|Rogue Trader | Published 29 July 2009||Rating||32 votes|
Greetings Rogue Trader fans!
Just around the corner is Gen Con 2009, where fans can get their first real look at the Rogue Trader core rulebook! As part of this momentous occasion, I’ve put together a special surprise.
Back in June, we were proud to participate in Free RPG Day, and the Rogue Trader quick-start booklet Forsaken Bounty was the result. Today, I am pleased to announce that there is a sequel to Forsaken Bounty, a free adventure suitable for the pre-generated characters and quick-start rules from that booklet. It is called Dark Frontier, and it is written by the same author as Forsaken Bounty, Owen Barnes.
Dark Frontier takes your Rogue Trader characters on a perilous journey to a forbidden, alien region of the Koronus Expanse. Can your Explorers discover the secrets of the Dark Frontier? Great risks and great rewards await!
Rogue Trader is a roleplaying game set in dark gothic far future of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 universe. Players take on the roles of explorers aboard a Rogue Trader's ship, searching for profit and adventure while discovering new alien cultures and threats in the uncharted regions of space.
it would be nice if those adventures could be offered for re-sale-or at least to game stores.
PDF Only but 2 free adventures. I am going to run them over and over till i have all my local gamers hooked and drooling for Rogue Trader ( evil laugh here)
They give this RT-release a really nice back-up. The adventure bases on a rather "standard" space opera situation (no spoilers here!), but it reads really really nice. Especially for a freebee!
Salute to you, FFG, for this one! I look forward to your first self-written/non-black libary made-for-sale adventure-modules. ...well, you know.. "real modules"..not like this 70-page-affaire of yours :P
You can preorder it on Amazon as we speak...
2 free adventures, and the game isn't even out yet? Thanks FFG! :P
Sorry, this is PDF only.
Very cool. This does beg the question: will there be a hardcopy of this booklet available (say at GenCon) and will it be possible to get one without continent hopping (as Indianapolis is a wee bit far)?