Tagged: savageworlds

Gamers with Low Attention spans

That’s us. Over the past few weeks we’ve flitted between campaigns and systems like a load of flittery flitting things, a horde of rampaging butterflies that land only to move off in a spuriously...

Character du Jour: Jeroboam Soames

“Where is my son?!” the elderly man struck with a force way beyond what seemed possible for such a frail form, and the creature backed from the rune-encrusted blade, its watery eyes revealing a...

Greywulf's Games of the Year 2009

Where would the end of the year be without the end of the year review posts? Nothing says New Year more than a look at what has been. Without further ado I give you...

Savage Thoughts

So, what did we think of Savage Worlds Explorer’s Edition? Well, after one session, it received more thumbs up than 4e D&D did after it’s first game, which is a good sign. 4e has...

Savage Doo and Tiddles too!

Man, I hate writing game reports. There’s something about them which takes me straight back to school writing essays entitled “What I did during my summer holidays” at the age of seven, as if...

Savage Doo: Scooby Doo for Savage Worlds!

Scooby Doo is, I reckon, the greatest untapped role-playing game setting of all. It’s got the lot; fun characters, horror, a ready-made team setup, chases, comedy, great locations, awesome traps, episode-based design, investigation and...

A Bevy of Savages

I’ve been putting Savage Worlds’ character generation through it’s paces, and I gotta say I’m impressed. My initial feeling that starting characters are seriously underpowered has gone now that I’ve got more of a...

My world just got a bit more savage

My very own copy of Savage Worlds Explorer’s Edition plopped through the mailbox today. This is a game that I’ve played once or twice, read Vulcan Stev‘s and Uncle Bear‘s posts about the game...