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    Your Favorite Savage World Setting

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    What is your favorite setting? published, unpublished whatever
    So far I think mine is Hellfrost.
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    A home brew Star Wars setting created by my GM and fellow player, both huge SW fans.

    My favorite published is a tie between Solomon Kane and Pirates of the Spanish Main.
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    I have to list two... Slipstream and Necropolis. That said, I'm really looking forward to Space 1889 for it.
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    I've only ever played homebrews, but in terms of what I would like to play, my favorites are: Savage World of Solomon Kane and Deadlands: Reloaded.

    There are two licensed supplements coming out that also have me chomping at the bit. The first is Realms of Cthulhu which I've giggle-gibbered about elsewhere on these boards, and the second is Spirits of '86, which I'm convinced will turn out to be THE Revolution-era rpg setting, as it is being written by the same gent who brought us D:R's 'The Flood' plot point book, Matthew Cutter. Both promise much awsomeness.
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