The revised edition contains a cleaner layout; the content has not changed.
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Savage Insider - a new electronic magazine dedicated to Savage Worlds. This first issue is filled with new Savage Worlds content, fiction, licensee information, and an introduction to several Savage Worlds licensees.
Inside you will find:
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The revised edition contains a cleaner layout; the content has not changed.Savage Insider Issue 2: How the Dice Roll is all about what the community does with their gaming. The pillar article, Savage Worlds as an Educational Tool, takes a look how to turn role-playing games into a tool for homeschooling.
How the Dice Roll is a cross-genre issue with content covering... [click here for more]
The revised edition contains a cleaner layout; the content has not changed.Savage Insider Issue 3: What Lurks in the Shadows is a dark, gritty-themed issue with a look at the more horrific side of games. The pillar article Happily Scared is a lengthy discussion about what makes horror so appealing while Dangerous Magic introduces a grittier theme to your game’s... [click here for more]
Savage Insider Issue 4: Shaking Things Up is an issue all about keeping your tabletop role-playing games interesting. Game Masters have the difficult job of keeping their games interesting for the players to prevent boredom, so Savage Insider presents content and tips to help you along the way.
Shaking Things Up is a cross-genre issue with content that covers an array of... [click here for more]
Savage Insider Issue 6: Holidays and Havoc is dedicated to Autumn and winter holidays and festivals and how we incorporate them into our games. Incorporating believable holidays and festivals can be hard enough, but creating interesting NPCs, usable equipment, and interesting adventures sure can be fun! This issue provides a collection of NPCs, equipment, and adventures all surrounding a holiday... [click here for more]