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resourceone.info: Star Wars: Edge of the Empire RPG - Dangerous Covenants: Fantasy Flight Games: Toys & Games. Star Wars Edge of the Empire, Age of Rebellion, and Force and have them included when we add in the Dangerous Covenants specs. The “Suppress” force tree on the Force and Destiny black and white pdf is in color. Dangerous Covenants, a supplement for the Star Wars: Edge of the Empire Roleplaying Game, features new content for the Hired Gun career.

As in: there are a couple of talents which provide Force and recovery boons when they are carrying less than 2 encumbrance after reductions, like actually wearing your armor, and the Burly talent. They also get a huge boost to strain and can spend it to upgrade any ability check. Letting them roll a yellow on every check without flipping destiny points, as well as being able to make a single skill check when you lack the necessary items. Instead of armor they can commit force dice to increase soak and can suffer additional strain when injured to reflect wounds back to their attacker.

Their capstone is unique in that it adds a force spot directly, which means force powers that don't require more than one never fail. Teacher DoHa - Has some of the scholarly aspects of Sage, but focuses more on boosting up allies and bailing them out of tight spots. A bit fiddly, but has some neat stuff at higher levels, like swapping out any stat for your combat check. Also lets you cheapen the XP costs of up to four skills, two of which you get to pick, which is always appreciated.

Some cool abilities here, allowing you to get the whole team performing maneuvers out-of-turn if you need the group to surge forward or coordinate actions.

It's the only career with Supreme Parry so you can block for days rather than tiring yourself out. Obviously, this specialization is more about blocking incoming attacks rather than hitting hard so your group will need someone else to do the heavy punching or shooting. Protector - Kind of like a medic crossed with bodyguard. Your other abilities include using stim-packs for immediate healing rather than a medicine check, but which get worse with repeated use, but you're "better" with them, you also get Force Protection, so you can commit force dice to increasing your soak value temporarily.

Armorer Keeping the Peace Like the Gadgeteer specialisation; it sounds obvious from the title but their main focus is armor, turning the tank career class into a genuine soaker of damage, although it doesn't have the broad range of tech abilities like the Artisan or Rigger, but can still make and improve personal scale items. It also adds a few lightsaber moves like Saber Throw to round it out. Warden KtP an unarmed fighter, a bit rougher around the edges like the Enforcer specialization.

Warleader KtP Makes for a fantastic squad leader in teams of non-Jedi. Gets the passive ability to improve cover for your teammates, or to grant allies the ability to hit with ranged attacks even when they miss, so long as they roll well enough. This guy is someone your party really wants on its side. Mystic Advisor - The "face" of the group, the class is fairly straightforward granting you bonuses to interaction checks while ignoring penalties.

You also get a couple of trading boosts thrown in for good measure. Not a great deal for force users except for one ability where you can switch out your force rating for your ranks in Knowledge Lore once per gaming session, which can be good if you min-maxed, but in the late game your force rating may eventually overtake your skill ranks. Makashi Duelist - Presence-based Lightsaber style heavily focused on dealing with a single opponent in melee, so you get no Reflect talents.

You do have some cool techniques though, which can allow you to dominate your opponent, like feinting to turn your missed attacks into penalties for your opponent, or by taunting your opponent into losing strain points while recovering them for yourself.

Your ultimate ability is the Makashi Finish, which can massively boost your critical damage rolls and rip your opponent a brand new asshole if you manage to hit him with it. Seer - A more practical counterpart to the Sage, it also gives you two Force Rating increases. But instead of knowledge or interaction bonuses, you get much-improved initiative checks and some boosts to outdoor survival checks.

It doesn't quite have the same force boosting talents as the Sage, but you can get some floating re-rolls on power checks, and with "Forewarning" you can massively increase your allies defenses up until the point they act in an encounter.

Alchemist Unlimited Power - Harness the power of the force to become a drug dealer, brewing all kinds of special concoctions. Using the light to whip up healing potions, or the dark to brew poisons. Also lets you add Force Dice into a crafting check to create extra successes or advantages, plus some resistances to poisons useful, given what you'll be brewing. Involves a lot of lore based abilities, removing setback and reducing the difficulty of such checks, while Knowledge Is Power lets you count Lore skill as Force Rating on a single power.

