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Thrilling Tales 2e: Pulp Villains - The Red Menace

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In 2012, Polish RPG publisher Gramel released their licensed version of Adamant Entertainment's Savage Worlds core book, THRILLING TALES 2nd Edition.  Within it's pages was an additional chapter, exclusive to the Polish edition, detailing the use of the Soviets as villains for pulp adventures.   

Now, for the first time in English, this additional material is being made available as bonus content for THRILLING TALES campaigns!


Pulp Villains: The Red Menace details the history of the Soviet Union from the Revolution until the pulp era of the 1930s, and features a collection of Soviet NPC archetypes from the Red Army to Dastardly Spies. Russian weapons of the 1930s are also detailed, as well as a section of suggestions for pulp plots featuring the Red Menace!  

This supplement uses the Savage Worlds rules system, as featured in THRILLING TALES 2nd Edition.



Looking for more two-fisted pulp action for your Savage Worlds campaigns? Be sure to check out the Thrilling Tales Adventure Deck -- 54 cards, lavishly illustrated with iconic artwork from the pulp magazines of the 1930s and 40s, serving to inspire players and game masters alike to fill their Savage Worlds game sessions with the thrills, chills and incredible adventures of the classic pulps! Thrilling Tales Adventure Deck




 
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Kurt S May 31, 2015 12:10 am UTC
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Agreed. Should be less based on comparable products and genre.
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Mark H October 04, 2014 8:21 am UTC
Seems a tad expensive for the page count.
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March 15, 2013
This title was added to our catalog on March 15, 2013.