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Sherwood (Atomic Array 014)

When we heard that Battlefield Press was going to release a Savage Worlds edition of Wil Upchurch’s Sherwood, we jumped at the chance to bring him on the Array. The legend of Robin Hood is a tricky subject to work with. There’s so many tropes, from the locations to the iconic character types, we were interested to see how Wil handled it all.

Wil was all too willing to talk with us. We even convinced Marc Gacy to join us to talk about how he translated the original d20 rules into Savage Worlds.

Battlefield Press: Battlefield
Ed’s Pick: Robin Hood (1991)
Rone’s Rant: “Cheaters”

Want to learn more about Sherwood? Read on…

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