Comes with Channel Agony, letting you suffer wounds to generate automatic dark side points on force checks, as well as Healing Trance to recover wounds lost. Also has some ranks in Confidence and Resolve to resist fear and strain inflicted from learning stuff man was not meant to know.

Prophet UnPo - Become a magical evangelist motivational speaker, spreading word of the force and using it to inspire hope in others. Includes an aura of awesomeness for you or anti-awesomeness if you turn it against your foes , the power to inspire fear or comfort in others, or the ability to become a Force generator for a full encounter.

You do get some awesome damage potential, like the ability to hit an opponent multiple times in a single attack and with a lightsaber he's going down , throw your lightsaber as a ranged weapon or close the distance fast and leap to your opponent's space.

However, the style is heavily dependent on your pool of strain points, so if you cannot finish a fight fast you may find yourself running out of things to do. Hunter - A very practical specialization that works in situations where you don't need or own a lightsaber. Good at tracking and with perception checks and is good for dealing damage to animals and beasts, as well as avoiding incoming ranged damage.

It also allows you to use your force dice on ranged weapon attack rolls, making it a good fall-back class for anyone. Pathfinder - The Druid to the Hunter's Ranger. This also gives you a whole bunch of outdoor survival boosts and travel enhancements. As the class progresses, you get your own permanent animal companion, though as your force rating increases you could swap it out for larger and meaner creatures.

Its best gimmick is adding it's force rating to any weapon that isn't a rocket launcher or starship turret. So, in essence, it's the best combat-focused force specialization hands down. In return you get an additional force rating in the tree, lots more strain increases and a higher focus on your animal companion, granting several abilities that improve your animal companion and make it more useful to you.

Navigator SS - Some marriage between a Scout and a Pilot: A hybrid of piloting skills and overland travel boosts, mixed with general tracking ability. Comes with a bunch of Astrogation talents you might not find a use for unless you need to jump to hyperspace quickly, but the class does have an overall focus on escaping. Sentinel Artisan - The Mechanic and generally the guy you want fixing your vehicles and broken stuff.

A non-force wielder like a technician or proper mechanic might be better in general situations, but this guy can imbue his items with the force to gain enhancements, or he can even use the force to add hardpoints when modifying items.

Shadow - The Thief archetype, you are really good at stealth. To the point that you can make yourself invisible to other force users and make your own force powers being undetectable.

You can even make people forget about your existence once per session. Other than stealth, you also get improved hacking skills but only when attempting to decipher communications. Shien Expert - A Cunning-based style heavily focused on dealing with ranged attackers and being defensive, but not quite as one-dimensional as the Makashi or Soresu styles, so you at least have combat options.

The talents actually make this class very well rounded, allowing you to take advantage of enemy misses, or close the distance quickly if you need to.

It doesn't offer any way to upgrade skill rolls or reduce the difficulty, however, so you'll have to rely on straight skill dice and items to help.

Racer EnVi - they had to squeeze Podracing in somewhere, so might as well tack it on to the most urban force using career. Kind of like a force wielding pilot, with less ability to shoot stuff but who can pull crazy maneuvers.

Also gives them track and field powers, cus Usain Bolt was a Jedi racer too.

Sentry EnVi - kind of a generic lightsaber style, coming with Reflect talents, the ability to dodge, throw your saber and boost your Vigilance and Stealth rolls. You also get a dark side ability where you can go "BOO" and make people run away. Considering the wide-ranging applications of the class, it would make a good starting choice. Warrior Aggressor - The muscle dude who exists to debuff enemies and make them easier to deal with.

The Aggressor can terrify opponents into a disoriented or immobilized state, then take advantage of that state by dealing additional damage. Starfighter Ace - Exactly what you think it is, a force-wielding pilot, coming with some useful repair talents and force enhancements while at the helm of a vehicle, making it more difficult to hit and allowing you to add your force dice to your vehicular attack rolls for improved damage.

Shii-cho Knight - The "basic" lightsaber style, which is still based on Brawn. Shii-Cho is about dealing with crowds of enemies in melee, allowing you to strike multiple targets with a single attack. It has virtually no ranged defenses so can be easily overwhelmed by the same bunch of dudes with guns if you can't close the distance, but the specialization does have a focus on durability and being able to increase crit ratings on incoming attacks.

