Tag Archives: Savage Worlds

Elowyn, a DW Mystic

So here’s the other half of the duo, Elowyn, a human Mystic, run by my daughter. Being a character with Arcane Background, I found it necessary to first work out what SW Mystics might look like. For the character background … Continue reading

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Nab’han, the Grateful Assassin

What on earth is a Saracen assassin doing in northern Albion then? Well it’s like this: Nab’han is a native of the Caliphate of Zhenir. When Elathan and Elowyn first met him he was being protected from a lynch mob … Continue reading

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Isembard, the Dwarven Scholar with Two Left Hands

Isembard Ironfist was one of those characters that were dictated by the dice. I usually let my players choose how to allocate the rolls for their primary statistics (for a dwarven warrior strength and reflexes) and roll the rest directly … Continue reading

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On Porting Characters from DW to SW

So, not only are we planning to swap rule systems for the same setting, we’re going to try to port our old characters over too. The burning question is where to put the characters on the experience/rank line? As far … Continue reading

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Mystics; One Man’s Mystic is Another Man’s Psionicist

…isn’t he? According to the Dragon Warriors Rulebook “A Mystic can be a formidable foe using only the power of his mind, setting little store by the wands and other occult fripperies of  Elementalists or Sorcerers.” So much of the … Continue reading

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Moving DW Magic to SW

On the one hand magic is the one thing that is probably most cumbersome to port from DW to SW, on the other hand only one member of my group uses magic at all, a Mystic, and so the only … Continue reading

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Introducing First Elements

Rather than burdening my players with all the new rules at once, I decided to introduce a few SW elements in our last DW session, namely initiative and movement.To date we’d used miniatures only in a very elementary fashion to … Continue reading

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What’s the difference?

So what are the essential differences between the Dragon Warriors and Savage Worlds role playing games? Dragon Warriors is: Savage Worlds is: Setting-linked. The game and the setting were written together Setting neutral. The core rules were written as a … Continue reading

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