The adventurers explore an ancient tomb to break a curse destroying Pine Bend village. Beneath the earth, the party dis- covers the sleeping god Palu, now long forgotten. After braving the god’s ritual underworld, the adventurers must make a choice that impacts their world forever.
The adventurers are hired by Lord Brendat Aradu to rescue his fiancé from a band of goblins who are holding him for ransom. What the goblins want is the enchanted sword Goblingrief so that they can destroy it. Lord Aradu claims the sword is in the catacombs, and if the party wants it, they’ll have to go get it.
A group of three teenagers disappeared recently. They all recently came of age, and the town guards merely assume they ran off to seek fame and fortune. The parents of the missing children are skeptical, and fear something more sinister has happened.
Additionally, the deacon of an old, burned out temple devoted to magic and portents is hiding a secret. Even though the temple is assumed to be defunct, an evil priest named Shukan is operating out of a secret chamber located in the temple’s basement. Shukan has connected a magical portal to the temple’s baptismal pool, turning the font into a gateway to hell and terror.
When the mercenaries arrive in Neo-Tokyo 2100, they are greeted by a country determined to cling to tradition and ignore the growing urban blight. Shadowy work is available everywhere in Japan’s sprawling metropolis. The team can interact with a wide range of fixers and connections, ranging from the Triad’s Three Toes Chao and the retired Yakuza boss, Matsuo “Boss” Shige, to Genji Corporation’s co-CEOs, the mysterious brothers Yoritomo and Yoshitsune Genji.
Neo-Tokyo is a fast-hitting Savage Worlds adventure book including:
Over six major connections, each with their own subplots and story arcs
A major adventure storyline with three acts and an explosive finale
Nearly twenty distinct locations, each with plot hooks and story elements
Twelve side quests ranging from drunk sumo wrestlers to murderous cyber-psychos
Full color art by Dean Spencer, Lorenzo Tombesi, Radi Evaristus, and more
Details on Genji Corporation’s experimental cloning technology
This is our first venture into publishing cyberpunk adventures using Pinnacle’s Savage Worlds, which offers the perfect blend of streamlined gameplay and design flexibility. Most of our prior work has been in Pathfinder and Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition, but we’re familiar with Savage Worlds. We’ve designed Neo-Tokyo 2100 to be playable using only the Core rules book, available here: https://peginc.com/store/savage-worlds-adventure-edition-core-rules-pdf-swade/
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