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Hell on Earth Classic: The Unity

Hell on Earth Classic: The Unity

Don’t let the title of this adventure fool you, Marshal. Sure, it’s about the Unity, but there’s nothing harmonious about this ghost ship, friend. In fact, this bloodstained vessel is about as evil as they come. And you’re going to hurl your posse smack into its gore-spattered hulk. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves. Before your posse hurls themselves into the void,...   [click here for more]
Pinnacle Entertainment  $20.00 $4.99

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Lost Colony

Lost Colony

The Interspace Tunnel has collapsed, trapping hundreds of thousands of colonists on Banshee, a harsh world filled with hostile anouks and sorcerous aliens. Lost Colony™ is the third and final installment of the award-winning, best-selling Deadlands™ setting. This book uses the Deadlands Classic system, and is dual-statted for D20 as well. ...   [click here for more]
Pinnacle Entertainment  $25.00 $4.99

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Lost Colony: Banshee Screams

Lost Colony: Banshee Screams

The Tunnel has collapsed, trapping the human colony on Banshee and severing their only link back to Earth. Cut off from home, low on supplies, and surrounded by hostile anouks—the “Lost Colony” wages a desperate war for survival. Things only get worse when the savage anouks turn to ancient and arcane allies—the emaciated sorcerers called “skinnies.” These lich-like...   [click here for more]
Pinnacle Entertainment  $15.00 $4.99

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Savage Worlds: Quick Combat

Savage Worlds: Quick Combat

Sometimes the Game Master may need to sum up a combat encounter rather than fighting it out tactically. Perhaps the purpose of the combat is really just to convey information, such as how savage a foe is or what the weakness of some greater threat might be. Or maybe the group just doesn’t have enough time and needs to get on to the more important scenes. When this occurs, you can use this quick...   [click here for more]
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