) IHeavy1.xi. both Tetan Guards fall from their craft. cerem 0 · ( 2 k mor + soa . Cool 3. +l l+ +++1 If rescued.ft'. (If Sianna was incapacitated. Maximum Altitude: I . Damage 1O. a~ on it the G~' searching for. + l defense}. . Manufacturer: Kodoos Repulsor Ltd. Stun Damage). Crew: One pilot. or if Sianna suffers enough Y.. they insist on arresting the PCs and bringing them in to the station. all combat checks targeting ally until the start of the Tetan Guard's next turn are upgraded twice. Turret-mounted light ion cannon {Fire Arc Forward: Dam age 5: Critical 4. t e manufacturer was contracted b Tetan Guard to design its patrol and defense airsp Ydthe .IS OI' PCM7R 10 10 Type/Model: Airspeeder/ once per round to protect one engaged ally Suffer 2 strain.. The datacard can have anything Iron Cita· likes most likely a collection of research on thet to . Coercion 2. ·r111s is 1·111 1111/uivtul cf1sl111 /lOllce .) Moments later. then makes a Force-assisted leap into lhe open-cockpit a1rspeeder. Well known for creatin h ny h g. Cri lica I 3.. Talents: Body Guard 2 (rnay perform a Body Guard maneu ·. However. <111ct riu. bugging therfl to deal w1lh the Tetan Guard tailing them orh PC w110 par during fuLure adventuring in the system Eac ticipated in the fight gains 5 XP.I \{Jii [(1/l feel it ((/II( !JOll? /(\ 1 ( 11-. and built-in encrypted comms. read the fallowing aloud 1:11{/. lo (1 11011 ten 111eters (1/Joi·e uou. Customization Hard Points: I ..1ounds or strain to incapacitate her. Ion).irin. ·a . the myste"" let go by the guards they are left \o111th ·. of wo · d what slle 1\as the witch is. PCs can each make a Hard (• • •) Athletics check to catch a guard or attempt a Move Force power check to stop a guard's fall. . DENOUEMENT If the PCs survived the encounter with the droids and ahre .~e~ racing swoops. can discover Sianna's dropped datacard. why she attacked the party.. c+. Tl1e oi1"i >cc\tcr t"o1nc_-.... and as 1n vestigators they are tireless at seeking justice for those who threaten the security of the Tetan elite. comhnk nia! ar.(' \1111'// II<'\('/ t'11icl ii /JU uo11rsell ..Once PCs h(lve destroyed the second wave of droids. The guards are responsible for the security of the palace and the ruling family. Equipment: Ceremonial blaster rifle [Ran d age 9. Weapons: Forward-mounted suppressor cannon-this weapon's entire profile uses personal scale. After several hours of gruff questioning. it ~ains in durability and armament.i uour i 1 Cl1/.1 this'"bOOk coordinates for one of the other worIds deta1le in 'd stone~ . Vigilance 3.\·1l/)(' i\'110 /il/11/(/ it..000 meters. they protect the entire royal bloodline and any Tetan noble. or performs a search of the area and succeeds at a Daunting Perception check. the guards are willing to cooperate with the PCs after they answer a few questions about the encounter. Sensor Range: Close. Critical 5.



1asrn gapes across the ant
\)er. separclting \ nine en ranee ro.m Lhe outside w
A sickly 1ook1ng Lr"'e branch covered 1n dying leave Orio
Ll1e gap Tl 1c brancl1 obviously will not support a s spans
·h H I
weiglit. It anyone uses t e ea power on Lhe branch it ra
tdly grows cind strengthens. and the character may '

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cross it
\vithout inc 1den L.

11enges to overI
o c ia

Even cave entrance has its O\\ set
h for '1 ligl1Lsa et
come before an adept can altem~ t to seaic
cf\ ::;-al The narure of t11e challenges 'ar)• substanua b' · a
--- ·
11 • established Y
mos~ cases challenges ''er<. 01 ig111a )
h l

f th abilities t a
pari1cular Jedi ~1aster to test st 1dents or e .
J ed··s
l\iasier round n1ost Ci1t1cal. " mall\ cases. a P
ve entrance or
rraanees \·,ould continue to use the same c

therr O\'I n pup11s
1· ked to at least
Even ca'. e eni:rance contains challenges in
t\'>O Force po•.. ers. If the characters have follovved directions
found 1n a ho ocron to ocate a cave entrance. then the assoc1a·eo chal e11ges should be linked to po~vers the holocron
refere11ced If the heroes have found a random mine entrance.
rhen the Carie l\1aster sholJ d use a random mechanism to
determine the ryoes of challenges the entrance poses.
.,...his section presents a rumber of different challenge~.
Carne \'1asters are ercouraged to develop their own add1
tiona challenges. Game Masters should also only choose
chal erges that correspond to Force powers possessed by
their pia 1ers' characters.




The entrance to the cave is hidden behind a massive h
s eet
of ice. The map or sensors can 1 ent1 the ~pening but it
is buried beneath what appears to be tons of ice. Explosives
or brute force measures can clear the ice. Altemativetv f
a character activates the ~ove power, it reveals a delicat~
series of levers that can trigger t.he huge wall of ice to sr'ft
effortlessly out of the way, revealing the opening.

As the characters enter the antechamber. electricity arcs
down from above across a narrow suspended metal bndge
Characters who attempt to cross the bridge suffer 9 wounds
from the effort. However. if a character activates the Protect
power. the electricity arcs over him harmlessly. then shuts
down. At that point, everyone in the party may cross safely

As ~re craracters enter the artechamber. a battle droid
err·erges From a side passage Characters immediately
notice tr1at the droid is runr1ng toward a large. brighl red
button. Wires are vrsitJle connecting the button 1111th a se
res o' therma detorators moJnted rn the cave's ceiling.
Unless tre herrJes car stoo Ltie droid-rnost easil/ Js1ng
the Bind power. the drord triggers the therrnal detonators
collapsing the cave. The ceiling collapse does not bury tne
heroes. but t does mare the ca 1e entrance 1rr1passablc.

f' r e'r;c1 ron1r. l'eypa<J contrr;ls a locked door that rs lro1Pn
ov~r 1r..add ticJn to being loclted vra 1Ls regular locl<rng
rncc.:ha111'>rr (~.a:acter5 rn1ghl Lr f to pick tric lcJc~ using
Sl-:ul<J1Jg~~ry or 'Jrrr plj destroy th<• door using brute rorr e.
l nr? 1,c, &lt<:rnpl~. rn<>e:l \/'/Ith far lure· e1lher Lhe ice reseals
. hr.. rl<)or or Lt.c •IC!ll 'o!lr.ip~cs. rnaking iL imr>a~sarJle
r ~ .:iractcr', v1ho su<.ce~"f Jll / use~ the Forer,e;c fJOWer howr.!v<~r. rccc.Hvc a 'li!:iton of Lh<•rr1s<•lvcs
tt1e correct
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th e c.;cJde 1n
, · Pun'"hlrlg
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A potent holographic array conceals the mine entrance. even


w1lh1n the antechamber In order to fi nd it. the characters
must succeed al a Hard
Perception check. Any
character who activates Lhe Seek power can easil~ recognize
the> entrance. even through the array


(+ ++1





Tr e antecharnber is separated lrom the rn1nc <Jntranre prop
er by a massive chasrn nearly a hundred rnet,.rs dc.:ep and
-3L least len meters across. Any character whfJ act1valr '.> Lhc
f nhCince power ts able to JUrnp it withoul a cheer Othc·rs
rflay need to US'.: clrrnbing gear.


A manual key lock prC>vents the characters from enlenng the
mines lrc)rn the anlt'charnbcr I hrl'C keyholes are present
but no k<•ys are 1n evidence A Hard
check can find one of tile key'), hidden hcnl•ath a fungu~
growing in a crack alonr, the antechdrnber wall. Add1t1ona
chec !tr, car find two other keys cone ea led s11n1larly. Alter
natrvel y. an fOne ar Ii .,rating lhc SC>nse power detects lhosc
three grovvthf.> as W<'ll a~ the keys Lhey hid('

(+ ++l

Ives w11t11rt
If the PCs ~)ass ltie te~t.s. they can find ttierns~ oy 11av1n6
lt1c rd 1<·'->. rhe G~A can continue this cncouoteg 1.J 0, (.(lO
the PCC, Jn<J<.:!rgo a vergcnt.c trial (see µage PCJ ...t1o sue
<CJncludr the cncotJnl'1r ti{;re E1lt1e~ wa • < (rystc1! 1nf1f<'
<r ss1u111pa<;c;cd1t 1c trial rcce1vc5 ri l1eriti;ob~r, of tt11 fo11CJ
fJr1r:1 1 <' to the planet's locat1011 lsee page
AND DesrrNv Core Rulai>ookl.
11 ste:. d
the GM rari
It tn[! PC~ air cady nav<: hgl1tsCJtJer~.
e 1 tilt r
1 0
allow each f'C to rJurc.hose 011e uper·ide ro; i~I cl c>1111
powers he u<ied dur111e Ute challenP' at





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11ral\ on ()SSllS. lllrl (,f\fs ( Clll l'.lStt\ ll)l)Vl' II to cllly .i1t1 l<'lll
, 1tri'lllt'(t)!lllt'lll'd h\ 1 f·o111• SL'll \•\'IHIL' l111 1 PCs e\plort~ lhP
n11 11 '· •I ,t~cuo11ot1:1nu11d t!l\'1's IV<lv, -ind lh1'\ I.ill down .i short
rurllolill sh.ill I 111li1111~ lh1'tll'i1'lV<'s 111 a str c111ttc v<111ll, 1llcy lct•I
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Pl,l\t'lSOll 0SSll$dlt'.' hkcl) lo ll<lV(' tl strong tnle11'Sl 111 SC\liCll·
1ng illl\ s110s that ha\ l' a ronnL'cl 1011 lo ll1e Jedi f ll<'y 111igh1

t'~ 11111'r1'sl1'd 111 le.11 n111g abou1 tile l11stor ~ or th<' a11c1e111
order 01 p1'1 llaps 1ust llh1 i1 tecl1111ques PCs a10 also likt·I~·
to hJ\1' an 1tll1'11'sl 111 tile lioloc1ons. ligh1sab01s. <.:rvst.ils.
Rnd tahsnK111s t llCI t n1ighL 1crna1n 1v11 hin Tilt> st~ are t y pie allv
e11011gll 10 get J pJ1 l y 1ush1ng to1vard anv 1u111s I Ill'} spo1

's 111~


J Perce~~!l

pl '


