I picked up the STAR WARS MOS EISLEY Adventure Set, on Ebay very cheaply last week. It's a boxed supplement for Star Wars The Roleplaying Game, published by West End Games in 1997.
The set includes a variety of resources including Galaxy Guide No.7: Mos Eisley, a Mos Eisley Adventure Set booklet (32 pages), a double sided colour map of Mos Eisley and the famous Cantina. The Cantina 'map' is more or less 15mm scale too. An unexpected bonus! Finally there's a quick set of scenarios, docking bay map and counters called Imperial Shootout.
If you see it at a good price I recommend you buy it. As the guide says, the Cantina can be any Cantina on any planet, Mos Eisley is just a pirate port that can be transposed to any world and Tatooine itself is a desert rock anywhere in the Galaxy.
Is it just me, or did the old West End SW products have more heart and soul than the later SW RPG games?ReplyDelete
They were well done. We had alot of fun playing them back in the day.ReplyDelete