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Savage Tales #1: Privateer's Bounty!

Savage Tales #1: Privateer's Bounty!

Ahoy matey! Heave on that main-line and brace yourself for a furious romp in the age of sail using Pinnacle's Savage Worlds! Sign up as crew on board the Gray Coarser, an English privateer vessel, and give the French and Spanish ships hell while lining your pockets with gold. Intense cannon battles, sword fights high in the rigging, chests of treasure; the privateer's life has it all! Hoist the anchor and see what adventure awaits you on the open ocean.
This 25-page adventure includes ship maps and Figure Flats, and is perfect for a one or two night session. Written by Zeke Sparkes with ship maps by Niklas Brandt!
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August 13th, 2005
great little story with a bit of a 'twist'. there are maps of all the ships. arrgh.<br><br><b>LIKED</b>: everything.<br><br><b>DISLIKED</b>: nothing. i liked it all.<br><br><b>QUALITY< [...]
December 14th, 2004
This adventure provides a great 6 hours fun. I found it a good introduction for my group to Savage Worlds. Everybody loves pirates and privateers are close enough to provide the thrill without the possible negative connotations. The adventure it [...]
May 15th, 2004
I originally thought this was going to be a primer on the 50 Fathoms game but it ended up being a qusai- historical battle on the high seas. A good introduction the the system and it can be used to insert you players into the setting (see book for det [...]
May 4th, 2004
A great adventure with a surprising ending. A great buy if your a fan of Savage Worlds or the genre. [...]
April 6th, 2004
Good stuff, although the "shocking twist" wasn't as twisted as I expected. Very solid adventure. [...]
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March 31, 2009
This title was added to our catalog on September 16, 2003.