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New Savage Worlds RPG available!
Introducing the Savage Worlds RPG: Rifts, an expansion for the Savage Worlds Core Rules which brings the incredibly popular world of Palladium Books' Rifts to the award-winning Savage Worlds system by Pinnacle Entertainment Group. The gates of the Megaverse bring infinite challenge and adventure to a war-torn world struggling to build its future.
To celebrate the release, Studio 2 Publishing has printed a special Rifts: Collectors Box Set that contains everything you need to hit the ground running with your Rifts campaign. The box set contains softcover versions of The Tomorrow Legion Player's Guide, Game Master's Handbook, and Savage Foes of North America sourcebooks. Also included are a GM Screen and Garnet Town Gambit Adventure, 2 map packs, and a dice set.
Also from Pinnacle, fresh off their successful Kickstarter, the Deadlands: Classic 20th Anniversary Edition is now available for preorder.
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