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Mad props to Moebius Adventures!

Mad props to Moebius Adventures!Little Spaces: Spacecraftblog2.moebiusadventures.comDesigner: Brian “Fitz” Fitzpatrick Art: Public Domain (OpenClipArt.org) Page Count: 7 Release Date: September 2, 2014 Format: PDF ($1.00) Grab a Copy At: Little Spaces: Spacecraft takes the Littl...
September 1, 2014 Comments

That’s like asking me to choose my favorite child! Crazy hard. For heritage, D...

That’s like asking me to choose my favorite child! Crazy hard. For heritage, D&D Advanced. For going forward, Deniable (for fun) or Savage Worlds (for action.) At this point in time… my hacked version of Apocalypse World for running Warhammer 40K games, “Only War World.” #RPGaDay
August 30, 2014 Comments

Bunnies and Burrows, 1st Ed #RPGaDay Join the Discussion!

Bunnies and Burrows, 1st Ed #RPGaDay Join the Discussion!
August 29, 2014 Comments

In a game? I’d have to say the time our characters saved a police officer from...

In a game? I’d have to say the time our characters saved a police officer from a street full of neo-nazi rioters, only to find she was the officer which had let us off with a warning earlier in the day. A love affair began to emerge… so sweet. #RPGaDay Join the Discussion!
August 28, 2014 Comments

I ran a game of Blood of the Innocent (Savage Worlds) at a con where one of the...

I ran a game of Blood of the Innocent (Savage Worlds) at a con where one of the players walked out because they could not take the ‘communion’ scene in the church. Woops. #RPGaDay Join the Discussion!
August 27, 2014 Comments

Hi Everyone! The StoryWeaver Team will be (hopefully) making the pilgrimage to...

Hi Everyone! The StoryWeaver Team will be (hopefully) making the pilgrimage to GenCon 2015 as we no longer want to miss out on all the action. Plus, we'd love to meet you and share a drink...or four So, I'd like to enlist your help please. I'd love to know what it's like to attend and what are the ...
August 27, 2014 Comments

Dungeons and Dragons… oh… what? No, wait a second? Yes. #RPGaDay Join the Disc...

Dungeons and Dragons… oh… what? No, wait a second? Yes. #RPGaDay Join the Discussion!

Just a thought in the middle of the workweek...Happy Wednesday, Weavils!

Just a thought in the middle of the workweek...Happy Wednesday, Weavils!

Just a thought in the middle of the workweek... Happy Wednesday, Weavils! Why Are Things Creepy?

Google Docs. No. Seriously. Google docs is the bomb for creating and keeping cha...

Google Docs. No. Seriously. Google docs is the bomb for creating and keeping characters of any kind. #RPGaDay Join the Discussion!

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Our Story

G'day!  StoryWeaver creates off-the-wall role-playing games and modules for popular titles such as Savage Worlds and Rapture: The End of Days. All of our game designers and writers have been gamers for too many years now, as our long-suffering families will tell you. This means we know what makes a great game – action and adventure are not enough. You need plot quirks, and funky characters with lashings of emotional intrigue. And that’s what we deliver.


We are committed to gaming excellence.  


And we are committed to the gaming community. 


We want you to have as much fun playing games as we do.  So come on in and check out our titles and join in the fun.

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Joseph Sweeney Grandmaster 
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Laurels

  • HAEL

    "HAEL isn't just another ho-hum fantasy setting – it’s a journey into the heart of war, ambition, and drama! The Orcs won the war against the filthy humans and have mighty Empires. In the wilderness  the untamed Humans, Halflings, and Kirene endure a daily life-and-death struggle to survive. Now add invaders from the stars with exotic technologies and you've got one of most original - and politically complex - settings we've seen for a long time."

  • Rapture: The End of Days

    "I like this book. It feels very much like a theological sci-fi horror, so it achieves everything it sets out to... The system for "Extras" is one of the most interesting ways I've seen to reward players for followers while making them both incredibly useful and expendable."


  • High-Space

    “If you are looking for a game that delivers epic, galaxy-spanning space opera, with rules that keep the action coming at light-speed, then look no further. High Space blends the very best sci-fi tropes with Savage Worlds, giving you freedom to play humans, robots, aliens… even starships!  And the transonic vehicle and space battle rules are simply brilliant.”