Its an odd tree of four columns that lead straight to the bottom. One row of Wounds and an ability to heal some, one row of Crit reduction, one to mitigate being stopped by status effects and including a hilarious headbutt maneuver to stop other people , and one row of Strain, Soak, and two Force abilities.

The entire tree is largely one spiraling linear path around the page which forces you to walk a tightrope with your Destiny Points and Conflict with the tree splitting about seven talents in depending on whether you specialize in Juyo used by Sith or Mace Windu's signature Vaapad style, or both.

It is very, very easy to gain mountains of Conflict while doing insane amounts of damage and critting like a boss.

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Or, if used carefully, generate a net positive Morality score, while just doing a silly amount of damage. Two Force talents add Pierce and Sunder to your fists and a third lets you punch faces at range. The rest of the tree is nothing to sneeze at either.

Combine with the Conjure power to create with enough upgrades some of the most versatile weapons and devastating attacks in the game.

Prequels Era[ edit ] Clone Clone Officer RotS Interestingly meant to represent all officer ranks that can be held by a clone even commander which is going to have its own spec as well this is a fairly simple combat leadership spec. The left half of the tree focuses on cover and the field command ability, while the right half is about leading from the front giving you abilities to grant boost die to your allies attacks.

Has the fun ability to order people not to die until after next round. Clone Pilot RotS An interesting piloting spec with a few unique abilities. Assault Drop lets you use an incidental to kick your allies out of your ship or vehicle, while Fire Support lets you pass boost die on when you succeed on vehicle combat checks.

Also has the infamous Barrel Roll talent that lets you suffer system strain to reduce the damage you take from attacks. Clone Trooper RotS More meat for the grinder. A well rounded combat spec, the trooper offers lots of defensive bonuses as well as deadly accuracy to help you offensively. Like all the clone specs the trooper provides the Clanker Killer talent which lets you remove boost die from combat checks against droids to add your choice of success or advantage, unlike the other clone specs however, the trooper gets two ranks.

Their announcement page describes them as relying on their peak physical fitness and advanced training so they'll likely receive talents to buff their physical abilities and skills, as well as something to represent their creativity and independence. Clone Commander CotR An interesting spec choice considering the officer claims to represent commanders as well.

Clone Veteran CotR The announcement page mostly goes on about their knowledge of the enemy and consul on tactical matters, so they'll definitely get Knowledge Warfare related abilities. But we can expect at least some combat focused ones as well, and it will undoubtedly have at least another rank of Clanker Killer Jedi Jedi Padawan RotS - The entry of the Jedi class.

The Jedi Padawan tree is split into the left half, which focuses on lightsaber combat, and the right half which focuses on skills and the force. At only 40xp required to reach Force Rating 2, the Jedi Padawan is the fastest way to get your force rating up. Since all other Jedi specializations known so far have additional requirements, this is the only one you can start in.

Jedi Knight RotS - The left side of the tree is all about lightsaber combat, though aside from the Saber Throw talent it is entirely defensive.

The right side of the tree focuses instead on the force, notably allowing the Knight to flip a dark side destiny point back to the light every round they fail a check.

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Jedi General CotR - Predictably this has general leadership abilities. Jedi Master CotR - Requiring three force die to qualify for and explicitly does not require the actual title of "Jedi Master".

What it actually does is unclear as the talents visible in the preview are all generic Strangely, all the lightsaber styles are out of class for Jedi Universal[ edit ] Specialisations that can be taken by any character as if they were part of the character's own career path, so therefore does not suffer the additional experience penalty for choosing them.

Oddly, many of these would be appropriate concept-wise as origins for characters, but Universal Specs are not appropriate RAW as a first specialisation. Rebel Recruit AoR - A universal specialisation providing a broad set of low level combat and utility abilities.

Limited to male humans for obvious reasons, but you could probably convince your GM to let you refluff it as a member of different vat-grown army or something.

As you might expect, gives a whole lot of passive bonuses to making you a better soldier, mostly making you more resilient and better at aiming. Generalised social and skullduggery-oriented tree. Kind of mediocre, but does have an utterly hilarious end-tier talent called "Prepare to be Boarded! Despite having no force abilities, lets you do absurd amounts of damage with simple weapons and do some nifty things like heal yourself with Knowledge Lore checks.

