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Power of the Jedi Sourcebook

This file consists of conversions taken from The Power of the Jedi Sourcebook for the d20 Star Wars Roleplaying Game.

- Brief Supplement Overview -

The Power of the Jedi Sourcebook picks up where the Dark Side Sourcebook left off, and gives players and GMs a glimpse into the world, lore, and powers of the Jedi order. Like its sinister cousin, Power of the Jedi is packed with lots of non-mechanics related information and background, making it a necessity for any game master who wants to run a detailed Jedi campaign.

The lay-out, organization, and graphic design of the supplement are all up to WOTC's excellent standards. The artwork, which is full-color and plentiful, is supplemented by photographs from the films. The text is easy to comprehend, though a few typos and omissions did slip through the editors' fingers. The book is hard-bound, with a glossy cover, and is constructed from high-quality paper and binding. At 157 pages in length, it's two pages shorter than the Dark Side Sourcebook. The cover price of $29.95 is typical of WOTC hardcovers, though I bought mine on Amazon.com for a sizeable discount.

Should you buy it? My immediate answer has to be, "Yes." The information presented in Power of the Jedi covers every conceivable era of play. Rules for Jedi behavior are presented, as are guidelines for running Jedi campaigns and NPCs. A plethora of new alien species are included, along with several Force powers (or new applications of old Force powers), starships, Jedi equipment, and a gaggle of creatures. If you haven't picked it up yet, this one should be next on your list of books to buy.

Alien Species –

Arkanian (PotJ, page 64, AA, pages 57-58)
Average Arkanian.
Dexterity 1D+2, Knowledge 2D+1, Mechanical 2D, Perception 2D, Strength 2D+1, Technical 2D+2.
Home Planet
: Arkania
Attribute Dice: 13D
DEXTERITY 1D/3D+2
KNOWLEDGE 1D+2/4D+1
MECHANICAL 1D+1/4D
PERCEPTION 1D+1/4D
STRENGTH 1D+2/4D+1
TECHNICAL 2D/4D+2
Special Abilities:
Darkvision: Arkanian characters can see up to 20 meters in total darkness.
Story Factors:
Arrogance: Arkanians are typically arrogant, believing that they have reached the pinnacle of evolution.
Infamy: Arkania was once part of the Sith empire, and their dedication to aggressive scientific research has given them a somewhat bad reputation as the galaxy's mad scientists.
Move: 10/12
Size: 1.6 to 2.2 meters tall.

Caamasi (PotJ, pages 64-65, NJOS, sidebar, page 45)
Home Planet
: Caamas
Average Caamasi. Dexterity 2D, Knowledge 2D+1, Mechanical 2D, Perception 2D+2, Strength 1D, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 1D+2/4D
KNOWLEDGE 2D/4D+1
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 2D/4D+2
STRENGTH 1D/3D
TECHNICAL 1D/4D
Special Abilities:
Memory Sharing: Caamasi can store and share memories with others of their species. Force-users can also share memories with Caamasi, though this requires a successful use of either Receptive Telepathy (to receive a memory) or Projective Telepathy (to share a memory).
Wise and Tranquil: Due to their reputation for being peaceful and wise, Caamasi gain a +2 pip bonus to all Bargain and Persuasion skill checks.
Move: 10/12
Size: Unlisted (Medium, "tall and lean")

Cathar (PotJ, pages 65-66)
Home Planet
: Cathar
Average Cathar. Dexterity 2D+2, Knowledge 1D+2, Mechanical 2D, Perception 2D, Strength 2D, Technical 1D+2.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 2D/4D+2
KNOWLEDGE 1D/3D+2
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 1D/4D
STRENGTH 1D/4D
TECHNICAL 1D/3D+2
Special Abilities:
Claws: Cathar have claws that do Strength +1D damage.
Move: 12/14
Size: Unlisted
Note: The entry in the sourcebook lists Cathar as being "Small," yet this isn't reflected anywhere in the entry.

Celegian (PotJ, pages 66-67)
Home Planet
: Unlisted
Average Celegian. Dexterity 1D, Knowledge 3D, Mechanical 2D, Perception 2D, Strength 2D, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 1D/3D
KNOWLEDGE 2D+2/5D
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 2D/4D
STRENGTH 1D/4D
TECHNICAL 1D/4D
Special Abilities:
Broadcast Telepathy: As their primary mode of communication, Celegians can speak telepathically with any number of creatures within 500 meters. Anyone wishing to resist this telepathic communication must make an opposed Willpower or Control skill roll against the Celegian's own Willpower or Control skill. This ability cannot be used to "steal" memories or information.
Excellent Swimmers: Celegian character gain a permanent +3D bonus to their Swimming skill.
Story Factors
:
Cyanogen Breathers: Celegians cannot survive without their native atmosphere. After being exposed to an oxygen atmosphere for 1 round, a Celegian must make a Moderate Strength check, with the difficulty increasing by +4 for every round past the first. If successful, the Celegian remains conscious, but must continue to make Strength checks until returned to its native atmosphere. Failure indicates that the Celegian falls unconscious, and takes 1D damage. This damage is increased by +1D for each round afterwards (cumulative). Exposure to the cyanogen atmosphere has a similar effect on oxygen-breaters. Celegians outside of their environment exist in transparisteel life-support chambers. These chambers have an effective Body Strength rating of 4D+2 when resisting damage.
Move: 6/8 (fly), 16/18 (swim)
Size: Unlisted (Large)

Draethos (PotJ, page 67)
Home Planet
: Unlisted
Average Draethos. Dexterity 2D, Knowledge 3D, Mechanical 2D, Perception 1D, Strength 1D+2, Technical 2D+1.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 1D+1/4D
KNOWLEDGE 2D+1/5D
MECHANICAL 1D+2/4D
PERCEPTION 1D/3D
STRENGTH 1D/3D+2
TECHNICAL 1D+1/4D+1
Special Abilities:
Broadcast Telepathy: Draethos can speak telepathically with any number of creatures within 500 meters. Anyone wishing to resist this telepathic communication must make an opposed Willpower or Control skill roll against the Draethos' own Willpower or Control skill. This ability cannot be used to "steal" memories or information.
Low-light Vision: A Draethos can see twice as far as a normal human in poor lighting conditions.
Skill Bonus: Draethos are encouraged to learn as much as they can, and most adults are experts on several topics. As such, Draethos characters receive 2D for every 1D placed into Knowledge skills at the time of character creation only.
Story Factors:
Long-Lived: Draethos character can live up to 800 years.
Move: 10/12
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Khommite (PotJ, pages 67-68)
Home Planet
: Khomm
Average Khommite. Dexterity 2D, Knowledge 2D, Mechanical 2D+1, Perception 1D+2, Strength 2D+1, Technical 2D+2.
Attribute Dice
: 13D
DEXTERITY 1D+1/4D
KNOWLEDGE 1D+1/4D
MECHANICAL 2D/4D
PERCEPTION 1D/3D+2
STRENGTH 1D+1/4D+1
TECHNICAL 2D/5D
Special Abilities:
Clone: Each Khommite represents generations of perfection in one particular field, and each is at the end of a long line of identical Khommite clones that all share the same expertise. When created, a Khommite character can apply two free skill dice to any single Knowledge, Perception, or Technical skill. These bonus dice do not count against the character's limit when buying skills during character creation.
Story Factors:
Narrow-Minded: Khommites come from a strict conformist society, where creativity and free thought are undesirable qualities. Although this should be role-played, it also gives any Khommite character a -2D penalty on any skill roll that requires creative action or long-term planning.
Move: 10/12
Size: Unlisted (Small)
Note: The description in the sourcebook notes that Khommites are "tall," yet their size is listed as "Small" and this is reflected in their statistics.

