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I teach English to a Japanese couple. I discovered they like Star Wars 4: A New Hope. I imagine there are a million RPG adventures for it but I want one for the Fate-based Awesome Adventures system (as I bought the book in Australia for myself and I don't get reimbursed for expenses).

I want a adventure for two players with pre-generated characters — preferably a man and a woman — any necessary Star Wars setting info, a rather railroady plot so they can just play and get used to the system and the totally new experience of RPG roleplaying, while also learning English. I only have 1½ hours for the lesson but it can obviously be split over several lessons.

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Awesome Adventurers isn't just similar to Fate, it's built on top of the Fate system. It's one of Fate's many concrete adaptions into other systems. –  doppelgreener Aug 31 '14 at 7:59
I realised that after reading its second page- not many references to Fate RPG system. –  user2617804 Aug 31 '14 at 13:16
I have no experience with it, so I can't make it an answer in good conscience, but I found Star Wars Fate Edition without any difficulty. It is free, and if you want the Fate Core rules, they are also available both as pay-what-you-want and a [free SRD](fate-srd.com) so there would be no additional expense involved and the Fate concepts you know would carry over. –  gomad Sep 1 '14 at 8:00
I'm not looking for a system but an adventure. If you have one made for Star Wars Fate Edition then I will fiddle it back to Awesome Adventures System. –  user2617804 Sep 1 '14 at 10:41
I've poked around in all the usual places, but I don't see any Star Wars adventures written for Fate or for Awesome Adventures. Sorry man, might be out of luck. –  Archebius Dec 17 '14 at 19:19

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