Friday, July 1, 2011

YOU Make the Call...

Although I have a crapload of stuff I need to review already (I'm going to count LotFP Weird Fantasy and Vornheim as complete unless I am suddenly inspired) I am considering picking up the Savage Worlds Deluxe ruleset in PDF  to give it a real review.  What say you all?

As for the Free RPG lists I've put together, I'm thinking of adding a page to the blog that lists them all, with a three or four sentence description of each (and links to any reviews I may have done).  The links will remain on the main page, but the new page would give the reader a fairly quick summary of each to help decide if the DL is worth it to them.  A bit of work, so I'd do it piecemeal.  Again, any thoughts?

Actually, come to think of it, I should probably do a short blog post / mini-review on each in order.  Then include a link to that post on my Free RPG page.  Greg would finally stop hounding me to get around to reviewing Errant (he's hounding me for good reason - I'm easily distracted and it's long overdue ;)  This would take some time, but would it have value to the community?

Please, leave your thoughts after the beep... BEEEEEPPPPPP!


  1. Hey hey Tenkar, absolutely! I think the brief description and a link to a lengthier review are well worth it. As far as reviewing Savage Worlds, go for it. If it help one person consider playing the game it is well worth it in my estimation.

  2. How will I know to buy it if you don't review it? Really though, Savage Worlds has always interested me. Great name if nothing else. But I would like to hear more about it.

  3. I'm interested in finding out about the changes in the new Savage Worlds edition -- in particular the new chase rules -- so I'd like to see a review.

  4. Echoing Kelvin, I, too, would like to learn more about the new iteration of Savage Worlds. Thanks.


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