Krevaaki (PotJ, page 68)
Home Planet
: Unlisted
Average Krevaaki. Dexterity 2D, Knowledge 2D+1, Mechanical 2D, Perception 1D+2, Strength 2D, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 2D/4D
KNOWLEDGE 1D/4D+1
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 1D/3D+2
STRENGTH 2D/4D
TECHNICAL 1D/4D
Special Abilities:
Natural Armor: Krevaaki possess an exoskeleton which provides a +1 pip bonus to any Strength rolls made to resist damage.
Stoic:
The face of a Krevaaki is composed of a series of shifting, chitinous plates with a limited range of expression. During face-to-face communication, it is difficult (if not impossible) for anyone who is not a Krevaaki to read their facial expressions. Krevaaki gain a +2 pip bonus when attempting to make Con, Intimidation, or Persuasion skill rolls against non-Krevaaki.
Tentacles: Krevaaki use their tentacles in the same was as bipeds use their arms and legs. Krevaaki receive a +2 pip bonus on all Climbing/Jumping skill checks that involve climbing, and a further +2 pip bonus to Brawling skill checks made when grappling an opponent. On the flip side, the tips of their tentacles lack the dexterity of a humanoid finger, and Krevaaki suffer a -1D penalty on rolls made to perform intricate work or manipulate small objects.
Story Factors:
Xenophobic: Because Krevaaki are considered a bizarre species by most bipeds, they prefer to conceal their tentacled lower bodies.
Move: 10/12
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Kushiban (PotJ, pages 68-69, NJOS, sidebar, page 108)
Home Planet
: Kushibah
Average Kushiban. Dexterity 3D, Knowledge 2D, Mechanical 2D, Perception 2D, Strength 1D, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 3D/5D
KNOWLEDGE 1D+1/4D
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 1D+2/4D+1
STRENGTH 1D/2D+2
TECHNICAL 1D/4D
Special Abilities:
Nimble: Kushiban gain a +1D bonus to Climbing/Jumping skill checks that involve jumping or leaping, as well as a +1D bonus to all Dodge skill rolls.
Mood Fur: A Kushiban's fur changes color with its emotional state.
Story Factors:
Cute Appearance: Kushiban are perceived by many species to be cute and cuddly. This leads many to think of them as helpless, or mistake them for pets or vermin.
Move: 6/8
Size: 0.5 meters long

Lannik (PotJ, pages 69-70)
Home Planet
: Lannik
Average Lannik. Dexterity 2D+2, Knowledge 1D+2, Mechanical 2D+1, Perception 1D+1, Strength 2D, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 2D/4D+2
KNOWLEDGE 1D/3D+2
MECHANICAL 1D+2/4D+1
PERCEPTION 1D/3D+1
STRENGTH 1D+1/4D
TECHNICAL 1D+1/4D
Special Abilities:
Fearless: Lannik are not easily frightened. They get a +2 pip bonus to Willpower rolls when resisting Intimidation skill rolls against them.
Move: 6/8
Size: 1.1 to 1.3 meters tall, 35-45 kilograms in weight

Nautolan (PotJ, pages 71-72)
Home Planet
: Glee Anselm
Average Nautolan. Dexterity 2D, Knowledge 1D+2, Mechanical 1D+2, Perception 2D, Strength 2D+1, Technical 1D+1.
Attribute Dice
: 11D
DEXTERITY 1D+1/4D
KNOWLEDGE 1D/3D+2
MECHANICAL 1D/3D+2
PERCEPTION 1D/4D
STRENGTH 2D/4D+1
TECHNICAL 1D/3D+1
Special Abilities:
Good Swimmers: Nautolans, being amphibious, gain a permanent +1D bonus to all Swimming skill rolls.
Low-light Vision:
A Nautolan can see twice as far as a normal human in poor lighting conditions.
Pheromone Detection: Nautolans possess tendrils which act as their major sensory organs, and they barely function outside of water. The tendrils are so sensitive that they can sense odors and pheromones, which can allow an observant Nautolan some idea of a target's emotional state. Because of this, Nautolans gain a +1D bonus to all skills rolls involving interpersonal relations (ie, Bargain, Command, Con, Intimidation, Investigation, or Persuasion) when in water. When outside of water, this bonus is reduced to a mere +1 pip.
Story Factors
:
Language: The Nautolan language is only fully pronounceable when the speaker is under water.
Move: 10/12 (swimming & walking)
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Neti (PotJ, pages 72-73)
Home Planet
: Unknown (Neti were first encountered on the planet Ryyk)
Average Neti. Dexterity 1D, Knowledge 2D+2, Mechanical 1D+1, Perception 2D+1, Strength 2D+1, Technical 2D+1.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 1D/3D
KNOWLEDGE 2D/4D+2
MECHANICAL 1D/3D+1
PERCEPTION 2D/4D+1
STRENGTH 2D/4D+1
TECHNICAL 1D/4D+1
Special Abilities:
Metamorph: Neti can alter their size and shape considerably, though this has little game effect. This includes the ability to change form into a rough humanoid shape, a squat quadruped shape, or a solid, tree-like shape. In quadruped form, Neti receive a +1D bonus to Brawling Parry skill rolls made to resist trips and tackles, but it can neither run nor charge. This bonus is increased to +4D to Brawling Parry when the Neti is in a stationary tree-like form. Changing shape takes a full round.
Photosynthesis: Neti are plants and have no need for food as long as they have regular access to broad-spectrum light.
Move: 10/12
Size: Varies; when at rest, 5 meters tall, but can morph between 2 and 9.5 meters tall

Quermian (PotJ, pages 73-74, AA, pages 92-93)
Average Quermian.
Dexterity 2D+1, Knowledge 2D, Mechanical 2D+1, Perception 2D, Strength 1D, Technical 2D+1.
Home Planet
: Quermia
Attribute Dice: 12D
DEXTERITY 1D+2/4D+1
KNOWLEDGE 1D+1/4D
MECHANICAL 1D+2/4D+1
PERCEPTION 1D+1/4D
STRENGTH 1D/3D
TECHNICAL 1D+2/4D+1
Special Abilities:
Short-Range Telepathy: Quermians can communicate with other Quermians, as well as with Force-users who have the Sense skill. To use the ability, the Quermian must make eye contact with the person he wishes to contact and roll a successful Difficult Willpower skill check. This only works in person, and is not effective through video or holonet transmissions. If the subject of the communication is unwilling, they must roll a Very Difficult Control or Willpower skill check in order to block the thought transmission. Quermians can transmit only simple phrases and emotional impressions, and contact must be renewed each round with another Willpower check.
Move: 10/12
Size: 1.6 to 2.3 meters tall

