“Buy” might be a strong word—”lease” might actually be more appropriate.
KantCon’s 2012 Preregistration Kickstarter Campaign first stretch goal is importing our own Shane Hensley, author of Savage Worlds and founder of Pinnacle Entertainment, to KantCon 2012. They’re very nearly at their goal!
Want to see Shane live at KantCon? Want to see what they might put out as their next stretch goal could be? Want to support a convention just because? Drop by the KantCon Kickstarter today!
Triple Ace Games continues their exploration of their frozen fantasy north with the latest Hellfrost Region Guide #50: Hrimthyr Isle.
Since the time of the Blizzard War, Hrimthyr Isle has been a bastion of evil, home to thousands of Thrym’s barbarous servants. Although the frost giants suffered a bitter defeat a century ago, their strength is building once more. Huge longships packed with giants and orcs once again plague the eastern coast, while within the walls of the mighty fortress of Jarlshof, High Ice King Nagal plans an invasion.
This supplement looks at the powers of High Ice King Nagal and the perils that await explorers to the forbidding isle of eternal winter, present four new locales, inroduces seven new prc tribes, and details four new wintry hazards.
*That’s “next-to-last” if you’re not trying to make a headline sound cool, by the way.
Everyone knows the fastest way to a man’s heart is to crawl down his gullet and burrow around in his chest. That’s what I hear from the Prairie Tick Queen, anyway, and it looks like she’s here in mini form just in time for the heartiest of holidays!
The Prairie Tick Queen is the latest—and likely the most invasive—of Reaper’s Savage Worlds minis. Whether you’re looking for love or lead in your heart, be sure to check out the full Savage Worlds miniature line today!
The exciting conclusion to Daring Entertainment’s War of the Dead is now available for pre-order, and launches on March 5, 2012!
Face impossible odds as you uncover the secrets of the government shadow war, the history of the Living Dead, and an insane experiment that could once again change the entire world. In a final confrontation against powerful enemies, you alone are in a position to affect the future of the human race—or die trying.
War of the Dead: Chapter Four is only available from RPGNow.com.
Have you ever wanted to be one of the GMs running a Savage Saturday Night game? Here’s your chance to get into the trenches with us and help make those events the buzz-about-town that they are. Check the main page of the Savage Worlds Explorers Society site for all the information you need. Remember, these games have to be registered by March 1, which is comin’ at us faster than a luge with lead rockets! Don’t be late!
We’re also adding to our appearance list, with Evil Mike and Chaos Steve appearing at Who’s Yer Con in Indianapolis on Saturday, March 3.
Savage Worlds Core Rules Manager Clint Black; Reality Blurs head honcho Sean Preston; Third Eye Games founder and chief author Eloy Lasanta; and Savage podcasters Veronica Blessing, Justin Suzuki, and Ron Blessing, variously of The Game’s the Thing, Smiling Jack’s Bar and Grill, and Wombatcast.com will be at Denver Gamers’ Genghis Con XXXIII in Aurora, Colorado, February 16–19.
Pinnacle Vice President Joel Kinstle; frequent Pinnacle editor and Beautiful Brains Books and Games owner Jodi Black; author of Darksummer Nights for RunePunk and general gamer-about-town Mark Francis; SilverMeet Studios’ Carinn Seabolt; and Mr. Shaintar himself, Sean Patrick Fannon will be at Con Nooga in Chattanooga, Tennessee, February 17–19.
If you’ve been waiting for the next boot to fall for the Deadlands One-Shots, brace yourself harder. Black Water is less like a boot falling and a little more like a shotgun blast to the chest throwing you through the plate glass of the Awesome Deadlands Comics Saloon!
A rich businessman seeks the woman haunting his dreams with an obsession—one that will take him, and those unfortunate enough to tag along, on a perilous journey not all will survive in this final Deadlands One-Shot from Image Comics and Visionary Comics. It’s another Weird Western masterpiece with wordsmith Jeff Mariotte (Desperadoes) and pencil-slinger Brook Turner (GOLLY!) partnering up for a wild ride through the Great Maze! The backup series also wraps up the origin of Billy the Kid in the worlds of Deadlands!
It’s on sale now, and I don’t know what kind of Back-East tinhorn would let himself miss it!
Pinnacle Entertainment and the Savage Worlds crowd aren’t quite up to Santa standards (everywhere, all the time) yet, but we are more places more often than you might think! If we’re in your neck of the woods, come on out and see us.
Denver Gamers’ Genghis Con XXXIII will be playing host to Savage Worlds Core Rules Manager Clint Black; Reality Blurs head honcho Sean Preston; Third Eye Games founder and chief author Eloy Lasanta; and Savage podcasters Veronica Blessing, Justin Suzuki, and Ron Blessing, variously of The Game’s the Thing, Smiling Jack’s Bar and Grill, and Wombatcast.com. Don’t miss the rare west-of-the-Mississippi appearance for both Clint and Sean, February 16–19 at Red Lion Hotel in Aurora, Colorado. Besides, who knows what they’ll say in that thin mountain air!
For those of a more eastern mindset, come by Con Nooga February 17–19 in Chattanooga. You’ll have the chance to meet Pinnacle Vice President* Joel Kinstle; frequent Pinnacle editor and Beautiful Brains Books and Games owner Jodi Black; author of Darksummer Nights for RunePunk and general gamer-about-town Mark Francis; SilverMeet Studios’ Carinn Seabolt; and Mr. Shaintar himself, Sean Patrick Fannon.
*And guy who types these things, which is the only reason he’s first on the list.
And if you think that list of con appearances isn’t enough, you have the power to change it! If the KantCon 2012 Preregistration Kickstarter Campaign reaches its stretch goal, they’re going to import our own founder, president, luminary, and fairly-high poobah Shane Hensley, author of Savage Worlds, to KantCon 2012.
Whether you want to see Shane live at KantCon, want to see how a Kickstarter campaign can be used for convention-planning, want to bring more gaming to Kansas, or just really want to see work-in-progress images for a Jabbergluck mini*, be sure to drop by their Kickstarter today!
*Seriously…what’s a “Jabbergluck”?