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West End Games

West End Games' current logo

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West End Games' old logo, used on most of its Star Wars material

"We've expanded the universe."
Peter M. Schweighofer[src]

West End Games (WEG) was the publisher of Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game between 1987 and 1998, when the company's financial problems forced them to give up the license. Their headquarters was in Honesdale, Pennsylvania.

While all the supplements West End Games produced are out of print, some of the information included in their sourcebooks and adventures was used as background material for the Expanded Universe novels and comics, and some of the writers for West End Games supplements went on to write for the Star Wars Roleplaying Game produced by Wizards of the Coast. Much as with Marvel Comics' original Star Wars series, relatively obscure characters and settings from WEG supplements were frequently referenced in later Expanded Universe material by such authors as Abel G. Peña and Pablo Hidalgo (himself a former West End Games freelancer).

Lucasfilm's 2014 continuity policy change placed West End Games material under the Legends banner of Star Wars canon. Character and item statistics had always been considered non-canonical game mechanics.

Associated supplements, of varying canonicity, were also published in publications such as Dragon Magazine, Challenge magazine, Polyhedron, and, later, Dungeon/Polyhedron. Three West End Games sourcebooks—the Jedi Sourcebook, Tion Hegemony Sourcebook and The X-Wing: Rogue Squadron Sourcebook—were canceled before their release. The solitaire adventure Gambler's Luck was likewise never released.

Published Star Wars materialsEdit

Star Wars: The Roleplaying GameEdit

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Title Released
Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game 1987[1]
Star Wars Campaign Pack 1988[2]
Tatooine Manhunt 1988[3]
Strike Force: Shantipole 1988[4]
Battle for the Golden Sun 1988[5]
Imperial Sourcebook 1988[6]
The Star Wars Rules Companion 1989[7]
Starfall 1989[8]
Otherspace 1989[9]
Otherspace II: Invasion 1989[10]
Scavenger Hunt 1989[11]
Riders of the Maelstrom 1989[12]
Crisis on Cloud City 1989[13]
Galaxy Guide 1: A New Hope 1989[14]
Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin 1989[15]
Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back 1989[16]
Galaxy Guide 4: Alien Races 1989[17]
Rebel Alliance Sourcebook 1990[18]
Black Ice 1990[19]
The Game Chambers of Questal 1990[20]
The Isis Coordinates 1990[21]
Death in the Undercity 1990[22]
Galaxy Guide 5: Return of the Jedi 1990[23]
Galaxy Guide 6: Tramp Freighters 1990[24]
Cracken's Rebel Field Guide 1991[25]
Death Star Technical Companion 1991[26]
Domain of Evil 1991[27]
Graveyard of Alderaan 1991[28]
Star Wars Gamemaster Kit 1991[29]
Planets of the Galaxy, Volume One 1991[30]
Mission to Lianna 1992[31]
The Abduction 1992[32]
The Politics of Contraband 1992[33]
Star Wars Gamemaster Screen 1992[34]
Wanted by Cracken 1993[35]
Galaxy Guide 7: Mos Eisley 1993[36]
Galaxy Guide 8: Scouts 1993[37]
Star Wars Gamemaster Handbook 1993[38]
Galaxy Guide 9: Fragments from the Rim 1993[39]
Twin Stars of Kira 1993[40]
Han Solo and the Corporate Sector Sourcebook 1993[41]
The Last Command Sourcebook 1994[42]
Galaxy Guide 10: Bounty Hunters 1994[43]
Goroth: Slave of the Empire 1995[44]
Galladinium's Fantastic Technology 1995[45]
The DarkStryder Campaign 1995[46]
Galaxy Guide 5: Return of the Jedi, Second Edition 1995[47]
Heroes & Rogues 1995[48]
Tales of the Jedi Companion 1996[49]
Instant Adventures 1996[50]
No Disintegrations 1997[51]
Cynabar's Fantastic Technology: Droids 1997[52]
Mos Eisley Adventure Set 1997[53]
Wretched Hives of Scum & Villainy 1997[54]
The Black Sands of Socorro 1997[55]
Cracken's Threat Dossier 1997[56]
Secrets of the Sisar Run 1997[57]
Pirates & Privateers 1997[58]
The Far Orbit Project 1998[59]

Solitaire adventuresEdit

Title Released
Jedi's Honor 1990
Scoundrel's Luck 1990

Board gamesEdit

Title Released
Star Warriors: Starfighter Combat in the Star Wars Universe 1987[60]
Assault on Hoth 1988[61]
Battle for Endor 1989[62]
Escape from the Death Star 1990[63]

BibliographyEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game
  2. Star Wars Campaign Pack
  3. Tatooine Manhunt
  4. Strike Force: Shantipole
  5. Battle for the Golden Sun
  6. Imperial Sourcebook
  7. The Star Wars Rules Companion
  8. Starfall
  9. Otherspace
  10. Otherspace II: Invasion
  11. Scavenger Hunt
  12. Riders of the Maelstrom
  13. Crisis on Cloud City
  14. Galaxy Guide 1: A New Hope
  15. Galaxy Guide 2: Yavin and Bespin
  16. Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back
  17. Galaxy Guide 4: Alien Races
  18. Rebel Alliance Sourcebook
  19. Black Ice
  20. The Game Chambers of Questal
  21. The Isis Coordinates
  22. Death in the Undercity
  23. Galaxy Guide 5: Return of the Jedi
  24. Galaxy Guide 6: Tramp Freighters
  25. Cracken's Rebel Field Guide
  26. Death Star Technical Companion
  27. Domain of Evil
  28. Graveyard of Alderaan
  29. Star Wars Gamemaster Kit
  30. Planets of the Galaxy, Volume One
  31. Mission to Lianna
  32. The Abduction
  33. The Politics of Contraband
  34. Star Wars Gamemaster Screen
  35. Wanted by Cracken
  36. Galaxy Guide 7: Mos Eisley
  37. Galaxy Guide 8: Scouts
  38. Star Wars Gamemaster Handbook
  39. Galaxy Guide 9: Fragments from the Rim
  40. Twin Stars of Kira
  41. Han Solo and the Corporate Sector Sourcebook
  42. The Last Command Sourcebook
  43. Galaxy Guide 10: Bounty Hunters
  44. Goroth: Slave of the Empire
  45. Galladinium's Fantastic Technology
  46. The DarkStryder Campaign
  47. Galaxy Guide 5: Return of the Jedi, Second Edition
  48. Heroes & Rogues
  49. Tales of the Jedi Companion
  50. Instant Adventures
  51. No Disintegrations
  52. Cynabar's Fantastic Technology: Droids
  53. Mos Eisley Adventure Set
  54. Wretched Hives of Scum & Villainy
  55. The Black Sands of Socorro
  56. Cracken's Threat Dossier
  57. Secrets of the Sisar Run
  58. Pirates & Privateers
  59. The Far Orbit Project
  60. Star Warriors: Starfighter Combat in the Star Wars Universe
  61. Assault on Hoth
  62. Battle for Endor
  63. Escape from the Death Star

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