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Savage Dawn Campaign Setting Gets A New Release

Savage Dawn campaign setting gets a New Release

Passion project Savage Dawn, our free primal campaign setting, has got a new release. If you are looking for a mystical, primeval world for your players to explore, download the free Starter Guide now. The material is system-neutral so you can play it using your favorite fantasy roleplaying rules. 

Many have contributed to creating Savage Dawn and we want to encourage sharing and collaboration. The Starter Guide includes everything you need to get a game going, with enough room for customization to fit your tastes. On the Savage Dawn website you can also find all the materials on the Wiki, if you don’t like browsing through a PDF.

Collaborate

Are you an aspiring writer? Love creating quests for players? NPC’s, Monsters? Become a contributor and help grow the campaign world. Have a look at this page to learn more about how you can become a co-creator.

Share

As with all new projects, sharing on social media really helps get the word out. If you like what you see, consider sharing it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Discord, Reddit. It really goes a long way!

 

 

Christopher Mahon

Chris Mahon is a fantasy writer, speaker, and essayist living in Brooklyn, New York. His non-fiction work has appeared in Clarkesworld Magazine, SyFy WIRE, Outer Places, The Portalist, and others. He's also spoken at New York Comic-Con, Columbia University, and the Glasgow International Fantasy Convention. In his free time he runs The Occult Triangle Lab, a blog on trigonometry, fantasy, and ungodly amounts of milk.

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  1. So, first of all, the Savage Dawn Setting page link does not appear to connect to anything. Secondly, while you say that the setting is system neutral it still includes all of the D&D/Pathfinder Character Classes.

    1. Hey Bryce,

      The link works for me, maybe im missing something? Thanks for pointing that out.
      Yes, in the current version the races and classes are still the default, but we plan to rewrite those to be unique to the setting. They dont include rules mechanics, so thats why technically its still system neutral.

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