It’s now easier than ever to access the SWAG (Savage Worlds Adventurer’s Guild) portal over at DriveThruRPG.
Just hover over the “FORUM” tab (directly above this article if you’re reading it on our site) and under it you’ll find the link to access the SWAG portal where you can purchase incredible, even award-winning, community-generated content for Savage Worlds.
You’ll also find all the info you need to publish your own gaming material through the Savage Worlds Adventurer’s Guild!
Our official Savage Worlds podcast, the PEGShow, already has a dozen fantastic episodes available for you to enjoy with more on the way!
If you haven’t yet had a chance to listen, in each episode host Ron Blessing (Pinnacle Community Manager) chats with contributors to the ever-expanding universe of Savage Worlds.
To date, the PEGShow has welcomed folks like PEG COO and Managing Editor, Jodi Black, David Jarvis of “Ace” licensee, Gunmetal Games, John Goff (Deadlands, Deadlands Noir, and many others), Howard Brandon from Savage Mojo, Knight Errant Media’s Christian Nommay, and Pinnacle Customer Service guru, Christine Lapp.
This past week, Ron sat down with Larry Correia, the author of the New York Times bestselling action fantasy series Monster Hunter International, to discuss how the series was translated into a new setting for Savage Worlds published by Gallant Knight Games.
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Will Thompson of the League of Gentlemen Explorers posted a brand new video review of Fire and Earth, our latest 32-page Plot Point Campaign for Pinnacle’s pirate fantasy setting 50 Fathoms!
If you’re not familiar with the League of Gentlemen Explorers, Will and his group have already live-streamed a number of gaming sessions including Deadlands and Deadlands Noir, with all-new adventures in the world of 50 Fathoms setting sail soon!
Check out Will’s review and be sure to subscribe to the League of Gentlemen Explorers on both Twitch and YouTube so that you don’t miss a moment of adventure.
If you’ve ever considered spicing up your Deadlands adventures with dynamic sound effects, look no further than the upcoming Kickstarter from Savage Worlds licensee Plate Mail Games.
Plate Mail Games was started by professional sound designer Wes Otis in 2013 to provide high quality audio for tabletop games and LARPs. The Kickstarter will help launch the Deadlands Audio Collection: over 40 ambient background loops, event tracks (gun fights, mysterious rituals, and saloon brawls), and musical elements that will bring a new dimension to your Deadlands games.
Horror and the Weird West come to life with the Deadlands Audio Collection launching this Friday, February 21st on Kickstarter.
Follow Plate Mail Games on Twitter and Facebook to ensure you don’t miss out, and be sure to check out their extensive library of audio files currently available on DriveThruRPG.
The wait is over! The Deadlands Lost Colony core rulebook is NOW available as a PDF directly from our store as well as from DriveThruRPG.
The Last War on Earth destroyed the “Tunnel,” the galactic wormhole between home and the colonists of the Faraway System. Now they’re trapped in the mining colonies of deep space or the lone inhabitable and often hostile planet of Banshee. Ancient and evil creatures called the Skinnies see their chance to strike, rallying Banshee’s native anouks to wipe out the invaders. The only ship capable of traveling between systems, Hellstromme Industries’ Unity, has returned. And with its cargo comes a final Reckoning.
Deadlands Lost Colony is a roleplaying game set in the award-winning, best-selling Deadlands series. It requires the Savage Worlds Adventure Edition game system.
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The settlement is recorded on most maps and official documents as Lowry, but nearly everyone in the Belt knows it by another name… Widowmaker.
Widowmaker is a mining settlement deep in the asteroid belt far above Banshee. This supplement for Deadlands Lost Colony written by John Goff (Deadlands Classic and Deadlands Reloaded, Deadlands Noir, and many others), provides further details for the Game Master to set their own adventures there, as well as two creepy Savage Tales featuring several dangerous and potentially deadly threats.
As one enthusiastic playtester put it, “Widowmaker is Outland meets Event Horizon in the Way Out West!”
Order your copy of Widowmaker for Deadlands Lost Colony from our store today, and get ready to stake your claim in the vacuum of deep space.
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If you want to dive right into your next Deadlands Lost Colony campaign (or if you’re looking for some quick pregenerated options for an upcoming convention game), we now offer a PDF set of 12 over-sized Archetype Cards that you can print-and-play right at home.
Archetypes in this set include:
- Anouk Shaman
- Anouk Warrior
- Colonial Ranger
- Anouk Scout
- Colonial Ranger
- Former EXFOR Soldier
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Introducing Dungeon Delve, a brand new fantasy roleplaying zine from Aaron Acevedo (PEG Art Director) and his company Sigil Entertainment Group, bringing dungeon crawls to fans of Savage Worlds!
Dungeon Delve’s 32-pages include an adventure generator by Alan Bahr (Tiny Dungeon), a short story by John Wick (7th Sea), a hoard of magic items, brand new monsters, dozens of deadly traps, and much more!
The Kickstarter for Dungeon Delve goes live today, so don’t miss your chance to descend into the depths of #zinequest2.
This weekend, Savage Worlds descends on the Hyatt Regency Aurora-Denver Conference Center for GenghisCon 2020!
GenghisCon hosts one of the largest (if not THE largest) Savage Saturday Nights with at least 20 scheduled games! Also, this year keep your eyes out for a host of Savage Worlds-related guests including PEG Community Manager Ron Blessing, Sean and Robin Bircher, David Lapp of Pine Box Entertainment, Tracy Sizemore, Darrell Hayhurst, and Karl Keesler as well as our actual play compatriots, the always fun cast of Saving Throw’s WildCards plus the cast of the Sounds Like Crowes podcast.
Alternatively, if you’re in the Los Angeles area, OrcCon (held at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport) will be hosting its very first Savage Saturday Night coordinated by Scott Woodard (The Savage World of Flash Gordon™) and the Southern California Savages! Be sure to visit the OrcCon site for more information.
Now that the ship has returned to port and all the passengers have gotten their land legs back, it’s time to reflect on this year’s phenomenally successful Savage Cruise!
Rocky Mountain Savages tour guides Chris Fuchs, Christopher Landauer, and Steve Kellison were thrilled to host Pinnacle luminaries, Shane Henlsey, Clint Black, and Jodi Black along with almost 100 Savage Worlds fans from North America and Europe on the inaugural Savage Cruise.
Over 60 games were played over nine days in four countries (including a river, a gulf, a channel, and a sea) making this the longest and most unique Savage Worlds event to-date. The group survived a 6.7 earthquake, a three-foot tsunami, and Chris Fuchs’ karaoke. They also experienced a 21-gun salute, close encounters with stingrays, sharks, gators, and sea turtles, an all-you-can eat buffet, haunted mansions, and even a submarine.
The Rocky Mountain Savages are currently planning a shorter encore event this fall that’s a little closer to home, so if you’d like information about the next Savage Expedition, visit their website where you’ll find a sign-up form and galleries from this year’s Savage Cruise.