|Rogue Trader | Published 19 October 2009||Rating||44 votes|
Resolved henceforth in the name of the Most Beneficent God-Emperor of Mankind, the High Lords of Terra grant Warrants of Trade to those brave souls listed here, and to all of their line, from this day unto the end of time....
Rogue Trader is a roleplaying game set in dark gothic far future of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 universe. Players take on the roles of explorers aboard a Rogue Trader's ship, searching for profit and adventure while discovering new alien cultures and threats in the uncharted regions of space.
Also, as a side comment, the map of the Koronus Expanse is deisgned so GMs (and players) can create their own area. That's why there will be a Star System generator in the GM's Toolkit/Screen. You may have noticed that the map of the Koronus Expanse is a bit sparse...
You're missing the point. These names are the ones that will (and have) be added into the "official" background of the setting (sourcebooks, stories, etc) and used by the writers when they release future supplements. This was noted when the orders were placed (which is why you had to provide a name when you bought it). Congrats to those Rogue Traders who have been immortalized forever more!
Why? Does this offer support or help? Good for those people, yes I agree that a personalized copy of Rogue Trader is cool. However, I do question your logic in spending the time and likely minimal resources in making this list. Why not do something useful instead? Like streamline your design process so that when you give retailers like Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and independent stores a release date, you can meet it. Or if you are focusing on support for Rogue Trader, why not come out with an updated map of the expanse like what was done for the Calixis map in Dark Heresy? Has anyone else noted that the system that the explorers in "Into the Maw" must explore is not where it says it is?
That said, I do enjoy Rogue Trader and Dark Heresy. However, I will likely never understand what possesses you do make the decisions that you make.
Michael Kelleher in case anyone is wondering :o)
Cool my name in print!
Everyone needs their 15 seconds of fame and there mine is :o)