The monsters from Weird War I are now ready to print, play, and terrorize!
More than 40 original art pieces from triple Hugo award-winning artist Cheyenne Wright are inside, formatted for printing, folding, and using on your tabletop. The Horrors of Weird War I Figure Flats include everything from beast men to zombies and large critters you may need like the cloud hunter, gray mare, Teufelhunden, or slaughter machine. See the product page for a complete list here.
Download these versatile paper miniatures today!
Go ahead—challenge this strange new piecework world of Savage Rifts®!
Be whatever you were meant to be, no matter what dimension you once called home, with the form-fillable Savage Rifts® Character Sheet PDF. It joins several other free Savage Rifts® preview PDFs, ready and waiting on you!
As the tears in space widen and settle, the changes come ever closer to all of us—Savage Rifts® preorders, including all the physical items from the Kickstarter, will be available through BackerKit later this month!
Whether you’ve got rail baron dreams with prospector’s pockets or you think there’s no point in buying bacon when beans’ll do, we have just the thing for you—The Sixth Gun RPG Player’s Guide PDF!
The Sixth Gun RPG Player’s Guide PDF has all of the player information from the front of The Sixth Gun RPG in one handy PDF. It also comes with a site license that covers your gaming group!* And all this at a low fraction of the price of the full book!
And for you retailers out there, it’s time to stock up! You can now order the softcover version of The Sixth Gun RPG straight from our fine fulfillment partners, Studio 2 Publishing.
* Be sure to actually read that license, though. It’s pretty generous for a PDF license, but don’t go too crazy on us.
Yes, that’s with an “s” at the end of “novels”!
The first in the line of Deadlands novels from Visionary Books/Tor Books was released last year to glowing reviews. Ghostwalkers by Jonathan Maberry is now available in paperback in the mass market. Wherever you like to buy books, you should be able to get a copy there!
The second book is now available for preorder, with the release of the first edition coming in late September. Thunder Moon Rising, by Visionary’s own Jeffrey J. Mariotte, is another thrill-ride into the Weird West! As a wave of brutal killings sweeps through Arizona, all rumors point to things not quite beasts, but not quite men!
See the Weird West through fresh eyes, and settle in for a long, dark night of (d)reading…
Creator Comics posted a review of The Cackler (Part 3) graphic novel on YouTube.
John compared The Cackler to the graphic novelization of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower, saying “that Cackler beats it in every way, shape and form.”
Time is nearly up to preorder your copy of the limited edition hardcover of the Cackler Graphic Novel and discover the secrets of one of Deadlands‘ oldest mysteries.
The Cackler Graphic Novel preorders through Backerkit end July 11. You’ve got less than a week to sign up, so don’t dawdle, cowpoke. Don’t be some sad chance-missin’ varmint.* Preorder today.
* This could be as bad as when you were a kid and you got distracted trying to figure out how many butterflies it took to make a pat of butter and missed the bus for the really cool field trip to the big library downtown. That happened to everyone, right?
The ENnies Nominees for 2016 are out, and Stone and a Hard Place is nominated for Best Adventure! We all knew Matt Cutter’s big ol’ Deadlands campaign adventure was great, and it’s exciting to see you agree!
Now it’s time to see some things for yourself! Go read the full list of 2016 ENnies Nominees—there’s a few other Savage Worlds licensees on the list, too. If you’ve not gotten a copy of Stone and a Hard Place yourself, be sure to get a copy of it and the Stone and a Hard Place Player’s Guide. It has all the player information from the front of the Plot Point Campaign, and it’s a totally free download!
The fine folks of Critical Role played a Deadlands game for their recent charity drive. Critters* everywhere got a good dose of Deadlands, including the Critical Role crew themselves—it was their Marshal’s first shot at running Savage Worlds! Don’t miss the full video of Critical Role’s Deadlands One Shot!
While we’re super excited to see folks play our games and introduce them to what might be a whole new crowd of players, we want to thank Critical Role. Their fund-raiser brought in over $50,000 for MDA. The Muscular Dystrophy Association is fighting against muscular dystrophy, ALS (Lou Gehrig‘s disease), and related diseases and disorders. We’re always happy any time we can be involved in a fight like that in even the smallest way.
Thanks again, and good job, Critical Role gamers!
* Critters is actually what the fans of Critical Role refer to themselves as, so I’m told. I’m not just making fun of people. I’m way too nice for that. Hey, is that lightning—
You guys are a clever bunch of monkeys, and it’s always interesting to see what you’ll come up with using the Savage Worlds Fan License.
Geeksville.us made a Savage Worlds Adventure Card Generator. You plug in your own text and effects, upload a picture, and you get a Savage Worlds Adventure Card ready to print and add to your Savage Worlds Adventure Deck!
Even if you can’t think of a card you want to make, several of the cards other folks have made are available on the Geeksville Savage Worlds Adventure Cards page. See what others have come up with, and watch that resource grow as more fans join in!
The Threats from Gallifrey podcast has a new episode—Moving On Savagely—in which Savage Tim celebrates getting his Rippers books. He also talks about running games at Gen Con and with WNY Savages. Finally, he offers up some excellent tips on converting other games or settings to Savage Worlds.
It’s nice to hear someone excited about getting their mail!