Misfit Studios expands their line of highly focused small supplements for Savage Worlds with Super Powered: 10 HQ Add Ons for use with the recently-released Savage Worlds Super Powers Companion (Second Edition). With new rooms and extras for your super-team’s headquarters and a whole new category of HQ Hindrances, this may be just the spice you need to really make your super HQ sing!
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The Great Dune Sea—a land of howling wind, monstrous sand dunes, and an ever-changing water-free landscape—is widely regarded as a complete wasteland. But nomads still manage to tend to flocks, eke out a living, and survive in the sparseness.
Legends say there are several ruined cities swallowed by the sand. Sometimes, their ancient buildings peek out to offer their riches to the curious, the worthy, and the foolhardy.
- More information on Tamarni, the goddess of pleasure and the home,
- A guide to the hardship and possible origins of the windswept sands,
- New locations, major NPCs, minor deities and monsters, and
- A new Edge for those who wish to travel across the sandy wastes!
Smiling Jack’s Bar and Grill has released podcast Episode 24 featuring a slew of Savage Worlds guests, including Sean Patrick Fannon, Shawn Gore, Bill Keyes, Eloy Lasanta, Michael Surbrook, and Ross Watson. See, I wasn’t kidding about a “slew.”
Find out what’s up with their various endeavors, enjoy your hosts (Chris “Savage Mommy” Fuchs, Doug aka Steve, and Justin Suzuki), and stay for the interesting “pick your favorite Hindrance” question at the end!
There’s a mole in Red Jack’s Omega cell. Is it Acrobat, the former hero whose mentor died at Red Jack’s own hands? Could it be the ghostly Horseman? Perhaps the incomprehensible Golem? Or maybe the goth necromancer Nepththys? There’s only one thing that’s certain in that band of ne’er-do-wells—when the truth is revealed, someone will fall and fall hard!
Fallen—our newest addition to the Wendigo Tales fiction series—is from the pen of our very own Shane Lacy Hensley. Season Two continues in the world of Necessary Evil, where the super villains of earth have to fight an occupying alien force and their own baser natures to save the planet!
The recently-released Savage Worlds Super Powers Companion (Second Edition) is a significant update to the original Super Powers Companion. Because of the unique and comprehensive nature of the changes between the two, we’re doing something special for our friends who’ve supported the book since the beginning.
Normally, we provide an update document for new editions so you’ll know what, in particular has changed. This time, though, we’re giving you a basic text PDF with all of the rules from Character Creation through Headquarters, including the material that didn’t change. That gives you all of the most current rules in one place without flipping back and forth between the original and the update document.
If you compare the transition guide to the Savage Worlds Super Powers Companion (Second Edition), you might notice that some of the “fluff” is gone. Don’t worry—all of the rules are in there!
This isn’t something we’ve ever done before, and it’s not something we’re likely to do again. This time, though, we wanted to thank you for all your support in the past, present, and in the future!
While you’re at it, be sure to check out the rest of our freebies under Deadlands Downloads on the Deadlands page. You never know what you might find buried out in the Weird West once you start pokin’ around.
It’s been a big week for Savage Worlds reviews. The folks at Neuroglyph Games posted their review of the Science Fiction Companion on EN World. Last week, they posted their review of Savage Worlds Deluxe, and it sounds like we can look forward to their thoughts on the new Super Powers Companion next month.
There was also a review of Melior Via’s Accursed setting posted on Ain’t It Cool News. If you want to know more about the dark setting of monstrous veterans waging war against their former overlords [And, seriously, who doesn't?], go check it out!
Trail Guide: The Great Northwest for Fantasy Grounds is now available! A thick blanket of snow muffles the sounds of terror in a land where the cold and the hunger are both biting, sometimes literally! See if your posse can survive the Winter War being fought across Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho—a war most will never know of until it’s too late.
Trail Guide: The Great Northwest joins the existing catalog of Savage Worlds for Fantasy Grounds, expanding the frontier for both Deadlands and Smiteworks’ virtual tabletop gaming environment. Check out the whole list today, and get your game going across the globe—before the Reckoning claims it all, my frozen amigo!
With these setting files, you can use Lone Wolf’s popular Hero Lab software to quickly create and manage character sheets for two more Savage Worlds settings. Be sure to check out Hero Lab for Savage Worlds—including free demo downloads for Mac and Windows—today!
Roses are red, violets are blue, you’re in my head like a manitou. — Anonymous (Thankfully)
This Friday, we’ll announce a brand new kind of Deadlands game on our Facebook, Google+ , and Twitter pages. Like or Follow us and watch for the announcement Friday morning. The provided download link will allow you to get the first game in the new series absolutely free!
And be sure to have a wonderful Valentine’s Day, whether it’s with that special someone or just relaxing and enjoying the weekend!
(Update: You can now download the first release of Deadlands Tall Tales: Broken Hearts. Happy Valentine’s Day, folks!)