They say the third time’s the charm and boy do we have an amazing third issue of Savage Worlds Explorer for Print + PDF purchase today!
Between the covers of Issue #3, you’ll find:
“Movie Night,” a supremely scary new scenario of the silver SCREAM for East Texas University written by the one-and-only Ed Wetterman.
“The Black Claw,” a high-flyin’ (and high-kickin’) martial arts-driven adventure by Terry Whisenant for use with the Super Powers Companion.
The next exciting chapter of Savage Tales of the Red Band for The Last Parsec titled “Ionized on Kalran-3” written by Matthew Cutter.
PLUS an Artist Spotlight on the supremely talented Aaron Riley.
If you’re attending Gen Con this week, swing by Studio 2 Publishing (#2029) and pick up this issue as well as Issue #1 and Issue #2 of Savage Worlds Explorer.
Well, looky here, amigos! We’ve got yet another spoiler from There Comes a Reckoning, the upcoming expansion for Doomtown: Reloaded.
Say hello to the Tombstone Epitaph Branch Office! And speaking of news, as we gear up for the Kickstarter and Gen Con, our pardners over at Pine Box Entertainment will soon be featuring a week of articles written by the There Comes a Reckoning playtest team featuring the Servitors and strategies using the new Legend Card type.
There’s plenty to look forward to for Doomtown: Reloaded fans, so keep your eyes on us and the Pine Box Entertainment website so you don’t miss a thing.
Mark your calendars, pardners because the Kickstarter for the new Tales from the Epitaph supplement for Doomtown: Reloaded launches July 18th.
This all-new supplement, crafted by the fine folks over at Pine Box Entertainment, features the Biggest of the Bads from Deadlands history: the Reckoners!
And next month, Pine Box Entertainment will also be running the Evil is a Choice tournament for Doomtown: Reloaded at Gen Con 2017. This event will be your chance to play Doomtown: Reloaded with the new Legends card type and score a limited, full bleed, Servitor promo card. The winner of this event will also have the opportunity to choose the name of a Legend that will appear in a future release.
Tickets for this tournament are still available here, so get yours today to ensure your seat at the table for this Friday, August 18th event!
Visit the Tales from the Epitaph website for more details!
Even though Gen Con 50 is still several weeks away, those planning on attending will want to clear some space on their calendar now for both of our scheduled seminars on Saturday, August 19th at the Crowne Plaza, Victoria Station, in Room C/D:
From 5-6pm, it’s the official PEG Seminar where you’ll get all the scoop about upcoming Pinnacle and Pulposaurus plans straight from the mouths of those on the inside!
Immediately after that, from 6-7pm, stay in your seats as we hand the mics over to several of our awesome Official Savage Worlds Licensees to find out what Savage excitement they have in store for the future!
While the Kickstarter for our next Doomtown: Reloaded supplement, Tales from the Epitaph, is still a few weeks away, we’re already making a few plans for Gen Con 2017 that Doomtown fans won’t want to miss.
The Evil is a Choice event will be your chance to play Doomtown: Reloaded with the new Legends card type and score a limited, full bleed, Servitor promo card (just like Dr. Darius Hellstromme pictured here). You’ll swear allegiance to a Servitor of your choice and then fight for supremacy alongside them. The winner of this event will have the opportunity to choose the name of a Legend that will appear in a future release!
Follow the link to this upcoming event and get your tickets now to guarantee your spot at the tables!
Jeannine has started to get emails from people running our games at GenCon 50, but we know there are still more out there!
Are YOU running Savage Worlds games at Gen Con 50? Want free stuff?!?
You can get free goodies and even a FREE Savage Worlds Red Twill Shirt for running 4 or more registered games. It all starts with emailing Production Assistant PEGJeannine@gmail.com with your confirmation email from GenCon. She needs to know how many Savage Worlds games you are running (homebrew settings are welcome) to figure out how much free stuff to give you. And there’s still time to submit games to Gen Con!
You don’t want to miss out on the fun of Gen Con’s 50th anniversary celebration. Email Jeannine today!
Origins is now behind us, and Gen Con is coming up fast. Be sure to mark your con-calendars with a few important seminar times!