Lots of focus on the Discipline skill, which is elsewhere used to resolve opposing Force powers checks, but here just makes you really, really fearless. A pretty good alternative to Rebel Recruit, with more of a focus on ignoring strain and working in formation with others. Has a small knowledge thing going on, including using Knowledge Warfare for initiative. Has several ways to use leadership, so it makes a good supplement to commodore or squad leader. Has an ability in the late tree that can let you treat a large ship as a smaller one, so you can do sick drifts in a Nebulon-B.

Has a space combat focus, though the early parts of the tree aren't particularly specialized. Republic Represenative RotS - A universal specialization focused on diplomacy. At the bottom of their tree is the ability to pull "previously unknown dealings" out of your ass to your benefit. Death Watch Warrior CotR - From what we've seen so far this appears to be a fairly defensive spec focused on maneuverability with a jetpack. However the lower half of the tree may well provide some much needed firepower.

Senator CotR - Keeping war off our shores Another talker specialization, but with a career attached to it. Separatist Commander CotR - The first official support for actually playing as the "bad guys" in the entire system!

It only took 27 books to get to As expected, it's another commander specialization, with some mass combat abilities.

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Force Rating Granting Acquiring any of these specialties gives you Force Rating 1, but acquiring multiple of them will not raise it above that. None of these grant career skills themselves, though many have early talents that give them. It is a bit more focused than Exile but it gets more by way of "The Force" than the Exile path does by allowing you to enhance your allies or use your own Willpower in place of their usual stat.

Based around being a padawan who escaped Order 66 and went into hiding as a normie, this gives Force Rating 1 and a wide range of defensive and stealth-based force powers, as well as really good bonuses to crafting your own lightsaber.

The left side of the tree is focused on sneak attacks and disorienting foes. The right side of the tree focuses on lightsaber combat and gives Renegade Form, which can let you make lightsaber attacks with any attribute without diving into a deep tree with no force die increase.

Nightsister CotR - Interestingly it doesn't grant a FR right away, instead it offers it as a 5xp talent, meaning you can play a non force sensitive nightsister if you want.

This means it does grant career skills though.

They can only be taken by attaching the signature ability to the bottom of one of your career talent trees. Obviously there are a few caveats to that; you can only take signature abilities from your own career meaning if you start as a hired gun, you can't take smuggler abilities and you can only attach them to in-career talent trees so your hired gun cannot attach a hired gun ability to a smuggler talent tree taken out-of-career. Once you've got the signature ability, you can further upgrade it like it was part of your regular talent tree, and some of the abilities are very nearly broken as hell Spend 2 destiny points and make a hard streetwise check.

If you're on the same planet as the person you're looking for you instantly learn their location. Unmatched Devastation Bounty Hunter - Spend 2 destiny points after attacking to make an extra attack with a different weapon. Not all that impressive, until you get a few upgrades and it goes from getting a second attack to unloading with everything you've got. The attacks get harder for every successful one you've made, but you don't need to pass each check to keep the chain going.

Two upgrade lets you move and quick draw weapons between each attack. Meaning you can fire at range before closing in with melee, or vice versa. Sudden Discovery Explorer - You can take a knowledge check to learn your location if you were lost or a safe path out of your location. Sounds weak, but the best is yet to come So you can learn otherwise secret things like the location of the Valley of the Jedi, Revan's Infinite Army or unique and powerful relics otherwise lost in the setting.

Unmatched Mobility Explorer - Allow yourself a third maneuver per round, for an upgrade-able number of rounds. Under normal circumstances PCs only get two maneuvers with the second costing strain to perform. This makes you fast as hell, meaning you can pull off a ridiculous amount of shit while the power is in effect. Last One Standing Hired Gun - Kill ALL low level minions in your current encounter with a single check , followed by a suitable explanation for what you are doing, like jumping out of cover with a repeating blaster and getting them all with headshots.

The ability can also be upgraded to work on "rival" mid-level characters but it won't clear out a "nemesis" like Darth Vader or Starkiller. Unmatched Protection Hired Gun - For the duration of the ability you can half the amount of damage you take BEFORE you apply things like armour and toughness to modify it, making you an absolute tank.

This power is upgradable by increasing duration or the number of hits per round that it can apply to. Insightful Revelation Colonist - Take a Knowledge check to gain one bit of information from the GM that must be immediately useful to overcoming the current encounter.

