So, what's this here?
RELICS OF THE PAST
It is the height of the GALACTIC REPUBLIC, a time of peace and prosperity.
The JEDI ORDER, guardians of peace and justice, protect order around the Galaxy.
Despite this, CORRUPTION and DECADENCE have taken root in the heart of the Republic.
Voices of unrest find fertile ground throughout the Galaxy.
In the midst of this, a group of Padawans travel to the planet ATHISS for their Jedi Trials,
unaware of the danger waiting for them ....
So, who wants to play a bunch of Jedi running around the galaxy solving problems! Sounds good? Then, this is the game for you.
So, how are we going to play?
Fantasy Flight's Force and Destiny looks like it's pretty cool for Jedi. However, the basic game is set during the Empire where Force Users are hunted and trying to fly under the radar. I'd like to rewind the clock a bit and get some Jedi Knight high adventure going.
The general mechanic of the game is you assemble dice pools based on your attributes and skills, then add dice based on difficulties or setbacks. You then roll the dice pool and cancel out opposed results until you get the final result.
Edge of the Empire dice are available through Geth as XeY, where Y is the first letter of the die type: Ability, Boost, Challenge, Difficulty, Force, Proficiency, or Setback.
Example: 2eA+1eP+3eD is 2 Ability, 1 Proficiency, and 3 Difficulty dice
Character creation guidelines
Characters should be Padawans about to become Knights. Give me a little bit about your Master and the mission you learned the most on. After you go through the normal character creation (PC's morality starts at 60, and you can't use any of the morality changing choices on page 34), you get a bonus 130 XP that can't be used to raise your base attributes. Lucky you! Also, everyone starts with a normal, no frills lightsaber appropriate for their size. Finally, once everyone's made a character, tell me what missions you've been on with the other Padawans.
I'll be looking for about 4 people, and hoping to start on Monday or so. I'm not tied to time, though. If you need a bit more time, let me know.