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StarWars D20

Discussion in 'D20 Sci-Fi & Modern' started by vanith, Jun 5, 2012.

  1. vanith

    vanith Member

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    I know that Copy Infringement would come into play when dealing with the importing the rules from Star Wars. It would take a lot of data entry, but it would be a nice break away from the hack'n'slash that is the usual D&D and Pathfinder rule set. The only problem is everything would have to be created in D20pro since Hero Lab doesn't support it since there isn't a lot of players out there that run with this rule set. I wanted to know if people were interested in this and it would be a side project after I get my certification test done later this year.
     
  2. vanith

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    Someone did import the D6 version of Star Wars to this website http://www.cheeseweasel.net/, but not the D20 version. I don't blame him for withdrawing the Author's name because it involves a huge Copyright deal.
     
  3. Krilion_GD

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    playing SW d20 would not be any harder than any other d20 based game in d20pro. you still have to enter the monsters, equipment and such for most everything anyway... I don't see the issue :)
     
  4. edwardcd

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    Here is a community use version is available to download below:

    Classes (google code - always newest version) - to download, right click the link and press Save As.
    http://d20pro-rules.googlecode.com/svn/ ... lasses.txt

    Feats (google code - always newest version) - to download, right click the link and press Save As.
    http://d20pro-rules.googlecode.com/svn/ ... /feats.txt

    Skills (google code - always newest version) - to download, right click the link and press Save As.
    http://d20pro-rules.googlecode.com/svn/ ... skills.txt

    Spells (google code - always newest version) - to download, right click the link and press Save As.
    http://d20pro-rules.googlecode.com/svn/ ... spells.txt
     
  5. edwardcd

    edwardcd Administrator
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    If you would like to help add to the Star Wars d20 Data Set for the community, please PM me the email address you used to register with google. Then the following links will allow you to edit the data set.

    Edit Classes

    Edit Feats

    Edit Skills

    Edit Spells
     
  6. vanith

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    Nice.. I'll see what I can do, but I have the old version, not the one that is posted, so even my books are outdated. :)
     
  7. Golkiwu

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    Is this for Saga Edition?
     
  8. Golkiwu

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    So, as I already asked, what edition of SWd20 is this for?

    PLEASE?

    :D
     
  9. ChrisRevocateur

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    Seriously! What edition? The early d20, the "revised" d20, or SAGA?
     
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  11. edwardcd

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    To be honest, I have no idea where I got the source material from.
    I've checked Star Wars Revised Core Rulebook dated 2000 from Wizards and while some classes match, the skills do not.

    If you would like to check the skills section and cross check with what skills are listed in the skills.txt you can see if it matches.
     

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