The Hotness
CDM1: The Halls of the Dwarven Kings
The Frost Papers
Doors to Darkness
Dungeoneer's Survival Guide
Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Core Set
Dear Mr. Hadley (the Hallway Game)
Fantasy AGE Bestiary
Curse of the Chthonians
Don't Walk in Winter Wood (Second Edition)
Player's Handbook (D&D 5e)
Wings of Time
Strike Force
Dark Dungeons
Mouse Guard Roleplaying Game Box Set
Ten Candles
Erebor: The Lonely Mountain
The Star Wars Roleplaying Game - Revised Edition
A Dirty World
Dark Heresy
Marvel Super Heroes Advanced Set
Book 01: Flight from the Dark
Citybook III: Deadly Nightside
Post-Apocalyptic Hero
Barbarians of the Aftermath
Lord of the Rings Adventure Game
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Beginner Box
Everyone is John
Ryuutama: Natural Fantasy Role Play
The Aether Sea
Star Wars: Force and Destiny Beginner Game
No Thank You, Evil!
Crypt of Veritas
Codex Infernus: The Savage Guide to Hell
The Cthulhu Hack
Pulp Cthulhu
Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Beginner Game
Storm King's Thunder
Volo's Guide to Monsters
City of Mist Starter Set
The Midnight Legion (Boxed Set)
Halloween Special: Demons in Cross End
Better Worlds
Crawling Under A Broken Moon (Issue 16 - Dec 2016)
Star Wars Roleplaying Game: Saga Edition
AMBER Diceless Role-Playing

Savage Star Wars (2010)

Average Rating: 7.00/10
RPG Item Rank: N/A
Series Code
Mechanic Show More »
Production Staff
Year Published
Primary Name
Savage Star Wars
Alternate Names
 Customize View
xml RSS Feed 
Facebook Twitter Delicious Google
ObjectID: 84781
Pg. 1
PDF Version
Year: 2010
Electronic (PDF, DOC, eBook, HTML, etc.)
102 pages
Size: Letter
Link Image
Description Edit | History

From the introduction:
I’m a Star Wars fan. Yes, in spite of the prequels. It’s sad that we Star Wars fanboys have to put that qualifier in these days, but such is the times we live in. As a Star Wars fan, I’ve been playing the Star Wars games long before the prequels, which means long before Wizards of the Coast got their hands on Star Wars, and long before even Timothy Zahn wrote the first novels that gave the world a picture of what was going on with Luke, Leia, Han and Chewie after Return of the Jedi. That’s right; I was playing the d6 West End Games version of Star Wars.

When I first played Savage Worlds a year or so back, I thought this would make an excellent rules system for Star Wars, and lo and behold I found I wasn’t the only one who thought so. On the Savage Worlds Fan Conversion web page I already saw three good attempts to take a crack at it. Victor Lacroix’s own Star Wars 1.2.1 conversion SAVAGE! Star Wars from the d20 Saga Edition was, by far, the best one of the bunch.

In all due respect to Mr. Lacroix and the people who helped him make that work, I thought that approaching Star Wars by converting the Saga Edition’s version of things to Savage Worlds was the wrong way to go about it. Rather, the best way to making a Savage Worlds Star Wars game was to take what you see from all six movies and other materials as you see them, instead of what others interpret them to be.

With that in mind I set about to make my own Savage Worlds Star Wars conversion primarily because I was utterly tired of Saga Edition and d20 in general. When you’ve played Savage Worlds, you look at d20 with a whole new perspective, wondering why they bothered to make things more complicated than it needed to be. I found myself ignoring or forgetting most of the rules for d20 because they got in the way of the game play itself.

More Information Edit | History
This page does not exist. You can edit this page to create it.
Thumbs Up
1 « Pg. {{module.params.pageid}} » {{data.config.endpage}}
No items found
{{product.numforsale}} for sale {{product.price}}
Thumbs Up
1 « Pg. {{module.params.pageid}} » {{data.config.endpage}}
No items found
{{item.title}} {{item.timeleft}}
Thumbs Up
1 « Pg. {{module.params.pageid}} » {{data.config.endpage}}
No images found
Thumbs Up
Category: Language:
1 « Pg. {{module.params.pageid}} » {{data.config.endpage}}
No videos found
{{video.numrecommend}} {{video.title}} {{video.language}} {{video.username|truncate:"10"}} {{video.numcomments}}
Thumbs Up
{{data.config.moduletitle}} Relationship:
[] [Forums »] [Post »] [Search »]
1 « Pg. {{module.params.pageid}} » {{data.config.endpage}}
No threads found
{{thread.numrecommend}} {{thread.subject}}
Last Post {{thread.lastpostdate|truncate:"10"}} Posted {{thread.postdate|truncate:"10"}}
{{thread.user.username|truncate:"10"}} {{thread.numposts-1}}
Thumbs Up
1 « Pg. {{module.params.pageid}} » {{data.config.endpage}}
No posts found
{{post.numpositive}} {{post.title}}
Title | Hot | Recent
[Browse »]  [Upload File »] Language:
Pg. 1 of 1
No Files Found.
Linked Items
Sort: Pg
Pg. 1
No Articles Found
Thumbs Up
[Browse »] [Summary »]
1 « Pg. {{module.params.pageid}} » {{data.config.endpage}}
No lists found
{{list.numpositive}} {{list.title}} {{list.username|truncate:"10"}} {{list.numitems}}
{{list.lastreplydate|truncate:"10"}} {{list.postdate|truncate:"10"}}
RPG Item Rank: N/A
Num Ratings: 1
Average Rating: 7.00
Standard Deviation: 0.00
Num Views: 390
GeekBuddy Analysis: Analyze
Similarly Rated: View
Avg. Game Weight: 0.0
Fans: 1
Personal Comments: 0
Users Owning: 3
Users Wanting: 0
Users Trading: 0 [find trade matches]
Price History: View
Total Plays: 0
Plays This Month: 0
Your Tags: Add tags
Popular Tags: [View All]
Thumbs Up
Web Links
Category: Language:
1 « Pg. {{module.params.pageid}} » {{data.config.endpage}}
No Web Links Found
Link {{cat}} {{lang}}
User Information
Use this tool to rate games, save comments, and manage your collection.
Front Page | Welcome | Contact | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Advertise | Support BGG | Feeds RSS
Geekdo, BoardGameGeek, the Geekdo logo, and the BoardGameGeek logo are trademarks of BoardGameGeek, LLC.