• High-Space Core Rule Books

    The best-selling sci-fi rules for Savage Worlds. Includes three books:

    • Character Anelect: Covering all manner of human, transhuman and aliens.
    • Fleet Manual: Starship Design
    • The Lantern: An epic space opera setting

  • Blind Threat

    A great introductory adventure for High-Space. Intrigue. Betrayal. Space and face-to-face battles... you'll make enemies and new friends you wish you hadn't.

  • Blood of the Innocent

    A super-deadly horror adventure set in Vietnam. Not for the faint of heart. Savage Words rules and compatible with Tour of Darkness.

  • Hael

    In a land where the orcs won the war against the humans... trouble is brewing!

News

After a hiatus to complete my doctoral thesis, I'm back in action with my passio...

After a hiatus to complete my doctoral thesis, I'm back in action with my passion - creating games. For Rapture fans, this means we'll finally publish the long-awaited mega worldbook we've been working on for close to two years: Confucius! Confucius details not only the where, who and what of Humanity's oldest and most populous colony, but also the future history in the ...
November 18, 2014 Comments

Happy Wednesday, Weavils! We're putting on the final touches to our fun, darkly...

Happy Wednesday, Weavils! We're putting on the final touches to our fun, darkly satirical, story game 'Deniable' and we'd love to get your opinion. Deniable is a game about decidedly average English people coerced into participating in ‘operations of national importance’ by a shadowy espionage Organisation. The object of the game is to tell interesting stories about ...
November 18, 2014 Comments

Congratulations Mark Stout - who won the StoryWeaver Mega Prize at Aethercon. Ma...

Congratulations Mark Stout - who won the StoryWeaver Mega Prize at Aethercon. Mark gets *everything* in the StoryWeaver catalog. Two more StoryWeaver mega prizes will be given away over the next day and a half at Aethercon... along with dozens of other great prizes.
November 14, 2014 Comments

I got interviewed! I talk about games, development and about being a publisher....

I got interviewed! I talk about games, development and about being a publisher. A fantastic chat. In addition to back-to-back interviews with gaming legends, Aethercon has artists battling it out in speed painting, panel sessions and, of course... LOTS OF GAMES. It's proving to be a great con this year. Some come over to www.aethercon.com and join in the fun!Aethercon3 ...
November 14, 2014 Comments
Aethercon3 Interview with Joe Sweeney of Storyweaver

Aethercon3 Interview with Joe Sweeney of Storyweaver

Joe is interviewed on a wide range of topics, from discussing the latest game, Deniable, to horror gaming, to High-Space competition, to what it takes to be a publisher.
November 14, 2014 Comments

Want to join a game this weekend and meet the authors and publishers of your fav...

Want to join a game this weekend and meet the authors and publishers of your favorite games? Well, come on over to AetherCon THIS weekend. AetherCon Online RPG Convention is a fan powered online RPG convention that runs from Nov 14 to 16 across all time zones… yup, 72 hours of gaming goodness! ...
November 12, 2014 Comments

Don't want Halloween to end so here's a post-Halloween 'public service' announce...

Don't want Halloween to end so here's a post-Halloween 'public service' announcement :) Tim is an awesome dude and for Halloween made this video on how to use historical weapons against zombies. His dead-pan ...

Happy Halloween! Halloween is our favorite holiday because we're suckers for sin...

Happy Halloween! Halloween is our favorite holiday because we're suckers for sinful sweets and a gruesome game of Rapture. nomnomnom... #Rapture #StoryWeaver #HalloweenGames #RPG

Countdown to Halloween... Ouija Boards might be creepiER but Rapture Games are c...

Countdown to Halloween... Ouija Boards might be creepiER but Rapture Games are creepiEST. #Rapture #StoryWeaver #HalloweenGamesOuija Boards Are Even Creepier When You Know How They Work « ...

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Our Story

G'day!  StoryWeaver creates off-the-wall role-playing games and modules for popular titles such as Savage Worlds and Rapture: The End of Days. All of our game designers and writers have been gamers for too many years now, as our long-suffering families will tell you. This means we know what makes a great game – action and adventure are not enough. You need plot quirks, and funky characters with lashings of emotional intrigue. And that’s what we deliver.


We are committed to gaming excellence.  


And we are committed to the gaming community. 


We want you to have as much fun playing games as we do.  So come on in and check out our titles and join in the fun.

