Reddit reviews Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide (Star Wars Roleplaying Game)
We found 6 Reddit comments about Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide (Star Wars Roleplaying Game). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.
Used Book in Good Condition
They are literally a direct port of d20 Star Wars already. And there was an official KOTOR source book made for it.
There’s a rule book that’s already made for KotoR. I would steer clear of having a favorite at the table like an establish main character such as revan. That could make it hella less fun feeling like a side kick rather than your own person as a hero.
I guess sorta, my page views have gone from r/trees to r/swtor mostly, I'm planning a Star Wars D20 RPG game in the old republic setting, hopefully something around the game timeline or the prequel books. I was looking at getting the Star Wars D20 Knights of The Old Republic campaign setting, but then I found out that Wizards of the Coast decided to not renew the Star Wars license so now the cost of the books has skyrocketed. The Star Wars D20 Knights of The Old Republic campaign setting is going for 91$ used on amazon, and 199$ new on amazon... god damn....
I would recommend WotC Star Wars Saga Edition. I think the rules are more streamlined than the original d20 CRB or RCRB. I still own my copies (though EotE has COMPLETELY replaced Star Wars roleplaying for me!) and I think they're quality books. They're not too expensive yet...but they're running 20% above original retail at least.
Star Wars Saga Edition Core Rulebook
Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide
Jedi Academy Training Manual
I have these books and a couple more that I might consider selling. PM me if you're at all interested in talking. :D
Playing KOTOR or SWOTOR (now free?) will likely give you some great ideas. I'm running a D6 campaign set in Legacy era and it's been pretty awesome so far--but I've been playing the first KOTOR to get a general grasp of the universe and it's definitely been helping a lot. You might also want to check this out.
Old Republic Campaign Guide