About the blog:

This blog is a documentation of my process of porting the Dragon Warriors LEGEND setting to Savage Worlds. It is the distillation of discussions on various forums and with my players. Wherever possible I will give credit where credit is due. Any breaches of copyright in my own posts are unintentional. If you feel that I have posted something that is not my IP, please let me know and I will endeavour to remove it post haste.

About the author:

Mike Page is a lot of things. For the context of this blog the following may (or may not) be of interest:

  • I started RPGing in the 80’s (I was born in ’68 in the UK) – first with D&D, then AD&D and finally Dragon Warriors
  • I restarted playing Dragon Warriors in late 2009 when my kids were 8 years old. They had taken a huge interest in the BBC Merlin series and I thought it was time to dust off the old books and start creating again.
  • My RPG group is small and local; my kids, my wife and a friend from the village. We meet roughly every second week in the winter to play.
  • In 2011 I started reading though the Savage Worlds core rules and was so enamoured of them that I started planning how to port our Legend campaign to this system.
  • I’m a Christian, a father, a husband, a biochemist (PhD), a photographer, a gardener, a lover of good rock music, an ex-pat, a lousy pianist and a patent examiner.

2 Responses to About

  1. maurolongo says:

    Great Idea! I love DW too and we in Italy started to know and play from a very few times Savage Worlds. I can’t wait more stuff from you!

    • Lord Karick says:

      Thanks maurolongo, great to get some feedback. Savage Worlds really is a great system. It also has a fantastic support community at the PEG forums – one of the friendliest there is.

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