While this ability sounds like a waste, the answer MUST NOT have been obtainable by any immediate means, so the GM can't cheat you by giving you stuff that you could find in the galactic library or by telling you that walls make good cover in a gunfight, making it nearly as situationally powerful as Sudden Discovery, but involves the GM telling you something rather than you asking a specific question. Unmatched Expertise Colonist - One sure fire way of breaking the game temporarily.

It reduces the difficulty of all career checks by one for the remainder of the encounter. This can be further upgraded to modifying difficulty by two down to a minimum of "simple" as well as reducing any setback dice that your GM may want to impose upon you.

All of this means that you character can pull off pretty much any skill check virtually unopposed, including making combat checks which are only countered by the target's defense dice, which can amount to very little after setback reductions, meaning you can just land hits on Darth Vader with impunity and will make your GM thankful for the reason that signature abilities can only be taken as in-career upgrades.

Initially only applying to personal combat but can be upgraded to ship-scale or social situations on various different checks. It doesn't actually end the encounter and in some situations could make matters worse, like by leaving some of your companions in the lurch it can be upgraded to cover some of your allies or by leaving a powerful opponent alive to come and get you later.

This can also leave the GM in a difficult spot if the encounter was particularly important to the story progression like the boss fight at the end of the campaign, so it should probably be discussed with the GM how it best fits the situation. Unmatched Fortune Smuggler - Spend Destiny to "flip" a dice to an adjacent side, allowing you to turn a fail into a pass, or a pass into a triumph.

Can also be upgraded to apply to multiple dice from different pools, including your allies. This will make you both wildly popular at your table, but also has the potential to be the defining use of your character, overshadowing everything else you could contribute to the group. Inventive Creation Technician - spend some destiny points to immediately build an item that only lasts for the rest of the encounter before falling apart.

Is different from the "contraption" talent because it allows you to build an actual named item, rather than Macgyver a solution. Is also better than "utility belt" because you can build an actual weapon and items of greater than rarity 4. At higher levels, you can even build yourself small vehicles of up to Silhouette 2. Note: the Miy'Til Starfighter from "Keeping the Peace" is the only actual spacecraft that is within the right size and rarity limitations for this ability Unmatched Calibration Technician - be just like Garrus Vakarian and endlessly perform weapon calibrations, except this time they pay off.

Allows you to spend destiny points to reroll dice, whether your own or the GM's difficulty dice, so long as it is your check. As you level this ability, you can actually upgrade the dice you choose to reroll into better dice or downgrade the difficulty. You can also extend this ability to your allies and reroll dice to help them out. Age of Rebellion[ edit ] This One is Mine Ace - You can lock yours and your enemy's vehicle into attacking each other for a set duration, and also preventing anyone else from targeting either of you.

Meaning you can do things like lock enemy TIE fighters out of a boss fight. It works especially well if you have a vehicle crewed by multiple PCs and will let you all deal with the most difficult target without having to worry about other things.

It does have limitations based on the relative sizes of your vehicles, so you can't challenge a star destroyer to a duel with an X-Wing, but you might get away with a frigate sized vessel if you were in a freighter.

Unmatched Survivability Ace - Kind of situational but spectacular at turning around a vehicle battle that is going sour. All the while reducing enemy critical hit values on your ship so you are less likely to die in a grizzly fashion when you continue to take damage.

While it sounds like an obvious take if the crew share a common vessel since it keeps them going longer, from a GM's point of view this ability would be better if the whole crew had separate vessels since a GM should only cripple and therefore wreck a shared vessel if the storyline demands it, otherwise the party will have ended up in a TPK.

Diplomatic Solution Diplomat - Something the combat characters will hate you for. This ability allows you to turn a combat situation into a social one, allowing you to directly avoid a fight.

It doesn't stop the situation from turning sour by itself, but it does allow for some tense or amusing situations where you end up attempt to talk down a superior opponent. Unmatched Insight Diplomat - Earn a PhD in psychology, you spend destiny to determine the emotional state and basic life history of a room full of people.

The base ability is really only fluffy and not of mechanical benefit, but it can be upgraded to by useful to a group "Face" as it allows further bonuses against those people you've gained insight over. Can be made to apply to attacks from your allies, ignore defense, and happen twice per session.

Upgrade it fully and laugh evilly as you shred that big bad Star Destroyer in a few turns.