Ruusanian (PotJ, page 156)
Home Planet
: Ruusan
Average Ruusanian. Dexterity 2D, Knowledge 2D, Mechanical 2D, Perception 1D+2, Strength 2D+1, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 2D/4D
KNOWLEDGE 1D/4D
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 1D/3D+2
STRENGTH 2D/4D+1
TECHNICAL 1D/4D
Special Abilities:
Hardy: Ruusanians are near-Humans who have adapted well to the harsh environment of Ruusan. Because of this, Ruusanian characters gain a +2D bonus to all Survival skill rolls.
Move: 10/12
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Tchuukthai (PotJ, pages 74-75)
Home Planet
: Unknown
Average Tchuukthai. Dexterity 1D, Knowledge 2D, Mechanical 2D, Perception 2D, Strength 3D, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 1D/3D
KNOWLEDGE 1D+1/4D
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 2D/4D
STRENGTH 2D+1/5D
TECHNICAL 1D/4D
Special Abilities:
Natural Armor: Tchuukthai possess natural armor that provides them with a +2 pip bonus to Strength rolls made to resist damage.
Quadruped:
Tchuukthai normally walk on all fours. When doing so, they cannot carry anything heavier than 2 kilograms in either hand, but they can carry triple the normal allowed amount on their backs. Tchuukthai also receive a +1D bonus to Brawling Parry skill rolls made to resist trips and tackles.
Story Factors:
Legendary: The existence of the Tchuukthai is considered rumor across most of the galaxy.
Move: 12/14 (when on all fours; they can only move one-third this amount when walking upright)
Size: Unlisted (Large)

Thisspian (PotJ, page 75)
Home Planet
: Thisspias
Average Thisspian. Dexterity 2D, Knowledge 2D, Mechanical 2D, Perception 1D+1, Strength 2D+2, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 2D/4D
KNOWLEDGE 1D/4D
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 1D/3D+1
STRENGTH 2D+1/4D+2
TECHNICAL 1D/4D
Special Abilities:
Constrict: On a successful Brawling skill check made to grapple, a Thisspian can wrap its prehensile tail around an opponent. In subsequent rounds, it can inflict its Strength +1D+1 with a constricting attack. An opponent so ensnared can escape, but must do so with an opposed Strength roll.
Prehensile Tail: Thisspians can use their tails to carry objects, leaving their hands free for other activities. When doing so, a Thisspian's Move rating is reduced to 2.
Move: 8/10
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Togruta (PotJ, pages 75-76)
Home Planet
: Shili
Average Togruta. Dexterity 2D+2, Knowledge 2D+1, Mechanical 2D, Perception 2D+1, Strength 1D+2, Technical 2D.
Attribute Dice
: 13D
DEXTERITY 2D/4D+2
KNOWLEDGE 2D/4D+1
MECHANICAL1D/4D
PERCEPTION 2D/4D+1
STRENGTH 1D/3D+2
TECHNICAL 1D/4D
Special Abilities:
Camoflage: Togruta characters possess colorful skin patterns which help them blend in with natural surroundings (much like the stripes of a tiger). This provides them with a +2 pip bonus to Hide skill checks.
Spatial Awareness: Using a form of passive echolocation, Togruta can sense their surroundings. If unable to see, a Togruta character can attempt a Moderate Search skill check. Success allows the Togruta to perceive incoming attacks and react accordingly (by making defensive rolls).
Story Factors:
Believed to be Venomous: Although they are not poisonous, it is a common misconception by other species that Togruta are venomous.
Group Oriented:
Togruta work well in large groups, and individualism is seen as abnormal within their culture. When working as part of a team to accomplish a goal, Togruta characters are twice as effective as normal characters (ie, they contribute a +2 pip bonus instead of a +1 pip bonus when aiding in a combined action; see the rules for Combined Actions on pages 82-83 of SWD6).
Move: 10/12
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Ysanna Nomads (PotJ, page 137)
Home Planet
: Ossus
Average Ysanna Nomad. Dexterity 2D, Knowledge 2D, Mechanical 2D, Perception 2D, Strength 2D+2, Technical 1D+1.
Attribute Dice
: 12D
DEXTERITY 1D+2/4D
KNOWLEDGE 1D/4D
MECHANICAL 1D/4D
PERCEPTION 1D+2/4D
STRENGTH 2D/4D+2
TECHNICAL 1D/3D+1
Special Abilities:
Acute Senses: Because of their acute senses, Ysanna nomads gain a permanent +2 pip bonus to all Search skill rolls.
Desert Nomads:
Ysanna gain a +1D bonus to all Survival skill rolls made when in a desert environment.
Force-Sensitive:
Many Ysanna are born with a natural sensitivity to the Force.
Story Factors:
Jedi-Influenced Culture: The Ysanna have preserved elements of Jedi beliefs in their culture.
Move: 10/12
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Creatures –

Beck-tori, Colossal (PotJ, pages 77-78)
Dexterity 1D
dodge +6
Perception 1D+2
hide 2D+1, search 4D
Strength 9D+2
swimming 10D+2
Control 3D
Sense 3D+1
Force Powers
: Combat Sense, Enhance Attribute, Force of Will.
Special Abilities:
Bite: Inflicts Strength +1D+2 in damage.
Breathe Underwater:
Being aquatic, a beck-tori can breath underwater. They also gain a +1D+1 bonus on all Swimming skill checks.
Force-Sensitive:
The beck-tori is Force-sensitive.
Low-light Vision: A beck-tori can see twice as far as a normal human in poor lighting conditions.
Swallow Whole:
A beck-tori can swallow victims less than half its size. It must first make a successful Brawling attack to ensnare the victim, followed by another Brawling attack on the next turn to swallow it whole. Swallowed creatures take the beck-tori's Strength +1D+2 in damage, and another 3D of damage each round from the creature's digestive juices.
Spikes: When used to abrade the flesh of a victim, the beck-tori's spikes inflict Strength +1D+2 damage.
Move: 10 (swim), 2 (crawl)
Size: Unlisted (Colossal)

Beck-tori, Huge (PotJ, page 77)
Dexterity 2D
dodge 4D
Perception 1D+2
hide 2D+1, search 4D
Strength 5D+2
brawling 6D+2, swimming 7D+2
Control 1D+2
Sense 1D+2

Force Powers: Combat Sense, Force of Will.
Special Abilities:
Bite: Inflicts Strength +1D in damage.
Breathe Underwater:
Being aquatic, a beck-tori can breath underwater. They also gain a +1D+1 bonus on all Swimming skill checks.
Force-Sensitive:
The beck-tori is Force-sensitive.
Low-light Vision: A beck-tori can see twice as far as a normal human in poor lighting conditions.
Swallow Whole:
A beck-tori can swallow victims less than half its size. It must first make a successful Brawling attack to ensnare the victim, followed by another Brawling attack on the next turn to swallow it whole. Swallowed creatures take the beck-tori's Strength +1D in damage, and another 3D of damage each round from the creature's digestive juices.
Spikes: When used to abrade the flesh of a victim, the beck-tori's spikes inflict Strength +1D damage.
Move: 10 (swim), 2 (crawl)
Size: Unlisted (Huge)

