VARGR

Last year, we opened this site with an announcement about The King is Dead, the upcoming Savage Worlds setting by Sean Tait Bircher and Robin English-Bircher. Today we are happy to present the first official release in that setting, an adventure called VARGR.

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Rockalypse Progress and Potpourri

So the Rockalypse Public Beta (currently in version 2.1) has just passed 400 downloads - in only two months. This is almost as many downloads as the free GM Screen Inserts for Steamscapes that have been on DriveThruRPG for almost two and a half years. By the end of May, I anticipate that Rockalypse will be our most popular download, passing even the free Steamscapes one-sheets. Now, while I can certainly be accused of continuing to push something that hasn't yet caught on, I hope that I can't be accused of ignoring something that's clearly making an impact. 

But first, allow me just a moment of celebration.

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Rockalypse 2.1 Update

I just want to take a moment to thank everyone for the amazing response so far on Rockalypse! Download numbers have been - if I may say so - truly outrageous. And I especially want to thank all the folks who have donated. We really appreciate your support!

 

We've got real Synergy. Not a Misfit in the bunch.

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More Rockalypse Thoughts

The public beta for Rockalypse just dropped last week, but I have been playtesting it for about half a year now. Many of the mechanics were tested and tweaked over the course of a 3-month campaign arc, and I have also run numerous one-shots at small local gaming events. For everyone just getting started with their own games, I thought it might be helpful for me to share my experiences so far - perhaps a little more specifically than I discussed in the intro section of the PDF.

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