They’re here! They’re really here!
The special Deadlands GM Screen inserts from the Cackler’s Challenge are now available! Exciting new art, art from the Cackler graphic novel, and fully updated rules and tables make this the best thing to put in sleeves at your table since, well, arms!
For the full details on downloading, be sure to check out the latest Stone and a Hard Place Kickstarter update!
Let Lady Luck smile on you—enter to win a free copy of the second Deadlands novel, Thunder Moon Rising! Join the posse to root out whatever’s been mauling mule trains and killing settlers, and try to live long enough to see the Thunder Moon come into the sky!
Catch up on the whole line of TOR Deadlands novels before it gets too big—grab a copy of the first book, Ghostwalkers from Jonathan Maberry, and satisfy your cravings for Weird West adventures.
Celebrate your love of gaming with the Christmas in July Sale at DriveThruRPG. Get 25% off on hundreds of gaming titles, and treat yourself and your friends to a great summer!
But you need to hurry—there’s not a whole lot of July left!
The final version of the Mutant Chronicles for Savage Worlds PDF is now available on Backerkit. If you weren’t able to catch the Kickstarter from Savage Worlds Licensee Modiphius Entertainment, you should see the PDF available in a few weeks.
Mutant Chronicles takes you on a full-throttle diesel-punk ride through a solar system beset by corporate intrigue and the invasion of the Dark Legion. Technology is failing due to the insidious effects of the Dark Symmetry, and mankind must fight back against the Dark Legion hordes while dealing with in-fighting and conspiracy. With the Savage Worlds Edition, you can play during the early days of the Dark Symmetry, through to the brutal Corporate Wars.
Investigate foul cults as technology turns against mankind, fight the armies of the Dark Legion as they pour forth from citadels, and battle for humanity’s future!
Savage Worlds Licensee Ravendesk Games is launched the Herald: Lovecraft & Tesla RPG Kickstarter campaign. Join the fight against the unspeakable as the stories from the Herald comic come to life, combining science fiction, horror fiction, and historic figures of the Roaring Twenties. Heck, you can even play your very own great grandparents!
Be sure to check out the Herald Kickstarter for full details on rewards, backer levels, and really cool add-ons!
It’s a wonderful time to have backed the Rifts® for Savage Worlds Kickstarter—there are five new releases ready for your download! The Game Master’s Handbook and four new combat maps are waiting for you to enjoy them.
For those of you who missed the Kickstarter, don’t worry. You’ll get your chance at everything, including today’s releases, in time. Until then, check out our free preview materials for Savage Rifts®!
ENnies award voting is only open a few more days! Be sure to take a look at the list of nominees and pick your favorites. If your favorites were the three Savage Worlds nominees, that wouldn’t hurt our feelings at all.
The Deadlands Plot Point Campaign Stone and a Hard Place is up for Best Adventure. If you’re not familiar with Matt Cutter’s tale of the Servitor of Death, you owe it to yourself to fix that! Heck, you can even get the Stone and a Hard Place Player’s Guide for free!
Licensee High Rock Press has been nominated for Best Monster/Adversary for their Larger Than Life: Savage Worlds Edition. Check it out and add the unique flavor of American tall tales to your games.
Licensee Mutha Oith Creations is in the running for Best Interior Art for Low Life. If you’ve never looked at it, you definitely should—it’s art like you’ve likely never seen before!
Voting closes July 21, so make sure your voice is heard!
Yes, we know The Gamers: Episode 1 Kickstarter isn’t actually a game, much less a Savage Worlds product, but you really should check it out.
Dead Gentlemen Productions is a cool film-making group responsible for the classic The Gamers series. Not only is it a fun and clever series, but it has a 75% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes! They’ve got strong ties to the gaming industry and the gamers’ psyches. They helped our friends at Carolina Game Tables with their Kickstarter video and are being supported by Savage Worlds Licensee Rogue Genius Games.
Most importantly, they’re seriously funny. Seriously! Don’t let The Gamers: Episode 1 Kickstarter pass you by!
The beginning of the end is nigh! The Apocalypse Campaign Guide for Savage Worlds Kickstarter is coming soon, and for all of us!
Savage Worlds Licensee Daring Entertainment launches their Kickstarter for the Apocalypse Campaign Guide on July 25. Start your campaigns at the end of the world, or run your group through globe-shattering change with the information in this handy guide.
The portents are clear. Watch the skies. Be there July 25.
In the old days, you had to slog through the mud yourself, braving mustard gas and bombardment to get your piece of the horrors of trench warfare. Now it’s almost creepily easy—Weird War I preorders are now open on BackerKit.
Now everyone can order the vintage style canvas messenger bag, or the yellow long sleeve Ultra Cotton “Dulce et Decorum Est” T shirt designed by award-winning artist Cheyenne Wright!
We’ve been hosting the Weird War I preorders on the Pinnacle Web Store before, but the BackerKit preorders are working out well, especially for our friends in the European Union. If you are in the EU and preordered through peginc.com, be sure to let Jodi know, and we’ll get you moved over to take advantage of the much friendlier EU shipping and tax breaks.
We’ll be locking down the original Kickstarter backers and public preorders by early to mid-August, with shipping for everyone starting shortly thereafter!