Beck-tori, Medium-Size (PotJ, page 77)
Dexterity 3D+1
dodge 4D+2
Perception 1D+2
hide 2D+1, search 3D+1
Strength 2D
brawling 2D+2, swimming 4D
Control 1D+1
Force Powers
: Force of Will.
Special Abilities:
Bite: Inflicts Strength +1 in damage.
Breathe Underwater:
Being aquatic, a beck-tori can breath underwater. They also gain a +1D+1 bonus on all Swimming skill checks.
Force-Sensitive:
The beck-tori is Force-sensitive.
Low-light Vision: A beck-tori can see twice as far as a normal human in poor lighting conditions.
Swallow Whole:
A beck-tori can swallow victims less than half its size. It must first make a successful Brawling attack to ensnare the victim, followed by another Brawling attack on the next turn to swallow it whole. Swallowed creatures take the beck-tori's Strength +1 in damage, and another 3D of damage each following round from the creature's digestive juices.
Spikes: When used to abrade the flesh of a victim, the beck-tori's spikes inflict Strength +1 damage.
Move: 16 (swim), 4 (crawl)
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Droch (PotJ, page 78)
Dexterity 5D+1
dodge 5D+2
Perception 1D+2
hide 2D+1, search 3D+1, sneak 2D+1
Strength 0D+1
Special Abilities:
Affected by Light: When exposed to light, droch become sluggish, and their Dexterity ratings drop to 2D.
Bite: The bite of a droch does its Strength +1 in damage.
Death Seed Plague (RCRBd20, page 291):
This disease, which is contracted through ingestion or inhalation, has an incubation period of 1D days. When initially exposed, a character must succeed at a Moderate Strength check or become infected. If infected, the character loses 1D from his Strength rating once the incubation period ends. Each following day, another Strength check (Moderate difficulty) must be made, with failure indicating a further loss of 1D from the character's Strength rating. If a character's Strength rating falls below 0D, he dies. If cured, the character will recover +2 pips of Strength per week for a number of weeks equal to the number of dice he lost from his rating (ie, 1 pip of each lost 1D is permanent).
Move: 6
Size: Unlisted (Diminutive)

Jakobeast (PotJ, pages 78-79)
Dexterity 2D+2
Perception 3D

hide 4D+2, search 3D+2
Strength 6D+2
Alter 2D+1

Force Powers: Force Push.
Special Abilities:
Aid Another: A jakobeast may automatically aid another jakobeast's Force Push attempt. The two beasts must be within 20 meters of one another, and up to four jakobeasts may aid the same attempt. Each beast past the first gives a +2 pip bonus (1 aiding beast: +2, 2 aiding beasts: +1D+1, 3 aiding beasts: +2D, 4 aiding beasts: +2D+2).
Camouflage:
When in arctic terrain, a jakobeast gains a +1D+1 bonus to Hide skill checks.
Force-Sensitive: The jakobeast is Force-sensitive.
Head Butt:
A jakobeast inflicts its Strength +1D+1 with a successful head butt attack.
Move: 8
Size: Unlisted (Huge, "…roughly the size of a bantha.")

Kell Dragon (PotJ, page 156)
Dexterity 1D
Perception 1D+1

search: tracking 2D
Strength 12D+2
Special Abilities:
Bite: Does Strength +2D+2 damage.
Claws:
Do Strength +1D+2 damage.
Move: 15
Size: Unlisted (Colossal)

Marsh Haunt (PotJ, pages 79-80)
Dexterity 2D+1
dodge 5D
Perception 3D+2
hide 7D+1 (8D+2 in swamp environment), search 5D+1, sneak 4D+2
Strength 7D+2
climbing/jumping 8D, swimming 8D
Control 3D+1
Sense 2D+2
Alter 2D+1
Force Powers
: Enhance Attribute, Magnify Senses, Waves of Darkness.
Special Abilities:
Camouflage: Marsh haunts gain a +1D+1 bonus to Hide skill checks when in a swampy environment.
Exceptional Reflexes: Marsh haunts gain a +1D bonus to all Perception rolls made to determine initiative.
Force-Sensitive: The marsh haunt is Force-sensitive.
Slam Attack: The marsh haunt can physically slam an opponent, inflicting its Strength rating in damage.
Move: 12
Size: Unlisted (Huge)

Muttamok (PotJ, page 80)
Dexterity 4D
dodge 4D+2
Perception 2D
hide 2D+2, search 3D+2, sneak 2D+2
Strength 1D+1
Sense 2D+1
Alter 2D
Force Skills
: Friendship.
Special Abilities:
Bite: Does the muttamok's Strength +1 in damage.
Force-Sensitive:
Muttamoks are Force-sensitive.
Move: 8
Size: 1 meter tall

Nighthunter (PotJ, pages 80-81)
Dexterity 3D+1
Perception 4D+1

hide 5D+1, search 6D+1, sneak 5D+1
Strength 4D
climbing/jumping 5D+2
Control 2D
Sense 2D+2
Force Powers
: Combat Sense, Enhance Attribute (used to enhance the creature's Perception).
Special Abilities:
Bite: The bite of a nighthunter inflicts its Strength +1D in damage.
Claws:
A nighthunter's successful claw attack inflicts its Strength +2 in damage.
Energy Resistance:
The nighthunter adds +3D to all Strength rolls made to resist damage from fire and blaster weapons.
Force-Sensitive:
Nighthunters are Force-sensitive.
Keen Senses: Incredibly sharp hearing grants the nighthunter a +2D bonus to Search skill checks that involve sound.
Scent: Nighthunters can track by following the scent of their prey.
Move: 10
Size: 2 meters long

Staga (PotJ, page 147)
Dexterity 2D
dodge 3D+2
Perception 1D+2
search 4D+1
Strength 3D+2
Special Abilities:
Bite: The bite of a staga inflicts Strength +1 damage.
Gore:
A staga can gore an opponent for Strength +1D damage.
Move: 20
Size: Unlisted (Large)
Orneriness: 1D

Taozin (PotJ, pages 81-83)
Dexterity 1D
Perception 1D+1

hide 5D+1 (8D+1 in dark conditions), search 5D
Strength 8D+1
climbing 13D
Special Abilities:
Bite: The taozin's bite inflicts its Strength +1D+2 damage.
Blindsight:
Taozin are blind and do not "see" by conventional means.
Camouflage:
Taozin are naturally translucent. In dark conditions, they gain a +3D bonus to all Hide skill rolls.
Energy Resistance:
Taozin are resistant to energy from fire, blasters, and lightsabers. When resisting damage from fire or blasters, a Taozin gets a +2D bonus to its Strength. When resisting damage from lightsabers, this bonus increases to +3D.
Force Invisibility:
Taozin cannot be detected by any uses of the Force.
Lightsaber Diffusion:
When struck by a lightsaber, a Taozin's translucent flesh causes the energy from the saber to "splash" outward in all directions. Anyone within 2 meters of a Taozin that is struck by a lightsaber will take 5D of damage, unless they make a Difficulty Dodge skill roll.
Web:
A taozin can spew an adhesive substance from its mouth with a range of 3-25/50/100. This web-like material covers a 6 meter by 6 meter area, and anyone within the target area may attempt to Dodge the attack as normal. Anyone hit by this attack is considered entangled. Entangled creatures suffer a -1D penalty to all attack rolls, a -2D penalty to their Dexterity scores, and can only move at half of their normal Movement scores. Those wishing to free themselves must roll a Very Difficult Strength check to do so. These webs are flammable, and will burn away within 1D rounds, but anyone caught in the burning webs will take 3D+1 worth of damage each round they are exposed to the flames.
Move: 4 (ground), 4 (climbing)
Size: Unlisted (Gigantic)

Thernbee (PotJ, page 83)
Dexterity 3D
dodge 4D+2
Perception 3D+2
empathy 6D+1, hide 5D, search 5D, sneak 4D+2
Strength 5D+2
climbing/jumping 7D+2
Special Abilities:
Anaesthetic Bite: Anyone bitten by a thernbee must succeed in a Very Difficult Strength check or become fatigued. A fatigued character has his Strength and Dexterity ratings reduced by -1D each, hid Move score reduced by half, and he cannot run. If the victim is bitten a second time and fails another Strength check, the target's attribute penalties are doubled (to -2D each). If bitten a third time, the target will fall unconscious for an hour. Regardless of the number of times a victim has been bitten, the effects of the venom last for only one hour. Saliva milked from a thernbee loses these properties within minutes.
Bite:
A thernbee's bite inflict the creature's Strength +1D+1 damage.
Claws:
The claws of a thernbee inflict its Strength +1D damage.
Empathic:
Thernbees are naturally empathic, and this acts as the Receptive Telepathy Force power in all respects with one exception. A thernbee can attempt to empathically communicate their emotions to other creatures, but this requires an opposed roll of the thernbee's Empathy skill and the target's Control or Perception. If the target fails, it gets a vague sense of the creature's emotions.
Gore:
A thernbee can gore an opponent for its Strength +2 damage.
Move: 20
Size: Unlisted (Large)

