# Difference between revisions of "Star Wars D6"

Star Wars: The Roleplaying Game originally published by West End Games in 1987, commonly also called Star Wars D6 or Star Wars WEG.

## General

The game have a few editions, with most differences between 1E and 2E, otherwise being minor.

• Star Wars (1987)(Most simple, least options, but still some people's favourite)
• Star Wars 2nd Edition (1992)
• Star Wars 2nd Edition, Revised & Expanded (RE) (1996)
• Star Wars Revised, Expanded & Updated (REUP) (2015)(free, massive new fan created version, top choice for most people)

## Rolls in Star Wars D6

Your skills and attributes are a sum of d6 dice and pips. The player rolls against a set difficulty or by a opposed roll, depending on what the GM deems in the situation. There is a small variance in how the rolls are made between the different editions, summed below.

### 1E

You roll the amount of dice in your skill, adding the number of pips to the roll. Currently the sheet's roll buttons uses wild die, see other editions below:

### 2E

In 2E, one die in all rolls are replaced with the wild die that explode on a roll of 6, i.e. you can roll it again and add the result to the sum. This can be continued if the wild die rolls 6 again.

If the wild die rolls a one, the GM can decide to deduct the value of the wild die and the highest die you rolled from the sum.
Note:This reduction is not done automatically.

API Script:Wild Dice can automate it.

Example roll for 5d+2

### R&E and REUP

In R&E and REUP , one die in all rolls are replaced with the wild die that explode on a roll of 6, i.e. you can roll it again and add the result to the sum. This can be continued if the wild die rolls 6 again.

If the wild die rolls a one, the GM can decide that:

1. a complication happens(independent for if the roll succeeded or not) or
2. deduct the value of the wild die and the highest die you rolled from the sum
3. nothing