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Cracken's Rebel Field Guide (sourcebook)

Christopher Kubasik
Jun 1, 1991
Artwork by
Rob Caswell, Stephen Crane (Director), Mike Jackson, James B. King, John Paul Lona & Allen Nunis
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Cracken's Rebel Field Guide is a supplement for Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game published by West End Games. It is a book that details the workings of the Rebel Alliance against the Galactic Empire. It was written from the in-universe perspective of General Airen Cracken. Front cover Fantastic technology and new equipment to give the soldiers of the Rebel Alliance an edge in their struggle against the Evil Galactic Empire. Back cover Technology. Learn to use it or be used by it. In the Galactic Civil War, the Empire has all of the advantages. More troops. More weapons. Better equipment. The Rebel Alliance has to rely on the resourcefulness of its troops and their ability to make do with what is at hand. Alliance General Airen Cracken, a decorated veteran of many battles, teaches Rebel soldiers how to survive in the field where the best weapon is one's wits. Cracken explains how to alter technology to the needs of the moment and increase the odds of survival despite cunning foes and hostile environments. The general provides complete information, much of it a secret, concerning new weapons and tools for Rebel troops and their foes.

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