However st1ould ll10 PCs need additional niotiv,111011.
ther~ arc othi:>r op1tons Lo get thern Lo enter 111e 1111ns Tl1c
vc1nous vergl'nces and 1uins on Ossus a1 c sonic or tile !cw
plalcs the\ 5Jll11J .1vo1d It the PCs run afoul 01 Ystlnnci hunt
ers lil'eing lor <.:0\1'r 111 Ille 1uins could be the11 only option
The par l~ n11ghL be looking ro1 son1et11ing else specific 111 tile
1ulns. -\n ancient Nell [see Gardens of T'alla, page 66)
the PCs tnet on anotllcr 1vorld n1igl11 l1avc given L11er11 c1 safe
1outt' lo Ossus lo 1c111cvc son1etlling il left bel1inci L11ouszinds
or vears ago. Tile pa1ly1nay s1n1piy De seeking proof that thr
planet is 1ndecl1 Ossus, l1op1ng to find a sufficit'lll plere ol
l'l'1dence lo 1etu1 n to l11e HJnna Institute of Anllquil1es on
Chand1ila 101 a sizable re\'vard Finally, granting 011c of 1110
PCs a 1·1s1011 or tile ruins earlier 111 tile session can e11sur c
!heir interest 1vl1c11 Ille) corne across Llie111 later

Once the PCs are 1v1thin 1he ruins. read tile follo1'\ling aloud:

Tilt! 1311 is sh
r1~~ Core Rul bOrt range (see lhc FoRcE AND DESsteep s k e 0 ok, Page 221 J 1d ends on 1
a1Jgle. before anolhe1 rau of short

A rli.11.1Lll'r tilll reduct" U1e dam<Jgc taken lrorn J.:il!
illf~ bv 1ri.1k111g c111 Aver age (.
At hletics check. Coordrnation check. or Enhance power check f acll 'ti reduces
wounds s11ll< rc'd by one, wt11lc eact1 O rcclucf's strain suf
fcrc~d l>y one A(~ n1r.<Jns Lil<' PC avoicJcd lc:ik1ng cHlY darnage
or '>lt,1i11 l1orn U1a1 section of l'i1e fall



Upon lclllcling, the PCs Cclll take a mornent to recover ilnd
1,1kc stock or ll1ci1 siluar ion They find tt1emsclves 111 a sn1all.
cl.111<, dtlSIV <>pace ,1L the bottorn or a tur bOli(I Sllvfl Tiit~
llCi1vy doors .ii this l0vel can be forced open 1-vil11 <J Daunt-


ing (t
tl At hletics check or Move power check
l l1c <.:l1,1n11>cr b<'yond 1s completely dark. adding • • • to
tlll}· Rangccl (L1gh1). Ranged (1-leavy). Gunnery. and Percepllon cllcc ks n1cJdc w1Llli11. 1r one of the PCs llas a glo1-v rod,
.ic livt1ung ii clrn11naLcs tile penalty. 1-\ct 1vat1ng a liglltsvber
1l'd11c0s Lile pcncJILy to • ·

BC'yoncl tile 1ur boJ1ft shaft 1s a dusty antecl1an1bcr l1ousi11g
scvcrc1I crt1tcs ol C111c1cnl scrolls lllat never rnadc it to cH1 c•vacu
alion sll1p. Once wit111n, the PCs all feel a powerful prcscncc in

Operating under the most basic of programming. Brawl 3. Cr1trcal 4.lilt· 1l>lc 1' A11v dl'lt•1111111t' 1ic \Vho "11tcc•1 d<. some conceal a secret beneath their polished stone exteriors. dead end in a circular room a'ith four topestrioc.1u11 1!11vc 1111seolecl tile in11Jro1n/J/u to111/J. Jedi defense droids disguised as minimalist statues were popular in Jedi temples constructed around the time of the Oel-Droma Epics. Once a Force user knows to search for a switch. uou l1eor 1/Je clistinrt >1. Talents: Durable 2 (reduce a Critical Injury result by 20..1. cortos1s . These simple droids could remain still for millennia without maintenance. . Each image features botl1 o Jrcli ur:a . chass... everut11ing i11 Ille cionierf 1/ 11111 J/ '< 't . The Jedi • There 1s no emotion.. First. Upon each tapestry is a line of the Jedi Code that requires a Hard (• • •) Knowledge (Core Worl~~· Education.s + 2 soak: Cortosis) s.. defense droids contain a fail-safe: an internal kill switch can be flipped using the Force. ci: t. OSSUS STONE GUARDIAN [RIVAL] Statues of ancient Jedi heroes were a common enough sight at Jedi Temples so as to not draw much attention. at n Sense· power cl1r"' k can tl1t1t till 1 p11''>t'l1<c' 1s nec11hy bul IC'<'I" 11. Stone hstsnuca1 (B /. moving only when their sensors detected a threat. the four tapestries must be rearranged in the order listed below.01>ro111/ stu/11cs. can sense your goal nearby..d . focusing on driving them back into the previous antechamber.r. fighting he children sit is shouting at them. Vic1011s 2). but at peace. 1 7 10 '" . Fortunately. Range 'Ergageal: Conost C rai. t~//1/e 11<1/f:. earing. perhaps guarded by additional defense droids. or a. Ii ch~ PCs have an interest in searching the rooms for artifaccs. ing t/Je 1valls. Damage 9 c Rar gP 1lngdged 1• ortosrs. uou ron.. Read the lollo\. ' t11e tapestries is a son1eivl1at farniliar ancient SCl!f>! (+ ++J A Hard Knowledge (Core Worlds.e: •. However. ." ti ti reveals that Jedi Master Odan-Urr was believed to have written the mod· ern Jedi Code. 1n some cases. Force users can discover this flaw with either a Hard (• • •) Knowledge (Lore) check or a Daunt ing (• • • •) Vigilance check. d' O\'vS the dro1 to see 1n rm and dark conditions and t h sounds far ab ove and belo111 a human·s range or ho ear adds D to Vigilance checks). u111 I 11ou I urn to seP. at. Vigilance 2. The puzzle in front of the PCs involves three steps that will allow the solvers to find the hidden passage out of the cham· ber. .:r -:. "The path to enlightenment comes to those who follow the Code.1111. at the GM's discretion. This information should be ~v1th· held until the PCs are stuck. the droids had a built-in weakness-Jedi who thought to do so could use the Force to move a shutdown switch located with in a droid's torso. lllt•fc' IS 011 1\1 Olll! \V(l)' lorWclld 111<. · mune to POI . they may ex. or until they have rearranged the tapestries successfully. . ' c · A POWERFUL PRESENCE Once the PCs defeat or deactivate the dro1ds.. · .'-lone (JO/en1s are far n1ore than rnere decoraliont Two Jedi defense droids attack the party. . Many alcoves. Jr 11v<' 1n vacuum and unoenvater· rm · n'·~. the children are. while @ recalls that Master Odan-Urr favored knowledge above all else. plore the corridor beyond. to a minimum of I l MODULAR ENCOUNTERS llDCUS OF POWER Abilities: Jro1d (does not need to breathe e . I ). who the Silh's side. The droids were heavily armored and. uour ivo1:st feors confir1necr Ilic . . Eveniuol/11.•111u I of stone s//(ling over stone A chill runs l11rouq/J 1 11 J//. collection rooms and personal quarters fie directly off the main corridor. Melee 2. .. 1vide corridor tivists untJrecilctnl)i11. bers and Sith are at war with each other. next CllcHTltJe1 IS fl 1ou11c1 ot11ct• lillt~d 1vi111 piles of rotted book~ fhc skclel<il lt'1t1c1i11s (ll d D1t1Pll1os (Cl l(lrgc hurnano1d ~v1l111nass1ve teeth) lil• taL0 do\\'11111110111 of d central stone arn1cl1a1r witll a back lh~ll 1eacl1es up to lht") celling like a pillar T\VO lrfc s11e stone stat ucs of long·lorgoltcn <u mo1 cd sworclsrnen llJnk the ll11 one A single \'\'tnding passageway leads oul of Lile office. o f)f"Ocess /ikelu lo S/Jeed 11/J 1101v //1u1 1.. read the following aloud: Tl1e high. or Lore) check to read. t k Behind tile attentively while the Jedi reads from a boo e \vall Jedi is a blue and green tapestry on a ston . The accompanying ages illustrate the lines. 101101</ lhe passnge. Education. Equipm ent: Stone s ·:ord (Melee. Still.Qr1~ cllllJ IQ• I'S). a successful M ove power check (with the fine manipulation Control upgrade) can deactivate a defense droid.. Sit11 reacting to a central in1age in 1·arious 11avs --\i.'l''•I 0 0 Skills: Athletics 2. consider those listed in the sidebar. there 1s peace.ir11 j ( 1n . I dge: A rnass • There is no ignorance.1pped. A @ during a combat or skill check against the droids might provide a clue to get a PC to attempt one of these methods. It is also possible to ar low other talismans to be found by the party in the Chamber of Antiquities. most were unable to _distinguish betwe~n friend and foe. layers of cortosis lined the droid chassis beneath their heavy stone exteriors. or Lore) check reveals the script is in an old calligraphic form of High Galactic and reads.1. while most are merely statues. their ltghts~ the crossed. The Sith's face is a twisted niask ot <1nge · Jedi is focused.• Damage 8. Perception 2.. oricus· s1ve 111 1 · h t • pass 1e sensor surte• (all egrated Secure 1iec h "N rg hts1g . The powerful juggernauts would then attack all targets within their assigned area. 101vl11 rots. there 1s know e est" on of children dominates the center of the L~~Sith. When the PCs have had enough of idle exploracion. On the Jedi s side.v111g aloud when L11e PCs are ready Lo leave Lile office l~c111'111l II"· /11.