Woolamander (PotJ, page 140)
Dexterity 3D
dodge 4D
Perception 2D+2
hide 3D+1, search 6D, sneak 3D+1
Strength 3D+1
brawling 4D
Special Abilities:
Claws: A successful attack from a woolamander's claws inflicts the creature's Strength +1 in damage.
Darkvision:
Woolamanders can see up to 20 meters in total darkness.
Move: 10
Size: Unlisted (Medium)

Droids –

Marksman-H Training Remote (PotJ, pages 57-58, SWd20, page 294)
Dexterity 3D
blaster array 5D, dodge 4D
Knowledge 1D
Mechanical 1D
Perception 1D
search 4D
Strength 1D
Technical 1D
Equipped With:
Blaster array (Can do 1 point, 2 points, 1D, or 1D+1 of damage, fire rate: 6, range: 2-3/5/10m)
Motion sensors (Droid can sense motion, and gains a +2 bonus to Search checks against moving targets)
Move: 15
Size: @10 centimeters in diameter
Cost: 350 credits

Equipment –

Archaic Lightsaber (PotJ, page 62)
Model
: Primitive Lightsaber
Type: Melee Weapon
Scale: Character
Cost: 1,600
Availability: 4, X
Difficulty: Difficult
Damage: 5D
Game Notes: Archaic lightsabers are attached to a belt-worn power pack by a cable, and weight about 3 kilograms. They are unwieldy and cumbersome compared to modern lightsabers, and the difficulty of all Lightsaber skill rolls made to parry with them are increased by +5.

Dual-Phase Lightsaber (PotJ, page 55)
Model
: Dual-Phase Lightsaber
Type: Melee Weapon
Scale: Character
Cost: 6,000
Availability: 4, X
Difficulty: Difficult
Damage: 5D
Game Notes: A dual-phase lightsaber has an adjustable blade length. They can be set for either standard length (130 cm) or more than double the normal length (300 cm). This doesn't increase damage, but it does increase the reach of the wielder to 4 meters. Creating a dual-phase lightsaber adds +5 to the difficulty of the Lightsaber Repair roll made to construct it.

Force Detector (PotJ, page 56)
Operating a Force detector requires 5 rounds, after which the user may make a Difficult Mechanical: Sensors check to determine if the target is Force-sensitive.

Great Lightsaber (PotJ, pages 54-55)
Model
: Great Lightsaber
Type: Melee Weapon
Scale: Character
Cost: 5,200
Availability: 4, X
Difficulty: Difficult
Damage: 5D
Game Notes: Great lightsabers have blades that reach up to 300 centimeters long. While the longer blade doesn't increase the weapon's damage, it does increase the reach of the wielder by 4 meters.

Jedi Battle Armor (PotJ, pages 55-56)
Model
: Jedi Battle Armor
Type: Personal Armor
Scale: Character
Cost: 6,000
Availability: 4, X
Game Notes: Jedi battle armor adds +2D to all Strength rolls made by the wearer to resist all forms of damage, but subtracts 1D+1 from the wearer's Dexterity score and -2 from his Move score due to its bulk.

Jedi Credits (PotJ, page 62)
Prior to the Jedi Purge, Jedi credits (or "Jedcreds") can be used to influence the outcomes of social situations. On Corellia, displaying a Jedi credit when making a Bargain, Con, Intimidation, Investigation, or Persuasion check grants the user a +1D+1 bonus to his skill roll if the target has anything to fear from Jedi. This is reduced to a +2 pip bonus if the target has nothing to fear but does not want to be seen as belligerent towards Jedi. Outside the Corellian sector, Jedi Credits are half as effective (a +2 pip and +1 pip bonus for each circumstance, respectively).

Jedi Holocron (PotJ, pages 62-63)
Using the information provided by a Jedi holocron will grant a +2 pip bonus to Repair and Scholar skill rolls that have to do with Jedi-oriented equipment (lightsabers, jedi armor, vehicles, starships, etc.). If a character attempts to convince a "gatekeeper" (ie, the Jedi Master whose personality is imprinted into the holocron) to reveal information, he must roll a Very Difficult Scholar: Jedi Lore skill check. The character receives a +1 pip bonus for every Force point he has, and a -1 pip penalty for every Dark Side point he has. The gatekeeper is nothing more than a construct, and cannot be manipulated by the Force.

Jedi Utility Belt (PotJ, page 62)
The Jedi utility belt contains everything listed in the description.

Training Lightsaber (PotJ, page 54)
Model
: Training Lightsaber
Type: Melee Weapon
Scale: Character
Cost: 1,500
Availability: 4, X
Difficulty: Difficult
Damage: 5D (see notes)
Game Notes: A training lightsaber is in most respects like a standard lightsaber, with a few exceptions. Firstly, while the blade can be used to block blaster bolts (with the Lightsaber Combat Force power), these bolts cannot be deflected at targets. It is also much less lethal than a standard lightsaber, and can only inflict a maximum damage result of "Wounded" to any target struck (any result greater than "Wounded" is treated as a Wounded result). Last of all, training lightsabers do not focus their power strongly enough to cut through objects. When used against inanimate objects, the damage of a training lightsaber is reduced to 2D.

Force Powers –
Several new Force powers are presented in this sourcebook. Relevant conversions are given below.

Alter Powers

Force Light (PotJ, pages 12-13)
Alter Difficulty
: Very Easy.
Required Powers: Force Harmony, Life Detection, Life Sense, Projective Telepathy, Receptive Telepathy.
Effect
: This power allows a Jedi to channel the Force into blasts of light that can destroy Dark Side spirits, as well as cleanse the taint of Dark Side locations. This Light Side energy emanates out to ten meters from the power's user, affecting all Dark Side characters, creatures, spirits, or sites within that area. When activated, the player rolls his Alter score and checks his success on the following table:

Alter Roll >Character/Dark SideDark Side
Difficulty By:CreatureSpiritSite
0-10Easy2D+2No Effect
11-20Moderate5DNo Effect
20-35Difficult7D+2No Effect
36+Very Difficult10DReduce Site Power

In the case of Dark Side Characters/Creatures, those within the effective range of the power must make a Control or Willpower skill roll with the difficulty listed, or they will lose a Dark Side point. In the case of Dark Side spirits, the damage listed is inflicted upon them. If the target is a Dark Side site, its power level may be reduced.

Inspire (PotJ, page 13)
Alter Difficulty
: Very Difficult, modified for proximity.
This power may be kept up.
Required Powers
: Affect Mind, Battle Meditation.
Effect: With successful use of this power, a Jedi can instill great confidence in one or more of his allies. This inspiration is reflected in a +1D bonus to all ability and skill rolls made by an affected ally, and last as long as the user desires to keep it up. The number of allies who gain the bonus is determined by the success level of the initiating Alter roll:

Alter Roll >Number
Difficulty By:of Targets
0-51-10
6-1011-100
11-15101-1,000
16+1,001-10,000

Sense Powers

Sense Surroundings (PotJ, page 29)
Sense Difficulty
: Easy.
This power may be kept up.
Required Powers
: Magnify Senses, Sense Force.
Effect: Sense surroundings allows a Force-user to extend his senses through the Force, permitting him to fight and make Search checks despite darkness or obstruction. This power doesn't duplicate the Magnify Senses power, but it does allow a character to perceive things normally through the Force instead of through a normal sense. This power can only be used to counter either blindness or deafness. In order to counteract both lack of sight and sound, the power would need to be used twice (thus granting a multiple action penalty).

