This additional ruleset can be helpful if you want to skip the use of money, keeping resource accounting more abstract. Each of the following systems can function independently, or you can use them all together.
This rules can be used in other Savage Worlds games as well.
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Ash is dying. Everyone knows it, from a low-level Infinity office drone to the bosses of the Syndicate families. The terraformers are dead – repairs of the few which are still functioning are so expensive that sooner or later maintaining them will stop being profitable. The best workers move to other, far safer, systems, together with the capital of major companies. Ash is freezing and only... [click here for more]
No one can deny the beauty of Bariz. Despite the constant threat of the Horde, the life here goes on at its own pace. The politics and the glamour are matters for the flying cities, while the land is allowed to live by itself. Most of Bariz is plains and steppes, divided by mountains and forests.
In this sourcebook you will find:
1. More information on Bariz and its inhabitants,
2. New organizations... [click here for more]
Thirty years ago Cor was a popular vacation planet, fashionable among the elite of neighboring star systems. Thousands of people came to Cor’s resorts to enjoy the warm climate, dive into the depths of ocean, and rest on its many beaches. And when the Horde arrived, this dream burst like a soap bubble
An ordinary soldier on the frontline is able to survive just a couple of months. Sooner or... [click here for more]
In 2012, Polish RPG publisher Gramel released their licensed version of Adamant Entertainment's Savage Worlds core book, THRILLING TALES 2nd Edition. Within it's pages was an additional chapter, exclusive to the Polish edition, detailing the use of the Soviets as villains for pulp adventures. Now, for the first time in English, this additional material is being made available... [click here for more]