. kiuaer ncy of the trapped presence within the Force grows · rnore desperate to be free. being in the Great Jedi Library. The PCs should know. but under the ~mp1~e they would be confiscated once made public. It is possible to pick the lock of the first door. s 111 u//. a sharp PC may be able to sell one secretly to the right buyer. If multiple PCs fail the check. or dead at the of the ISB. Failure means the PC has been influenced by the gauntlet and desperately wants to wear it. books. Add • for PCs with Morality below 50. verage du ) Lightsaber check. On the back of the ~iand is a rectangular cut blue MODULAR ENCOUNTERS NE>CIJS CW POMR . In any other era.000 credits. like a pic~re w. and • • for PCs who are dark siders. gravely ill. but a Move power check. but this draws the ire of two more Ossus Stone Guardians. 10 clo /11slir c'. Using these charts requires a Daunting 0 Astrogation check. there 1 s kno\vledge. or as much as 50. - +l AToucH OF MADNESS A.Jresence in t11e Force 1s 011e ol reltei reliel oncf a uear111nq ro l)e 1vorn. Tl1e 111te1101 . no larger t/1nn o relres/Jer 1-\ rnetallic /Jlue uu1111//el 1esr<-. Eventually. and vvhat ren1ai ns is mostly ancient scrolls. one PC must convince the rest of the party to back down through Opposed social checks or even combat before the PC can claim the gauntlet. and it makes an opposed Discipline check against the PCs. but at a very specific brick on -he stone v1all behind him corresponding to a brick behind the tapestry. t+. requiring a successful Daunting Skulduggery check combined with a Move power check that generates ()(). if not. but all of the mechanisms are internal. they. and where the chart takes the PCs is up to the GM.s tne Pia the urge Yer Characters proceed through the passageway. The Sith holds the woman's hand. the PCs come to two large vault doors. However. the chart could be sold for between 3.Jally look ng at the Jedi.GREAT LIBRARY TREASURES he c11a1nber or Antiquities was prioritized for evncuC\tion.''lar ieads farther into the facility. his eyes closed and his features serene. some of \vhich have handled the ravages of tin1e better than others. weeping. the PCs must activate the door. wh~t ~v~ll s~ace ~s free of shelving is covered in these p1ctor1al ~1stor1es of the Jedi Order. An Average Perception check of the tapestry reveals ·riar t~e blue and green background and the stone wa ll in tt e background of the Jedi's side of the image bear a strik!l@y Si'lli ar geometry to the room they are in. a simple Seek or Sense Power check can draw a PC's attention to that tapestry. read the following aloud: Tt1e voult door crocAs open. howling to the skies. Broken Holocron: This prismatic cube sits on a workbench.~ tt1oug/1 gentlu pullinQ lJOU inside. The Sith holds the man·s hand. The Jedi stands at the old man's side. Otherwise. How much the PCs might be able to get should be up to the seller that the PCs find (and therefore up to the GM). t> t> or@ reveals the children aren't ~C~:. The charts use an archaic. to search behind the tapestry that reads. • • There is no death. philosophical works. they can choose 1·vhat to do \'V th t themselves. and merely refers navigators to regional charts for more specific data. Ancient Star Chart: This artistic hard-copy star chart provides general coordinates for several planets in the Deep Core and Core Worlds. The Jedi sits at her side in cross-legged meditation. "There is no ignorance. While finding replacement parts could be a campaign-long side the second step is to figure out which conceals the hidden passage. and • hand~ could be as little as 10. upgrading the difficulty for any PCs who have the Cruelty emotional weakness. Reduce the difficulty of the check once if the PC has the fine manipulation Control upgrade.000 credits. a few of its panels removed by a long-dead librarian who attempted repairs. radiating healing \"laves of energy. If all PCs succeed on the check and resist the gauntlet's influence._. Their contents are predominantly local planetJry histories. The holocron seems to be lacking a power source. The seller is likel to end up in a prison cell. The PCs can also use a lightsaber to cul the vault open. opening a new ." However. +l NEER'S GAUNTLET This rnetalllc blue gauntlet covers the right shoulder and arm all the way do~'Vn Lo the lingers with segmented. The gauntlet has an innate desire to be used. including 1n1ages of the first two. ~reat Schisms. and possibly a few other components. would net m1ll1ons at auction. Simply touching neor1ck 1 A snot enough. there is the Force: The center features a 1ivoman in a funeral veil. (+ +1 • • Finally. However. d g~ery check can trigger the mechanism. T Heritage Tapestry: While many have a thick coating or dust and cobw~bs concealing their bright colors. sucking oir 111 /i1'i11nc1 11 o.000 and 5. • • Once the tapestries are rearranged. his hands on his chest. (++++1 When the PCs have opened the vault and disabled any opposition. with a wry smile on his face.000 credits to an antiquities collector. carapacelike plates. without compensation. C e . and electronic storage media. and outdated stJr cha1 ts_and pla~1etary surveys. imprecise coordinates system that fails to account for several gravitic anomalies. utop o podiurn. there is serenity: At the center 1s an old man on a hospital bed. .tr n a picture. some itenis ren1a1n that 1n1ght arouse the party's interests. £0 0 Ol ' • There is no passion. repairing the holocron cou ld provide the PCs with invaluable information just when they need it most. Its /. or Daunting (• • • Skul.

Eventually. GAME EFFECTS When a Force sensitive character wearing Neer's Gauntlet inflicts a Critical Injury. and are the~ going to let :h:~ ciose with the gauntlet? As it is a vergence. f1' 11d . 1f the gauntle gh c. c)ll( I clllCI cl Vif. Did f re it to keep Neer's Gauntlet? How long can it be used be 0 rt} drives the PC to darkness? Are Ysanna waiting for the \:ave to emerge from the ruins.( )Ill 1' 11\t I 1C'i 1•111 t'I tlll 1 \:. bt. Reduce the difficulty of the check once if the PC has the fine manipulation Control s ·dea of justice fa\ ors not just oefeatrng 01 01sa• "ling enen· 1es.illCJ I~ t1. POliSllillg lo IC'lllOVr.J St1bcr was crafted on Ossus hy an ltho ntln Jedi t>. the gauntlet's po\\•er soon corrupted him..iltcd nnl h~ly lrorn llcc1vily 1. tvvo additional Ossus Stone Guardians activate and attack the PC-unless this already happened when the PCs attempted to open the first vault door In this case. Failure means he gives into temptation and continues to wear the gauntlet (the PC may attempt to remove the gauntlet again after a 24 hour period has passed). combat checks made to attack an opponent with this weapon gain • •· but the strain cost to activate the Par ry or Reflect talents while wielding this weapon is reduced by I to a minimum of I. and a beam of light suggests the shaft leads all the way to the surface. he should roll 0 equal to his Force rating For each result rolled.tllll . Ho1vever. but his sacrifice delayed the pr rates long enough for a Republic Navy warship to arrive and take them into custody. tecling l1is homeworld of lthor from the predations of a band of vicious cutthroat pirates.~asler nan1ed Oorrl Monn who found a rare pon· lite kyber crystal within the caverns.vere forced to destroy him and bring the gauntlet to Ossus for safekeeping.. He sltd into darkness. Range !Engaged!: Breach I . ALTERNATE EXIT Near the vault is another turbolift shaft with its doors rusted off An emergency ladder in the shaft is secure enough to climb.Jnccd age gen1 that g1\1:s off a faint glO\\' \'\'1e1 1 \\'0111 tile gauntlet ieels 1. Ct •• +> MODUIAR ENCOUNTERS t KUS OF' POWEil Tl1e Grcclwooc. his fellow Jedi 1.he gauntlet feels like an empo\'. If a PC uses a lightsaber to cut open the door.. eventually maiming or murdering those he suspected of even petty transgressions.010 · · le touch. Sunder).iloud lht• l!>ll 'iw111H THE GREELWOOD SABER llli"i llgllls. all guardians 1n the vicinity have already activated. the character should add + l O to the Critical Injury result. his lightsaber was interred here. Un for Lu '" ~e1 .!OfOU<. Force-sensitive cl1aracters wielding the Greelwood Saber decrease the dirficulty of any Cool checks they make once. and mmediatel) appreciated the power of the gauntlet. lhe dust.·er 1s corrupting Tales say that the S th Lord Neer forged the gauntlet as an anonymous gift 'or the po1verful Jedi acting as VVatchman of the Corbos system The Jedi had lost friends in battles ~vith the Sith.ering artifact of the ligl°'" side at first over time its po. then gain 5 Conflict A PC with the Cruelty emotional weakness must make a Hard (t t t > Cool check to resist activating a Critical Injury when he has the option to do so The GM can also have the PC make a Hard Discipline chec~ 1vh~n he attemp_ts to remove the gauntlet. t ·1e gaunt. a pc choose they may have some loose ends to tie up. In addition. but putting a perrnanenl end to the oppos1( on \ \" 1e '. proves lo be J gorgeous at llfacl 1l1flt 111 no way shows rls Jdv<. After his death. GAME EFFECTS The Greelwood Saber is a weapon with the following proHle (lighlsaber: Damage 8: Critical 3. e c+. . rather than attack Morm died pro. +> AN ANCIENT WEAPON The vault door Lo the second vault can also be opened with Skulduggery check a successful Daunting combined with a Move power check that generates ()().1Lqlleln<I glt'l!I \VOOti. I le wanted to create a lightsaber that 1-vould truly emphasize the Jedi maxims ot defense and protection. there is a strong possi·b'I11t~·' cEach user will sense the vergence 1-vithin the gemston~XP who explored the Chamber of Antiquities gains 1O• ' REPARING . DENOUEMENT If the party survived exploring the Chamber of Antiquities.rce e rv pC to another Force user. · 1 gi\ es il"le bearer a sense or nghteo s ess end \\hat •ee1s "e a c'earer sense of Jl1St1ce.

