Lords of Nal Hutta

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Escape the oppressive rule of the Empire and engage in devious schemes with the galaxy’s slimiest and most notorious gangsters: the Hutts!

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Escape the oppressive rule of the Empire and engage in devious schemes with the galaxy’s slimiest and most notorious gangsters. The Hutts, the Lords of Nal Hutta, will see you now!

No matter your vice – gambling, luxury, spice, beauty, or other – you can find it in abundance in Hutt Space. You can also find it in Lords of Nal Hutta, the Hutt Space sourcebook for Edge of the Empire. Smugglers, freelancers and mercenaries flock to the galaxy’s many Hutt-controlled hives of scum and villainy; their goal is to either fulfil their depraved desires or make a quick profit. Opportunity is abundant, but it comes at a perilously steep price. Anyone who flies Hutt Space lanes and hauls their questionable cargo must continuously ask themselves how far they’re willing to go in the name of cold, hard credits.

In its 144 pages, Lords of Nal Hutta offers Game Masters all the information they need to bring the most corrupt and lawless stretch of the galaxy to life. The book places everything you need to base a campaign in this infamous region at your fingertips. That includes information on over a dozen planets; their history, people, culture, points of interest and plot hooks, as well as local creatures and challenges is all there.

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Weight 755 g
Dimensions 282 × 220 × 14 mm

1 review for Lords of Nal Hutta

  1. Simon (verified owner)

    A great sourcebook for one of the iconic species in the Star Wars canon. The book would work well for any of the 3 core books and provides plenty of inspiration for a GM to create a bespoke adventure. It can be used to either have the Hutts pulling the strings in a larger adventure perhaps as the sponsor for the parties adventure. Or to provide depth to an adventure which occurs entirely or partly within Hutt space.
    I’d say although good for any core book, its a must for Edge of the Empire, as it’s hard to imagine a fully fleshed out campaign which doesn’t involve either running across the Hutts, being bankrolled by them, or doing something for someone else that conflicts with their interests.

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