This is was our first extended Savage Worlds Deluxe adventure; we've played other systems and other campaigns before, and a couple of SWD one-pagers. This was a lot of fun with exposure to many of the rules: mass battles, chases, and magic. PCs go from one set piece to another but each is interesting and the epic builds. I wish it had some scenes that were solved with thieving, fast-talking, puzzles, or other alternatives to combat, but my group loved it as it was. They loved the building sense of accomplishment as the story and mystery unfolded.
Technically, I wish the book had included a map and at the mention of any creature or NPC, the page number where they are described. The pages have a light gray background that didn't interfere with printing or legibility but were a waste of ink and printing time.
I wish it were paired with paper minis for optional purchase.
I recommend this to anyone who wants a straight-up swords and sorcery "epic movie" adventure.