imrlar SC!l lf:5 or te:>tS. The Master administer 1ng the tr 1al will guide the Padawan through the tests..S a '.3C[OS5 '0 Average ++J v c+ +J of ~kill. This 1s the easiest part of the trial THE TEST OF CLIMBING Students cl1rnb a series of ropes or vines until they are high above the ground The character must make an Average •) Athletics check Success means the student climbs the ropes and can adva~ce Characters who succeed on the first try receive D on the next check.. and many Padawans col lapse from exhaustion on their first attempt.n.y riding on his aac:.t arid must rr ~Y.turnbles or s aggers 1.:i$. MENT: L CHA LENGES This part or the trial requires the Padawan to use Force abili· ties to perrorm a variety of tasks while distracted or under tu :.e (. :n 1. although the learner's overall mental fortitude 1s also tested.u . and stopping Lile t. The Master can (and will) offer encouragement and words or wisdom as needed. or~ cha leng1ng. a Ma'..11 THE TEST OF ENDURANCE 1 The encounter cioes assurne thal a Jedi rv1aslcr 1s 1s5u 1ng L11e lest to another character or characters.nes and c. .tacle c.. Resilience check or ~ Hard (• • Athletics check ( JrJlG'aoe::o O"C€.O'>Y..111. I tiese thallcnge1. !i. th • · Fa1 ure means the Padawan did not notice the trap. ldY.n'.ia" ·s bacx ~o ado €/ 'a . and becomes suspended in a net. 1 111thout be111g <}YerrAJrne by fea' rJf fa ~g A <.:ir. _rt. 1t can t)a ndm1n 1st creel anywticrc 111 l l1e • J11. <J<>s1r.. ar~(J IS ~t e ttJ r.ic. ..r_ • 8rl(.ukr> 5~y~vatkcr Lo fi TrraJ of Sktll on l)agob. lho e who <. r·. the Padawan must demonstrate the ability to eap great heights and distances. J<1cr· • .THE TRIAL OF Sl<ILL hi Trldl or ~kill wa'> one ol till) hnal LC:.te1 Vocl. The Trial of Skrll primarily focuses on a Padawan's physical capabilities.Jh I hiS CllCOUlll Cr IJS<....0nf1de11ce He re<:.1s..1ng care not Lo fall 1.:. a net trap On rhe via y to what the Paoawan thinks is the rinal part of this challenge. the Padawan must swing across the ropes.1rr.ters rnust u11dcreo Lilc1r tr1vls on an a<J hoc tJar. r. f ear ch ec~ (j JC.SS rne?. M. or that the cllaraclers t1avc round a rccrJrd of lha Trial of SY. ma r1df or nr Pada./.. +J +J THE TEST OF ESCAPE A Trial or Skill take~ place in a single session.trier ot1 structions To ma~e the tcs .( (. unable to move..J~ rn'.Ill and are subiect111g themselves to these challenges PREPARING THE TRIAL I he f'adawan runs through an o(y. tY> <JO'Nfl r. or a Formidable Brawl check to rip out of the net Success means the character escapes and continues with the trial Failure on any of these checks means the character suffers 4 strain and must attempt the checK again to escape (+ ++J (+ + ++l (+ ++l (+ ++++J THE TEST OF LEAPING The Trial of Skill begins by challenging a Padawan's physical prowess. Escaping the net requires a Daunting Athletics check to chrnb out of rhe riet a Hard Coordination check to contort ouL of the net.. th' . . a Trial of 5v rll grvcn hy the Jccll Ordr r to 11 s Pa<Jawani.n as weighing . but will only step In or offer assistance if the Padawan's life is 1n danger.1c.J '111IJJC< led l. The trial 1s grueling...Ck lf> hone Lhe11 r<Jrce puwrrs and follow in the fool. d PC or fJ( <>arc l)UI 1nc1ur. MODULAR ENCOUNTERS tmcUs OF POWER . The PC must make a fina Hard Athletics check to jump to a platform hig"' above the ground A second Average Athletics check ror @ or t> t> t> on the previous check) takes the Padawan to a second platform-and the end of this part of the trial (+ ++l (+ +J (+ PART TWO: THE TEST OF HEIGHTS After ctlrnu1ng. ' . till hough ii need not be :.our:>e-o'ler trees. the character must make a Hard Vigjlance check v. r11s fear.h :. For Padawans who fear f!f'•at 11e1ghts. A @ generated st1ould ne spent w 1nrhct strain as well.lCf rn.train and :..5teps fJf the Jedi lv1.Jk lO llClCHlll' tJ rull fltf•rn!Jr>r OI the Jed1 (Jrdcr /\Iler Lt1e (je <. '€ gnr fr Average (.JrPs ""'~ rJ Y r ' t of tu1e n.:J see·. <>n Dagol>al1.flf1f~' ~ far I · r ~ <r • ''c: r< • wnfl1c..Lf> a Padr:iv. They delermine \\'hetller the student's control or the Force slips during these tunes...wing . PART ONE: PHYSICAL CHALLENGES Following the obstacle course..n<?d to rr. the slu<Jent through A PC • ho fails this checK suffers 5 :..€ a Hard '• Athletics check (J cont nur: acJrJSs t1 e rrJpe " '"(. • g .. These tests are designed to see hO\'I a Padawan reacts under stressful situations. ' re fv1~s e' 11as oar'T' Pcr'::c. th':c. and \vhether the Padawan succumbs to the ten1ptat1on ot using the dark side to take the easy wav to success... sc•r 1c ~) ol tcs1 ·. and vrrJor 0ranc. ~he Padawan encour ers a surprise obstacle. r:{1·e .. acros& uneven g(ound.and e ne f.rral for 1ny reason means starting over.ll ULllOll or UH Jedi. this can be an especially difficult task..0 the ground..J r1goroui.a' ~ ti< r}r r11·. The tnal typr cally takes place 1n a single enclosed ·course: with a mini rnal chanc c of outside interference.r<. ·~:t Yltth more c... Finally.hrough Lhe trial in an obviously ezhausled state.· Averap. T +J f he rhar-3<.. $£ •. rr.('Jn tor..:. te5t a pupil's 1nasLcry of the• I <>r< c d~ wc:ll a<> physical an<I rr1cntal pro:1 cs<.

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the Pt rllilV pur1h<1s1~ lllll' 1. only Lo have his assault elforllcssly nogatcd by the Master The Master can even be scor nlrtl ol the Padawan.11111ne l'hal ho n1ay gel Lhe chance to at t('ll1J>L llle trlal <1Hf1111 once tie has learned more.Jl h t>I 1h1"it" hont1s~:> rnc1\ onl\ l1t' ohlilined once.11r111 1>111 .1rt ol lilt~ lc"..t lir•a111s w11t1 the Master warning the PC that this .ii Challenges. the 1.inc1' 10 sp1'11d \P 11 hc> docs not use lhe1n then he loses th1 optl(lll l1l ll\t' lhl'lll 1 • II th1• PC tOn1plt•tl!s the Physical Challenges. <111d Ii< will not hold liack 111 his Jssault Tile M. .1llenp. Eitller way. do111li111l1• 111•. strain if successful.k the Master (I hi~ can be themed however is ap proprlal c. mocking his efforts. lhcn Lhe Master attacks th<' Padaw. the PC n1ay p11111\. Coordination. Failure means he loses l11s tC'n1pe1. I C'SI 111111 hl111 wrlh Blud. and the MastC'r praises hrs abilities. prol1I< hr can u•. IL leaches ttie f'.• l:IH. he can Instead use.hl) ~ Talents: None Abllltles: Hoverer fblflsLcr drones do nol have to soend ad ditional maricuv<'rs when navigaUng difficull terrain) equipment: Tra1n1ng blaster (Ranged !LiRhLI. or 1111y 1111r11ho1 ol nlf11•1 pciw1 1 ri. Success rneans he docs so.idcl Inf! 0 Pqt1r1I to the M. jll'.tc•r.c111 llappo11 f lr'>t. gives 1n to frustration. If Lhe GM Is not using a r>re existing profile for the Master.nmary p. Disclpllne check. given whatever Force powers Lhe Padawan pos ses!.tnk Ill Ollt' cornbal sl\ill for ') XP IC!>S ll lflll 11011llcll <011111l1'tes I . rrrlnd wlil1 l11fl11<'11<. 111111' GM I•.11IV1·•. or falls into de spalr He gains I Conflict. 11sll111 <1 PI L' t!X l<. 111. lo 1111 1 brink t1ncJ dCCi<Jnnt!i c. r1111r al whether Lht• Padriwan can 1. . he falls the t1lt1I Howt•vor. rnulttplc l1n)e!> MOOUl.1i. Dama(~c /.ack" should deal t. 1l1v1• hasK po1\ll.1kc cHl opposed Dlsclpllno vs.:idawan strains Lo attack. 11le111JI 1r .lrc:umstances 1111! 11:•.1ko LIH• 10 111 1 ol .1ttr111p1s Ille lflcll:.i'>ll'I '!-.:in 111 return I fowPvcr.IV.. IJoth should be pu~ht111: 1f11•r11• Mast <?r.~..i11 (I ht'> I ol tl1t•cl11>ck lht• f\·lct'>ll'I ll!'t'dS In '>llCI t•1•d Oil 1111• < IH'<:k lllld '•P<'1td Ct (t to Siil c t'S'>ltlllV .illy.11 usclul skills These are reflected by the lollow1nc <ll<>counts In \P costs for certain advancements..1<1.11oulrJ do 1111 1 '. srmply count the Padawan as havlrig the Move power as rn Part 1\No: Mental Challenges.JI I OS!' 1IH1 l(JOl 11 Wllll Move.11\lilll s1'vt>1. and the Master soberly tells the PC that he still has much to learn STRESSING OUT II a PC c•vcr exceeds his st rain Lhreshold. he er tiler coll<Jpscs I10111 Ilic> cllor l.cJ111e 111nu. c111d the• PC .iJ 1ac k the• l\1da\v. 1111• Mil')IPr Jt1. 01 n1ontally gives up.. Ranp.ryl11H llJ hull I 'ilddWril I . the Padawan must make a Hard Discipline check to remain calm and fo cusC'd 111 the race of adversity and failure.. exp1.e the following for the ability poruon of 1he pool (() O O O OJ The ·attack' should deal Ii s1r:i1n 11 !>uccesslul ++ I 1 t• • a a SkJllS: R.'1 01 he n1.cs. powr. I OH<' 1 1111111 l'i p. 1111• n11c1c l< can L.Jt 111<' '.1kc• llH• att.irk t.r l)horLI. quesuon1ng his r1hllille!. or Rcsthcnce • II th1• PC to111pletes the !\lent.BLASTER D RONE (RIVAL] Lhcn1e<l however s appropnat" tit :en whatever Force pow· crs lhc Master possess(·s) If the GM 1s not usrng a pre·e>< l'>trnr. adding O equal lo his Force rating. lo 111. Stun Damage) THE TEST OF DUELING AND THE TEST OF' THE CALM MIND ~r ' . the all<1ck can Lake the form or any power the Padawan has (1f he doesn't havr.111y "Xl~Llnl! IHJWIJI.111r~1·rou'i.111 bt' • II tilt' Pl tilt' Co111ba1 Ch.1\ll'r dll1•111pl'. 1heo.Jdawan aLtacks the Master As w1Lh the Masler.i c..1~lur 1. tile Maste1 should present tl1ls as a le<'lt nlng l'Xp<•1 lc11te.L the MrJSl<n <. ancJ staling thal he can never become a Jedi te e+ +i. II can IJC lhl' IV1.e 1tlscounts ipply during Lile next lune lhc PC has a r 1l. 10 lf~IUrd I Jllltlt I [V ii N••t. c• +•) Once thC' attacks are resolved.u.t 1s to ltkc the Test 01 Durt>ss.. but IL ts 11r1llkely Lhill he succeeds.1rnulates ~J rJuel of th<' I-ore<• between Lhn f>.AR ENCOUNTERS .) He should make an opposed Discipline vs.i1 ks.irlilwtin rJncl . DENOUEMENT Ovt•1cc>111111g the lrtal ol Skill puts thC' Padawan one step 1los1~1 to beco1n1n(! a Joell Kn1gt1t In addition. the PC rnay purchnse Olll' rank 111 one of the tollo1\1111g skills 101 !> XP l1•ss than 110111101 1\lhletrcs.-101ie h.11111 1 p10111t• 101 111<' M. 111 ~ ( ( tit I 11"''.m. following difficulty The Padawan needs Lo succeed on the Check and spend ()() LO success lully allac.ingcd (I .~ cJ. Dlsclpllnc chock .rlul C!JIC'rny rorcc user The Pildawan must au. even 1r 111<• PC: .i\ purchase: one r .ic k 11011 lethal.1nk 111 l11s1 1pl111t• 101 r> \I" k•ss than nonn.1.i1r1c:il1n1r1 rJanR<:rOU'.ti I"" fhen Lhr· P.. access to a rorce power.cs) I he "al 1.t• lhl' t-.istc po1\le1 01 one upgrade for the t-. The GM should emphasize how rn11cl1 the P.



