• 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!

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Our friends in Tampa, FL are busy gearing up for the 33rd year of NecronomiCon w...

Our friends in Tampa, FL are busy gearing up for the 33rd year of NecronomiCon which will be held this weekend at the Grand Hyatt. Necronomicon is the Florida's longest running Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror convention. If you're in the area, please drop by.Necronomicon 2014necronomiconfl.comNecronomicon 2014 SciFi Convention - Oct 3-5 2014 - Tampa, FL
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Something Savage This Way Comes... Check out this cool KS from our friends!

Something Savage This Way Comes... Check out this cool KS from our friends!The Last Parsec - Savage WorldsThe Last Parsec is a scifi setting of planetary exploration and adventure using the Savage Worlds system!
September 28, 2014 Comments

Got anything planned for the weekend, Mates? ConCentric Games is hosting a 2 day...

Got anything planned for the weekend, Mates? ConCentric Games is hosting a 2 day Gaming Con at the Burnside Community Centre in Tusmore SA. Check them out!Timeline Photos2 days before ConCentric #Games #Adelaide
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Here is part 2 of The Wizard of OZ by Game Knight Reviews

Here is part 2 of The Wizard of OZ by Game Knight Reviews Interview: The Wizard of Oz (AUS) - Joe Sweeney from StoryWeaver Games, Part 2www.gameknightreviews.comYesterday we started chatting with Joe Sweeney of StoryWeaver Games on a variety of topics... (You can read Part 1 here.) What do you think about continuing that now? ******************************...
September 21, 2014 Comments

Hey gang. If you have younglings in Sydney, please bring them to SydCon. Thes...

Hey gang. If you have younglings in Sydney, please bring them to SydCon. These days have been amazing in the past... a real treat for the kids, and educational to boot.Photos from Kristie Kirkwood's post in SYDCON 2014Hello youngsters! Welcome to KidsWarts School for Role players! A school where ...
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Wooohoooo! It's a great day as we woke up to awesome news of StoryWeaver Skipper...

Wooohoooo! It's a great day as we woke up to awesome news of StoryWeaver Skipper, Joe Sweeney, being featured in an interview on Game Knight Reviews. Interview: The Wizard of Oz (AUS) - Joe Sweeney from StoryWeaver Games, Part 1www.gameknightreviews.comIt's been a long while since I've had an ...
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We <3 this feature on Friendly Local Game Stores (FLGS) by Noobsource - Reviews...

We ♥ this feature on Friendly Local Game Stores (FLGS) by Noobsource - Reviews for the Everyday GamerFLGS Spotlight - Noobsourcewww.noobsource.comGaming is a hobby where friends and family gather and share their ...

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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 
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Game Reviews