- PEG Seminar—3:00 pm Saturday, Crowne Plaza Grand Central Ballroom A/B
Come on in and sit a spell with the fine folks here at Pinnacle in the swankified new space con organizers gave us! Catch up with what we’ve been up to, find out secrets of what’s coming next, and see how everything is going. History suggests that Shane will let at least a few things slip that he shouldn’t, so be sure to get a front row seat!
- Savage Worlds Licensee Seminar—4:00 pm Saturday, Crowne Plaza Victoria Station A/B
That’s right, the licensees get their own time this year. Just head over to Victoria Station (where the PEG seminar has been in recent years) to stick around and see what all Savage Worlds goodness is coming your way from all our gaming friends and allies.
Oh, and there’s all that Savage Worlds gaming. Be sure to check the program for the games you want, and be sure to let our own Jodi Black know what games you’re running. And, of course, don’t forget the amazing Sixth Gun RPG game run by Cullen himself on Thursday evening at 4+ Star Rock Bottom Brewery—check the Sixth Gun RPG Kickstarter for full details.
See you in Indy!
The priority event deadline has come and gone, but you can still catch the train to fun town—register your games for Gen Con today! To all you hardy souls who’ve already submitted, our thanks. I bet your games fill up faster than a water balloon on a fire hydrant!
Unfortunately, we might’ve sold you a bit of a bum steer—not full-out Los Diablos hell-herd, but the fine folks from Gen Con registration had some clarifications for us.
- Don’t start your Savage Worlds scenario titles with “[SVG]” after all. They have to strip that out on their end. Just be sure to select “Savage Worlds” as the game system, and you’ll be listed correctly.
- Leave the company name field blank. Pinnacle isn’t sponsoring these as official events according to Gen Con’s criteria. If a blank field is going to keep you up nights with terror-filled flashbacks to standardized testing, consider working with a few other GMs to come up with a group name and primary contact person to manage your games. Gen Con will try to keep those fan-run events together in the listings.
Something that didn’t change, though, is that you need to e-mail Jodi Black, our Marketing Manager, with your game title and code to get details on goodies for you and your players. That includes the elusive invitation to hang with the Pinnacle crew on Thursday night.
If you’ve already registered, don’t worry. You just might see an edit or two to your registration, and now you’ll know why.
If you want priority registration for your Gen Con games, you have to register your games by this Friday, February 6. You’ll get better slots* for your games before that. If you don’t make that cut-off, you can still register until March 13, but why wait?
Remember to start your Savage Worlds scenario titles with “[SVG]” so you’re easier to find, keep the titles under 30 characters for the best chance of making the printed program, and be sure to e-mail Jodi Black, our Marketing Manager, with your game title and code to get details on goodies for you and your players. That includes the elusive invitation to hang with the Pinnacle crew on Thursday night.
Register now, and watch for us there!
* Not only do the more popular slots go faster, but you have a better shot at getting your requested slots as a priority game registrant. Plus, you can call yourself a Gen Con PGR. Nobody will know what you mean, but, hey, it sounds cool.
It’s that time again—time to get your games submitted for Gen Con 2015! Submissions are already being accepted, and placement priority goes to those with events in by February 6.
For those of you who are running Savage Worlds games at Gen Con or are interested in it, thanks! You’re the folks who will keep the Gen Con program full of Savage Worlds options and bring the game to new and old friends alike.
To sign up to run a Savage Worlds game, create your Gen Con account and submit your games via their web system. Be sure to start your scenario title with “[SVG]” so you’re easier to find. You’re more likely to make the cut into the printed program guide with a Scenario Title under 30 characters and a Scenario Description of 50 characters or less. This is where all that Twitter practice finally pays off!
If you’re running a Savage Worlds game, be sure to e-mail Jodi Black, our Marketing Manager, with your game title and code. She’ll set you up with details on goodies for your players and our thanks to you for running two or more games!* That thanks is definitely going to include at least coupons/gift certificates and an invitation to hang with the Pinnacle crew on Thursday night. Don’t forget that Gen Con also offers a free badge for GMs who meet their criteria.
We’ll have more details on all the Savage Worlds Gen Con doin’s as it gets closer. For now, be sure to get in your games and plan on seeing us there!
* Okay, what you’ve really got to do is run 48 player-hours of Savage Worlds games. If you run two four-hour games for six people (the most common set-up), that takes care of that (2 games times 4 hours times 6 players equals 48 player-hours). Sounds pretty easy when you put it that way, doesn’t it?