Unmatched Ingenuity Engineer - Tinker with something on the fly and add new qualities that last for a little while. Starts out being unable to add Breach or Concussive, but upgrades let you add those too. Neat, but be ready to justify why your blaster rifle just ensnared someone for a round. The Bigger They Are Soldier - If it bleeds you can kill it. Great for taking out humanoid bosses. It also applies to allies nearby, for those moments you wanna just delete an enemy from an encounter.

Unmatched Courage Soldier - Soldier on like no other, completely ignoring the affects of all critical injuries for a short time. Pretty nice for high resistance characters whose only weakness is getting repeatedly crit'd.

Could potentially make for hilarious scenes where you somehow moved full speed despite missing a leg, or managed to snipe someone while blind. Counterespionage Spy - Exactly what it says, screw over someone else's attempts to spy on you with an opposed skill check.

Other upgrades give Boost, remove Setback, or switch which skill you use for the base ability. The 'Turn Agent' upgrade lets you spend a Triumph to turn a known enemy agent into a double-agent working for you. None of this requires those affected by it to be physically present or even aware that its happening. Unmatched Tradecraft Spy - Lie, sneak, and steal like someone who actually knows what they're doing with negative-dice deletion.

Downgrade Deception, Stealth, and Skullduggery skill checks after you roll. Flip Destiny points to remove up to three purple, black, or red dice before resolving the results of your roll, up to twice a session after all the upgrades are bought. Rousing Oratory Commander - Remember how the Agitator can start a riot? Well this signature ability urges a group to take military action, even if they had no inclination to do so before.

Giving you an instant army. Unmatched Authority Commander - Spend strain during allied character's turns to downgrade the difficulty of their checks. Unmatched Negotiation Counsular - Downgrades the difficulty of all conversation checks in a round to remove the worst of the dice, adding more rounds with more upgrades. A pretty steep investment, but if everything is riding on one particular deal Fated Duel Guardian - "This one is Mine" that applies in personal combat.

You lock a chosen opponent into a challenge where only the two of you can strike at each other. Good for a Guardian who has specialized as a Tank with the Soresu Form and heavy armour as it gives you the time to pin down a difficult opponent while your team mops up the easy enemies. You can interpose yourself between allies and incoming attacks as an incidental, regardless of your relative positions and regardless of how often it happens.

This lasts for several rounds as you leap around combat out of turn soaking up all the damage intended for your team mates. Prophecy Mystic - Predict a single event, which is nice, but then you can spend a Destiny Point to make it happen when you choose. Starts out just about you, but can be improved to be about anyone listening, add boosts and remove setbacks to making the prophecy come true, or spend another point to make it happen again.

Unmatched Destiny Mystic - Don't like your roll on a Force power? Roll it again! Or up to two of the dice, anyway. Boosts let you roll additional dice, use it more times per session, or multiply the total force points generated. About the only drawback is that you double whatever Conflict is generated by the check. My City Sentinel - You know every street, rat, and crack house in town. Unmatched Vigilance Sentinel - Ignore initiative results and choose the turn order for the first round of combat.

Just As Planned. You go back to the regular initiative order afterwards however. Unexpected Demise Seeker - You can forgo your maneuvers to gain an automatic "Triumph" on your next few combat actions. In addition, whenever you cause a critical hit on a Rival-level NPC which you are going to do due to the Triumph they simply drop out of the fight. Not as hilarious as "Last One Standing" but definitely has its place in fights against stronger opponents when the guaranteed Triumph can come in handy.

Love using them. I have 4 characters for fnd and aor and creating a 5th for eote. Just wanted to say: I have to agree with captain raspberry. These sheets have helped my students at school with their gaming in our gaming club.

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With all credits for the original author and designer of course. Herre iss mmy wweb blog: For info the people that made thisnhave, at least for now, stopped updating as they now game on another system hence the lack of updates. This being said, if you go to the FFG forum there is an alternative version that is being kept up to date for now.

Once I originally commented I clicked the -Notify me when new feedback are added- checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get 4 emails with the same comment. I must say you have very interesting articles here. Your blog should go viral. You need initial boost only. How to get it? Search for: Hey, I was wondering if you guys need help with htis. I imagine you are very busy, and I love the handouts. Love these. Will you be making talent trees from the newer books?

