Adventure Review: Graystone Tower

The author of Graystone Tower asked me to review his adventure and I am happy to do so. I crossed the path with Jim the first time a long time ago when I wrote Savage Space. He provided me with a review copy of his adventure. This is a reading review, I have neither run nor…

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New Covert Ops Release: Operation “Olympus Rising”

It took a while, but finally the second Short Assignment for Covert Ops with the title “Olympus Rising” has been released by DWD Studios. The 23 Page PDF has the familiar clear and good looking layout you are used to for DwD Studio Titles. While the adventure does not contain any artwork it does have several detailed, full…

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[Savage Worlds Review] Olympian Breed

Olympian Breed Is a new product from Palewolf Publising. This is a dual release with the first , free, PDF focusing on the characters and the second PDF containing the first adventure in an ongoing. What is it about? As the name suggest the story is set in ancient times. To quote from their website:…

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Busy times and a preview

Hello World, sadly I am a bit more busy the last two weeks than usual, hence my irregular posting schedule. Hopefully everything returns to normal soon. More work on one side and then Deus Ex : Human Revolution takes a bite out of my time too, great game. On my second run through now. Besides that…

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Savage Worlds : Savage Space released

  Hello World, Savage Space is done! After weeks of work, discussions, revision, and testing Savage Space version 1.0 is finished and ready for you. The rules to run space ships as characters included in this PDF are the part that took the longest to tweak and refine. Writing up a full adventure generator was…

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Technoir : Transmission Frankfurt Main Cityplex

Hello World! As a slight detour from my usual Savage Worlds posting I will quickly visit Technoir. I mentioned the Transmissions earlier here on my blog and have been working on one myself since then. Creating it was a lot harder than I expected, but I learned a lot during the process. Mostly that Open…

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