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Coffin Rock by Sean Michael Fish
Daring Tales of Adventure Compendium 1 by Paul Wade-Williams
Daring Tales of Adventure Compendium 2: Savage Worlds by Paul Wade Williams
Daring Tales of Adventure Compendium 3 by Paul Wade-Williams
Daring Tales of Adventure: Compendium 4 (Daring Tales of Adventure Compendium) by Paul Wade-Williams
The Day After Ragnarok (Hero System) by Kenneth Hite
Dogs of Hades by Magnus Nyggard
The Flood by Matthew Cutter
Freeport Companion: Savage Worlds Edition by Paul "Wiggy" Wade-Williams
Hellfrost Player's Guide by Paul Wade-Williams
Hellfrost: Bestiary by Paul Wade-Williams
Hellfrost: Gazetteer by Paul Wade-Williams
Horror bestiary toolkit by Paul Wade-Williams
Horror GM's toolkit by Paul Wade-Williams
Last Rites of the Black Guard by Ed Wetterman
Low Life by Andy Hopp
Mars : a savage setting of planetary romance by Lizard
Necessary Evil by Clint Black; Scott Pyle
Necessary Evil: Explorer's Edition by Pinnacle Entertainment
Necropolis by Paul "Wiggy" Wade-Williams
Necropolis 2350 by Triple Ace Games
Noir Knights by Stuart Gorman
Ravaged Earth by Eric Avedissian
Realms Of Cthulhu by Sean Preston
Rippers the Horror Wars, Miniatures Game by Chris Dolunt
RunePunk by Sean Preston
Savage Suzerain by Zach Welhouse
The Savage World of Solomon Kane by Pinnacle Entertainment
Savage Worlds : Showdown by Shane Lacy Hensley
Savage Worlds: Action Deck by Pinnacle Entertainment Group
Shaintar: Immortal Legends by Sean Patrick Fannon
Skinwalker by Jerry Blakemore
Thrilling tales by Gareth-Michael Skarka
Travelers' Tales by Paul "Wiggy" Wade-Williams
Winterweir by Charles Phipps
Savage Worlds by Shane Lacy Hensley10000
Evernight by Shane Lacy Hensley10001
50 Fathoms by Shane Lacy Hensley10004
Rippers by Simon Lucas & Christopher Dolunt10005
Slipstream by Paul "Wiggy" Wade-Williams10008
Sundered Skies by Dave Blewer10009
Savage Worlds Explorers Edition by Staff10010
Space 1889: Red Sands (Savage Worlds, S2P10012) by Pinnacle Entertainment10012
Savage Worlds Deluxe (S2P10014) by Shane Hensley10014
Savage Worlds - Edição Brasileira by Shane Lacy Hensley10014 - Brazilian Portuguese translation
Science fiction gear toolkit by Paul "Wiggy" Wade-Williams10035
Science fiction world builder toolkit by Paul Wade-Williams10036
Tour of Darkness by Teller10101
Deadlands Reloaded by Shane Lacy Hensley & BD Flory10200
Pirates of the Spanish Main by Paul "Wiggy" Wade-Williams10300
Fantasy Companion by Paul Wade-Williams10500
Super Powers Companion (Savage Worlds, S2P10501) by Pinnacle Entertainment10501
Weird War II by Pinnacle Entertainment10600

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