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orice r'embers of a predator~ s1111.., snec·es. bL.~ oa1 , s oe adepts ~:,.,11ed then1 into
s.. iieth ng c -'-"e-ent. T"e~1 reta -.... :"l~eir a~oressi\ e instincts
ar.J pack tac~ cs b •. c : ie) 10 10'"'ge... •1u11t solel~ for food. lns:eaa tllese c earJres re\ e1 ,., :re act of destrucrion. \ Veigh"<:- 1n at more ttia-> Sl\ t\. " 1ograms each. the bO\\-legged
~~.s stand o' er t'lree n1 erers ta' ano ha\ e huge arms \Vith
grasping.c a., ed 'la"'ds. The·r bodies ''eep \\itJ1 open sores.
a""d hornlike bone spJrs JU£ out a~ odd angles in numerous
ocano~s. Dart, H un~ers appear to be -n constant pain. It ma)
~ !'ha: their\ 1olent ~e,..a enc es are a response to that agon~.
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~uipment: Teeth and cla\·~s (Bravvl· Damage 8: Critical

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e Dark Hunrers defending che grouncls. rile
" IS sealed .
· isolating a \ ergence \V1th1n from the darkiO t

Jt Th._. ._1 r ~'dl2 1r,1~nts could not J)t'neu ..1tt! the
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t'1P\ 3ddt"d 11'\0 her LI <lJ> A. l ICl:Ul<)r n1etJlllC
p 11e ouch!\ th1rt' 1.ent r1citer!! rn 011r,1et(lr ' loc<ltt"'li in th~
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...... .,. c;t'lll. the~ lla~ mal\e dll

A\ e1 age
Vigilance check pon success. the no
hat the 1>late glis. ., "
It 1~ coated \\•1th a svn
theuc neuroto:\111 \ ·· \.. e \'\ho touchj
"' n1 <1 1 t '
dt~,1 ' ' ' e 00'501' s l reel". n1ak1nf I Hard (• • •) Resilience check T 'lt' :a• gel sur;er c; r., \ c ,.., • e lc11l~ lhL"
c•1t:l11. Ear'' {~~ generJted 1n' 11.l'i I slrn111 on the larget <1s
t11t'• ertor t 01 fightirg ~he poison O\ er\\ hel1t1c; him F1nC1ll\1• the
Ct\ 1 can spend ~ to rnake the target rest aga1n::,l the poison
n durnlo
tl1e ne\ r round. as Lile poison remains 111• hts
S\ ste•11 t\ ledisensors or s1n1ilar tools can 1denc1f~1 th~; poison.
11em first.
r anvone
C 1a•acters '' i10 choose to use the Force to anal\'Ze the
sea before Louc111ng 1t can complete!~ avoid the threa_t of ' he

po son The P1ecl1a'1isr1 •s dependent upori a pair or plan ·5
~ 1at grO\\ behind tne plate. PCs \vro uses the Sen-:.e P O\\
e1 can in1n1ed.atei\ detect that a pair of h\ ing pkants gro\V
'''rhin t1e door. behind the plate. Sense a so re\ eals (hat t~1e
t\\O plants \\ere once one. Decades since tl1e ten1ple \\ as
last entered. the plants still bear signs of repeated cuttings.
\\here t'1e~ \\'ere once 1oined. If a character uses Heal on
the plant. a s1nall branch gro\vs to rejoin the t\\O separate
plants such that the~ are once again a single organisn1. l\s
the branch gro\vs. the plate spins. and the energ) \IVithin rec
ognizes the presence of someone \vho en1braces tt1e light
side of the Force.
~lternati\'el). if nobody in the part) has the Heal power.

the Gf\ I can allo\v the PCs to use the l'vlo\ e po\ver to n1ove
the plate \Vithin tl1e door. or the Protect po,ver to protect a
PC's hands \Vhile he spins the plate manuall).
Spinning the plate unseals the vergence \Vithin the temple
Its enerID flo\\'S out to the surrounding grounds. cleansing
them. The plants that \vere corru pted immediate!\ resu me

their health~ grO\\' th. The fungal gro\'<'ths \vither and \an1sh.
The ground turns solid. and the noxious smell clears An)
sur\ i\'ing Dark Hunters are cleansed of their contamina tion
and released from their pain. Their \vounds close and horns
fall off. leaving them as far less aggressive sin1ian creatures

Cleansing the vergence is an act of goodness that allo\>vs U1e
PCs to attune themselves with the Force. The GI\ I should not
tell the PCs about the re\vard the~ receive for doing so HO\\'·
ever at the end of the session. ealh PC \vho helped purify
the site should be allo\ved to roll 2d 1O \'\hen chelking tor
l\lorallt) gain and use the higher of the t\\'O resu:ts (If the
PCs did particular') heinous atts during other points of the
session. or the GI\ I orhen,·,se feels this \vould not be the rnat1cally appropnace. he can choose to forgo thts re\vard.)




homewortd of three of the most important figures 1n
i.l"e ~a" of the Repub!1c and i.he rise of i.he Galactic Empire,
i\aboo s a olace 1numately connecr:ed :o ~he Empire. The lrr1·
pena b... ·eaucrac~ ma1nta1ns a srrc,...g p ..esence on Naboo.
and bo~n me Emperor and Lord \ade'" a ·e often at ihe Er'loe1c s p ll<ate retreat Theed ~~e cap1ral of Naboo's human
popL..a~ on. is cra\\'ling •' :ti l'T'penal operatives. Each branch
Oi tl1e 1rnoeria1 arrr1ed forces r..eeps aP intelligence mission opera: '"'g ·,., --=-iieed. ""ss o"'ls -1at o~en '"or'" at cross purposes

:-'1ose of ~he a Seci.lri0' Bureau and ~~e dreaded
lncu Stor 1.oS.

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f it Sounds Too Good to be True... is a rea-

sonab ly d ifficult encounter \Vith a Nemesis-level
ad\rersary. It is recommended that GMs use this
against groups of Knight level PCs (see page 321 of
the F
Ai"o 0 ESTI1''V Core Rulebook), or PCs of an
equivalent PQ\\'er level.

Hovve\ er they come to meet. Dl'1!1 immearat
put the Player Cnaracl:ers at ease ,,.,,th a full pzy,e Y \,or'l\S to
assault He rs r" 0 corisummate conversation~'ts·ve·etd

1. .n eres· c
\Vll.i.y, seemrng ge~ J "'ely interested 1n his 1ntortoc t 1"'
J or ard
a master of ltsce1 'lg arid observing social cues
Throughout £heir con\ ersat1on. by dropp1na 1i .,.5 :::i'1d
" as(\1ng 1nnocuous-seem1ng questions Dinri manages :o oie .,
together (hat at least 0'1e of rhe Pia~ er Characters is a For~~
adept Using this information he spins his StOr"' ·n an a:~
tempt co lure [he characters rito his emplo~ er's ·rap
The nature of ttie s~ory and the ba1~ used ro IJre i:he PCs
can be left to ihe Garre ~laster's discretion. bur ;re Jaaer
should be something o~ suf1cient value to make i:he PCs
overlook an~ sJsp1c1ons or hesitations the\ might have. How
ever. a potentia stor)· and trap are presented here for tre
G1\ I to use
Ac some poi'1t dunng tne d1scuss1on. after Dirn rea ;:es
t:hat t'le PCs ma} be Force sens1t•\e or interested n Jed
antiqu ties rie nia"'es the fo O\\ 1iig pitch:

" If It Sounds Too Good to Be True... t1e PCs are targeted
O) a~ ager~ c" ,....,e n· pe a nq.J s.tori,,s as parr of a ptot to
caou..,.e and eiti"'e,. ·:.,·'"'1 or ehrr na~e :hose , th a connection
:c :he :::0rce T'ie PCs -na~ be 00 ng arv ~hing OP Naboo-hid"g. ,.,, es:iga: ~g some m~ srer er s mpfy i:al\ !lg a vacation
~-u,.,... ~ ...e q,_ e: despe -ar O" of :"e1r ,eS-\\'hen they come
uoo" s0""et1-i ng ·har oof\s .er:. muc"' ti\e the fird of a -:rie ci,arac~e·-s need to be ,,.. T"'eed for ti1•s encounter.
tn any o" t'1e more ,1psca1e snopp1ng or museurn districts.

The ?iaver Characters nrst beco'""e en<:arg,ed n :'"-•s ericou"ter
.upo'l ~eeting the con arnst Ze--a a D iin Pos1 ·1g as a:" art and
annqJJ res he ts WOfri.,rog " Theed as the lead agerr in
lnqJ site! B'a1se Ztrkonn's Jed rJnt ng oper ition. The PCs
rn'.ght e'1co.i.1nter D;nn ir T"'eea·s r.~se.11T1 a su 1ct or in one of
t'le rnar.y 0nuqu1t1es Sil "OS ""''"Ougrout the cit~ ..~temativel).
the PCs cou•o be intJodL ~.::d ·o ., rr' ar a party or state function.
\".ner tf".e\• meeL read aloua or paraphrase the follo\ving:


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If tlie PCs shO\\' ·nteresr D '1'1 p1a1s .. o ·'le 1 e .• _ ,
~ 3 -0 caes ""'
\\'ants ro ~a"e mone~ on t'"' s dea b
er ::.~ .. ' ,.,. .,,, .
t1e ter1 ends .,.,p n the ...,gr-: 1ands.° ~.. PCs... .~ r t'1t'
Knowledge (Lore) check v "· D'•:.r··"' t" ~..
Tear of the Eiders .rs a'1 actua item " 1 L; 5.,• ,.-; J "'- "-"',, . at J"
· "'
or· gr eat srgn111cance
to Forc.e- se1"'·11·\•'s
~ "I~
on t'l1s relic can be found on page I1.: •
ei r.t

haS gone "
A.t tne end of t'1e Firs• 'lleettng. if al1 nr~ ~.:airi I t~
o the r'-' <..
D 'n he expresses i'reres· " n ee
- - che' t13
- he sugge~1~ • (llt:
PCs are not SwSPIL ous or "s. ·1otives.
n.-ora \ I to his aaflerv 1n Theed ro inspect the 1ren1 pe•.,- r a r..·~:r_
u-e;1 6~
do seen1 susp1c1ous. he suggests a iuch t ine \\ !Il' t-= c
location Dinn \~Ill \•,ant co speno as n ee ... Force ao~ ~r.0
....e,• are ino u
, '1, ...
posstb1e to establtsti th at u 1 t phase O• rug1t1\ e Jedi and ro prepare for the ne'
his Inquisitor's plan

