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Imperial Sourcebook

Greg Gorden


Bill Smith

Publication information

West End Games

Publish date

June 1994





The Imperial Sourcebook, by Greg Gorden, was a West End Games supplement for their version of the Star Wars Roleplaying Game. It discussed the organization of the Galactic Empire between the Battle of Yavin and the Battle of Endor. This, the second edition, was released in June 1994, following the release of the sourcebook's first edition in October 1989. It was designed to be an in-universe report on the Empire compiled for Mon Mothma by Arhul Hextrophon.


  • Introduction
  • Prologue
  1. A Primer on Imperial Power
  3. Imperial Intelligence
  4. The Military
  5. Capital Ships
  6. Custom Ordnance
  7. Land Vehicles
  8. Sector Group Organization
  9. Combat Artillery
  10. Infantry Support Weapons
  11. Special Military Forces
  12. Recruitment, Training, and Indoctrination

Includes all the game statistics needed to use the might of the Empire in the roleplaying game. 144 Page book features: A look at the Imperial power structure since the Battle of Yavin, concentrating on the time period between Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back. Details on COMPNOR and Imperial Intelligence- the organizations that keep the war machine moving.Descriptions, illustrations and statistics for new capital ships, custom ordnance, and land vehicles. Data on support weapons, special Imperial Units and training techniques, such as the use of drop camps.

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