Control and Alter Powers

Morichro (PotJ, page 16)
Control Difficulty
: Moderate, modified by proximity.
Alter Difficulty: Perception or Control roll of the target.
Required Powers: Accelerate Another's Healing, Control Another's Pain, Control Pain, Hibernation Trance, Injure/Kill, Life Detection, Life Sense, Place Another in Hibernation Trance.
Note: A character with more than 2 Dark Side points cannot utilize the power.
Warning: If the target of this power dies for any reason while being under its influence, the Force-user who initiated the power gains 1 dark side point.
Effect
: This power is an offensive variation of Place Another in Hibernation Trance. It allows a Force-user to put someone into a trance-like state. If the target fails his Perception or Control roll to resist this power, in addition to rolling a "1" on the Wild Die, the target immediately dies and the user of the power gains 1 Dark Side Point. The target can spent a Force point in order to escape immediate death. When used against a living being, Morichro has a maximum range of 10 meters. The effects are otherwise identical to the Place Another in Hibernation Trance power (SWD6, page 149).

Plant Surge (PotJ, page 14)
Control Difficulty
: Varies.
Alter Difficulty: Target's Control or Brawling Parry roll.
Required Powers: Concentration, Telekinesis.
Effect: When used, this power causes plants (grasses, weeds, bushes, trees, etc.) to entangle target creatures, holding them fast or slowing them down. The Control difficulty depends on the area that the Force user wishes to affect:

RadiusControl Difficulty
2-meter radiusEasy
4-meter radiusModerate
6-meter radiusDifficult
8-meter radiusVery Difficult

The Alter difficulty is the Control or Brawling Parry roll(s) of the target(s). If the Force-user succeeds in his use of the power, the targets are considered to be entangled. Entangled creatures suffer a -1D penalty to all attack rolls, a -2D penalty to their Dexterity scores, and can only move at half of their normal Movement scores. Entangled characters can attempt to escape, but this requires a Difficult Strength check to accomplish.

Sense and Alter Powers

Malacia (PotJ, page 13)
Sense Difficulty
: Moderate.
Alter Difficulty: Target's Control or Strength roll.
Required Powers: Enhance Another's Attribute, Enhance Attribute, Control Another's Pain, Transfer Force.
Effect: This power causes extreme dizziness and nausea in a single target within the user's line of sight. A target affected by this power is considered to be stunned for 2D rounds, and cannot take any actions during that time.

Control, Sense, and Alter Powers

Sever Force (PotJ, page 14)
Control Difficulty
: Difficult.
Sense Difficulty: Varies (see below).
Alter Difficulty
: Target's Control or Willpower roll.
Special: Anyone using this power must spend 1 Force point.
Required Powers
: Affect Mind, Battle Meditation, Concentration, Emptiness, Force Harmony, Force of Will, Life Detection, Life Sense, Projective Telepathy, Receptive Telepathy, Sense Force, Sense Force Potential.
Note: This power seems to be extremely unbalancing, as written in the d20 rules. I've made an attempt to adapt it, while maintaining the flavor of the power. Individual GMs may not wish to allow players access to this power, for obvious reasons.
Effect
: This power severs a Dark Sider's ties to the Force, preventing him from using any Force skills. It is not effective against a character who has less than 4 Dark Side points, and anyone with more than 3 Dark Side points cannot use this power at all. The effects of Sever Force are permanent, and the only way for a target to reverse the effects are to reduce the number of Dark Side points he has below 4. The power's Sense difficulty depends on the number of Dark Side points possessed by the target. The Sense difficulty is Difficult if the target has 4 or more Dark Side points, and is Moderate if the target has 7 or more Dark Side Points. The amount by which the character using Sever Force makes his Alter skill roll determines how effective this power is at severing his target's connection to the Force. If successful, the target of this power must roll a Control check each time he attempts to use a Force power. The base difficulty of this roll is detailed on the following chart:

Alter Roll >Force Use
Difficulty By:Difficulty
0-10Moderate
11-20Difficult
21-35Very Difficult
36-50Heroic
51+Heroic +5

The base difficulty for the target to use Force powers is further modified by the number of Dark Side points he possesses. If the target reduces his Dark Side point total below three, he no longer needs to make this roll.

Miscellaneous Rules –

Combating Force Spirits (PotJ, sidebar, page 85)
There are several ways to combat Force spirits.

* Fighting Light with Darkness: Those people strong in the Force can all upon the Dark Side to overpower a Force spirit. By spending a Force Point specifically to destroy a Force spirit, a Force-sensitive character can inflict 3D damage upon it. Multiple Dark Side adversaries using this method can easily destroy Force spirits, with each additional Force point spent adding +1D to the total damage rolled. A character who spends a Force point to destroy a Force spirit gains a Dark Side Point.
* Force Weapon: A weapon imbued with the Force (such as a weapon that has been affected by the Force Weapon power) enables a character to attack and damage a Force spirit.
* Dark Side Powers: Certain Dark Side powers may be able to deal damage to Force spirits, much as they do to living beings. Bolt of Hatred, Hatred, and Waves of Darkness are examples of such powers.
* Sith Amulet: An energy blast from a Sith amulet may be able to destroy a Force spirit.
* Trapping the Force Spirit: When a Force spirit manifests itself in the presence of a darksider, the darksider an attempt to utilize the Affect Mind power in order to prevent the spirit from leaving. If the power works, the spirit cannot leave voluntarily so long as the darksider is present. The Force spirit may attempt to resist the Affect Mind power once per hour, and it can depart immediately if it succeeds. If the spirit remains trapped, it will start to lose Strength equal to 1D per hour. If this reduces the spirit's Strength rating below 0D, it is destroyed, and the darksider who trapped it gains 5 Force Points and 5 Dark Side points.

Effects of the Halcyon Bloodline (PotJ, sidebar, page 109)
Characters descended from the Halcyon bloodline lack the ability to use any telekinetic Force powers. This includes such powers as Force Push, Force Strike, Projected Fighting, Telekinesis, Telekinetic Kill, or any other Force power that has Telekinesis as a prerequisite. Instead, a Halcyon Jedi may choose one of the following bonuses to counteract their inability to use telekinetics:

* The character is particularly attuned to his body, and gains a +1D bonus to his rolls when using Force powers such as Accelerate Healing, Control Disease, Control Pain, Detoxify Poison, Enhance Attribute, Remain Conscious, Remove Fatigue, and Resist Stun.
* The character is particularly aware of his surroundings, and gains a +1D bonus to his rolls when using Force powers such as Life Detection, Life Sense, Magnify Senses, Merge Senses, Sense Force, Sense Force Potential, Sense Surroundings, and Weather Sense.
* The character is particularly attuned to the bodies of others, and gains a +1D bonus to his rolls when using Force powers such as Accelerate Another's Healing, Control Another's Disease, Control Another's Pain, Detoxify Poison in Another, Enhance Another's Attribute, Place Another in Hibernation Trance, Remove Another's Fatigue, Return Another to Consciousness, and Transfer Force.
* The character has a talent for communicating with others through the Force, and gains a +2D bonus to his rolls when using Force powers such as Beast Languages, Farseeing, Projective Telepathy, and Translation.
* The character is attuned to martial applications of the Force, and gains a +1D bonus to his rolls when using Force powers such as Battle Meditation, Combat Sense, Danger Sense, Force of Will, Force Weapon, Guided Attack, and Lightsaber Combat.
* The character has a talent for using the Force to trick people with weak wills, and gains a +2D bonus to his rolls when using Force powers such as Affect Mind, Friendship, Illusion, and Inspire.