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·rhe Tear is !Jere.. L11at 1f the PCs refuse her they vv11l not leave the roorn alive MODULAR ENCOUNTERS 1EX1JS OF' POWER .-: r g has no resonar ce \AJ1tl1 the Force ancJ rnoy ~(.' . I 1-vould like to hove u ~vuttl vvit/1 uou . s " ~ •in TI11::. \ "\ { L ' j .. Once they =:::-• .J · <'t1 <..'. "/SB' Don't rno\ e' . Theed's older reigt>borhoods.'. they can rnave a Hard(• • •) Vigilance . · ·~ s. . however.r.. or that the Tear tlley . and a toll.. r r:y +J c.".. 1 · · · " " · :J.. Zera/a ..rau from the sculpture and tOHOri'i you ·He 11 u<. ': • .n make a Hard (• • Perception ~~k rJ ht:·~.. he eaos :Cl • -s Jn buSl? THE AMBUSH - .re wal.. \tu norne is Bloise Zirkonn. r fact. turriui<J 01-1. ~r a'e all arrneu w1i.s !l!?:!i fqads ijOU past a group of tl1ree ..r tJ ooi~I. :(("l'j 0n the cl'lecv rt 1eals that the young men and « ·' • "'l . · ·.YOrk \\'Ith tl1e Ernpire under Iler supervision w1t11 eventuc:il prornotion possib1l1tres. '~ll. • J \ t"le I e- t~ stori. . if the PCs are feel- tr (' ?v"i. . ras~ces." i t J'' - • --~ ' e P a\er at nter a 'C' .(! . ·· ·. C"r ~ c rcumst. She proceeds Lo offer the PCs \... " : • · reveal Urat the d<Jor t() the offices is sl1gt1tly n r.. At is point. one snaps. ·. .. ' . J • : • '_..hff g li1r P(s.. where the • -~ %·s n ~ g'. Read aloud or para ~ phrase the following: Dinn suddenly takes a long step a1 vay frorn you.q gallery is a door marked as offices -.f. an~ thal t" ' .r_.eeo L~ ?Cs n his gaiter a sma..:itious gallery full of scattered antiques .... .fJS{f{j( (sculpture....1 shop off a Y11ind~ r:?:J "I o'"'e o. t.= s~3 D no i.(.-. r r. quite rig! c1nct.. J·o.. Once Dinn gets the PCs to the back of the room (or if they try to leave because they real ize someth ing is wrong).. \ tak- P( J.· _•:...... c. · · ..?.' gr1r1s. Dinn and Zirkonn spring their trap.. ca aoapi .:rc ~ mo11em€:t1l heh1nd 1t.J1 concealed blaster pistols.. s.s that look out over ..AP rttE \. you are all quite strong in the For< c.. r. . Read aloud or para• -'aX ·ne ""o V1'l rr1g.·. nor the art1ques..sperided artfully 1vithin grov-columns ..r... the encounier to :. He : .t>Se : r: . c..\. r' . Zirkonn's first move is to simpl y talk to the PCs Her ultimate goal in run ning th is operation is to gathei rnore Force adept recruits for L11e lnquis1tonus and the ISB.. J ('. · -. Y.. She makes it clca1.: ~aristeel Mindov-.. <' '. .. ": 'rer Tile entire space is well-lit from the · · · •r .. · ~ ')"µr.. ot the same time the tl1ree young rnen pull out blaster f)istols and level tflern in your direction../ s \\ tten presuming - :t-e PCs back to h•s (. ' .ances Ila\ e ?a. ' • '• " ' ' ' ' .. .JS - gefi • e G..a/Airig over to meet you.. l'.ree<s rhe PCs to the back of the store... -~. t. . the older ~vornon suus.ounterfe1tJ ~r11- "T!Jank uou.{:'?: r.rv column.'.r r..j II t ~ ' ... older won1an .

should she prove outmatched b~ their combat ablllues If the PCs are reaching the end of the combat.: d1v1duals \Vho shov..afe lai<e11 'i> •• r. " 0 sr f Cf Gn the part fJ. · u~rs "" as a dealer rn rare antiqultles and helping her find Force The r current ploy of leading riaive would-be Jea ro ''lair doom v..os1s-hned heavy gloves. r 3 1gr • t Tr. and after her prjff.up of Ztrkonn's ISB str1r.J Stun setting). ~ lh rr·ent w ~ 11 rnr: PC~ as <~IJ c. D nn 1s currently operating on Naboo under orde~ ' '.I Ban":l con ar1 ac rrdance ~r UCK a de\ OUS nature ar !l • E.If ua Lt 'If: J n~ Coo ror tJOth PCs and PCs tr the PCs not ced 50ml'"th1rig was Vt(C g. Deception _eaa ership. Ranged (Ughi.(. be')'and IJ r: M. a'ld the three young rncn (a singe m1n1on grf. then che other withdraws as well Ztrkonn \Yould much prefer to escape and hunt the PCs later. using Dra1• C oser lO pull the PC to her and a\"'ay from the PCs o 1es.h surpnsrr.P V aoo 1nfluer ce ~~ t. armored clothing (+ 1 soak. es. • counterte t art and art. Critical 4. or Negotiation check.f ne PCsJ If thr:y ref11 '":...onn ~elects the most dangerous PC (preferably one \V1' ti a ght saber) and engages him 1r1 an all out duel.:~ .1.. Brav. ng forging documE:r '..· ~ IGM's choice! per point on this check) Equipment: Refi ned cortosis gauntlets (Bra•'il: Darna5-a 4.J . 3 Streen... they should add D to fie r cnecv.-. ana the.3rre Force abilities and her po1verful personal rnagne~. Charm. ~.. Cool a r.11!. Dinn.:~ i1 at would b~ ng them ooi.e team] at ~ho rt ranP. charming.anor 2. .ngly cur 111111r."' .-'fll lhe1r aoo1t ona' prt:parednes~ J C:')fnbat begin$ \•11!.i promise as Force adepts. datapad.g amo"nrs o'I r\-!> 1.. g to ron '• t f\•rhertle..1. .e ~ pred1'ect 011 for hur:ing peop e..1th the promise or anc enr Jed.COMBAT I ~" l fi( . Range !Engaged].Y. paraphrasing 1c depending on which adversaries have been 1ncapac1taced '~ Talents: A:1 . \VI • As s. on the other hand.t bf:gtn Ure p1or..ence po..l<J. •.·or D f"O ended rcn ~ O!'ab sen:.. duggery check ~ open) a r ~ f~o ' aooo o fl f'. '4 lJ . Smooth Talker (Deception) 2 (spend @ to gain :tf :tf on ariv Deception checks1 Abilities: Force Po\ver· lrfluence (may make an lnf1.n l rt<o o ar1 D <1n auar-r. Deception 4. s Fool 2 (upgrade che difficulty of any Charm.c rnlt1 Pinn Is cl tongt1n1e llf>soclate of BlaisH Zirkonn and 1:1n cr.e a c~ec z rkonn _ y For botll parues F . ' .c c t<J. rho re .. lore 3. Coordir. rn! clli~encc agent A lltunan rnale MODULAR ENCOUNTERS .JJ fj Oe w .r. e rurce e q. BLAISE ZIRKONN [NEMESIS] Born into one or Naboo·s ancient anstoc1 at1c fam. ) ears ago.. Charm 3. ' g" t Skul- f r.s to rer. blaster pis~ol (Ranged !Light! Damage 6: Critical 3.r. . ~ j • tr f r fi p "' -!)< f er ''' • r er n • t.ort-iro surpns•ngly \\'ell They have already captured a doze1 .c. fei•.e ~~alt."€ disarming smile and a mean streak a kilometer \\I de an1 d an uncann) ~· grew into young adulthood.g.:.. . but slle does nol hold ttie ran 5 1 ZERALA DINN (RIVAL] l. Range !Mediu.::s.. 40acts to rnuseurrs ::I se • r.s an~-..:nere ~ 1 ing the diplomatic corps. Blall~ . CortosisJ.S 1ne PCs are al med •Jm '"arge •rom lhe entrance to the shop v11th Zirkonn artd her ISB si.) 3 S:w dugger. .re'. 0 n ~t ·ha~""'"_ had ~ruch lfl commor inc ud ng the r}c the1 . rn r. .1 2. Percepaon 2. the GM can read aloud the follO\\'ing. 511 ~ucatlCll the best schools on Naboo. Force Rating 1 ~obcod. been an lnqu1s1to11us " of 1•1Q' " decade now..•1se 3.'. - :.~::. they are also at •1 short range rrom the PCs There 1s a c r a · r'>~( v J a o'le)'. It \Vas al the acadernY ~ 1. :a. d srte the attention of an Imperial Intelligence agent steered toward the lnqu1sitorius ITYlO~ J.I\._ .~ ' • ~r •• c.jt ..) uorr u1e nqu1s1tonus He is Zirkonn·s agent •n Theed pos·....ess of oewn r g f I ~. • • 08l1nt ror l I I Zirkonn /lac. -.h Zl~·onn Dion.1..Ope of •. selects the \\'eakest·appeanng PC lOne n1th no llghtsaber or other major •11eapons) and s1mp1y tnes to bea t htm to death w1th his cort. calkat1ve.. \ - 4 15 1 1 Skills: Athletics 2..{ n J~ tti r: (.. .. they struck a par"::. Coercion or Deception checks attempted against this character -:· Ce. + I aetenseJ. comlink.aue s I.. a~ i>f.. nv~..1 9. . llfUI ch! owit o Ztrkonn was a bnght. Vigilance 2 Talents: Adversa~· I (upgrade drfficulty of all c-0rroat checks against this carger once).e team rn1n1on group between tnem and we t1oor In addition• there s another m1n1on groi. I .are constantly on Lbe lookout for more If either Z1rkonn or Dinn 1s r capacitated the other fights the PCs unul any rerna1n1ng ISB stnke team agents can grab lhe 1ncapac1taled 1nd1v1dual and \v1thdraw. art facts s \.o.> ~~cf: a tr ef OJ t>~a' rrg n t e rv'i a Rm af 0 Ou~' R (". ~e .Jp of three ISB siJ li'e team oehtnd the door to tl:le refresher and ofhces.ver roll as part of an) Coercion.un n ~. s ad I/(:. f t!:i €5(..C! from the PC. h " h a CO r "'"I ~ . may spend () to ga•o 0 . ~: t f. but 1t 1!> locl<J'>r Average [.rlOu1d be quick and extremely dirty Z1rt. she deve ope eopte \'• in titude at getting exactly what she 1vanted fron' PP ttended little more than a smile and some kind 1\lords. ...JfY · arari · h an eve tOI\ she enrolled in an Im penal Academy \V1t .

