[ PDF ] Strongholds of Resistance Author Sterling Hershey


  • 142
  • Strongholds of Resistance
  • Sterling Hershey
  • English
  • 01 February 2019
  • 9781633441385

4 thoughts on “Strongholds of Resistance

  1. says:

    Interesting read but I thought the ones about Hutt Space and Corellia were slightly better

  2. says:

    There is a lot of good information in this book to flesh out a few well known planets in the Star Wars universe both with locales and NPCs The adventure hooks towards the end I think are a fantastic help too if I need to create any sort of bri

  3. says:

    Good description of the planets and bases but a bit superficial for my taste I would have liked real globe like m

  4. says:

    This volume is pretty fun from a lore point of view with some great information on worlds loyal to the Rebel Alliance and

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Sterling Hershey â 2 Review

Strongholds of Resistance

Or the Star Wars Age of Rebellion roleplaying game This 144 page sourcebook immerses players in the di. There is a lot of good information in this book to flesh out a few well known planets in the Star Wars universe both with locales and NPCs The adventure hooks towards the end I think are a fantastic help too if I need to create any sort of bridging adventure in a campaign Overall a worthwhile inclusion

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Explore brave Alliance worlds and fortified secret bases in the Strongholds of Resistance sourcebook f. Interesting read but I thought the ones about Hutt Space and Corellia were slightly better

Summary Strongholds of Resistance

Plomatic intrigues and internal conflicts of those planets that have openly rebelled against the Empir. Good description of the planets and bases but a bit superficial for my taste I would have liked real globe like maps of the continents with markings where the cities are located etc The bases have adeuate maps and the book contains a few good loosely described encounters I love the art but prefer the DD adventure books Keep player options world descriptions monster compendiums starship compendiums and adventures separated mixing everything together makes it really hard to look up things afterwardsI enjoyed reading the book but as many Fantasy Flight Star Wars RPG books too much work for the GM to be truly practical