Star Wars Rebels continues to be one of the best parts of the franchise. The trailer for the third (and final) season premiered at Star Wars Celebration Europe this past weekend and it looks like it's upping the ante in all directions. The beginnings of the Rebel Alliance are finally taking root--including the introduction of a well-known Rebel pilot!
And Ezra's talent with the Force has finally matured into a dangerous asset, sought by Jedi and Sith alike.
Finally, I'm sure you've heard by now about the Expanded Universe character that's making a canon-universe debut. In case you haven't I won't spoil it--just enjoy the clip!
If you haven't seen the first two seasons, correct that mistake now!
Monday, July 18, 2016
Friday, July 15, 2016
Here's the video which seems to be comprised of both BtS shots as well as what looks like new, finished footage.
Dianoga-eyed viewers will spot the actual data tapes with the plans for the Death Star at 1:22. And TONS of new aliens, hardware, and Stormtrooper types we've not seen before! I'm really pulling for director Gareth Edwards. He looks like a kid playing with his Kenner figures in the backyard sandbox, having so much fun on set.
Here's hoping that attitude translates to one heckova Star Wars flick. May the Force be with us!
Thursday, July 14, 2016
In truth, I've been testing various rules over the course of the last 6 years or so. I've messed with enough of under the hood that I began rewriting the underlying mechanics. Once that started, it was hard to stop. I will say that having all of those house rules in one document--and easily accessible just for my own sake--makes me just a wee bit giddy.
Next week, my regular gaming group (made up of almost all game masters) will dip toes in to some of the classes and basic mechanics, such as how abilities and skills will operate. There's more over at the official development site if that stuff interests you. To be honest, I'm more a fan of setting than I am of rules--unless the two can be combined in some interesting way...
Stay tuned for more Radness!