Lords of Waterdeep with @magiceltrever @thereclinerjockey #Silverstars 4 Lyfe! #gaming #DungeonsAndDragons (at The Geek Palace)
Awww yeah. Full Phoenix Force. (I have no idea what this thing does. I never even opened it until today.) #Heroclix #gaming
Playing Lords of Waterdeep. Havent played this in so long. Such a great game. #gaming #tabletop (at The Geek Palace)
People have been asking him for that conversion forever. I dont think he has it anymore. Also he was afraid to post it online because yeah, Palladium would slap a C&D on him in a heartbeat.
Its funny how the fans ask for something from Palladium, but they are like, NO OUR SYSTEM IS AWESOME.
No, its really not. heh.
I would suggest learning and getting familiar with SW then converting it yourself.
The thing to know about Savage Worlds is that SW is a system, not a game setting itself. There are many setting books out there that use Savage Worlds however.
The system itself is very rules light and easy to learn, making it adaptable to virtually any game you want. One buddy of mine would convert every game he played into Savage Worlds. He said he converted Rifts to it and the game played awesome.
Plus the rulebook itself is only $10.
So if you want flexibility and rules light mechanics then go for it. If you want minutia and details and crunch, its not for you.
The Card Game. Has anyone played it?
How is it? Been thinking of picking it up.
Oooh crystal pony!!! Who does Rainbow Dash represent?
The human rogue. :-)