Game Reviews

Tuesday, September 02, 2014 2:04:25 PM
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RPG Review: Call of Cthulhu: Ripples From Carcosa (2014)
Capsule Review by Shannon Mac (4/5): 3 Scenarios For the Price Of One
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Friday, August 29, 2014 2:00:11 PM
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RPG Review: How to Be a GURPS GM (2014)
Capsule Review by Dan D. (4/5): Warren "Mook" Wilson's first publication is a solid attempt to make GURPS more user-friendly for those who have never run the system before. It helps to make sense of all the various tools you suddenly have at your fingertips when you first get your hands on GURPS.
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Friday, August 22, 2014 3:43:45 AM
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Book/Nonfiction Review: Designers & Dragons: The '80s (2014)
Capsule Review by Antonios S (5/4): The seriously improved and expanded Designers & Dragons, a work on the history of the English-speaking role-playing games industry is on kickstarter until the 10th of September 2014. Herein I review the pdf of 'Designers & Dragons: The '80s', the finalised second volume. Buy, buy, buy!
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Wednesday, August 20, 2014 3:42:09 AM
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Card Game Review: apocalypZe Card Game (2014)
Playtest Review by Shannon Appelcline (3/1): An zombie card game that's unfortunately an amateur production with all the problems you'd expect from a take-that game designed in the '80s.
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Tuesday, August 19, 2014 3:39:38 AM
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RPG Review: 13th Age Bestiary (2014)
Playtest Review by Jonathan Hicks (4/5): Well written, well presented and well realised, the 13th Age Bestiary is an invaluable resource for any and all 13th Age GMs
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Wednesday, August 13, 2014 3:36:55 AM
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Miniature Review: Secret Weapon Washes: Soft Body Black
Playtest Review by Cedric Chin (4/5): As a tabletop painter, I find Secret Weapon wash Soft Body Black to be an inexpensive and effective, way to quickly paint miniatures. I primarily use it for pre-inking and blacklining.
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Monday, August 11, 2014 3:34:47 AM
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Book/Nonfiction Review: Designers & Dragons: The '70s (2014)
Capsule Review by Antonios S (4/4): The seriously improved and expanded Designers & Dragons, a work on the history of the English-speaking role-playing games industry is now on kickstarter until the 10th of September 2014. This review is about the pdf of 'Designers & Dragons: The '70s', the finalised first volume. The verdict? A must-have.
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Saturday, August 09, 2014 3:31:42 AM
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RPG Review: The Kobold Guide to Worldbuilding (2012)
Capsule Review by Martin Kallies (4/5): Easily the best book ever written on the subject by far.
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Saturday, August 09, 2014 3:31:42 AM
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RPG Review: XP1: The Spider-God's Bride and Other Tales of Sword & Sorcery (2008)
Capsule Review by Martin Kallies (3/2): Lot's of style, but sadly lacking in substance. The passion is clearly there, but why does it have to be so dull?
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Thursday, August 07, 2014 3:31:02 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Damage Report (2014)
Playtest Review by Shannon Appelcline (4/5): An exciting and very enjoyable real-time co-op game that's simple to play but hard to win.
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Monday, August 04, 2014 10:28:35 AM
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RPG Review: D&D Starter Set (2014)
Playtest Review by Phill Calle (3/4): A fun but flawed starter set. The rules needed a little more development, but the mini-campaign was fun, and the characters were tied into it very well.
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Saturday, August 02, 2014 10:26:32 AM
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Magazine Review: Dungeon Magazine Issue #1 (1986)
Capsule Review by Adam Perdona (2/3): A number of adventures that potential or have great ideas, but dont follow through with the exciting prospects initially addressed in their DM Notes. Assault on Eddistone Point and The Elven Home (a Side Trek) are standouts.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 10:23:56 AM
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RPG Review: Never Unprepared (2012)
Playtest Review by Lev Lafayette (4/3): Well organised and attractive book on session preparation. Useful for those who are relatively new to session preparation, less useful to others with some omissions and not a good content-to-page-count ratio.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 10:23:56 AM
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RPG Review: Odyssey : The Complete Game Master's Guide to Campaign Management (2013)
Playtest Review by Lev Lafayette (4/4): Well-structured and logical text for campaign management with good insights from project management, covering in-game and real-world situations, improvements, and concerns.
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Friday, July 25, 2014 10:18:18 AM
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RPG Review: Fear the Living (Beta version)
