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    Anyone got a good star wars conversion?

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    I have gotten kinda bored with both the WEG and WOTC rule systems. I have heard people talk about a conversion using the warhammer fantasy rpg second edition system and this sounds really awesome but I can't find any info on it. Anyone out there know about a website or something with a good set of star wars rpg conversion rules?

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    Then only thing I ahve ever come across is rules using WuShu;

    http://wiki.saberpunk.net/Wushu/WushuStarWars
    "I'm afraid it is you who are mistaken. About a great, many things."

    "It is not the rules that make or break a game, it's the GM and the players."


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    Thanks. I'll check it out.

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    I'd go with Spacemaster2 & RMC rules for a SW conversion. It's what I'll be trying. You can buy the SM2 PDFs at the ICE store.
    www.ironcrown.com then click on the store icon.

    It shouldn't be too hard to convert. My only consern is working the force powers but I think using either SM2's Psion rules & lists could work fine , or same can be said for RMC spell lists. If nessessary you can create your own force lists & spells & link them to the appropriate attack n' critical tables.

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