Welcome to Mars!
Not Mars as it is – airless, most likely lifeless, with only the faintest hints of what might have once been a damp, if not necessarily lush and living, world billions of years in the past. No, this is Mars as it should be and as it was once imagined to be – an ancient, dying, but not yet dead world, a world where a vast canal network reaches from pole to pole, bringing water and life to vast and fantastic cities. A Mars where albino apes run a vast empire in the last surviving jungle, a world where warrior tribes of Green Martians raid the outlying cities of the canal dwellers, a world where, in places dark and quiet and forgotten beneath the surface, ancient and terrible intellects plan dark and dire deeds.
It is a Mars of sky-corsairs, of duels with blade and blaster, of vile plots, fantastic inventions, daring rescues, arena battles, and spectacular stunts. It is a Mars where ancient cities can be discovered and their lost treasures plundered, a Mars where a trek across the dry sea bottoms can yield amazing discoveries, where terrible monsters roam the rocky wastes.
It is the Mars of pulp fiction and Saturday morning serials.
It is now yours.
The Sword-and-Planet genre comes to Savage Worlds! Adamant Entertainment’s setting of action, intrigue and adventure beneath the Moons of Mars — previously only available for d20 – is now available in a brand-new edition for Savage Worlds.
Unlike most of the Savage Worlds products, I must point out that this one is for mature audiences only. There is a good bit of art that features less-than-clad women, which fits the style they were going for but still bears warning for those with children in the house. You know, like me. :)