one of the primary problems of Saga (and I suspect of all the d20-based versions of the game) is that building adventures takes quite some time, and there are basically no published modules (there are a number of free adventures, though, in particular the Dawn of Defiance series) for Saga, and only a few for d20 (I do have Tempest Feud, in particular).
In some sense, the various sourcebooks help by providing sets of encounters which in theory can be strung together to create full-length adventures.
However, Dawn of Defiance is the only full adventure path available (and I've already played it, of course...).
So, a couple of questions arise:
- Which other modules exist, and how good are they?
- Which other games can provide modules/scenarios that can imported?
Star Wars Saga Edition
- Dawn of Defiance (official): a very good series set in the Force Unleashed era (right after Episode VI). Only suffers at very high levels, when the game tends to break down (like most d20 systems, AFAIU)
- Iridonian Darkness (official): not part of a series, designed for the Knights of the Old Republic era. Good but short, some elements may be reusable in a longer game
- The Fell Star (official): part of the Scum & Villainy supplement, a good introductory adventure for "fringe" characters
- Eve of Destruction (fan): a series set in the Legacy Era, I know near to nothing about it
- Tempest Feud (official): a longer adventure set on Tatooine in the Rise of Empire era (pre-Clone Wars). I think a (fan) Saga conversion may be available somewhere
- Short modules from WotC website (official): there were some twenty freely downloadable adventures on WotC's website. I've got all of them, and have converted a couple (Gun Nut, in particular). Most are quite short.
There were several adventures for the WEG d6 edition, but I'm not familiar with them. Ironically, the only one I have is the one that was translated to Saga as part of Dawn of Defiance (Planet of Evil).
A very incomplete listing, as I'm not terribly familiar with space opera games outside Star Wars.
- Ashen Stars: this is a GUMSHOE dark-ish space opera game, more tuned to represent a Star Trek-like universe than Star Wars. However, the adventures (collected in "Dead Rock Seven") are rather good, as often happens with Pelgrane Press. I'm slowly converting them to Saga.
- Traveller: an old-school space opera game. I'm asking over at the Traveller forum about the adventures.