This weekend catch up with Pinnacle Entertainment Group’s very own John Goff (Deadlands Classic and Reloaded, Deadlands: Hell on Earth Classic and Reloaded, Deadlands Noir, The Last Parsec, not to mention many, many One Sheets and other adventures) at Great Falls Gaming Rendezvous 2017 in Great Falls, Montana.
John is this year’s Gaming Guest of Honor and it looks like he’s going to be quite busy running games (of course) and participating in a number of panels discussing everything from dungeon crawls to time travel to the Weird West!
To find out more about GFGR 2017, visit their website!
While the new Deadlands adventure, Shootout at the Circle-R Corral originally appeared in the second jam-packed issue of Savage Worlds Explorer, you can now get your mitts on the PDF of the adventure alone for just $2.99!
Recommended for characters of Seasoned Rank or higher, Shootout at the Circle-R Corral, written by Brand Manager John Goff, pits the posse against the Iron Men, a gang of bank robbers that rely on a wild array of gizmos and weird science creations to give them a decided edge over any small-town law dogs that might oppose them.
This adventure is recommended for characters of Seasoned Rank or higher, and requires the Savage Worlds core rules plus the Deadlands Player’s Guide and Marshal’s Handbook to play.
To order a complete Print+PDF copy of Savage Worlds Explorer Issue 2, just go here.
Brand Manager John Goff takes us back to the 1930s in His Brother’s Keeper, a thrilling, all-new adventure for Deadlands: Noir set in New Orleans.
Originally published in the pages of Savage Worlds Explorer Issue 2, His Brother’s Keeper (now just $2.99 for the PDF) takes the heroes from the Garden District’s posh mansions to the edge of the bayous and back again. It contains a mix of investigation and combat, and is suitable for characters of all Ranks, although the Marshal may want to toughen up the foes for Veteran or higher characters.
This adventure requires the Savage Worlds core rules and Deadlands: Noir to play.
His Brother’s Keeper was originally published in the Savage Worlds Explorer Issue 2. For a Print+PDF copy, go here.
This weekend (Memorial Day weekend for those in the U.S.) several convention-goers may just find themselves crossing paths with a few of us from Pinnacle Entertainment!
Catch up with Sean Patrick Fannon at Manticon 2017 in Bloomington, MN where he’ll be running a little Freedom Squadron set in David Weber’s Honorverse.
Find John Goff at MisCon 31, Missoula, Montana’s Science Fiction & Fantasy Convention where he’ll be doing panels on everything from game design to running successful campaigns as well as GMing Deadlands: Reloaded and Weird War II.
Lastly, Scott Woodard will be running The Sixth Gun RPG and a Flash Gordon RPG preview at KublaCon 2017 in Burlingame, CA.
As always, be sure to check our Conventions page to find out if your next con will be a savage one!
If you didn’t have the chance to get out and catch any of us at a convention last weekend, don’t worry. You can still find us later—heck, you don’t even have to wait a month!
John Goff and Cheyenne will both be at ConQuest SAC X, March 13-15. If you’re in the Sacramento area (or can get there), drop on by!
If you can’t make it there or want to plan a little further out, be sure to check out the Pinnacle Convention Schedule.
Space may be infinite, but Kickstarters aren’t. The Last Parsec Kickstarter project closes this Thursday, October 23, at 12:23 pm EDT (9:23 am PDT).
Don’t despair! You still have time to join up and grab a few more of our Stretch Goals. Just this week, Last Parsec Figure Flats II: Terrors of Deep Space were unlocked. That’s our ninth Stretch Goal so far, and the next ones mean more Last Parsec Miniatures for everyone getting any minis at all—at no additional cost! You can also get your hands on new add-ons, like Savage Worlds Deluxe, the Savage Worlds Science Fiction Companion, and the new custom Last Parsec Dice Set.
You’ll also have lots of things to remember us by! Just this week, we’ve put out John Goff’s latest Last Parsec One-Sheet, Catch of the Day. You can also get the Design Diary Volume 4 for more insights into the creation of The Last Parsec material. Remember, you can get all the Design Diaries, One Sheets, and other free resources (like the Last Parsec Character Sheet) from the Downloads section at the right of the Last Parsec page. And there’s always the entire Wendigo Tales Season 3 for you—six different tales of life in The Last Parsec, ready for your reading pleasure.
If you care about yourself at all, do yourself two little favors before it’s too late—get the full-size JumpCorp Asimov Logic poster so you don’t forget to take routine safety precautions and visit The Last Parsec Kickstarter project while you can still do something about it!
There’s about a week left on The Last Parsec Kickstarter project, but we’re not going quietly into that good, long, cold night! Well, how could we “go quietly”—you’ve pushed us way past our goal (over 700% funded) and unlocked eight separate Stretch Goals already. Tell your friends, and we’ll see just how far we can push the boundaries of outer space!
Be sure to keep an eye out for more Last Parsec news and freebies (like the JumpCorp poster). Remember, in space, no one can hear you scream “I can’t believe I missed it!”—be sure to visit The Last Parsec Kickstarter while you still can.
Looking for the convention-sized fun of meeting the Pinnacle crowd without the travel? Join us this weekend for a roundtable discussion with the creators from Pinnacle Entertainment Group* Saturday, October 11, 2:00 pm ET. This event is being sponsored by Aethercon (coming in November) and will be available later as a podcast episode if you miss it live.
Not quite willing to forgo the fun of meeting us face-to-face? You can catch John Goff at the Great Falls Gaming Rendezvous in Great Falls, Montana. This is your chance to talk to John away from the rest of us, where he might be more willing to spill secrets and dish the juicy gossip! Don’t miss it.
If you’re a little more southerly this weekend, drop by RinCon in Tucson, Arizona. You can catch Pinnacle founder, president, and jefe-muy-mucho** Shane Hensley. In fact, he’s a featured RinCon Guest of Honor! If you’re in the area, drop by and say “Hi.”
And in the not-as-far-as-it-once-was future, you can find a bunch of us at MACE in Charlotte, North Carolina, November 7-9. But there’ll be more on that later.***
* Yes, that’s us, but who doesn’t like to talk about themselves in the third person now and again? “Not he,” says I!
** And a shout goes out to my Spanish teachers, who are probably now embarrassed to be associated with me.
*** I would like to dedicate this paragraph of two lonely sentences that both start with conjunctions to all my old English teachers who would shake their heads in disappointment if they were reading right now. To you! — Joel
The Last Parsec Kickstarter project is still doing very well, and we have you to thank for that! For your direct support and contributions, we thank you, and for all your indirect support in spreading the word to others, we thank you just as much. Right now we’re at 650% funded, and we’ve got two more weeks to go!
For more Last Parsec materials, get the latest Last Parsec Design Diary in which we discuss faster-than-light travel. We’ve also got a new One Sheet for you to try—Ghosts in the Machine by Matthew Cutter. Freebies will continue to pile up in the right column of the Last Parsec page on our website, so keep an eye out.
Curious about what other people have to say? Check out Rob Justice’s remarks and be sure to read the hilarious Last Parsec: Chow Time playtest write-up on Living for Crits.
You can also catch a couple of Q&As with the authors: John Goff on Gamer XP and Matthew Cutter on Geeknative.
Be sure to watch here or the Last Parsec Kickstarter updates page for more news as it comes!