Not a huge deal, it just prints a slightly different grey-scale than the other grey-scale pages. Edge of the Empire Talent Sheets. I hope it is OK if I report a small error.

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But one thing I noticed for the Martial Artist Bounty Hunter is that on the top row the Precision Strike talent needs to be connected to Grit below it. Again keep up the good work with these and thanks. Hey foghorn have you continued to make more trees?

They were really good and i was wondering if you did more for the soldier, sentinal and seeker? Hey there!

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I want to modify the talent trees. Now that these seem to have been abandoned, has anyone been able to get the source docs.

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I use all of these sheets for my groups. Thank you for keeping up with them and thank you for even making them. Extremely handy, use them for all my characters. Another voice to say thank you for posting these sheets. They are so much easier to use than the ones in the book and I love them. If there is anything we can do to help with the update to get current, just ask! Any chance you can add material from the new books? You have Keeping the peace, but there are new talent trees from Disciples of Harmony, Endless Vigil, and Savage Spirits already out and the Mystic book is out soon.

One thing I would add is to list the book the tree is in on each page. It would make grabbing the right book off the shelf much easier, as well as let me know which ones to buy! Thanks for getting back to this! I so appreciate your efforts! Looking forward to the next update! Happy you are back, we expected with impatience the updating of your excellents handouts. But they are a few typos in some of the specialization trees: Hi, is anybody here interested in online job?

If you are interested, send me e-mail to hansorloski[at]gmail. Artisan is a force talent, but is not listed as such.

I was recommended this web site through my cousin. Since those pages are explicitly not copy-written I would not feel bad sharing those in order to facilitate incorporation into future iterations of your more complete talent tree collections. In the great pattern of things you receive an A just for effort and hard work. Where exactly you actually lost me personally was first on all the particulars.

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Cool your jets pal. Now that all the Career Sourcebooks are our for all three lines, will you guys be updating these tress and force powers? I know you have plenty on your plates so no rush. Thankfulness to my father who shared with me concerning this webpage, this weblog is really awesome. I Will Promote Your Business In Worldwide To Any Niche … — I search in google after the keyward offered by you in order to find sites; — I will ask the site administrator if he is interested in your offer; — The process continues on many sites until you get all the vizits promises.

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These sheets make tracking talents easy and save your book from the photocopier. Shadows of Esteren: A Life Choice — Part 6. A Life Choice — Part 7. Good catch.

May the Force be with You!!!!! Is there a reason you remove the career skills from the pages? So, are you going to put together the trees for the Age of Rebellion? Once the game officially comes out, I plan on having trees for that game as well. Thanks for the feedback. These are awesome…thanks for making them, they will be very useful in my game tonight! Thanks, Cojo. Keep an eye out for an update soon. That will be fixed in the next update when we put up the Age of Rebellion talents.

Far Horizons?? Far Horizons was added on the 7th. Good gaming. Our group would really really appreciate if you created ones. I love these sheets and use them all the time. I was wondering if you guys have or could make a blank talent tree for customization? Martin, We have no plans to release blank talent sheets at this time.

You sir, are a gentleman and a scholar. These are very helpful, kudos! Bunny Flags — ArcadePiggy. These sheets are really amazing! Thank you for compiling these. Thanks for the feedback and good gaming. My hope is to have them up on Monday.

Amazing work! I did note a font error: Oops here it is under strength. Any word as to when the Guardian classes will be added. Love your work! Did we have an ETA on the Guardian classes being added to your wonderful database? That was quick! Awesome thanks! Any word as to whether the power Tree: I really love these sheets. I use them all the time. Love this site. Guardian Protector. Body guard — missing some text. You are a LIFE saver!

When will these be updated to include the new trees such as cyber tech or modder? Great resource guys!

Any idea when savage spirits and special modifications will be added? Hi, is it possible to get these as a workable document? With all credits for the original author and designer of course That would really help to boost our German community. Cheers Chris. My players and I love your work and one of them build a Vanguard yesterday. Keep up that great work — We appreciate that.

Greetings from Germany Dennis. Thanks meant for furnishing these types of wonderful articles. Of course, I have a typo in my comment.I need you help. Extremely helpful! It has tons of advice for the GM to incorporate Hired Guns into their game, or even have a party of nothing but Hired Guns.

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