Can you help Judge Fool, a man from the hundred-and-first century, stop the Lords of Dust and Silence from eating all time (in reverse order, no less)? Fight through several eras of the far future and past, including the Lost Hyperboean Age of Grud the Barbarian. The 143-page adventure includes tips on handling alternate solutions, several paths to victory and defeat, and—probably most importantly—at least one opportunity to punch a dinosaur in the face. How can you go wrong?
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DramaScape has just released their newest map—a 48″ x 30″ Western Town! And it ain’t just the streets, folks, it’s all the insides of the houses and saloons, too. You can print it with squares, hexes, or no overlays at all. You also get the virtual tabletop files for online use.
The Western Town map also comes with an adventure for Savage Worlds and a description of the town of Syverfall, including locations and NPCs (with Savage Worlds stat blocks).
Need more for your own wild west? Check out the rest of the DramaScape line for wagons, mines, and caves while you’re at it.
David Jarvis, principal of Gun Metal Games, leapt at the chance to continue Daring Entertainment’s massive zombie apocalypse thriller setting when he heard Lee Szczepanik was stepping away from RPGs to focus on fiction writing. Lee, a fan of Gun Metal Games‘ Interface Zero, is happy to have the line in such capable hands, and will maintain a consulting and approval role to keep the flavor and direction of the series consistent.
We’re looking forward to seeing what comes from such a creative pair. Keep your eyes peeled. You don’t want the walking dead sneaking up on—or by—you!
Help start a whole new world of superheroics with the Daring Comics Kickstarter project! This four-color comic books setting for Savage Worlds comes from the creative team at Daring Entertainment and fully utilizes the Super Powers Companion (Second Edition).
The Kickstarter also includes the plans for multiple Mega-Event books. Think of them as a cross between a Plot Point Campaign and a comics cross-over story arc. Add one of those and—BAM!—you’re ready to start the high-flyin’ action.
The Daring Comics universe and Hellbrood (the first planned Mega-Event book) are definitely worth a look, so be sure to check out the Daring Comics Kickstarter project for full details on the books, the stretch goals, and some amazing make-me-a-part-of-it backer levels. It’ll be gone in a flash!*
*And that’s definitely with a lower-case f. We don’t need to be starting any super-trouble…
Rebuilding commerce in a post-apocalyptic Northern Midwest is a good way to make money. Boat trade should be an easy way to connect Wright Town to Geneva and Scrap City on Lake Michigan. Once on the lake, they may even be able to reach the open sea if the pre-War maps are right at all.
But first there’s the Haunted Straits. Is it really filled with vengeful spirits driving away outsiders? Can it be allowed to blocked progress? Can you stop it if it tries?
The Haunted Straits describes an isolated community, the history of the area, and the important NPCs. The Haunted Straits is filled with plot points specifically for the ENnie nominated Broken Earth setting from Sneak Attack Press, but could be used with any post-apocalyptic campaign.
Our own Clint Black and Jodi Black will be at Event Horizon Games this Saturday, August 2. If you’re anywhere near Raleigh, North Carolina, looking for a Savage Saturday event, your dreams have come true!
Did I forget to mention you’ll also be getting Charles White of Fabled Environments, David Hardee and Dan Smith of Pirate Press running their Battle for Oz setting, and Paul Coulter of Event Horizon Games? And that there are rumored to be door prizes? I should remember to mention that.
For more information or to participate, be sure to check out their Meetup page.
If you’re planning a little farther out, watch for Clint and Jodi at Dragon Con, August 29-September 1, in Atlanta. While you’ll likely find Jodi at the Beautiful Brains Books and Games booth most of the time, you can find them both at the Savage Sunday Night event, August 31. To sign up to play or run a game at Dragon Con, visit the Dragon Con Gaming Page today.
Normally, Savage Insider Volume 2 would be $4.49. But if you buy from one of the links on this page by August 4, you’ll get it for only $3.59. Considering it includes a $5 coupon for the Pinnacle Web Store and a 33% discount from StoryWeaver, you’re probably making money buying this magazine!
- A letter from Clint Black from us at Pinnacle,
- Two great adventures with bonus maps and minis,
- Returning favorite columns, including Designer’s Diary, Game Prep, Character Gallery, and Equipment Corral, and
- Exclusive sneak peeks and discounts.
But that’s just the highlights. Buy Savage Insider Volume 2 today and see everything that’s waiting for you!
Got the “oppressive heat is driving up my air conditioning bills and I have to water the animals more than normal and I just wish I could buy some really cool game stuff at a big ol’ discount because there’s too much sun in the sky and I think there are spiders in my shoes” blues? Sure you do. It happens to us all.
DriveThruRPG has you covered with their Christmas in July Sale! There are literally thousands of titles available at 25% off from dozens of publishers, with nearly 500 Savage Worlds titles on sale, including the newest East Texas University materials and the five newest Cast of Cards offerings from Warning Label.
This Town is Gonna Kill Me is the first of the SOB Stories for Streets of Bedlam. Enter a gritty world of crime, corruption, and desperation, and try to do some good. One year ago, someone talked a mild-mannered accountant out of throwing herself off a roof. When her savior goes missing, she looks for help in finding a man that a growing number of people hope will stay missing forever.
It’s your time to make a difference in someone’s life, this time for the better. If you can.