Doomtown: Reloaded Trunk & Pledge Manager News

It turns out, there are a LOT of dudes in a complete collection of Doomtown: Reloaded! The good news is they’ll all fit (unsleeved) in our new Trunk with plenty of wiggle room for two sleeved decks for playin’ and to paw through and look for that missing promo card (see the attached photo).

We’ve also discovered our nifty Doomtown Deck Tins fit inside the Doomtown Trunk (and yes, it closes!). The Deck Tin holds a tournament deck sleeved and ready to play, with some promo cards and other favorite cards inside. If you want one of the Doomtown Deck Tins, let your Friendly Local Game Store know about our PledgeManager! Interested stores can also email Jodi Black (Chief Operations Officer and Managing Editor for Pinnacle Entertainment Group) at to order.

And yes you heard right, we have not yet closed the PledgeManager because we are still locking in a production schedule with the printer and shipper. We hope to have a definite date soon, though, so if you haven’t completed your backer survey now’s a great time to do it.

Pinnacle and Pine Box Entertainment can’t wait to bring There Comes a Reckoning and the Doomtown Trunk to your corner of the globe soon.


Licensee Spotlight: Battlefield Press, Inc. Launches Kickstarter for The Dinosaur Protocol

Savage Worlds licensee, Battlefield Press, Inc. is thrilled to announce the Kickstarter launch of The Dinosaur Protocol.

Sometime in the 21st Century, something broke the world. Mankind fled the surface, retreating into vast underground shelters where they could wait out the centuries until the Earth was habitable once more. But when we emerged from the darkness and prepared to retake our world, it was not as we remembered it. Something has happened to the world that once was. In the centuries without man, nature wound back the clock, returning the planet to an earlier, cleaner, more primal age. An age of dinosaurs!

Now humanity must choose – do we fight to reclaim our past, or do we make peace with the present and embrace a simpler future? Armed with the skills and technologies of our ancestors, do we struggle to recreate past glories, or will we use the second chance we have been given to avoid the mistakes of the past? Will human nature even give us the choice? Will we exterminate the reborn dinosaurs, enslave them, or something else? What will be your Dinosaur Protocol?

The Dinosaur Protocol will present a bestiary of prehistoric life, rules for encountering, battling, and wrangling dinosaurs, details on how to carve your own settlement from the primeval jungle, rules for scavenging ruined cities and ancient installations, and a guide to the World Reborn… Everything you need to create your own Dinosaur Protocol campaign.


Licensee Spotlight: BPB Games Launches Kickstarter for Savage Tokusatsu

Are you ready to defend the planet from raging hordes of marauding kaiju?

Tomorrow, Wednesday March 14th, BPB Games unleashes their Kickstarter for Savage Tokusatsu for Savage Worlds, and they’re looking for a few good mechs!

Savage Tokusatsu features new rules for creating iconic weapons, armor, and mechs as well as rules for co-piloted mecha combat, and a gritty rule set for facing down kaiju in more grounded games. The team has some incredible talent working on it, including Sean Patrick Fannon (Savage Rifts®) and Eran Aviram (Up to 4 Players).

Keep your eyes on the BPB Games Facebook and tumblr pages for up-to-the-minute Kickstarter launch info, and may the best mech win!


Licensee Spotlight: Dog House Rules’ Frontier Towns: Fort Griffin Savaged

Ideal for Deadlands, The Sixth Gun RPG, or your very own Weird and/or Wild West creation, Frontier Towns: Fort Griffin is a new Texas setting for Savage Worlds from licensee Dog House Rules.

Completely updated for use with Savage Worlds, DHR’s Fort Griffin features 154 jam-packed pages containing 17 fully-described establishments, 90 NPCs (both historical and fictional), and more than 100 adventure hooks (with DHR’s world-famous “Forks in the Road” alternatives for many of them). You also get a Personality Pack with 37 pages of character cards, plus a new Map Pack set of files with all the maps a Marshal or Game Master might need, including tiled versions for printing and assembling a tabletop map (with or without a grid) as well as VTT versions for online usage.

Take a gander at the official preview direct from Dog House Rules, or visit the product page at DriveThruRPG to order your copy of the Savaged version of Frontier Towns: Fort Griffin.


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