Ultima Forsan – a free sample

At the end of the Middle Ages, the Plague of the Dead has spread through Europe, Africa and Asia giving rise to the darkest time in history. Now, in the year 1514, heroes from the New Kingdoms are ready to fight to reconquer the World. Ultima Forsan is a game of wild adventures and deadly dangers, set in a macabre alternate version of our Renaissance.
Death is lurking, and each hour could be the last.
But you won’t give up.

I’m quite happy to post a heads-up for Savage Worlds players out there – a free teaser-sample of Ultima Forsan, the Savage Setting of Survival and the Undead in Renaissance Europe (and parts East), is available through DriveThruRPG… and it’s free.


The actual setting handbook, featuring a wealth of informations about Renaissance retro-tech and invention, politics and intrigue, and the macabre world of the shambling deceased, was written by my good friends Mauro Longo and Giuseppe Rotondo, and is currently being translated for the English-language market.
While you wait, check out the teaser.
This is not your father’s zombie apocalypse.

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  1. Thanks for talking about Ultima Forsan. Inside this free sample you will find:

    – An introduction to the Macabre Renaissance
    – The setting rules to play the horrid Plague of the Dead
    – Death and the Machine: a complete adventure!
    – Four pregenerated Heroes, with sample new gear and new Edges
    – A selection of new creatures
    – A selection of inventions & technological marvels
    – Ultima Forsan unique character sheet

    We hope people will try it and be interested in the whole handbook.

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