Here are paper miniatures of characters created for my own various Star Wars RPG campaigns for your own use. There is space at their feet on one side of the paperminis to write their names on.
Time is the Hunter characters
L-R: Jax Hunt - human bounty hunter, Iris Helena - human amnesiac
Note: Iris Helena is based on Helena on Orphan Black.
Edged by the Empire characters
L-R: Giin Lawquane - human mercenary, Hondo Pash - human smuggler, Yuzy Pash - human kid, Numa - Twi'lek soldier
Note: Numa is the same Numa that appeared in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and later (after her appearance in this campaign) popped up in Star Wars Rebels.
Modesty Blazing characters
L-R: John Tray'Essek - Trandoshan hired gun/marauder, Qillian Ryn - Trianii bounty hunter/assassin, VAX-11/750 - technician/slicer, Vendrik - Duros spy/infiltrator, Nora Romanova - human smuggler/scoundrel, Darter Kel - Zeltron explorer/scout
Note: VAX-11 body design is based on robots seen in the movie Elysium. Nora's clothes are based on costume from The Dirty Pair anime. All of Darter's weapons and gear are on him even if they are not visible.
Click here to download, print and assemble all of these character paperminis for free from Google Drive!
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Alan Tudyk made the role of K-2SO the reprogrammed Imperial security droid from Rogue One a memorable one. If you require paper miniatures of him or other KX-series droids for your Star Wars RPG campaign, download and assemble the one I made here.
Click here to download the free KX-series Imperial security droid PDF from Google Drive here.
Please check out my Patreon site for other non-Star Wars paper miniature downloads. Some free PDF sets are readily available too.
BB-8 the spherical rolling astromech unit belonging to Poe Dameron is quite the popular droid. Finally I had gotten around to making paper miniatures of its type of droid for your Star Wars RPG campaign.
Obviously the scale is wrong because a 20-30mm scale football sized figure would not be worth printing out and making into a papermini.
Click here to download the free PDF from Google Drive.
Please check out my Patreon site for more paper miniature downloads. Some free PDF sets are readily available too.
I thought I would get the ubiquitous Republic clone troopers from the Clone Wars out of the way before we get swept up by Rogue One fever in the coming months.
These are just standard Phase II armour without any armour decorations. There are ten clone troopers and two clone commanders on the PDF. Everyone has one DC-15 blaster. Here is what you can do: Customise these troopers! Decorate it yourself with coloured markers, and write their name in the box.
Go to town on them with a Sharpie.
Rogue One, the first of the Star Wars anthology movies, will be released in six months. New stormtrooper types which will make their debut in the film have been introduced by Lucasfilm a couple of weeks ago.
The shoretroopers and the death troopers (I think I got the spaces right.)
We have no idea what the functions of these new stormtroopers are right now. If I were to guess, the shoretroopers are made of clones of Pauly Shore and the death troopers die immediately after wearing the uniform.
Do they even carry E-11s? I don't know.
It's been a while since I posted Star Wars RPG paper miniatures. So here is something that would break the silence: Imperial Royal Guards! The red armoured guards which was first introduced in Return of the Jedi.
As a bonus, I've included Palpatine the nice and helpful former Senator from Naboo in the pack. He is such a pleasant fellow. I might have printed the ones in the photo wrong somehow. They came out too dark instead of bright red.
All the way from Star Wars: The Clone Wars are the Coruscant Security Force personnel stationed deep in the underworld sectors and here are some paper miniatures if you want to play one, or have a whole squad as backup (or as opposition).
We are now back in the Classic Trilogy era after a foray into The Force Awakens paper miniatures for an entry or four. Rebel Alliance's SpecForce battalions are many. Among them are the SpecForce Pathfinders and SpecForce Infiltrators. A mixed SpecForce squad comprised the rebel commando strike team that sabotaged the Endor shield generator.
The Guavian Death Gang could conceivably be your player characters' generic criminal enemies in your RPG campaign. Don't forget to take into account the Guavian Security Soldiers' illegal cybernetics that boost their agility and strength while allowing them to network with each other using high-frequency datastreams as they fight your players.
Ground troops and the fighter pilots of the Resistance!