Saturday, September 27, 2014 1:58:36 AM
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RPG Review: AMP: Year One (2014)
Capsule Review by Steven Markley (5/5): Mid-powered supers roleplaying game.Crunchy, solid system.Baked-in, but fun and dynamic, setting.
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Thursday, September 25, 2014 1:58:20 AM
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RPG Review: Small World
Capsule Review by Christopher Cecil (5/5): A fast-moving, amusing board game where you use your minion races to dominate territory before their civilization collapses. Plays like a conquest game, but in the end, it always comes down to who's got the gold, baby!
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Saturday, September 20, 2014 8:45:39 PM
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RPG Review: The Islands of Purple-Haunted Putrescence (2014)
Capsule Review by Lev Lafayette (2/1): Puerility and misogyny combined with Lovecraftian horrors without thematic content with a setting that jumps from bad science fiction to trash fantasy.
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Saturday, September 20, 2014 8:45:39 PM
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RPG Review: The Islands of Purple-Haunted Putrescence (2014)
Capsule Review by Derek Holland (5/4): A hex crawl location and supplement for OSR games. Very much in the vibe of Clark Ashton Smith.
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Saturday, September 20, 2014 8:45:39 PM
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RPG Review: Chuubo's Marvelous Wish-Granting Engine
Capsule Review by Eleanor Amaranth Lockhart (5/5): An innovative diceless game with an idiosyncratic setting and an emphasis on forum play, Chuubo's provides a very different kind of roleplaying game.
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Thursday, September 18, 2014 8:45:07 PM
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RPG Review: Polaris - The Wish We Wish to Night (2014)
Capsule Review by David Andrieux (3/2): This supplement to Polaris feels rushed and not really necessary. The new type of Knight can bring variety to your games, but also risks shifting the focus away from storytelling.
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Monday, September 15, 2014 8:44:19 PM
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RPG Review: EarthAD 2: Roleplaying after the Cataclysm
Capsule Review by Richard Williams (4/4): A one-stop shop for all your post-apocalyptic gaming needs
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Friday, September 12, 2014 4:55:32 AM
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RPG Review: Mindjammer - The Roleplaying Game (2014)
Capsule Review by kafka (5/5): Newton has provided an incredibly rich setting and toolkit for players to play in the universe of the Commonality or any Sci-Fi universe. This book is highly recommended by people who like the Fate system and to those who play other systems in need of inspiration.
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Friday, September 12, 2014 4:55:32 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Five Tribes: The Djinns of Nagala (2014)
Playtest Review by Shannon Appelcline (4/4): A thoughtful and enjoyable game for serious gamers, set in the world of 1,001 Nights.
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Thursday, September 11, 2014 4:55:25 AM
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RPG Review: Primeval Thule Campaign Setting
Capsule Review by EonTrinity (5/5): Primeval Thule is... AMAZING!
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Sunday, September 7, 2014 7:07:01 PM
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RPG Review: Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition Player's Handbook (2014)
Capsule Review by Logic Breaker (2/2): An attempt to recapture the strengths of earlier editions, 5th edition is currently incomplete has little reason to keep players invested.
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Friday, September 5, 2014 2:04:49 PM
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RPG Review: Hoard of the Dragon Queen (2014)
Capsule Review by Bryce Lynch (2/1): A very weak adventure, lacking evocative flavor and full of poor design choices.
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Friday, September 5, 2014 2:04:49 PM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Eldritch Horror (2013)
Playtest Review by committed hero (5/5): If you've ever wanted to play Masks of Nyarlathotep on a game board, play this.
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Friday, September 5, 2014 2:04:49 PM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Up! (2014)
Playtest Review by Shannon Appelcline (5/3): An expansion for Lords of Vegas that may make the game a bit simpler which could be good or bad.
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Friday, September 5, 2014 2:04:49 PM
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Book/Fiction Review: Visceral (2014)
Capsule Review by kafka (5/5): Viseralperhaps, the subtitles say it allStalk. Abduct. Sacrifice.
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Friday, September 5, 2014 2:04:49 PM
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RPG Review: Achtung! Cthulhu: Keeper's Guide (2014)
Capsule Review by kafka (3/4): The Gamemasters guide to the pulpish Achtung! Cthulhu setting. Dual stated for BRP and Savage Worlds. This review will focus upon the BRP part and judge it as a supplementary setting for [i]Call of Cthulhu RPG[/i] rules. It does a good job, but falls short in a number of areas.
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Tuesday, September 2, 2014 2:04:25 PM
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RPG Review: Call of Cthulhu: Ripples From Carcosa (2014)
Capsule Review by Shannon Mac (4/5): 3 Scenarios For the Price Of One
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Friday, August 29, 2014 2:00:11 PM
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RPG Review: How to Be a GURPS GM (2014)
Capsule Review by Dan D. (4/5): Warren "Mook" Wilson's first publication is a solid attempt to make GURPS more user-friendly for those who have never run the system before. It helps to make sense of all the various tools you suddenly have at your fingertips when you first get your hands on GURPS.
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Friday, August 22, 2014 3:43:45 AM
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Book/Nonfiction Review: Designers & Dragons: The '80s (2014)
Capsule Review by Antonios S (5/4): The seriously improved and expanded Designers & Dragons, a work on the history of the English-speaking role-playing games industry is on kickstarter until the 10th of September 2014. Herein I review the pdf of 'Designers & Dragons: The '80s', the finalised second volume. Buy, buy, buy!
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014 3:42:09 AM
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Card Game Review: apocalypZe Card Game (2014)
Playtest Review by Shannon Appelcline (3/1): An zombie card game that's unfortunately an amateur production with all the problems you'd expect from a take-that game designed in the '80s.
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014 3:39:38 AM
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RPG Review: 13th Age Bestiary (2014)
Playtest Review by Jonathan Hicks (4/5): Well written, well presented and well realised, the 13th Age Bestiary is an invaluable resource for any and all 13th Age GMs
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Wednesday, August 13, 2014 3:36:55 AM
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Miniature Review: Secret Weapon Washes: Soft Body Black
Playtest Review by Cedric Chin (4/5): As a tabletop painter, I find Secret Weapon wash Soft Body Black to be an inexpensive and effective, way to quickly paint miniatures. I primarily use it for pre-inking and blacklining.
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Monday, August 11, 2014 3:34:47 AM
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Book/Nonfiction Review: Designers & Dragons: The '70s (2014)
Capsule Review by Antonios S (4/4): The seriously improved and expanded Designers & Dragons, a work on the history of the English-speaking role-playing games industry is now on kickstarter until the 10th of September 2014. This review is about the pdf of 'Designers & Dragons: The '70s', the finalised first volume. The verdict? A must-have.
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Saturday, August 9, 2014 3:31:42 AM
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RPG Review: The Kobold Guide to Worldbuilding (2012)
Capsule Review by Martin Kallies (4/5): Easily the best book ever written on the subject by far.
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Saturday, August 9, 2014 3:31:42 AM
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RPG Review: XP1: The Spider-God's Bride and Other Tales of Sword & Sorcery (2008)
Capsule Review by Martin Kallies (3/2): Lot's of style, but sadly lacking in substance. The passion is clearly there, but why does it have to be so dull?
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Thursday, August 7, 2014 3:31:02 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Damage Report (2014)
Playtest Review by Shannon Appelcline (4/5): An exciting and very enjoyable real-time co-op game that's simple to play but hard to win.
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Monday, August 4, 2014 10:28:35 AM
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RPG Review: D&D Starter Set (2014)
Playtest Review by Phill Calle (3/4): A fun but flawed starter set. The rules needed a little more development, but the mini-campaign was fun, and the characters were tied into it very well.
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Saturday, August 2, 2014 10:26:32 AM
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Magazine Review: Dungeon Magazine Issue #1 (1986)
Capsule Review by Adam Perdona (2/3): A number of adventures that potential or have great ideas, but dont follow through with the exciting prospects initially addressed in their DM Notes. Assault on Eddistone Point and The Elven Home (a Side Trek) are standouts.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 10:23:56 AM
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RPG Review: Never Unprepared (2012)
Playtest Review by Lev Lafayette (4/3): Well organised and attractive book on session preparation. Useful for those who are relatively new to session preparation, less useful to others with some omissions and not a good content-to-page-count ratio.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 10:23:56 AM
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RPG Review: Odyssey : The Complete Game Master's Guide to Campaign Management (2013)
Playtest Review by Lev Lafayette (4/4): Well-structured and logical text for campaign management with good insights from project management, covering in-game and real-world situations, improvements, and concerns.
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 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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