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Author Topic: Anyone playing Savage Worlds Pathfinder  (Read 10947 times)

dbm

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Re: Anyone playing Savage Worlds Pathfinder
« Reply #150 on: January 25, 2023, 06:25:26 PM »
After a very, very long search I have finally decided that SWADE is my sweet spot game, so I’m pretty much all in for everything Pinnacle put out at the moment…

I managed to resist Holler but I’m picking up all of the Deadlands stuff, companions, Pathfinder and Rifts materials as they come out.

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Re: Anyone playing Savage Worlds Pathfinder
« Reply #151 on: January 25, 2023, 09:42:36 PM »
I skipped Rifts, Holler, and Pinebox Middle School, although I did put in for the Horror Companion. Pinnacle definitely has products that I'm not interested in. That's not a bad thing in and of itself. Savage Worlds is a very flexible system.

I'm looking forward to Hell on Earth, although that's in an awkward spot. Deadlands had major changes to the setting that impact Hell on Earth, but they just did Hell on Earth right before SWADE.

Daddy Warpig

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Re: Anyone playing Savage Worlds Pathfinder
« Reply #152 on: Today at 03:58:58 AM »
I skipped Rifts, Holler, and Pinebox Middle School, although I did put in for the Horror Companion. Pinnacle definitely has products that I'm not interested in. That's not a bad thing in and of itself. Savage Worlds is a very flexible system.

I'm looking forward to Hell on Earth, although that's in an awkward spot. Deadlands had major changes to the setting that impact Hell on Earth, but they just did Hell on Earth right before SWADE.

Usually the changes between Savage World editions are so minor that you can run prior settings with newer editions.

Is there any problems running the Coke Classic Hell on Earth with SWADE?
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Re: Anyone playing Savage Worlds Pathfinder
« Reply #153 on: Today at 03:35:28 PM »
In simple terms, for anyone unfamiliar with the setting, the main premise of Deadlands Classic is that the American Civil War gets interrupted. The Union and the Confederacy are involved in a Cold War for the next hundred or so years.

Through pulpy time travel fuckery, SWADE Deadlands wraps up the American Civil War within about ten years of its historic end date. This makes the western United States a very different place in the 2080s.

From a play perspective, I’m rather neutral. I played a lot more Deadlands. However, I’m interested in seeing how changes to the Weird West affect the Wasted West.