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Geek Native picked up news of the Savage Worlds Adventure Edition setting The Secret Files of Section D and the free to download, 99-page, taster edition on DriveThuRPG in October. If you watched that video, you will recognise the Kickstarter pitch.
There are three weeks left on the clock, and that target figure is in reach. Allan Wroe and Imaginarium Games are asking for £4,750 to fund Section D and has over £3,200 from nearly 100 backers already. You can check out the details or pledge at the campaign page.
In a pulpy world of the late 1930s, monsters are real, magic is real, aliens are real, and this means the Nazi’s dreadful pseudo-science is real too.
Section D is a British response to this far-right threat. Agents with unique powers and abilities of their own are recruited from all around the world, from different nations, trained and then sent on missions to counter the Nazi horror.
The Secret Files of Section D introduces the agency to Savage Worlds, including the setting rule Blaze of Glory and new Edges help you make a spy like Bourne or Bond.
On the flip side, new Hindrances are there to give your agent that pulpy flavour of weakness and encryption rules introduced for code breakers to challenge.
GMs are given rules for three different styles of play; military, espionage and pulp as well as a guide for creating mater villains and minions to match.
The hidden web of secret societies is documented for the GM complete with one-shot adventures and adventure hooks to get players quickly involved in the danger.
A pledge of £15 will get you the PDF of The Secret Files of Section D and all the unlocked stretch goals.
Want the full-colour hardback? That takes a pledge of £35, although retailer options are available.
The top tier, limited to only 20, costs £80 and is nearly halfway sold out. At this level you the get the books, the Better Latte than Never adventure trilogy, an NPC character created in your likeness and a signed copy of that print.
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