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I expected that the Edge of Empire core book would be available on Drivethruprpg.com. I think that the delay is because Dark Heresy 2 was revealed last week. Any news when we can see the Star Wars RPG in PDF format?We will most definitely not be getting one by any legal means, as the IP agreement says no. I for one, wish to protect the game from piracy and hope that no one else decides to post scans online.The beta book has had scans online since November last, maybe October. November is when one of my group turned up with one.

We will most definitely not be getting one by any legal means, as the IP agreement says no. I for one, wish to protect the game from piracy and hope that no one else decides to post scans online.Unfortunately, there are plenty of people lacking those sorts of moral scruples and will gleefully post scans of the book online. In fact, I'd be surprised if it hasn't happened already, as it seems that Anonymous is intent on delivering as quick as they can with hot products, legality of the action be damned.I don't condone doing such a thing, particularly if one has not purchased the dead-tree version of the EotE book, but neither am I in a position of authority to stop people from grabbing such a download should they stumble across it. It's going to happen, because there's no legal PDF - that's a lot more money that could have been made had Lucas Licensing not organised its licences in such a way as to not allow FFG to make a PDF.And if there had been a legal PDF, there would be a pirated version, too. People who are just going to steal the book anyway don't care whether they can get it legitimately or not.And those who only buy PDFs (there are a lot of them out there) would have been able to buy it legally.

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It's proven that the easier you make it to buy a product for a reasonable fee, the fewer people pirate the product. It's always amazed me how the need for companies to clench their media so hard that nobody can use it ends up hurting them, but like the proverbial racoon with it's hand in the trap it won't let go.I don't think this is necessarily a company clenching here.

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I think that it has more to do with how the mediums were set up. Book and print under one form, LucasBooks (I think) and electronic forms under LucasArts (even though it is a pdf of a book). I think there needs to be a re-evaluation of what falls where which will probably call for some legal wrangling first. I don't think this has anything to do with pirating, at least not in the vein of WotC and their reaction. It's going to happen, because there's no legal PDF - that's a lot more money that could have been made had Lucas Licensing not organised its licences in such a way as to not allow FFG to make a PDF.And if there had been a legal PDF, there would be a pirated version, too. People who are just going to steal the book anyway don't care whether they can get it legitimately or not.And those who only buy PDFs (there are a lot of them out there) would have been able to buy it legally. It's proven that the easier you make it to buy a product for a reasonable fee, the fewer people pirate the product.And then it all depends on what is considered 'reasonable'.

That is the unfortunate side of things. Even if they can afford it, if they think it is unreasonable they'll just take it anyways. It's going to happen, because there's no legal PDF - that's a lot more money that could have been made had Lucas Licensing not organised its licences in such a way as to not allow FFG to make a PDF.And if there had been a legal PDF, there would be a pirated version, too. People who are just going to steal the book anyway don't care whether they can get it legitimately or not.And those who only buy PDFs (there are a lot of them out there) would have been able to buy it legally. It's proven that the easier you make it to buy a product for a reasonable fee, the fewer people pirate the product.I never said there wasn't money in in selling a PDF. I'm just saying that having it available doesn't stop piracy.If the options are 'buy it legally or steal it for free,' versus 'don't have it or steal it for free,' there are people who are going to choose 'steal it for free' regardless-and 'steal it for free' is always an option. It's going to happen, because there's no legal PDF - that's a lot more money that could have been made had Lucas Licensing not organised its licences in such a way as to not allow FFG to make a PDF.And if there had been a legal PDF, there would be a pirated version, too.

People who are just going to steal the book anyway don't care whether they can get it legitimately or not.And those who only buy PDFs (there are a lot of them out there) would have been able to buy it legally. It's proven that the easier you make it to buy a product for a reasonable fee, the fewer people pirate the product.And then it all depends on what is considered 'reasonable'.

That is the unfortunate side of things. Even if they can afford it, if they think it is unreasonable they'll just take it anyways.True, but then giving them the opportunity to pay for it will result in more people paying for it than not giving them any legal access to the product they want. And those who only buy PDFs (there are a lot of them out there) would have been able to buy it legally. It's proven that the easier you make it to buy a product for a reasonable fee, the fewer people pirate the product.It may mean less people pick up a pirated copy, but I doubt it curtails the initial pirating in the first place. Pirates will pirate whether or not there are legal pdfs available.Yeah, exactly. Well the Beta PDF is certainly out there but surprisingly the actual rule book has not seemed to surface on any major site.

Having bought the hardback book, I am kinda on the fence here regarding a legal or illegal PDF version:/I can only assume you don't visit many sites, it's easily available on one major Traditional Games board.I did find what you were talking about, yeah.Luckily a bad scan but, sure would be nice if FFG had the rights to put out a good one.Admitting you downloaded the illegal document by commenting on its quality is probably not a good idea. It's kinda like saying, 'Luckily it's bad child porn.'

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If you mention plot points from a published adventure please use. Always follow. No being rude. Instead, be nice to each other!Star Wars RPG DiscordWhat is?Whether you love Star Wars and have never tried a pen & paper roleplaying game, you are a crowned class B dungeon master, or if you are an old hand from the beta, welcome to a great place to talk about the FFG Star Wars Roleplaying Game!The basic setting of the RPG is after the destruction of the first Death Star. Nearly all Jedi are dead, the Empire is strong, and the Rebel Alliance has won a major victory.

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For all kinds of tabletop gaming. I'm not sure if you mean 120 because you're buying all three core books, or if the shipping is that obscenely expensive for where you are. But I have two suggestions:1) You don't have to buy all three core books; any of them have all the rules you need to run the game. Edge of the Empire is largely for people who want to play scoundrels, bounty hunters, and smugglers (Han), Age of Rebellion is for those that want to play Diplomats and Soldiers (Leia), and Force and Destiny is for those that want to play Jedi/force users (Luke). Each of the books focus on their own specific stuff, but they're all interconnected, and you can play with just one book.2) Check out the beginner boxes. I'm kind of an RPG addict, so I have a habit of collecting all kinds of different systems, and the Beginner Boxes are some of the best system introductions I've ever seen.

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They come with a stripped down rule book, an introductory adventure, and a set of dice. Because they're not a huge hardcover book, they'll probably be cheaper to ship as well. I'm partial to the Edge of the Empire beginner box, but I've played all four of them, and they're all quite good. (All four because they did a force awakens one that incorporates all three setting books).