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"Right now I feel I can take on the whole Empire myself."
―Dak Ralter[src]

Star Wars: Age of Rebellion is the second roleplaying game in the Star Wars Roleplaying series, a series of cross-compatible roleplaying games published by Fantasy Flight Games under their license to create Star Wars-themed games, and a sequel to Edge of the Empire.[2] A beta test of Age of Rebellion was released in September of 2013.[3] At GenCon in August 2012, it was announced that Sterling Hershey was one of the designers of the game.[1] Hershey revealed on his blog at that time the plans Fantasy Flight had for the franchise, announcing Age of Rebellion for 2014 release, and Force and Destiny in 2015.[1] The Beginner Game for Age of Rebellion was released in May of 2014[4] and the core rulebook was released on July 1, 2014.

Publisher's summary[]

Age of Rebellion showcase art

"Right now I feel like I could take on the whole Empire myself."—Dak Ralter

Strike a blow for galactic freedom as a hero of the Rebel Alliance! You'll soon have your chance to join the beta test for the Star Wars: Age of Rebellion Roleplaying Game.

The second of three epic, cross-compatible Star Wars roleplaying systems, Age of Rebellion will soon be made available for beta testing through our webstore and participating retailers.

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Adventure modules[]

Mini adventures[]

Rules Supplements[]

Sourcebooks[]

Content summary[]

Player Character Species

Career Paths and Specializations

  • Ace
    • Driver
    • Gunner
    • Pilot
    • Beast Rider
    • Hotshot
    • Rigger
  • Commander
    • Commodore
    • Squadron Leader
    • Tactician
    • Figurehead
    • Instructor
    • Strategist
  • Diplomat
    • Ambassador
    • Agitator
    • Quartermaster
    • Advocate
    • Analyst
    • Propagandist
  • Engineer
    • Mechanic
    • Saboteur
    • Scientist
    • Droid Specialist
    • Sapper
    • Shipwright
  • Soldier
    • Commando
    • Medic
    • Sharpshooter
    • Heavy
    • Trailblazer
    • Vanguard
  • Spy
    • Infiltrator
    • Scout
    • Slicer
    • Courier
    • Interrogator
    • Sleeper Agent
  • Recruit (no military training)

Starships

Starfighters and Patrol Boats

Freighters and Transports

Gunships

Cruisers

Battleships

Campaign[]

The following is the suggested, but not required, playing order:

Takeover at Whisper Base/Operation: Shadowpoint (Beginner Game), Perlemian Haul (Core Rulebook), "Operation: Shell Game" (Beta book), Dead in the Water (Gamemaster's Kit), Onslaught at Arda I.

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