The supplied bonus must either be used for one Force skill roll when activating a power, or it can be split into "pips" and divided between multiple Force skill rolls (in the case of powers that require two or more Force skills).

Force Spirits (PotJ, pages 83-86)
Force spirits work the same as most characters, retaining most of the abilities and attributes they had when they were alive. Any attack that deals physical damage will not harm a Force spirit, nor can a Force spirit make direct physical attacks against living characters. Any Force powers with physical effects (ie, Alchemy, Telekinetic Kill, Injure/Kill, Accelerate Healing in Another, Telekinesis, Force Lightning, etc.) are ineffective when used by or against a Force spirit. Any damage caused by these powers is reduced to zero. Force spirits receive a +3D bonus on all Hide, Sneak, and Search rolls that they make.

Force spirits have the following abilities in addition to those they had in life:

Manifestation
Being nonphysical, Force spirits are not affected, nor can they affect, anything physical. When they do manifest, they can be seen and heard. In order to remain audible and visible, a Force spirit must succeed in an Easy Strength roll once per minute. Failure indicates that the spirit's voice and likeness fade until it manifests again.

Unlike Dark Side spirits, Force spirits cannot remain apart from the Force forever. Each time a Force spirit manifests, it must attempt a Difficult Control roll. The difficulty of this roll is modified upwards by the number of times the spirit has manifested. If this roll fails, this manifestation is the spirit's last one, and it becomes one with the Force immediately afterward. At the GM's discretion, the Force spirit may appear to a character in a Farseeing vision or as part of a dream, but it is still unable to manifest.

Force Travel
Force spirits can use the Force to instantaneously travel to any point in the galaxy, though there must be some form of Force energy there to act as a sort of "beacon." The spirit must be familiar with the destination. To use this ability, the spirit must succeed at a Willpower roll, with the difficulty based on the distance traveled.

DistanceDifficulty
Same CityVery Easy
Same ContinentEasy
Same PlanetModerate
Same SystemDifficult
Same SectorVery Difficult
Same RegionHeroic
Same GalaxyHeroic +5

This Willpower roll is modified by the power of the Force at the target destination.

Force
Power Level
 
Roll ModifierExample
NonexistentImpossibleAny place where the Force is completely absent; a place infused with the Dark Side.
Dim-1DA Force-sensitive individual not personally known to the spirit; a place touched by the Dark Side.
Faint0A Force-sensitive individual personally known by the Force spirit.
Moderate+1DA Force-sensitive individual to whom the Force spirit granted Force points; a place touched by the Force.
Strong+2DA place strong in the Force; a Force artifact.
Overwhelming   +3DA powerful Force artifact.

Starships –

Chu'unthor (PotJ, pages 132-134)
Craft
: Chu'unthor
Type: Mobile Jedi Academy
Scale: Capital
Length: 2 kilometers
Skill: Capital Ship Piloting: Chu'unthor
Crew: 4,000
Crew Skill: 4D in all applicable skills
Passengers: 10,000
Cargo Capacity: 40,000 tons
Consumables: 1 month
Cost: Not available for sale
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x2
Hyperdrive Back-Up: x10
Nav Computer: Yes
Maneuverability: 0D
Space: 2
Hull: 8D
Shields: 3D
Sensors:
Passive: 50/1D
Scan:
100/3D
Search:
200/4D
Focus:
6/4D+2
Weapons:
8 Tractor Beam Projectors
Fire Arc: 4 front, 1 left, 1 right, 2 rear
Skill:
Capital Ship Gunnery
Fire Control:
4D
Space Range:
1-5/15/30
Atmosphere Range:
2-10/30/60 km
Damage:
7D

Jedi Courier Ship (PotJ, page 59)
Craft
: Hoersch-Kessel Vanya-class Jedi Courier Ship
Type: Space Transport
Scale: Starfighter
Length: 70 meters
Skill: Space Transports: Jedi Courier
Crew: 2
Crew Skill: 4D in all appropriate skills
Passengers: 6
Cargo Capacity: 10 metric tons
Consumables: 1 month
Cost: Not available for sale
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x2
Hyperdrive Back-Up: x12
Nav Computer: Yes
Maneuverability: 1D
Space: 4
Atmosphere: 280; 800 km/h
Hull: 4D
Shields: 4D
Sensors:
Passive: 30/0D
Scan:
50/1D
Search:
75/2D
Focus:
4/4D+1
Weapons:
2 Laser Cannons (fire-linked)
Fire Arc: Turret
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
2D
Space Range:
1-3/12/25
Atmosphere Range:
100-300/1.2/2.5 km
Damage:
4D
Proton Torpedo Launcher (14 torpedoes)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
2D
Space Range:
1/3/7
Atmosphere Range:
100/300/700 m
Damage:
10D

Jedi Justice Cruiser (PotJ, page 61)
Craft
: Republic Shipyards Jedi Justice Cruiser
Type: Space Transport
Scale: Capital
Length: 68 meters
Skill: Starfighter Pilot: Jedi Justice Cruiser
Crew: 5
Crew Skill: 7D in all applicable skills
Passengers: 7
Cargo Capacity: 100 metric tons
Consumables: 3 months
Cost: 775,000 (new), 525,000 (used)
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1
Hyperdrive Back-Up: x6
Nav Computer: Yes
Maneuverability: 2D+1
Space: 8
Atmosphere: 365; 1,050 km/h
Hull: 2D+2
Shields: 1D+2
Sensors:
Passive: 40/1D
Scan:
60/2D
Search:
85/2D+2
Focus:
5/4D
Weapons:
Double Turbolaser Cannon
Fire Arc: Turret
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Scale: Starfighter
Fire Control: 3D
Space Range:
1-3/12/25
Atmosphere Range:
100-300/1.2/2.5 km
Damage:
5D
Ion Cannon
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Scale:
Starfighter
Fire Control:
2D
Space Range:
1-3/7/36
Atmosphere Range:
100-300/700/3.6 km
Damage:
5D
2 Concussion Missile Launchers (16 missiles each)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
2D
Space Range:
1/3/7
Atmosphere Range:
100/300/700 m
Damage:
9D

Star Sabre (PotJ, pages 60-61)
Craft
: Republic Fleet Systems Star Saber XC-01
Type: Starfighter
Scale: Starfighter
Length: 6.75 meters
Skill: Starfighter Piloting: Star Saber
Crew: 1
Crew Skill: 4D in all applicable skills
Passengers: None
Cargo Capacity: 25 kilograms
Consumables: 1 week
Cost: Not available for sale
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1.5
Hyperdrive Back-Up: None
Nav Computer: Can store coordinates for 2 hyperspace jumps
Maneuverability: 1D+2
Space: 9
Atmosphere: 380; 1,100 km/h
Hull: 4D
Shields: 2D+1
Sensors:
Passive: 20/0D
Scan:
40/1D
Search:
60/2D
Focus:
3/4D
Weapons:
2 Heavy Blaster Cannons (fire-linked)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
1D
Space Range:
1-5/10/17
Atmosphere Range:
100-500/1/1.7 km
Damage:
6D

