Savage Worlds RPG—Deadlands: Classic 20th Anniversary Edition
Studio 2 Publishing
Classic Never Goes Out of Style! With the 20th Anniversary Edition of Deadlands Classic, your posse can keep ridin' the Weird West, 'classic' style! The first edition of the award-winning Deadlands hit the shelves in 1996 - this 20th Anniversary Edition reprints the revised and best version of the rules system, complete with a Conversion Guide so Classic Marshals can use all the Plot Point Campaigns, including Good Intentions, to spur their ghost rock-fevered dreams.
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