FFG: The Dark Side Whispers in Ghosts of Dathomir

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“You don’t understand the power of the Dark Side”. It beckons in the latest Force and Destiny RPG adventure.

The Jedi are gone and force users must find their way alone through the trials of mastering their abilities. Here’s just a taste of what Ghosts of Dathomir has to offer

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via FFG:

“Ghosts of Dathomir begins simply, with the pursuit of an artifact rumored to possess ties to the Force, but the true nature of Tragic Hope and the mysterious shard the statue holds aloft will take you to the furthest reaches of the galaxy, to a planet that is all but forgotten: Dathomir. What do the Dathomirian witches, the Nightsisters, have to do with Tragic Hope and the legacy of destruction surrounding the statue? How is Jerserra tied to Dathomir and the statue? How will you even escape Toydaria to begin to answer these questions without finding yourself rotting in the bowels of a Hutt dungeon?”

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Ghosts of Dathomir $29.95

The dark side is calling you in Ghosts of Dathomir, an upcoming adventure supplement for the Star Wars™: Force and Destiny™ roleplaying game. When a mysterious and powerful artifact suddenly surfaces on Toydaria, you embark on a journey into the lawless Outer Rim. Along the way you’ll enter negotiations with a ruthless Hutt kajidic, experience relentless Force visions, and discover some of the darkest secrets of the galaxy.

This 96-page, beautifully illustrated book introduces locations throughout the Star Wars galaxy, a new and mysterious Force power, and many adversaries including Toydarian merchants, ruthless mercenaries, Hutt crime lords, and powerful wielders of the dark side of the Force. Designed to be used with the Force and Destiny roleplaying game, Ghosts of Dathomir can also easily be integrated into an Age of Rebellion™ or Edge of the Empire™ campaign.

Release date is Q1 of 2017

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~ You MUST obey your master…

  • Xodis

    I love the FaD adventures. They ideas they have for “outside-the-box” rewards are usually pretty neat.