Eberron for Savage Worlds

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This document has been updated for Savage Worlds Adventure Edition and replaces the previous document which was not in compliance with the Fan Content Policy. It also is still a living document.

Be sure to download a copy of the character sheet designed by Karl Keesler, now also available in a form-fillable version thanks to Charlotte Irrgang.
As an aside, I have removed all images and posts on this blog related to "Savage Eberron." This site redirects the "Savage Eberron" label URL as well as several posts to this post.

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  1. Great job, Kristian. I look forward into digging into this more!

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    1. Thanks, Jeffrey! I'd love to know what you think of it after you've had that chance.

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  2. Hey Kristian, I'm loving the new updated version of the Conversion, but I had a question. In the previous version, there was this list with all kinds of character concepts and the edges you needed to take to make them work. Are you going to update them as well?

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    1. Hi, Unknown. You're referring to the Character Concepts section of the document. I took that out because it felt overwhelming to recreate that list for every possible concept that could be expressed in an Eberron story. Now that the dust has settled a bit with revisions to the SWAdE PDF, I'd like to try to rebuild it again, but it might take some time.

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  3. Hey, Kristian - this is PHENOMENAL work. I have adored Eberron since it first came out, but I've always felt it would run better in Savage Worlds. I'm looking to start a King's Dark Lanterns game with my PCs as super-spies of Breland adapting Agents of Oblivion's Mission Generator to send them across Eberron on a new mission every week - with your hard work I can make it happen. Thanks so much. And Manifest Zone rules!

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    1. Thanks for the praise! I'm always happy to hear that people enjoy and appreciate this project. Your campaign sounds like an really fun concept with a great use of AoO. If you have a blog or something, I'd love to read what features of AoO you use.

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