The newest Savage Insider—Volume 2—is just waiting for you to go snap it up. Response to the last issue was so good, they’ve bumped this one from 48 to 74 pages!
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!
Fittingly, the theme of Volume 2, the first by Obatron Productions, is rebirth and reinvention. Highlights in this issue include:
- 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.
The Christmas in July Sale won’t be here for long, so be sure to do your shopping today!
Oz is no longer the bright place it once was. Gone are the happier days of melting witches, terrified scarecrows, and a sky darkened by cute little flying monkeys. Now is the time to make Oz yours.
Pirate Press is ready to help bring Battle for Oz to your gaming table! For a limited time, buy any print edition of Battle for Oz and get the PDF free.
You’ll need every break you can get if you’re going to help free Oz from its tyrannical wizard overlord and his dark minions. The Battle for Oz needs you, and you need it. Don’t wait!
Every city’s got a story to tell. That’s nothin’. In Bedlam. every street, every street light, every cobblestone has a story to tell…and they all end in heartache.
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.
Geek Ken recently reviewed Sneak Attack Press‘ Broken Earth post-apocalyptic setting for Savage Worlds. If you’ve been looking for some thoughts on a good setting for your post-apocalyptic uses, check Geek Ken’s Broken Earth review to see if this is what you’ve been hoping for!
Both Savage Outfitter and Wild Card Creator now support the new Science Fiction Companion and the updated Super Powers Companion (Second Edition).
Whether you’re a fan of Journeyman Games‘ Wild Card Creator or use Serf Productions‘ Savage Outfitter, it’s never been quicker or easier to bring the latest material from the Savage Worlds Companions into your games!
Is this not a great age we live in? Seriously, if this gets any easier, we’re going to have apps to actually give us superpowers and star cruisers!
Battle for Oz, Pirate Press‘ much-anticipated new setting, is now available! Their banner setting and first book is available as a PDF, in print, or in a print-PDF combo.
Join a war-torn Oz as the tyrannical new wizard imposes his law on the once-tranquil lands. Take the role of a Tiger-Man resistance recruit, a young new Witch protecting your small village, or even an Outcast Winged Monkey working as a spy in the enemy’s service. With seventeen unique races and twenty-two prepared archetypes, your imagination is your only real limit!
This modernized Oz is taken from the canon created by L. Frank Baum himself with just a touch of horror. Loads of new material, including a story by our own Clint Black, expand and enrich one of the most recognizable pieces of fiction in American literary history.
Join the battle today!
With The Guns of Dagerov, the new adventure for Melior Via’s Accursed dark fantasy world, you and your allies get to confront the banes of Baba Yaga. Marching through Steppengrad in the winter is the kind of thing only fools would dare, but it’s exactly what you must do to turn the tides against the Grand Coven.
This full-length adventure written by Sean Patrick Fannon may be played as a stand-alone affair or nestled into the Plot Point Campaign included in Accursed. Don’t delay—rush your horrible monsters out into the bitter cold of winter and regret today!
See the frozen lands of Hellfrost in a detail never seen before! Back the Atlas of the Frozen North Kickstarter to unlock the secrets lost over countless millenia of snow and ice!
After many requests from devoted fans, Triple Ace Games is set to bring you the entire epic landscape of Rassilon. The Atlas of the Frozen North is currently set to be a 352-page hardcover book. In addition to the gorgeously detailed maps themselves, it will include rules for creating sacred places and expanded details on 49 other realms.
Check out the Atlas of the Frozen North Kickstarter today for full details on backer levels and rewards—and never be lost again!
GRAmel brings you The Queen of the Lost Valley, the sixth adventure for the Beasts & Barbarians fantasy settings for Savage Worlds.
The way through the Iron Mountains has been impassable for months. Surely you can help the enterprising merchant Jannah the Red evade or overcome the bandits of Justaios the Rebel. Perhaps you can use the long-forgotten pass Jannah has discovered on an ancient map and be the first to step into a valley left alone by civilization for centuries. Surely.
The Queen of the Lost Valley also includes a Book of Lore discussing the Iron Mountains, their savage people and a host of strange forgotten places.