Best regards,

Joseph Sweeney Grandmaster 
Storyweaver

Game Reviews

Thursday, November 27, 2014 2:27:52 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Essen the Game: Spiel '13 (2014)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (5/4): It is not always easy to explain how a major gaming convention feels like. With Essen the Game: Spiel '13 you can play it out!
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Thursday, November 27, 2014 2:27:52 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Lap Dance (2014)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (4/3): You have managed castles. Communities. Empires. Civilizations! Can you manage a strip club?
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Thursday, November 27, 2014 2:27:52 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Villainy (2014)
Playtest Review by Shannon Appelcline (4/3): A well-themed, humorous game of super-villainy with an interesting core mechanic that's a bit underdeveloped.
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Thursday, November 27, 2014 2:27:52 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Wir Sind Das Volk (2014)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (4/4): On the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall which was celebrated on the 9th of November 2014, the Federal Republic is once again pitted against the People's Republic of Germany. This is a cold war, in economy, infrastructure, standards of living and social unrest, from the end of the second world war to the end of the 1980s. We know what happened in history. What will happen in your gaming table?
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Tuesday, November 25, 2014 2:27:22 AM
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RPG Review: Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition (2014)
Capsule Review by Rory Hughes (5/3): Visually impressive and a wealth of material - some old, some new. While the game is still pretty much the same, some of the new rules are heavy handed and ill thought out.
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Tuesday, November 25, 2014 2:27:22 AM
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RPG Review: The Dracula Dossier
Capsule Review by Ben Riggs (3/5): The Dracula Dossier is a tour-de-force by writers working at the top of their game. It is a new height in Pelgrane?s innovative style of campaign which uses a text as the organizing principle of a sandbox, one which may spawn earnest imitators and could over time evolve into its own genre.
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Saturday, November 22, 2014 2:26:50 AM
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RPG Review: Victoriana Third Edition (2013)
Capsule Review by Edward Kabara (4/5): You can't go wrong with Steampunk, Lovecraft, Penny-Dreadful Shadowrun! 93%
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Thursday, November 20, 2014 2:25:59 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Vudu (2014)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (5/3): A filler and party game, part card and part dice, where you get to curse your opponents and endure theirs in the real world!
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Thursday, November 20, 2014 2:25:59 AM
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Card Game Review: Dragon Run (2014)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (3/3): Finally, an honest game about what dungeon crawling is: a frantic flight of looting cowards after the angry dragon is awakened.
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Thursday, November 20, 2014 2:25:59 AM
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Comic Review: Empire of the Wolf
Capsule Review by Jonathan Hicks (4/4): A well-realised and entertaining story of Romans and werewolves.
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Tuesday, November 18, 2014 2:25:22 AM
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RPG Review: Vow of Honor (2014)
Capsule Review by Jacob Ross (4/5): A conflict-inducing system that encourages honorable, heroic play. Set on a far-future space colony that's reverted to medieval tech levels, players shine in a world going dark.
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Saturday, November 15, 2014 2:23:55 AM
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RPG Review: All for One: Regime Diabolique (2010)
Capsule Review by David Stallard (4/4): Play as a King's Musketeer in an alternate 1636 where monsters and magick are real.
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Saturday, November 15, 2014 2:23:55 AM
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RPG Review: The Seventh Circle (2014)
Capsule Review by kafka (5/5): Gamemasters of Fear Itself/Trail of Cthulhu who looking for a filler adventure to last a couple of nights with interesting consequences should certainly pick up this adventure. It is a wonderfully written and great adventure that can be largely run out of the box. Plenty of room for sandbox and innovative play while keeping everything tightly scripted.
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Thursday, November 13, 2014 2:23:02 AM
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Book/Fiction Review: Letters To Lovecraft
Capsule Review by Jonathan Hicks (3/4): Recommended reading on these cold, lonely winter nights.
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Thursday, November 13, 2014 2:23:02 AM
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Book/Fiction Review: The Art of Alien: Isolation
Playtest Review by Jonathan Hicks (4/4): Looking for some visual inspiration for your sci-fi game? Look no further.
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Thursday, November 13, 2014 2:23:02 AM
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Card Game Review: Memorable Stories (2014)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (4/4): A simple, yet totally addictive storytelling and memory game. A diamond in the rough that begs to be played.
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Thursday, November 13, 2014 2:23:02 AM
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RPG Review: Shab-al-Hiri Roach, The (2006)