Underfunded, understaffed and far from resupply sources the General Leia Organa's Resistance do what they can to fight the First Order in their own territory.
Perhaps I should continue with paperminis from The Force Awakens no?
Here are a bunch of First Order Snowtroopers and Flametroopers for your tabletop use, should you even find yourself about thirty years after the Battle of Endor and shunted into the new canon timeline.
I'm sure someone will be wanting to run Star Wars RPG campaign set in The Force Awakens era, so here are the first of many paper miniatures to help you on your tabletop. Four of them carry the Sonn-Blas F-11D blaster rifle, another four the Sonn-Blas SE-44D blaster pistol and the final four are the wielders of the Z6 riot control baton, which is different from the Z-6 rotary blaster.
It's that random time of the week/month/year again when I draw and release a new free set of Star Wars RPG paper miniatures for your player characters to tangle with on your tabletop.
Imperial Naval Troopers and the new Imperial Combat Drivers (from Star Wars Rebels)!
L-R: C-21 Highsinger, Duchess Satine Kryze, Queen Miraj Scintel, Rako Hardeen, Sugi, Wolffe (phase two costume)
It's been quite a while since I made some Star Wars RPG paperminis. So here are some new ones from Star Wars The Clone Wars! Includes a surprise batch of mooks on the PDF!
L-R: Embo, Aurra Sing, Bo-Katan, Ahsoka Tano (fugitive costume), Asajj Ventress (bounty hunter costume), Rex (phase two costume)
For a bunch of folk on different sides of and profiteering from a war, they look good together. The character design for The Clone Wars animated series was amazingly done, although Aurra Sing was designed for The Phantom Menace.
It was a slow work day and I got bored. So I played with the Star Wars RPG paper miniatures I made.
No new paper minis. No game sessions. Just me playing with some cheap, homemade Star Wars toys. After a fashion.
Here are some Hutt goons storming into Chalmun's Cantina at Mos Eisley, leaving their protocol droid by the door. The Ortolan cook has enough of their crap.
An Imperial officer leads a collection of troopers down into the cantina's basement, perhaps for some hooch for the battalion.
Out in the streets of Mos Eisley, a phalanx of assassin droids attempt to corner some Imperial troops.
Three Chiss ladies and their coterie of astromech droids run this YT-1300 light freighter.
Alliance troops and pilots investigates the YT-1300. A LOM-series protocol droid scurries to safety.
A Gran and a Gand are imprisoned while an officer leads a squad of Imperial Radiation Zone Troopers to guard the prison block for some reason.
A group of simulated player characters faces off with Fonzie-posed TIE pilots and floating droids.
To download and assemble these paper miniatures for free, check out all of my paper miniature posts on the blog.
Once upon a time, I posted a PDF of astromech droid paper miniatures. Specifically, the R2-, R4- and R5-series astromech droids manufactured by Industrial Automatons.
Today, I post more astromech droids that you can use in your Star Wars RPG campaign! Specifically, the large outdated R1-series from Industrial Automatons, and C1-series astromech - newly-introduced in the all-new Star Wars animated TV series Star Wars Rebels! There might be one C-1 paper miniature that has 90% paint job of Rebels' C1-10P a.k.a. Chopper!
So now we have protocol droid paper miniatures for your Star Wars RPG campaign! LOM-series for bipedal insectoid species and C-series for bipedal mammalian species.
Everyone needs protocol droids when dealing with government, large organisations, corporations, royalty, kindergarten administration and other assorted middle management-heavy institutions! Also, if you have protocol droid player characters.
Here are paper minatures of some ladies who live and work in the Outer Rim Territorries. They might be scouts, colonists, doctors, outlaw techs, diplomats, hustlers, entrepreneurs, and wanderers. Wait! Wrong sci-fi franchise, but still applicable for the Star Wars Roleplaying Game!
As a bonus, there's also a Chiss version of the same ladies because Chiss stats for player characters are in the recent Enter the Unknown supplement for Star Wars Edge of the Empire. These could easily stand for Chiss scouts, traders and agents of the Chiss Expeditionary Defense Force from Csilla way out beyond the rim in Wild Space.
Download the Veril Line Systems' EG-4 and EG-6 power droids paper miniatures for your Star Wars Role-Playing Game campaign! GONK!