Stinger (PotJ, page 60)
Craft
: Corellian Engineering Corp S-100 Stinger-class Starfighter
Type: Starfighter
Scale: Starfighter
Length: 3.5 meters
Skill: Starfighter Piloting: S-100 Stinger
Crew: 1
Crew Skill: 5D in all applicable skills
Passengers: None
Cargo Capacity: 10 kilograms
Consumables: 1 month
Cost: 465,000 (new), 310,000 (used)
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1
Hyperdrive Back-Up: None
Nav Computer: Can store coordinates for 1 hyperspace jump
Maneuverability: 3D+2
Space: 9
Atmosphere: 400; 1,150 km/h
Hull: 3D
Shields: 2D
Sensors:
Passive: 25/0D
Scan:
50/1D
Search:
75/2D
Focus:
3/4D
Weapons:
2 Assault Laser Cannons (fire-linked)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
2D
Space Range:
1-5/10/17
Atmosphere Range:
100-500/1/1.7 km
Damage:
8D
2 Proton Torpedo Launchers (4 missiles each)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
2D
Space Range:
1/3/7
Atmosphere Range:
100/300/700 m
Damage:
9D

Whitecloak Fighter (PotJ, page 58)
Craft
: Modified Kuat Systems Engineering Cloakshape Fighter
Type: Starfighter
Scale: Starfighter
Length: 15 meters
Skill: Starfighter Piloting: Cloakshape
Crew: 1
Crew Skill: 7D in all applicable skills
Passengers: 1 or 2
Cargo Capacity: 40 kilograms
Consumables: 2 weeks
Cost: 150,000 (new), 100,000 (used)
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1.5
Hyperdrive Back-Up: None
Nav Computer: Uses astromech droid programmed with 10 jumps
Maneuverability: 1D+2
Space: 7
Atmosphere: 350; 1,000 km/h
Hull: 4D+2
Shields: 0D+2
Sensors:
Passive: 25/1D
Scan:
40/2D
Search:
60/3D
Focus:
4/3D+2
Weapons:
2 Light Laser Cannons (fire-linked)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
2D
Space Range:
1-5/10/17
Atmosphere Range:
100-500/1/1.7 km
Damage:
4D
2 Concussion Missile Launchers (8 missiles each)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
2D
Space Range:
1/3/7
Atmosphere Range:
50-100/300/700
Damage:
8D

XJ X-Wing (PotJ, page 59, NJOS, page 36)
Craft
: Incom T65XJ X-Wing
Type: Space Superiority Starfighter
Scale: Starfighter
Length: 12.5 meters
Skill: Starfighter Piloting: X-Wing
Crew: 1
Crew Skill: All appropriate skills at 6D
Passengers: None
Cargo Capacity: 25 kilograms
Consumables: 3 days
Cost: 140,000 (new), 125,000 (used)
Hyperdrive Multiplier: x1
Nav Computer: Astromech droid programmed with 10 jumps
Maneuverability: 3D+2
Space: 9
Atmosphere: 400; 1,150 km/h
Hull: 5D
Shields: 1D+2
Sensors:
Passive: 30/0D
Scan:
60/1D
Search:
90/2D
Focus:
4/4D
Weapons:
4 Heavy Laser Cannons (fire-linked)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
4D
Space Range:
1-3/12/25
Atmosphere Range:
100-300/1.2/2.5 km
Damage:
7D
3 Proton Torpedo Launchers (3 torpedoes each)
Fire Arc: Front
Skill:
Starship Gunnery
Fire Control:
3D
Space Range:
1/3/7
Atmosphere Range:
100/300/700 m
Damage:
9D

Vehicles –

Jedi Speeder Bike (PotJ, page 58)
Craft
: Modified Ikas-Adno 10-C Speeder Bike
Type: Speeder Bike
Scale: Speeder
Length: 5.5 meters
Skill: Repulsorlift Operation: Ikas-Adno 10-C
Crew: 1
Crew Skill: 4D in all appropriate skills
Passengers: 1 or 2
Cargo Capacity: 20 kilograms
Cover: 1/4
Altitude Range: Ground to 3.4 km
Cost: 10,000 (new), 5,000 (used)
Maneuverability:
Move: 210; 600 km/h
Body Strength: 2D
Weapons: None
Notes
: The Jedi speeder bike is equipped with several special features. The first is an emergency repulsorlift, which (when active) keeps the bike from getting within 4 meters of the ground. There is also a hidden storage compartment, which requires a Heroic Search skill check to locate. The weight and power of the bike make it difficult to control, and the difficulties of all maneuvers made by the pilot are considered to be 5 points higher than normal.

Existing Material References –

Below, you will find book and page references to everything in the "Power of the Jedi Sourcebook" that has been previously detailed in WEG products. If it's on this list, that's why I haven't presented conversion information for it. This list might also be useful for players and GMs of SWd20 who are looking for additional reference material on any of the following subjects. I only plan to list up to three or four references for each entry.

Alien Species –

Miraluka (PotJ, pages 70-71)
ToJC, pages 101-102.

Nazzar (PotJ, page 72)
ToJC, pages 102-103.

Vultan (PotJ, page 76)
ToJC, page 103.

Creatures –

Terrestrial Neek (PotJ, pages 146-147)
ToJC, pages 108-109 (as "Neek").

Force Powers –

Battle Influence (PotJ, page 12)
ToJC, pages 58-59 (as "Battle Meditation").

Battle Meditation (PotJ, page 15)
ToJC, pages 58-59 (as "Battle Meditation").

Beast Language (PotJ, page 15)
ToJC, page 48 (as "Beast Languages").

Cure Disease (PotJ, page 15)
SWD6, page 143 (as "Control Disease"); SWD6, pages 148-149 (as "Control Another's Disease").

Cure Poison (PotJ, page 15)
SWD6, page 144 (as "Detoxify Poison"); ToJC, page 56 (as "Detoxify Poison in Another").

Force Dodge (PotJ, page 15)
SWD6, page 143 (as "Concentration"); or TTS, page 55 (as "Enhance Attribute" (Mechanical)).

Force Pilot (PotJ, page 15)
SWD6, page 143 (as "Concentration"); or TTS, page 55 (as "Enhance Attribute" (Mechanical)).

Healing Trance (PotJ, page 29)
SWD6, page 149 (as "Place Another in Hibernation Trance").

Psychometry (PotJ, pages 16-17)
SWD6, page 146 (as "Postcognition").

NPCs –

Arca Jeth, Watchman of Onderon (PotJ, pages 100-101)
ToJC, pages 18-20.

Cay Qel-Droma, Jedi Knight (PotJ, pages 104-105)
ToJC, pages 20-21.

Dace Diath, Jedi Knight (PotJ, pages 106-107)
ToJC, pages 23-24.

Nomi Sunrider, Jedi Knight (PotJ, page 104)
ToJC, pages 25-27.

Oss Wilum, Jedi Knight (PotJ, pages 105-106)
ToJC, pages 27-29.

Shoaneb Culu, Jedi Knight (PotJ, pages 107-108)
ToJC, pages 30-31.

Thon, Watchman of Stennes (PotJ, page 101)
ToJC, pages 31-33.

Tott Doneeta, Jedi Knight (PotJ, page 105)
ToJC, page 33.

Ulic Qel-Droma, Watchman of the Empress Teta System (PotJ, page 103)
ToJC, page 34.

Starships –

Nebulon Ranger (PotJ, pages 59-60)
ToJC, page 116.





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