Capsule Review by Bill Edmunds (3/4): A clean, imaginative, and improvisational zombie RPG that captures any variant of the genre with style. Currently being funded via Kickstarter.
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Friday, July 25, 2014 10:18:18 AM
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Book/Fiction Review: Dead Man's Hand: An Anthology of the Weird West (2014)
Capsule Review by Jonathan Hicks (4/4): Its a cracking book and I imagine its an anthology that Ill come back to more than once.
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Friday, July 25, 2014 10:18:18 AM
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Card Game Review: Jane Austen's Matchmaker (2014)
Playtest Review by Andrew Peregrine (4/5): This masterful game is simple enough for casual gamers to enjoy and tactical enough for hard core gamers to get into as well. It will appeal to Jane Austen fans as much as gamers, but you need not know the books to enjoy it. It is rare to find a game that ticks every box as well as this one.
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Friday, July 25, 2014 10:18:18 AM
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RPG Review: Blade of the Iron Throne (2013)
Playtest Review by Kevin H. (3/5): A gritty Swords & Sorcery game that sets a high standard.
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Thursday, July 24, 2014 10:16:39 AM
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RPG Review: Inverse World Accelerated (2014)
Capsule Review by Jussi Marttila (5/4): Jacob Randolph's, Paul Matijevic's and Brandon Schmelz's Excellent Adventure. Inverse World Accelerated is a game setting unlike any other and has an excellent presentation of Fate rules.
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Wednesday, July 09, 2014 10:01:07 AM
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Board/Tactical Game Review: Hot Tin Roof (2014)
Playtest Review by Shannon Appelcline (3/3): A light Colovini game that's enjoyable for casual or family play.
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Tuesday, July 08, 2014 10:00:28 AM
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RPG Review: D&D Basic Rules (2014)
Capsule Review by Mike Thorn (4/4): A free version of the new edition of D&D that aims to be simple and quick to play. Some neat mechanical touches serve to support a "theatre-of-the-mind" approach to roleplaying.
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Friday, July 04, 2014 9:57:02 AM
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RPG Review: Dungeons & Dragons Starter Set (5th Ed.) (2014)
Capsule Review by DDogwood (4/5): A very well-done starter set - not as flashy as some, but solid, cost-effective and accessible for new players.
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Wednesday, July 02, 2014 9:55:26 AM
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Comic Review: Death Sentence
Playtest Review by Lisa Hicks (5/5): I thought that at 36 I was never able to blush again. This book made this happen.
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Friday, June 27, 2014 9:51:46 AM
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RPG Review: Trollbabe (2008)
Playtest Review by R. Bailey (5/5): Trollbabe is a simple game mixing underground comix and barbarian fantasy, and one of my very favorites.
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014 9:50:37 AM
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RPG Review: A Druid's Lament (2014)
Capsule Review by pookie (3/3): A decently done, if straightforward, wilderness and dungeon fantasy adventure
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014 9:50:37 AM
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RPG Review: Cosmic Patrol Quick-Start Rules: The Continuance Contingency (2014)
Capsule Review by pookie (3/3): Solid introduction to riles-light Science Fiction adventure in a different age.
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014 9:50:37 AM
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RPG Review: Goodman Games Free RPG Day '14 (2014)
Capsule Review by pookie (3/4): A good showcase for both Dungeon Crawl Classics Roleplaying Game and Maximum Xcrawl.
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014 9:50:37 AM
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RPG Review: Make Your Own Luck (2014)
Capsule Review by pookie (3/4): Entertaining scenario which shows you how 13th Age works and gets the players involved. All in readiness for the forthcoming Eyes of the Stone Thief campaign.
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014 9:50:37 AM
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RPG Review: Risen from the Sands (2014)
Capsule Review by pookie (4/3): Serviceable fantasy adventure with an Egyptian theme
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Tuesday, June 24, 2014 9:50:37 AM
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RPG Review: The Godsfall (2014)
Capsule Review by pookie (2/2): As an introduction to a new RPG, The Godsfall fails to deliver on the intriguing promises made by the publishers about their game.
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All of us have succumbed to the temptation of checking our Facebook news feed at work. Some of us are even guilty of keeping a tab exclusively open for it. We keep tabs on it all the time! So if you have any questions regarding mapping, game tools, upcoming Con events etc., check our Facebook posts or drop us a line! 
 
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 Twitter is the world of witty one liners – since it can only fit 160 characters. It’s ADHD at its finest! Perfect for gamers. It’s great for constantly reminding you that we’re busy weaving up some great products.




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