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Hideouts & Strongholds
Attribution
Author(s)

Sterling Hershey

Editor(s)

Eric S. Trautmann

Illustrator(s)

Talon Dunning, Ramón Perez, and LFL; maps by Joe Bravitz Tim Bobko, Sterling Hershey, and Paul Sudlow

Publication information
Publisher

West End Games

Publish date

March 1998

Type

Paperback

ISBN

0874315131

Hideouts & Strongholds is a paperback supplement to Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game published by West End Games. It was written by Sterling Hershey and published in 1998.

The book is a detailed look at twenty different bases; each is presented as a specific example of a general type, allowing the gamemaster to adjust them as needed for his campaign. Also included are detailed rules allowing characters to build or modify bases for their own use.

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Contents

  • Introduction
  • Base Engineering
  • Asteroid Base (fortified)
  • Asteroid Base (primitive)
  • Battle Station
  • Crashed Starship
  • Deep Sea Plant
  • Desert Oasis
  • Fortified Compound
  • Fortress
  • Glacier Base
  • Imperial Rapid Deployment Station
  • Island Hideout
  • Lunar Surface Station
  • Rebel Outpost
  • Recon Field Base
  • Safehouse
  • Space Platform
  • Starport
  • Urban Sewer System
  • Volcano Base
  • Waterfall Cavern

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Characters


Creatures

Droid models

  • GH-5B2

Organizations and titles

Sentient species

Weapons and technology

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