Rogue Trader is the amongst some of the best role playing opportunities out there, especially for Warhammer 40k fans. So when Fantasy Flight Games announces a new book for Rogue Trader its well worth our time to take a look at it.


This is the latest upcoming book from Fantasy Flight Games for Rogue Trader.

via Fantasy Flight Games
http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_news.asp?eidn=4178
Rogue Trader: Faith and Coin

It is a Rogue Trader's duty to assist missionaries in spreading the Imperial Creed across the stars. In Faith and Coin, a Rogue Trader supplement for players and GMs, the complex relationships between missionaries and Rogue Traders come to life, with new Endeavors to complete and new worlds to convert. Find sacred relics, smite vile heretics, or embark on new Alternate Career Paths with the grace of the God-Emperor guiding you every step of the way.

Faith and Coin features:

New Endeavours for crews to take on as they work to spread the Imperial Creed as well as boost profit for their dynasty
Alternate Career Ranks for Explorers to gain powerful new knowledge and abilities, as well as weapons, equipment, relics, and more
The Sacred Heart, an exciting new adventure which allows Explorers to seek the legendary tomb of Saint Cognatius

6 Comments:

  1. Hate to be a pest, but there are plenty of RPGs out there, and all catering to different tastes. My group will get SF when I get.round to running "Adventures In Time And Space, which is a Doctor Who game. We have fantasy covered with Dragon Warriors.

    Many games out there, many possibilities...

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  2. Maybe they're refering to it in comparrison to the other WH40k rpgs; some seem to be lacking in the "Forge your own destiny department". Rogue trader is by far a favorite of mine, as pertaining to the list of 40k Rpgs, because i think it forces characters to be active with in the story. Carpe Diem.. Then roll in your money like Scrooge McDuck.. Lol
    Johnny @ Tyrants Due

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  3. Deathwatch is the best of the different 40K RPGs. We were rather disapointed with Rogue Trader.

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  4. Necromunda is as close as I get to an rpg nowdays. Though I was a huge Dnd fan 20 years ago.

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  6. Deathwatch and Black Crusade are both immensely fun but hard to run, space marine characters hit a tipping point where they become ridiculously hard to hurt with most weapons and the only ones that can have the possibility of 1 shoting them. This becomes and even bigger issue in BC with unaugmented human characters running around with tooled up space marines.

    Dark heresy the mechanics were pretty wonky and to be honest you start out as a scrub, and certainly not the caliber of person an inquisitor would hire other than to dust and take out his trash.

    never tried RT even though i have the books i mostly use them to supplement the others.

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