Playtest Review by Lev Lafayette (3/4): Are you willing to swallow a soul-eating telepathic insect bent on destroying human civilization?" "No? Even if it will get you tenure?"
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Tuesday, November 11, 2014 2:22:12 AM
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RPG Review: D&D 5th Edition Monster Manual
Playtest Review by Jonathan Hicks (4/5): I?ve been impressed by D&D 5th up to yet and this book only enforces my opinion of this new edition.
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Tuesday, November 11, 2014 2:22:12 AM
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RPG Review: Pathfinder Society Scenario #6-05: Slave Ships of Absalom
Capsule Review by Edward Kabara (3/4): Some problems hurt a good story that's part of this year's metaplot. 83%
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Tuesday, November 11, 2014 2:22:12 AM
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RPG Review: Tales from Wilderland (2012)
Capsule Review by Neil Lennon (4/4): A good selection of adventures for The One Ring RPG, which really shows the quality and style of that system. A mini campaign in itself but one that could be played alongside "The Darkening of Mirkwood" with a little work from the GM.
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Saturday, November 8, 2014 2:20:16 AM
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RPG Review: Geographica (2014)
Capsule Review by Luke Walker (5/5): Geographica is the setting book for Atlantis: The Second Age and is the jewel in its crown. It presents a vast wealth of detail and story hooks that cover the four corners of the antediluvian world including its oceans.
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Saturday, November 8, 2014 2:20:16 AM
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RPG Review: Theragraphica (2014)
Capsule Review by Luke Walker (5/5): Theragraphica is the monster book for Atlantis: The Second Age. It is not only a book of monsters though. It is a book of myths, legends, and horror stories from around the world; of things that will make you afraid of the dark (and the light to be honest) and that will test your sanity.
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Thursday, November 6, 2014 2:19:20 AM
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Accessory Review: e-Raptor Castle Dice Tower (2014)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (4/4): A gorgeous dice tower with a medieval feel which however needs a bit more space than usual on your gaming table.
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Thursday, November 6, 2014 2:19:20 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Luchador! Mexican Wrestling Dice (Second Edition) (2014)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (4/3): One ? two ? three: Fight! A dice game based on adrenaline and the spectacular moves of lucha libre, but without the matches being fixed!
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014 2:18:33 AM
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RPG Review: Blood in Ferelden (2010)
Playtest Review by Neil Lennon (4/3): A mixed bag of adventures set in Ferelden. Well produced but not particularly original. A useful starting point for a Dragon Age campaign though.
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014 2:18:33 AM
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RPG Review: Shadows of Esteren 1 - Universe (2012)
Capsule Review by Neil Lennon (5/2): A great looking game with lots of background detail but very poor game mechanics. An attempt to mix horror and fantasy that doesn't quite manage to pull it off.
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Saturday, November 1, 2014 2:17:18 AM
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RPG Review: Sertorius (2014)
Capsule Review by Erik Dewey (4/5): In this latest RPG from Bedrock Games, the players take on the role of Sertori, powerful spell casters that contain the broken pieces of a god?s soul. As they explore the world around them, they gain in power, amass followers, and possibly even change the course of history. It is an intriguing concept and one that the game does a good job of fulfilling.
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Saturday, November 1, 2014 2:17:18 AM
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RPG Review: The Darkening of Mirkwood (2014)
Capsule Review by Neil Lennon (5/5): An epic campaign set in the world of Middle Earth. A highly detailed and practical campaign guidebook which perfectly captures the style of Tolkiens work. A masterpiece of gaming literature.
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Thursday, October 30, 2014 2:15:50 AM
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Book/Fiction Review: ALIEN - The Archive
Capsule Review by Jonathan Hicks (4/4): Newcomers to the franchise will find it an amazing, invaluable guide to a series of movies more than worth exploring.
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Thursday, October 30, 2014 2:15:50 AM
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Miniature Review: Qesnef, Ogre Mage (2013)
Playtest Review by Antonios S (4/4): For a trip down memory lane with White Plume Mountain or the current Dungeons of Dread premium hardcover, the hard to find Qesnef addresses himself to the collector that can appreciate the history of D&D.
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All of us have succumbed to the temptation of checking our Facebook news feed at work. Some of us are even guilty of keeping a tab exclusively open for it. We keep tabs on it all the time! So if you have any questions regarding mapping, game tools, upcoming Con events etc., check our Facebook posts or drop us a line! 
 
 Ah, Google Plus, the other Social Network! We share exclusive gaming community news here. Yes, we’re friends with Google Plus as well. We must be, since they’re onto world domination. Sooner or later everyone who uses Google will be on Google Plus. Don’t fight it.
 
 Twitter is the world of witty one liners – since it can only fit 160 characters. It’s ADHD at its finest! Perfect for gamers. It’s great for constantly reminding you that we’re busy weaving up some great products.




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