MPOAU . Da1nage 8.. ra 5. Vigilance.11 <.rJ. there 1s the poss1b1l1Ly lhal Zirkonn d1<'s dncl !)1nn escapes.·s as painful ancl unpl<>tJS ant as possible. 1r any or the Imperials esca pe Lhe en lire lrnpc1rial lr1tclllgcnco apparatus on Ne1boo Is alcrtccl lo the PCs' idenllLics.> • ·• searctics 1or Forte adepts Sile tends Lo deal with these un . wou11d 1. a<. and spaccporLsecurity will L>c on I he lookout 11Lr1ey I ry and leave Lile planet In the long term.n't wanl to apprar weak Lo her peers) and bl' gins hunting l he PCs pe>rsonalfy II th(' PCs also killecJ D1n11. Range !Short!. Darnage B.o addH1onal rounds or ten additional minutes. He rntcer<Jlcs hirn'i1df into loc. Talents: None. l lfkonn lakes a per<. c'. rtC'I work5 and lriu•. Lore } . se<:: page 2 81 of the FoncE AND Desr1Nv Core Rulebook}.. drrecuon-. Ra n ~ccJ (t lght). or Mclee combat check to force the larger Lo make a move maneuver in a d1rec uon of the lnqu1s1tor's choice). l hc• (JM <. Concussive 1. Perccpl iOn... Outer Rim ? . wt1icl1 rnca11s NC!boo sc<.anr. she ke(!ps Lhr conrrontat1011 to hPrsPll (silt• cJoec. lrorn the lrnperlal Ser u11ty Burc:au · • .hcy can escape the encounter I l<>wevcr.r~ fMed1umJ: Stun setting). <y ( tierks they rnake) Equipment: Custom11cd lightsaber (l. Leadership 3.s wltP. Discipline combined with Q Influence power check Ir successful.he 11cecls some 1act1cal con1bat rnuscle They rJfrl well tr111nc•d.JCl 111g l>ln11's profile Into a l'lcrnes1•) fH<Jf1l1· (per haps t>y giving hlrn a sll rJln I hr<!shol<J eqtial t. 011 liow well they covered lheir trail when they lell Naboo I lowc·vc•r.OUNTERS __. Coercion .al <. to ~ai.oncJI 1nttlresl 1n hunting and k 1 llt11i~ lhc PCs. Perception 3. Lo gel as mucJ1 1nflu(•nc t: anrJ rr1oney as he can to hunt and kill Lhc· PC!. f inally. May spend () to increase the duration by h·. Parry 5 (wllen struck by a rncloc attack but before applying soak.y lorcc!. sta1t search111r. Lightsaber Mastery (may use Willpower instead ol Brawn when mak 1ng lightsaber checks)."'ICS drrccllV 1v1th the help Of hc1 network oF agents J • • fnrlU " ' 4 1 rr. su rfer 3 strain to reduce damage by 7). or ti ti o on a missed Brawl.( I Cr1t1r di 5. L1rnited An1rno I J. DENOUEMENT The cncJ of lh1s en<.. he<J'/y t>lastcr pistol (Ranged ILigh l /.. or to believe one untrue statement for one round or f1ve minutes. if t~1c PCs ell1ninalecJ [)inn nncl /ii konn . r duties at the rctrc<lt she nlso runs an rntcllfoencc •CCLIIil N .. Knowledge (Underworld} 2. Lightsabcr. . Pange IL ngagedl. Force Power: Influence (May make an Influence power check and spend () to inflict ? . Light ~aber 4. two frag grenades (Hanged ILight!. Knowledge (Core Worlds) 2. Blasl 6.ounter depends on how the PCs re spondC'd lo /trkonn's job offer Accepting her otler ancJ be con1ing an hnper1al agent could lead a campaign in sorne very intcrcsl 1nr. Drson 1 " ' ) ~un<J. Reflect 5 (when struck by hit from a ranged attack but before appfyrng soak.. c5pecially 1( the PCs' plan 1s Lo use their rocrullmcnr as cover to work inside the system lo bring 1Ldown f"ight1ne /1rkonn anrJ her assot lates can have a 11urnbcr of outcorncs as well H tile PCs manage to kill holh / irkonn and Dinn as well •Js I heir 1nercenaries. + t defense).1rain lignonng soak) on one engaged target tv1ay rnakc an opposed Discipline check vs. or hatrerJ. Equipment: Blaslr r f)iSLOI (Ranged IL1gh1!.l lccJ >Jr.". r1. Charm 2. conceC. wc:ll as ol ll<~r rJbil1llcs ns €ipproprrc1lc• MODULAR EN.~ ' 1 I ~I • e c. Brawl 1u1s ccJpturccl nun1e1ous 111<J<lcn Jedi nrHf 1 11111 111 1n users tor tire Empire Most or ll1cs<: she successfully ~r~~ !O lnipr11<1I servile' ~u.!cutron only Her current assignment on Na boo hn~ her attnt hed 10 1111~ Errpeior s courl al the lrnpcrrat retreat In addrtron 10 her . th e~ lnqu1sltonus sends aeenls Lo Investigate whal happened . l heccJ for thc1n.- ZIRl<ONN'S ISB STRIKE TEAM [MINION) 1 Skills: Athletics 3.111 co n c. Cool s D 1plu1e 4.norr·o robr:s ( f I ·•oak.idc~r upgr. may spend ( . H t11is occurs. Range IMediuml: Stun setting). cornhnk. CritJcal le . • • -• Th1•sc· mpn rincl wonien n1ak<' uµ the bulk of Zirkonn's forces Llir1t '>ht• 11sr. if 71rkonn surv1v<'s. suffer 3 strai n 10 reduce damage by 7) Abilities: Dark Side Force User (uses Dark Side results rnstead of Light Side resulls. Abilities: None. Dinn hncls h11nscH cu1 ort rrorrr ln1p1· nal supporl and hunqry for tC!Venec.urit. adding O O O to the check Zirkonn may spend () Lo move the target one range band closer may do Lh1s muluple times or add ~ to the check She must move the target Lo engage her or the attack misses l Drive Back (spend 4. wt•ll paid hardened ngcnt:.nmc. ' rK rn Theed cind ncross ril>oo lhrou"h which Sil" ret1vo l. padded armor [ ~ 2 soak). 1. a11d Slflves to rnakc lhcrr livi.hrcshold). Breach I.). Knowledge (Edu· cciuonJ 2. )e he target to adopt an emolional state of rage.13 ndfU of times l h11v111g lo resort to f'X<. fear.ightsaber. Force Rating 3. da tapa(J a a 5 Skills (group only): Coor. V1grlance 3 Talents: Adversary 3 (upgrade difhcully of all combat rhecks against this character three limes) Draw Closer flvlake a Lightsaber (Willpower) combaL checj( against one silhouette I Largct within medium range. and rnay or rnay not track down the PCs depcnd1nr.o t1I<. lntrmt Oati:ig Presence fall enemies within short range add ~§} to . Damage 6: Crl11 ral ~. Ranged (Light) ) Stri>etw1se ~. Discipline. Darn ~~.

c. furry draft beasts called errops. so the PCs would subsequently be treated with a mixture of suspicion and awe. but not outright fear. or they may be travelers who have come across this backwa· ter world and are attempting to explore it while maintaining a low profile. If the latter is true.llo\v {) er Chee evr:ai that .por l lo tht' n1etalcrnrtcrs in Fu111c> Gl{ld1ato11al n1alcllcs and blood sports of all k111ds ar<' populnr diversions. its razor-sharp mandibles and the additional pair of grabbing arms that protrude from its back give it an insectile appearance. r~lll C:'f I rllflfll!~llL IS Slill a lhr1v111g 11us1nc5~. obtaining the item should be fairly simple.I \'VOi id rlS b<IC kVV<lf (! clS sa e<ft . Weik's citizens are somewhat used to such individuals. each laden with one or more large cages containrng exotic animal species from the distant corners of Weik's wilds. They may be natives of the planet with no knowledge of the wider galaxy. he wants to obtain an artifact in her possession. Ori wants to kill the owner and director of the menagerie. ll10sc hunters come across so1neth1ng tr ulv C\Ottc.br0aks free from its cage and attempts to sate its appetite on the Player Characters. BUT NOT ALONE ·n Though the Player Characters have attracted the attencio of. see page 33). Sala guards this book with her life. The caravan's beastmaster and remain ~ guards also want to bring the dust stalker down. Although the PCs have no reason to know this. 111 sornc cac:. they are far from being alo~~~n this confrontation. ON WEIK T his encounter supposes that the PCs are on Weik already. the dust stalker was goaded and then released by a member of the caravan: Ori Miscord. E 0 11 <. THED ~fosr er lall! IOJU dark sid ne cont111 PCs wh notice thr something rtie PCs Sp any check 'hat t~e b being corn til!. How C\t'r. but Sala stt hopes to capture it alive. Read Lhc following leYt aloud MODULAR ENCOUNTERS ort The creature is a dust stalker. THE CARAVAN OF CREATURES The Player Characters are making their way along the busy streets leading out of Vossport's port district. and 1nay not be avvare of JUSt 1101. IPccl111g l l1c nL'eus and tfl'~1res ol <111 1nanne1 of 111cn1cJls 1<111e111g l10111 tlH• dockwo1kL·r~111 Voc. when they hear a v.THE MENAGERIE V~ll Wl'lk. Although he purports to be a simple sage and animal tra iner.' dark Force A rw Seek .iailing horn up ahead The crowds on the street part to reveal a caravan of huge wheeled cages and carts drawn by shuffling. UNDER ATTACK. ancf l1unter5 and beastn1aste1s can expect to n1ake excellent profits by capturing and ~el 1ng 0xot 1c beJsl s caught in We1k's vvildcrness. an ancient grimoire written by a scholar and Force user named Scylos the Lame. Although he does not har· bor any ill will toward Sala. the beastmaster Sala Vindako. the goaded dust stalker. then revealing any modern weapons or technology is sure to result in the PCs being branded as sorcer· ers or wielders of the supernatural. Although it bears a superficial resemblance to an acklay.v dangerous U1esc creatures can be. lh In tt11s encounter. a sinister cabal of dark side Force users ~vho cause mayhem and murder on Weik whenever they have the chance (for more information on this order. Ori is actually a secret member of the Skyholme Lucites. but Ori figures that if she's dead. a six-legged reptile found in the Madlands.cs. Lhe Player Characters come upon one such menagerie as il is being transported through the docks district of Vossport Whal begins as an enterta1n1ng glimpse at the menagerie's caged animals turns violent when one of them-a starving creature secretly imbued wrth the dark side of the Force.

.~..:r sme o' tre ~Jr 5. - ana \\ ::it 11 .... e "r. tilra-Jgn • ". SALA VINDAKO. o' .a-.1 3. re : vr .ner Sa a Vindako. . capturng.• • • • - • .::e • '"'= crea~.cage ~ .t....-< -n·""'a ._. ~ : t!.."-i ::a"Ti)5:ed . c ~:&I rt (e e t l check • ~- l ~ oe· ~ • a'"!! ts D"e\ .:..' . Wi.f-:. -....::-· '5 &er.'Z ?[s SJ)e"'".cord Lnfortunately .\s ong as ->er..-:.s... tt...~ ". Range fEngagedJ: Sunder..... Percept. ...~ ..el knowp and she fY'\aKes a point riot to unnecessar:.:.t can 'P .. -t:~ 0:5../ abuse rt"te anima s n her care...e-ises tne. ~ J d S--. Critical 3.s t.JS: Sta • . se n·e~s~ • "'Cs beg.)(U"C.: . the dusL sta "er has successfu ly escaped ts cage and ·n:ends to sate ts h!....a..ea • • ae· \.s (Brawl: Damage 8...'lears a thick leather coar studded •.:S' o:-i an~one ioo: sh or unluc".' ir. l+t +J ::. tJ...or 1<s Q\·. Vicious 3) 1 • .s ~herri ESCAPED DUST STAL... Seel: or Sense ~ . j .' .1gr to get w1th1n b • n5 d sta"ce TH E DARK SI DE CONNECTION ~.KOfi.. Range Engaged! P..'e ..~.e Rri:a ~ has a penchant for hunting. Ill.ilt} of an.. • .:~en•.. Talents: :....~ 0 't' ihe dJS' SUI r. .a a .ersary I upgrade the d1Fc.. lure Lhe oust stol•:er bac!( l ..~ .. r" r~ 1 •bf ~6 Oustleo In i3dd i Dn ar the Cl'vl's d sc 1.:._gr fl- ~Jf fc.eo un~ ran£e PO' tl!r::-e\.. b ue. HUMAN BEASTMASTER (RIVAL] Sa. j> s.€: '.d•. :lg aoo. ljn~en ~ the J-~ ·~ .e a C". \"gilance 2. . and training beasts..J: o- -· "P3" t • ~ · l"r~ sU3". ~ fed • • opposed Discipline e0 ' · ""'"~€.. ) ar:ac" s • ill.c' ._er r-~335 (] -~ • <..._~ ""' • :>.erce 2J. . Her reputation as a beastmaster s •-.:il"'d anemots w e ?Cs " ...:. s A PC may even make a Hard Survival check ..1:i~p. p b~ ~a~ Fo ·re sens· •'€ r. tJ.·es • - '"":. Critical 2." ~ • tlie cj'<. • ..on 2 Sur\ . Q[' .a'" tJ..l rrez:.. 'e .J 1: me beast arm DG<....-al 3..h I'.n se.s su-~:0r..-s targe~ing ihe dast sta1Ker once Crippling BIO\'> [the dust stali<er may increase the diflcult) of irs riext combat chec~ by one to 1nt71c~ a cripp1 rig blo\v: infliccing normal damage a11d causing the target m suffer 1 srrain \Vhenever it 1110. Damage 8..• " .l:}leQ:J ....::n· 3 r. ""ro'Tl "'. ..c. presence ano flees r E'"d O s n~ uence over the dust ' ' Jt 1 e ed d'i: suffers a strain irom the ..a "re ?Cs ~ v fl:::: • -e· "ai::'S(l ~. erio1. She ..:es for the remainder of the encounter)..KER [NEMESIS] I s arge.liS :t'"E 3 tu "".e"O "' 'i :.. Abilities: 51 houette 2 Equipment: Piercing cla\·.. • - •r:e (l....i • ... • e aeJ·ure m3t retreat back to its cage 1f 1t has id so:1 • :i .:.leCT :Ile)' :ria . the covert man•pti1a•1o"s o~ ~ne Lucite Ori hl.. coMbat crec.v1th animal teem. s ·-leggeo 1nsectoid beas• nas been goaded qto at· on b..:..a li. serrated teeth (Bra\vl."' o •ea ze s somehm·. s e .-ce ~~. and can move \Vrth impressive agilfty de spite her bulk. ... =s-..{h ng tne .n :-~. do <o 7 32 Skills: B a ·..~ "'gn:s ro \he ceam :f: • '$ OJ111tff1Wn SU. • PC \'ef'Sus Discipline 0 · · c .

