Older D&D/AD&D and Other SystemsThe forum for discussions specifically related to the rules and procedures of either any of the older editions of Dungeons & Dragons (1e, 2e, BECMI, OD&D) or any other non-D&D roleplaying rules (Vampire: The Requiem, Dread), including non-fantasy d20 systems (such as Mutants & Masterminds).
There isn't a Star Wars d20 version of the SRD because of all the licensing issues with Lucasarts, Wizards of the Coast don't have the rights to print Star Wars RPG rules any more so pretty much every reference to Star Wars would have to be removed to make the rules publicly available.
I know this isn't really a useful answer to your actual question, and for that I apologize, but.. find some Saga PDFs. :)
I'm sure this was a typo, and you mean to say 'buy some Saga books' rather than advocate piracy, right?
Originally Posted by GungHo, on Battletech
The Atlas is also goofy but it has that whole "Stay Puft Marshmallow Man" menacing smile thing going for it. The guy who drew that one up was obviously taken to the Nutcracker when he was a child... and he was screaming in terror the entire time.
Originally Posted by Enterti, Cogidubnus
Glyphstone, out of all the playground I think you scare me the most...
I think he meant "Buy Saga PDFs from their publisher, if they are available. Otherwise, buy Saga books".
The trick is that, to the best of my knowledge, there are no legal Saga PDFs in existence, because Wizards doesn't have the license to sell the game anymore (yes, not even the books they already made).
Used, out-of-print books are literally your only option if you want to play Saga, which is a shame because it was a decently solid system.
__________________ Patchwork Magisters - Volume III is now available! You know, if you like that sort of thing.
I have some vintage PDFs, but those were from 2009 I think, obtained from WOTC when the game was in print. Otherwise, yeah, you have to look for the books. Ebay has them, but they aren't cheap. I got a fairly good deal buying most of them at once at Gencon.
It was an intro game with a cut down version of the Revised edition iirc.
On the more general topic, I picked up my core book back when it was first printed, just idly in my local bookshop. Ended up buying it, as well as Starships when it came out later (for which I am very thankful, looking at current prices!). When I went to Uni I started picking up the rest one-by-one from my FLGS.
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