During the Battle of Lost Angels, a catastrophic earthquake tore Clover Mesa into four parts and revealed a motherlode of ghost rock at its center. Everyone from Kang’s triad to the Union to the Wasatch Rail Co. is after its riches, and they’ll do whatever it takes to seize them.
But Clover Mesa wasn’t always an object of desire. It used to be a dumping ground for the dregs of Maze society, and it was known by a different name back then—Manitou Bluff.
Return to Manitou Bluff is an adventure for Legendary Rank heroes, including all the people, places, and plots you need to run this epic tale. Take care, amigo! Things aren’t always what they seem, and sometimes death—or somethin’ worse—is hiding just around the bend. If your Legendary posse is looking for more excitement after completing The Flood, there’s no better place to send ’em than Manitou Bluff!
If you’ve got a ghoulish sort of curiosity, you might want to check out the Special Perdition Supplement of the Tombstone Epitaph. Read what the finest paper in the Weird West has to say about Clover Mesa without spending a nickel—plug, wooden, buffalo, or otherwise.
Get your copy of Return to Manitou Bluff in PDF today (from the Pinnacle PDF store, Studio 2 Publishing, or DriveThruRPG), preorder a print copy, or get the best of both worlds with the Print-PDF bundle (get the PDF immediately, the print copy as soon as it’s available, and a discount on the pair)!
If good things come in small packages and come to those who wait, then you can be doubly happy—Savage Worlds Deluxe: Explorer’s Edition is now shipping! Most of the pre-order books have been sent out, and many of you who pre-ordered may have your copy in your hands right now. Savage Worlds Deluxe: Explorer’s Edition is being shipped to distributors this week, and you can expect to see it in retail stores as early as Monday, August 13.
As always, we’re giving you one last chance at the Savage Worlds Deluxe: Explorer’s Edition Preorder Bundle—get the PDF and the printed book together for only $14.99! Don’t dawdle, as this offer will vanish from the web by next Tuesday.
If you missed it before, the Savage Worlds Deluxe: Explorer’s Edition is absolutely everything from the lavish, full-size, hardcover Savage Worlds Deluxe core rulebook packed into the wildly popular Explorer’s Edition softcover 6.5″ x 9″ form factor. Not only did we make the book smaller, we compacted the price down to $9.99, too!
We’re big fans of giving you options here at Pinnacle, too. So you can get the Savage Worlds Deluxe: Explorer’s Edition as a PDF (from the Pinnacle PDF Store, Studio 2 Publishing, or DriveThruRPG) or in print, and you can also still get the full-size, hardback Savage Worlds Deluxe as long as stocks remain or the full-size 8.5″ x 11″ PDF (also from the Pinnacle PDF Store, Studio 2 Publishing, or DriveThruRPG).
Reality Blurs has made the Shaintar: Legends Arise (Beta Players Guide) a free download. All they ask is that you check it out and give them your feedback on their forums.
Sean Patrick Fannon’s vision of epic high fantasy comes fully to life for Savage Worlds in this all new iteration, and this is your chance to be a part of it. Check out the download and let them know what you think. This generous excerpt from the first of two planned books is nearly two hundred pages, including the complete character creation rules.
Combining Sean Preston’s Reality Blurs (one of the original Savage Worlds licensees), Sean Patrick Fannon’s Shaintar (one of the most enduring Savage Worlds fantasy settings), and the fans of Savage Worlds (possibly the greatest crowd ever) can’t help but create a truly inspiring setting. Don’t miss the chance to be a part of it. Download your copy today!
Check out A Word in Edgewise…with Shane Hensley of Pinnacle Entertainment Group and read the Roleplayers Chronicle’s interview of our very own Shane Hensley.
If you find that you’re still curious about the fine folks that help make our gaming hobby a reality—or something really close to it—be sure to read the full series of A Word in Edgewise… interviews.
Savage Insider Issue 5, Mystical Throne Entertainment’s Savage Worlds e-zine, is available for free download at RPGNow.
This issue, CONventional Gaming, is dedicated to one-shot style adventures, perfect for running a game at a con. It also includes five free, ready-to-go adventures, most with a full set of six pregenerated characters included!
Keep your eyes open every quarter for a new issue.
Smiling Jack’s Bar and Grill makes plans to put a little spice into your summer Saturday nights. This week, the staff (sans Justin) were joined by Rocky Mountain Savages founders, Chris “Savage Mommy” Fuchs and Neal Hyde, with The Denver Gamers Association represented by Bill Stilson (President) and Tammy Stilson (Security Coordinator). The topic? Savage Saturday Nights.
Learn how to host a Savage Saturday Night, how to prep for one, and what it takes to build the right relationship with your local convention. You’ll also get an inside look into how the upcoming TactiCon Savage Saturday Night is shaping up.
Oh, and there might be a little announcement about a new Smiling Jack’s feature kicking off with our own Matthew Cutter as the first guest…
Deadlands Volume 1: Dead Man’s Hand is only available for preorder for one more week—July 31 is it, amigo! Visionary Comics’ collection of Image Comics’ Deadlands one-shots is only available by preorder, and it features two new short stories by Deadlands creators Shane Hensley and Matthew Cutter along with some additional gaming content.
For only $15, you can preorder the 120+ page, full-color, digest trade Deadlands Volume 1: Dead Man’s Hand for pick-up at Gen Con or Baltimore Comic-Con or for home delivery.
Just in case you think our impression is a little biased, check out the Flash Fires Mini Review: Deadlands Comics on Flames Rising for a second opinion!
Here’s another chance for you to make your voice heard—ENnie Awards voting is open until July 29.
We told you last week that our own Savage Worlds Deluxe core rulebook is nominated in the Best Game category and Reality Blurs‘ Agents of Oblivion is nominated in the Best Supplement category. What we didn’t know is just how strong a showing the Savage Worlds family would have in the Fan Favorite Publisher category.
Not only did you nominate Pinnacle Entertainment Group (for which we thank you), but there’s a host of Savage Worlds licensees as well: Atomic Overmind, GRAmel Editions, Mutha Oith Creations, Nevermet Press, Reality Blurs, Super Genius Games, and Triple Ace Games. Congratulations to you all! [There may even be more—nominees were not alphabetically sorted, so pay close attention.]
This is also your chance to vote for the 2013 ENnies judges. These are the folks who decide what submissions make it to open voting, so your votes for judges can make a real difference in the nominees.
So what are you waiting for? Go vote today!
As part of their 2012 ENnie Awards spotlight, Futile Position interviewed Shane Lacy Hensley, author of the ENnie-nominated Savage Worlds Deluxe and our own illustrious leader.
If you’ve ever been curious about how Shane spends his days, the development of Savage Worlds and Plot Point Campaigns, or what Shane thinks of his fans, go give it a read!
Join us in welcoming RKDN Studios as our newest licensee! Their first Savage Worlds project will likely be The Bestiary of the Curiously Odd.
Why “will likely be”? Because Savage Worlds is currently their next stretch goal for the Bestiary of the Curiously Odd’s Kickstarter! As I type, they’re less than $500 from their goal of bringing their project to our system.
Did I mention that some of the Kickstarter levels include the ability to contribute to the book? No? This is your chance to be published with Ed Greenwood, Monte Cook, Wolfgang Baur, and a whole slew of industry professionals! There’s only 13 days left, so don’t delay.