heavy clothing ( + l soak).1de oifl1culr\ ()( .~ll<1 th."'1 <' ent 2.-. 1~1111. ' I l\1 I iltl 1.1 1 h I'<''' MENAGERIE GUARDS [MINION] S ~a e ~'t:' c· s se. 0··e L)f UH' gli.ii ~11n1r<Hl< 1 1i.11ls forte Po.JIJrl d.1ck .111gc llngagedl.. ''·I t)!I::> ~·'°')(t)h:i r" p111norfing to be' .Scila If this happens... _ ·) r·or t't. spend () lo affect one adcl1t1011. and the dust stalker can eat the unfortunate Sala. '. 1 t• ~' g~ \\ "°l('..-.. Spend () to inc1easc lilt' r. The't u (tic rflclY 1... Range !Engaged!: P~ercoucn heavy ancl srnelly robes ( + l soak). the attack deals 4 dan1age plus I dJrntige per ¥f.1111111+' lllr. l 1\ ' tJ1{~ a t\ l)I '~''' l . ind 1\1\1 •I l~111rr Hr 1 . wizard 5 P (+ +J 1 . .1 \ 1 (\! . 1nay on ly use tht1 I Ol< 1'il'<' pn1v1 11 out doors and at nigllt)Dark Side For cc1 Ll:\t'I (tl'i<'s l)dl 1.llill(~ ti. d d. R. Orl's plan can succeed. t. rorc <' l~. n. 1 \\'•I ' 11'' rr ~l Skills • l' t ~. Damage 5: Critical 4. n1t1y .Range lt\1ediumJ. ivlelc(' 3. '11rl11 results instead of Ligllt Side results. Talents: None.' .:. \ t Jrl< .111 Ith l u1( .}..hc'tll~i 1<'. using an Average Discipline check tr 'tcau of no1 n1a1 difficulty.l\'<~ lll<\rtl 1\1111 lllC' kt1 l\\ln1ll{I 111.. R:lngt' 1~1<' Olll"' .1til1l'I \l.11H 11 J Talents: AdverScHy ).SvP(''"'l1.l'f '11ll~ .2l) ~ UR II '"t..1te tl11s n1ultiple tin1es).111 t' (' 8-S l i I ' 11 If)~\ llrl\I) 1111 I 1l(l\11Jllr. ' \\ It '' 1r Skills: 1\ sl1ogdllt)J1 5.ange. the PCs and guards can slay the dust stalker before It k11ls.e ~ t l ' I\ 0\\ ('1 ht I\l ').1~ r1tt1v.1~1· the) number of days seen into tl1e futurE> b~ 2 (111. Second. ' 111 i 1 Equipn1ent: Beast Coao l\1e1ee Dan1c?gc t) C11t1c... .f . i):'e(i .1 ll'.iq~et withlrl . ~o helo ·e "c~n an C\ t' or l<'' beasts B. and then Sile thanks the PCc. . In addition. light spear (Melee: Damage 6. 1 4 .l Crrtrcal 4 Equipment· \rVtzarcl's stair (ti.1'11\11 l11hl t\ h~l I' ft lrll flf\ \ 1111 ll\ ~~~c:~trng check cornbined wit.~t 1 i:'t' ' R.I . If the check 1s succes&lul and gt•nerarcs ()(). D(~ceplion 71..au11 DD h) tl( nf~ "-t' 0ncr' a l lllfl~.) " " ' 1lt)lt)l I t11 ti(\ ti 1llfplfi l[1IJI~ . .. -V HllnlOll gl l'lll)' o •11ree. ' ~t t (l "I .1 l ( \\ ' \ r (' I { ~ 1 " f' l't { 1)\ ' • h~ ' ( 'l'IUr\ 1111 11. and offers thern a reward or ~)00 golcf Pn trade coins (d local currency that 1s the equ1vdl<~n1 of ciedils on Weik. at some point tt1e GM can have Ori come forward and claim that her grin1oire was actually his.)tl~1ng ( + I de e se .:l( ttJ~llll\ 1 . Darnage '·ger 1tv1e1ee. onP rottnc thrcP n1inutcs ~ lil) 'ipencl () to increase tl1e durCJtion lJ> . Spend () to gain n1orc spelJltt clet.Pt>l~Cr activate al l of these upgrades n1ultlple t1111es JJne Influence: tvlay n1ake an opposed Disc iµlint' vci::.a· .ril). Abilities: None. the beastmaster is rair ly displeased w1tf1 the E·nd result. Ranged (Heavy).• l . 1 I ~ •it ! l\'tl1l\11~ 111111 I r 1 th ll\\11111• ltl•t\ 11 I ' I' 1 I •\ "' ' ~ I\.:il i R. V1gil.Jnged att.1nt~l" :1 •it \\ '· ~ Talents: \ti\ l 1 1t.. l\thllvh 1 d~r (\ enofog) l 4.ii~ Jt)(j \: ' l r ag '"• bf'2St' 01 1r1n1a1. I\ ( • l \ t ~t"t. \\ ' l"I('<. although on some level she recogn1Les LI at the PCs had no choice A successful Average (• •) Charm check can win Iler over.Hisr' one engaged opponent.~ t1" 1as ec le' pre~ fO t'~e 01.11 t.11Hi 'Xa ~ed IHea\. she also br rngs Lhein into her confidence and shows them her prized grirnoire MODULAR ENCOUNTERS tmclJS OF POWER 1 ti 1 i)tll to ~c'! $~1~ ...ll t'l"r 2 .e.<)that t)1 ~\~nrr~ll\ h"'<'" \\1lh11u1 ~· 1 1111. If the PCs see through his deception.11 "•llll((lfli 0 4 11 I . arus are ns..11'111. DENOUEMENT The encounter can end 1n one of several \~·ays. L)i'irlp1Jr1<1 ).111v ! or111 PO\vers. . and spend () Lo deal 2 ~dd1l1011a .t l. If any of tile PCs show an interest or aptitude w1lh beasts.111 I 01111J. Equipment: Soporific-tipped bO\\ and arro\vS (Ranged !Hea\')•). Critical 3: Range !EngagedJ Pierce l l. Da 1'Yiage s ( t rc~-11 't. " Abilit ies: \ ..1.r1•.a Ker.l soa1. Vigilance. · .L ' I. If successful.1n~<' 1 ~ .'r. but worthless oft-world).:re..ror .1g11c htrlls of e\ en ts to con1e a day in ad\·ance Spend (t lo 111<. If this happens.enlf () · 1t cs• tv1ay ~1 ct111on<1I rounds or fifteen addll1on<1l 1111nt b nd t~loY lo rnc1Pasp lht' ranuc ot the po~ver by one range '3 b cl( LI\ . ere' g~ a as. t '1e t rne ~e e·1co" lter be{: "<\. (11pg1.1tc botll of tllesc upgrades n1ulliple tinic·sI. .S s. First.i1 Chec ks against this lJrgc>t IVVICt1 ).' Unleash: ~lake a Force µo\ver ctieck tt11gct1ng on~ enen1) at short range. D c t(> ~. 'I' ted A 111110 1 s.1 1 \\!ii lrn :.. hidden ra zor dag e 3 V1c1ot1S 3'' Dan1age 2: C1 itical JJJrt of the pool. 01 believe one unt1 ue slalen1e11t . St111 PcltH' ·1a 1 or thL F ORCE ANO D ESTINY Core Rulebook) Abilities: Force Po1·vc1: Foresee· Spend() lo g. hed\ \ .~<'. Limited Ammo l: Stun 4).J a.• 111!' { 1\ 1 ~ •• 1'\11' :1:1 lf11\ r\ll(.o se ·1r1· ' letll~~I 111c'<1ns to subaue the dust Sla !\e but tile' eso1 r 10 1e1·.i . ICa\ 1g . lelee.i\.1111Sl' b} one range band. they may be able to prove his involvement rn the incident and gain the grirnoire for then1selves. -l cteo to 1. Po1 ceµUo11 '>.lllcc"s should another of c1~e1r riur'ber fa ' ct' 11 to d'e beast 1 0 Skills (group only): t\1elee. and rolls a 1.·11 or111c I d 1 ild 10 .11 Caster (111ust sµend a 1nd11e11\t'r 1Jclo1<. and the PCs stick around for the aftermalh of the encounter. D1soncnl 2).lllH ... will' a critical rating of 4. I dJni.pend(J h1 I 01 t le turget to adopl an crnotioncil slate or 1il"I' " " ft:.h an Influence po1-ver check to ~.Jtjtf f\)(\ \\IH1\\Ill11(\ 11\ ll1111g I<> !)<)5'10')'1'>nl.1's1lllr 11•111101 l 2 ( 16 ) 0.1111 v. 1 11 1 1 Or1's pr ~)fll(' 1~ pr C'S<'!lf ~11 ll<'t·p h 11 ll1r \1 1 fltll f11111.

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