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Star Wars: Force and Destiny, also referred to as Force & Destiny, is the third in a series of cross-compatible Star Wars–themed roleplaying games published by Fantasy Flight Games under their license to create Star Wars games. It is part of a system also incorporating Edge of the Empire and Age of Rebellion. It focuses on Jedi and other Force users. At Gen Con Game Fair in August 2012, it was announced that Sterling Hershey was one of the game designers. Hershey revealed on his blog at that time the plans Fantasy Flight had for the franchise, announcing Force and Destiny for release in 2015 following the 2014 release of Age of Rebellion.[1] A beta test of Force and Destiny was released at Gen Con in August of 2014.[2] It was eventually released in June of 2015.

The roleplaying game is set shortly after the Battle of Yavin.[3] Game supplements do not strictly adhere to either the canon or Legends continuity, but contain elements of both.


Adventure ModulesEdit


Bonus adventuresEdit

Content SummaryEdit

Player character speciesEdit

Career paths and specializationsEdit

  • Consular
    • Healer
    • Niman Disciple
    • Sage
    • Arbiter
    • Ascetic
    • Teacher
  • Guardian
    • Peacekeeper
    • Protector
    • Soresu Defender
    • Armorer
    • Warden
    • Warleader
  • Mystic
    • Advisor
    • Alchemist
    • Magus
    • Makashi Duelist
    • Prophet
    • Seer
  • Seeker
    • Ataru Striker
    • Hunter
    • Pathfinder
    • Executioner
    • Hermit
    • Navigator
  • Sentinel
    • Artisan
    • Shadow
    • Shien Expert
    • Investigator
    • Racer
    • Sentry
  • Warrior
    • Aggressor
    • Shii-Cho Knight
    • Starfighter Ace


Starfighters and Patrol BoatsEdit

Freighters and TransportsEdit

Capital ShipsEdit


Fantasy Flight Games suggests, but does not require, that Gamemasters link Lessons from the Past from the Core Rulebook and Hidden Depths in the Game Master's Kit so that players may acquire functioning lightsabers during the Galactic Civil War time period.[4]


Notes and referencesEdit

External linksEdit

Fantasy Flight Games Roleplaying Games
Edge of the Empire
Beta Playtest · Beginner Game · Core Rulebook · Game Master's Kit
Adventure modules:
Beyond the Rim · The Jewel of Yavin · Mask of the Pirate Queen
Bonus adventures:
The Long Arm of the Hutt · Under a Black Sun
Enter the Unknown · Suns of Fortune · Dangerous Covenants · Far Horizons
Lords of Nal Hutta · Fly Casual · Special Modifications · No Disintegrations
Age of Rebellion
Beta Playtest · Beginner Game · Core Rulebook · Game Master's Kit
Adventure modules:
Onslaught at Arda I · Friends Like These
Bonus adventures:
Operation: Shadowpoint · Rescue at Glare Peak
Stay on Target · Desperate Allies · Strongholds of Resistance · Lead by Example
Forged in Battle · Fully Operational · Cyphers and Masks
Force and Destiny
Beta Playtest · Beginner Game · Core Rulebook · Game Master's Kit
Adventure modules:
Chronicles of the Gatekeeper · Ghosts of Dathomir
Bonus adventures:
Lure of the Lost
Keeping the Peace · Nexus of Power · Savage Spirits · Endless Vigil
Disciples of Harmony · Unlimited Power · Knights of Fate
Era Sourcebooks
Star Wars: The Force Awakens Beginner Game · Dawn of Rebellion
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